Joe Biden thread

unit414

Robin
I am not sure if there are many countries that are better, particularly in one category. America may have the most good and most bad, pound for pound of any country, probably barring tribalist and failed states.

If you are from Northern Europe and have been raised in modernity, it's more likely than not that any path to Christianity that presents itself will come by videos produced in America. It is a country with a larger, but likely dwindling remnant. There is virtually no remnant in Britain, Sweden, Belgium ... and next to no kindling.

You can take the 'based' countries of EE, increasingly awash with all forms of pornography and modernisation (with less money). And it is ingrained in many in EE to operate economically in pure self-interest, the product of which is evident. Maybe Romania is OK with it's 40% church attendance compared to 2-3% in The UK. Poland, despite its pros is awash with as much late-liberalism, again with less money.

I am now living under Sharia law. If you told me so even a year ago, I would be like - what da?!? But now I am left wanting the Sharia, as it isn't implemented much and the signs of liberalism are everywhere.

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One of the rulers had two sons. Both died from drug overdoses, one in the midst of a multi-day meth-fueled orgy with expensive ladies of ill repute, which he bought on the back of selling women's clothing to men.

I've been in Ankara. The center is the second worst place I have been too in the world. The worst is Kruezberg, Berlin. Ankara Center - Kizilay - is awash with grubby, untrustworthy rouges with pink and blue, bull-ring piercings, Slipknot hoodies, Lil' Pump swagger, tattoos. Quite similar to Colombia. There is a pervasive spirit of grimy animus. Erodgan is out of his depth. Juicing the economy has come at the cost of tradition.

Most countries have streamed their women into the universities, for economic reasons. As Russia brutally enacted reforms in the 1600s to compete with Europe's economic prowess. The middle-class men of these countries are none the wiser. They don't realise how much that alone will change their country. Many of their daughters will throw of the hijabs if they haven't already. Iranian men with a bit of money are sex tourists in Malaysia and Indonesia. Those who can't are likely addicted to lewd material.

America was the last country that could have stood against globalism. That's over now. But it's the only country that is providing fuel for the global remnant. I am not much of a theologian, but I believe it gets pretty thin towards the end.
Very interesting analysis and recap of the state of the world outside of America. Sad to hear about Turkey. Years ago I was there for some months, and I thought it was pretty traditional and based for the most part. But I can definitely see that if the country has become more secular, and bad western influences have taken root, the men there would definitely become sex-obsessed and degenerate in general. Just as they were in the days of the Tripoli and Barbary pirates, when their thing was kidnapping White Christian women and girls from all over coastal Europe to use or sell as sex slaves. In recent years I have heard stories of how bolnd, western women are harassed endlessly when they are touring or on vacation in Turkey. Certain ethnic and religious groups (like American blacks) need to be tightly-controlled. If they are given too much freedom, their genetic high T, lack of discipline and poor impulse control will ensure they behave in less than civilized ways.
 

unit414

Robin
Biden is a cuck of the highest order. I commented today in another online forum that if tomorrow China invaded Taiwan, Biden would not take any substantial action. I believe he would NOT confront them militarily.. He would be afraid of offending Chinese-Americans... or possibly would simply be too preoccupied with honoring the one year anniversary of George Floyd's death or getting our embassies overseas to fly gay rainbow flags. Not to mention the fact that he and his no-good son received some serious money from China... a story our media cannot be bothered to cover.
 

Easy_C

Peacock
True, but he always has been a cuck. The bizarre combination of mega-cuck and extremely short tempered, faux “tough guy” act.

Thats why My name for him is “King Boomer”. The dude’s personality is the penultimate Boomer personality.
 

MRAll134

Pelican
Biden is a cuck of the highest order. I commented today in another online forum that if tomorrow China invaded Taiwan, Biden would not take any substantial action. I believe he would NOT confront them militarily.. He would be afraid of offending Chinese-Americans
The Chinese have tonnes of dirt on Biden. From shady business dealings to pornography (Hunter Biden) to investments in Biden's businesses, they own him through and through. If China invades Taiwan, Biden will not do a thing and the U.S. military would be in total chaos.
 

Johnnyvee

Ostrich

Well, if this doesn`t lead to high inflation, I don`t know what will! I don`t know what the best hedge, or investment strategy is either, but at least holding cash and T-bills is a major no, no. Gold, silver, commodities, (whether physical, ETF`s, stocks and indexes etc.) crypto and certain financial instruments like in the video below might be good strategies. Depends on your situation and what you want to achieve I guess. I don`t live in the US, so I can`t get a feel for what the price development is like on for example consumer goods, but I find it hard to believe that they are not increasing substantially.


 
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fiasco360

Kingfisher
Orthodox

Well, if this doesn`t lead to high inflation, I don`t know what will! I don`t know what the best hedge, or investment strategy is either, but at least holding cash and T-bills is a major no, no. Gold, silver, commodities, (whether physical, ETF`s, stocks and indexes etc.) crypto and certain financial instruments like in the video below might be good strategies. Depends on your situation and what you want to achieve I guess. I don`t live in the US, so I can`t get a feel for what the price development is like on for example consumer goods, but I find it hard to believe that they are not increasing substantially.


They are.

My grocery bills aren't just inching up - I'm paying 20-30% more for meat.
 

Jamal D

Robin

Well, if this doesn`t lead to high inflation, I don`t know what will! I don`t know what the best hedge, or investment strategy is either, but at least holding cash and T-bills is a major no, no. Gold, silver, commodities, (whether physical, ETF`s, stocks and indexes etc.) crypto and certain financial instruments like in the video below might be good strategies. Depends on your situation and what you want to achieve I guess. I don`t live in the US, so I can`t get a feel for what the price development is like on for example consumer goods, but I find it hard to believe that they are not increasing substantially.


Always focus on cash flow and redistribution of that cashflow to diversify in my opinion. I think mutual funds at this point in history is a terrible mistake to be in. Maybe ETFs if you are able to trail stop them, but then again...that is not an investment, that is a trade.

Personally I have spent last year getting into Crowdlending, Gold Miners and Dividend Stocks in my my own currency. I am heavy on Crowdlending with good underlying security, and it yields about 8-9% per year, but I am not sure that options is available in the US. Still 60% in cash, but I am not a US citizen but Norwegian.

For each "investment unit" I invest in dividend stock I also set aside one unit in cash to buy at a lower price if those opportunities come, and I am mentally prepared that my portfolio will lose 50% of its worth, but I then have the cash to average down or extend my portfolio even more.

It is kind of scary that you have to be in the market this time to not lose your buying power... That in itself is a pure bubble- concept. It will be very crowded when the bids are lost and everyone wants out.
 

eradicator

Peacock
Gold Member

Well, if this doesn`t lead to high inflation, I don`t know what will! I don`t know what the best hedge, or investment strategy is either, but at least holding cash and T-bills is a major no, no. Gold, silver, commodities, (whether physical, ETF`s, stocks and indexes etc.) crypto and certain financial instruments like in the video below might be good strategies. Depends on your situation and what you want to achieve I guess. I don`t live in the US, so I can`t get a feel for what the price development is like on for example consumer goods, but I find it hard to believe that they are not increasing substantially.


I don’t think that leads to inflation:

it is BORROWING money not printing it up or even raising interest rates. This is not a case of “money printer go brrr”. It is “ let’s borrow another ten trillion dollars next year”,
 
Would be interesting to find out what percentage of Americans of Polish descent attend service weekly.

High by Catholic standards in the US but it does not take many of them long to lose the faith, literally or figuratively. Some of the gayest young people I’ve ever met were Polish-Americans, including with families from small cities and villages back in Poland.

Maybe my sample is biased because I went to “elite” universities but “Abolish ICE”, “Medicare for all” and “Czarny piątek” (Polish totally love abortion feminists) types are numerous, even when both their parents were born in Poland and oftentimes they came over as infants or were born soon after the parents’ migration to the US.
 

Grow Bag

Kingfisher
High by Catholic standards in the US but it does not take many of them long to lose the faith, literally or figuratively. Some of the gayest young people I’ve ever met were Polish-Americans, including with families from small cities and villages back in Poland.

Maybe my sample is biased because I went to “elite” universities but “Abolish ICE”, “Medicare for all” and “Czarny piątek” (Polish totally love abortion feminists) types are numerous, even when both their parents were born in Poland and oftentimes they came over as infants or were born soon after the parents’ migration to the US.
That's interesting. Here in the UK the mass Polish influx after they joined the EU greatly boosted church attendance. However, my trips to Poland, often traveling with the diaspora, it became apparent that the poz is gaining a grip. Even the Polish that have memories of communist rule have little resilience to the more sophisticated degenerative forces the West brings to bear on them.
 

Papaya

Peacock
Gold Member
I don’t think that leads to inflation:

it is BORROWING money not printing it up or even raising interest rates. This is not a case of “money printer go brrr”. It is “ let’s borrow another ten trillion dollars next year”,
But all that “borrowed” cash gets put into circulation devaluing each $. Im no economist but it seems that is the definition of inflation.
 

eradicator

Peacock
Gold Member
But all that “borrowed” cash gets put into circulation devaluing each $. Im no economist but it seems that is the definition of inflation.
There is no increase to the money supply. It’s no different than if you or I apply for a few thousand credit cards all of them have a 100billion dollar credit limit and you get approved for all of them and start spending and not paying off any of them.

That is what our federal government has done for the past few decades
 

Papaya

Peacock
Gold Member
I get your point but the ”supply” of easier money definitely has an impact on costs in key industries. Look at what happened to cause the 2008 crisis. Easy credit drove housing prices up ( flush cash and low interest rates doing it again now ) Similarly the costs of college education skyrocketed because it could. Like I said. Im no economist but it seems to me that asymmetric upward price pressure on just one or two key industries is enough to trigger a chain effect.
 

Johnnyvee

Ostrich
I don’t think that leads to inflation:

it is BORROWING money not printing it up or even raising interest rates. This is not a case of “money printer go brrr”. It is “ let’s borrow another ten trillion dollars next year”,

I don`t know, the people that lend out the money just type whatever figure on a keyboard though. It depends on where the money goes of course. It must lead to inflation somewhere, but not necessarily in consumer goods, that`s true. Often the inflation will end up in the asset market and the housing market, as the people who get the new money are invested in these areas of the economy. So it will end up lining the pockets of the rich as usual. I think that the consumer goods inflation will really amp up if you just give people on the street (so to speak) money to spend. This might be the next move also, universal basic income and so on.
 

unit414

Robin
Biden is a gutless punk. In the past he was quite the little racist... until he wasn't. Of course the media gave this almost no attention, and blacks mindlessly voted for him just as they were told to.


(I realize this factoid is probably already in this thread somewhere).
 
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