Reader Thoughts on “The SDR Truth Sandwich” By JC Collins
irrelevant111: Most are not aware of Lee Wanta. I mentioned him many moon ago to Mr. Collins n received no reply. And did not expect one. This is a long audio, but is pivitol when we seek to understand today’s world. I have researched this gentleman n encourage all the same n prove him wrong as we understand our current world. Best to All
Veterans Today Radio (10-6-14) Rev Radio – Stew W…: http://youtu.be/3bUyQFjjvWo
JC Collins: **** it Jim, I’m only one man. (that was suppose to be Scotty from Star Trek)
irrelevant111: I can’t change the laws of matter n anti matter…:) Research my friend as u always do…:)
Daneackerman: “Matter-antimatter quantum music!
Data from the LHCb experiment in 2011 are used to search for the strange phenomenon of matter changing into antimatter and back again.” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zpfs2g2ER-c
b.klausen: The Lee Wanta story is a very interesting one. Just learned about him a month or so ago. One of the most compelling, fascinating stories I’ve ever heard… as with all this stuff, tough to say how much of that story is true and how much is fiction… but Wanta’s story is certainly one to consider and take into account.
Susan Morris: Thanks again, JC, However, whilst I sincerely appreciate your diligent efforts to elucidate and clear some of fog surrounding what is really going on around us, I have a feeling the outcome might not be what they expect. This brilliant essay outlines why:
Kbnow: The SDR appears to be the preferred method of transition opposed to a complete collapse of the system which would set the organized elite back decades if not a century.
For some reason some people still believe China and Russia will pull a rabbit out the hat at the last moment. Last time I checked I believe both Russia and China have Rothschild owned central banks and run a debt monetary system. So until otherwise, SDR appears to be the vessel for the future.
irrelevant111: Something to ponder as we journey on…
Dream Of Life – Alan Watts: http://youtu.be/wU0PYcCsL6o
George: SDR = ‘enlightened democracy’, diverse nations brought together under a common cause. Consolidated power. Those sneaky egyptians aka windsors *cough*, but can they fight freegold?
Can they fight the world wide web and social networking? Or can they fight those within the upper epsilons that are on the wrong side, fighting for humanity? I know there are quite a few now… roths, rockers, a few royals here n there that don’t believe in the same luciferan methods of managing humanity.
makanda62958: USA Today was just the ‘Hundredth Monkey’. Everybody knows now. Good job JC!
“. Since the Federal Reserve Bank was not permitted to own shares of BIS for political reasons, three United States banks, the First National Bank of New York, J. P. Morgan, and the First National Bank of Chicago, created a consortium and each bank purchased 16,000 BIS shares. Thus, the United States representation at the BIS was three times as that of any other nation.” http://www.nndb.com/company/096/000124721/
Toknowyourenemy: Interesting, so does that matter if the code of reforms is pushed through – ownership has its privileges for sure, but going forward isn’t the final reconciliation going to wipe out such dominance?
b.klausen: I saw that USA Today article and thought “hmm wonder if JC saw this?”
There are some interesting comments under that USA Today article, in particular one or two which bring up an interesting idea that the IMF is broke.
Heard this same comment from other analysts as well. Some suggest that the IMF is not going to be around much longer, nor will NATO.
Some are suggesting it would be absolutely ridiculous that China would want to chain itself to western run IMF / SDR when China is the one with the most power and doesn’t need the IMF or to have the yuan not be worth as much when the IMF tells them what it’s value has to be relative to the dollar if it were to be included in the SDR basket.
There’s been much discussion here about the illusion of an east vs west economic battle. It seems with the Shanghai Gold Exchange, the same western parties (JPM and the likes) are also involved in this eastern endeavor.
Central bankers the world over all seem to be in alignment run by the same motives / same families.
The hegelian dialectic and a perceived east vs west split certainly are elements that have to be accounted for. However, what if China (along with Russia) are bluffing about wanting the RMB to be included in the SDR basket?
What if they realize the power they wield by the gold they own and don’t want to play ball with the IMF / West who doesn’t have any gold and therefor have to relinquish their hand full of golden aces to the weaker hand of the west?
Why would China and Russia want to be in league with the IMF when they are holding more cards and power then the IMF and are in the position to completely disregard the IMF and set the new price of gold?
USA Today of all places. USA Today?!?!? USA Today is like news lite… diluted propaganda puff pieces for the masses. And they are running a story about China and the SDR…? I find that very strange.
Cramley: I’m not convinced the BIS has its talons in the Bear and Dragon. The BIS is a creature of the West. Klausen raises a good point. Why would the East go along with the SDR scheme?
When as the gold holder it could dictate how the new system will run. I’m not saying the good work-a-day folk at the IMF and BIS aren’t earnest, but could they be merely humored by the East until the time is right?
JC Collins: The same international bankers still own the gold. Just because they now decide to store it elsewhere doesn’t mean they don’t control. China just didn’t take the gold because they wanted.
And there was no war to steal it. The only viable explanation is the one where they are part of the same system.
They even openly state they are. The PBoC is completely controlled by the BIS. Its amazing how so many want to believe the opposite.
Cramley: But what if we have it backwards. What if it’s the Asiatic Brethren that’s the Godfather and the Swiss Templars the upstart Tessio’s. Who’s been around longer? Who had more time and real estate from which to plunder gold? Whatever happened to Tejumin’s hoard?
Wouldn’t it be a thing Sun Tzu would do to let the enemy extend itself in a false sense of security in allowing the BIS to install franchises in the East?
“To know your Enemy, you must become your Enemy.”
“The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting.”
“Let your plans be dark and impenetrable as night, and when you move, fall like a thunderbolt.”
Could they lulling the West asleep by making googly eyes at the IMF. Saying “oh, yes, this SDR is a wonderful idea…yada yada yada.” And then at the last moment say ” You know we have something else in mind.”
This gold flowing east may be going back to the original owner in exchange for no longer wanted preferred shares/senior bonds of European banks, perhaps the BIS itself. This gold may have been borrowed as seed capital and what we’re seeing is a Kondratieff Winter margin call.
b.klausen: I think it important to consider that even amongst a group operating as a single entity, you will still have division. I would agree JC that it seems the collective few at the top are part of the same system.
However even within the hierarchy of say the mafia, there is dissension amongst the ranks, and different factions which while part of the same system may wish to have more control over said system then they do.
Criminals are not a trustworthy people. And the folks we are discussing are criminal of the most massive kind.
They aren’t just the mafia of drug running and gambling, like we think of when we think of mobster movies, they are far worse. They are running the biggest casino on the planet…total financial control and manipulation.
And when they want to exercise a “hit” it’s not just taking out a couple of opposing people, but it’s generating war on a global scale.
So we are dealing with the most corrupted criminally minded egomaniacs the world has ever seen. Why would we assume they all get along and abide by the decisions of each other and don’t attempt to seize more power for themselves?
Is it not out of the realm of possibility for the PBoC to double cross their partners in the BIS? Not saying that is what’s happening, but why would we assume those who run the biggest criminal syndicate in the history of man, who generate war, conflict, exploitation and suffering are good honest people who honor their agreements or their word to each other?
History has shown that even brothers will go against one another, even kill on another to inherent the throne.
It’s also important to remember that we are at mercy of the information that is released to us by them.
Be it an official paper from the BIS, the FED, the PBoC, the IMF… they are dictating what information we are privy to. They release to us what they want us to know.
Roger Parness: Yes JC. Your analysis continues spot on. The shift to the SDR will serve to consolidate rather than interrupt the BIS/Central banking metastatic control (and pernicious usury).
A new economic world structure approaches which apparently will be same as the old boss. Revolting.
JC Collins: Agreed Roger.
Cramley: You know who’s been quiet lately? Warren Pollack. With all this ebola nonsense I was looking forward to his take. His YT channel is gone. http://warrenpollock.wordpress.com/ blogsite dead.
I didn’t agree with everything he said, but I valued his opinion. Anybody know what happened?
Steve Henningsen (@Stevephenni) My God, the women smacks of desperation! Congress just pass it, before she pulls a Paulson and gets down on bended knee.
JC Collins: That’s funny Steve. Strange to see two mainstream stories in two days regarding this topic.