It's easy to mock their new Prime Minister, but there is nothing funny about the shocks coming at the British economy.
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.
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. [🔒]
Populism rises as currencies fail. And the world's enormous debt-load means there's plenty more to come.
I heard someone say that the biggest career opportunities are in programming computers and programming people.
Monetary systems are hard to care about until things start going obviously wrong.
Boris Johnson's illicit booze, illegal cakes, and other dramas distract from the United Kingdom's dire economic future.