Could the ending of the stock market free humanity?

Sounds a bit radical doesn’t it? Well just hear me out.

I’ve talked before about real markets – what a market correction should look like in real markets (you can read it here: Link). I am a layman – not a banker – I have no interest in pursuing banking as a career. I’m just saying what I see. Argue with me in the comments if you like – I’m happy to be corrected!

Ok, so you are Mr Tesco (which is a chain of supermarkets in the UK), and you are running a huge corporation which is stock market floated. Your share price is what decides who invests in you or divests themselves of your stock. It’s that simple. If you make lower profits, your stock price goes down. If you make more profit, you pay a higher dividend, and stock prices go up. You are therefore REQUIRED to expand and expand and expand.

Tesco have done this by getting into the catalogue shopping market, almost seeing Argos off the High Street, at one point. Tesco have done this by getting into clothing and appliances (although to be fair, they used to produce clothes when I was a kid, so this is hardly new). They also screw, and I mean screw their suppliers until the pips squeak. They treat their staff poorly, pay them poorly and so in effect they create a downward spiral wherever they set up shop – they are so profit motivated that people are less important to them than those profits and the rich shareholders. What do I mean by a downward spiral?, Well, when times are hard, as they are now, they will cut quality, cut payments to suppliers, cut staff number, wages or perks. They’ll do everything they can to please those shareholders.

Corporations like this are like sharks – they must move forwards or they will die.

Mr Tesco

Ok, now, say you are running a limited company – you are not stock market floated. Perhaps you are Mr John Lewis who sells quality items in fashion, furniture and food (although that is a partnership, which is not what I’m suggesting is necessary). But, whatever, you are running a business where you aren’t beholden to providing a dividend to shareholders – this could be your local hardware store, or your local small chain of tyre and exhaust suppliers, or a national chain like John Lewis – anything like that.

Well running a business like that, you aren’t relying on constant expansion. You can employ staff as needed, and even in a downturn you can keep staff on, and reduce profits if needed (to maintain your service, to keep customers happy, or just to ensure that the staff have the security they need to send their kids to college). You don’t have to expand endlessly, you don’t have to try to put your competition out of business in a price war – you can beat them on customer service, you can beat them on quality. You can expand when times are good, and you can contract more slowly and in a more considered way if times are hard for a long while. You can choose – you are in control, not the shareholders.

Now, I know you’re saying – but what about pensions!? What about investing in stocks for my old age?! Well, where has it got you? Are you secure? No, you certainly aren’t! Do I have an answer to that for you? No, I don’t. But if we carry on as we are, we are circling the drain. We’ll never get out of this – never be able to go back to living on enough, while we are being sold the moon on a stick to draw us this way to Mr Corporate Wolf, or that way to Ms Corporate Swine – it won’t work – it’s created nothing but boom and bust! And the bust this time is going to be catastrophic. Unless you are Mr Rothschild and his banking cronies, who are going to mop up every business, every dividend – your pension? I’m sorry, that was lost in the great crash of 2015…

circling the drain

Plan some other way. Have a family! Have a second business you can run from home in your old age – something to bring in some extra dosh. Invest in rentable property. Do anything but stay in a volatile will-o-the-wisp market which is growing faker by the day.

I don’t have all the answers – maybe you can help out with those – leave a comment if so!

God Bless you

Lis

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Banning cash – the FT gets behind the New Age to push modern Nazism

Oh yes! Those evil fiends want to remove our right to privacy in our financial transactions. Do you know what it costs a small business to accept a credit card payment? Last time I saw, it was something like £1.48! For the non-profit where I saw that sign, this is a huge dent.

Here’s a snippet from Libertyblitzkrieg

“….the Financial Times publishes an article titled, The Case for Retiring Another “Barbarous Relic.”  When you start to see increased propaganda about banning cash, you know the status quo is very scared and things are getting very serious. You’ve been warned.” (read more here: Link)

Oh yes – well let’s take a quick look at Constance Cumbey’s book, the hidden dangers of the Rainbow. This is where Constance is comparing the bible to the New Age authors:

Dangers of the rainbow snippet cCash will be banned.

This is part of the great ‘religious movement’ towards a one-world government, a one-world religion, and total oppression of the masses.

We must not consent.

God Bless you

Lis

I own my house, but I still pay rent…

It’s called council tax. I don’t really own my house, do I? I understand that services have to be paid for, but I also know that I cannot reduce my bill by not using services. It’s a form of legalised (rather than lawful) extortion.

Next!

Well with the advent of new laws (Link) proposed in California, which would require adults to be vaccinated or face jail, this begs the question – do I own myself?

If I don’t, at what point did I sign a document to say I rescind my right to self-government? I don’t remember doing that. In fact I’m pretty sure I would have remembered a Faustian pact like that.

Was your grandfather or father called up – conscripted – during the first or second world wars? The same issue applies – we don’t own ourselves, except that we do.

We MUST assert our rights, and refuse on every ground (and there are lots) to allow things we believe to be wrong to be foisted on us, our children, our homes, our schools and our churches.

I believe that the reason the state has got so handy at taking kids away from parents is to prepare them for just such laws – how many will dare to refuse if they face losing their kids if they refuse vaccination?

(I recommend that you don’t sign them over to the state in the first place (Link))

Instead of allowing this over-reach by government, we must HOLD DOCTORS FULLY LIABLE THEMSELVES. A few class actions from parents, just for the distress caused by having their kids forcibly vaccinated is a good start.

vaccine ingredients

We must use the tools we have, and resist, resist, resist, at every turn this walk down the dark alley to oppression.

God Bless you

Lis

Slavery – the state of modern man

…and woman.

So, you have a job, and you are working 40 hours a week. My neighbour has a job like that, after two years of unemployment. He’s very happy. Yet, he’s told me that he has to go to bed at 8pm every night because the job is very physically demanding. Even after a couple of months, he is still exhausted. I worked out that he now has a total of 20 hours per working week, awake, in which to wash, prepare his lunch for the following day and have something to eat.

He’s a slave.

Oh no? You, like many, might think that he’s earning good money. I suspect the job is at minimum wage, and that after he’s paid his council tax and utilities, he’s still got a good wedge left for leisure activities, which he now has very little time or energy for.

If you HAVE to have a job to earn BANK NOTES (which aren’t real money), so that you can pay for goods and services which you cannot avoid (like property tax), you are a slave. If you don’t believe me, try not paying your council tax, and you will find you don’t even own the house you paid off the mortgage on, in full. They will take it.

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Women’s lib was not about freeing women, it was the usual satanic pact, where we women were duped into swapping our lives for something depicted to us as being more glamorous, at huge cost to future generations. In those days, had you told a woman that her decision to work full-time would have devastating knock on effects for her grandchildren, she would have listened, I think. Today, women would say ‘what grandchildren.’ Women think slavery is freedom.

boa mural
This image, from the Bank of America – this is one of four murals they commissioned (because they make so much money off your money). You can read an analysis of the images here: Link. I see the woman in this image as isolated, she is the feminine, and she is imprisoned. She is a puppet on strings which stretch up to the black sun – an occult symbol.

In fact the idea of women’s lib was to get more people paying tax and destroy, for once and for all, the concept of full empoloyment. In the 1960’s in the UK, you could, so I understand, walk out of one job in the morning and be hired again in the afternoon somewhere else – full employment means one thing – worker power. When you have full employment, people are happy, confident, and have enough money. When you destroy that, you create uncertainty, fear and a sense of lack. You create poverty in both fact and in prospects.

If you create a society where endless immigration and the outsourcing of jobs makes getting a job like musical chairs, well, some people are going to be unemployed. But if you are unpemployed you are a real nuisance to the state, because you cost so much, sitting there in miserable poverty. Oh yes. But don’t look at the other column of the balance sheet, will you? Don’t look at how Amazon.co.uk has never made a profit, yet has a turn over of millions of pounds every year. Don’t look at how they destroyed highstreet book shops that actually paid taxes, will you? No. Don’t look at that. And whatever you do, don’t look at tax avoidance. No.

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Real freedom is not available in the so-called free world. In the United States, you cannot legally live off grid on your own property. You have to have municipal water and electricity attached – why? Well maybe it’s because they want to bombard you with RF radiation from the smart meter, or maybe it’s because you will be forced to earn actual (fake) money to pay the standing charge for the connection alone (whether you use it or not).

What is the answer to all this. If you are government, it is to lie, to propagandise, to allow banks to continue to steal the wealth of individuals – your campaign contributions rely on it. If you are a citizen, it’s time to pray to God.

I have experienced God’s providence so many times. I have had money arrive just when I needed it. I have been blessed by His generosity, and somehow, there has always been enough to pay the utilities. I am thankful to Him for that. God is the creator of all things – money is not hard for Him to bring you. You must be willing to work – whether that is as a housewife, or as a gardener, or in running your own small business (there’s a lot of freedom in that, even though you still have bills to pay) – you don’t have to be doing the 9-5 unless that is what you choose. God Blesses us in ways we sometimes don’t realise until afterwards.

Rely on Him.

God Bless you

Lis