READER THOUGHTS ON “G20 SUMMIT COMMUNIQUE” By JC Collins
z-axismedia (@zaxisperspectrm) NOVEMBER 16, 2014 AT 11:18 AM
JC – the “China Daily” article is pretty clear. Thanks. Can we get your opinion on this latest development from the US “WRIT OF QUO WARRANTO”, is this  next level CSI,  legitmate movements towards real freedom & liberty,  some else entirely? Peace from Australia
Dripfood NOVEMBER 16, 2014 AT 3:16 PM I read the communinque and was quite displeased how much emphasis was put on job creation.
They seem clueless about the fact that technological development is causing evermore loss of jobs. With regard to this, we need to start designing and experimenting with alternative methods of weath delivery to the people.
Dripfood Continues: Being paid by the hour of labour might fail in the long run. In this sense, the problem that the G20 recognizes should be reframed from ‘unemployment’ into ‘stagnating wealth dispersion’. With the problem reframed like that, we’d finally have a real chance of long term improvement.
Secondly, I noticed the emphasis on investing in Infrastructure. I sure hope they put their globally consolidated capital to good use by investing in a global network of maglev-vactube trains…. the kind Elon Musk a.o. is drawing up. But I am afraid they are probably talking about more asphalt and gas stations in Africa and Southern Asia. :-(
tristero888 NOVEMBER 18, 2014 AT 12:50 PM “quite displeased how much emphasis was put on job creation.They seem clueless about the fact that technological development is causing evermore loss of jobs.”
if you read the communique not for the clues that they may possess, but rather the clues that are being dribbled out to the global populace, then perhaps there’s a clue?
JOBS! is one of those magic trigger words. GROWTH is another (read the last IMF missive, i believe it’s mentioned 3-4 times in a couple hundred words).
“we need to start designing and experimenting with alternative methods of weath delivery to the people.”
perhaps rather, we should start experimenting with alternative definitions of wealth itself? maybe how it’s being currently defined by most is a dysfunctional interpretation? if so, then even if we can get it to the peeps like Amazon Prime, then we still risk a high % of returns.
on a slight tangent, Alan Watts predicted this moment in time about 46 years ago:
“THE LEISURE SOCIETY: PUZZLES AND PARADOXES
Watts: The thing is this: what we are facing, what’s going to happen is this…if we do not encounter the final political catastrophe of atomic war, biological warfare and wipe the whole thing out, we’re going to have a huge leisure society–where they’re going to reverse taxation and PAY people for the work that the machines do for them.
Because there’s no other solution to it. In other words, if the manufacturer is going to be able to sell his products, the people gotta have money to pay for the products. All those people have been put out of work by the machines the manufacturer is using.
Therefore, the people have got to be paid by the government–CREDIT of some kind, so they can buy what the machines produces–then the thing will go on.
So this means that thousands and thousands of people are going to be loafing around, with nothing at all to do. A few people who are maniacs for work will go on… ”
z-axismedia (@zaxisperspectrm) NOVEMBER 16, 2014 AT 9:51 PM SGE and CME Group Sign MOU to Usher in a New Chapter of International Cooperation
“…mutually promote the sound, healthy and orderly development of the global gold market in line with the principle of reciprocal benefit, mutual cooperation and common prosperity…”
Johan Bouwer NOVEMBER 17, 2014 AT 5:04 PM
What about the “bail-in” situation? I read another post this morning where they claimed that the G20 official policy now is to take the depositors money in case the banks need (want) it. JB
Ozymandias 3 NOVEMBER 17, 2014 AT 11:38 PM Mr Collins: I did not intent to seem doubting or obstreperous in previous post towards your declarations that China is now and has always has been a pawn of the NWO financial elites. I have never doubted that such was and is the case.
I am keenly aware that the East vs. West reported conflict paradigms by the MSM and the US Government are and have been nothing more than lies, scams and shams intended to distract the masses away from the nefarious goal of the globalists and Shylock Banksters.
Based on my personal experiences I cannot trust the ChiComs and have never trusted Shylock Banksters.
Ozymandias 3 NOVEMBER 17, 2014 AT 11:40 PM Also, the G20 Summit Communique is nothing more that feeding of bovine scat to the media agent of the NWO elites for transfer to the masses.
Cramley NOVEMBER 18, 2014 AT 2:11 AM It’s so simple. The answer is right in front of everybody hidden in plain sight that the goldbugs don’t even see it–gold’s true purpose. Gold is both the alpha and omega for credit.
Why gold will be revalued so much higher? What will be the driver?
Demand?…..No. It’s not going to be Indian and Chinese shrimps driving the price. It will be the Central Banks in a last ditch effort to restart the game of human tax farming. It will be their way of delevering the world. First Caruana and now Draghi. For the MFS not to fall flat on its face right out the gate, the debt burden has to mitigated. Then we can transition away from Triffin’s dilemma.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/economics/11235269/ECB-could-buy-gold-to-revive-economy.html The article is rather coy trail balloon.
Dripfood NOVEMBER 18, 2014 AT 8:01 AM Cramley, isn’t it BECAUSE the CB’s require gold, the official market price is guatranteed to stay within certain bounds?
What is the ration of institutional (incl. Industrial) gold demand to consumer gold demand?
The consumer price of gold could theoretically rise if a black consumer market takes hold during a true currency collapse. Maybe you can see that happening, but most can’t. (A perk of CSI?)
tristero888 NOVEMBER 18, 2014 AT 12:52 PM does anyone recognize any of those high & mighty types in the photo?