Imagine that the media is continuing to tell you that the economy is going to bounce back, or that this is only going to be as bad as the Great Depression.
Walt Disney Co. is planning to shed 32,000 employees by the end of March — 4,000 more than previously announced — as the coronavirus pandemic continues to hammer its parks and resorts business.
The additional layoffs were disclosed in a filing to the US Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday. Disney employs around 223,000 people, according to its most recent annual report. It had already announced plans to cut about 28,000 jobs in September.
The media and entertainment giant warned that it may also be forced to scrap its dividend in the future, and reduce or not make contributions to pension and retirement medical plans. It said it could slash investment in television and film productions, and furlough or terminate even more employees.
“Some of these measures may have an adverse impact on our businesses,” Disney (DIS) said in the filing.
The pandemic has slammed Disney’s parks business, which has more than 100,000 employees in the United States. The company has also been forced to suspend cruise ship sailings and delay major film releases, such as “Black Widow,” which was expected to be one of the year’s biggest blockbusters.
Cleverly, the media keeps saying “the worst since the Great Depression” when talking about this economic collapse they inflicted on us with these coronavirus lockdowns. This is of course true. But it’s also the worst economic collapse since before the Great Depression. It is the worst economic collapse in all of human history.
I don’t know if they’re going to let it hit hard, or if it’s going to just keep sinking over the next 5-10 years. What I do know is that ten years from now, the masses of people in the West are going to be peasants, living in tiny apartments they don’t own, filled with drugs, with computer chips implanted in their bodies.
This tweet by the World Economic Forum, homebase of the “Great Reset” agenda, is from 2016:
After it got attention, it was deleted earlier this month, without explanation.
This is in the record at archive.is.
They told you four years before you ever heard of the coronavirus that you would own nothing by 2030.
It’s all just so, so obvious at this point.
It’s all real.