Reader Thoughts & Comments On "The Tail Of The Dragon" By JC Collins Part 2
irrelevant111 NOVEMBER 26, 2014 AT 7:06 PM We continue to abide in the arena of uncertainty as we attempt to understand the grand scheme.
How is it so many bright minds on this forum are so astute, yet can’t do anything to change.
So, in the world of reality, we adapt, as we extrapolate.
There is no magical formula or grand evil plan.
It is the perversion and ego of men in power that push the buttons, much to our dismay.
Comfort is found for those that see and hope a few of power can change the tide of mans ineptitude….
irrelevant111 Continues: As always, therein lies hope and Mr. Collins provides such.
Best to My Brethren as We Journey on… Humor distracts sadness…
Ron Mathias NOVEMBER 26, 2014 AT 8:00 PM JC – An interesting article as always, however this statement requires pause for thought:
“Interestingly enough it was Koch Industries founder Fred Koch who was one of the designers of the John Birch Society. The JBS is mandated with spreading the communist philosophies of centralization within western societies.”
At first glance, this seems like a grievous error. Is this satire?
From Robert Welch, one of the founders of the JBS: “both the U.S. and Soviet governments are controlled by the same furtive conspiratorial cabal of internationalists, greedy bankers, and corrupt politicians.
If left unexposed, the traitors inside the U.S. government would betray the country’s sovereignty to the United Nations for a collectivist New World Order, managed by a ‘one-world socialist government.” – The Blue Book of the John Birch Society.
The mandate of the JBS has – and has been from it’s inception – the polar opposite of your statement. Can you elaborate?
JC Collins NOVEMBER 26, 2014 AT 9:16 PM Ron, on the surface the JBS appears to be exactly what it says it is, but on further thinking and analysis we come to very firm conclusions that the organization has in fact done nothing to stop the spread of socialism or the slow integration of the Christian west into a larger global collective. The proof of this is found in our current state of affairs and the ever increasing spread of centralization.
It is highly probable that the JBS is acting as the “controlled opposition” from which most, if not all, conspiracy theories have originated. These are the same conspiracy theories today which have utterly failed at exposing or explaining the true machinations of global centralization which is taking place. The alternative masses are worked into a frenzy over everything but the truth.
Quoted from this link: http://spartacus-educational.com/JFKbirchS.htm
Welch made it clear he wanted a “secret, monolithic organization” that would “operate under completely authoritative control at all levels”. Welch explained that “democracy is merely a deceptive phrase, a weapon of demagoguery, and a perennial fraud”.
Doesn’t sound anti-communist or pro-freedom. Additionally, the so-called conservative right who supported the JBS and were very vocal in their anti-communist leaning, where the same business and industry interests which were attempting to establish a foot hold in China, and Russia. Just like Fred Koch.
Outside of all the proclamations and propaganda, I study results, or failure of results. The JBS has so failed in their openly expressed mission that it is difficult to believe that the real mission wasn’t the opposite.
The anti-communist CSI was so built up and established in the western mind that the likelihood of it not being purposefully engineered that way is highly unlikely. Even today, the melancholy of the cold war still lingers on the fringes of the western conscious collective.
Ron Mathias NOVEMBER 26, 2014 AT 11:12 PM JC – I greatly appreciate your response and analysis. You make a very salient point concerning result vs. rhetoric – something that must be taken into consideration when dealing with Hegelian Dialectical Idealism. I will read through the information provided, and look forward to your next article.
mag51 NOVEMBER 26, 2014 AT 10:26 PM
Thinking about the renminbi and the SDR from an investment standpoint, I ask myself, what would make these currencies more attractive/acceptable to an investor as opposed to the dollar and dollar backed financial instruments? I would answer my own question with what the dollar is lacking; backing by gold.
I realize this is a simplistic question, but if the renminbi and/or SDR were backed to some extent by gold, would it not make these currencies more attractive to investors and therefore more readily accepted? This would circumvent all the maneuvering to replace the dollar simply by making these currencies more attractive to investors and governments than the dollar.
With China’s large gold reserves, I wonder why they would not back the renminbi with a percentage of gold sooner rather than later, acknowledging they have plans to do so at some later time. I realize there is more to it and would appreciate anyone’s opinion on this. Thanks.
Matt McBride (@MattMhmmcbride) NOVEMBER 27, 2014 AT 1:51 AM Hi JC, It has been proposed that CBs are buying equities (as well switching $ for illiquid assets).
Primary dealers have also been buying equities with these FED switch $
These equities have been propping up the low volume market.
Will the IMF take the equities onto the balance sheet in exchange for SDR’s (even if the price drops as a result if a correction)? As it seems the retail buyers are no longer available to hold the bag when the correction occurs. Thanks again
Bruno de Landevoisin NOVEMBER 27, 2014 AT 4:50 AM The long range thinkers, stalling for all the marbles, and perhaps waiting on the accumulation of an enormous pile of gold to have at their disposal as well. Love the liquid dragon image!
Since I know you have a keen eye my brother, I thought I might share some candy of my own:
All the best, Bruno
JC Collins NOVEMBER 27, 2014 AT 5:14 AM Looking good Bruno. Love the printing press image on the “dollar debasement” link.
Bruno de Landevoisin NOVEMBER 27, 2014 AT 5:23 AM
Ed nRaleigh (@headinthesand33) NOVEMBER 27, 2014 AT 12:34 PM
The Republicans WON the majority in November, but will not be IN majority until January 3, 2015. The Democrats are still in majority until January 2, 2015. The IMF vote (before end of 2014) is STILL under Democratic majority.
JC Collins NOVEMBER 27, 2014 AT 1:26 PM There is no IMF vote before the end of 2014, and the Republican majority begins on January 6th, not the 2nd. Appreciate your comments, just get your facts straight.
P.S. Your other rude and condescending comments will not be posted. If you want your comments to be posted in the future, at least attempt to offer something of value. I’m only trying to help.
Slobadob NOVEMBER 27, 2014 AT 1:25 PM I have just stumbled upon your blog and although I have been watching financial events from the alternative media, i think you have more than any commentator I have read seen the patterns emerging. Thank you and well done!
A small query… the UK government have just revised GDP upwards to take into effect illegal trade such as drugs and prostitution.
At the time I thought this was to hide the abysmal growth figures of our economy. But I wonder if it is more to do with ensuring GBP gets a slighter bigger slice of the Great Reset? Best regards
Cramley NOVEMBER 27, 2014 AT 6:16 PM What happened to peak oil? Where’s all this Saudi oil coming from?
When Simmons was touting the opacity of Saudi oil reserves, he was cleverly framing it as a ploy to hide a rapidly depleting resource. Throw some graphs from authentic-sounding organizations and voila! : we’re all doomed. Well, while he had everybody hypnotized the equation’s other answer was ignored. A square has two roots. The opacity was there to hide the fact the reserves are practically limitless.
Would petrodollar recycling be viable if this was widely accepted?
Roger Parness NOVEMBER 27, 2014 AT 6:49 PM Surrendering sovereignty apparently involves treason on multiple fronts. The Koch/Republicans in bed with the Chinese is treason of the highest order.
I suppose that bribing US politicians with “Chinese prostitution money” would be their version of patriotism and morality.