Reader Comments On "The Ottoman Multilateral Model" By JC Collins
Safety Fishnet (@SafetyFishnet) NOVEMBER 5, 2014 AT 8:16 PM
While I agree with your macro analysis, as a Turkish citizen I’m disgusted with the achievements(if can be so-called) of the current government. Istanbul is filled with so monolithic and soulless structures that you can hardly breathe.
The country is on the verge of experiencing a Kurdish secession, has overexposure to capital flows and tons of vulnerabilities of all kinds. Infrastructure is so poorly overseen, they will have to start from scratch at a point.
JC Collins NOVEMBER 5, 2014 AT 8:59 PM Reflections of the future brother.
matt (@speedspirit42) NOVEMBER 5, 2014 AT 8:22 PM I am wondering if in fact as that we will see the America Union, European Union, Asia Union, Middle Eastern Union be formed as a means to further consolidate the masses under tighter rule.
The 4 Billion poor being the New Green Road to new profits are targeted for further enriching the multinational corporations and those in political power see this as a carrot to cooperate with bankers for now.
Jack Jackson (@hugovictor54) NOVEMBER 5, 2014 AT 10:01 PM Dear J.C. Saw a news blip stating that legislation on the Keystone XL pipeline will probably soon be passed. How about that. Looking to see if a little IMF reform action is in that bill. Things “progressing” nicely. Pdog
Safety Fishnet (@SafetyFishnet) NOVEMBER 5, 2014 AT 10:31 PM We will most likely see globalization through regionalization. African Union already exists and I expect North American Union to be complete by 2020.
I also think Ukraine and Mother Kiev(for Russia it is) will be under Russia’s Eurasian Union in the long term, since I agree with JC’s analysis about the Middle East- Ukraine swap between Russia and US.
SDR will be used as a mechanism for wealth redistribution to harmonize countries and infrastructure projects under the auspicies of globalist institutions, just watch out for China’s “New Silk Road” plan, it is huge and jaw dropping. And this is without the inclusion of Africa, the region where most of the resources will likely flow and money is to be made. Thanks again J.C, participating in your blog is a mentally stimulating experience.
Luminita Muresan NOVEMBER 5, 2014 AT 10:32 PM Before the tip was the bacsis. In France the tip is included in the price… so…following the same rationale…lets hope that the next president of Turkey will be the living spirit of the Great Sinan Pasha and Romania will finally regain its national pride.
I believe no one can make sense of what I said above, unless they know. So is with the Turkish model. When we’ll know we’ll understand.
Until then it does not make much sense. One has to remember though that with all the negative propaganda, the Otoman Empire had a tradition in construction and engineering as well as a very disciplined and well trained military so current achievements might just come historically natural. Turkey like the 1 percent might just be the outliers.
dinar recapsDaneackerman NOVEMBER 5, 2014 AT 11:32 PM Excellent piece of work JC. I guess Obama’s campaign slogan of “change” was true after all. Albeit change people didn’t think about. Perhaps all these changes are why they needed a law professor as a president.
Its hard not to think the next president won’t be republican. Seems like a pattern of two terms republican and then two terms democrat which would put the next being a republican. Makes one wonder.
I can’t wait until this all passes and your insights are proven. Although I don’t want it to pass too quickly as the execution of such a masterful plan should be wondrous to observe.
Wouldn’t it be something if everyone was able to find balance and we could look at all this mess and own it, take responsibility for it, then flush it down some giant toilet and begin anew. It would have to be a pretty big toilet…
Ah ““fall of the Berlin Wall” moment,” I can relate to that:)
Toknowyourenemy NOVEMBER 6, 2014 AT 12:00 AM Do you have any thoughts regarding the use of media, specifically Hollywood films, to portend the future like ‘hints’ for the awake?
Luminita Muresan NOVEMBER 6, 2014 AT 7:38 AM @toknowyourenemy, look at the list of donations from Hollywood hot shots. Perhaps a Barbara Streisand sci-fi musical directed by Steven Spielberg, or maybe a ‘shop until you drop series’ produced by Jerry Bruckheimer? Hi hi.
They have two more years for release so expect … increase of ‘production’.
Unreasonablescot NOVEMBER 6, 2014 AT 10:02 AM Great insight and readily understandable no punches pulled thanks.
I was aware of the gold transfer by China pre war and today picked up this from http://www.dinarrecaps.com/our-blog/bits-and-pieces-wednesday-night2
Posted by John MacHaffie
Financial snapshot A HOUSE OI.O.U. CARDS , ABOUT TO BE BLOWN AWAY !
It will take 6.25 million years for the Federal Reserve to pay up, and this corporate concern is basically, legally, without contract , or , license, to serve as the banking administrator/agent of The U.S.A. Corporation.
On top of that the World Court ruled that the Government of The U.S.A. owes the Chinese 47 trillion dollars from their 1938 deposit of physical gold for ‘ SAFEKEEPING ‘ PRIOR TO JAPAN’S INVASION OF CHINA IN WW – II.
The 47 trillion dollar debt was audited by the assignment of auditors from the World Court and supervised by INTERPOL agents , after THE AGREEMENT THE WORLD COURT MADE WITH THE U.S.A, and then completed after being authorized by )0( his issuing an EO to permit INTERPOL a visa to guard the appointed auditors.
This is mind blowing stuff…. I do have theory about how will be tackled but what is your view? Or is is that part of the “Berlin wall” syndrome?
JC Collins NOVEMBER 6, 2014 AT 1:24 PM The person you reference provides no valid or factual information. As such, I’m unable to comment or expand on any information from that source. Sorry.
tristero888 NOVEMBER 6, 2014 AT 5:08 PM “Perhaps the world can maintain a level of multilateral functionality for decades, bringing purpose and inclusion to all the cultures and peoples on the planet. And perhaps even the self-limiting of the rent seeking elite can be maintained.
But it’s difficult to imagine how this can be sustained for the long term. Eventually someone or group of interests will find away to create imbalances in the bi-directional wealth transfer. And perhaps even the austerity and broader mandates of the system are meant to create a deeper imbalance than what exists today.”
my thoughts exactly. while i personally wholeheartedly agree with the analysis JC has outlined over the last year, my preference is to take an agnostic approach to the whole affair, as it seems there are some positive aspects to the changes on the horizon to help balance the negative.
plus, i believe that Americo, Inc. as the bully storyline needs to be resolved before the global populace can begin to understand that the imbalances in which we suffer are of a much deeper structural nature.
besides, as Hakim Bey noted, there are no permanent utopias, only temporary autonomous zones which dissipate as soon as they begin to appeal to the lowest common denominator. the U.S. was perhaps once that, but long before it was ever considered the U.S. now, it struggles to even maintain the facade.
the entire universe is constantly in flux anyhow, and the nature of life is transmutation, yes? if so, then i say, bring on the paper gold and let its lustrous facade tarnish in a blaze of unfulfilled promises, so that the black heart of usury may finally be revealed…