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The Bolsheviks are now in control

By Patrick Van Roy On January 17th, 2021

 

 

The freak show of a disaster is about to begin. The first 100 days will lay the tale how quickly they want to run down this redbrick road, but run they shall. President “I don’t know” Joe is cutting all fuel production to dependency levels with his executive order to rejoin the Climate Accords day one, but that damage will take time for it to have effect.

No the real fun will come from the Lenninista’s in the House, those already salivating at unbridled power. They can propose whatever they want and have wanted. The last time they had this power they made a first attempt to seize control of one sixth of the economy the Healthcare Industry. It’s death is now assured. That and a cessation of all Fracking are gimmies.

The real fun will be what will the Bolsheviks target first and which will they target harder… Guns or Speech ?

My vote is they go after speech, they still have a healthy fear of the gun crowd, ahh but speech we are already into the purge of free and open conversation. AOC said we need to reign in Media, people have lost their banking already. Financial companies dropping people because they hold the wrong views. Individual companies doing perfectly legal refusal to do business but these companies are dumping people and organizations out of fear. Fear that if they allow a certain view to use their services the Government will come after them…..

The show is about to begin get yourself a big bag of popcorn….

13 Responses to “The Bolsheviks are now in control”

  1. Their first 4 crises to address….. They gonna fix it!

    “the COVID-19 crisis, the resulting economic crisis, the climate crisis, and a racial equity crisis,”

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/team-biden-vows-decisive-action-on-four-crises-in-first-ten-days

  2. Of course I also expect every humdrum minor policy announcement from now on by the Biden administration to be breathlessly reported on ATW as if it’s the storming of the Winter palace 😉

  3. The GOP held the White House, the Senate and the House from 2016 to 2018 and they did nothing with it. That’s because the GOP is hopeless.

    They’re about to be reminded that the left uses every ounce of power to its fullest extent.

  4. the GOP may hopefully be in it’s death throws, but my predictions don’t usually play out the way I say they should.

  5. That and a cessation of all Fracking are gimmies.

    No, Biden has no plans to let the lights go out.

    “He has pledged to end new permits for hydraulic fracturing on federal lands and waters, but said fracking “has to continue because we need a transition” to renewable energy.”

    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/10/13/climate/trump-biden-fracking.html?searchResultPosition=4

  6. With all of these trillions of dollars being thrown about, I have moved my rather modest portfolio into a more defensive position vis a vis the stock market. I’m a little bit more concerned at this point on the return OF my money than the return ON my money.

  7. Good to see you, Charles. I hope you’re as chipper as always.

    I see that Bill Gates is now the largest private owner of farmland in the US.

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/arielshapiro/2021/01/14/americas-biggest-owner-of-farmland-is-now-bill-gates-bezos-turner/?sh=78be733c6096

    I’ve always thought that agriculture is a sound conservative option. You might not get spectacular returns but populations inexorably rise and people will always need to eat. This news is intriguing because Bill Gates is not only smart but he’s well plugged into the global power elite network.

  8. Uh oh (((Bill Gates))) alert. Perhaps we might need to start referring to you as Pete from Aberdeen 😉

  9. Charles that might be a wise move, the stock market is in a bubble. hopefully it will deflate in a controlled manner and not just explode

    Bill gates might be the biggest farm land owner but he is a pipsqueak in land ownership

  10. Pete, good to see you sounding well, old man. Keep a stiff upper lip!

    E.P. Yes, the stock market bubble concerns me, given record unemployment. somethings got to give, and I think a smooth landing is unlikely.
    I heard this las December was the best one on record for the market since 1928. Yikes!

  11. My inclination is that we will see a big decline in the stock market (though not in COVID or credit crunch size) in the near future. If history is anything to go by a massive decline in the fortunes of the stock market (such as in February/March, or in 2008) is followed by a sharp recovery. However normally 12-18 months into that recovery there is a market correction due to an over inflated stock market and it declines again. While the market bottomed out in March 2009, and there was a substantial initial recovery, in a small period of time (two months largely) the stock market lost 15% of its value in 2010, and lost 20% of its value over the course of a few months (four or five months) in 2011.

    The same thing happened after the dot com bubble burst. The market bottomed out, it recovered rapidly and then there was a second fall as the market corrected itself.

    So most likely, due to the collapse in February/March and the substantial recovery since, the stock market is heading for another major (probably double digit) decline.

  12. A Texas man who stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 was arrested and accused of having threatened to shoot his children if they told authorities that he had gone to Washington, D.C., according to federal court documents released Monday.

    According to a complaint filed in U.S. District Court in Washington, the man, Guy Reffitt, was charged with obstruction of justice and knowingly entering a restricted building without lawful authority.

    In an affidavit, an FBI agent described Reffitt as an apparent militia member who traveled from suburban Dallas to Washington with a Smith & Wesson pistol to help “protect his country.”

    NBC

    MAGA!! The real purpose of the Second Amendment!! MAGA!!

  13. seek help