“Despite that, I would say things are looking pretty good long-term for those of us who refused the vaccines et al. The rest of the year will be turbulent, but I think that after the mid-term elections things may stabilize a bit. I think that is part of the plan. After that, the results of the great culling will start coming in, and will come in for decades. The primary result will be 10-20% fewer people on planet Earth, which—though achieved by murder—will have its upsides for those of us left. I expect the housing market to cool way off, for instance, due to a glut of existing housing. It will quickly go from a sellers’ market to a buyers’ market.” (Miles Mathis, side note in paper titled Charles Dickens)
I am not one to feign moral superiority over anyone, so I am not repeating these words to defame Mr. Mathis in any way. His outlook is practical, and I think (I do not know) spoken by someone who rents and had trouble finding housing when he left Taos, New Mexico. It sounds as if he wants to buy in to the housing market.
I, on the other hand, am a homeowner, and my first thought on reading these words was “Oh no, our house value is going to go down.”
“Where you stand depends on where you sit.” (Rufus Edward Miles) (No relation.)
PS: I learned about this from John le Bon – the Georgia Guidestones have been destroyed.