Recall that in What Matters we presented Smith's concept of financialization:
Financialization is the commoditization of debt collaterized by previously unsecuritized assets, a pyramiding of risk and speculation that is only possible in a massive expansion of low-cost credit and leverage for those at the top of the wealth-power pyramid: financiers, banks and corporations.
The result of the transformation of the economy under the influence of financialization is seen in some of the phenomena that Trump's populism was intended to combat:
The point to all this is the question: Having rid themselves of Trump--as I presume--how will our Globalist Power Elite or Ruling Class deal with the consequences, now that their Uniparty his in full control again? How will they deal with a possibly massively recalcitrant populace that will likely will slowly begin to recognize the series of hoaxes that have been played on them? What other consequences could flow from the unraveling of our financialized economy?
In considering these questions, recall where this train of thought began for me. The issue that sparked it was Secession--raised as an issue in the aftermath of the historic Big Steal--and the claim that national prosperity is dependent largely on the Blue counties remaining in control of the levers of power that govern the economy for an undivided nation.