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June 16, 2021 | Biden & the Corruption or Just Klaus Schwab?

Martin Armstrong

Martin Arthur Armstrong is current chairman and founder of Armstrong Economics. He is best known for his economic predictions based on the Economic Confidence Model, which he developed.

Biden overruled his staff to lift sanctions on the Nordstream 2 pipeline against all the Build Back Better agenda of Klaus Schwab. Some people are wondering if the Russians have something on Joe? They cannot imagine the guy who ran on the environment would flip and go against his own staff. The word behind the curtain is that they are beginning to see that they cannot cut off fossil fuels and to shut that down, more than 10% of the German people could die from the lack of heat. You have to dig deeper.

In its latest Monthly Oil Report, the IEA called on OPEC+ to increase production in order to counter higher demand in 2022. Some politicians are getting cold feet and realize that Klaus Schwab has gone way too far. This is the feedback we are getting. Schwab seems to be relying on our models and is now warning about rising civil unrest and he has been proposing crackdowns upon the people and lockdowns to force his agenda through. Schwab is very clever. He is using the civil unrest to say they are angry because of the lack of equality so we need his Great Reset to impose a communistic-like state where you will own nothing as he says.

As I have said before, this Great Reset will fail. You cannot change the economy like this in two years or less. They are running out of time. It would not surprise me if we start seeing the WEF itself under siege. It will not take long for the people to figure he is the source of this crisis. He failed to realize that these crazy Marxist ideas of his will not just put his life at risk, but that of his wife as well. This will not end nicely for his agenda. His ideas of “equality” do not mean he will surrender his titles and wealth – only everyone else.

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June 16th, 2021

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