Backlog of 500,000 Containers in California Ports the Real Problem


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*OCTOBER 25, 2021NY Times:Consumer Goods Prices Rise as Manufacturers Grapple With Higher Costs.Higher costs caused by pandemic-related supply chain disruptions.REBUTTAL BY


Have you noticed how everyone who’s anyone in Fake News and Quackademia is now blaming the breakdown of the “Global Supply Chain” for the ever-worsening inflation we are experiencing? The snarling of the “Global Supply Chain”  — the “experts” say — coupled with  increased post-lockdown “pent up” consumer demand — has caused shortages and slowed deliveries. More demand AND less supply equals higher costs. Simple economics, right? Well, if that’s the case, then it should mean that as soon as demand stabilizes whilst we manufacture more stuff — we will see the prices of our steaks, eggs, milk, toothpaste etc. all drop just as rapidly as they’ve gone up in recent months, right? (rolling eyes sarcastically).

Yenta Yellen(cough cough) – Treasury Secretary & former Fed Chair – reassures us:“On a 12-month basis the inflation rate will remain high into next year, but I expect improvement (in the rate) by the middle to the end of next year – second half of next year.”Key word: “rate.” — You see, though the rate of inflation may come back down to an “acceptable” 2% (don’t bet on that either), the already “baked-into-the-cake” price increases will never roll back. That’s because the problem with the “Global Supply Chain” (a big factor of which has to do with California’s crazy anti-trucker laws) has got NOTHING to do with the debasement of our currency’s value. The “powers that be” understand this very well — but because their counterfeiting / loan sharking / market rigging crime syndicate that is the Federal Reserve System must be protected at all times and at all costs, “they” want you to believe that our current inflationary woes are mainly the result of some esoteric bullshit linked to the “Global Supply Chain.” 

1. Supply chain problems actually make a good case for the U.S. (& all nations) to change their over-reliance on the “global economy” and make more stuff at home, closer to the actual markets. // 2. California’s recently enacted labor and “green” restrictions adversely impact independent truckers — many of whom no longer wish to pick up hauls at California ports. // 3. The record backlog of container ships at California ports has got nothing to do with the “Global Supply Chain.” The stuff is arriving in port but there aren’t enough truckers present to quickly unload the containers, deliver them all, and then return the much-needed containers for reuse.

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The nonsensical article repeats the fallacy about “higher manufacturing costs” and “increased labor costs” having to be passed onto customers in the form of final retail inflation. That’s like saying that wet sidewalks are causing the thunder storms. Price inflation is actually caused by the Federal Reserve’s never-ending infusions of debt-based currency into the economy. This is being done via the banking system (residential & commercial real estate & mortgage refinance boom) and also through direct loans (bond purchases) to the government (Covid-related “stimulus,” payments to hospitals and individuals etc.) The bubble caused by this tsunami of credit had been previously limited to the stock and real estate markets — but now, everything is being blown up. Been to the grocery store lately?The eye-popping Monetary Base chart below was published by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. If “the paper of record” had any integrity, it would appear on its front page for all to see the obvious cause & effect linkage  between the production of debt money to fund “Stupid-19” and the inevitable increase in prices. It is the simplest darn chart you’ll ever see. Have a look — a good look. 


Fed lending to the member banks and the government put us on the artificial life support which kept the Obongo economy afloat from 2009-2016. The next great inundation of funny money — always through interest-bearing loans — came with the lockdowns.

We don’t know how much longer “the usual suspects” will be able to get away with blaming this frightening inflation on the Scamdemic’s effect upon the  “Global Supply Chain” . It truly is blood-boiling to have to read their blame-shifting bullshit. Here’s a sample, from the article:Slimes: The pandemic has disrupted nearly every aspect of the global supply chain — that’s the usually invisible pathway of manufacturing, transportation and logistics that gets goods from where they are manufactured, mined or grown to where they are going.
Rebuttal: “Every aspect” of the “Global Supply Chain” ? Seems to this reporter that the only broken links are at the massive ports of California (and, to a lesser extent, certain east coast ports as well)— yet not a single mention of the true causes of the unprecedented California backlog of nearly 500,000 essential containers!

Slimes: At the end of the chain is another company or a consumer who has paid for the finished product. Scarcity has caused the prices of many things to go higher.”
Rebuttal: So, it is “scarcity” which is causing prices to rise, eh? The doubling of the monetary base (at interest!) has got nothing to do with it?

In that case, frick it! We should print even more debt money — like (((they))) did in Wiemar Republic days. Let’s just hope that the political turn of events which comes out of this looming crisis will be similar to that of Germany 1932 — know what I’m sayin’?

Maybe something good will emerge from the coming “Dark Winter?” … Hey, I can dream, can’t I?



Boobus Americanus 1: I read in the New York Times today that disruptions in the Global Supply Chain are causing higher prices.

Boobus Americanus 2:  Yes. Global Supply Chain ….. doing bad. 
St. Sugar: Yet it doessn’t ever occur to Boobuss to assk why inflation always creeps up, year after year, decade after decade since 1913.

Editor: Never has something that is so simple to understand — when properly explained — seemed so confusing to so many people.

FEBRUARY 18, 2022

NY Times:
A World Away From Ukraine, Russia Is Courting Latin AmericaVladimir V. Putin seeks greater influence in the region.REBUTTAL BY


Regular readers of The Anti-New York Times will recall the numerous times we cited “The Grand Chessboard” by the late Globalist guru, Zbigniew Brzezinski(1928-2017). That’s the 1998 book in which the Deep State darling warned that the battle for world domination must be won in central Asia; and that a “truly massive external threat” (Al Qaeda) and that the “shock value” of another “Pearl Harbor” (9/11 false flag) could be the only things capable of uniting the American people to support increased engagement throughout Eurasia. Lose the central Asian pivot, lose Eurasia, then lose the world. That was the essence of his message to his fellow muckety-mucks. How right he was!

In that book, the putrid Polish-American professor who had been David Rockefellers sidekick and Jimmy Carter’s handler had this to say about what would happen in the Western Hemisphere if the Globalists failed to conquer Eurasia.


“In that context, how America “manages” Eurasia is critical. Eurasia is the globe’s largest continent and is geopolitically axial. A power that dominates Eurasia would control two of the world’s three most advanced and economically productive regions. A mere glance at the map also suggests that control over Eurasia would almost automatically entail Africa’s subordination, rendering the Western Hemisphere and Oceania geopolitically peripheral to the world’s central continent.” (emphasis added)
*The weakening of the Globalist position throughout Eurasia — due to Putin, Xi and, most recently, Trump — is indeed beginning to render already hard-to-control Latin America “geopolitically peripheral.” This Slimes articles whines about how Putin’s Russia is filling the power vacuum. From the bowels of Hell, the prophetic Brzezinski is agonizing over seeing his life’s dirty work all gone for naught — exactly as he had feared.

Brzezinski helped David Rockefeller establish the Trilateral Commission in 1973. A little-known Georgia Governor Jimmy Carter was picked from among the ranks of the new members and groomed for the presidency by Z-Big. // 2 & 3. In the Grand Chessboard, Z-big warned his fellow One Worlders that if the battle for Central Asian supremacy was not won decisively, the Americas would eventually be “rendered peripheral.”At the time during which Brzezinski wrote The Grand Chessboard, the project to unify the Americas along the lines of Europe seemed to be developing nicely for the Globalists. With “bipartisan” Congressional support, President Bill Clinton easily got the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) done in 1993 — and the scam took effect on January 1, 1994. The ink used on the original NAFTA hadn’t even dried yet when The Summit of the Americas, in December of 1994, proposed a 

Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA) — in essence, a southward expansion of NAFTA to include the rest of the western hemisphere.Negotiations to establish the FTAA eventually ended in failure when the states were unable to reach an agreement by the 2005 deadline they had set. Hugo Chavez of Venezuela led the faction opposing the Globalist scam. You see, unlike European Leftists — who are all totally subservient One-Worlders — a high percentage of the Latin Lefties — though certainly corrupt, vile and destructive in their own right — retain an anti-“Yankee” (“los Jankees”) independent streak.

1. 1993: The “bipartisan” treason of NAFTA // 2. Latin lefties Chavez and Castro — pro big government, yes —- but New York CFR-led world government? No. // 3. Elements of both the Latin Left (Chavez of VZ) and the Latin “far right” (Bolsonaro of Brazil) have resisted “American” (Globalist) pressures to submit to the New York-London Axis.For the Globalists, Latin America has never been a priority to the extent that Eurasia has. As Brzezinski said, if Eurasia falls into their hands completely (coupled with the mighty USA), then all of Oceania, Africa and Central / South America automatically fall in line. Russia’s “courting” of Latin America is therefore another indicator that the New World Order grand scheme of global dictatorship is in serious jeopardy, if not already dead.

The article explains:“The flurry of personal diplomacy directed at Latin America by Mr. Putin during the most high-stakes period of his tenure often builds on ties that go back to the Cold War and sheds light on the global nature of his ambitions: to exert influence even on faraway regions. He is stepping up engagement and building ties to an expanding swath of the Western Hemisphere — including to countries, like Brazil and Argentina, that have traditionally been close to Washington.”Do it, Vlad. Do it!

Though the NWO unification plot may be unraveling, the corresponding cancer of cultural Marxism is alive and well. In the long run, killing that will be an even greater challenge.

“Russia is working to expand its presence in Latin America, largely at Washington’s expense, and 2018 presents it with many opportunities to do so. Five Latin American countries—Cuba, Venezuela, Colombia, Mexico, and Brazil—are going through political transitions this year with multiple openings for Russia to meddle.”

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Boobus Americanus 1: I read in the New York Times today that a Putin is courting South America now.Boobus Americanus 2:  It seems that Russia is on the march worldwide. *St Sugar: All of Russia’s deals are bilateral — none of this regional union bullsshit!Editor: Since the early days of the “BENELUX” trade bloc, the Globalists have used multi-lateral free trade deals as a baited hook.Chip-in to help the site grow.

Comment: U.S. shoulda been allies with Russia aeons ago.

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