Gustavsaure APRIL 8, 2015 AT 1:57 AM Fair enough. Weapons that manipulate the weather. Weapons that manipulate the jet stream, snuff out low pressure systems, and cause droughts.
This guy predicted four months ago that there would be no snowpack to feed the Central Valley this summer.
No one else did that. He did becasue he can identify with simple meteorological tools the signature of these ionospheric heaters or scalar interferometers or whatever you want to call them (as long as it isn’t “Haarp”).
The consequences of this behaviour will obviously have massive economic consequences.
So, do these actions fit into the “macroprudential mandates of the multilateral framework?”
Are these criminal actions, like what you say are the “proxy wars,” being allowed by the BIS?
Or are they rogue elements with the US military industrial complex which is obviously not going down without a fight?
cassiefoley911 APRIL 8, 2015 AT 9:39 AM If my memory serves me correctly, nearly a year ago now, Lyndon Larouche stated in one of his podcasts (although time consuming, can be verified by checking his website) that California and the area to a particular river (unable to remember which one) was gone, finished and nothing could be done for it and the people there needed to accept them and migrate.
I sent the website an email asking where exactly did he think the people were going to migrate to? Was it possibley China? All those new cities that have been built and sitting vacant. Of course I never got a reply.
Again it is difficult to document an intention. Generally speaking it is far more successful after the fact than before. I do believe your point is valid. Cheers
Daneackerman APRIL 8, 2015 AT 6:07 PM So if “we the people” had to choose whether we wanted the west coast to be bombarded with typhoons or to defend the land against those typhoons with a artificial high pressure (HAARP) which leaves the result of drought what would we choose?
I hear people say everytime there is an election that they choose the lesser of two evils so what is the lesser evil here?
But what would happen if water was to be introduced and traded on Wall Street?
irrelevant111 APRIL 8, 2015 AT 12:55 AM JC n all, One must admit the following provides food for thought. Best to All, John
The Dream Of Life - Alan Watts
peaknikmicki APRIL 8, 2015 AT 10:40 AM “. This guy predicted four months ago that there would be no snowpack to feed the Central Valley this summer. No one else did that.”
I disagree meteorologist and astrophysicist Piers Corby has accurately been predicting weather, drought and even earthquakes based on solar activity, meteors and their impact on jet streams etc.
Dottie Derewicz APRIL 8, 2015 AT 3:05 PM Dane Wigington is the best on this.. lots of facts and proof from his site, but people don’t want to believe that government would ever do this..lol..so governments don’t bomb innocent people either.
Gary Brazell APRIL 9, 2015 AT 1:41 AM Check out the Electric Universe Theory. Or check out Ben Davidson on his daily Planet and Sun interaction observations.
irrelevant111 APRIL 8, 2015 AT 10:46 AM Ahhh, Philosophers…
Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl - Philospher's Song
hugovictor54 APRIL 9, 2015 AT 12:22 AM Dear Irrelevant: I’ll drink to that! Jack
speedspirit APRIL 8, 2015 AT 8:45 PM JC Can you help me understand why the United States opted to raise the national debt to over $18 Trillion without investing in infrastructure?
I see Shadowstats states unemployment at 23% compared to official at 13% but either way if they would of invested a few trillion in infrastructure then thousands would be working real skill jobs contributing to a better economy.
A better economy would bring in more tax dollars. My point is if these guys running the government are so smart then why all the stupidity?
Cramley APRIL 8, 2015 AT 8:58 PM DB floats a trial ballon…”The bank believes that the market might be [surprised how] rapidly advancing Chinese renminbi internationalization and capital account liberalization are.” The google translate is a little stilted so I cleaned it up a bit.
China and Germany are the big driving forces behind the changes to come.
irrelevant111 APRIL 9, 2015 AT 1:14 AM Focus on AIIB and most will understand the change taking place.
Change is occurring for those that see… Think of it simply, as diamonds to dust….:)
Dan Fogelberg ~Diamonds To Dust~
Dottie Derewicz APRIL 9, 2015 AT 8:11 PM Being a new student to this..could you do a, balance of payments deficit..for dummies explanation. I am not grasping exactly how this is going to work. Thank you JC.
As such, any country with a balance of payments deficit could have its central bank buyback previously issued money with new allocations of SDR.
(Note: The possibility of governments once again regaining control of their central banks would support the methodology described here. But these central banks, though now hypothetically under the control of governments, would still operate within the framework of the more macro globalization of central banks which is taking place. See post The Globalization of Central Banks.)
This transaction of domestic reserve currency, such as the USD, to supra-sovereign SDR asset, will serve to reduce the monetary base of the country from which the currency was issued, in this case the United States.
irrelevant111 APRIL 9, 2015 AT 11:00 PM JC n Friends, No more music from me as we attempt to understand the absurdity in man.
Yemen is another attempt to create war. The PTB’s are so obvious.
A last song that is worth listening for fellow musicians or those that hear…
Ozzy Osbourne - Mama I'm Coming Home performed by ZxE73 Best viewed in HD 720p!
Roger Parness APRIL 10, 2015 AT 1:20 AM Ozzy!
irrelevant111 APRIL 10, 2015 AT 2:38 AM Thanks Roger, Many seek the Holy Grail re: currency. Time will tell. Smile n grin. JC is the best as we journey on…:)
moksha2020 APRIL 9, 2015 AT 11:54 PM JC – First time poster. I’ve been reading your blog for a few months now after initially running into your posts on Dinar Recaps.
I’m one of those guys that looked up to the alternate media gurus for answers and they have only confused me further and left my head spinning even harder.
I took all of them seriously and it took me a while to figure out that I saw them as subject matter experts simply because they spoke and wrote so confidently. Most of these guys are just noise and use fear to sell their ideas.
I am analytical by nature and I’ve been trying to understand what’s going on for a while. Your blog and the comments posted by you and your expert followers helped me immensely.
There is very little out there that even comes close to your blog. Every time you wrote, I went back and read your older posts to further my understanding.
Despite that however, I still have major gaps in my understanding. I’m hoping that you’d take time to address my questions. I’d greatly appreciate it. Thank you, RK
How the Multilateral system works?
In the multilateral framework, it appears to me that the goal is to peg exchange rates (may be within a narrow band) once implemented. If this is true, then
1. the only thing that can change is the volume of domestic currency in accordance with the forex surpluses/deficits to keep the exchange rate pegged. How else it could work?
2. countries can’t print as they want anymore. They can only print according to the agreed upon formula. In that case, how is the domestic inflation/deflation addressed if the exchange rate can’t change? Domestic currency exchanged for SDR to find the optimal mix? What happens when domestic policy needs contradict with international mandates?
3. currency exchange rate pegging is the goal of the new system, it will ultimately lead to one world currency. Am I right thinking this way?
The way I see it is that the multilateral planners used the QE to get all the ducks lined up – such as bringing the forex (USD) levels of each country up/down to align with their target allocation ratios, and to manage currency volatility to have them stay within a band in preparation for the new system etc.
This clearly requires funding. This means QE really has nothing to do with the US economy and all the stock/real estate gains are an unintended side effect of this implementation?
It also means that the gains will be taken away once the new system is approved and implemented? Am I right for thinking this way?
What about the $s given to US banks that are deposited back with the Fed? What is the purpose of this?
The purpose of the gold transfer to China seems to agreed to by all parties and the goal is to make Yuan look good for internationalization. No one will question the Yuan’s credibility if China puts gold behind it. Once Yuan builds credibility, then there is no use for gold just like the situation we now have in the western countries.
Is this why you say Gold will go down along with everything else once the system is fully implemented and bought into?
If the gold was in fact moved to China for this purpose, does this also mean that the multilateral planners are banking on the fact that no one will question the amount of gold left in US and other countries that are already part of the SDR? I’m assuming that gold in the US was moved out here. I don’t know if that is true or not.
US specific Questions
One of your other readers asked why the US debt levels were increased so much over the past few years without investing them into infrastructure etc.
1. Was this a planned misallocation or an unintended side effect of the QE/funding of the multilateral system?
2. Clearly in the new system, the amount of USD in circulation has to be drastically reduced. Is the plan to deflate all the markets/assets and then use the debt to take out as much USD out of the system as possible?
3. This also means that the ultimate strategy is not to devalue the dollar when this is fully implemented, but to deflate. This means a lot of folks that have debt/mortgages will go broke?
4. I can’t see how the US specifically not getting impacted quite a bit one way or the other (devaluation or deflation). You seem to be fairly confident that US people will make it out ok from all of the dramatic USD inflation/deflation. I’m having a hard time drawing that conclusion. Where I am wrong?
5. If deflation is the final strategy, what about the devaluation that already took place – especially in the last 15 years due to ZIRP and QE?
Multilateral system implementation – Planned or law of unintended consequences?
The way I understand it, the new multi-lateral system will only work if all parties agree and work together. In your opinion, US congress not passing the imf reforms is a planned event by the multilateral system planners or there exists a faction or two that doesn’t want to see the new system implemented?
If there are in fact cooperating with each other, how do you explain Ukraine/Syria etc.?
Dottie Derewicz APRIL 10, 2015 AT 12:20 PM Thanks Moksha.. many of the same questions that I had. You broke them down so well.
cassiefoley911 APRIL 10, 2015 AT 9:38 PM I agree with Dottie. Well put.
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