Reader Thoughts On “The Globalization Of Central Banks” By JC Collins Part 2
Roger Parness DECEMBER 12, 2014 AT 2:30 AM It’s difficult to see any good will for We the People in these intricate plots and conspiracies. Were something positive to come of all this it would be a surprise.
Yet hope is indeed the greatest motivator and I’d like to project a silver (or gold) lining for this dark cloudy time. The needs of We the People must be first and foremost! Life not profit.
Drummeroyston DECEMBER 12, 2014 AT 5:39 PM Thank You Roger. We are ALL W U N and need to work equally as such.
deejj87 DECEMBER 12, 2014 AT 11:08 PM Great post! But what is hope if not wishing something turns out differently rather than accepting what is now. Hope is living in the future, and from experience, can leave a person feeling powerless… Waiting for external circumstances to change… Without impacting the now.
Matt McBride (@MattMhmmcbride) DECEMBER 11, 2014 AT 11:57 PM JC Wanted to get your thoughts on something.
If the SDR will take most of the USD and illiquid bonds off the balance sheets of the CB’s (and potential TBTF banks), do you think the IMF will also take the allocated Gold claims held by the CB’s/TBTF’s?
These gold claims would still be treated “as good as physical”, thus giving further strength and confidence to the IMF, whilst removing some of the rehypothecated gold from the system.
NB: When the IMF was founded in 1944 it was decided that 25 percent of initial quota subscriptions and subsequent quota increases were to be paid in gold. This represents the largest source of the IMF’s gold.
JC Collins DECEMBER 12, 2014 AT 12:56 AM I think a lot of that will depend on how the US responds and how much legislation it takes to bypass them, if need be.
Matt McBride (@MattMhmmcbride) DECEMBER 12, 2014 AT 1:30 AM Great point. I guess it will depend on how much the foundations shake and what damage is caused in the transition.
My thoughts are that accepting gold claims as quotas could help hide the fact that the CBs and TBTF banks have gone wild hypothecating and leasing through the 90’s and 2000’s.
Once the gold claims are on the books of the IMF as reserves, the secret of the true extent of this scheme to prop up the dollar will be difficult to know.
Fullcirclelife (@fullcirclelifeO) DECEMBER 12, 2014 AT 2:26 AM JC, it is interesting when looking back at history. How some of the transgressions financially albeit slowly appear calculated.
The United States in 1944 was to be the ringleader country and currency and everyone else fell in order rank and file because “we” had the gold. Now we are witnessing the transition to the SDR with all countries about to be leveled and equalized.
Now a supra sovereign asset is being put forward, the carrot being it is partly gold backed (most likely). But why do we go along with schemes when we know at some point the gold will be removed and we will be duped and in the same horrible situation we are in right now?
An easy trick of sleight of hand, yet we have been going down this path the last 70 years. Controlling money is paramount to all else and it appears there is a group of individuals who understand how it works. Gold is the mechanism for getting people to go along with the program it appears?
Dripfood DECEMBER 12, 2014 AT 9:53 AM What most commenta show, is that the assumption that external people/groups/forces are in control over our existance, is unbearable. I guess it wil keep being unbearable as long as the suggestion is believed.
Trying to ‘understand’ the mechanics will only reinforce the hypnotic suggestion that we are powerless entities, lost in division.
The truth is quite different, but not in any way that can be mentally grasped/believed or proven. The good news is that the truth about oneself doesn’t require ANY assumption or belief. It’s just there, waiting for you to be ready to let these ‘attractive’ assumtions and beliefs for what they are.
Daneackerman DECEMBER 12, 2014 AT 3:09 PM Your comment hints of the basics Dripfood. Thankfully personal perception is a choice we still are free to make (until synthetic consciousness takes root). Albeit challenging work to free the mind of any conditioning prior to perceiving. Its also a lifelong responsibility, kind of like parenthood.
PER’SONAL, adjective [Latin personalis.] Belonging to men or women, not to things; not real.
1. Relating to an individual; affecting individuals; peculiar or proper to him or her, or to private actions or character.
Character and success depend more on personal effort than on any external advantages.
PERCEP’TION, noun [Latin perceptio. See Perceive.]
4. The state of being affected or capable of being affected by something external.
dripfood DECEMBER 13, 2014 AT 11:08 AM Dane, here’s the etymology of the word Person:
1175-1225; Middle English persone < Latin persōna role (in life, a play, or a tale) ( Late Latin: member of the Trinity), orig. actor's mask < Etruscan phersu (< Greek prósōpa face, mask) + -na a suffix
Isn't it interesting how often we forget we are all lead actors in a Grand Play?
Daneackerman DECEMBER 13, 2014 AT 4:13 PM Dang DF thats some digging…
Yes it is very interesting how often we forget. I think there are even those who will never know from fear of forgetting. But relearning is half the fun….things will always change/evolve.
Fullcirclelife (@fullcirclelifeO)DECEMBER 12, 2014 AT 4:05 PM Df, I understand we are one infinite consciousness having an infinite amount of subjective experiences. What I was explaining is that we as a humanity have a choice of oneness or duality because of freewill.
Those who are hell bent on duality currently occupy positions that are influential. Currently as a whole of humanity we are sleep walking(consciousness) to a path that leads to destruction by following duality collectively. Not too many bright spots on the earth at the moment.
But in the end the physical matter is not the final destination anyway, so I do not fret over it. Just pointing out the mile marker signs, that is all.
Dripfood DECEMBER 13, 2014 AT 11:50 AM Hi FCL, I am sorry if my comment appeared to offend you. There was no such intention here.
I have never experienced awareness of oneness to be a choice as long as choice is still rooted in duality and associated with a personal center of gravity.
No one can think their way out of thought or believe their way out of belief.
Having that said, I am as happy to play along as the next guy. Let’s fight those bastards that are hell bent on destroying us! Let’s destroy them first! It’s a great game and I was just awarded 10 extra life credits ;-)
Cramley DECEMBER 12, 2014 AT 11:34 AM
Something you would see before a gold revaluation.
Cramley DECEMBER 12, 2014 AT 11:37 AM 180 degress from what the West is doing which is tearing down FDIC.
daniel grig (@gelingrig) DECEMBER 12, 2014 AT 1:26 PM Mr. Colins Excellent post as always.
Other blogs confirm what we are here discussing and reading from a year ago.
matt (@speedspirit42) DECEMBER 12, 2014 AT 1:34 PM I do understand that I place a division amongst men and for that I apologize. It is out of anger.
Anger that here we sit in front of our computers spending many hours trying to comprehend the complexities of life, freedom, markets and consciousness while the men and women who should be are free to do as they agree. I get it, I really do that I allow this.
But we are reincarnated individuals and we all have lessons to learn, Levels of Consciousness to attain. And some reincarnated souls have been on this planet for a very long time seeking to prove God very wrong. These individuals or group I do not believe can change.
Why should they. They have obtained a great materialistic life. Our planet has thru cycles evolved to this point of a great fork in the road.
The path before us is painful either way and those who have chosen to live in darkness rather then light will not reincarnate again. This is where my hope lies. But I am still angry that this beautiful world is so close to a epic disaster.
Daneackerman DECEMBER 12, 2014 AT 3:55 PM Hey Matt. I’m sorry you are so understandably angry. But if those dark living individuals were gone from existence what would your outlook be?
Would you still harbor those angry feelings?
But what if they are supposed to be here in order for us to see what we can become if we choose to perceive things through the darkness you speak of?
For me when I changed my perception of how “I” saw things my whole life changed. Sure the darkness is still there but it seems to run from me because darkness doesn’t like the light.
Oh it didn’t happen overnight. It took months upon months of continued reminding myself to look at the positive side of things no matter what my first thought was.
For example while driving when people do unthinkable things I would get filled with rage. So to cancel that rage I would begin to wonder if they had some sort of emergency.
After a while my first thoughts would be of compassion for those individuals instead of rage.
But then some time later I finally realized that this change had occurred. Now its finally automatic most of the time. Remember its a lifelong responsibility to keep in that frame of mind.
Your right if your thinking I don’t know if it was an emergency at all. *** I don’t truly know if they had an emergency but why should I spend my day filled with piss and vinegar while the person who pissed me off gets on with their day happy as a loon?
Simple as it sounds this was the beginning of my transformation. Mind you I’m now in the process of finding that balance because I agree with JC when he sees this is where the most production is born.
Through perseverance perhaps some day I will be crafty enough to develop a formula that works for me in order to keep this balance in myself so I will be ready to form lasting friendships instead of having only acquaintances. I have faith in myself so I know I will be there some day.
The anger is in us all but you are projecting yours outward to those you encounter. I must ask is this by choice? If so what good do you believe it is doing to better our world?
Can you show people truths without any emotion built into it so they can have the free will to choose how to perceive that information?
I believe this is why JC’s writing is so beautiful. He seems to work very hard at trying to remove biased leans towards factual information allowing his readers/followers that very free will to discern how they choose to perceive it.
I surely hope to help Matt because I feel your heart is in the right place so please only take this as constructive in nature.
matt (@speedspirit42) DECEMBER 12, 2014 AT 6:24 PM Dane, People I meet and interact with I believe see me as very kind. But I have my limits.
Three strikes and you are out and I mean out, out of my life, no second chances. I give 100% all the time, I try to set the example in all I do. I had alcoholic parents and a very dysfunctional extended family so in order to survive I learned everything from the school of hard knocks.
So yes I do believe that people who exhibit free will in a perverse way are here to keep balance so to speak and for us to learn from. Although there is a much better way to teach kindness and love.
But please do not confuse them with true evil. I would be extremely happy to wake up one day and find out that “they” have all been removed from the planet. I could very easily then do all I can to accept and help those who express their freewill in perverse ways. I really feel people have confused these two types of evil in the world. One is innocent ignorance and the other deliberate.
Daneackerman DECEMBER 12, 2014 AT 9:47 PM But how can I confuse them if I feel they and I are all one? When you responded to my comment I was sitting out on the patio of a farmers market eating lunch. Looking up thinking about it I noticed that all the trees seemed to be pointing to the sun.
So I looked around and couldn’t help but to notice other plant life following suit. Then I realized that even the earth is creeping closer to the sun or light. Then it hit me, i saw that everything strives to go to the light or one source.
Now I switch gears because I just thought of this. What if the evil you speak of is doing nothing but what it’s scripted to do here. If I think into it I ask myself how could I know love if I had never experienced anger, hate, fear and such. My answer was probably not at all.
Thankfully I experienced it in this order and not the opposite lol. It would suck to grow old with all that….yucky stuff inside.
Thank you for you response Matt. We have a couple things in common but thankfully the anger is no longer one of the commonalities. I wish I could have left all my anger in Iraq but alas it took quite a few years later for me to begin to see myself for who I was. And now like the trees I am stretching for the sun friend.
Steve Henningsen (@Stevephenni) DECEMBER 12, 2014 AT 5:07 PM For those curious about what’s going on in the gold realm, interesting ponderings over at Jesse’s Cafe
Those of you that have already decided how this multifaceted game ends can just move along.
Cramley DECEMBER 12, 2014 AT 5:48 PM And now Austria. Interesting how it’s the Nordic Euro countries that are repatriating gold. This IMF thingy could be a smokescreen. What about a gold settlement system with the RMB bloc as the center of mass?
Steve Henningsen (@Stevephenni) DECEMBER 12, 2014 AT 9:42 PM There are several different outcomes possible, although I still lean towards SDR’s as highest probability. Trying to figure out which “settlement system” will win is interesting to ponder, but I wouldn’t place any bets on it.
In the end the only piece of the puzzle that fits into every scenario (at least from my view) is gold. All the outcomes need a tangible element in order to produce trust/faith and gold has been the key for the past several thousand years.
People shouldn’t own gold because they think it’s “dollar value” will go to the moon, but as a store of value for what they already own.
Richard Russell once said that in these types of situations, “He who loses least wins.”
JC Collins DECEMBER 12, 2014 AT 9:48 PM We could see a combination, such as gold being added to the SDR basket along with the RMB. Interesting to ponder for sure.
Matt McBride (@MattMhmmcbride) DECEMBER 12, 2014 AT 6:23 PM Well it’s official.
Plan B is a go from January.
tristero888 DECEMBER 13, 2014 AT 12:06 AM a laugh on the left side of that link:
FACTSHEET : The IMF & Good Governance
Olu Mose DECEMBER 13, 2014 AT 1:55 AM I concur!
matt (@speedspirit42) DECEMBER 13, 2014 AT 12:10 AM Dane, I loved your response. I understand your point of view and it is beautiful. But you have not understood my point of view clearly so let me try to explain.
Because the energies of God are in everything, any appearance, no matter how dark or evil, has the potential to be transformed back into the original purity of the light of God. If God was not in everything, nothing could be saved.
Nothing can be separated from God because everything exists inside of God’s being, God’s consciousness, and everything has the energies of God inside of it.
Now when it comes to self-conscious beings that have free will, they can choose to create the illusion that they are separated from God or in opposition to God.
They can then choose to create conditions that are out of alignment with the laws and the creative intent of God. This is duality. And this is the path away from Oneness. Duality sucks energy from well intentioned persons diminishing potential abundance and love.
In the short term I fear the near future because it pain’s me to think what must occur before things get better. I recognize I need help to call this by another name then anger.
Roger Parness DECEMBER 13, 2014 AT 5:11 PM You think God gets angry too?
We could use a little of God’s wrath right about now. Set things straight after all.
Perhaps the righteous should call upon God. Oops…. define righteous!?!