The Weekend Shock Letter for May 30th, 2020

It has been a turbulent week. More evidence is coming out that I was right about the Wuhan Coronavirus, but being right isn’t making me happy. A shell-shocked economy continues to decline. Social distancing is looking like a new mantra for aspiring socialists. Free speech is ending. Riots have broken out over the police killing of George Floyd, and the riots look bad. Obamagate seems to be turning more serious, and the Democrats STILL want to steal the 2020 election.

And, last but not least, I finished my first installment of my next series:

Where We Go From Here, Part 1: The Crisis of Financial Confidence

It’s going to be a bumpy ride, kids.

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Where We Go From Here, Part 1: The Crisis of Financial Confidence

When confidence dies, the empire falls. This is just as true about the American Imperium, as with all the other kingdoms and empires of human history. And, one of the first things to fall when confidence fails, is money. And, the question in all of our minds is…

How much longer will Americans and Europeans be confident in their governments, their banks and their money?

Unfortunately, the answer is ‘not much longer’, and that spells doom for our current way of life. So, let’s look at how we’ve defined money over the years and see where our confidence is going.

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TORN

The next few weeks appear to be pivotal to the future of the United States, and the future of yourself. Several sources over the past few days have popped up with information that indicate a future that is both catastrophic and hopeful, at the same time.

I dread the catastrophe, but I embrace the hope.

This has made the past week emotionally turbulent for myself, and I guess that I get the chance to share that turbulence with you. I am torn over the possible events that lie in our future. And, when I am finished laying out what I have seen, I believe that you will feel the same way.

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SPECIAL REPORT: Viji Varghese (aka, V the Guerilla Economist)

For the last three or four years, Viji Varghese represented himself as a high level insider for the Royal Bank of Scotland. In reality, he sold televisions for Best Buy. The closest that he ever came to finance was his brief stint as an assistant branch manager, before being fired for not submitting a ‘suspicious activity report’.

Viji conned his way on to radio programs and YouTube interviews. He got himself on to Coast-to-Coast AM, SGTreport, USAWatchdog, the Hagmann Report and who knows who else.

And, he made a LOT of money.

I first heard him in 2013 and knew that he was lying, but I did not have proof. Now, I do.

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My Take on 2017 – Part One

I always predict that the next year will be interesting, and I’m always right. Well, I’m always right on that word, ‘interesting’. The rest of my predictions tend to be less than accurate.

So, interesting events will abound. The question is whether they will be sufficiently benign for you to survive them. I suspect that the body count won’t escalate until we hit 2018. But, the wreckage of the financial system might leave you with very little to show for all of your hard work.

But, let’s take a few moments to look at what I think about the coming year.

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