Wednesday, December 21, 2016

America versus the New World Order

The recent election of Donald Trump has generated massive controversy and resistance from a variety of actors and organizations.  Trump, who has had a tremendously successful career as a real estate developer and investor, has been ridiculed as an incompetent, a racist, anti-woman and other negative features.  100 years ago, his election would have been heralded as good for America, as the business of the United States is business and private property.  Today, we are seeing resistance, from hired protestors to challenges in the electoral college.  The news media is on fire and there is a move to censor the alternate view, from these same sources. 

I have read the books from 50 years ago.  There were actions attempted in Congress to stop this anti-American activity in the early part of the 1950's, making the same claims.  These actions were lobbied out of existence, labeled as ridiculous.  The writers mentioned groups, such as the Council on Foreign Relations and United Nations, that were designed to hijack the United States government and put us under international rule.  All of this was labeled as conspiracy theory, tinfoil wacko stuff.

After 60 years of living and some knowledge of this subject over the past 20 years, I have to believe there is a lot to the conspiracy theories.  In fact, there isn't a conspiracy, except in the media and in politics to hide the intent of what they are doing and to label anyone who points out what they are doing as unconstitutional and treasonous, as a tinfoil nut.  I quit reading, and for the most part, I quit talking about the subject and began to watch.  Anyone who pays attention over time, has to know this is no theory, but a fact. 

Political correctness is one of the items that has come out of the act to delegitimize America and brand America as a bad country.  I believe the signing of the UN Genocide Treaty and the political correctness movement arose at the same time.  There was a clause in the Treaty, which the US refused to sign for 30 years, that stated that someone who made a statement deemed to hurt the feelings of a member of a group or a group was guilty of genocide.  There goes the 1st amendment and in comes the thought police.  Upon reading this, there was a story of the arrest of a teenage kid at school, who had called an overweight girl a fat cow.  This happened locally.  Though not nice, the idea of arrest was foreign to the public view at that time and the kid was let loose.  Having read the books, I knew this was in fact an attempt to exercise the treaty in the US.  The people of the country hadn't swallowed the nonsense enough to take action of such absurd proportions. 

We need look no farther than the recent election to see how far the political correctness, UN genocide treaty has advanced in the United States and as far as that goes, around the world.  Outsiders are being brought in throughout Europe and North America, under the guise of refugees.  Who created these refugees in the first place?  The politically correct US establishment, in fomenting civil war in the secular Middle East and North Africa.  The ruling establishment is up to their necks in this policy and behind such movement. 

Order out of chaos is the mantra of the internationalists.  The current line of thought was organized out of world war I & II.  The League of Nations failed after World War I, because the United States people refused to be put under such an organization.  Having failed, they planned a bigger war, with European socialism being the spearhead.  The abandonment of gold as a support for European money, the demands on Germany to pay for the war that was no more their fault than the fault of France, England or Russia and the insane division of Europe, were acts that created the stage for World War II. 

There is no greater spearhead in US history for the rise of international regulation and government than the establishment of the Federal Reserve.  Unless one understands money and credit together with banking, it is difficult for the general public to see this problem.  The problem is linked to the fact that once banking starts making loans by creating deposits, the money no longer exists to satisfy the deposit liabilities or for that matter, to pay the accrued interest, as all the money is all the money.  Post World War II,  the Breton Woods Agreement was negotiated to monetize world trade and fix the value of the various currencies around the world to the dollar.  This action allowed for the re-establishment of European currency and trade, but it served to drain the US of trade dollars and instead of buying American, foreign countries merely bought US bonds in place of gold or dollars themselves.  Eventually, the United States ran out of gold to deliver and the system moved to purely debt money. 

The abandonment of gold put the monetary systems of the world on purely debt money.  The problem with debt money is there is no rational limit to where the game begins and ends, as the entire structure is based on fiction rather than substance.  Credit demands constant expansion, or the economy stagnates and the system comes apart.  This means that bankers have more debt to draw interest and those outside the banks have more debts to pay.  It also means the position of the bank is perilous and with it the deposits of its customers.  It becomes a catch 22, extortion racket.

Consumer bank finance, whether it be credit cards, car loans or mortgages, if held by banks, forces the consumer to dedicate more of his future income to paying for past consumption, thus creating a condition of lower future demand.  At the same time, the balance sheets of industries and banks are inflated.  The entire system is a balance sheet.  Debt financed out of savings, can merely be seen as delayed spending and at risk with no risk to the system, only to the lender.  There is no savings used in bank credit other than the extraction of capital created from the sale of items.  Thus, bank money has a way of impounding the capital of others, while the bank operates as a middle man.  This is why inflation, which is nothing more than the expansion of credit, is not good for the economy. 

To tie this in with the international scheme of rule, one must come to understand what created the Great Depression, that which led to the great bubble in the stock market, that is seen as the cause of the depression by many.  The bubble was merely an effect of loose Federal Reserve monetary policy, undertaken in part to support the overvalued return of Britain to the gold standard.  This is an important feature, because international trade and the solvency of such trade is a key component of globalism.  The currency doesn't matter, so much as the debt that accrues from international trade.

During the 1920's, the US was the only solvent country of any means on Earth.  Europe had exhausted its finances in World War I, and for the most part, destroyed its capacity to back their money with gold.  Britain returned to the gold standard in a modified gold exchange system, which was really nothing, but a fraud.  To understand gold, one must understand that credit must be liquidated or the nation using credit becomes impoverished by the credit used to carry on commerce. 

At the end of the war, the US was a rapidly expanding economy, largely on the war trade it carried on during World War I.  The end of the war was painful for the US economy, as witnessed by the panic of 1919-1921.  Inflated commodities fell in price.  Roaring factories supplying the war shut down.  The economy had to transition and the related debt had to be liquidated.  Of course, the early 1900's were a period of creativity, and the new inventions had a market.  Domestic and foreign.  In order to transact international trade, Wall Street bankers and other entities created debt instruments to finance imbalances in trade.  It didn't matter if it was debt or gold, as long as the credits for gold moved to make payment.  Capital flows, in the form of investment would usually have been made to create demand, but the new game was debt financing.  Otherwise, American investment in European production would have had to been transacted, just as the reverse was true when the US was growing in prior years. 

The problem was, the banks were giving credit to bankrupt nations, to buy American goods.  This created the boom of the 1920's, something that couldn't be sustained.  When the party stopped, the United States fell into the worst depression in its history.   The length of the depression was caused by the fact the Federal Reserve was insolvent and the loans from Europe were broadly held in the US banking system.  All debt was based on inflated values.  So, it was either liquidate the debt and the bad investment and start over or cover up the situation.  The later was the choice, as it was the only way the big banks and the central bank were to remain intact.  FDR cancelled payment in gold and substituted currency with the fiat "This note is legal tender for all debts public and private".  He then devalued the dollar from $20 and change per ounce to $35 an ounce, providing for room to inflate.  The system was not allowed to de-lever and though the stock market recovered half its losses between 1932 and 1937, the economy didn't recover.  Demand had little to do with it.  It was the fact that certain parties were excused from having to take losses.  The Federal Reserve provided the illusion of unlimited credit and system couldn't make good on its debts. 

With the advent of Bretton Woods and the United Nations, a couple more institutions arose.  They were the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank.  The World Bank was primarily to make international government loans to finance projects in emerging countries.  The IMF was to stop international bankruptcy at the border of participating countries, to ensure the bank loans to such countries were good.  This prevented the losses that always arise from excessive credit expansion from laying at the feet they belong and instead by paid by the sale of assets in the rescued country.  These fire sales are generally attended by the same internationalists that are behind such financing. 

One only need look at the debt prison in which Greece resides to understand the forces behind the IMF.  Greece is broke and will remain broke.  The debt is bad.  Yet, the IMF and the European System provides the illusion the debt of Greece is good.  They have now made the fatal mistake of taking much of the paper into the ECB, which upon default will make the ECB broke.  This has international implications.  One cannot be held in bondage and remain free.

We have now crossed the boundary of sanity in finance.  In the United States, we used Federal Reserve currency for trade.  But, unknown to most, the dollar is merely an international debt instrument.  The dollar derives its value, not on its acceptance in trade, but its acceptance in credit.  No dollars, no credit.  This is because the loans around the world, to finance trade, are largely made in dollars.  One has no use for financial paper, if there isn't a market in which to park it.  The demise of the dollar, based on some idea of value, is greatly exaggerated.  To destroy the dollar is to destroy most of the cross border paper on Earth. One would have to find an acceptable substitute, which there is only one, the Euro.  The Euro is backed by a system that is more in debt than the United States system.  Thus, the move to the Euro would involve the purchase of debt instruments of higher risk and lower quality.  The yen is even more perilous, as the debt levels in Japan are at a point where bankruptcy is the only real solution to recovery.  The Yuan of China is based on the dollar assets held in China and there is little in the form of debt based on the Chinese currency to give it any substance in trade.  This, with the fact the debt in China is as perilous as any on Earth, meaning that a conversion of the yuan to gold would immediately result in the removal of all gold from the country. 

Whereas we the people have to save our money to buy the bonds of the United States, banking institutions merely have to create credit on their balance sheet to buy the bonds.  Their main exposure is interest rate risk and little else.  They get their interest bearing paper for free.  This is why governments put up with banks and why they bail them out in crisis. 

The fraud in all of this is the entire system is based on debt that will never be paid.  It is supported only by the continual liquidation of equity in capital held by the people of the various nations involved.  Whereas, we the people work, for our money, the banks merely create it on their ledger, in return for the pledge of an asset or future income.  The less in real assets pledged, the higher the risk and the rate.  One might witness the financial crisis of 2007-2009 revolved around the value of equity on the homes of Americans.  Once values quit inflating, the debt that could be reasonably attached to this collateral began to shrink.  If one examines the value of housing in the country and the amount of debt against such value, they will realize the shelter in which most people live is fully hocked to the system.  This is one reason the recovery has been so poor. 

Currencies are bank paper.  Forget the countries in which they are accepted in trade.  They have nothing to do with the governments of the countries they are attached.  Greece could leave the EU and still use Euros in trade, if they wished.  In fact, they would probably need Euros to carry on proper trade, as long as the Euro maintained value.  I see this possibility, even if the EU dissolves.  As long as the banks use the unit, make loans in the units and collect debts in the unit, the name makes no difference.  Most times, one has no problem spending dollars, wherever they go in the world, mainly because the dollar is superior to the unit used in the country.  I have never had a dollar refused in Mexico, a country that has been ravaged by inflation to the point that it now takes 20,000 old pesos to buy a dollar worth about 10 cents, 1964, a time when the exchange rate was 8 to 1.  Thus the Mexican people have seen the real value of their money go from 8 to 1 to 200,000 to 1, inflation sufficient enough to make a million dollars relatively worth about $40. 

If you can put this discussion together, you can understand why they want to break down borders and apply the debt universally.  Banks cannot pay their liabilities.  They have never been able to pay their liabilities, as they have never had the money on deposit to make a single loan over and above their deposits.  The system has been based on legislative fraud from the beginning.  Trade financed in deficit can only be paid with more credit, whereas the funds for repayment of such credit does not exist.  In this form, if allowed to remain for a century, as it has, allows for a small group to gain control of all the equity on Earth.  This is why the top .01% of the populations around the world have had all the gains and if the system came apart, why they would have all the losses.  They would have to liquidate to pay their liabilities. 

This same small group controls the boards of directors of the major corporations around the world.  Thus, it would be to their advantage to control the international regulations and to continue to set competitors at a disadvantage.  No borders would remove international debt problems and allow them to apply the bad debts to others.  No currency in circulation would resolve the banks from ever performing on a liability, as there could be no liability removed from the system.  Thus we would all have to pay.  Growth would be limited to the potential for consumption of the products produced by these international companies and of course, debt interest being extracted from others would require more and more deficit spending by governments around the world, as the means to pay would not exist for the population at large. 

I liken the debt system employed around the world to the story in Genesis, where the people of Israel became imprisoned in bondage in Egypt.  The story goes that Pharaoh gathered up the money and the people had to hock their cattle, their land and themselves to survive.  After the crisis, Pharaoh gave them back their land, their cattle and their lives in return for 20% of what they made.  Looks familiar doesn't it?  The gathering up of gold into the Fed in 1913, the income tax and the Great Depression?

Is it any wonder why Trump may provide such a threat to these people that they fabricate all kinds of lies and movements against him?  I took a look and only the Secretary of Education is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.  It is unheard of for a CIA director, a Secretary of Defense and the Treasury Secretary to not be members.  The only Clinton not listed as a member is Hillary, only because she was out due to political reasons.  Chelsea is a member.  Who the hell is she?  A look at the donors of the Priorities USA PAC, a Soros creation to allow Hillary to illegal fund raise for the election, provides a list of members in their donations. 

If Trump holds true and he isn't murdered, we are going to see a new plan for America.  If I were Trump, I would cancel all debts, foreign and domestic, in the US dollar and replace it and the Federal Reserve with gold.  I don't believe we will be able to reset this game without taking such drastic actions.  There would surely have to be a plan of equity, but the system cannot be held in international bondage, created by endowing a small group the power to make the money in circulation and regulate the value of said money, together with providing protection for the scheme to remain intact.  The scheme is falling apart and it is unjustly bringing all property in the world into the hands of the few that have access to the credit finance scheme.  Hardship would follow, but prosperity would return to the public at large.  Maybe the price exchange of gold would be $1 million an ounce.  Who cares, as it is all relative and the market would establish a value in real terms relatively soon. 

To understand the international game, one must understand international finance and the paper money scheme.  This is where it originated and it is where it will either end or we will find ourselves in permanent bondage.  The big players will still have their property, but they won't be able to finance their revolutions around the world and dilute the rights of the American people.  Banks will be required to operate without deposit insurance and they will return to their basic purpose, to finance short term paper for short term projects.  Men like George Soros will lose their capacity to manipulate markets and draw billions to make a mess of the American system.  Arbitrage and speculation will lose its purpose.  Electronic money will go away and true charity will determine welfare, as it always did prior to the imposition of this scheme on the United States. 

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