Squid Game Is Our New Normal

In a competitive society, not everyone wins. 

And, not everyone has a fair chance of winning. 

The same is true of most games. 

Now, put survival into the mix…

Squid Game speaks to a long-standing fascination with the idea of gamifying survival – similar to the many dystopian movies like The Hunger Games who pit the downtrodden against each other in battle arenas. If they lose, they die in terrifying and inhumane ways — all while a group of billionaires watch for their own voyeuristic pleasure.

Winner takes all, losers die, and participants have no choice but to play.

Surprise! We are all stars in the Squid Game World Edition, RIGHT NOW. 

The Director’s cut…

Innocence lost 

Of course, another theme from Squid Game is ‘innocence lost’. Sadly, also highly appropriate of our current reality. For people who are just waking up, and even those of us who are fully awake, it’s difficult to let go of yesterday’s hopes and ideals and we still cling on to those memories, although they are now about to be permanently eradicated.

In today’s video, Max Igan gives the following message, “You won’t find the truth on the Internet… I’m just trying to help you remember who and what you are. So we can stop doing all this ridiculous shit that we’re doing. The only reason we’re not free is because we don’t believe we’re free.”

Gunpowder, Treason, and Plot

So I guess this is my question to you today: If your life, and your kids’ lives, depend on it – how far would you go to survive? 

Desperation is what drives Squid Game’s participants to compete. And there are few things that make people more vulnerable, anxious and desperate than debt. Although debt won’t matter at all when you’re hungry and sheltering in the woods, picking off zombies and government robots with printed guns. 

All of which are apocalypse hacks that I share in today’s Lucy and Jeff Show – like “how to print your own bullets” and “which cryptocurrency the dark web might or might not start accepting soon”.

Little tips on how to buy your last turkey for the next few years – before you have to hunt down a wild one in the Canadian wilderness. Or be satisfied with drinking your Thanksgiving dinner from a bourbon tumbler. (Like I’ve been known to do on occasion)

Watch on: DollarVigilante.tv | Bitchute | Rumble | Brighteon

It is less than 100 days to Anarchapulco. If you’re in Kanada while Justin Castro is living it up in the Netherlands, you might want to consider joining the Telegram group @Escaping Canada. 

“You wear a mask for so long, you forget who you were beneath it.”

― Alan Moore, V for Vendetta

Jeff Berwick

Anarcho-Capitalist.  Libertarian.  Freedom fighter against mankind’s two biggest enemies, the State and the Central Banks. Jeff Berwick is the founder of The Dollar Vigilante and creator of the popular video podcast, Anarchast. Jeff is a prominent speaker at many of the world’s freedom, investment and cryptocurrency conferences including his own, the world's largest anarcho-capitalist conference, Anarchapulco, as well he has been embarrassed to have appeared in the fake mainstream media including CNBC, Fox Business and Bloomberg. Jeff also posts video content daily to DollarVigilante.tv, Bitchute, Brighteon, Odysee and 153News.

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