The Neon Revolt Show – Episode 1: What I Learned Spending a Month as a Liberal

The Neon Revolt Show – Episode 1: What I Learned Spending a Month as a Liberal
The Neon Revolt Show

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Welcome to the first ever episode of the Neon Revolt Show!

This new show is different from my regular articles, more of which will be forthcoming very soon!

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Below is a transcript of the entire episode, should you so desire that.

Hello, and welcome to the Neon Revolt Show.

I am your host Neon and today, we’ll be talking about what I learned spending an entire month as a Liberal.

Welcome everyone to a brand new podcast; the first, in fact, of a brand new show I’m calling, well… The Neon Revolt show. Hey, you’ve got to work with what you’ve got, so with that in mind, let’s get started. But before we get into the thick of it, there are just two quick housekeeping items I’d like to draw your attention to first. If you haven’t already, please take some time to watch the recent interview I was so graciously invited to help conduct over on Redpill78’s Youtube channel with one Judyth Vary Baker. Judyth was a whiz-kid back in the early 60’s and she just so happened to be the lover of Lee Harvey Oswald. She recounts her story of love and loss in her incredible book Me and Lee, and I think it’s something that every American should read, because it fundamentally reconstructs history in a way that will not only challenge the mainstream narratives you’ve heard your entire life, but puts the puzzle pieces back together in the only way that I’ve found that makes any real sense. By the end of her heart-wrenching story, you’ll come to see Oswald as a hero and a patriot who died for his country. Now, I’m not going to spoil any more for you, so if this sounds like something that’s up your alley, I would encourage you to pick up her book, or her audiobook, and give it a read. Or a listen. I said it during the interview, and I’ll say it again: I think Judyth is a fantastic writer, and it’s something that is well worth your time and will surely expand your thinking.

Okay, item number two: I published an article recently on my site,, where I stated my intentions to really do my best to get back to the article-writing thing that so many seem to enjoy and gain so much from, as well as set the record straight on a few fronts. If you would like to check that out to see what I’m aiming for, you can find that, and all my articles on

Now, onto the show:

Readers of my frequent Gab postings will, no doubt, already be well aware of what a time I had these past few months. Between getting the Coronavirus quote-unquote pandemic so wrong (a story I may be able to talk about… someday) and then trying to focus more on stock trading and seeing everything go south so fast, I had genuinely come to loathe everything Trump, and by proxy, Q, was doing. It was the first time I had ever experienced these kinds of negative emotions towards the man and the movement, and I think it was the double-whammy of both the virus and the collapse of the economy that had really got to me.

In the interest of full disclosure, yes, I had thought that Q and Trump had lost control. I’ve never been one to just “trust the plan” which is partly why, over these past few years, I’ve tried to work so hard to help this movement. It is precisely because I do not trust any plan that I have chosen to print and publish and run the group I run, in order to try and support the movement when and where I can. Think about it this way: if some stranger approached you and asked you to get in their car and that they were going to take you to a really awesome destination, would you do it just because they asked you to “trust them.”

I ow I wouldn’t. And while I’m not trying to compare the likes of Q to some predator with a van… but he’s still a Government Employee – and there are not too many of them that I trust at all. In fact, if you consider yourself a red-blooded Patriot, that should automatically come with a healthy dose of skepticism and even paranoia, because how many times have we heard, “Hi, I’m from the Government, and I’m here to help.”

The point remains: we still don’t know who Q is, what the plan actually consists of, or where, precisely, we’re even headed. All we have are promises that it will be great, hints to tide us over in the meantime, and endless refrains to “trust the plan.”

Again, maybe you’re different from me, but trust in some unknown Government entity is just something I don’t think I’m even capable of. So inasmuch as my values and my goals have aligned with Q, I’ve tried to help.

Now don’t get me wrong here; I definitely believe Q is part of the Trump Administration, has regular contact with the President, and does have a plan that they intend to carry out. That doesn’t necessarily go hand-in-hand with a belief that they will succeed in their efforts; let alone succeed for me to be around and enjoy the fruits of that success. No, at best, I can believe in synergy between Q and the efforts of Anons on various fronts to bring about the results we would all like to see. I don’t see success as a guarantee.

So that’s the irony and the tension behind what drives me to try and do what I do in this movement as a writer and researcher.

But after three years of little-to-no tangible results on any of the fronts we’d all like to see results on, the reposting of the likes of dancing grandmas on Twitter who think they’re from the Planet Ayylamao and convulse on camera like they’re doing their best impression of Elaine from Seinfeld (No, Q, I’m never going to let you live that one down), on top of the (at the time) crashing economy and the growing coronavirus panic – I’ll admit it – I thought Trump and Q had completely lost the plot and had been blindsided; caught unprepared for something even the Looking Glass hadn’t shown either of them.

I’ll go so far as to say I even thought that Q was just a psychological operation to help Trump harness the power of Anons in order to produce free content and memes for his re-election bid – Anons which he was willing to throw away at a moment’s notice the second they became politically inconvenient, and swap them out with more middle-of-the-road cuckservatives like Charlie Kirk, whose positions waffle the second a slight breeze blows in. I don’t know about you, but I’ve been tossed out and rejected my whole life, so the thought that it was happening again; that Trump was just treating Anons as another expendable resource on the road to his re-election bid hit me as a particularly keen betrayal.

This disillusion, combined with my own personal losses during this time, and the increased “normie” presence in the movement just really turned me sour on Trump, on Q, on the entire movement.

I thought the Cabal had scored a victory; that they had managed to bring whatever “plan” Q was advocating to a screeching halt, and now all we had to show for everything was four years of wasted time. Maybe the critics were right. Maybe Q really was just a pacification tool designed to keep “right wing” anger down, and the people who would otherwise rise up, in check.

And to make matters that much worse, this all landed at a moment when I was just starting to feel, for the first time in over a decade, that my life was starting to come together. But no, now the Cabal had blindsided everyone, and Q was now nowhere as seemingly omniscient as before.

So I’ll admit it. I was mad. I was mad at Trump. I was furious at Q. And I wanted to walk away from the movement entirely.

But the real blow came when, on March 23rd, the Federal Reserve announced the start Unlimited Quantitative Easing.

Quantitative Easing, for those who are unfamiliar, is basically unlimited money printing by the Federal Reserve, and seeing as Trump had positioned himself as Anti-FED, this felt like a fundamental betrayal. What was worse was that I had positioned myself in the markets to take advantage of a further downside. Instead, what happened in response to unlimited money printing was that the markets basically shot back up to near their highs, detaching them completely from underlying economic realities like thousands sick, and millions unemployed. I saw my positions (and my once-in-a-lifetime opportunity during my SECOND once-in-a-lifetime crash) evaporate as billionaires got rewarded with what was, essentially, free cash from the Government. Who was, of course, here to help.

The one bright spot in all of this was then, as always, the memes. Money Printer goes brrrr will go down in history as one of the greats, and at least I was able to laugh in between bouts of mourning my economic misfortune.

You see, I had always been an anti-Fed guy from back in my Ron Paul days. I credit Paul with teaching me about the evils of Federal Reserve system, both with his book, End the Fed, and a book written along similar lines, The Creature from Jekyll Island.

So yes, my pedigree is Lolbertard, and yes, I used to unironically believe that married gays should be able to own guns to defend their weed farms, and that all drugs should be legalized and that briefcase nukes should be covered under the 2nd Amendment. Thankfully, the foolishness of youth has faded with experience, and now… I only believe you should be able to carry a briefcase nuke if you’re properly licensed.

All joking aside, I bring all that up to say that… I never, ever, in my wildest dreams, expected Trump to use what I saw as the exclusive tool of the Cabal – money printing – in order to achieve a “good” result.

To date, the Fed has admitted that is has injected over 6 Trillion dollars in “liquidity” into the economy since March, via a mechanism that was first experimented with during the 2008 Financial Crisis, the Special Purpose Vehicle, or SPV. This, combined with things like the Fed’s newly minted ability to buy commercial mortgage-backed securities, and their overnight repo program (a veritable financial black box, if ever there was one), and things like the Plunge Protection Team floating Futures markets overnight have lead even the most staunch Leftists to wonder where this unprecedented money printing and market manipulation will lead us.

And this isn’t some vast, right-wing conspiracy here. Take a listen to what Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell had to say about it in a recent interview with 60 minutes:

“As a central bank, we have the ability to create money digitally. And we do that by buying Treasury Bills or bonds for other government guaranteed securities. And that actually increases the money supply. We also print actual currency and we distribute that through the Federal Reserve banks.”

They print it “digitally.”

The New York Fed alone accounts for some 3.9 trillion of the Fed’s 6.98 trillion dollar balance sheet, as it has the “burden” of loaning out to some of the most troubled, poorest, and worst positioned among us; JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, and Morgan Stanley.

Won’t somebody think of the bankers!

This is, quite frankly, printing on a scale never seen before, and it has had the macro effect of floating the entire market almost back to pre-recession levels, leaving many to wonder if, indeed, the Fed could manipulate currency in such a way that all future recessions and depressions could be avoided entirely. Would a V-shaped recovery be just around the corner?
Common sense dictates that all bubbles must eventually pop, and in the case of our dollar-debt bubble, many would argue we’ve been overdue for a major correction for quite some time. In healthy markets, corrections, recessions, and depressions mean misallocated funds (driven by greed and speculation) get reallocated more appropriately over time. This reallocation then drives the next market cycle.

So what happens if you never allow the bubble to pop?

That’s the question on every investor’s mind right now, and we’ll soon know if the only white man on the planet named Jerome is able to single-handedly prevent economic collapse by making the money printers at the Federal Reserve brrrr just a little harder.

The answer, at least this time around, may just be “Yes.”

You see, the traditional view – and the one that I had going in to this financial crisis was that if you inflated the currency by, oh, say, printing trillions overnight, that acts as an invisible tax on the people. The government uses these funds to bail out the hedge fund billionaires and the globohomo megacorp CEOs, and the taxpayer, as always, gets stuck with the bill. But that not what we’re seeing play out this time around.

Why is that?

There’s only one real possible explanation that I’ve seen right now that makes any sense, but to truly understand it, we have to expand our thinking.

While the United States might be a free market in a micro sense, there’s much about our economy that’s anything but free. I know some Patriotic purists will hate to hear this, but it’s just the fact of the matter; our leaders by and large pay lip service to the free market… but only when it comes to very thin slices of the market, because there’s a big difference between you going down the street and deciding where to get your hair cut, and control over strategic resources like oil or rare earth metals.

Add this to overseas investment and the regional concerns brought about by global supply chains, and in actuality, what you have in the US is a market manipulated by all sorts of factions with their own agenda, looking to extract as much value, money, and power from the US as they can at any given moment. (Many old QPatriots will remember the day the Cabal dropped the markets by 666 points just to send a message to Trump). The global nature of the economy means exposure to subversive forces beyond our immediate control.

But now also consider this: the world is now more heavily leveraged than it has ever been in its entire history. Debt spending is at an all time high, across all sectors, nations, and peoples. Credit card debt is the highest its ever been, same with household debt, student loan debt, auto debt – and that’s just in the US. But what about emerging markets, the Eurozone, and Asia?

Well, they’re also borrowing more than ever before – partially just to keep up – and what’s more is that their debt is largely denominated in dollars.

This is because the Dollar is, in comparison, the most stable and liquid currency one can trade in. Oh, sure, deals do happen all the time in other currencies, but by and large, the Dollar’s greatest strength is that it is still the reserve currency of the world – and when it comes time to pay the piper, it has to be paid back in dollars.

Which means, demand for dollars is still increasing on a global scale. In fact, in the wake of the coronavirus and liquidity crisis, demand for dollars has grown dramatically.

And this is why, despite record printing by the Fed, the value of the dollar has also increased during this time.

As one commenter put it online, this is something known as debt deflation, where debt denominated in dollars is now becoming more expensive for debtors to hold. The faster they’re able to pay off their old debt, denominated in dollars, the better it is for them.

And since the entire world was hit by this crisis all at once, its had the effect of the playing field somewhat for everyone involved… except the US, who is in the power position by virtue of having the world’s reserve currency.

Everyone in the world has been scrambling to keep cashflow going – because liquidity is the lifeblood of any economy – and in order to do that, they basically need to take out new debt.

But to take out new debt, they need to pay off old debt, otherwise, no one will lend to them.

And remember, the old debt is getting more expensive by the moment due to the crisis…

So contrary to what may seem logical at first glance, yes, JPOW over at the Fed is inflating like never before… because he’s been trying to counter a deflationary crisis like never before.

But what about American debts held by foreign nations and the like? Wouldn’t that act as a sort of equalizing force. You often hear things like “China owns our debt,” so surely that must be balancing the scales a little.

Not really, and this is where Modern Monetary Theory comes into play.

Modern Monetary Theory is like the ultimate Chad of economics. It does what it wants, when it wants, and everyone loves him for it. And when it comes to things like national debt, it says, “No problem broski, we’ll just print a couple cool trill more and it’ll be all good.”

You think I’m joking, but I’m not. Listen to former Fed chairman Alan Greenspan saying as much on TV almost a decade ago:

“The United States can pay any debt it has because we can always print money to do that. So there is zero probability of default.”

If the US wanted to pay back all its debts tomorrow, it could, simply by turning on the money printer. It’s probably not in its best interest to do that all in one go, but… it would work.

The US will never default on anything. And the irony of it all is, even if the US was to do this, it would most likely STILL be in the global power position, because basically everyone else is worse off than we are.

This leads to a second factor that is perhaps missed at first glance. Money tends to flee towards stability, and there’s no other market on earth that is as stable as the US market. So money is flooding into US markets from the Eurozone, from the Middle East, from all corners of the globe – and this is on top of record retail investment, and Wall Street basically saying counting on the end of Corona, and this all being a temporary speed bump in a once-in-a-lifetime bull market.

There are, of course, growing challenges to US economic hegemony – namely from China – and I may talk about that, either in a future episode of this show, or in a future article – but by and large, the US is still the BMOC. And that’s largely good for the world, because believe me, you do not want China becoming the BMOC.

So that’s it, right? Modern Monetary Theory is proven correct and this and all future Recessions must bow before the might of the money printer, right?

Well… we’re not out of the woods yet. Remember, Coronavirus was not the cause of the big market crash back in late February; it just the catalyst that uncovered a liquidity crisis that had been brewing for a long time.

The answer to a liquidity crisis is injecting more liquidity, via money printing, into the system.

But recall, the last time we had a liquidity crisis, during the Great recession, it was the Bubble in the mortgage market popping that, at the time, was worth about only 700 billion dollars.

Currently, today, US Household debt sits at 14.3 trillion dollars.

Auto debt clocks in at 1.35 trillion.

Student debt is 1.42 trillion.

And Credit card debt is 1.1 trillion.

And current Mortgage debt bubble is now 10 trillion dollars.

Which is why the government is offering forbearance for all the government-backed mortgages right now, and why housing prices have actually stayed relatively stable; because homes that would have had to be sold otherwise – I’m talking rental properties, air BNB’s, that sort of thing (at least, as a first wave) have been stalled for the time being by that forbearance. (Some speculate that we may see housing prices start to fall in six months to a year as that forbearance runs out).

But the point is, basically any of these bubbles popping right now could bring the entire global economy to a screeching halt.

The Cabal knows this, and this is why they are doing everything in their power to make sure America can’t get back to work. They want to inflict mass pain on the American people, and bring us into a weakened state, so that we will be unable to fight them.

And this is ultimately why I think Trump did what I previously thought unthinkable, and printed like there was no tomorrow.

In truth, there’s never been a better time to do so.

Of course, there will probably be some long-term consequences for this. Namely, those who own our debt and who are currently trying to deleverage may reconsider buying new from us in the future. This is bad, long-term, for the hegemony of the Dollar. And really, I want you to catch this point, because this is where it all culminates:

They may try and seek out and replace the dollar with a new global reserve currency.

But somewhere… in the back of my mind, I’m thinking that this is all part of the plan.

Because what the US could do in this scenario is effectively create a new dollar with “intrinsic” value – that is, a gold- or otherwise precious-metal backed currency, and offer it in exchange for “old dollars” at a 10000 x 1 ratio, or whatever they want to peg it at.

But for this to truly succeed, I think it would have to be framed as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for all US Debt holders. And for that to happen, the US has to keep itself competitive with the rest of the world in the meantime.

In other words, Trump has to use every tool in the toolbox to turn the screws on all these other debtor nations – China most of all – to make sure they can’t gain a competitive advantage in this scenario.

Oh, and boy does he have some tools at his disposal. The next big one being, of course, negative interest rates.

Here’s another concept I never thought I’d end up cheering, but in this particular worldwide pandemic scenario, Negative interest rates make sense.

See, the primary effect of negative interest rates is that it now costs banks money to keep money stagnant and sitting in their vaults. If it’s not moving, it’s costing them every single night, so with negative interest rates, it’s much better to get the money moving.

In other words, negative interest rates basically force an increase liquidity by making it expensive to hold money overnight. And during a liquidity crisis, this helps nations – especially debtor nations – find enough liquidity to keep their own economies going and pay back their debts (which again, are denominated mostly in dollars).

So if the US ALSO went for negative interest rates, that would have the effect of leveling the playing field by negating any benefit these other nations would receive from their own central banks instituting negative interest rates.

Think of it as Mutually Assured Economic Destruction, if you like, but if we’re being blunt, the US absolutely must do everything it can to remain in a power position, at this time.

And again, with me locked into my Libertarian / Austrian economic frame of reference, I thought Trump was starting to lose it when he tweeted out in late September of last year that, and I quote:

The Federal Reserve should get our interest rates down to ZERO, or less, and we should then start to refinance our debt. INTEREST COST COULD BE BROUGHT WAY DOWN, while at the same time substantially lengthening the term. We have the great currency, power, and balance sheet…..

The USA should always be paying the the lowest rate. No Inflation! It is only the naïveté of Jay Powell and the Federal Reserve that doesn’t allow us to do what other countries are already doing. A once in a lifetime opportunity that we are missing because of “Boneheads.”

Forgetting about, the obvious “Skull and Bones” reference at the end (Which I spoke about briefly on Gab at the time) I now see the wisdom in this. This is about much more than just the US; this is about making sure the US Dollar – and thus US power – will never be supplanted by, for instance, the Chinese Yuan.

Trump would later go on to tweet:

As long as other countries are receiving the benefits of Negative Rates, the USA should also accept the “GIFT”. Big numbers!

And he’s absolutely right. There’s also an interesting secondary effect that would happen should negative interest rates kick into effect. See, if you’re a multimillionaire, it’s generally because you’re good at handling money, and you seek financial security. One way you can gain security is by buying interest paying treasury bonds, which are generally regarded as one of the safest investments you can make and pay out interest at set intervals… but if that interest disappears and now comes with a cost instead… these same investors will now move more cash into banks, where insurance (for up to 250,000 dollars) is free. Meanwhile, Bonds still continue to rise, even as they go negative, because there is still an incredible amount of demand for them, and they still serve as hedges against, well, lots of crazy financial forces.

And meanwhile, the banks with more deposits on hand can lend more, due to the fractional reserve nature of their business.

I know, it’s all a bit counter-intuitive, which is why it’s taken some time for me to wrap my own head around all this, but we’re already seeing this in action across the globe. Various European nations and Japan have already issued negative rate bonds, and these bonds total some 13 trillion in value as we speak.

But that’s not all. There are other ways Trump can continue to turn the screws – on China in particular. I was encouraged the other day when I saw the Senate passed a bill removing the loophole that has previously existed exclusively for Chinese companies to avoid Sarbanes-Oxley accounting requirements, lest they be forcibly delisted from US stock exchanges.

For those unfamiliar, there’s a set of laws which dictates what publicly-traded companies have to report, in order to prevent fraud, and stop dishonest execs from cooking the proverbial books. But China has been exempt from those requirements because, well, many in our government are corrupt and owned by China, so they basically let Corporate China – which remember, is controlled by the Chinese Government – post whatever numbers they wanted year after year, quarter after quarter, luring American investors with promises of freshly baked tendies as the Chinese Dragon rose from 3rd world economy, to 2nd world Industrialized powerhouse. And we all know the Chinese to be completely upstanding, virtuous, and above all honest in all their wheelings and dealings, right?

This bit of legislation came in the wake of the collapse of Luckin coffee – often seen as the “Chinese Starbucks” – where the price of the stock collapsed from around 30 dollars a share to around 2 dollars, after being exposed for sales fraud by the SEC and subsequently being delisted from the NASDAQ.

Its safe to say that without complying with these strict accounting requirements, Chinese reporting is lax, at best, and downright fraudulent, at worst. Remember, this is a culture that is all about saving face, and which builds entire ghost cities to inflate its GDP.

You think cooking their books to screw American investors is beyond the pale for them? Fat chance.

And beyond that, there’s quite a few other things Trump can always do, if he needs to. For instance, he can work to get more stimulus checks sent to the people, if need be. I don’t think he will, because I don’t think he has to – and there’s also the issue of House democrats standing in the way (effectively holding the health and prosperity of the American people hostage). Beyond that, Trump knows the best course of action right now is simply to re-open the country and start aggressively going after any state politicians who get in his way.

He could also issue a ban on short selling, though I think this won’t be as effective as it sounds on paper. All this would end up doing is getting more people trading on margin, during a liquidity crisis, and that’s not what Trump wants at this time.

There’s also rumblings of a tax holiday for the American people. Think of it: if the average tax burden is 30% of your income, this means you work 4 months out of the year, each year, before you see a single penny. Forget that the founders are rolling in their graves over such fraud and waste. Americans have been out of work for months now – almost 4 months, to be precise. And if we’re going to keep the money printers going at full blast – why not have them print on behalf of the people and give them all a tax holiday at this point?

This would be better than any stimulus check imaginable, and some of Trump’s advisers have been pushing a payroll tax holiday for months. According to a Fox News report, the payroll tax brings in some 1.17 trillion – 35.2 percent of Federal revenue. A payroll tax holiday would drop the tax rate from 14.2 percent all the way down to Zero. That would be HUGE for Americans right now. And since we’ve already printed 6 trillion, honestly, what’s 1.17 trillion more?

Oh, and as I’m about to begin recording this, the White House is announcing it’s looking at a new tax incentive that would make a portion of income tax-free, for households who invest in the stock market. So add that to the toolbox as well.

So what’s the larger point I’m trying to make with this? Trump is pulling out all the stops to make the economy work for the American people once again, but he has very large, global, macro concerns he has to deal with which the average person may not, on the surface, even perceive. What does that mean for the markets? Well, I personally wouldn’t be surprised if we see a retest of recent lows again. Lil Yachty is about to release a new album, and if you think I’m joking about what that does to the market, just go look at what’s happened every time he’s dropped one previously. But in all seriousness, if the Cabal wants to push things in that direction, Trump is promising to inflict the maximum pain in return. He’s still got a lot of tools at his disposal (which I think he’s saved up, methodically), but he isn’t afraid to use them. And then, of course, there’s the long-promised end of it all – the replacement of the fiat Dollar with a gold-backed dollar. For the first time, I can see the logistics of how such a miracle might be accomplished. And depending on whether or not you believe what BDAnon says about the gold, this could be an even more interesting scenario than anyone could have previously ever imagined.

And even though I got majorly burned on my short positions in March and April, it’s still nice to have someone in our corner, fighting for us for once.

That’s it for this, the first episode of the Neon Revolt Show.

If you liked the show, please remember to subscribe on the platform of your choice. I’ll be posting these on Gab, Bitchute, Youtube, as well as creating an RSS feed on my website for people to subscribe to directly with their favorite podcast app, so there are plenty of options to listen at your leisure. My goal is to publish a new episode every couple of weeks in between articles, and keep the conversation going, so hopefully you’ve enjoyed it and found it both thought-provoking and entertaining.

My name is Neon Revolt. You can find more of my content at

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If you’re wondering what this whole Q thing is about, I’ve written an awesome book about it entitled Revolution Q, which you can pick up a physical copy from, which I highly recommend because it is gorgeous, the printer did an astounding job (and I’m not the only one who thinks so, this thing is beautiful)

Or if ebooks are more your style, you can pick that up from Amazon as well, or you can buy it from just about any other ebook vendor out there, so if you prefer Apple books, Barnes and Noble, whoever – there are like 40 different digital stores that carry it, it doesn’t matter; they all have ebook versions available for purchase.

Reviews for the book have been out-of-this world, and if best-sellers were counted fairly for those like me, the book would have been on best-seller lists immediately after the initial crowdfunding, but the publishing industry hasn’t caught up to the reality of the modern marketplace – and it doesn’t like competition very much, so if you haven’t read it yet, pick up a copy of Revolution Q today, because it is well worth your time.

Thanks for listening. Once again, my name is Neon Revolt.

Until next time.

10 thoughts on “The Neon Revolt Show – Episode 1: What I Learned Spending a Month as a Liberal”

  1. As a finance major that has always been interested in the Fed, company valuations and the market, I love love loved this podcast, Neon. I went to an economic summit a few years back and my old college professor told us, the market doesn’t make sense anymore, you can’t use the old valuation formulas we learned in school to figure out where the market is going. He kind of threw his hands up, saying good luck with investments, lol.

    Knowing what Trump is trying to accomplish is reassuring, he is a fighter, brilliant and perfect for such a time as this. Thank you for your take on all of this. You always break down the complicated into easy to understand chunks, quite the talent there! Excellent first podcast!

  2. Thanks for sharing. I always love your realness. You know the one thing I like the most about your book is the chapter where you share about yourself! I love you realness!!! Love it!

  3. ” I don’t know about you, but I’ve been tossed out and rejected my whole life, so the thought that it was happening again; that Trump was just treating Anons as another expendable resource on the road to his re-election bid hit me as a particularly keen betrayal.”

    There’s a reason that Strauss and Howe refer to us the 3rd generation in each 4-generation cycle as the “Nomad” generation, who are, among other things, deeply cynical.


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