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posted ago by Brent75 ago by Brent75 +390 / -0

Well Glenn Beck puts out a great warning video in the Rumble link below, on Japan’s impending economic collapse. 7 Trillion in the hole and no one came bail them out. US Military tied into theirs, and US and Japan have been shell gaming their bonds together for decades. But now that US DemoLibs are shelling out billions to launder in Ukraine, we have no ability further to shell game Japan’s bonds. Economic Default is coming by Sept. or sooner period, which will in-turn cascade our bond market.

Red October might also be stocks and bonds deeper in red, besides a conservative midterm sweep. Sorry for the Yahoo link, but their business finance has a great article on Not Intervening On The Yen, to back up Glenn’s info. Not good Anons, not good at all.

https://rumble.com/v12tw0k-how-japans-possible-financial-collapse-could-affect-us.html

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/japan-seen-unlikely-intervene-yen-210000303.html

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MatildaJ 59 points ago +60 / -1

Not just Japan, but the WHOLE WORLD. We are heading into a Great Depression that will make that one look benign.

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MathletesFoot 32 points ago +33 / -1

We've been in a depression since 2008, and a recession since the dotcom crash.

Also, they've been predicting the fall of Asia, particularly China, since 1980.

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cathole953 30 points ago +30 / -0

To be fair, China SHOULD HAVE fallen a long freaking time ago. If it wasn't for all the cabal dark money propping up the entire country's economy, China would've fallen back to third world status A LONG time ago.

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VetforTrump 15 points ago +15 / -0

China made their trillions when Clinton and Obama gave them all our factories and tech.

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cathole953 9 points ago +9 / -0

That's only part of it. The Chinese economy is basically the worlds largest and greatest ponzi scheme. Every single number you find in relation to the Chinese economy is inflated and fluffed up. Their GDP is in reality about a third or quarter of what it officially is, and their debt is roughly 10 times the official number when you account for black book debt and local debt that isn't reported nationally.

There's a reason that no one except hedge funds, banks, endowments, and family offices invest in the chinese stock market. Their entire economy is worthless and only being propped up by a steady stream of cabal investments. Take that away, and china devolves back into a third world country on par with most of Africa.

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VetforTrump 1 point ago +1 / -0

You would love the read called "China the rising power" good post

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BadDood 9 points ago +9 / -0

How can one guide their 401Ks into the safest harbor to weather this storm?

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SpoonySmalls 20 points ago +20 / -0

.556 and 9mm are great investments. Much more of a fair trade in a barter economy too.

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pearlrevolver 12 points ago +12 / -0

Cigarettes and booze too!

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Altrightythen 9 points ago +9 / -0

Who runs Barter Town?

Master Blaster!

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Kampfer 2 points ago +2 / -0

Two men go in; One man comes out.

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PelosiStock 4 points ago +4 / -0

and sticky icky. and skills. and 1st aid. and shoes. socks. soaps.. all of it. stock up pedes!

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momster2 4 points ago +4 / -0

Every day items people depend on would fair well for trade. Not just food too. Medical supplies, alcohol, cigarettes, feminine supplies, toiletries, socks, shoes, ammo, heirloom seeds, blankets, the list goes on and on.

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kekistani_prince 10 points ago +10 / -0

Purchase physical metals and precious gems and store cryptocurrency in a private wallet.

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BadDood 13 points ago +13 / -0

So, we're at a 'Dig a hole 10 paces from the lone tree in the cemetery' time?

Better start prepping...

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Tynyyn 6 points ago +6 / -0

How are you going to trade a bar of gold for a pack of beans? Uneven trade. Even if you get gold coins the exchange rate wouldn't be "fair". Unless you break the gold coins into pieces.

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BigMikesSaggyBaggins 10 points ago +10 / -0

I LOL every time I see someone who thinks we are going straight doomsday, where we will be using the bartering system as the only form of payment. It'll get really rough, but not to your level of thinking.

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Everydaypast 5 points ago +5 / -0

And if it does get that bad then most of humanity, including both preppers and the cabal, is fucked anyways.

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KickingPugilist 9 points ago +9 / -0

Silver for small purchases, gold for big purchases like it always has been

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GodWins_76 6 points ago +6 / -0

That's why you buy gold in 1/10 Oz or 1, 5, or 10 gram weights. Silver will also be good for smaller purchases and you can get silver in 1/2 Oz and 1 Oz increments. When everything goes though we will be on a pure survival barter system. The gold and silver are for once things stabilize.

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CokeOrPepe 4 points ago +4 / -0

Get junk silver.

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kekistani_prince 2 points ago +3 / -1

Why would you only buy bars of gold?

Copper, nickle are good metals. Doesn't have to be bars, coins are fine.

Gold bars are in asset that you store for large purchases or to compress your money supply into a smaller space.

You still need smaller units of currency to live your day today life. Or if the internet still exists that's actually the perfect thing to use cryptocurrency for.

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BigDaddy1reboot 7 points ago +7 / -0

During the Great Depression, the government confiscated gold. What makes anyone thing they won't do it again?

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GodWins_76 4 points ago +4 / -0

Copper is excellent to stack. Copper is often under rated but needed for many industrial applications.

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MakeAmericaWinAgain 6 points ago +6 / -0

Cash out and buy valuables.

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RoosterHeadBad 2 points ago +2 / -0

Sell all your bond and equity funds and place it in your 401k’s “money market” fund. You will preserve your equity while gaining a very small interest rate. When the market crashes and you think it is at the bottom, them reverse this process.

Any disposable income you have left over, invest in survival supplies (guns, ammo, bulk foods, water purification and heat sources.)

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O9re 2 points ago +2 / -0

Withdraw them for cash and purchase pm's

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Infidel440 4 points ago +4 / -0

So you don’t think Walmart alone has been holding them up?😂

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VetforTrump 3 points ago +3 / -0

This

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Brent75 [S] 9 points ago +10 / -1

Yep, agreed. It’s not going to be fun at all.

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BurtMcGirt 7 points ago +7 / -0

In this depression, most people won't have productive skills or knowledge, unlike the last one.

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Knight-errant 4 points ago +4 / -0

Gregory Mannarino has been saying that the crash will start in the debt markets.

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MudDog 2 points ago +3 / -1

Great Reset

FTFY

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JulesW 20 points ago +20 / -0

Isn’t it strange that all countries are allegedly in debt? The most powerful and technologically advanced countries in the world are all on the verge of financial collapse?

We all should fucking know better. Who is owed this mythical debt? The cabal has worked to steal wealth from every country for many years. Our own elected leaders have been the beneficiaries for decades. It’s time for this rigged shit to end.

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Bandanna1 10 points ago +10 / -0

This one time where Marx was almost right.

The debt comes from productivity that has not been realized yet because we've printed money that used to represent time×productivity that means we've created that time and productivity out of nothing. Literally antimatter money and for every dollar that was printed this way it nullifies one or more dollars that original represented productivity. Then we went a step further and people began lending these antimatter dollars and also charging interest on them.

It's a fucking time and productivity black hole. A huge ponzi scheme where the productive worker composes the bottom of the pyramid. Eventually he will not be able to be compensated for his productivity with a meaningful resource.

And the entire globe does this. Great reset coming whether globohomos do it on purpose or not at this point.

Orrrrrrr the productive class collectively demands more resources for their productivity from those that trade them resources for it. At best this breaks the pyramid in the middle and not at the bottom. Bread costs $100 but you make $1200 an hour so a loaf of bread is still worth 1/12th your productive hour just with bigger numbers.

Regardless, either you or your employers are going to get the shaft. The other option is you keep everything the same and it suffer until it takes 8 hours of productivity to purchase one loaf of bread.... someone will have to demand more resources from someone else at somepoint.

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DextertheCat 10 points ago +10 / -0

It is far worse than most people realize. Fractional reserve banking is out of control. It devalues every dollar created by a factor of ten. Dollars are literally created out of nothing.

https://www.investopedia.com/articles/investing/081415/understanding-how-federal-reserve-creates-money.asp

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Mar-0 1 point ago +1 / -0

More people need to see that documentary The Money Masters by Bill Still.

https://odysee.com/@KnowledgeBase:e/Bill-Still-The-Money-Masters-Full-Documentary-1996:7

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DextertheCat 1 point ago +1 / -0

I haven't seen it yet. I will watch it later today after work. Thanks.

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maganz 2 points ago +2 / -0

The Rothschild's Khazarian Mafia.

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Responsible1 18 points ago +18 / -0

And the ruble will be the only currency worth anything

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Brent75 [S] 12 points ago +13 / -1

Yes, back by gold. It’s too bad we must nose dive before we as a National can pull up to figure this out all together. Man I hope they actually execute these Cabal turds this time around, and don’t try to hide them again in quiet government offices and schools in some other country.

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angrysnowpede 6 points ago +6 / -0

If I had the means, I'd be purchasing Russian citizenship and property ASAP.

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Infidel440 1 point ago +1 / -0

I’m sticking to the hope that it’s true that Trump has acquired $35 trillion in gold for our new economy. Fingers crossed.

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MudPuddlePie 17 points ago +19 / -2

About 10 years ago, I read a post (Christian site) by a woman who said her (4 or 5 year old) daughter woke up one morning, bounced out of her room and said she (4 or 5 yr old) had a dream that a world economic collapse happened and started in Japan.

Mom was like…What!?!! Where did she get that? Mom said that they didn’t do tv or discuss world affairs in front of the daughter. How does a child that age even know what an economic collapse is?

Interesting…

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Mr_A 16 points ago +16 / -0

That's eye-opening. My son, now 23, has been telling his family that money was "going to change" ever since he was 10. When asked what he meant he would say "I don't know! It's just going to be different, that's all." He's kind of autistic and doesn't do long conversations well. He also told us that it would all start in 2020. When 2020 started, he said that he wasn't talking about the virus, that it was bigger than that.

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AtomicBlonde 8 points ago +8 / -0

Wow! That’s truly interesting. I would like to hear more about what he has to say.

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Mr_A 6 points ago +6 / -0

Well, he makes fun of his older brothers working for money. At the same time, he regularly got $40 tips for tying Christmas trees on cars, earning triple whatever his official pay was. And then he gives it away. He's definitely psychic, but only specific on things when he's distracted. It's reassuring and frustrating in equal parts. He once predicted the exact date of a family member's death 3 months before it happened, although he didn't say who it was, kind of a future proves past type of thing. And he's predicting bad things for China. But no specifics, so it's hard to talk about it. He's kind of mercurial.

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MudPuddlePie 6 points ago +6 / -0

Wow….very interesting.

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P900 3 points ago +3 / -0

As a small child (about four or five) I saw end time things that had no possible source from my environment. I really freaked my mom out sometimes.

Back in 2005 as an adult I dreamed a dream about how the NWO people would lay claims to all lands worldwide in the name of ecology.

I can still see these things in my head as if it was yesterday.

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MudPuddlePie 2 points ago +2 / -0

Would be very interested to hear more…

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ATLAS_ONE 16 points ago +16 / -0

Well, the alternative is more of what we have now, so this sounds good to me.

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MatildaJ 15 points ago +17 / -2

We’re in a Sunday School picnic atm fren. Wait until you cannot find food for your children. In the first year when things turned bad in Venezuela, the average person lost 27lb. They ATE the animals in the zoo.

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BetterNameUnfound 9 points ago +9 / -0

"You and your families are safe."

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ProverbialTruth 9 points ago +9 / -0

America's ultimate defense against famine: obesity

Awww yea

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catbertz 1 point ago +1 / -0

God works in mysterious ways. Maybe he used cheeseburgers to help us survive. 😋

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Knight-errant 7 points ago +7 / -0

Unless you've hedged like a smart person.

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cathole953 9 points ago +10 / -1

Japan's economy has been on the brink of collapse for decades. And I'm not saying this won't happen, but Japan's economy as a whole isn't exactly the most Healthy. Certain areas (Like Tokyo) are rather prosperous, but the nation as a whole is what you'd call a zombie economy.

Basically, it means that they don't have enough actual capital or growth to support their debt. Between tax capital and natural growth, they just have the bare minimum needed to service their debt. Meaning that the slightest nudge will cause it all to collapse. That's one of the main factors behind Japan never really having a hardcore lockdown like other nations.

And before anyone asks or says something, the reason nations like the USA or Germany aren't considered Zombie Economies is because they actually have enough actual economic growth to support themselves, at least in the short term.

So with all that in mind, yeah, Japan's probably screwed in the short term. Hopefully everyone (Japan included) will recover post cabal into an infinitely more prosperous economic system.

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AdAstra_PerAspera 6 points ago +6 / -0

Japan didnt lock down their country too badly to themselves but they sure have been blocking ~180 countries from being allowed to go there for a few years now.

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MathletesFoot 8 points ago +8 / -0

Can you blame them?

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stevethefish76 8 points ago +8 / -0

Yes. I live in Japan and my friend in Arizona who is married to a J-gal has been trying to visit here for 2 years to visit the mom-in-law. Japan is totally locked down. The tourism industry has completely busted and there are even TV shows hinged around it (such as the hit TV show "Why Did You Come To Japan?"), but the politicians must be swimming in Pfizer money, so they couldn't care less. TV here is completely one-sidedly pro-vaccine. Every evening news broadcast here in Japan is "Corona is 100% dangerous, vaccines are 100% the solution, Russia is 100% evil, and oh look, here's a video of an animal doing something cute, so therefore you have to trust us!" It's sickening, but at least it's woken my wife up.

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paperairplane 2 points ago +2 / -0

True, but at least they don't have vaccine mandates and aren't punishing people for not getting vaccinated. They opened up the country to student and business visas in March and my son was able to get in to go to university despite not having the covid jabs. He had to stay in a hotel for quarantine for 3 days but was allowed to leave for food whenever he wanted, so he went to the supermarket, etc all the time.

His school hasn't mandated the vaccines for anyone. The government has issued warnings that businesses, etc. not discriminate against the unvaccinated. His school had technically mandated masks but no one there cares if you wear one or not, there is zero virtue signalling over it.

Compared to Canada where he came from, where he could not use public transportation or get on an airplane, even to leave for 4 years (we had to smuggle him out to the US to get him on a flight) and where all students have to be vaccinated to attend university, Japan is a breath of fresh air.

The border closures are terrible and I pray they open up soon to tourism, etc., but day-to-day living in Japan - my son hasn't experienced freedom and lack of judgement like that in 2 years. Canadians are particularly judgy and virtue-signally, though, so perhaps it's a low bar.

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stevethefish76 1 point ago +1 / -0

Oh, I remember you! I'm glad your son was finally able to come to Japan. Yes, the announcement was made in December that there will be no discrimination against unjabbed people. Before then, I was afraid my wife and I would be out of a job this year and that our work contracts would not be renewed in April.

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paperairplane 2 points ago +2 / -0

Oh haha, yes, I've posted before about it. It's been a major part of my family's life this past year as we waited for the borders to open to students, at least.

It's great that you're not out of your jobs. The closed borders are just terrible, I can't imagine how hard it is for many businesses and schools right now.

I just wish Canada were more like Japan in many respects because life sucks here right now. Our Prime Minister is advocating that people shun the unvaccinated, calling us misogynists, racists, and sexists, and asking if we should even be tolerated. We can't leave the country at all legally.

My son is having the time of his life at university in Osaka and it's such a relief to have him be in a country that doesn't call for his banishment from society. He barely left the house for the past 2 years and now he's out every single day, going for dinner, etc, with his friends and just living life normally. He never wants to come back to Canada.

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stevethefish76 1 point ago +1 / -0

Osaka is great. The Kansai culture is very friendly while the Kanto (Tokyo) culture is rather cold. When I lived in the Kansai area 20+ years ago, I'd walk into places to get food and complete strangers would buy me a beer.

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paperairplane 1 point ago +1 / -0

That's interesting. Before he left everyone was telling us how unfriendly the Japanese were and how they don't like Westerners, but his experience has been great. He already has a big group of Japanese friends. I don't think he's spent a single evening alone since he arrived in early April.

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AdAstra_PerAspera 1 point ago +1 / -0

Can you help me maybe?

I have a good friend in tokyo for the last 8 years (born and raised tokyo, early 30s homosexual, we play video games together, he plays on US servers w/ high ping to learn english better)

I ranted to him one night about covid being bullshit and governments not being in our best interest several months ago after 2 years of holding it in, and he now seems to be avoiding me. I know japanese people are nonconfrontational, so hes just acting like the problem and his reaction dont exist I guess.

Anyway, do I just apologize for ranting about politics to someone who isnt into politics and hope he chills out ( and covid is over, huh? ), or just move on, or something else? Any input super appreciated ty.

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stevethefish76 1 point ago +1 / -0

I dunno as to the nature of you ranting as you put it. I'd hope you didn't call him a gullible sheep (even if it is the truth), but you shouldn't apologize for speaking the truth. You'd think that after two atomic bombs that Japan would lead the world in NOT believing whatever the government tells them, but alas the opposite continues to be true. I assume that by avoiding you meant to say that he refuses to talk to you. If he really is a good friend, he may want to hear your reasoning. If he's shut you off, then there isn't much you can do about that. There is a Q/truther movement here in Japan, but they can be just as gullible as the vaxx addicts. Matatabi Compass on Rumble translates a lot of useful videos, but that channel also has gotten caught up with the Real Raw News fake bullshit in the past and translated articles on that parody site into Japanese. Anyway, you're gonna lose friends for speaking out against the COVID bullshit regardless of where they live.

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AdAstra_PerAspera 1 point ago +1 / -0

Thank you.

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BetterNameUnfound 2 points ago +2 / -0

New Japan Pro Wrestling does not allow people to CHEER at their shows.

Might spread virus, doncha know.

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Morpheus11 9 points ago +9 / -0

Japan is the canary...

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Mcmurdo32 7 points ago +9 / -2

Buy gold from Glenn Beck's sponsor.

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axrevolutionai 7 points ago +7 / -0

Well when you have four states of emergencies, cancel most of your entertainment industry, close yourself off to tourism, hold a broken Olympics just to save face, and let western companies mismanage your biggest cultural exports...

What do you expect?

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stevethefish76 6 points ago +6 / -0

Well said. Japan's tourism industry was huge and the country is THE #1 coolest place in Asia. But now everyone has become a mask zombie. I live in Japan and I never wear a mask outside of my job (I work for schools, so I really have no choice). Just yesterday my wife told me that Japanese tourists in Hawaii don't wear masks, but when they come back to Japan they put them back on. Nobody is strong enough to say "no" to all of this. Well, I can't say "nobody." Recently a city official from Hiroshima was kicked off a plane for not wearing a mask, and he's suing the airline company for ONE YEN to make a statement. He is unjabbed and says that COVID is a hoax. If he is smart, he can demand proof of an isolated virus like that man did in Canada, and he can demand peer-reviewed studies proving that masks are effective against viral transmission, which they are not. I doubt he'll go far with this, though.

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Antwon 5 points ago +5 / -0

Stack physical silver!

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ColludingWithAmerica 3 points ago +3 / -0

I’d say gold and silver of various weights/notes. What you can when you can. Also as silly as it may sound bullets.

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Antwon 2 points ago +2 / -0

True, not silly at all! Be blessed my friend

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BetterNameUnfound 4 points ago +4 / -0

Reddit is blaming this on Japan's "bad vaccine rollout."

Really.

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Mandigo 4 points ago +4 / -0

Printing money and loaning it out almost exclusively to the very wealthy never works and is just feudalism with extra steps.

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amarQ144 4 points ago +4 / -0

Stock up on sushi.

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7spade 4 points ago +4 / -0

I agree with the video and assessments made, I don't see our own fed.gov/fed reserve, inc. allowing Japan's problems to become their problems. They will completely detach if they think they're in too far and allow Japan to completely sink to save their own skin.

For us here in the US, that move actually will be beneficial for us but they won't do that out of compassion for everyday people like you and I. Our policies here are to continue kicking the can down the road and I expect more of the same. I do think a recession is coming, yes. To what extent or how long? I don't know.

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queue-anon 3 points ago +3 / -0

How is this “not good”. We knew the whole system had to collapse. Precipice is approaching

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queue-anon 3 points ago +3 / -0

Glad I got my GME and DRSd them :)

I hedged!

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russiah 3 points ago +3 / -0

FJB. I believe Trump should be able to help us with this mess.

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quai24 1 point ago +1 / -0

Trump will return to lead the rebuilding effort, with sound money and a drained swamp. But before that happens the system has to come crashing down on top of Biden and the swamp.

The demolition man does not stand inside the building when he hits the plunger.

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DiveAndBait 2 points ago +2 / -0

Have you guys seen the turkish lira? Lost 44% of it's value against the dollar, it's absolutely toast. Inflation there is up 70%.

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SoMuchWinning45 2 points ago +2 / -0

They need to export more of their stuff. Cars and cultural exports are huge, but more robots and electronics too.

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VetforTrump 1 point ago +2 / -1

Did beck jst figure out the money is no-good? Every body is gonna collapse.

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GoGoOptomistic 1 point ago +1 / -0

He’s been very vocal in all of this, vax, economic unsustainably, all of it.

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Brent75 [S] 0 points ago +1 / -1

No he didn’t just figure it out haha! He’s been talking about our economic collapse coming for 9 months plus. But I think he’s concluded Japan will be one of the most serious drag-downs on our economy while it’s in its death spiral.

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MagaRick4207 1 point ago +1 / -0

I literally have a check($100,000 life insurance check) coming in the next couple weeks. Had plans to save 90% of it in a high yield savings account. An account like that would be safe from all this shit? Not investing into stocks, bonds etc

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Lawjic 7 points ago +7 / -0

This is not financial advice, but what do you do if the bank you deposit that check into is over-leveraged (because it is) and they have already lent out your $100k many times over on the very day you gave it to them? Look up fractional reserve system.
What do you do when there's a run on the banks and banks are not opening? What do you do when inflation makes that $100k only worth $50k or $25k?
If you are not stacking at least some precious metals, real estate, and other hard assets, you might be in for a not-so-great awakening.

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dty6 3 points ago +3 / -0

this

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Brent75 [S] 1 point ago +2 / -1

Gold, silver, and any gas/oil and precious metal stocks (platinum, gold, silver, mining stocks) will be fine. I shifted all my money/stocks to gas/oil, silver, gold, and mining stocks. Transportation stocks like trains and trucking should do fine too. Costco and Kraft Foods stocks should also weather the storm fine. But safest is precious metals, and gas/oil.

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Voteordie 0 points ago +1 / -1

Debt is fake, so long as you’re not Russia, no one is calling on you to default.