Last updated on June 20th, 2023 at 09:57 am_χρόνος διαβασματός : [ 5 ] minutes
Stay down crying on Social Media selling out your privacy and personal details being a fascist, a no vax, and supporting the Soviet Anti Fascists….^^
Population collapse due to low birth rates is a much bigger risk to civilization than global warming
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) August 26, 2022
Overpopulation is a myth. Infertility is the biggest problem of our time and the fact that the WHO calls it a ‘disease’ – as if it’s a natural disaster – tells you all you need to know: They want to sell us meds that fight the symptoms, so we don’t find out about the root causes. https://t.co/xncZNUbZF4
— Eva Vlaardingerbroek (@EvaVlaar) April 5, 2023
Well, out of western world they don’t think so. Indian, Brazilian and African population grow.
Not bothering with data from China because the Chinese government recently announced that it will allow couples to have up to three children in order to address the issue of an aging population.
— アルテミシア🇵🇸🇷🇺Artemisia papatyagiller Asteraceae (@NMyqwnHlC8vioIJ) April 6, 2023
Meanwhile in Europe?
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) April 6, 2023
Во Франции французы объявили о начале Революции. pic.twitter.com/8TG77neTZj
— Irina (@notfarmerwife) April 5, 2023
In Europe, there appears to be a pervasive fascist sentiment that is evidenced by certain laws, as well as the well-known phrase by the Mafia, “You don’t know who I am…“, which seems to hold power and influence in countries like Italy and France.
A woman in northern France is to be put on trial on charges of insulting President Emmanuel Macron after describing him as ‘filth’ in a Facebook post, a prosecutor said on Wednesday. The woman risks a fine of 12,000 euros but not prison if convicted at the trial due to be held in June.
She was arrested on Friday and held in custody for questioning after the state’s local administrative office filed a complaint over her Facebook post, the prosecutor in the northern town of Saint Omer, Mehdi Benbouzid, told AFP.
The complaint focused on a post on her Facebook page made on March 21, the day before Macron gave a lunchtime interview to TF1 television to defend his controversial pension reforms that have sparked nationwide protests.
“This piece of filth is going to address you at 1:00 pm… it’s always on television that we see this filth,” she wrote.
The woman, in her 50s, had been a supporter of the 2018-2019 “Yellow Vest” protests that shook Macron during his first mandate.
She stands accused of “insulting the president of the republic” and will stand trial on June 20 in Saint Omer, the prosecutor said.
“They want to make an example of me,” the woman told La Voix du Nord regional newspaper which first reported the accusations.
The woman, named by the paper as Valerie, said she was astonished when she answered the knock on the door on Friday morning to find police had come to arrest her.
“I asked them if it was a joke, I had never been arrested,” she said. “I am not public enemy number one.”
Just like the controversial “Ius Prime Noctis” law in the medieval era, the “lèse-majesté” law, derived from the Latin “laesa maiestas”, remained in effect and was used to prohibit insulting or offending the dignity of the reigning monarch in various European countries during the same time period. Although the specific laws and their enforcement varied by region, the concept of lese-majesty persisted throughout the medieval period and beyond, and, as told previously, we can tell that our Middle-Age Epoch never ended yet.
I want to know if there are real differences in the way dissidents are treated between countries such as France, Italy, Germany, Spain, with North Korea
or with Kingdom of Saudi Arabia….
or if they all engage in the same heinous treatment? (Asking this question but not being fully aware of why this platform was banned from Google search results).
Meanwhile on financial market something is on the move when the Anti-Cryptocurrency Sithlord does own move…
In a recent opinion piece for Project Syndicate, renowned economist Nouriel Roubini, who is often referred to as “Doctor Doom” for his grim predictions, has warned that most US banks are “technically near insolvency,” with hundreds already “fully insolvent.” He argues that the COVID-19 pandemic has only exacerbated the pre-existing underlying issues in the US banking system, and that a financial crisis may be brewing.
Renowned economist Nouriel Roubini, who predicted the global financial crisis of 2008, has issued a grim assessment of US banking sector’s status.
In an opinion piece for Project Syndicate, Roubini, dubbed ‘Doctor Doom’ by Wall Street for his tendency toward bleak predictions, claimed that most US banks are “technically near insolvency,” with hundreds already “fully insolvent.”
The comments came weeks after the US banking sector was hit by a wave of failures after the collapses of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank. The turmoil spread to Europe, engulfing Switzerland’s second-largest lender Credit Suisse, which was forced to merge with rival investment bank UBS.
According to the analyst, the pandemic-related economic decline aggravated the underlying vulnerabilities in the country’s financial system, leaving many financial institutions in shaky positions.
He stressed that the current situation was induced by such factors as the high level of debt held by businesses and households, as well as the overvaluation of assets such as stocks and real estate.
Roubini added that hawkish policies pursued by the US Federal Reserve inevitably increased pressure on lenders’ profitability by squeezing the difference between the interest they reap on loans and the interest they shell out on deposits.
The economist highlighted that the risks run by the lenders in an attempt to generate more profits amid constant rate-hiking made them more vulnerable to potential losses.
Over the past year, the Fed has raised its benchmark interest rate to a range of 4.75% to 5%, the highest since 2006, from near-zero, raising the risk of asset depreciation on the balance sheets of many financial institutions.
If that would be true then there is not tomorrow for western worlds, there is no tomorrow.
The warning from Roubini, who famously predicted the 2008 financial crisis, is significant and should not be taken lightly. The potential of a financial crisis poses serious implications not just for the US, but for the global economy as a whole.
If Roubini’s predictions prove accurate, we could see a number of US banks collapse or require bailouts, similar to what we saw during the last financial crisis. This could lead to a domino effect throughout the financial system, causing a recession or even a depression.
The yuan has surpassed the dollar to become the most traded foreign currency in Russia pic.twitter.com/LVn7lUPYl5
— Russian Embassy in Kenya/Посольство России в Кении (@russembkenya) April 6, 2023
It is important to note that Roubini’s predictions are just that – predictions. However, given his track record and his reputation as a prominent economist, his warning should not be ignored.
It is important for individuals and organizations to be aware of the potential risks and take appropriate measures to prepare for a potential financial crisis: like to invest immediately in cryptocurrencies.
One potential way to prepare could be to diversify investments across different asset classes or implement risk management strategies, such as purchasing credit default swaps.
It is also important for policymakers to be aware of the potential risks and take steps to mitigate them, such as implementing regulations to prevent excessive risk-taking by financial institutions: it would be like pulling a rope around the throat, tying a char and unleashing the horses.
The BRICS alliance is a significant development in the global economy, with Asia, Africa, and South America expected to experience enhanced economic growth and strengthened market structures. However, it remains uncertain whether Europe and the United States will be as well-positioned to benefit from these shifts, and there is a risk that they could experience economic desperate challenges in the future. As such, it is important for all countries to monitor developments closely and take necessary steps to adapt to changing market conditions, as countries that have been previously treated as colonies or enemies begin to gain recognition and acceptance on equal footing with Russia, they may be less inclined to align themselves with their former oppressors. This will certainly result in significant shifts in global power structures and diplomatic alliances that are already in progress and going to put in knees the western markets.
JUST IN – U.S. Treasury Department says that DeFi and decentralized crypto markets threaten national security — WaPo
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) April 6, 2023
At the same time, it’s important to recognize that national interests are complex and multifaceted, and that changes in diplomatic relationships can often unfold slowly and unpredictably over time, and deliberately misleading or lying to citizens about the actual conditions in their country is creating a dangerous environment that is leading to violent uprisings and chaos, as people may feel justified in overthrowing the government in such situations.
Governments and Western Establishment Media are not transparent and honest with their citizens about the state of the countries, even if it means admitting to their own shortcomings and failures.
Failure to do so risks undermining the stability and integrity of the governing system, and will result in the final bloody fall of Capitalism now that Fascism is rising and firing up again the stupid masses.
“Do Not Question The Nature of One’s Own Reality It’s A Sin Against God”
If you are interested in any of the issues raised in this article, please call the Samaritans for free on +44 116123 or visit their division at: https://www.samaritans.org
If you liked the post and want contribute to its cause leave us a contribution, anonymity guaranteed thanks to Monero :