Sorry, But There’s Nothing Left To Inflate

For those that wish a more easy to understand template for what is happening to the financial markets of the nations today, and also just what inflation causes and what its eventual result in all cases must be, we must try and metaphorically consider the so-called “economy” as a ballon. Some may say it’s a bubble, or that it is full of sector-based bubbles like the exploding and then imploding tech bubble not so long ago. Remember that now president Trump, in his pre-elections speeches, declared the whole economy to be essentially the result of a massive “bubble” about to burst (paraphrase). Now he uses those same, insubstantial bubbles to declare that his administration has improved the economy. But so would any president of any corporation take credit for this scheme. It’s just business. And the king must have his pretended glory.

Please understand that for the organized criminal element of the commercial government, banks, and its institutionally stock-owned corporate, commercial world, inflation is a wonderful tool. It works! For them…

But Confuses say: that which inflates must also deflate. Well, not really. But I’m sure that’s what he would say. What goes up must come down, etc.

The problem with deflation is that, unlike inflation, which pumps artificial value (form with substance) into the “economy, deflation represents the destruction of both that artificial value plus the actual (market) value as it deflates back to nothingness it was built upon. In other words, the foundation of the market is not inflated, only the overhead space above it, so that the market appears stronger than it is. But when the deflation hits, it takes the foundation down with it. In sound engineering and editing we might call this as compression. To create inflation, first compress the foundation, then bring it back up so that its “volume” is louder but not necessarily of any more substance.

So let us now consider the ballon. What is actually happening to the ballon with inflation? It is not that more air (substance) is being pumped into the ballon, it is that inflation squeezes and tightens the ballon to the point where it appears to expand, and is then tied off. What remains after the tie is the True effect of inflation of the form, which is deflation of the substance. This never-ending cycle of the cause and effect of pumping in false value and then pumping out Real assets (as value) is called reflation. Once the initial inflation happens, and the necessary compression and detraction of deflation results, each new cycle is a reflation.

But what is reflation?

Reflation is the process of that squeeze and tie off of the ballon, until eventually only a small part of the balloon is actually inflated, the rest lying dormant and without substance. The ballon is compressed, leaving even more empty form, and that compression expands the lie that is the appearance of wealth and prosperity. The “economy” (compressed ballon) appears to be just as large as it was 10 years ago, and yet even bigger from completely unsubstantiated “growth” (false valuation). But the fact is that it’s only the elasticity of that ballon (economy valuation) that has now been squeezed so extremely tight that all the real or actual value of the original substance is so low as a percentage of the balloons’ actual value (substance) compared to the injected filler, the false value (form) caused by inflation. In other words, the economy is full of hot air. It’s like a 10×10 foot box that is filled with Styrofoam all to hold and protect a single, minuscule small coffee cup. And I think most people at some level deep down already know this to be True.

The problem we are seeing today is that these current attempts at reflation are having none or little effect on the actual market, because most of that small amount of actual market valuation is already a result of the inflation process. In other words, there are no ice cubes left in the glass to float when the glass is filled with water. There’s no more room or elasticity to inflate and crimp the rubber walls. And any newly infused inflation does not cause the actual value to increase anymore, just remain stagnant. The growth is artificial, no longer effecting the bottom line. There is just not that much actual wealth left to prop up. The ballon is so tightly squeezed that its about to pop.

So what does our current economic ballon basically look like? It looks like this massive, overstretched air bubble at the very tip of the ballon, while the majority of the actual balloon is completely depressed (deflated). The real wealth has already been extracted, leaving a bubble unrooted to any foundation.


Are you grasping the metaphor?
Can you see where there once was inflation, now there is devaluation (depression),
while reflation causes it to appear the same size in form without substance?


Oh, and here’s what the “tech bubble” looked like in 2007,
Only you have to imagine the empty tail of this stinking rat to go on another 10 feet!

Awe, how cute. I’m Joe public. All I really see is a cute little ballon animal.


Meanwhile, so as to extract all of the public wealth out of the public sector
and into the hands of government and corporate money-changers,
here we see a behind the scenes look at the real movers and shakers of these bubbles.

That’s a bed of nails, in case this isn’t clear.


But don’t worry. Be happy!
For as your entire wealth and prosperity is being drained
like a bunch of hot air from this economy you love so much and have gambled
your whole life and retirement upon, government is allowing other types of
legal glass bubbles that are enjoyable for one and all…

 These stylish bubbles are guarantied to make your
half-gram or 1-ounce investment get you feeling even higher as well,
at least, while the effects of the bubble last.
Note: resealable baggies can be blown up like bubbles too!
I also enjoy bubble wrap.

And Congress says:
Be a doper or a crackhead, your choice. Just stay out of our business!
Meanwhile, let us suck your investments funds dry
like a delicious, artificially flavored Slurpee from 7-11
so that we can continue on with the war on drugs.


In conclusion, we are being exposed to two types of extremely mind-altering bubbles here, and it may very well come to pass that only the users of the second type may not feel the need to kill themselves or even notice the economic depression that will happen because of the first type. It’s a correction, they tell you. We must correct the inflated markets. Duh! You inflated them, assholes, with the intent of stealing any actual wealth, replacing it by toxic-debt-instrument-backed pretend reflation, and now you are playing Captain Obvious?

This is not a confession by these organized criminals, mind you, just a bit of business-as-usual, social programming-based disclosure that our public psychological tests show most people will just sit back and watch it happen. They will even speak of it as if it’s normal, or as if they know how and why it happened.

What’s so damned funny about this little practical joke called the market economy is that all that wealth, all that real estate, all those foreign exchange certificates and bonds, all those precious metals, and all of every other possible asset made contracted or incorporated and thus redeemable since the dollar got turned into the worthless fiat shit-show it is today, the dollar of course being the most extreme example of an over-inflated bubble imaginable, has all but been removed from the value markers of all these investment and debt instruments. In other words, if the stock market crashes tomorrow, the truth of the matter is that if all stocks went to $0.0, this should not effect in any way the actual corporate structure of that which the stock supposedly represents. The stock and its value is so distant, so detached from the actual company and its business dealings and earnings, that everything could just crash go on as usual, except that the stock market would be gone.

But it’s not that simple. Here’s the real problem: The only way for governments and corporations to make profits and gains is to invest in stocks, bonds, and other debt instruments. On paper, at this moment, a corporate stock may be trading at and therefore artificially valued $100.00 per share. But that’s only if you are holding the stock itself. To realize that price, the holder must do one of two things. Sell the stock, or use it as collateral, as a false equity, so as to acquire the value of that stock in the form of a loan against it. For if one institutional holder sells the stock, this may trigger others to start the same sell-off, bringing the completely artificial market price of the stock and the market itself, which represents the artificial bubble based on the artificially reflated prices with nothing of substance backing them, into what we are entrained to call as a crash, as if it was an accident the could not be avoided.

But make no mistake, my fellow debt-slaves. When this happens, every time it will happen and has happened in the past, this is nothing more and nothing less that exactly what by now you should have figured it out to be, a well-orchestrated extraction of trillions of dollars of wealth from all of us by replacing real assets with paper ones. This is not a correction, it is the greatest continuous wealth exchange in history. It is the virtual selling of all public assets and shareholder control to government and corporations (institutional investors). It is the communistic takeover of the entire economy and public and private wealth. It is the final flight of the phoenix burning to the ground and emerging as that New World Order we all love to drone on about but never do anything about.

Remember. It’s all a practical joke. It was designed to fail, because failure to us is access to them. Try not to take it so seriously. It’s just fiction in the end.

Thank you for attending this Red Pill Sunday School once again.

Look out for my next post, here, which will be a large section of my 2nd book, titled for this blog as:

Replacing “God” With “Logos” – The Most Unholy, Logical Fallacy

Just in the final editing now, coming in at over 125,000 words so far, and certainly designed to both enlighten, cause unwarranted controversy, and generally piss you off like only I can with the Truth, not to mention keep you busy for a while.

Until then, fare thee well brothers and sisters. Why not grab a lawn chair, a bong or fruity cocktail, and an oversized umbrella so we can watch the best shit-show on earth together, the completely staged, global economic meltdown, sponsored by the Congress of the United States and its investment strategy and stockholder portfolio that most of you have no idea even exists. But why learn now that governments own all corporations by ownership stock holdings in those companies while also passing all the laws that give those corporations license and permit to be total dicks? The deed is done, and so if you’re a nationalist you should be happy about this. For the corporation nation that is the commercial “United States” along with its United Nations partners is about to take control of the entire economy in one fell swoop. That’s what stockholders receive, for they won’t be selling but buying what you and your agent sells. And what care does government have if its economy crashes if in the end it stands collectively with the other governments of the world as the majority owner of the entire corporate structure and the almost totally privatized public infrastructure?

I think I’ll go watch The Corporation Nation (15 parts) and The Great Pension Fund Hoax again for posterity, and to say: see, I told me so.


–Clint richard-son (
–Tuesday, October 30th, 2018