The Economy in the Microcosm: Hotels are 80% Empty

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
April 9, 2020

This is what happens to countries who focus all of their resources on child trannies and the blacks.

This will just give you a little bit of an idea of what has happened to the economy.

Press Stories:

In the United States, only 21.6% of hotel rooms were occupied between March 29 and April 4, according to new data from the hotel analysis company STR. That’s a 68% decrease from the same week last year.

These numbers could continue to fall, according to STR. The percentage for the last week is slightly down compared to the previous week.

Oahu Island, Hawaii, is one of the most affected by the lack of hotel guests. Only 7% of hotel rooms are occupied, the lowest rate of any market in the country. This figure is down over 90% from the same week last year.

Overall, budget hotels and accommodation in the suburbs tended to have more people than other hotels, according to STR.

The results are consistent with the wider trend in the hotel industry because the coronavirus has forced hotels to take drastic measures to survive.

Marriott, for example, locked up thousands of workers due to the high rate of cancellations. The Intercontinental Hotels Group, which owns the Holiday Inn and Crowne Plaza hotel brands, said the demand for rooms was the lowest ever.

There is not going to be a time in the foreseeable future when hotels will be 20% occupied. It is all downhill from here. No one is going to have money to stay in a hotel.

According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 16 million people are employed in the hospitality industry. Basically, all of those jobs are gone.

It won’t literally be all of them, as the super rich will still have hotel rooms in major cities kept open for them. But we’re talking about at least 90% of those 16 million jobs being wiped out.

Now, you can take that microcosm and apply it to the rest of the service economy.

Everything is going to be totally wiped out. We are going to have 50% unemployment.

Take a good long look at this. Because this is what every meal you eat for the rest of your life is going to look like. Burger days are FINISHED.

The only real option the government has in dealing with this issue is to keep everyone locked in their houses indefinitely, because as long as that situation is ongoing, no one is going to know what has happened to the economy.

This is the most extreme thing that has ever happened in all of human history, given that we as a country have absolutely nothing to fall back on.

From some standpoint of the course of history, I can say that this is for the best. Our society had become terminally evil, and it collapsing is a good thing. But I’m not going to go around grandstanding about the collapse, because this is going to destroy everyone’s lives. If I was cheering, it would just make me seem mean-spirited.

The middle class is going to be completely wiped out and forced into poverty and the working class is going to be forced out onto the street.

We should look at the upside: most of these hotels were owned by Indians and Arabs, and they’re all going to have to pack up and go back to their shitholes.

The downside of that is: their shitholes are going to be a lot better off than our shithole.