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We’re All in This Together . . .

December 30, 2020 3 Comments

This article was written by Eric Peters and originally published at Eric Peters Autos

An easy way to establish the fatuity –  the evil – at the core of what’s going on would be to apply it universally.

Every “lockdown” applies to everyone – including every politician and every government worker. If anyone is forced by decree to stop earning their living then everyone is forced to stop earning their living. The big box stores are shuttered, too.

Aren’t we “all in this together”?

Of course, “we” aren’t. There is the essential class – which issues and enforces the “mandates” – which it is important to constantly repeat are not laws but literally the arbitrary decrees of politicians grown fat, like blood-gorged ticks, with limitless power somehow acquired in the name of gesund – even though we’re healthy, thanks – and there is the rest of us, deemed non-essential.

We are supposed to just make do; figure out a way to keep a roof over our heads and food in the ‘fridge – without a paycheck. Or a third of one. To pay 100 percent of our mortgages/rent and power bills and so on.

Shutter our businesses; send our employees home to do nothing — while their bills pile up.

The essentials  lecture, finger-point – and enforce. But never miss a paycheck. Which we are forced to pay for.

Their bills do not go unpaid. There is no sacrifice by those demanding it – the usual practice of the coercive sector as distinct from the private sector. The latter can only ask for your business; the former can force you to close it – and then make you pay them for doing it.

How about we all pay?

Them and us – alike.

If they decree we may not work, then they must be “in it” with us, together. No paycheck for us? None for them as well. No forcing us to pay for their paychecks, either. The taxes that pay for them held in abeyance until the cases! the cases! recede.

If, in fact, that is truly what this is all about.

In fact – literally – it’s not.

As should by now be obvious to anyone still capable of rational thought. What conclusions can be drawn from the coercive class declaring itself essential – and us, not? From our being “locked down” – told by them we may not move without their permission, while they are free to move as they like?

Ordered to accept economic death while they continue to feed – off of us?

While we get to watch them ignore their own “mandates”?

The restaurant owner in California who used his truck prevent an essential government worker from working was trying to make the point – to both the essential government worker and the essential government enforcers who came to make sure the essential government worker could go about his essential work.

It is easy to be unctuous when there is no cost to you – and possibly much to gain.

The essentials who are getting paid – by us – have more than just our money to pay their bills. The have our money to buy our losses. When a non-essential’s home goes into foreclosure or his business is shuttered, someone else is going to acquire the property. It will inevitably be someone with the means to pay for it.

That will be someone who hasn’t been bled white. It will probably be someone essential, who has spent the past year bleeding the non-essentials white.

 Who, having taken everything away from the previous owner will now use the previous owner’s money – transferred via taxes – to own everything that was taken away.

Probably at a fire-sale price, too.

The same process is under way at the corporate level. The Big Box retailers were not locked down – which is why their profits have gone up (skyrocketed up) during the worst year – for us – since 1929. It is not hard to understand why. Wal-Mart and the rest were open while everything not Big Box wasn’t, by “mandate.”

The non-essentials were forced to do business with the essentials. Forced to facilitate the transfer of wealth from local, privately owned stores to massive, shareholder-owned corporations, who sold the same stuff and were not attacked by swarms of gesundpolizei for allowing more than 10 people within their stores at a time.

A simpleton should be able to draw the obvious conclusions.

The essentials want to use the corporations as feed lots are used for cattle. We – the nonessentials – are to be herded onto these feedlots, where we will be obliged to be obliging, else no more “corn” for us. The essentials want to be able to partner with a handful of big corporations who will employ everyone who is still allowed to work and sell everything we’re still allowed to buy.

When there are no alternatives, there are no options.

When you can work for yourself or work for someone who owns the business you work for you are much less under the thrall of a pyramidal hierarchy that mandates things which can be appealed – or avoided.

When there is no work except corporate work, the corporations own you. And then the coercive sector controls you . . . via the corporations. Neat, sweet and not petite.

It is all very essential – and has nothing to do with “stopping the spread.” If it did, then everything would be closed, everyone “locked down.”

If, in fact, we are “all in this together.”

 

 

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  • Gauntlet33 December 30, 2020 at 11:35 am

    @Eric,
    Great article. Simple, rational thought leads to the conclusion stated here. But the masses are too brain-washed to see it. Some are still earning, so they don’t have any incentive to see it (like tellers at the bank), and others profit from putting on their blinders. Others like social-distancing perhaps because they never much liked other people to begin with, and others are just the simple sheep who don’t deserve to be led to the slaughter. Yes, it’s good (God) v. Evil (Devil), but it’s also a human v. human problem, and those on top apparently only obtain joy in life, not by sharing life’s ups and downs with others, but rather through their endless ego by stepping on and showing their alleged “superiority” over others. But though they have endless ways to censor us and attack us, they can’t hide and their true colors are obvious to those without blinders, and therefore we shall likewise seek out and destroy them.
    Like I said many times before, just as THEY are making lists and keeping social credit scores for dissenters and eventually those who refuse the vaccine, we should all also be making our own lists of them (the politicians and others enforcing these oppressive laws), where they live, and we should all find our way to “protest” at their residences, and I use that term very liberally, when the times comes. THEY won’t make an appointment when they come to your house, and neither should you when you “protest” at theirs.

  • eduardo guzman January 3, 2021 at 1:21 pm

    I suggest that even if gold may indeed be a stable/valuable alternative to any form of State money in the near future, at the end of the day supporting the value of gold equals propping up the position of the core of the existing banking and financial system: the stability of gold or any other asset as currency is based on its belonging mainly to those who benefit from the relevant market, control and exploit the money system and money markets with their shenanigans. There is no need for any support for money, because for centuries now it has been proven to all of us that the system can work smoothly without it. Money is definitely based on trust, the issue is who and creates and allocates it: the community (which would not equal a Western central bank nowadays) at national or (better, with coordination) local level, or private parties, as today (where a few of those money creators throug credit happen to be the owners and controllers of gold and its market, with their little army of respectable goldbugs reminding everyone of the fact that the system will soon crash and there is no stable sound-money alternative to gold). Beware of the old scam of gold: Money was always numbers, and numbers don’t belong to anyone. This is the realisation and awaking required to put an end to the power of money.

    • Brandon Smith January 3, 2021 at 1:49 pm

      I think that’s a highly simplistic and backwards way of looking at gold. First, gold has been around as money for well over 5000 years, long before the bankers ever existed. Gold is a rare resource that lasts forever and cannot be artificially duplicated, hence its value. There is a reason it has been used as “money” for so long. Secondly, you are never going to get people to go back to a system that predates money, you need a universal medium of exchange beyond barter. I am a big proponent of barter and even I admit that barter is a temporary solution to a broken economy; eventually you are going to need an agreed upon medium of exchange. Thirdly, the banks are the source of the problem when it comes to money, that is the bottom line. They can buy up gold, but they can never CREATE gold, and this is why gold is suppressed by them. Promoting gold backed money does NOT help the banks in any way, the more people use gold as money the harder it is for them to suppress the value and continue to keep the power of printing currencies that they control. Finally, though you don’t come right out and say it, your diatribe is clearly propaganda in support of crypto. I just want to remind you that YES, certain elites CAN own the numbers. In Bitcoin, the value of coins is driven by whale investors and NOTHING ELSE. The bitcoin market is so artificially supported it’s a joke. Almost no one in the world actually uses or trades Bitcoins, yet the price is sitting at $35,000? This is only possible due to major banks and billionaire whale investors pumping money into the markets. Bitcoin is not driven by regular consumers in the slightest. You’re not going to get rid of money, the very idea is delusional, but you can better ensure that money is rooted in sound practices by attaching a limited (AND TANGIBLE) resource to it to prevent inflationary abuse. Gold and precious metals are the best way to do that. Cryptos can be created out of thin air just as easily as dollars.

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