The Atlantis Report: The Greatest Supply Shock to Cause Global Recession

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The Atlantis Report
Premiered May 18, 2021

The world is now facing the gravest economic and social downturn in Modern Times.

We are now entering a period of a global crisis that will change the world for a very long time to come.

China has become a relevant player in the world supply chain, and production and demand problems in China are spread worldwide through direct and indirect channels.

The supply chain shock would be felt across the world.

The European Union, The US, Japan, Canada, and all the major Asian countries would feel an immediate supply chain shock from China.

The supply chain disruptions will become more prevalent in the weeks ahead as the warehouses are drying up.

Lots of businesses, firms, and industry sectors shall drop in productivity, and some may become inoperable.

This is going to be a reset of the 1 in a billion type scenarios. A perfect storm basically. What people don’t understand about this is that all supply chains will be destroyed.

Ever had that one part you can’t get, and the entire machine becomes worthless?

The chain (in this case, the global Chinese supply chain); Is only as strong as its weakest link.

It doesn’t matter which link it is. If one breaks, the chain fails. This causes either a delay or the end of the chain.

If the chain becomes fractured, (multiple breaks in the chain), then the time required to repair is extended, or the chain ends.

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