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Tighten Your Belt: You are in for a Very Bumpy Ride

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Regular readers of my books and these pages will understand that the financial chaos engulfing the world, and threatening to send the UK back beyond the recession, into a deep, dark, financial depression, and back to the economic dark ages, will know that nothing that is happening is happening by accident.

This, in case you are in any doubt, is the beginning of the Great Recession, the New Normal, which the conspirators have been boasting about for years.

(Laughably, there are some ignorant collaborators who claim that the ‘Great Recession’ is another conspiracy theory. If only they were right.)


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By Dr. Vernon Coleman

The coming financial chaos was apparent years ago.

When I wrote my book Stuffed!, back in 2012, I pointed out that: ‘The Government can no longer afford to pay the pensions it has promised to public sector workers. Nor can the Government afford to pay the State pension. And, just to make things worse, Government and EU policies have destroyed the attractiveness of private pensions. In a generation’s time our streets will be packed with geriatric, English beggars pleading to be given enough money to buy a little food.’

And now we’re very close to that.

The current UK squabble between Truss’s apparently chaotic and spendthrift Government and the apparently incompetent Bank of England is setting us all up for a perfect financial Armageddon.

The Bank of England says that our financial problems are caused by the Government’s spend, spend, spend policies (which is true). The Government says the Bank of England should have raised interest rates faster (which is also true).

Meanwhile, as British pension funds collapse, millions who were looking forward to a decent retirement can now look forward to penury, poverty and the need to carry on working until they drop. And the Bank’s Governor is in Washington with the Chancellor. I’m sure they are having a wonderful time. Might I suggest that they stay there?

British pension funds are in a mess because of the twin policies of the Bank of England and the new Government. But Bailey, who gets over half a million quid a year as Governor of the Bank (and who can rightly claim to be the most overpaid buffoon in Britain) says the problem is the fault of the pension funds for doing what they are forced to do – hold Government bonds – and that they should sort out the mess. Gilts (including, bizarrely, index linked gilts) have suffered an unprecedented collapse.

What a lot of strange things are happening these days. All unprecedented and apparently inexplicable.

But, remember, nothing is happening by accident.

Once you realise what is happening it is remarkably easy to understand just how the conspirators are pushing Britain into a real, deep and lasting depression. The International Monetary Fund says that 2023 is going to be worse than 2022, by the way. And the concensus is that Britain is in a worse mess than any other country. We’re deep in Orwell country now.

(Citizens of other countries shouldn’t laugh too much. All other countries are also heading for financial disaster. The only difference is that Britain is going to get there first.)

Everywhere you look there are lies, deceptions and mis-directions.

The Government says that the unemployment figures are low.

But that’s just a crafty bit of manipulation.

The fact is that millions of hapless, innocent young people are at university studying for degrees in subjects such as ‘Golf Course Management’. (How many thousand golf course managers does the world need, I wonder?)

Those unfortunate kids are only at university because it keeps them out of the unemployment figures. (Exams have been made much easier to increase the number of students apparently qualified for further eduction). They’re paying a fortune for fees and accommodation (and building up huge debts in the process) and when they finally qualify they’ll struggle to find jobs. Most of them will never be able to pay back their student loans. Their education will leave them with nothing but happy Saturday night memories and huge ever-lasting debts.

And then there are millions of people on benefits. They don’t count towards the unemployment figures, of course, and their numbers have been boosted by the 2 million folk suffering from Happy Furlough Syndrome (usually mis-spelt ‘Long Covid’ by collaborating brain-dead journalists). These people enjoyed their months on paid furlough so much that they don’t want to go back to work. And Long Covid (the hypochondriac’s delight) has replaced ‘I’ve got back trouble, doctor’ and ‘I’m suffering from stress, doctor’ as the primary cause of people being too sick to work.

Determined to make things ever worse, the lunatics who now run the asylum want those on benefits to receive a rise equal to inflation – rather than limited to the pay rises which will be given to workers and strikers.

This, of course, will encourage even more millions to abandon the idea of work and choose instead to join the 2 million enjoying the delights of Happy Furlough Syndrome.

Meanwhile, commentators, politicians and journalists are desperately trying to keep interest rates down to protect the million or so who have taken out mortgages. Too many assumed that absurdly low rates were permanent – and they failed to prepare and plan and save.

No one gives a damn about the countless millions who have scrimped and saved and been prudent and who are now receiving next to nothing in interest on their savings. (At some point the constantly penniless banks must surely start making money. They’re borrowing money at 0.1% and lending it out at 6%. Even greedy bankers should surely be able to make money with those figures.)

One teenage scribbler for a national publication claimed that the pension crisis is nothing to worry about. ‘If you’re about to retire then you’ll just have to delay your retirement for a few years,’ was the comforting advice. ‘And if you’re younger, just put more money into your pension to rebuild the losses.’

Heaven knows what the advice is for those who manage their own pensions who, if they’ve been prudent, will have lost up to a third of their pension fund in a day.

It is clear that that there is no place for self-reliance in the Great Reset. Putting aside some corn for the wet, difficult years is a waste of money.

The Government doesn’t want people to do that. They want everyone to be dependent on them. That’s why benefits are rising. That’s why the Government is giving out money it hasn’t got in energy caps and massive contributions to businesses.

The Government doesn’t want you to be independent. They want to control you and everything you do. In their new world, self-reliance is a nasty concept.

The furlough scheme was part of the control. The energy caps are part of the control. The low interest rates (way under inflation) are part of the control.

They want us to feel ‘entitled’ and ‘dependent’ – and under their control.

What is happening in the UK is happening everywhere else. The US is doling out bucketfuls of money with massive bailouts.

If energy prices continue to rise (which they will as long as the mad cultists promote the global warming myth and as long as the sanctions on Russia persist) then government debts will continue to soar.

To survive without being ‘bought’ by the conspirators’ tricks, we need to cut our expenditure, tighten our belts and avoid buying big budget items. This is not the time to buy a new house, a new car or a new sofa.

Look at your pension and be prepared to alter your expectations. You may no longer be able to retire as you had planned.

Distrust the Government, Avoid Mass Media and Fight the Lies.

And please share this article with everyone you know.

Apologies for the lack of videos by the way. Apart from whatever copies still exist, all the originals of all my videos have been banned, censored or hacked and seem to have disappeared. These are dark and difficult times and, I’m afraid, they are going to get darker and more difficult.

Vernon Coleman’s book on money and investments is called Moneypower. It is available on Amazon as a paperback and an eBook.

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Jay
Jay
1 month ago

Well, things sure are looking grim on so many fronts and like Vernon says, once your eyes have been opened, it is impossible to avoid the fact that these constant waves of trouble have been carefully planned. It becomes frustrating and confounding that so many can’t see the engineered destruction of the world as we have known it on multiple fronts. For me, I am going back to the spiritual life I used to lives through my 20s and 30s. When you are connected to spirit you can weather violent storms as a witness with much less suffering. But if I have to fight for my freedom, I surely will.

Bob - Enough
Bob - Enough
Reply to  Jay
1 month ago

I think I have said this before, so apologies if I am repeating myself. I have never had a spiritual life, but I have found spirituality in the form of religion (not the church, not bible bashing, not ranting on, but just inside myself) and whilst I need to atone for scores of my past decisions, indiscretions or just being a knob-head, I have made peace with myself.

Your last two sentences are spot on – I cannot agree more – I am not afraid for myself, but I am afraid / concerned for others, but just to get this out … I have tried to warn my near and kin for 2-3 years and of course they just mocked and ignored me … my problem is that even if they drop from the jab, go bankrupt; whilst sympathetic .. that sympathy is greatly reducing and I feel rather bad and worried about that.

If we lose our humanity, the pathetic looking, inbred, small, ugly, unloved and weak globalist parasites win.

Dan
Dan
Reply to  Bob - Enough
1 month ago

This video might help, it’s short and easy to understand what CBDC means!
https://www.bitchute.com/video/5x5sX4IGQEFa/

Bob - Enough
Bob - Enough
Reply to  Dan
1 month ago

Yep, that cheered me up, cheers !!!!.

Dan
Dan
Reply to  Bob - Enough
1 month ago

It just might win your family over, if they will watch it of course.

Bob - Enough
Bob - Enough
Reply to  Dan
1 month ago

Dan, thank you and I appreciate your concern, but people need to come to terms what has and is happening.

This may sound stupid or whatever, but those that have already fallen for the BS ARE GONE … hoever hard that will effect the rest of us with family and friends. Mentally or Physically … GONE.

There is no coming back, how could there be ?.

PS Again, nothaving a go, but we need to wake up.

Chris
Chris
1 month ago

You have hit the nail on the head. It’s a pity most people in this country are blissfully unaware of what is happening.

Bob - Enough
Bob - Enough
Reply to  Chris
1 month ago

Maybe you underestimate the awareness. 18.9 million people have not had one jab (in the UK), without government funding – the mainstream media would collapse, millions no longer watch BBC or TV in general, Hollywood is collapsing…. marches and rallies happening more and more by the people SAYING NO MORE – WE KNOW.

People are not buying it anymore and as for those that still are … ah well !, next booster and we will chip in for flowers.

Janet Cutts
Janet Cutts
Reply to  Bob - Enough
1 month ago

Not me I have given up with them mainly professional people like teachers & one ex nurse they simply do not want to hear it

Bob - Enough
Bob - Enough
Reply to  Janet Cutts
1 month ago

I keep trying to be polite, but yes; agreed. My wife is a nurse .. like talking to a brick wall … not just on the jab, but the energy prices, food prices (in The NL, certain things are really ramping up). They do not see it … so be it

Dan
Dan
Reply to  Bob - Enough
1 month ago

I’m going to wtch a decent film now, you might know it a ‘vegatable from Calicot’ :-}

Bob - Enough
Bob - Enough
Reply to  Dan
1 month ago

Have a beer on me and send me any link. I was thinking of the description -potato or sprout ?… sick and tired of them myself … in the nicest possible and G0d Given way.

‘vegetable from Calicot’… Hold on ROOGBIV… raspberries, oranges… you and your rainbow agenda …

Been a long day -ignore me if I make no sense.

Steve
Steve
Reply to  Bob - Enough
1 month ago
Paul Waterhouse
Paul Waterhouse
1 month ago

I am not sure UK is in the worst shape within Europe (though that is little comfort). To be frank, since governments have already culled (and continue to cull) those above 50 with the jabs ..the pension finance dilemma is reducing …..far fewer people to pay pensions to …and those that do or will get pensions (public or private) will not be living for as long as once happened (through a combination of damaged immune systems and public health policy on treating the elderly). Of course crashing economies through insane virus-response measures (the outcomes of which were entirely predictable), dispensing unlimited support to Ukraine, and imposing sanctions that seem to harm the sanctioner (and benefit the sanctionee) may well be offsetting much / all the financial savings generated by the cull.

raj patel
raj patel
Reply to  Paul Waterhouse
1 month ago

I also don’t think that the UK is in the worst financial shape in Europe. It’s a strange time to witness, when I see the local Porsche dealership is undergoing a huge building expansion – what are they thinking? Who will be buying all these expensive cars? However, I have seen this before during the 80s recession when companies were still recruiting but there was no work for the existing employees. Just wait until the mass layoffs start and there will be a huge domino effect as the rising unemployed will spend less which then puts more businesses at risk of downsizing or closing. Most people, even those on decent salaries, are massively over leveraged as they desperately spent to keep up with their neighbours who were buying what MSM told them they needed. This behaviour was seen all too clearly during the plandemic, when they again acted like sheep incapable of thinking for themselves.

Janet Cutts
Janet Cutts
Reply to  Paul Waterhouse
1 month ago

The insanity continues so let’s just keep burying our heads into the sand another new health syndrome

SheilaB
SheilaB
1 month ago

Thank you for keeping on keeping on, Dr Coleman. All the good people I don’t know personally are keeping me going in these dark days, even when they bear bad news.

Demeter
Demeter
1 month ago

Personally haven’t worried about the pensioner crisis for a couple of decades, even though I’m a pensioner. What’s happening is a crash everything crisis and I’m much more worried about younger people then I am about us old dears, who at least experienced some decent life.

Think this is about a making the right choices crisis, crunch time. Believe this evil rubbish is true, or rise above it and realise what’s really happening.

Demeter
Demeter
Reply to  Demeter
1 month ago

P.S This site is a benchmark reference on many massive sites now, disappointed your revenue is pretty unchanged.

Please keep the faith and keep on doing what you do, know you do what you do for love of humanity, not what’s in your purses but more financial appreciation would be good.

As you know i’m a decent subscriber, probably need to increase it.

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Mark Deacon
Mark Deacon
1 month ago

Having paid into the state pensio for 34 years I left vthe UK and moved to another country to be with my wife. About 3 years back I wrote too thre DWP knowing what is happening now would eventually happen and asked them if I could cash out or transfer the state pension value to another country.

I do have the response letter and will not name names but the answer was no! Absolute f@cking robbery from the future and yet they will still pay people too breed.

I explained to the government bods I knew exactly where the economy was and what would happen but the UK government decided it knew best. You have all been played since 2008 through the money printing so those ruling could adjust their positions to avoid the coming economic storm … old Schwab calls it the great reset … I just call it robbery and enslavement myself.

The UK government betraying its people too the bitter end and bitter it will be if I have anything to do with it.

The only tool the BOE has is to inflate the economy as fast or as fast as the debt is growing to keep the deficit in check. When they applied the lockdown debt was growing and zero income pushed it over the top.

Got too admit I never expected the UK to use biological warfare against its population as its action is all and why covid is really is motivated by economics and their desire too keep power.

Matthew
Matthew
1 month ago

Exactly right. The only question is whether enough people will wake up before the tiny number of psychopaths running this have complete control.

Dennis Patrick Spain
Dennis Patrick Spain
1 month ago

The current model of banking and currency is based on the Bank of England model, founded in 1694. Benjamin Franklin stated that the main reason for the American Revolutionary War was the insistence by George III that the American colonies accept Bank of England banknotes, which were issued as promissory notes, rather than use the increasingly successful American fiat script, issued by the colonies in the CORRECT quantity and not bearing debt! We must be prepared for a new monetary system, an honest one, when our present debt-based banking cartel collapses. Kindly read and critique this proposed Constitutional Amendment. But first, a little background…
From “The Truth in Money Book” by Theodore R. Thorsen and Richard F Warner:
QUOTE Someone had to borrow at usury to bring that money [checkbook balances, bills and coins] into existence. The money goes out of existence as the usury and the debt principal are paid back to the bank. These amounts are huge: several billion dollars go out of existence each day. [Actually this money goes into the reserve accounts of the Federal Reserve Banks, out of the hands of the public! This book was first printed in November 1980. The amounts which are withdrawn presently are much larger.] If the money is not replaced with new loans, a shortage occurs. Soon individuals and businesses experience serious cash flow problems. These result in more and more loan applications to banks—the only place where money is being created to replenish the supply” UNQUOTE
Here is one possible solution—-To Hell with Fractional-Reserve Debt-Based Banking Constitutional Amendment
(1) Rescind the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 and rename existing Federal Reserve notes and check book balances, in all U.S. banking and credit-creating institutions as well as foreign holdings of dollars, on a 1-to-1 basis, as U.S. Treasury Dollars and U.S.Treasury-Denominated bank balances. All currently existing financial contracts of the Federal Reserve Banking System, including United States Treasury Bills, Notes, Bonds, and Inflation-Protected Securities, remain in effect.
(2) Henceforward, ex nihilo credit creation by banking and financial institutions in the United States is prohibited. Loans are required to originate from previous savings of U.S. Treasury Dollars and U.S. Treasury-Denominated bank balances, which for each loan are held in and paid from specific sequestered loan accounts by the various financial institutions, with interest charges and term limits for each loan to be determined solely by the contracting parties. Non-cash reserves held in the regional Federal Reserve Banks in accounts of the member institutions of the Federal Reserve System no longer form the basis for credit creation and are extinguished via accounting erasure. Any further payments of principal and interest on currently-existing promissory notes owned by any bank are required to be distributed to holders of savings accounts and checking accounts in that bank in a manner to be determined by each bank, such procedures to be transparent to savings or checking account holders at that bank in terms of amount and frequency of payment. Regional Federal Reserve Banks continue to provide check-clearing operations for the member banks.
(3) Monetary transactions of the regional Federal Reserve banks or of its member banks with international banks, including the Bank of International Settlements and the International Monetary Fund, can not include ex nihilo credit creation.
(4) The U.S. Treasury supplies Treasury Dollars as needed to any member bank of the Federal Reserve system to satisfy demands for cash by deposit and savings account holders in excess of cash reserves held by banks at the time of enactment of this amendment.
(5) Fund the U.S. government and its agencies and projects directly via Treasury Dollars authorized by the Congress in its yearly federal budget. The borrowing of money from the Federal Reserve system of banks or from other institutions or individuals to pay for federal government expenditures is prohibited. All outstanding Treasury Securities are henceforward redeemed on demand via payment with U.S. Treasury Dollars.
(6) Abolish the Federal Income Tax on individuals, corporations, and business enterprises while maintaining a social security tax on individual incomes. Social security retirement revenues are strictly sequestered in Federal Government Retirement Accounts held by the U.S. Treasury and managed by the Social Security Administration. The Sixteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution is hereby rescinded and the Internal Revenue Service disbanded.
(7) Institute a federal sales tax with a varying yearly tax rate adjusted by the U.S. Congress in session, the sole aim of such adjustments being to maintain a stable or decreasing Consumer Price Index based on data collected by the Federal Government. Any such federal sales taxes taken in by the Federal Government are extinguished from the currency supply to keep the Consumer Price Index stable or decreasing and are not utilized for further funding.
(8) Article 1, Section 8, Clause 1 of the U.S. Constitution is amended to read as follows: The Congress shall have Power to collect customs duties on imports and exports, uniformly applied throughout the United States, and to provide for the Defence and general Welfare of the United States.
(9) Article 1, Section 8, Clause 2 of the U. S. Constitution is rescinded.
(10) The adoption of this amendment does not prohibit the use by the citizens of the United States of any alternative currencies they should choose to use in their private or commercial transactions, provided both parties to the transaction agree to the medium of exchange.

Peter Westwood
Peter Westwood
1 month ago

Regrettably this writer is lost in the centuries old paradigm equating “money” with real value, arguing their points according to the diktats of the “money” system (interest rates, investments, pensions, government gilts, borrowing etc ad nauseam).
So long as our species allows those that control the fake “money” to set the parameters of discussion within the playing field and rule book they have written our species will forever be lost in the fake reality that renders us powerless to alter the course of human history and seek a different future.
For any kind of future we most of us care to dream of to become more than a useless pipe dream humanity must break, utterly, that which sustains and nourishes almost every evil we care to mention. This begins with finding a new form of exchange between us, a form of exchange which by its very nature prevents the concentration of power in the hands of a tiny few vile conspirators and an entire and systemic pyramidal control structure of which “money” is the dark and sustaining energy.
There is a box.
7.5 billion of us must think outside of it……

Steve Chappers
Steve Chappers
Reply to  Peter Westwood
1 month ago

Absolutely right. Money is our greatest enemy! It was originally imposed on humanity as the perfect means of control–and hasn’t it done a great job of that over the centuries?!
It is the root of all evil’
People should check out a little book,( if it’s still available,) I read a few years ago–Windfall Of The Wise, by Max Speed–good name, you’d see it on roads!
It is written very simplistically, but perfectly illustrates how, with the will to achieve it, humanity could go from strength to strength if it eradicated money.

Peter Westwood
Peter Westwood
Reply to  Steve Chappers
1 month ago

Just ordered the Windfall. Looking forwards to it. Thanks.

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Format
Reply to  Steve Chappers
1 month ago

Actually, use of money arises naturally anywhere commerce exists to solve the problems inherent with barter. And money itself is not the root of evil, rather it’s the LOVE of money.

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Jayna Dinnyes
Jayna Dinnyes
1 month ago

IMPO (In My Prayerful Opinion) if (If!) England is in
great financial trouble it’s because the Monarchy is robbing
its people blind. It’s in total control of making all the decisions.
The queen was the wealtiest woman in the world.
When Christian King Charles II came to the English throne in the 1600’s
he began to murder all the true Bible believers who were NOT Christians.
It has taken a very long time but now King Charles III now rules in 2022.
WHAT WILL HAPPEN NEXT? I post publicly and freely on MeWe.
ETERNAL LIFE BLESSINGS FOR YAHWEH’S SAINTS!

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