Simon Black: ‘Experts’ Broke the World but they’re Rapidly Losing Power


‘Experts’ broke the world. But they’re rapidly losing power…

Simon Black
July 15, 2022

It’s rare to find someone, anyone, who has yet to witness, hear about, or directly experience the devastating consequences of the supposed leadership that ‘experts’ have unleashed on us over the past few years. They have engineered and mishandle crisis after crisis after crisis…

The world over, from California to Sri Lanka, people everywhere are suffering from their incompetence.

Western Europe is on the verge of a major energy crisis; the 4th-largest economy in the world (Germany) is dimming its street lights lights and thinking about firing up its coal power plants (previously considered UNTHINKABLE!) because they’re running out of energy.

Even in Texas, which could be considered the world’s 10th-largest economy by GDP, the independent energy grid is so fragile that power companies are remotely turning down people’s home thermostats to save on energy supply.

We have also just seen a leaked hour+ video showing the ‘authorities’ in Uvalde, Texas– fully armed law enforcement professionals– ignoring the literal screams of dying children only a few dozen feet away. Instead they texted on their phones and sanitized their hands. You know, because of Covid. I guess that was the priority.

All of this is an utter indictment of how pitifully our experts and authorities have betrayed us. In short, the people in charge broke the world.

But the good news is that their reign of ineptitude is rapidly coming to an end.. That much is obvious. And even better, there are a lot of solutions and technologies on the horizon that could make this all go away relatively quickly… just as soon as they get out of the way.

You can listen in to that discussion in today’s podcast, which you can access here.

Source: Sovereign Man


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