Thoughts On “Development Goals Of The New World Order” Part 2 of 3
JC Collins FEBRUARY 18, 2015 AT 4:27 PM It’s all about perspectives brother. The disorganized masses, a self-imposed quality, have always been complaining about a loss of life, liberty, and freedom.
And they do nothing to change it. This has been the case for thousands of years. I get sick and tired of hearing all the “telephone tough guys” talking about how they are going to take their freedoms back.
Why, so you can repeat the same simplistic and predictable patterns as past generations.
You overthrow some perceived external enemy, the antagonist, (and there’s always one), to eventually fighting amongst themselves over some other perceived wrong or slight.
The American War for Independence was followed a century later by a civil war.
This process happens all over the world through all times. We are overwhelmed with the problems of the world because we refuse to accept that we are the problem.
We complain about the banking system but people would rise up if that access to capital was taken away. Give us what we want for free is the expectation.
JC Collins Continues This is why primitive man just simply murdered and took what he wanted from others. I’ve said it before, the average middle class person will ignore a homeless person on the street.
But that same person will complain about how they are treated or ignored by those higher in the social structure. And they will also complain about the debt system even though they love getting in debt to purchase new homes, cars, television, etc..
But it’s not their fault because the evil bankers are controlling the world. Blah, I’m in a mood today for sure my friend.
Daneackerman FEBRUARY 18, 2015 AT 5:03 PM Wow we are in similar moods today. I share your sentiment on this subject through and through JC. …………………………
That was all redundant wording reflecting what you have already said. Anyway sorry to stir it up pal feels good getting it out though.
Cooper (@coopersmith648) FEBRUARY 18, 2015 AT 1:19 PM That was a really interesting article right on the heels of War & Petroleum Reserves. http://philosophyofmetrics.com/2015/02/16/war-petroleum-reserves/
You’re quite possibly the first Geo-political Soothsayer and Macroeconomic Shaman (GSMS) to divine and distribute earth-science fundamentals with linguistics properly divorced of any biased personal emotional renderings. In other words, thanks for telling it like how the script might actually read.
I need some clarity, can someone offer their perspective – could “supra-multilateral” and “supra-national” essentially be considered to address the same meaning in the context of this article?
I ask from the angle of using “keywords” in google research. Because there is no use of the term supra-multilateral with reference to any particular subject matter at key sites like CFR, IMF, World Bank, BIS or United Nations – and you would think there would be. I did find reference to the term here.
“WTO is not “a supra-multilateral Body”, therefore, it must recognise the decision of other bodies who have the same autonomy and authority to rule over a case.”
However, replacing the above “keyword” in the google search query with supra-national delivers pages of searchable content.
It’s curious to observe what results google returns with the use of these search queries:
Supra-National Development Bank
Supra-Multilateral Development Bank
Perhaps, JC could lay claim to a newly coined term? Anyways, just found that all interesting and was compelled to share my wandering investigation with ya’ll :) [Outdated but a short and interesting read]
Cooper (@coopersmith648) FEBRUARY 18, 2015 AT 2:30 PM Another really interesting calendar to pay attention to is the Swift Events Calendar.
Here we see the next Swift Business Forum meeting is in New York on the 3rd March 2015 where those attending will be discussing, amongst many things, the drivers for implementing ISO 20022 domestically and internationally.
“ISO 20022 is a set of standards defined and maintained by the International Organization for Standardization that define the ‘language’ for information exchange between entities in various business areas. http://www.iso20022.org/
ISO 20022 is a global de-facto standard within payment initiation, direct debit and cash management reporting.”
Development of ISO 20022 infrastructure and adoption of it’s messaging standards for Real-Time Gross Settlement (RTGS) is a key element to watch for in emerging financial markets.
Full implementation of ISO 20022 by banks in the EM regions will act as a very clear signal to foreign investors that those markets are now accessible and have been properly integrated into the global trade framework.
Payments in ASEAN post AEC 18 August 2014
“The introduction of the AEC in 2015 will usher in an important new economic era and area…”
“…if standards such as ISO 20022 are adopted to support this network, the AEC will be globally connected as well, thereby facilitating the flow of trade and foreign direct investment with the rest of the world.”
JC Collins FEBRUARY 18, 2015 AT 4:49 PM Thanks for the links Cooper. You are exactly correct with this line of thinking. I had previously written last year some time that the new and emerging payment system between China and Russia would also be under the ISO 20022 mandates.
And in fact they are also utilizing the same base code for the system, which is what will make it ISO 20022 compliant. That area is definitely worth some more research if you are so inclined.
Cooper (@coopersmith648) FEBRUARY 18, 2015 AT 4:57 PM “I had previously written last year some time…” that’s brilliant, you did too here and here, thanks for pointing that out I’ll go have a good read of those articles. Haha, I’m constantly stumped by how much content you’ve actually written about on this site – I scour it!.. and still turn up stuff I haven’t any idea about nor read. Great work :)
JC Collins FEBRUARY 18, 2015 AT 4:33 PM Cooper, you’re WTO quote on a “supra-multilateral body” is spot on. Supra-national would be multilateral institutions, such as the development banks themselves, which are made up of national members.
The Supra-multilateral would be an institution, or governing and regulating body, which is made up of other multilateral institutions, such as the development banks.
As such, we can define the new IMF Supra-Fund as possibly the first Supra-Multilateral Development Bank. It’s a rare term for sure, but it can be found when one dredges the deep canals of official and supra-sovereign institutions and think tanks.
Speedspirit FEBRUARY 18, 2015 AT 1:53 PM The Millennium Development Goals for 2015 as designated by the United Nations. These goals were established back in the year 2000 and were meant to be completed by the end of 2015. They are:
Eradicate Extreme Poverty and Hunger
Achieve Universal Primary Education
Promote Gender Equality and Empower Women
Reduce Child Mortality
Improve Maternal Health
Combat HIV/AIDS, Malaria, and other Diseases
Ensure Environmental Sustainability
Develop a Global Partnership for Development
And they failed! The UN could not punch its way out of a paper bag.
About 842 million people in the world do not eat enough to be healthy. That means that one in every eight people on Earth goes to bed hungry each night. (Source: FAO, 2013)
By 2050, climate change and erratic weather patterns could have pushed another 24 million children into hunger. Almost half of these children would be in sub-Saharan Africa. (Source: IFPRI, 2009)
A third of all deaths in children under the age of five in developing countries are linked to under nutrition. (Source: IGME, 2011)
WFP calculates that US$3.2 billion is needed per year to reach all 66 million hungry school-age children.
But no we bail out banks. The recent fines to HSBC for manipulation alone could wipe out hunger. Where did that money go? The system cannot be fixed. It will fail. Second Law of Thermodynamics!
nanook73 FEBRUARY 18, 2015 AT 3:25 PM “The recent fines to HSBC for manipulation alone could wipe out hunger. ”
My 13 year old son made the same statement to me last week. I will tell you the same thing I told him. Money cannot solve the problem of world hunger.
The root cause of hunger/poverty is not a lack of money but rather a result of corruption. Corruption of mans nature, corruption of political and legal systems and so forth.
We have been throwing money at world hunger for as long as I have been alive – yet the problem still persists and in some instances/places – appears to be growing.
The more corrupt the systems and the people running them the more human suffering we have.
It is as simple as that. It is not a problem the UN (or anyone else) can fix by taxing (redistributing) wealth without the law of unintended consequences rearing its nasty little head. Fix what’s in man’s heart – change his mind first – then you can help fix the problem with his belly. Nanook
JC Collins FEBRUARY 18, 2015 AT 5:21 PM Thank you Nanook, you have stated this better than I could have. Straight to the logical heart my friend.
Speedspirit FEBRUARY 19, 2015 AT 2:20 AM I understand your point and confirmation of by JC but my point was the UN is ALL smoke and mirrors. If they wanted to eliminate world hunger they certainly had the means and the money to implement something more substantial they what they arent doing.
Building a few hundred greenhouses with Slingshot water machines along with Stirling generators would have been a start. What happened to “Lead by example”? and “teach a man to fish” or in this case how to grow food. I am not looking to argue I just see a different perspective on things, one that is not masonic in nature.
Cooper (@coopersmith648) FEBRUARY 18, 2015 AT 3:54 PM It can’t RE-fail can it? it has failed a long time ago. We have been experiencing a managed economic and social reality in an absurd state of suspended animation invitus – to bring it back to life will be what kills it.
Hence, the ridiculous jibbering of all the frontal lobe disconnected MSM mouthpieces that mis-remember critical facts and mis-locate events in their story-telling thus completely mis-leading the public http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-02-09/brian-williams-conflate-gate-explained-taiwan-animators?page=1
parading their disgust and contempt for the brave souls who are patriotic but suffer cognitive dissonance to fight for the lies of these soul-less puppets – all simply to ensure advertising revenue continues unabated from their vampire-squid masters (though perhaps that’s a rather simplified analysis).
Hence, (to quote John Embry)M/em> the “preposterous“ magnitude of lawlessness, money printing, pillaging, elite sponsored intellectual-reductionism, political narcissism where intravenously fed GMO bulls##t is deliriously gorged on and crude even brute unelected celebrities tell us we’re special –
just like everyone else – along with the horrendously blatant real-timedestruction of ALL social contracts that will continue now and ever more ad infinitum until that one egg cracks and does something about it all and the TPTB finally say to themselves, “well if one egg cracks, then they ALL might stand up to us…?”
…or it may just be I’m externalizing my own ignorance and really this disturbing hologram being projected onto the visual spectrum and ‘experienced’ needs nothing more than a swapping of the film reel. In which case, ignore the above. Breathe Cooper. /end rant
JC Collins FEBRUARY 18, 2015 AT 4:45 PM The Millennium Development Goals are the marketing for the methodology of consolidation which is taking place.
The success of the eight goals are somewhat irrelevant as they are only for window shopping. It’s like expecting your fast food burger to look like it does on the menu picture.
There is a disconnect from expectations and realities, mainly because the expectation will vary depending on where you are positioned on the socioeconomic ladder.
This divorce between expectations and realities can be observed in all human interactions.
The expectations are usually matched with our self-imposed ego based desires, and the realities are what eventually piss our ego of as it becomes aware that it is not the center of everyone else’s reality.
The world’s problems are really that simply to fix. We are the world and the world is us, but people are too delusional, as individuals and as a collective, to actually realize this observable reality which surrounds us.
Call it JC’s First Law of the Disorganized Masses – Ego perceptions will inevitably crash into other ego perceptions, leading to either conflict or the merging of ego perceptions into even larger collective perceptions, which will inevitably crash into other collective perceptions, and so on…
Dripfood FEBRUARY 19, 2015 AT 7:08 PM Call it JC’s First Law of the Disorganized Masses –
Ego perceptions will inevitably crash into other ego perceptions, leading to either conflict or the merging of ego perceptions into even larger collective perceptions, which will inevitably crash into other collective perceptions, and so on…
Great first law! Your First Law of the Disorganized Masses it is closely related the DF’s Second Law of Anthropodynamics: Conflict is a natural consequence of internal deficiencies as it is natures way to contain and eradicate any organization based on lack.
Speedspirit FEBRUARY 19, 2015 AT 8:07 PM Ego’s are of course of Anti Christ consciousness and to solve the problems of the world then more individuals must understand the laws of the universe.
Laws that pertain to wisdom, love and understanding. Laws just like gravity that exist whether or not people understand the law.
So by JC’s First Law of Disorganized Masses the solution seems clear. God was wrong to give man free will and the only way to save the world is to end freedom. Is that correct?
Or is it that each individual must learn to love himself and to forgive himself of his short comings is the midst of such suppression that he self imposed by way of forfeiture.
How naive of the common man to expect elected officials to conduct themselves according to law. A mass extinction by way of crucification is that the answer?
Much blood was shed during the first American revolution and much blood shed against brothers of foreign nations during world wars all of which was wasted.
Is there a solution that does not require the blood of the bankers and politicians because this time I do not believe the masses will not figure out whom to murder.
And in doing so releasing this hatred of self but learning the lesson of remorse and freeing the soul from the Ego. Dark but still a possibility.
nanook73 FEBRUARY 19, 2015 AT 3:42 AM Hi Spirit, I don’t know much about anything masonic –
I just look at the facts. I am firm believer as you are that you must teach people to fish and not simply hand them one.
The problem is – if you build green houses, dig wells and teach people agriculture but the neighbouring war lord (or their own government) tears it down, burns the village to the ground and murders half the inhabitants after you leave then all the money, the infrastructure and the teaching is for naught.
The problem is big – and I have to admit I am at a loss as to how “we” should fix it. My primary concern these days is making sure that my little corner of the world does not suffer the same fate as some of the places we hear the most about.
Think globally – act locally. This means different things to different people. I am currently living my own version of this mantra. It’s the best I can do. Nanook
nanook73 FEBRUARY 19, 2015 AT 3:43 AM This comment should have been a few threads up. Computers….
Toknowyourenemy FEBRUARY 18, 2015 AT 3:29 PM “The obvious nature of these “operations” and “characters” can be found in their reluctance to provide much in the way of factual evidence, and to a larger extent, they ignore the vast amount of official and supporting evidence which we cover here.”
This is one place to receive good information, by no means the only source. I’m done listening to any one person, internet or in person, this is just where I come to for the formal, collegiate level of careful instruction. Every theory can be disproved by a ‘non-believer’ on any number of points.
Let’s face it, the more specific a writer or such is in a piece, the more they WILL be ridiculed.
I don’t think its a coincidence the general storyline here is weighted to the macro….the above, ‘official’ evidence being of particular concern for me – meaning, the potential exists for the spreading of propaganda from the official source gaining credibility from J.C. himself.
But that said, I’d be very curious to hear how you (J.C.) feel about people like Charles Hugh Smith’s ‘deep state’ reference to power, influence, etc. Or, who do you recommend reading for additional info on what coming our way? Who do you not? Otherwise, thank you, again – your time and energy spent are appreciated.
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