Reader Thoughts On “Development Goals Of The New World Order” Part 1 of 3
Matt McBride (@MattMhmmcbride) FEBRUARY 18, 2015 AT 4:39 AM Well done JC.
Another eye opening article. I have put up some posts under your last article on the proposition that German will withdraw (along with Holland, Austria, France, Belgium) from the EU.
The EU will remain with the PIGS nations and the ESB will be put in charge of its control. Eurobonds/SDR bonds will be used to deal with dealing with the fallout.
The Euro will remain in the SDR, but the Deutsche Mark (which has been prepared by the Bundesbank as a plan B since 2012 in conjunction with their gold repatriation), along with the Yuan will be added to the SDR (or in the case presented in your article above) a Supra-SDR.
Matt McBride I would love to gain your thoughts on:
1. how you see the euro fracturing?
considering QE starting in March; no member can be legally thrown out; and the likelihood of Greece withdrawing, then Spain, the Portugal etc would not fit the multilateral transition timeframe and still leave inbalances and inefficiencies for the differing strength member economies.
2. Martin Armstrong is adamant that we are in a bond bubble not a stock bubble. He predicts that bonds will burst and capital will flight from government to private assets (stocks, property, gold) ramping DAX, DOW, S&P500 & World Property Markets like Sydney and Toronto even higher (with no correction).
Am I correct that his theory is flawed because despite a loss of confidence in government and bonds, capital will simply be haircut but switched from national bonds eg bunds, UST, Spanish bonds to SDR bonds as a way of restoring confidence? Thanks again for your hard work
JC Collins FEBRUARY 18, 2015 AT 3:59 PM Thanks Matt. I see the euro fracturing as a pretext for the more macro multilateral SDR implementation.
The monetary framework in the Eurozone will remain, such as the European Stability Mechanism, with the European Central Bank becoming more of a regional multilateral development bank.
The QE is not going to look like other forms of QE, and could very possibly be the precursor to the SDR bond liquidity exchange. Call it the familiar and expected name, QE, but change the actual process to fit the new and emerging liquidity exchange parameters.
In regards to bond or stock bubbles, we need to carefully consider the term bubble and just what it is conveying. First, these bubbles, both bonds and stocks, have been intentionally manufactured to herd governance policies in the desired direction.
So to frame the argument as an “either/or” situation is fundamentally flawed and plays on the expected diametrical paradigms within the human mind.
In both categories, bonds and stocks, we can see over-valuations and under-valuations, depending on the sector and resource which is analyzed.
Some tech stocks, like Twitter as an example, are horrendously over-valued, and many commodity and mining sector stocks, are under-valued. The same goes for bonds. But we are told on a continuous basis that what is bad is good, and what is good is bad.
I would suspect that as the year continues, and the deflation deepens, capital will flee from all bad and shift towards the good, investments and securities which will see actual increases based on fundamental metrics. This goes for both bonds and stocks.
I stated previously that this deflation is going to be fast and hard, and the turnaround will likely come by the fall. Those who invested in low commodities and mining stocks, as well as other production based assets, will see sustainable and long lasting gains in the years ahead.
How all this lines up with the implementation of the next phases of the multilateral, which is taking us into Jan and Mar of 2016, is hard to determine.
But keep in mind, schedules can be moved forward in the event of drastic and catastrophic movements in the global monetary system.
The full implementation of Stage One of the economic transition is to be completed by 2018. That gives some room for adjustments and systemic flex.
Matt McBride (@MattMhmmcbride) FEBRUARY 19, 2015 AT 12:02 AM Thanks for the reply JC.
Your feedback is very logical. I agree it will not be one or the other, but rather a movement from bad to good. Fundamentals and financial gravity will finally return.
Have you considered the Geopolitical perspective of a Europe breakup?
The US & EU warparty would be panicking that a fracturing of the EU could fracture NATO.
A US based loan favourable to Greece and Europe may be a last minute solution (buy-off).
JC Collins FEBRUARY 19, 2015 AT 1:24 AM It’s interesting because the Federal reserve last week suggested they could bailout the Eurozone. The geopolitical ramifications of a fragmentation of the European Union would create many variables that would be challenging to manage.
How NATO would look in a multilateral world not dominated by the USD is difficult to determine, and something I haven’t thought on much.
My opinion is that the euro currency will fracture, but the monetary union itself will remain.
The ECB will ultimately issue supra-sovereign SDR bonds which each member country could exchange into domestic currency.
Without the need for military protection of the USD, the role of NATO will seem somewhat redundant. It could simply be scaled down to include just North America and Great Britain, with perhaps Iceland and Greenland, and even Norway, as remaining members.
I’d be interested in seeing what information you can dig up on this, as it could very well be an important factor in the coming months.
Matt McBride (@MattMhmmcbride) FEBRUARY 19, 2015 AT 2:05 AM I ran a simple google search: “what gives nato its strength” The below article sums up the answer well
“Despite impending cuts in the armed forces of many of its member nations, NATO remains by far the largest military force in the world, outstripping any potential rivals in terms of numbers and defense expenditures, according to annual statistics released by the alliance.
The data also show that the United States still accounts for more than 70 percent of the total defense expenditures of NATO’s 28 member countries.”
If the USD loses its reserve status (to the SDR) and the powers that come with it, NATO will struggle to gain the funding needed as the US will not be able to afford to pay the majority of the bill (approx. >70%)
The US will have to cut back NATO military spending, and the fracturing European nations will not be able to pick up the slack.
NATO members like Greece will leave in order to avoid having to pay their annual share of the budget.
With the fall of the Euro will cause the rise of the SDR
The rise of the SDR will cause the fall of the USD hedgonomy and the scaleback of the USD funded War Machines.
Cooper (@coopersmith648) FEBRUARY 19, 2015 AT 3:54 AM @Matt I have not researched enough to comment confidently here and really am only attempting to qualify a very short portion of your posting with regards to NATO. But, I was wondering if in fact the statement:
“NATO remains by far the largest military force in the world”
..is unequivocally true considering the capacity of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization. I don’t know at this point, but I have skimmed through enough content to ask myself this question.
“Western media observers believe that one of the original purposes of the SCO was to serve as a counterbalance to NATO and in particular to avoid conflicts that would allow the United States to intervene in areas bordering both Russia and China.”
“Rather, the SCO has always been intended for military matters from the start. After all, it was constructed to give border security to its member states, both against terrorism, and against any attempts to place missile systems around their periphery.
It was a direct response to NATO’s encroachment toward Russia’s borders.”
Agreed, those two quotes originate from some fairly ordinary resources wikipedia and the Wealth ** Watchmen, but I wonder if it’s enough to beg the question of NATO legitimacy in this “alleged” new corruption aware emerging reality, being anything more than chest-thumping bravado aimed at prolonging the public’s confidence in the continued relevance of NATO and therefore it’s existence.
When we suggest that “The US will have to cut back NATO military spending”, who is the US? Obama? Congress?
Because that comment makes it sound as if the US executive branch is in fact in control of policy setting and has an enforceable independent will separate to the exclusive demands of the money masters, which you could argue is afalse narrative on multiple levels (again really it could be argued that there is no sovereign borders making up the United States, Russia or China.. just “sovereign financial dynastries”) .
U.S. hegemony is irrelevant. Completely irrelevant. It’s just simply a hand played at the elite poker table to sucker in those suffering from micro-patriotism to go all-in and telegraph their play.
The house can then identify those suffering any hope of 18th Century Sovereignty, isolate the perpetrators, accommodate their misgivings and intrinsic sense for any future direction towards patriotic individualism.
All the while confiscating and consolidating their wealth through sleight of hand just as the fear of loss sets in and the quickened sensory illusion of that loss overwhelms the unfortunate believers of a God-fated or destiny related U.S. providential future. Hooray!
I am in no way qualified to make this forecast, lol, regardless: In no way will there be a ‘Grexit’. In other words: in no way will the implementation of the Supra-SDR be undermined by a failing of the European Union. There could however be a movement away from the Euro by Germany…
It’s hard to imagine that what we are witnessing on a global scale is unmanageable by those that devised this system referenced here, here,here, here (by Dane) and here with some complexity and I’d assume that doesn’t even touch the top of the iceberg of this sites intrinsic knowledge.
tarrassbulba1 FEBRUARY 19, 2015 AT 6:59 AM Dear Mr Collins I stumbled on your articles lately and i find them very informative and liberating . It is different to look at the events through what you are describing as it takes the emotions out of the events happening in the world .
Although i am able to look at issues differently now , the practical issues of how common people can protect their retirement and savings is till a mystery to me. I would appreciate your input if possible Thank you
Matt McBride (@MattMhmmcbride) FEBRUARY 20, 2015 AT 12:50 AM Hi Cooper Thanks for the reply.
Attached is a link to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute website you may find interesting.
They publish world military expenditure, and break it down by regions in spreadsheet format.
As per the latest figures 2013
NATO grouping approx. (54.5%)
-Northern America 37.8%
-Western Europe 16.7%
SCO Grouping (27.4%)
-Eastern Europe 5.6%
Northern America (being primarily the US) is able to magically print money as the reserve currency to cover this hefty 37.8% of total worldwide military expenditure.
When the USD is dethroned, and becomes one of several currencies in the SDR basket, the ability for the USG to simply print and spend on military (with no major effect on their currency and inflation) will diminish bringing the NATO 54.5% vs SCO 27.4% to a more balanced figure.
Cooper (@coopersmith648) FEBRUARY 23, 2015 AT 4:25 AM @Matt …. mate that was a really good post. I think I listen too much to Pepe Escobar.
Cooper (@coopersmith648) FEBRUARY 23, 2015 AT 4:32 AM p.s. if Jim Willie is a representative of all that’s good in financial/geo-political/macro-economic forecasting then PLEASE shoot me twice in the face with a shotgun and call it suicide. Kapa-Chow
Roger Parness FEBRUARY 18, 2015 AT 7:07 AM The UN lip service is deceptive hogwash. There is no actual altruism. It’s about greed for power. Greed implemented with lies. This NWO is a merely a new feudalism. The powers are pure and simple evil. Where is goodness? Where is the Grand Man?
Have We the People lost everything? An Appeal to Heaven.
JC Collins FEBRUARY 18, 2015 AT 4:11 PM Roger, the elite exhibit the same qualities, or lack thereof, as the disorganized masses. People are “pure and simple evil” whether they are at the top or at the bottom.
The millions of deaths caused by the Abortion Holocaust, at the willful hands of the disorganized masses, will be viewed by future generations as one of the largest displays of collective evil and horror the world has ever seen.
The service has been provided to us, and the conditioning to get us to accept it has been relentless, but it is still our responsibility to have a moral compass.
The moment the disorganized masses start taking accountability for its own actions, the sooner the system will shift in favour of fairness and honesty.
But people cannot be honest with themselves or others. The selfish and unaccountable character traits are promoted to us for exactly that reason, because the small ruling elite know that as soon as people take accountability for their own lives and morality, the game will dramatically shift.
Humanity enslaves itself and creates divisions to define multiple levels of enslavement. The lack of morality exists on all levels. Platitudes of good and evil will not solve the worlds problems, but only continue them.
Daneackerman FEBRUARY 18, 2015 AT 12:23 PM Great essay JC. The way you see the order inside the chaos is second to none. I’ve noticed the context of New World Order that I keep reading from the more organized minds seems to be different from the way the disorganized are understanding it.
From what I have been reading on the organized side of things it seems to simply mean something like a new CEO of the world if you will. Whereas the disorganized see it as a loss of life, liberty and freedom. Man what a word speak sleight of meaning.
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