How Nations Fall

Backroom insolvency and storefront ministrations, ubiquitous well wishes – for appearances, you and I will work it out.

It isn’t over until the closing bell – our pinkies’ glancing final touch when our hands separate – and market forecasts syncopate to fallen leaves battering the glass front of the building’s first four stories. Never again to linger outside the ground floor entrance, checking my reflection awaiting your arrival, eight more closed locations leave me reeling, let them hope this stops the bleeding, and we’ll remain, shying away from press conferences.

Now it’s all gone and a squint of my eye though years have passed, shows what only you know.

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Edit 5/4/21 (Sorry to those who may have added this one up for themselves):

To understand the poem, think of a nation as the storefront. When governance goes too far catering to business/financial interests, “they” learn all their time in office was only about the private economic interests agenda – if governance themselves aren’t complicit in orchestrating the guaranteed corruption.

Though the poem says it best, this 23 page excerpt from the Common Cause Indictment (2nd download at top) naming the Federal Reserve is something you could bring to court (if they’d ever hear your voice – not a corporation not a voter).

Offering a macroeconomic analysis of the modern global economy, making clear an orchestrated effort to undermine the infrastructure of every nation that has the worth of their currency decided at regularly renewed fractional reserve valuations as a part of an international consortium of reserve banks, where removing the marker “reserve” from foreign currency increases debt owed by the nation whose currency lost the marker. -Learn how this scenario created the EU economically before the EU was established, and now the same protracted strategy is uniting the markets of Canada, the US, and Mexico into one “pre-North American Union” economy.

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