In researching a product to recommend to a friend in another country it was discovered that the cost of this “American” product (probably made in China) is 1/3 of what it costs in the United States. Having looked at PM charts over a period of years the same seems to be true of pricing for PMs, although the margin is much narrower.
Apparently our only purpose is as cannon fodder or some other serf-like usefulness to the worldwide elitists and banksters. They really do hate us and our attachment to liberty. Ultimately there is no greater weapon against an adversary (in this case us) than an economic one.
Those who have an understanding of how to use the Internet in other countries and their native languages take a look for yourself.
In the interest of full disclosure it was discovered an error was made wherein the inverse was mistakenly used to arrive at the cost difference between countries. Actually the previously recommended product is 3X more in the friend’s country than in the United States. That in itself seems odd since shipping and manufacturing costs can’t possible account for the higher price. Obviously taxes and trade restrictions, possibly masquerading as protectionism, are involved.
PM differences between Asia and the United States were on the mark, however. India’s attempt to restrict their populations buying of PMs is not working and has increased the black market there as a result, according to reports.