Bruce MARCH 22, 2015 AT 9:47 PM JC, While I very much enjoy reading your posts and am consistently informed by them, I’m now hoping (against hope?) that you are wrong about coming developments in the world.
It’s clear to me that “America” has been used as a cat’s-paw by the globalist enterprise, and will relatively soon be consigned to the ash heap of history, with all that entails.
However, your apparent confidence that the ongoing social engineering (CSI) and readjustment of the structures of hierarchical power will lead to an, at least momentary, reduction in corruption and consequent improvement in the lives of most humans, is something I don’t find plausible.
In my opinion, humanity is approaching a crossroads. We will either individually wake up to our personal sovereignty and do what is necessary to reorganize ourselves on principles of freedom and the non-aggression principle, or we will go into the Technocratic dystopia that Cultural and Socioeconomic Interception represents.
CSI is not our friend. We’re either on the verge of awakening to our true nature, or we’re going to a place where the elite consensus will suppress that with technology, possibly for a long, long time.
JC Collins MARCH 22, 2015 AT 9:53 PM This future is frightening Bruce. I agree. The potential for catastrophe is great. With that being said, I see this as a road which the human race cannot avoid. Where it leads may surprise us. Though it could also ruin us.
irrelevant111 MARCH 23, 2015 AT 4:04 AM A bleak look on man.
There is a hope that some semblance of balance may occur for awhile. A hope for mankind as we journey on…
Time will as always reveal… Best My Friends, The Prodigal Son
b.klausen MARCH 22, 2015 AT 10:03 PM “The coming exchange rate structure changes and re-balancing will offer opportunity for those who have the wherewithal and gumption to act on factual and realistic data.”
Exchange rate structure changes and re-balancing.
This has been discussed here before to some degree, but was wondering if you might expand on this comment in a bit more detail? Always compelled to hear what others have to say on this matter of re-balancing exchanging rates or re-setting.
If the rmb is added in January, is it safe to assume this will also be the same timeline for the rebalancing of the exchange rate structure across the board?
JC Collins MARCH 22, 2015 AT 10:21 PM There will be multiple stages to any “reset” or exchange rate changes. Initially it will be the volatility associated with the ending of pegs to the USD.
Currencies will peg to larger currencies, such as the VND to the RMB. Eventually we will see most currencies peg to the SDR in some fashion.
I would recommend researching the Chiang Mai Initiative, as this will act as the exchange rate equivalent to the AIIB methodology. The seeds of the full multilateral have already been planted. Now they will grow and expand.
Cramley MARCH 22, 2015 AT 10:44 PM http://www.dooo.cc/2014/09/31591_4.shtml
“In A mode, the world will form a loose “Eurasia Economic Circle” and loose “Marine Economic Zone.” Two multi-level economic zone, will promote improved international political and economic order, such as the IMF quota reform, under the rules of the WTO framework upgrade, the global financial system under the G20 framework for remodeling, under Basel 3 framework for financial regulation The unification.
While in the B mode, essentially it will form a global US-led “downstream group”, and led by China, “upstream group.” The integration of the two groups in the financial industry, and even the local military with lighter colors on its own system of governance. This will bring a deep rift globalization.
When China must switch from A to B mode mode, China maintain system stability urgency to rise significantly.
Essentially, the systemic risk that domestic interest rate risk and foreign exchange risk of resonance…
At the same time, we need to note that China’s financial opening reorientation, that China may not welcome the risk-free arbitrage capital, but welcome venture capital,. We saw through Hong Kong and Shanghai, and more likely to see an open channel, or RMB back channel.”
Chris Peters MARCH 22, 2015 AT 10:44 PM Fascinating, events certainly seem to be playing out in a manner that supports your thesis.
I can’t help but wonder what kind of “changes” we’re going to face here in America that we’re in the process of being conditioned for.
The tremendous bear market in commodities (priced in USD) could act as a softener for the eventual reset that causes the USD to be priced much lower relative to hard commodities and a SDR basket of currencies. Obviously such an event would still pack a punch on the US economy.
JC do you envision a scenario where the price of imports (food, oil, manufactured goods) takes a big “jump” overnight once the process is complete? Or a slower phase transition that takes place over a longer period? Either way I think we’re in for stormy weather.
Futuret MARCH 22, 2015 AT 11:51 PM
JC Collins MARCH 23, 2015 AT 12:02 AM Scary, with possible seeds for the concept already planted in popular culture through movies and books. I’m thinking of Cloud Atlas, when they were feeding the dead clones back to the live clones.
Maxentropyy MARCH 23, 2015 AT 2:13 AM Hi JC – you lost me at…
” Advanced software has already been created and distributed to track and manage the large projects and financing of those projects which are set to spread across the world, beginning in the early part of next year. Corruption will not be tolerated ”
My intentions are polite, but words can come across as harsh… :-)
1: You assert that corruption will not be tolerated… really? Corruption is baked into the cake. As far as I can see, this will not change until much more decentralization is achieved and that does not appear to be the objective of the multilateral.
2: which group would have the moral authority to run tribunals? I can think of none. Malasyia as a proxy for China. China has no moral authority. Iceland might, but no one would grant them the authority.
3: I can not imagine why the U.S. Military/NATO would roll over and back off where they have come to. Certainly they are not winning these wars, but as McCain has said, and he is not an original thinker, hence these words are not his own… this is a 100 year war? Whose war?
4: cleanup of oceans? Which group would have such a mandate? With the collapse of the Al Gore “Global Warming” meme it seems to me that there is no group capable of ‘running/funding/taxing’ such a programme.
5: advanced software has been distributed… really? This sounds like centrally managed Gaia or zeitgeist thinking, where technocrats take the decisions for the great unwashed masses… green police count polluters and seedlings.
I plan to read the referenced articles. Thank you for these.
But I really do not understand how you can arrive at the assertions that you have made. :-)
JC Collins MARCH 23, 2015 AT 2:36 AM No offense taken, but the reality of the situation is not swayed by your inability to grasp the material. And remember, these are not my assertions, this information is readily accessible from the international institutions themselves.
I’m simply packaging the information in a readable format which others can follow. The level of accuracy of the posts made here over the last year supports the reality of this transition.
Whether you believe or not, the emergence of the multilateral is taking place and the international institutions, such as the UN and IMF, are positioning for global governance.
I would recommend you reread the post, and watch for the references to how the international financial interests are now shifting allegiance away from the US. You would also do well to read this site thoroughly, as much of your comment has been previously addressed in either posts or the comments sections.
Maxentropyy MARCH 23, 2015 AT 3:03 AM I understand… and thank you for the comment.
Can you refer me to public document that might substantiate – “no corruption will be tolerated”?
This statement for me, is un-believable as this is crux of the problem, being:
1: complete corruption
2: lack of moral conscious
3: no accountability
4: none functional democracies
5: out of control spending by governments
Gosh… I could go on… Just a URL to a credible document will be sufficient. Thanks, Max, a Canadian
JC Collins MARCH 23, 2015 AT 3:20 AM You do understand that statement is not an opinion, but it is strongly inferred by the banker suicides over the last few years, plus rent seeking studies which have been completed by numerous institutions, as well as the Basel III regulations from the BIS.
In addition, your polite attempts at contradicted the post itself by zeroing in on one specific statement is both obvious and ignorant, in both aspects of the word. Your intent is highly visible and will not be entertained or allowed on this site. I filter the most astute of your kind with relative ease. As for links, I suggest if it matters that much to you that you do your own research. Thank you for the comment.
Alaskaroots MARCH 23, 2015 AT 3:32 AM JC –
“Advanced software has already been created and distributed…” 1) Who developed the software? 2.) Who has the software been distributed to? 3.) Which publication references this? Thank you!
JC Collins MARCH 23, 2015 AT 4:28 AM There is no specific reference provided as that information has been given to me in confidence. In time I will make the reference when additional public information becomes available. Sorry, I hope you understand.
Daneackerman MARCH 23, 2015 AT 9:44 AM JC some of the software systems in the new banking system have been being implemented to test banking systems for some time. For example here is one such system the Bank of England is using.
I’m not sure if it’s in line with the intent of your article but it’s were my thoughts went for such an idea.
Also as computer algorithms seem to test just about everything these days it’s not far fetched at all to accept this Line of thinking. And we mustn’t forget about Jason.
For anyone to pick one detail to attempt to derail the entire line of thinking is rather rude. Glad you caught it.
irrelevant111 MARCH 23, 2015 AT 2:57 AM Someday man may see… Share this video
Daria Demkovich MARCH 23, 2015 AT 3:14 AM JC, a friend on Facebook and Sons of Liberty shared your link with me tonight, an I am very glad he did.
For the past six years I’ve been trying to figure out the “end game” planned by the globalist corporatist elites, and understand the mess made by debt based economies and fiat currency.
It seems to me that the IMF would simply be exchanging one debt system for another, while people the world over will continue to suffer with hyperinflation and scarcity.
Physical Gold and silver are too honest a medium of exchange to permit any fiat monetary system to operate unchecked as they have been for over a century. I wish I could read Chinese, all the links to news articles in this thread came up in Chinese lettering!
If they have an English version, I’d be grateful for the links. After being on this planet for 55 years, it’s sad that I’m just getting a clue now (except for the fictional depictions of 1984, SOYLENT Green, Animal Farm, etc. from my youth). I’m now following your site and sharing this article. Keep up the great work!
irrelevant111 MARCH 23, 2015 AT 6:00 AM Let us move on to the world of man. It is obscured by deception. Some see it, but must endure. Enjoy the ride, it is all we have in the here n now…
Food for thought
irrelevant111 MARCH 23, 2015 AT 7:16 AM Always love n appreciate the gift of our journey…