Work From Home: The Women of India — Real Estate Market
Aaron Russo is a name you probably don’t know.
He never went beyond secondary school, but died a millionaire producing movies including Trading Places, Wise Guys, and The Rose.
Russo was also a prominent political activist — describing himself as a ‘freedom fighter’. He was dedicated to combatting ‘fake news’ before anyone had even heard the term.
He died from cancer in August 2007.
Although some say he was killed for revealing secrets of the Rockefeller’s.
One of the family members, Nick Rockefeller, befriended Russo when he became successful.
Rockefeller confided much in Russo.
Amongst other things, he told him that everyone would eventually be ‘chipped’ in order to transact digital currencies…the ultimate form of control.
Consider…if you broke the law in any way, your chip would be turned off. You would no longer be able to buy or sell.
Not such a far-fetched idea anymore, is it?
Thousands in Sweden have already opted to have high-tech futuristic microchips implanted into their skin to replace credit cards and cash.
Another of Russo’s claims is that the Rockefellers funded the women’s liberation movement for tax and indoctrination purposes.
You can find the full interview here. Here’s a snippet…
Rockefeller: ‘Aaron, what do you think women’s liberation was all about?’
Russo: ‘So that women have the right to work and get equal pay with men, just as they have the right to vote…’
Rockefeller: ‘You are an idiot…we funded women’s lib!…We funded the newspapers and media.
‘There were two primary reasons.
‘One reason was we couldn’t tax half the population before women’s lib…
‘The second reason was, now we get the kids in school at an early age. We indoctrinate the kids in how to think. It breaks up families. The kids start looking at the schools and the state as their family.’
Whether you believe this or not about the women’s movement, the effects were clear.
More women working allowed the banks to extend exponentially more debt.
Two incomes could now bid on real estate and inflate land prices.
This new dynamic helped produce explosive boom and bust cycles in line with the 18-year cycle.
In rich countries, two-thirds of women above the age of 15 work.
Women are now as career-orientated as men.
Still, the lowest rates of females in the workforce lie in the Muslim belt.
The area stretching from Morocco across North Africa and the Middle East to North India.
Islamic culture in areas of these regions discourages female education and employment.
In North India women are considered fair prey for men if they roam outside their houses. Especially at late hours.
We now have the ‘work from home culture’.
It’s being heralded as a positive revolution for all of us — the ‘good’ effect of COVID.
And as it happens, tech — Zoom, Google groups, and other teleconferencing networks — now pave the way for women in these nations to work from home on par with men.
No social stigma, no lack of safety.
They don’t have to leave the confines of their home at all.
They can do both office and family chores.
They may even earn enough to hire domestic help.
Is this another ploy to create more working slaves? You decide.
The women’s lib movement doesn’t call for freedom from wage slavery or the worldwide system of financial control.
Either way, you know how the ending goes.
It feeds into land prices — just as it did in the ‘first wave’ of women entering the workforce.
We can expect global land values to rise as this takes effect across India and the Middle East.
If you want to free yourself from similar wage slavery, you must learn to play the system to your advantage.
- Vacancy rates in Perth and Brisbane are below 1%. Yields in many areas are above 5% — easily covering payments on an interest-only loan.
- In Western Sydney, so many buyers camped out for new land subdivisions, security had to be called.
- A Brisbane real estate agent recently told me he is seeing record numbers — more than 150 groups — pour through his open inspections. He also had to hire a security company to handle the influx.
- In regional VIC (Geelong and Ballarat), properties are receiving multiple offers sight unseen. It’s unprecedented for these regions.
As pointed out a couple of weeks ago, the rise of blockchain and fractional ownership models is going to continue to open the real estate market to swaths of young speculators who can’t access loans.
The initial surge at the beginning of this year was driven by owner occupiers.
Now we’re starting to see investors join the crowd.
Bear in mind, we’re only at the start of the second half of the real estate cycle as we explain to readers in Cycles, Trends & Forecasts.
We have a long way to go yet.
Changes to taxation could produce a short-term pullback, as mentioned last week.
But there’s plenty to offset that with record investment in infrastructure and a return of overseas immigration at some point.
All this supports the premise that we’re facing the biggest real estate boom we’ve ever seen.
Let’s see how it plays out.
And don’t forget, if you want to see how you could take advantage of it, you can get access to all our insights and information in Cycles, Trends & Forecasts.
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PS: Australian real estate expert, Catherine Cashmore, reveals why she thinks we could see the biggest property boom of our lifetimes — over the next five years. Click here to learn more.