Author Jim Pugh has produced a theologically-grounded political history of the United States that seeks to explain the true history of US constitutionalism and corporatism.
The interview with Pugh provides an overview of this multi-volume history and how it relates to the Trump presidency, FEMA’s authority established in March 2020 and formalized on July 4, 2020, the November 3, 2020 US Presidential Election, what this means for the recent inauguration, and why the DC federal capitol grounds have been so heavily guarded since mid-January.
When I predicted the economic apocalypse would begin for the US this month, I said the stock market would rise euphorically after the Fed raised its interest target. Rise it did. Steeply, too. I also said it would fall shortly after. Fall it did. Quickly, too. Now I’m saying the Epocalypse is here.
Just as I stated that “the rate at which the market goes up now is a measurement of pure euphoria,” by the same token, how quickly that euphoria falls off indicates just how far down the downside is. If you have ever floated in the ocean and felt yourself unexpectedly drop way down with the water, you know that means a huge wave is coming up right behind you.
“Particularly watch out,” I warned, “if the euphoria cools quickly because, after more than a year of concern over what would happen when stimulus ended, there is a lot of relief the bulls would like to celebrate. If the euphoria cools quickly, it’s likely to mean things are ready to go down hard and fast.”