The Crazy Events Of The Past Month And What They Mean For 2020

Thursday, December 19, 2019
By Paul Martin

Brandon Smith
Wednesday, 18 December 2019

In a world without constant manipulation and disinformation most economic and geopolitical events would happen spontaneously and randomly. Things would be more unexpected, but at least they would make life fascinating and interesting, and often there would be positive outcomes. Unfortunately, this is not the world we live in. Our world is highly micro-managed by global elites with a rather broad if not clichéd agenda. This makes most events highly predictable, as each event services a singular end game.

The only aspect of our system that is not predictable is timing. In the liberty movement we can predict with relative certainty future trends and outcomes, but one thing we have to consider is that the more effective we are at exposing the plans of the globalists the more they will attempt to either stall or expedite the timing of their agenda in the hopes of encouraging doubt and uncertainty.

Pyschopathic people tend to have an obsession with the concept of surprise. They love to ambush. They hate when their carefully crafted schemes are made obvious by intelligent observation because they operate on the assumption that they are always the smartest people in the room. In military lingo, this is called being inside someone’s OODA Loop; which means always being a step ahead of the planning and foresight of those you want to conquer. Psychopaths desperately angle to achieve this constant state of superiority.

Of course, the problem for these personality types is that they have very little imagination or ingenuity, and are often robotic in their responses and strategies. Understand one psychopath and you essentially understand them all. Once again, as long as you know what they want, they become predictable. The only way for them to surprise us is by changing what they want, and they aren’t going to do that. All they will do is delay or distract.

2019 might have seemed like a rollercoaster year to many, but most of it was a simply a succession of engineered distractions and slight changes in timing to throw analysts off the scent of the globalist agenda. Finally, in the past month we have seen certain plans culminate into events some of us always expected. Lets examine these events and what they mean for 2020…

The Big Fat Trade Deal Farce

Since the trade war between the US and China began I have been warning that all is not what it seems, and that the trade war is not meant to be won, only perpetuated for as long as possible. The endless cycle of “deal” announcements followed by deal fallout followed by renewed deal optimism has conditioned the public to assume that all market movements and the economy at large are tied to the success or failure of Trump’s trade war. This is exactly what the establishment wants.

If the masses are focused on the trade war, they might completely forget about the enormous financial bubble that central banks like the Federal Reserve created through nearly ten years of stimulus. They might also completely forget that the Fed deliberately popped that bubble in 2018 using fiscal tightening policies and removing liquidity from the system. Now, the avalanche has started, and it appears that the Fed has no intention of stopping it (but we will get to that in a moment).

As long as the Everything Bubble is imploding, the elites need a distraction of some kind as well as a scapegoat.

The latest “Phase 1” trade deal announcement this month was an epic disappointment to almost everyone who thought that maybe Donald Trump was fighting the good fight or working towards a legitimate diplomatic compromise with China. Finally, people are beginning to understand that the trade war is Kabuki theater and nothing more.

As it stands, the Phase 1 agreement is not an agreement at all. Last time I checked, in diplomacy, business and sales, the goal is always to get agreements in writing as quickly as possible along with some assurances that the deal will be honored. Verbal agreements and half measures are a recipe for disaster. Phase 1 is designed to fail.

Phase 1 will not be put in writing and signed, at least, not by Trump or Xi. The details are still murky, tariffs are not being rolled back in any meaningful way, and China’s promise to quadruple their agricultural purchases from the US in 2020 is unlikely to be fulfilled. China has already diversified their food purchases to Russia, South America, etc. To quadruple their purchases from the US would mean abandoning all the work they put in to build new supply lines outside the US market. This is not going to happen.

Will Chinese farm purchases increase? Yes, but only for a short period of time and not to the level of the agreement. This means that the Phase 1 deal has a built in mechanism for collapse, as it relies heavily on China following through with a requirement they can’t or won’t honor. I give it a month or two before hostilities between the US and China surface once again.

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