America's Financial Sector Rooting for Unemployment Spike
If you found out that there were actual giant, multi-billion-dollar forces manipulating the jobs market, how would you react? For most Americans, the answer to that is a slight shoulder shrug. This is known because America has existed as an economy that's been openly tampered with for many years now, and no one seems to care. You can rile people up over police shootings, or certain politicians being elected. The mainstream corporate media can convince Americans to wear masks and to go burn down private property. Though when it comes to Americans being upset that their entire economy is controlled and manipulated by outside forces, it's just a shoulder shrug, with half of the nation literally not even caring or thinking it's a bad thing.
In fact, these people would argue, to your face, that it's "fascism" unless corporations meddle with employment figures. That's honestly where The United States of Gaslighting is at as of 2023, and so huge corporations admitting they're going to harm the jobs market doesn't result in any ire from Americans.
Of course, some Americans are angry about it. They go and protest, and shout on social media, and these few people are quickly called fascists and banned from protesting and posting. Yes, the people who want to get the billion-dollar corporations out of the market are the ones called fascists. You can go see this happening everywhere; it's something that cannot be made up as fiction. The Federal Reserve (Fed) has openly claimed that they want to spike unemployment rates, costing millions of Americans their livelihoods, because they believe this will help boost Wall Street's gains by lowering inflation.
So, if you're in America, the Fed, along with other huge, multinational corporations are at this moment tampering with the economy, and the average American is busy role-playing as some wartime activist in 1943, preaching about how bad Hitler is. Yes, Hitler was horrible, but it's 2023, not 1943, and Americans need to wake up to what's happening to their economy right now. BlackRock, Vanguard, Apple, Walmart, and other huge corporations are intentionally toying with the economy because it benefits their stock holdings. The Fed has a plan to force businesses to close, with the help of a compliant government, and they openly and outwardly brag about wanting to do this.
Unemployment numbers have been a pure lie for literally three years. The federal government was caught red-handed in a scheme that cooked the books by only declaring people drawing benefits as unemployed. This left over ten million people out of the unemployment report, and it was all so a political party polled well in the eyes of the public, to help their elections. And Americans just didn't care; they slightly shrugged and went back to yelling at each other about who the real fascists and racists were.
The corporate media has the American people more polarized than at any other point in history, and America is getting very close to going into a recession so deep that it may bring the entire global economy down with it.
According to the Fed, if they can force businesses to close and get another few million Americans to lose their jobs, this removes money from the economy and makes it scarce. When money's scarce, Wall Streets investments shoot back up through the roof, and inflation theoretically starts to fall. So while your politicians are bickering about insulin prices and who the Speaker of the House is going to be, they have no plan whatsoever to fix inflation. The Fed and private sector does have a plan, however, and that plan is to literally force millions of Americans into poverty and starvation.
It's Never Been a Clean Market
America's economy has never really been clean, at least not in recent memory. The last time Wall Street and the Fed joined forces, it resulted in a subprime mortgage crisis that nearly flung the entire planet into a depression. For a brief moment, Americans did band together and voice their disapproval. Occupy Wall Street was born during this era. However, as soon as the corporate media replaced that slogan with "Black Lives Matter," Americans started fighting each other instead of fighting the huge corporations.
The fact here is that unemployment numbers are going to grow if the Fed has its way, and hardly any Americans are paying attention to what's going on around them. They're too busy fighting about mythical fascism and drag queens, and they're not paying attention to an economy they have zero control over.