From Treasuries to Treason: Financial and Political Shenanigans

In the realm of finance, the recent decrease in treasury yields has raised eyebrows. Despite the expectation of a massive increase in treasury supply due to potential deficits caused by a recession, yields are going down. The treasury market, sophisticated as it is, seems to be predicting a recession and lower growth and inflation expectations, hence the increasing demand for treasuries. The relationship between debt to GDP ratio and treasury yields is also under scrutiny, with the argument that even with increased supply, demand can outweigh supply and keep yields low.

In the corporate world, UBS CEO Sergio Ermotti’s recent announcement of a potential “rescue” for his bank has sparked discussions about the impending collapse of the global Ponzi scheme backed by the US dollar reserve currency. Precious metals expert Bill Holter questions who will bail out the central banks, as they have blown up their balance sheets and have no ability to save anything. Meanwhile, U.S. Steel has issued layoff warnings to 1,000 employees of its Granite City, Illinois, mill, citing indefinite idling of iron and steelmaking operations at the facility.

In the sphere of public opinion and scientific evidence, concerns are growing regarding corporate influence on science and conflicts of interest within the scientific community. The tactics employed by tobacco companies and other industries to manipulate public opinion and discredit scientific evidence have been highlighted. Similarly, the Council for Inclusive Capitalism (CIC) is centralizing major corporations and governments into a network that prioritizes ideology over profit, forcing corporations to use their platforms to indoctrinate the masses with propaganda.

In the digital world, a whistleblower has revealed the activities of the Cyber Threat Intelligence League (CTIL), part of the Censorship Industrial Complex. The documents describe the genesis of digital censorship programs, the involvement of military and intelligence agencies, and the use of offensive techniques such as sock puppet accounts. Meanwhile, code snippets for website design, functionality, and content, covering HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, continue to be developed, including metadata and links for elements such as advertisements, video players, and social media sharing.

In the realm of health, Dr. Paul Marik, a critical care medicine expert, has published a pamphlet on the role of repurposed drugs and metabolic interventions in treating cancer. His research suggests that simple lifestyle and dietary habits can significantly reduce the risk of cancer, and that deficiencies in natural compounds such as Vitamin D significantly increase the risk of cancer.

In the political sphere, Rep. Clay Higgins, a Republican from Louisiana, claimed that there were at least 200 FBI agents disguised as Trump supporters present during the January 6, 2021, protests at the Capitol. This aligns with the statements made by Jeffrey McKellop, a former Special Forces soldier and government contractor who is currently being held as a political prisoner. Higgins further alleged that the FBI had infiltrated online chat groups and social media accounts discussing objections to COVID restrictions.

Finally, the issue of people being fired for expressing their political views, particularly in relation to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, is gaining attention. The inconsistency in the response to these cases is being questioned, with calls for the importance of free speech and open debate, and criticism of the trend of firing individuals for expressing dissenting opinions.

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