It's easy to mock their new Prime Minister, but there is nothing funny about the shocks coming at the British economy.
Western sanctions harm Western economies much more than their intended targets. The mainstream news doesn't tell us that our leaders risk crashing the global financial system. That makes the Superbubble newsletter more necessary than ever.
The world is aligning around the Superbubble view. Even Vladimir Putin is aboard the bandwagon—talking about the end of the US dollar as world reserve currency, and the transition to something new. Here are highlights from his speech at SPEIF …
War and sanctions are splitting the world. This page lists indications that the world's major producers of energy and manufactured goods are attempting to overturn the post-WW2 political – and monetary – order.
The ongoing devaluation of Western currencies is bad for the working poor, holders of 'paper' assets … And very good for those who own 'real stuff'.
High inflation is often presented as something 'no-one could have seen coming'. This is not true. Years of 'superinflation' are the only way out of the Western debt Superbubble.
Economic realities can help us understand the war in Ukraine and what happens next [🔒]
The non-Western world has refused to sanction Russia in response to war in Ukraine. And so far, re-configuring trade relationships has strengthened Russia's economy and currency.
The EU is leading efforts to destroy the Russian economy. This does not help Ukrainians and will likely accelerate the events Superbubble anticipates: the transition to a new monetary order.
Putin's war in Ukraine dominates the news. Western politicians respond by intervening in financial systems they don't understand. [🔒]