The divergence between stocks and bitcoin keeps widening, which I predicted months ago. The S&P 500 makes new highs every week now, also as I predicted.
Anyway, saw this post go viral
The Subreddit /r/Collapse Has Become the Doomscrolling Capital of the Internet. Can Its Users Break Free?
Regardless politics, both sides seem to be in agreement that society is irreparably an fundamentally broken.
2020 saw a major spike in homicides in the US, probably thanks to to a combination of BLM protests and Covid. Hooray for diversity.
The strong stock market and GDP notwithstanding, subtle signs of collapse and decay are everywhere, that don’t even make headlines. Many stores and restaurants no longer accept $50 and $100 bills. Social trust has gotten so low, presumably due to counterfeiting and other crime, that cashiers don’t keep enough cash at hand for fear of being robbed, to break large bills even if it’s a $15 purchase and I’m using a $50 bill. So in other words, they are forfeiting business because they are too incompetent to keep enough change at hand. It’s worse than the hyperinflation Peter Schiff is always talking about…you cannot even spend the damn things.