THOUGHTS ON “ANONYMOUS AWAKENINGS” Part 2 By JC Collins
Meebanation NOVEMBER 8, 2014 AT 4:26 AM JC- I have been enjoying your wisdom now for several months. Your work is nothing short of amazing. Your writing style is unique and illuminating.
The perspective that you have is definitely cogent for my blue collar mind. Please keep up the great work. As Churchill said, ” The price of greatness is responsibility.”
Your work definitely qualifies as great and the new responsibility you have assumed by informing the ill-informed is a tremendous task. Thank you for sacrificing so many precious hours of your life. I anxiously await your next post.
JC Collins NOVEMBER 8, 2014 AT 3:26 PM Thank you for your kind words. And welcome to the site friend.
Unreasonablescot NOVEMBER 8, 2014 AT 10:40 AM Yet another insightful view on the state of the global economics… driven by the “West”?
Your articulation is spot on with how I have seen capitalism go “wrong” yet I still believe in its power; as you say “has been a stalwart in the mass movement of populations and production.” So how do “we” fix this?
You mentioned in earlier post not to underestimated the influence of the release of funds from historical bonds mentioning a $ Trillion. Well actually it will be multiple $Ts.
I am working with team that is one of I believe to be under 100 such groups who have responsibility to distribute for humanitarian and infrastructure projects which WILL see the money going to “street level” with jobs for people.
However I also see that we need a new model to distribute innovative technologies that often challenge the large global dominant corporations who often have interests to suppress such advances for humanity? Plan is to see a distributed model sharing knowledge and encouraging local economic generators to both improve and exploit ideas in a “capitalist” mode; old style as you articulate.
I believe this will be achieved with the money being released as described not to bankers or the “cabals” but direct to people to encourage entrepreneurship leading to long term work for people of the world. Well it is what I see is my contribution to redress the balance I guess fits CSI?
JC Collins NOVEMBER 8, 2014 AT 12:42 PM The reference to the bonds I previously mentioned are held by private individuals, most of which are eventually going to be paid out by China, as it is a sovereign debt they owe. This release of “funds for humanity” storyline you suggest is not something I buy into. This is exactly the misleading information I mentioned in the post. I do appreciate your compliments though.
Unreasonablescot NOVEMBER 8, 2014 AT 2:02 PM I am associated with one of the sellers of these gold backed “Historical Bonds” and it has been made very clear that some 80% MUST go to humanitarian/infrastructure projects to get the wealth to people by creating jobs and of course focusing on such as water and basic health and welfare needs.
Indeed the ground rules are very clear with a mechanism in place drawing down via SDR credit lines for projects with full accountability.
Sure the sellers will do very well but not creating next generation “cabal”. This is a hugely important component in the bigger global picture which is now emerging as you have so clearly articulated.
All credit to China for thinking this through with clear logic and compassion using this historical wealth globally for humanity.
I like you when I first heard about this over 5 years ago treated with a degree of disbelief and talking to others always with a caveat as a “fairy story” wanting to believe but…Well now I know it will happen…. I will keep you informed as it will have a place in the new global economic future?
JC Collins NOVEMBER 8, 2014 AT 3:24 PM Thanks for clarifying and adding additional information.
Hopefully you can appreciate my reluctance to accept such information, as it trends along the same lines as the Global Collateral Accounts and other such story lines.
Such much disinformation exists along that vine that it’s best to have a dense filter when hearing any information about it.
The historical bonds we are discussing are not well known but in fact exist, and will be balanced at some point in the very near future. If you are correct, and I believe you may be based on things I have heard myself, I would appreciate you dropping in occasionally with a few tidbits.
Roger Parness NOVEMBER 8, 2014 AT 4:00 PM Were these alleged multi-Trillions to actually exist and were the controllers of these funds actually enlightened and beneficient beings this would be fabulous news for humanity and Gaia. Hope is where you find it.
We have a medical project for North America that needs funding. A new Holistic Oncology is very much needed. :)
Dripfood NOVEMBER 8, 2014 AT 10:52 AM Great dream, little cellhopper :-) Thank you for sharing such intimacies.
I can relate to lacking of empathy. I observed within myself that it’s not an inability. I often just don’t like to participate in the dramatization of what I see as ‘superficialities’, the patterns of which are abundantly clear and often quite boring to be honest.
As a cell on its way to transcending the plane, detachment (and cell hopping) might be a characteristic of phase 1. The full embrace of the spread might be waiting in phase 2. Mildness and empathy with the human condition will be returning from an unexpected angle.
Your writings reveal that you are actually quite sensitive and easily touched in the heart. The pattern suggest a defense mechanism of the heart, no true lack of empathy.
Lack of empathy is just an imagined deficiency. When the defense mechanism is felt through, you’ll notice it was never really there, and you were always fully touched just beneath the surface.
It sure looks as if we can only transcend when we have fully descended into the flesh.
On a different note, I don’t really understand the socialism vs. capitalism dichotomy. It feels a bit like debating republicans vs. democrats. Any system is as flawed and distorted as its participants, isn’t it?
The problem that causes both capitalism and socialism to fail is fear and envy. And both are caused by imagined internal deficiencies.
Jack Jackson (@hugovictor54) NOVEMBER 8, 2014 AT 1:04 PM Dear Dripfood: Hey look! J.C. is a tough guy! He might pound you into a puddle for suggesting that he is “quite sensitive”! Pdog
JC Collins NOVEMBER 8, 2014 AT 1:10 PM JC SMASH!!! He’s spot on actually. I’m glad he mentioned it though, because I feel sometimes that side of me gets lost, or ignored…..by me.
Dripfood NOVEMBER 8, 2014 AT 1:30 PM Yo Pdog, I’m a puddle already, just drippin away :-)
(It actually takes balls of steel to not ignore ones sensitivity) DF
JC Collins NOVEMBER 8, 2014 AT 1:05 PM Very insightful revelation of my character friend. Perhaps over the years I have blended empathy and ability to relate, and now I’m in the process of separating the two while further building my ability to relate to others. You’ve given me something to think further on.
All the “isms” are flawed ideological methods of organizing mass populations. There was something within the capitalist mandates which worked, if only for a brief period of time in history.
It’s our internal deficiencies which corrupt our natural instinct of gathering and storing survivability and transforming it into the selfish act of consolidating all things onto ourselves.
And your correct, all systems will be flawed by the deficiencies of the participants. Which is why I tend to focus more on recognizing internal deficiencies.
Bruno de Landevoisin NOVEMBER 8, 2014 AT 2:56 PM Let me try this again, as I appear to have stumbled a bit in my previous remarks.
Alas, I write as I paint. It takes me many tubes and tints of oil colors, multiple smears of the palate knife and repeated brushstrokes over and over again on the same canvas, until eventually the effort may turn out somewhat adequate.
In short, the final appreciation of my own inadequacy is not only disheartening, but also very time consuming……
So here we go again:
You write prolifically with uncommon intimacy, intensity and insight on what I deem to be the abject disillusionment of our times. Your CSI, via its terrifically tenacious tentacles, is manifesting itself into a state of deplorable “Inverted Totalitarianism”.
Regrettably, the majority’s hapless response to this demonic scourge, seems to be to further lose itself in a fantastic cumulus cloud of vapid decadence. I understand this, since, I myself, have spent most of my adult life in the same sorry state of senseless stupor.
Kudos for your fine work my brother! And, don’t be a stranger, I feel.
JC Collins NOVEMBER 8, 2014 AT 3:15 PM You did a great job the first time brother, and even better the second. Thank you for frequenting the site and I appreciate the compliments and enthusiasm.
I have sneaked a peak at your blog and it’s excellent. I will have more time over the weekend to absorb more. As always, I’m humbled by the quality of character my site has been attracting.
Bruno de Landevoisin NOVEMBER 8, 2014 AT 3:30 PM Kind of you to say brother. I leave you with my favorite tune from my favorite artist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=daUUq0MHp74&index=25&list=PLWfCA8dsJfykyR-9opWfaBrSTR3NzsGNm All the best…………..mon ami
Roger Parness NOVEMBER 8, 2014 AT 3:50 PM Yet the system of our oppressors does not appear flawed by the deficiencies of the participants. Their mastery and manipulation is efficient and profound. Are the internal deficiencies of the psychopaths not a limiting factor?
Perhaps as they work in coherent groups and with plans that encompass generations, their system transcends it’s participant’s deficiencies.
Perhaps killing the outliers empowers the mean?
Perhaps destructive systems are easier to plan and implement than constructive? Simpler.
Perhaps evil has this advantage.
JC Collins NOVEMBER 8, 2014 AT 3:56 PM Roger, psychopaths, or the characteristics which we associate with psychopaths, are prevalent in all class levels and segments of society. Where do you reckon evil originates from?
nanook73 NOVEMBER 8, 2014 AT 4:19 PM JC, I think about this topic often and try to do so as you do – from the perspective of empathy & compassion.
I have come to the conclusion that the current state of affairs has less to do with either the nature of capitalism or socialism and in fact may be a part of a larger distraction or CSI.
The problem we have as I have come to see it is _corruption_ in general. It is the perversion of the rule of law as nature (or God) intended it – the weaponizing of the law for special interests sake – that seems to me to be at the root of our decay on almost all socioeconomic levels.
We have come to live in a corporate/fascist system that is part socialist and part capitalist – but more importantly – one that is devoid of the rule of law or any true system of justice.
There are no boundaries for the elite and what they may do in their own interest.
There are no consequences for their actions when they violate these norms. Indeed, it is a system that concentrates power and wealth in the hands of the very few – both in government and big business as they walk hand in hand together. The plebs – us – are kept quiet and in line through a myriad of distractions and entertainment.
The entertainment/welfare state keeps us docile and in our place while those in places of power do as they please when they please in almost all aspects of life.
The law has become little more than a tool to control you and I and the concept of justice is nothing more than an academic debate – an antiquated concept we talk about in lecture halls and on messaging boards like this.
I have often thought that Bastiat’s “The Law” should be required reading for all high school students – if it were it seems to me the world might look differently and arguments regarding the badness of socialism and the virtues of capitalism would become self evident and by and large settle themselves.
A nation – any peoples for that matter – may survive and endure the tests of time while infected with small amounts of socialism. Human systems are rarely perfect.
But without justice and an understanding of the nature of the law and what it should and should not entail a civilization is doomed. Corruption kills. In this sense socialism is little more than the symptom of a greater disease. Just my .02 cents. Nanook
JC Collins NOVEMBER 8, 2014 AT 4:29 PM Your two cents are very welcomed here Nanook.
Cramley NOVEMBER 8, 2014 AT 4:47 PM JC, Here’s a video that may help explain what’s really going on. Macroprudential policy, aka Financial Repression with negative real interest rates and how gold capping is necessary. http://youtu.be/RC-sjAegCBE