End Of The US Empire: Orwell’s 1984 ‘Newspeak’ & Dirt Cheap Gold
Authored by Egon von Greyerz via GoldSwitzerland.com,
The final phase of Empires normally ends with the same signals whether it was 2000 years ago in Rome or today in the US.
One of the first signs is losing wars together with excessive debts, deficits, devaluations and decadence The US being defeated and hurriedly fleeing from Afghanistan in a few days clearly signifies the end of the US empire.
The mighty US military has in the last few decades conducted disastrous wars against very small countries with no big armies or weaponry. Vietnam, Iraq, Libya and Afghanistan come to mind but there are many more as we show below.
Brown’s University has just made a study of the US cost of wars since 9/11. They arrive at a staggering $8 trillion and the loss of 900,000 lives .
So in the last 20 years, the US has spent $8 trillion or 40% of annual GDP on conducting totally unsuccessful wars. The report also states that even after the exodus from Afghanistan the US is still involved in wars in over 80 countries.
US CURRENT WAR ACTIVITY
The cost of being involved in some kind of war activity in 85 countries will continue to cost the dying US empire dearly for decades to come.
1984 IS HERE AGAIN
Are the 2020s going to be a return to Orwell’s 1984 with Big Brother watching us everywhere?
Well, it certainly looks like many governments and the elite is leading us in that direction.
Covid has been a superb excuse for controlling the people in a number of countries. Free speech has been banned in the media and unacceptable censorship is now the rule on social media whether it relates to vaccines, climate or race.
“Don’t you see that the whole aim of Newspeak is to narrow the range of thought? In the end we shall make thoughtcrime literally impossible, because there will be no words in which to express it.”
― George Orwell, 1984
But it gets worse as we are seeing severe clampdowns on free movement. There are lockdowns, quarantines, restrictions or bans on travel both domestically and internationally, ban on shopping, restaurants, theatres, cinemas, stadiums with offices and schools closed. And then we are not allowed to see friends, parents, or even go to work. The list of restrictions is endless and they seem …read more