Comment: Shortages.

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There are other good posts here on what to expect so I shall focus simply on what I see as the game plan of the elites.

The central banks will continue to issue credit (QE) at an accelerating pace. The consequence will be burgeoning balance sheets for the big banks while long term interest rates continue to fall. This will cause severe pain in the SME sector of the economies of the world as their long term liabilities increase with the falling interest rates.

Many of these businesses will try to survive by selling off inventory and firing staff but will eventually go belly up and be swallowed by the mega corporations. This will cause a dramatic short to medium term deflation in consumer durables and other goods distributed by SME companies but an increase in the prices of anything sold by the big corporations especially food and energy.

The failure of so many companies will result in massive unemployment and the resulting foreclosure on homes supported by the workers' earnings. There will be a further extreme fall in real estate prices except in the up market homes for the very wealthy who will continue to benefit from the depression.

The decline in incomes will mean less support for credit so bankruptcies will increase. The big banks will continue to prosper from the bond market manipulations and have no incentive to issue credit to SME's or individuals unless they are very well secured. These banks will continue to consolidate their industry and decrease the number of banks available to the consumer. The banks will begin to form rental corporations to rent out the properties they are sequestrating. The government will be under pressure to provide housing benefits to the impoverished former property owners to meet the rental payments.

This will provide a guaranteed cash flow to the banks who will support this move. More power will move to the centre and States will be compelled to concede land to Federal agencies for housing development to meet the demand for low rental housing. This will be provided by the big construction corporations who by then will have swallowed up the SME builders.

The increase in fuel costs will result in breakdowns in supply lines as SME transport corporations fail and during the interim while they are being reorganised into divisions of the big corporate transport networks there will be shortages of every kind. This will also have the effect of putting upward pressure on prices of consumer perishables.

As you can see my underlying thesis is that the central banks will keep on issuing credit that will be used by the big banks to consolidate their industry and destroy the capital of SME businesses that are targeted for takeover by the big corporations that are controlled by the same people as control the big banks. If one follows the outcomes of this activity then the future picture will unfold. It is important to keep in mind that these events will take time to develop and it is in the interim that the pain will be felt at ground level. This is why it is advisable to keep a store of food and fuel to bridge that gap.

The goal of the oligarchy is to force people to accept their final model of government by depriving them of the most basic necessities for a long enough period of time to convince the majority to acquiesce in their plans.

"Jesus answered them: 'Truly, truly, I say to you, everyone who commits sin is a slave to sin. The slave does not remain in the house forever; the son remains forever. So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed.'" (John 8:34-36)