Media hype is ramping up
- Look around and observe
- Only one thing can save the economy
- The economy is struggling…
- More people are losing their jobs
Media hype is ramping up. Look around you to see if the economy is improving as the news media would have you believe. All you have to do is ask yourself , or your friends, is if they are doing better in this “improving” economy?
Look around and observe all the retail stores that have been in business for 20 years or more and are closing. Look at the National Retailers who are closing hundreds of stores. Wouldn’t they be building more stores if the economy was improving?
Only one thing can save the economy and that’s more consumerism. This instigated spending by TV commercials, and radio, and print commercials isn’t working like it used to. That’s why you are seeing even more of it on your favorite shows; buy this, buy that, you need this or that, and you are sick and need all these new drugs and of course you will need more credit cards to pay for it all.
It’s this accelerated bombardment of consumerism messages that tells you the economy is struggling, possibly worse than ever, or you wouldn’t be seeing all these commercials. In order for consumerism to rebound and for the economy to actually start improving you have to have jobs.
More people are losing their jobs with all the stores closing and the lack of demand in most industries. A recent study shows that 20 percent of all families have no one in the family with a job, not even part time. That’s 20 percent of the families who are able to work who don’t have any jobs. If this continues you will be hearing even more main stream news about how wonderful the economy is, and that’s supposed to help you in some way?
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That the economy is improving only for a select few who dictate the rules.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because if you look at a calendar you see a never ending procession of holidays and special days where stores have sales and you have an excuse to go out and buy something for someone.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now? Close your wallet. Don’t buy anything other than what you need. In most cases, your ‘what you need’ list needs revising.
COMMENTARY: As the economy struggles more and more, you will see even more media propaganda attempting to convince you that the economy has never been better. They will do this by recruiting well known economists who are sell-outs that repeat the media message, except they will add their manufactured fundamentals to support their claims. It is all designed to make you second-guess yourself. Just keep in mind that this is what a breakdown looks like. It’s the last gasp for air. Turn off their feeds and tune into your own inner guidance system. It’s never been more important than now.