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Do This Before a Recession

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Published on 27 Nov 2022 / In People & Blogs

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Although recessions are increasingly global, it doesn’t mean that all areas of the world are equally affected. There are always global pockets able to weather the storm without major incidents.

For example, Australia did not experience an economic setback in the Great Recession of 2008. Most people barely felt any economic disruption, given that the economy is very dependent on China.

If you broadened your horizons of who could potentially be your customer, you could have received an income stream from an area of the world which was virtually unaffected.

Perhaps in time, this lifeline might have even become the primary audience of your business. By not artificially shackling yourself to one specific demographic or area of the world, you have a better ability to find potential customers.

In this video, Andrew shares what you need to do before the recession.

00:00 Start
0:08 Response to Recession
3:14 What Do Governments Do in a Recession?
6:35 The Best Places to Live
9:22 Living in Singapore
9:54 Life in the Western World

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MrA_H0Ie 2 months ago

No, it's not a mindset change by policies or handouts. A large number of people are crippled by the experimental treatments fraudulently called vaccines.
They will never be able to work again.
That number of people is skyrocketing, and medical "professionals" refuse to include them in data tracking like VAERS.
This refusal to collect honest data is why people like you mistakenly believe that workers became lazy.
They are not lazy, they are destroyed.
The death rate increased by 12-16% by July 2022 compared to pre 2020, rate depending on which country you look at.
And it's rapidly increasing.
Bear in mind that it takes some time for the veins and arteries to be completely blocked by the long strands of weird tissues that grow on the spike proteins.
Some people die from them within minutes but some are more resilient and then it can take months or years, and the result is initially disability.

A lot more important than taxation is how governments forced people to take harmful experimental treatments.
Bear in mind that the death rate is not what hits people most powerfully. What matters most is how many are crippled for life and drop out from the work force entirely, needing constant support instead of being productive.

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