Curtailing public services – a precursor to war

Remember what I said here or here or in many other essays on my blog? Now then, here is proof. We’ll start by curtailing public services and as the deflationary dynamic takes hold, we’ll discontinue some then some more, then most. This is not going to be a choice. At some point in this time line, sufficient numbers of citizens will be out of work, living in the street and possibly totally disenfranchised to guarantee civil unrest leading to revolution.

Our “leaders” know this of course. This is why they are hard at work constructing some half assed bogey man who’ll be purported to have global ambitions deleterious to your “way of life” such as it is. As if we don’t have global ambitions.

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