The End Of An Era? Part 1
Is this the end of the US Empire? Here's the truth on what's going on!
Listen listen, I’m probably going to advertise this Subs post as something that will completely change your world view. If you’re here it’s probably because you fell for it, LOL. Truth is, it probably won’t. All you’re getting here is a well traveled man’s perspective on the current state of the west and more importantly the glue that holds it all together, The United States of America.
Warning: English is not my first or second language.
Earlier this year the US officially withdrew from it’s war in Afghanistan. Wow! A war ended? This is great news right? That’s what I used to think, but now I know better. Ending a war is a great thing but how you end it is as equally as important. Especially if you’re the greatest military the world has ever seen. If you’re fighting against a weaker enemy that waged ‘total war’ against you and you retreat without defeating them. No matter how logical your excuses sound, it wont matter. You will look weak and lose tons of influence. Everyone will think you didn’t have the guts to do what was necessary. If you want a slightly similar example take a look back at the Achaemenid Persian Empire vs Ancient Greece.
The Donkey Show
The tragic withdraw from Afghanistan revealed a deeper problem within the United States. The all too familiar problem of incompetent leadership. The deeper you dive the deeper it gets. The problem seems to expand in all sectors of the American structure.
The Federal Reserve - Lies to the American people on a daily basis about inflation rates, what it will do in the future etc. Leaving the average American no way to properly plan for the future. Right now they claim the inflation rate is 6% but we’re most likely at 10%-30% inflation and they won’t admit it. The situation is beyond repair and people will suffer.
News Media Organizations & Influencers - Lie to the American people on a daily basis and frame the news a certain way to make them fearful and angry, brainwashing them into hating one another. Yes, I consider the reframing of news to seem like something it’s not A LIE.
Justice System - Seems to be holding up except for elite exposing things like Epstein etc..
Military - Highly competent professionals among the lower ranks but politics seems to overtake merit on the road to the higher ranks. Leads to the donkeys leading lions scenario. I’ve witnessed this myself. Pain.
Regional Stability - Ignoring Mexico and US media blackouts in places like Haiti. Mexico shares a border with the US and last year was one of their bloodiest (link) Drugs are still flooding the US, cartel wars are non-stop and they are raking in billions. Yet, not a peep about it besides a one or two articles. Haiti is a 1hr flight from Miami and is being taken over by different gangs with brand new guns and ammo and no one seems knows how they got the funding. This has been going on for the last 3 years but not a single word from the US media about it until their president got assassinated. That event was so crazy it forced them to cover it. US news media seems independent when covering internal things but seem to somehow march lockstep when it comes to most international things like its coordinated. It’s an interesting thing to observe. A Few months ago The 400 Mawozo gang in Haiti kidnaped 17 US citizens for ransom and nothing was done about it.
(top) 400 Mawozo gang, Haiti (Bottom) New Generation Cartel, Mexico
Tech - Still on top Not much to say here besides the microchip issue…
The Bright Side
China, the USA’s top competitor is a house of cards. Their whole system is built on a series of lies and deception. That being said, it would be interesting to see how they survive an information attack from the US. Where we just feed their population the truth about everything lol. In China, much like the old Soviet Union they are more focused on appearances than actual substance. Example headline: “ China Surpasses the US Navy”. They claim that they have more ships than the US Navy and they do, but when you start pealing some layers off and take a deeper look you quickly see that their ships are cheap and inferior to their US counterparts. This story pretty much explains most of China (link). Looks like it.. Barks like it.. But it ain’t it… So no I don’t see China surpassing the US anytime soon. It’s not that easy to trick guys like me.
Europe is pretty much a conglomerate of stagnant countries that don’t really do much. Let’s be honest, you don’t know wtf they do either… It seems very difficult for them to create elite entrepreneurs, I don’t know why that is… I don’t find the study of current day Europe very interesting so ill leave that to you anon. I do love F1 tho.
Yes the next 10-20 years seem pretty dark for the US but dark in a very dystopian cyberpunk sense. Their economy is declining, their media is broken and president is asleep at the wheel but the tech sector seems to be alive and booming. Interesting combination. The divide between the tech rich and poor is about to be something history has never seen.
While the US seems like it’s in the process of taking a huge hit. The rest of the world doesn’t look any better. I can’t foresee any other country taking the throne. That means the leadership incompetence might continue. Individuals and tech conglomerates might be forced to start their own economies. Government issued money might become a thing of the past. Is this the end of “countries” as we know it? I don’t know anon, only God knows.
Welcome to the new age.
Writing this for you made me hungry please send Shekels so I can buy food. 30% inflation is killing me! Don’t make me resort to robbing Rolexes anon!
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