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Many Sellers Realize That The Best Time To Sell Was Last Year

A report from International Business Times. “‘Until recently, not many people thought that housing was in a bubble,’ Tabitha Mazzara, Director of Operations at mortgage lender MBANC. But Dallas Fed researchers recently noted ‘abnormal US housing market behavior,’ ‘reasons for concern,’ and calling housing prices ‘unhinged from fundamentals.'”

“Kirby Scofield Broker, Owner of Scofield Realty, isn’t concerned. ‘No, we are not seeing any slow-down, simple Supply and Demand economics,’ he says. ‘The rates aren’t factoring the premium over an appraised value that is pricing people out by cash on hand. We just had one at the average price, and even when the rate went up and the client was scared, the lender came back and said it raised it $40 a month. That’s nothing vs. the $50k over appraisal just to win the bid on the home.’ That sounds like the housing market back in 2006-7, shortly before the housing market crashed.”

From NPR News. “Here’s a not-so-fun fact: The monthly mortgage payment it takes to buy the typical home in the U.S. is now up by a staggering 55% compared with the start of last year. That’s because of the dramatic rise in mortgage rates in recent weeks on top of price gains in the hot housing market. Back when Nick Cacciatore, who was looking last summer in Tampa, Fla., mortgage rates were under 3%. ‘It added like $700 a month in monthly payments,’ he says. ‘I mean, a ridiculous amount just from the interest rates.’ And that doesn’t even factor in the big gain in prices over the past year as he’s been trying to buy a home.”

“In the Seattle area, Alex Bacon and her husband are getting ready to sell their very small starter house, which they bought about five years ago. It was all they could afford, and it’s directly under the flight path of Seattle’s airport. ‘I’m just off the end of one of the runways, so the air just smells of jet fuel,’ she says. ‘I can’t have people over for a barbecue because every time you have a conversation, you have to pause for 30 seconds in the middle of your thought,’ she says, because a 747 is roaring over her backyard.'”

“‘We’re starting to see rates around 5%, and I’m just so afraid that if they get too much higher, we won’t be able to afford the house we want up there,’ she says.”

From Redfin. “‘When will it end?. This question has repeatedly flashed across my screen over the past several weeks, sent by Redfin colleagues. The ship is still facing north, but some flags can be seen waving in the periphery, telling us that a cooldown is taking shape. In pricey coastal areas including Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle and Boston, fewer people are starting online home searches, touring homes with real estate agents and applying for mortgages than this time last year.”

“Tours of for-sale homes in California have dropped 21% as of March 31 from the first week of 2022. In both Los Angeles and Orange County, the number of homebuyers who applied for a mortgage dropped 18% year over year in February, and in both San Francisco and San Diego the drop was 13%. ‘Even though the market is still driven by huge demand and a lack of supply, we are seeing a slight slowdown,’ said Los Angeles Redfin manager John Underwood. ‘Rising rates have pushed a few folks out of the market. We’re starting to hear from sellers who want to get their home listed before summer because they feel like we’re nearing the peak of the market.'”

The Globe and Mail in Canada. “As tens of thousands of people opt to plunk down deposits and sign contracts to buy a condominium unit before construction has begun, those close to the industry say many of those have no intention of ever buying the finished product.”

“‘A lot of people are buying on the assumption they are going to assign,’ said Sundeep Bahl, salesperson with Re/Max Real Estate Solutions, referring to the unregulated market where buyers sell or flip pre-construction contracts to another party. ‘As soon as they sign up their first question is: ‘Is there an assignment clause?’ A lot of people are just speculators in the market,’ he said.”

“‘I know people who are buying 50 and 20 [pre-construction condos], they are going to assign them,’ said David Feld, a real estate lawyer and entrepreneur who works with the True Condo Team, who specialize in pre-construction condos. ‘I’ve done it twice myself [flipped an assignment] and I have three more coming … three I’ve given deposits on.'”

“‘January and February it was extremely busy, we did 8-10 [assignment flips] in one month,’ Mr. Bahl said. ‘Some of those people were making $200,000 to $300,000 more than what they paid.’ But Mr. Bahl warns that anyone buying today may not find the same pot of gold if the market cools. ‘If they assign in the next two-three years, are they going to be able to make $300,000 more? That’s an assumption that hasn’t been tested.'”

From Newshub New Zealand. “An expert says the housing market is unlikely to crash despite prices experiencing their largest quarterly drop in more than a decade. ‘I think what we are seeing is a correction where we’ve had these massive increases over the last 12 months, those areas that have had the biggest increases are showing the biggest correction,’ GV general manager David Nagel. ‘I don’t think we are going to see the bottom fall out of the market.'”

“QV senior consultant Blake Ngarimu said the stats showed a continuing fall in the market. ‘It’s now more evident that Wellington is becoming a buyers’ market. Developers are reducing asking prices and properties are sitting on the market for longer and typically selling below or at asking price,’ he said. ‘It’s a clear indication that the higher interest rates and tougher lending conditions, coupled with the increase in supply, are having an impact on the market. There has also been a significant increase in listings, giving buyers more options.'”

The Daily Telegraph in Australia. “Sydney home sellers ‘still have their heads stuck in 2021’ despite a slowing property market and growing hesitation from buyers, one of the city’s top buyer’s agents has revealed. PK Property director Peter Kelaher revealed in a widely distributed email to clients that buyers may not be able to get great bargains until later in the year because sellers still expected huge prices. ‘That means a lot of failed auctions, both on the day, and pulled before auction dates,’ he explained. ‘A-grade stock is still going extremely well … anything that is compromised in any way, which I call C-grade, is getting smashed,’ the buyer’s agent said.”

“His comments came as a glut of new properties have streamed onto the market ahead of Easter, with this week’s 1554 scheduled auctions marking the biggest weekly volume of auctions this year.”

The Sydney Morning Herald. “Commonwealth Bank’s head of Australian economics, Gareth Aird, said potential interest rate hikes would weigh on sellers’ minds more than the upcoming federal election. ‘Sellers would be aware we’re on the cusp of a rate hike cycle. I would imagine people would like to sell their properties before rates start going up because there will be buyers out there who expect prices to be lower, and they would like to be ahead of that before it happens,’ Mr Aird said.”

“He said a pull-back in property prices was all but guaranteed at this point, with growing consensus among experts and the market alike. ‘If a lot of would-be buyers wait for prices to drop, then they’ll invariably drop. Buyer’s attitudes towards where they think prices will go is a very good driver of where prices go. It becomes a collective mindset.'”

“BresicWhitney chief executive Thomas McGlynn said the two long weekends at the end of April were bringing many listings forward. He said many sellers realise that the best time to sell was Spring last year and want to capitalise on whatever momentum is left. ‘The big question is going to be what is the appetite going to be post-Easter when we know when the election is going to be?’ he said.”

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  1. ‘The monthly mortgage payment it takes to buy the typical home in the U.S. is now up by a staggering 55% compared with the start of last year’

    Oh dear…

      1. “In hugely expensive San Jose USA, that means, “Hello Condo CRATER!”

        Bend, OR Housing Prices Crater 22% YOY On Soaring Inventory As Desperate Sellers Slash Prices Double Digits

        https://www.movoto.com/bend-or/market-trends/

        As one Bend broker observed, “Now that everyone is desperate to sell, all the fraud will be laid bare for all to see.

  2. ‘I know people who are buying 50 and 20 [pre-construction condos], they are going to assign them,’ said David Feld, a real estate lawyer and entrepreneur who works with the True Condo Team, who specialize in pre-construction condos. ‘I’ve done it twice myself’

    Ima runnin – with scissors!

    I had to check the date on this a few times. This will end well.

    1. you have to read the f’in True Condo blog entries … Just manipulating the condo market out in the open.

      These guys are not professionals – they are master manipulators working with the condo builders.

      In Canada, they have a thing called numbered companies (think of LLCs in the US) but less tax ramifications. So they can get all the benefits of the manipulation without the risk of recourse (all mortgages by banks are recourse) causing bankruptcy.

      I think i told a story a while back about a distant relative that left his very good chemistry job (Masters education) to sell real-estate with his mom. He makes about 3x what his previous compensation was.


      Before going public with sales, builders will first usually offer units to friends and family. Then, they’ll start working with platinum agents—there are about 100 in the GTA, myself included—to continue to move inventory ahead of the official launch. Pricing in these two phase is typically the lowest you’ll find, and so it makes sense to get in early to maximize investment potential.


      By getting in as early as possible, you’re not only saving money, you’re buying time. The unit won’t be ready for several years, yet you’re already benefiting from price appreciation–and you’re doing so without having the responsibilities of a landlord.

  3. ‘anything that is compromised in any way, which I call C-grade, is getting smashed’

    Wa happened to my red hotcakes Australia?

    ‘Even though the market is still driven by huge demand and a lack of supply, we are seeing a slight slowdown’

    John has his talking points.

    ‘Rising rates have pushed a few folks out of the market. We’re starting to hear from sellers who want to get their home listed before summer because they feel like we’re nearing the peak of the market’

    It was last year John. But do head for the exits, it’s amusing.

  4. ‘I’m just off the end of one of the runways, so the air just smells of jet fuel,’ she says. ‘I can’t have people over for a barbecue because every time you have a conversation, you have to pause for 30 seconds in the middle of your thought,’ she says, because a 747 is roaring over her backyard’

    That plus it’s a dump Alex.

    ‘We’re starting to see rates around 5%, and I’m just so afraid that if they get too much higher, we won’t be able to afford the house we want up there’

    The matching purple hair and shirt is a nice touch Alex.

    1. “That plus it’s a dump Alex.”

      Looks like a 60s mold heaven.

      “The matching purple hair and shirt is a nice touch Alex.”

      It’s a dead bedroom, right Eli? 🙂

        1. it’s always amazing how a little elbow grease really affects the overall look of something:
          a car, a house, a person. just a little effort, some nice accessories can make a world of difference.

          like in this case, mowing the FREAKING LAWN before the NPR reporter arrives!

    2. The plan is to work remotely and be able to afford a bigger house

      You can’t even put on decent clothes or mow the lawn in preparation for a photo interview. Good luck with “The Plan”.

      BTW, is that asbestos siding?

  5. ‘The U.S. pharmaceutical and biotechnology company Moderna Inc. on Friday issued a recall in Europe involving 764,900 doses of its COVID-19 vaccine “Spikevax” after contaminants were discovered in a vial.’

    “The lot is being recalled due to a foreign body being found in one vial in the lot manufactured at the company’s contract manufacturing site, ROVI,” Moderna and Spain’s ROVI Pharma Industrial Services said in a joint statement.’

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/moderna-recalls-764900-covid-19-vaccine-doses-after-contamination-found_4394113.html

      1. It looks like it’s time to buckle down and get ready for a seemingly endless shortage of everything – auto parts, medications, appliances, cell phones, clothing, tools and more. Isn’t offshoring most of our production great?

      2. This comment says it all:

        “Half of this is about sending a message that “You might get away with sanctioning Russia but do it to us and the global economy collapse and inflation will be uncontrollable””

    1. I saw a meme that Musk is going to take control of Twitter just to shut it down. Probably a joke, but then again??? With a net worth closing in on 300 billion, who knows.

  6. and it’s directly under the flight path of Seattle’s airport. ‘I’m just off the end of one of the runways every time you have a conversation, you have to pause for 30 seconds in the middle of your thought,’ she says, because a 747 is roaring over her backyard.’” I grew up 3 miles (as the airplane flies) from O’Hare airport and I can vouch for his comments. I lived there my entire childhood and my Dad lived there over 50 years. Interesting thing is You just get used to it, and it becomes part of your life. You are on the phone talking, a plane comes over, you stop for 5 seconds then start talking. A minutes later, an other plane comes over and you stop again. You do this until the call is done, However, after I had been gone for several decades, when i came back those damn planes would wake me up every morning because i wasn’t used to them

    1. We are in the landing pattern of a municipal airport, so we had to sign an easement when we bought the place. It not an issue unless something like an old DC-3 is doing touch-and-go landings.

      1. ** “Back when Nick Cacciatore, who was looking last summer . . .”

        “He’s tradin’ in his Chevy for a Cadillac (ack, ack, ack, ack) You oughta know by now”

    1. “It doesn’t have to be solid intelligence.”

      Not when their target audience is as dumb as an aemobea.

      1. I think the propagandists are having the time of their lives celebrating idiocy. The photo that all of the propaganda outlets were leading with the other day for a story on a train station “massacre” had a dozen people lying on the ground behind their neatly organized luggage (all positioned with baggage facing the camera). Not a bag overturned or torn. No torn clothing or puddles of red liquid. No rubble. It was (to my eye) as if they were simply told to now lie down for a picture.

        Perhaps I linger on details too much.

        1. FWIW, they were hit with clustering munitions, which releases dozens of small bomblets. They vary depending on the target, e.g., humans, runways, vehicles, etc., so their explosive charge is sized accordingly. The anti-personnel bomblets are usually wrapped with spring steel similar to the rope recoil on your lawn mower, and the charge fragments these spring coils as red hot shards that perforate the victims who bleed out internally, and slowly.

          1. Me 2. I also distrust everything from these 2 entities:

            1. Gobmint of any kind
            2. Most corporations

          2. To clarify, I consider the Fed, an integral part of the gobmint, regardless of how it was formed.

          1. “Russian soldier Alexei Bychkov was detained in Russia on Saturday after vile clip of a toddler rape emerged on social media over the weekend.”

            Apparently the Russians have their limits too.

    2. While much of the intel passed to the Ukrainians was of limited utility, one piece of information proved crucial: realtors are liars.

    3. “It doesn’t have to be solid intelligence,” one U.S. official said.’

      When the so-called “President” is sh!tting his diaper and walking around drooling and confused, this is the kind of clown show you get.

  7. “More women investing in crypto, new report says”

    https://finance.yahoo.com/news/more-women-investing-crypto-report-220917855.html

    An interesting word is the word “investing”. For some the word implies a rather large span of time but this apparantly is not so when it comes to “investing” in cryptocurriencies.

    Here, take a look …

    “Women traded fewer times a day—two, on average, as compared to five by men—which suggests a ‘structured trading strategy’ by women, ‘with a smaller range of more focused positions.'”

    My, my, trading cryptocurriencies two to five times a day: What an excellent way to lose money. Here’s hoping these, er, investors are employing lots and lots of financial leverage.

    😁

    1. Everyone knows you buy bitcoin in the morning and then doggy coin 1around noon, and doggy coin 2 around 4pm. It’s science.

    2. That day-trading crypto is actually a thing shows just how incredibly stupid people are and how sick this fake economy really is.

  8. Oh dear…when the loose lending goes away, look out below.

    Biggest home loans squeeze for a decade: Santander starts frantic rush to scale back mortgages as banks get tough on cost of living crisis

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-10702589/Biggest-home-loans-squeeze-decade.html

    Borrowers with soaring household bills and squeezed incomes could struggle to get the home loans they need as banks begin the biggest clampdown on mortgage checks in more than a decade.

    Mortgage brokers have warned that soaring energy bills, tax rises, and the surging cost of goods have prompted banks to tighten their mortgage affordability tests – making it harder to borrow as much.

    1. Santander is behind subprime everything – auto loans, home loans, etc. They should cease to exist.

    1. French ‘election’ doesn’t matter. It’s rigged by design…Macaroon will in 2nd round…today’s election doesn’t even matter tbh.

  9. Would civil unrest be bad for shack prices?

    Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis warns ‘civil unrest isn’t far away’ as cost of living crisis grips Britain and demands Rishi Sunak does more to ‘keep people fed and warm’

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10704763/Martin-Lewis-warns-civil-unrest-isnt-far-away-cost-living-crisis-grips-Britain.html

    <emMoney Saving Expert Martin Lewis has warned 'civil unrest isn't far away' and demanded Rishi Sunak does more to 'keep people fed and warm' as the cost of living crisis grips Britain.

    The consumer champion, who has built a loyal following for his financial advice, said lower to middle income earners have ‘nothing left to cut back on’.

    1. Martin Lewis warns ‘civil unrest isn’t far away’

      All part of the plan: When the riots begin, they declare martial law and suspend all personal rights. Just for two weeks, of course. They also promise that once order is restored that martial law will be lifted. They pinkie swear. You can trust them.

  10. “…housing prices ‘unhinged from fundamentals.’”

    When the Fed peops start noticing these things in print, the bubble is nearing the end.

  11. “‘Until recently, not many people thought that housing was in a bubble,’ Tabitha Mazzara, Director of Operations at mortgage lender MBANC.

    Most of the sheeple are brain-dead, Tabby.

  12. “Tours of for-sale homes in California have dropped 21% as of March 31 from the first week of 2022, according to the home-tour technology company ShowingTime. That’s a major turnaround from the same timespan last year, when touring activity in California rose more than 76%.”

    I would venture a guess that 2022 is the first year on record where the number of tours dropped between the first week of the year and the last week of March.

    The first week of 2022, even in California, is when no one is out looking. I would venture to say that in a normal year, the number of tours at the end of March compared with the first week

  13. “Kirby Scofield Broker, Owner of Scofield Realty, isn’t concerned. ‘No, we are not seeing any slow-down, simple Supply and Demand economics,’ he says.

    We saw the same realtor dissembling & whistling past the graveyard back in 2007.

    1. “A lot of people are just speculators in the market,’ he said.”

      Can you blame them though? The whole economy has turned into a a giant casino…there’s nothing left to do except gamble. I suppose you can stop gambling but most don’t have that kind of willpower.

      1. I suppose you can stop gambling but most don’t have that kind of willpower.

        Not to mention that they’ll have to get … ugh … a job.

        I’ve been seeing articles pop up claiming that employment is inhumane. I read there is some show, whose name escapes me, where when you quit your job they do a brain wipe on you. Having an honest job is being demonized. Go gamble on crypto and NFT’s instead.

  14. Breakfast at Casa jeff’s in Region IV this morning.

    https://imgur.com/a/ZgAmB9M

    God knows how long the supplies will hold out, it could be peanut butter and crackers by candlelight next month if the installed Alzheimer’s Patient in Chief and his babbling sidekick Headboard Harris are allowed to continue the path of destruction we are on and get us into a hot war with Russia.

    1. A lot of people think it will be business as usual if a hot war starts, since it was with every other war in the past few decades, so they support it.

    2. Don’t know if it works every time but I clicked the “next” button and after my sandwich picture someone has a video of what looks to be a stolen Backhoe loader with police in hot pursuit. 🙂

  15. Tinfoil hat time: is there a “hidden hand” funding & orchestrating these radical-left protests to accelerate the Great Reset? Recall that once globalist stooge Biden was installed in office, the BLM-Antifa rent-a-mobs that did more than $2 billion in damage with their “mostly peaceful protests” vanished from the scene. Things that make you go hmm….

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10704779/Petrol-stations-fuel-shortage-Just-Stop-Oil-Extinction-Rebellion-protest-block-oil-depots.html

    1. I think the goal in the UK is to declare martial law. Have a complete state of chaos, then Boris can send the Royal Marines in to “restore order. Of course, it will start as another “two weeks to flatten the curve”, and it will evolve into perma lockdowns.

      This of course is a dress rehearsal for the US.

      We aren’t voting our way out of this.

      1. “Of course, it will start as another “two weeks to flatten the curve”, and it will evolve into perma lockdowns.”

        Patrick Madrid ✌🏼
        @patrickmadrid
        What the?? This video taken yesterday in Shanghai, China, by the father of a close friend of mine. She verified its authenticity: People screaming out of their windows after a week of total lockdown, no leaving your apartment for any reason.

        https://twitter.com/patrickmadrid/status/1512600420610363394?s=20&t=LxfUB5G14_l_sx9ad8AvkA

          1. Authorities now say they will ease restrictions after another mass test in China’s most populous city.

            My understanding is that virtually no one in Shanghai who tests positive has any symptoms

    2. Hmmmmm The aunt of the Palestinian terrorist responsible for a shooting attack that killed five people in a Tel Aviv suburb last week spoke openly of her support for him, stating she was “happy” he became a martyr.

      Joseph’s Tomb is located in Nablus, the site of the biblical city of Shechem, which today is under full Palestinian Authority control.

      https://www.breitbart.com/middle-east/2022/04/10/world-is-silent-as-palestinian-rioters-torch-josephs-tomb/

    3. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10704779/Petrol-stations-fuel-shortage-Just-Stop-Oil-Extinction-Rebellion-protest-block-oil-depots.html

      Supply chains in the UK are even more brittle than in the US, as the Brits even import their food basics. Now create an artificial fuel shortage by blocking fuel importation via riots, and within days all store shelves will be bare. Riots begin then martial law is declared. The MSM will , of course, report that “Democracy has been saved!” as freedoms are suspended until further notice.

      Orwell tried to warn us, but did we listen to him? No siree, we didn’t.

  16. There is a Presidential recall election in Mexico today. The incumbent, AMLO, is a left of center nationalist. The US GloboHomo regime hates him for various reasons. The latest one is because Mexico has refused to sanction Russia. Also, Mexico isn’t switching to green energy, which infuriates the Brandon regime. US ambassador, and former Colorado Senator, Ken Salazar has been giving Mexico grief over its “reforma energetica”, which places fossil fuels as the corner stone of Mexico’s energy portfolio.

    It will be interesting to see the outcome of the election. Polls show AMLO has a comfortable lead, and stuffing the ballot box has become much harder than in the US. To vote you need a special voters card with your photo on it and the voting precinct also has your picture. Your thumb is inked after you vote. Voting urns are see through. Votes in the precinct (casilla) are counted in the presence of delegates from each political party, who sign off on the tallies.

      1. The entire region that was once the Ottoman Empire remains largely dysfunctional in the 21st century. Mired in fantasy, religion and tall tales, they seem unable to become educated and break free of their oligarchs control.

  17. Brandon & his fellow Democrat-Bolshevik control freaks must be green with envy at the ability of their CCP ideological mentors to lock down entire cities and brutally enforce lockdown mandates regardless of the human and economic toll on the population. Forward!

    China leading citizens to jump from balconies in quest to achieve ‘COVID Zero’

    https://nypost.com/2022/04/09/how-china-brutalizes-its-people-to-try-to-achieve-covid-zero/

    For over two weeks the financial capital of China, Shanghai, has been locked down tight. Some 26 million people languish in their apartments, staring at their now-empty refrigerators, unable to set foot outside to forage for food for fear of arrest and incarceration.

    Foreigners are in the same predicament, as one complained on Twitter:

    Day 16 of our COVID lockdown in Shanghai today and food is the key thing on people’s minds. We aren’t allowed to leave home so delivery is the only way I was up at 6 am yesterday trying to get any kind of delivery but nothing was available all day. So far, same results today

    1. Surely the CCP could deliver food rations to the citizens at their homes. That they are not has some sinister implications.

      Hey, Disney, how’s your Shanghai “resort” penciling out for you?

      1. Never attribute to malice that which can adequately be explained by bungling incompetence that characterizes all collectivist regimes. And stop calling me Shirley.

        1. If they were not delivering enough food, I could chalk it up to incompetence. The the city appears to be stripped bare of food.

  18. Bidenflation is crushing working families.

    T-Dazzle! Inflation Crushing Households Under $60k, Russian CDS Indicating 99% Probability Of Russia Debt Default Over Next Year (WTI Crude UP 2%+, Wheat UP 3%+)

    https://confoundedinterest.net/2022/04/10/t-dazzle-inflation-crushing-households-under-60k-russian-cds-indicating-99-probability-of-russia-debt-default-over-next-year-wti-crude-up-2-wheat-up-3/

    As we are painfully aware, The Fed’s exaggerated monetary flood combined with Federal stimulus spending has led to horrible inflation.
    Yes, despite what government talking heads say, Federal stimulus increases demand for goods, the supply is generally slow to respond resulting in rising prices. Then government policies driving up energy prices also leads to highers prices. Throw in Federal Reserve monetary stimulypto and we have this chart from hell from Penn-Wharton. The chart shows that households earning less that $60,000 experience higher expenses due to rising prices than their gain in earnings.

    1. he chart shows that households earning less that $60,000 experience higher expenses due to rising prices than their gain in earnings.

      Hence the explosion in consumer debt. Groceries, gas, etc. are increasingly financed with credit cards as middle income folks can’t make ends meet. What will happen when their plastic maxes out and they can’t get their credit lines increased and they exhaust other options like selling their cr@p or pay day loans? Civil unrest?

  19. I have been thinking lately , how did such a small group of psychopaths obtain the kind of sinister power that is being implemented today.
    Than I saw a recent Gordon Peterson lecture where he stated a couple of facts. .
    First fact is that only 3% of the population today are tested as being psychopaths. . Second fact is in terms of evolutionary biology, the psychopath ape didn’t survive well and was taken out by the greater ape group.
    So back to now where you have a small small group of psychopaths that have a goal of taking over the World by corruption of systems to bring on mass murder and a bizarre dictorship and enslavement of the majority.
    Any psychopathic , criminal, and fraudulent methods are being deployed so the psychopaths can rule the world , with their anti humanity agenda that is the greatest threat to the majority of humans.
    Its the reign of the psychopaths , who are finally out in the open with their plan, that threatens survival of the majority, because they plan to alter humans . Because they are the new Gods. In fact, they are attacking the majority of humans , and their end goals threaten all life on planet earth and they are dangerous.
    If this was occurring in a Ape community, the dominant psychopathic ape would be taken out by the majority group of apes, because the psychopathic ape that rose to power, threaten the better welfare of the ape community.
    Survival and procreation is built into nature, but these goon gangsters want to change all this .
    Just listen to them talk , and you see very quickly how deranged and psychopathic they are. No qualms whatsoever about killing whoever they want, or altering humans, or enslaving humans.
    The majority must eliminate them , just as evolution did .

    1. First fact is that only 3% of the population today are tested as being psychopaths.

      It has been now almost two decades since the world of mental illness left my house and rode off into the sunset. However, talk there was that 2% of the population is clinically mentally ill, meaning they need some outside help (or restraint) to function successfully in society. Not all of those people are in treatment or have a diagnosis. Not all of those people are Psychopaths by far.

      Your number is way too high.

  20. Preach it, brother! Can I get a “Hallelujah!” in the house?

    I Really Do Hate These Leftists

    https://townhall.com/columnists/derekhunter/2022/04/10/i-really-do-hate-these-leftists-n2605691

    I really can’t stand it anymore. I used to be able to ignore it, even laugh at how stupid it was, but I just can’t anymore. What leftist Democrats are doing to this country on the issues of race and gender are so disgusting that, honestly, I hate them. I don’t hate them in a “there’s an annoying rock in my shoe” kind of way, I despise them. I hate them in an “I wouldn’t spit on them if they were on fire” kind of way. This is, of course, what they want – they need those of us sane enough to see clearly what they’re doing to hate them, to advise them about taking a long walk off a short pier, so they can cry how “mean” and “intolerant” we are, but I don’t care anymore. And I want to tell you why.

    1. I appreciate a good rant as much as anyone. But I see it differently. If enough people with beliefs get on a school board and start exposing children to sick stuff, that should be focused on and fought out in school boards, media and courts. Our media and courts have abandoned us to this fringe. But it steps over lines in many places.

      We started seeing parents arrested. Rights trampled. It’s still a small fringe group though. Then comes CCP virus, and now these multi-colored hair nut jobs are ruining economies. Became a dictatorship, doesn’t want to let go. I read the other day some hospital denied a boy under ten a organ transplant cuz his dad hadn’t got the death shot. These are crimes, not outrages. And the crimes are multitude.

      When they closed the hospitals the first time PBS ran a story about how many people were going to die waiting for treatment. If you die waiting a few weeks or months you are in very bad shape. The most vulnerable. It was a crime against humanity and I said so at the time. And that’s just one small part of what they have done.

      1. Nuremburg Trials.

        It happened in 1946, and it will happen again. We are NOT done talking about this and we will NOT be silenced. World Economic Forum, I am speaking directly to you. You’ve got an appointment with a noose around your neck, or a bullet to the back of the skull.

        The Day Of The Rope is coming…

  21. While Lil’ Fidel pontificates about Canada’s commitment to freedom in Ukraine, this is how his goons deal with political dissidents in Canada.

    Pastor jailed for speaking to Canadian Freedom Convoy says he was kept in a cage, made to sleep on a concrete floor, deprived of his Bible and repeatedly strip-searched

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10704959/Pastor-jailed-speaking-Canadian-Freedom-Convoy-says-sleep-concrete-floor.html

    A pastor who fled communism has detailed the abuse he said he suffered while jailed for 51 days for preaching to the Canadian Freedom Convoy.

    Artur Pawlowski, 49, told Fox News that he’d been kept in a metal cage, made to sleep on a concrete floor, deprived of his Bible and forced to endure repeated strip searches during his time at the grim Calgary Remand Centre.

    He also claims there was a price on his head, and alleges that the door to his cell would be left open after members of the Canadian government tried to have him attacked.

  22. Oh dear…the paroxysms of rage from the globalist media at seeing “former” Rothschild banker Macron nearly trounced by a far-right challenger are going to be epic. Now let’s see how “the markets” are going to react to the prospect of a globalist stooge being unseated by a populist who puts her nation ahead of international finance.

    Exit polls put Emmanuel Macron just four points ahead of Marine Le Pen in French presidential elections as rivals advance to run-off in two weeks amid huge surge in support for the far-Right candidate

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10705371/Exit-polls-Emmanuel-Macron-four-points-ahead-Marine-Le-Pen-French-presidential-elections.html

    1. Exit polls put Emmanuel Macron just four points ahead of Marine Le Pen

      I saw this in the previous movie. It was close in the first round, and he wiped her out in the run off. Prediction: He will “win” again.

      1. The thing that will have the elites clutching their pearls is that support for the far right is growing fastest among young people, who increasingly reject a future as debt serfs on the globalists’ incorporated neoliberal plantation. Macron’s open borders and forced multiculturalism mean French children will grow up to be strangers in a strange land.

  23. Growing Number Of States Changing How They Report COVID-19 Hospitalizations | ZeroHedge
    https://www.zerohedge.com/covid-19/growing-number-states-changing-how-they-report-covid-19-hospitalizations

    “An increasing number of states and municipalities are changing how they report COVID-19 hospitalizations, cases, and other data, signaling a shift in how policymakers healthcare workers view the virus.”

    Play with the stats so as to paint any picture of reality that you want to push.

    I like it.

    😁

  24. 7 In 10 Americans See Russia As An Enemy | ZeroHedge
    https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/7-10-americans-see-russia-enemy

    (snip)

    “… a significant 70 percent of U.S. respondents now say that they would consider Russia as an enemy, up from 41 percent in January.”

    In just a few months – three of them – the MSM was able to severly shift the political viewpoints of millions of (totally and completely dumbed-down) Americans.

    This should be seen as an amazing feat but (alas and unfortunately) it isn’t.

    Next up: A campaign to convince Americans that nuclear war and WW3 wouldn’t be such a bad thing after all if the cause is just.

    Stay tuned.

    1. The “NPC” or non-player character meme is so offensive, because it strikes so close to home. It holds a mirror up to these normies, and strikes fear in their hearts, when they realize they are not special snowflakes, but in fact, only mindless drones:

      https://ibb.co/3m5Z1Zg

      NPCs are soul-less husks, occupying the physical body of a biological human.

      They are un-thinking, un-knowing, un-feeling, and incapable of anything beyond broadcasting the virtue signal they were programmed to repeat, until re-programmed with the next narrative.

      “They’re not sending their best”

    2. Next up: A campaign to convince Americans that nuclear war and WW3 wouldn’t be such a bad thing after all if the cause is just.

      Time to move to Quintana Roo.

      1. Is Quintana Roo Mexico safe to visit?
        Quintana Roo state – Exercise Increased Caution

        Exercise increased caution due to crime. Criminal activity and violence may occur in any location, at any time, including in popular tourist destinations. Mar 16, 2022

        1. Things have gotten dicier on the Mexican Riviera. I was thinking more of being out of the way of incoming nukes. And while Quintana Roo isn’t as safe as it used to be, it’s still a lot better than other parts of Mexico. Plus if you’re into beaches it’s tough to beat.

        2. American sheeple continue to vacation in Mexico by the score, ignoring the cartel problem. “We only stay in the nice areas” is a common refrain. Newsflash: The cartels hang out in the “nice” areas, too, because they’re billionaires. There is no safe place in Mexico.

          When you pull up the world’s cities with the highest murder rate per capita, Mexico has the entire top 5. Mexico is a sh!thole.

  25. Oh dear….

    Zhenro Doesn’t Make $20.4 Million of Bond Interest Payments

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-04-10/zhenro-didn-t-make-20-4-million-of-bond-payments-by-deadline?srnd=premium&sref=ibr3A0ff

    Zhenro Properties Group Ltd. said it was unable to pay interest on two dollar bonds before a grace period ended Saturday and warned it might not be able to meet three other coupons because of its liquidity woes.

    The Chinese builder, who in February asked holders of about $1 billion of bonds set to mature this year for more time to repay, said in a Hong Kong stock exchange filing Sunday it didn’t pay a combined $20.4 million of interest on two dollar bonds. That has resulted in events of default, according to the company.

  26. “Crypto Industry Helps Write, and Pass, Its Own Agenda in State Capitols
    “In the absence of federal regulations, crypto lobbyists and executives are going state by state to get favorable rules enacted.”

    … and ..?

    “Many lawmakers have been willing partners.”

    What a surprise.

    Crypto Industry Helps Write, and Pass, Its Own Agenda in State Capitols – The New York Times
    https://www.nytimes.com/2022/04/10/us/politics/crypto-industry-helps-write-and-pass-its-own-agenda-in-state-capitols.html

    1. The corruption is too deep, and the rule of law gone. The Supreme Court is corrupted for God’s sake. How in the hell could we ever come back from this?

    1. Well Greta, that pile of cooked bacon that can be seen in my post above sitting next to my Region IV Breakfast Special (bacon, egg and cheese on a toasted and buttered Everything Bagel) topped off my hand crafted cheese burgers that were cooked to perfection on a charcoal Weber grill this evening.

      Now that dinner is over I think I’m going to jump in my 5.3 Liter internal combustion engine powered pickup truck and take a ride by the beach just for the enjoyment of it.

      1. The climate crisis, the ecological crisis and the health crisis – they are all interlinked

        We know what those things and Greta all have in common.

    2. GRETA THUNBERG has issued a stark warning to humanity: stop eating meat and switch to a vegan diet otherwise “we are f***ed”.

      Most Euros and too many Americans will voluntarily comply with her request. And don’t forget to turn in your car, heater and A/C.

      1. Rampant inflation and economic wish casting might make Greta’s wish come true . But there will still be the French laundry for the elite who caused all this in the first place.

        1. But there will still be the French laundry for the elite

          Of course. They will expect us to eat lentils and bugs. But they will still have USDA Prime tenderloin on the menu.

      2. It’s all good…means more meat at more affordable prices for the grill owners among us.

  27. This is a urine soaked mattress article.

    The Atlantic — Is It Time to Start Masking Again? (4/8/2022):

    “But the decision to mask can still be an uncomfortable one. Much as you might try to be consistent with your personal masking preferences, in reality, people’s perceptions of risk can change depending on the social context. I’ve shown up to parties wearing a mask, then sheepishly removed it because nobody else was wearing one. On the flip side, I’ve felt pressured to put on a mask at concerts where the crowd generally seemed more cautious, even if I felt safe because vaccination cards were checked at the door. When I’m stressed about deciding whether to put on a mask, I remind myself that it’s just one of many precautions that can be layered to help reduce risk, along with testing before gathering and opting to socialize outdoors.”

    https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2022/04/omicron-ba2-surge-indoor-masking/629512/

    Did Mommy say “no mask, no recess today” you cuck, whipped, spaghetti noodle armed soyboi?

    “How can you have any pudding if you won’t eat your meat?” Just put the mask back on, CUCK.

    1. “vaccination cards were checked at the door”

      I don’t want to live in the same country with anyone who would actually write and publish this, and sincerely believe it. Mass Formation Psychosis is not over, and everyone responsible for it is guilty for crimes against humanity.

      Nuremburg 1946, happened then, and will happen again.

      You’re not going to get away with this, globalists.

      The Day Of The Rope is coming…

      1. Mass Formation Psychosis is not over

        No white flags. They’re just taking a breather. The will be back, peddling fear and dangerous as well as useless boosters.

    2. even if I felt safe because vaccination cards were checked at the door

      Now that’s a knee slapper,

  28. I agree with pretty much everything 46&2 says but I used to think his solution was a bit extreme. I’m starting to come around.

    1. It is said that you can vote your way to Socialism, but you have to shoot your way out. If you look at the history books, it has always taken a violent revolution to affect change. That’s because the people clinging to power do not go quietly, and have to be disposed of. It’s the ugly truth. “There is nothing new under the sun.”

    1. Does it seem like rising interest rates against the backdrop of spiraling inflation and an escalating conflict in Ukraine have left risk asset investors (i.e. in stocks, bonds, real estate, and other speculative assets) with nowhere to hide?

      1. The Financial Times
        Asset allocation
        ‘Nowhere to hide’ for investors in market turbulence
        Quarterly drop in bonds and stocks raises questions on how to balance risk in portfolios
        Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Bank of America predicts the S&P 500 will fall below 4,000 this year, a drop of more than 15 per cent from its December peak
        © Spencer Platt/Getty Images
        Harriet Agnew and Chris Flood in London yesterday

        Fund managers have been tripped up by global stocks and bonds falling in tandem in the first quarter.

        The FTSE All World stocks index, including dividends, dropped 5.1 per cent in the first three months of the year, reflecting rising benchmark interest rates and the outbreak of war in Ukraine.

        At the same time, soaring inflation and tighter monetary policy took a 6 per cent bite from the Bloomberg Global Aggregate Bond index, leaving those shying away from stocks without a reliable bolt hole.

      2. “April 11, 2022 at 2:51 am”

        No chance of a decent release when you need one despite the mountain of California monthly bills that you quietly pay?

        1. Tell me about it. We just paid our CA income tax bill, aka our kidz inheritance, involuntarily donated to California’s dysfunctional state government.

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