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The Options

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About 24 hours from now we will know for sure whether the “kraken” is coming – or never was. In the case of the latter, which seems likely, we had better get ready – intellectually and actually. “We” being anyone who is likely to become a target for Joe’s special attention – which means, in practical terms, anyone who isn’t a parasite, or who wants to be let alone when it comes to personal choices such as whether to join a government-mandated religious movement. Parasitism relies on the parasite producing. Fleas can’t suck the blood of a dead cat. Put another way, they cannot take what you do not make. So make less. Own less. Reduce what you earn to what you need and shrug the rest. Become po’ – by choice – which is preferable to

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About 24 hours from now we will know for sure whether the “kraken” is coming – or never was. In the case of the latter, which seems likely, we had better get ready – intellectually and actually. “We” being anyone who is likely to become a target for Joe’s special attention – which means, in practical terms, anyone who isn’t a parasite, or who wants to be let alone when it comes to personal choices such as whether to join a government-mandated religious movement.

Parasitism relies on the parasite producing. Fleas can’t suck the blood of a dead cat. Put another way, they cannot take what you do not make.

So make less.

Own less.

Reduce what you earn to what you need and shrug the rest. Become po’ – by choice – which is preferable to being made po’ by the likes of Joe.

You’d be surprised how rich you can be.

A person can live quite comfortably on not much if they give up the American Life to which most of us aspire or have been taught to aspire to. This encompassing a “nice” house in the suburbs and new or at least late-model cars in the garage and the rest that goes with – and which usually requires becoming a kind of high-class serf working for a McCorporation.

It was increasingly untenable before hypochondria was weaponized – the average American being deeply in debt and preserving the illusion of middle class affluence only through the miracle of revolving credit. It is now a hopeless situation for millions.

The jobs aren’t coming back – but inflation and higher taxes are.

In a few months from now, we could find ourselves paying $10 for a pound of ground beef and $5 for a gallon of gas. Which you may only be allowed to buy if you have joined the state religion and can present a membership card in the form of a vaccine certificate and are wearing the required religious garb, the Holy Face Burqa.

But don’t worry; you’ll be earning $15 per hour, courtesy of Joe. Or paying that to the people you currently employ for $8 per hour. Whatever we earn per hour may be worth next to nothing, even before they take most of it.

There is increasingly less point in having employees or earning money because of how much of it they take. And how much they make you pay.

Eric Peters
Eric Peters is a freelance car/bike/political columnist. He escaped the corporate-owned media Big Boys years ago. Without the censorship of the corporate tools

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