Reader Thoughts & Comments On The Shifting Script - Part 2
Cooper (@coopersmith648) FEBRUARY 4, 2015 AT 6:24 PM For anyone that’s got 3 hours to spare (lol) here’s the UN WebTVs 1st meeting on Sovereign Debt Restructuring Processes
Someone to pay attention to as the UN proposal for a Debt Workout Mechanism or SDRM unfolds is Professor José Antonio Ocampo. Acting as keynote speaker for the first hour in the above UN WebTV broadcast, he appears to be spearheading the campaign.
Also in Breaking News:
IMF boss calls for changes in global currency system to increase financial stability
“…managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), thinks the establishment of a new global currency would not only challenge the US dollar’s dominance but also protect the world’s financial system from future shocks and instability…
…suggests that currencies of some leading emerging markets currencies, like China’s renminbi, be added to a basket of currencies administered by IMF would be one way or increasing stability to the global system.
Using the [Special Drawing Rights] to price global trade and denominate financial assets would provide a buffer from exchange rate volatility, Strauss-Kahn said, and issuing SDR-denominated bonds could create a potentially new class of reserve assets…
…Last month, the president of Russia Dmitry Medvedev proposed that the BRIC currencies should be included in the SDR basket. Similarly, President Sarkozy of France agreed that the yuan should be included…
[ :) sorry, that’s cheeky! I couldn’t help myself]
I just wanted to point out how desirable the SDR script has been to alot of international actors for quite some time. The case could be made that there is really only one main actor standing in the way of this storyline reaching it’s climax.
For consideration, perhaps we would do well to remember that there seems to be an approximate 4 month acceptable tolerance between making public your ideas on a “new reserve currency” that challenges U.S hegemony and getting maid as a high profile sex-offender…
Some interesting links:
Enhancing International Monetary Stability—A Role for the SDR?
The global debt clock
[I’m unsure how much stock you can put into that second link though]
Daneackerman FEBRUARY 4, 2015 AT 9:51 PM Some big movements are beginning to unfold.
“Staples to Buy Office Depot for $6.3 Billion”
Obama just asked for stricter taxation on multinational companies with his budget proposal the other day. Today China follows suit. “China to Crack Down on Tax Collection From Multinational Companies”
I have to bow to you all’s knowledge on this. But what ever it really is India is following suit. “China Moves to Free Up Money in Its Economy”
Ozymandias 3 FEBRUARY 4, 2015 AT 10:57 PM Dane: I knew that Staples and Office Depot were in talks. I am most pleased that Staples is coming out on top because it is the better player in these field.
Also, watch for the next de-pegging of currencies ‘event’ as ‘events’ are rapidly escalating in rapid successions. The $USD will soon collapse. Soon before the collapse I have money on the Hong Kong Dollar de-pegging from the $USD with an initial appreciation rise of 30% in the Hong Kong Dollar.
The Yuan will soon follow. I do not have any long futures on the Yuan at present because I am uncertain of the percent rise. However, it will likely be appreciable because the CCP is going to likely announce next year the the RNB will be backed by GOLD. Dragons covet, protect, and worship GOLD. Oz
Ozymandias 3 FEBRUARY 4, 2015 AT 10:42 PM Given the amount of physical gold in the possession of Russia and China I have know doubts that gold will become an appreciable part of the SDR basket if not the primary part.
The leaders of nations about the world, except Brussels, Basel Swizerland, and the USA, desire par value for their trades. Most of the people on this planet are getting sick and tire of trading valuable goods in exchange for worthless green printed paper from the US Federal Reserve.
I can easily see a return to a gold standard in the future. The $USD is going to be replaced very soon and it is going to be extremely painful for most Americans.
The $USD as we know it today is going to be replaced with another extremely devalued piece of paper likely called, a US Treasury Note (or something similar in nomenclature). Millions of Americans are going to painfully suffer unnecessarily for the criminal, evil, and selfish sins of a few. The $USD has recently taken off on a last parabolic flight towards 100% before it crashes to its actual real value of less than 1%.
Daneackerman FEBRUARY 4, 2015 AT 11:14 PM Hey Oz do you think if they were going to change the US bills that there may be a bread crumb in the budget that was just submitted? Crap I was just getting ready to relax for a bit…..were is that budget…..?.
Daneackerman FEBRUARY 5, 2015 AT 12:06 AM “WASHINGTON — A study from a Pentagon think tank theorizes that Russian President Vladimir Putin has Asperger’s syndrome, “an autistic disorder which affects all of his decisions,” according to the 2008 report obtained by USA TODAY.”
And this sounds a lot like Jason. “The United States Department of Defense’s Office of Net Assessment (ONA)”
Ozymandias 3 FEBRUARY 5, 2015 AT 8:14 AM Dane: The propaganda methodologies refined by Reich Minister Joseph Goebbels and his minions and other associated miscreants lives on today in USA Today. The USA Today is nothing more than a mild, but very effective, form of Doctor Goebbels’ “Der Angriff”.
You might wish to closely review Doctor Goebbels’ Principles #13 and #14 of his reported “Principles of Propaganda” as an informative reference in order to assess such particular claims as noted in the USA Today.
A closer study of all of Doctor Goebbels’ “Principles of Propaganda” are also worthy of a closer evaluation and study relative to what is regularly, and has been, served up to the dumbasses and masses by all of the MSM outlets in the USA. (The propaganda distributed and transmitted by the FOX networks via Rupert Murdock is no exception.) Oz
PS: The editorial pages of the NYT, ABC News, CBS News, NBC News, and all German newspapers have been under Langley’s direction and pay for decades. Form where and by whom might you think that the Dulles Brothers refined their skill sets?
Daneackerman FEBRUARY 5, 2015 AT 5:29 PM Lol. Oz, thank you for caring enough about me and our fellow readers here to share your information.
What I do with articles such as that is to attempt to see the flow in which we are being guided. Think of that flow like a stream or river that we are stuck in. If you can discern the movement of the river then you can try to position yourself in the section of the stream that suits you best.
That may not be the most comfortable place in the stream for anyone else but at least you can see it and try to find peace in it.
I think that overlooking the stream and its different flows, cricks and creeks is a disservice to myself because it blinds me to so much that is happening around me.
Ozymandias 3 FEBRUARY 5, 2015 AT 9:31 AM Dane:
Daneackerman FEBRUARY 5, 2015 AT 5:57 PM Interesting article Oz.
He admits that he plagiarized then. Reminds me of the kids that tried to cheat off my test in school. Not cool dude. Seems to me he had a bad habit of accepting articles that weren’t his then put his name under it. Wonder if there where more articles than just CIA ones. How much will this article and campaign drive up his book sales I wonder?
It makes it really hard for me to get past a cheater wanting me to believe what he is saying. Perhaps they should have left that at the end of the article instead of starting it off with that. It put me on the defensive right away. Now its conditioned in my mind and I can’t get past it.
I thought if the CIA didn’t want someone to say anything that they were capable of silencing them.
Miithu (@Miithu) FEBRUARY 5, 2015 AT 4:31 PM
Ozymandias 3 FEBRUARY 5, 2015 AT 7:45 PM Dane: The German writers in the public or MSM in Germany have known the scores and who were in control since the end of WWII.
The original West German press and the unified German press since 1990 press, has been under the control of CIA and US State Department since the end of WWII.
The German reporters and editors are just being to act more independently in the past couple of years as they are beginning to position themselves to potentially depart the EU and join a Eurasian Trade Zone. The German have tired of their alliance with the USA and the Neocon’s currency and trade war with Russia.
daneackerman FEBRUARY 5, 2015 AT 10:02 PM I’m sure they are Oz. I was merely pointing out the questions I would have to ask myself from analyzing the article you posted. Nothing more.
It’s just hard to believe the CIA would be so obvious to let him know it was them giving him the article. It would most likely come through a manager or handler or something. So the journalist would have to be taking it from an unknown person then putting his name on it. That’s cheating man plain and simple.
It just doesn’t seem plausible for a CIA agent to walk up to his desk show him his badge and tell him he had to put the article in. How did it get past the editor? Sorry pal.
No discredit to all those who do stand up and believe me I have no institutional knowledge of how the journalism process works. I’m just using the logic that comes to mind in harmony with my heart.
Dripfood FEBRUARY 6, 2015 AT 9:30 AM Oz, that’s not what I get out of the articles that you linked to. Merkel just introduced the prospect of a trade deal between the EU and the Eurasian Union.
If anything, she is pitching to offer Russia inclusion into the EU and eurozone when she referred to “a free trade zone that spans from Vladivostok to Lisbon”
irrelevant111 FEBRUARY 6, 2015 AT 2:37 AM Part of the journey…
irrelevant111 FEBRUARY 6, 2015 AT 7:12 AM Never forget a promise…
mag51 FEBRUARY 6, 2015 AT 3:20 PM daneackerman, I liked your analogy to the flow of a river to see where it’s going. I believe we’re being purposefully directed to another war with the escalated focus and increased violence associated with ISIS and allegations that Putin is somehow less than mentally sound. Listening to my kids and what they’re hearing and feeling, as well as conversations in town; it’s disheartening.
Daneackerman FEBRUARY 6, 2015 AT 5:26 PM Agreed mag51. But don’t forget about the Un for religions. There reasoning is to stop religious wars so it could be part of that script. My heart hopes we have evolved beyond a waring people.
deejj87 FEBRUARY 6, 2015 AT 4:55 PM “Canada’s housing market rebounded in 2014, fueled by low and declining interest rates although there are some welcome signs of cooling especially in overheated markets. IMF staff analysis suggests a national real house price overvaluation between 7–20 percent although with important regional differences.”
I would guess Toronto and Vancouver
irrelevant111 FEBRUARY 6, 2015 AT 6:27 PM War is in the cards, but the chosen few are losing ground. Pay attention to Putin, China and BRICS…. There you will see the the tale unfold…