The Latest South American Domino, Fuel Frustrations in Iran, and the Agricultural March Toward Paris
It's been a good minute since I dropped a blog so I'm gonna get down to business. Here's the latest and greatest....
It appears that Chile is the latest South American nation that is in the middle of economic upheaval. I've written extensively about the U.S.-inspired coup that's underway in Venezuela in previous blogs. Venezuela is in the crosshairs of the US/China/Russia because of its outrageously plentiful oil reserves. Bolivia has also experienced similar uprisings and riots thanks to dictator President Evo Morales attempts to subjugate his citizens with draconian laws. The Bolivian people responded by forcing Morales to resign and exile himself to Mexico. I heard through the grapevine that Bolivia was another American coup production. For those who wondered why the U.S. would meddle with Bolivia's government, you have to remember that Bolivia still cranks out tons of cocaine on a monthly basis. The revenue from all this blow is probably the only thing that's delaying the complete economic collapse of the U.S., but I'll discuss this on a later blog. Chile's current riots can be blamed on social and economic inequality. Chilean President Sebastian Pinera has enforced martial law across the nation to keep the riots under control. As in many western nations, the majority of Chile's wealth resides in the hands of a small minority that would rather juggle Ebola vials instead of sharing it with the people. Plus, if you factor in the stagnant wages and the rising costs of private and public services that are driving the Chilean people into debt, you have a huge recipe for disaster.
In the latest episode of WWIII: The Pregame, the PTBs have driven fuel prices in Iran through the stratosphere (via U.S. sanctions). As a result, the Iranian people have expressed their displeasure by rioting in the streets of Tehran and other major Iranian cities. The Iranian government has "allegedly" shut down the internet in the country to prevent news of the riots to leak out to the West. According to various news sources, protesters are getting slayed and murdered by the dozens. Iranian president Hassan Rouhani is doing his best to maintain a media and internet blackout in order to prevent the U.N. from getting wind of the excessive carnage. The chaos caused by inflated fule prices are just another example of how the PTBs are softening up Iran in order to make its upcoming invasion a tad bit easier once it's officially greenlit.
In France, farmers all across the country are driving their tractors toward Paris to protest the sharp reduction of agricultural wages. French president Emmanuel Macron continues to alienate French citizens with his shitty economic policies that are legally fleecing their wallets. Now it seems that French farmers are feeling the pain and want Macron to experience it too. France is the largest agricultural producer in the EU. If the French farmer protests continue for an extended period of time, the rest of the EU will most likely experience an astronomical leap in food prices. This type of event would most certainly bring the EU to its knees and make an already fragile union obsolete.
Until next time, stay safe and vigilant out there!!!