Timeline Of Global Governance Milestones (Freepom)
SDR and the Transition to a Global Currency By JC Collins
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John John Dear Mr.Collins, as usual as I post a comment in your free POM I understand to thank you for your work, concerning keeping us well informed.
I ask again allowance to post what I have to consider in order to contribute to the understanding ‘the bigger picture’ of global situation, even beyond the Earth, but what may or not influence one day our society.
May you allow readers to discern, to laugh or to take it seriously, as each of them consider to do. It is also an information to which every one has the right to access, in order to discern it.
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neal poole Interesting stuff. Am keen to know more about the global religion agenda. Could you include more details about this in your writings. Thank you as always!
Dripfood Neal, this is a good start: http://www.uri.org/about_uri
JC Collins Neal, I will be writing much more about the global religion agenda in the coming months. There are some great aspects to such a thing, but as always there are the negative traits as well.
Speedspirit JC aside from our differences what or how do you see this global government cooperation dealing with technology making so many entry level jobs obsolete?
This concern fits your time line and it seems governments will just print or borrow to keep these people feed, housed and quiet but long term is this just a trend that will continue until these people die off to natural causes?
JC Collins Have a look at the posts from today. The problem with humanity is not isolated to a specific group or bloodline. The problem is a human problem and as specific families and groups die off there will be others transitioning into those roles. This is how it has always been.
Dineen Jogola That timeline is impressive! I know the hours of work you put into research and sharing material and I’m amazed your sharing that timeline for free.
One question, I see the chance for war fluctuates depending on the quality of transition of USD out of reserve accounts and the marketplace as a whole. How did you come up with the likelihood of war based on that transition? Is it similar
To a historic model? (The only one I could think of is Weimar Republic and their inflation/instability)
JC Collins There are variables, such as financial volatility, which do not overtly influence the probability for war. It would appear that war probabilities increase during periods of foundational transformation, such as changes to the shifting of wealth due to currency status adjustments.
I’ve considered that the highest probability of war exists in the early stages of the USD reserve diversification because there is a margin of volatility assigned to exchange rate fluctuations as opposed to straight financial volatility.
There is a comparison to the Weimar Republic which can be made, but we should filter that comparison through the larger changes that were taking place during the shifting of reserves from the British pound to the US dollar.
This was the shifting foundation which was taking place before the war even started and culminated at Bretton Woods in 1944. It is my conclusion that as reserve diversification settles into a steady rhythm and nears some sense of completion the threat of war will be dramatically reduced.
Orendareview JC, Thank you. Vital guide to this transition. POM members would also do well to watch this documentary making the rounds as of late about the proposed BREXIT:
Dane Thank you Orendareview. I was just noticing the similarity between the two movies “Olympus Has Fallen” (2013) and “London Has Fallen” (2016). Same key actors, similar titles… So thank you for this.
Dane JC thank you for sharing this. It helps calm a crazy mind.
Hey Dee are you seeing that 75% reduction in the probability of war? That would be awesome!
benny benfari JC What about a Global Language?
JC Collins It’s a possibility that such a language is being slowly evolved but I haven’t researched much on that yet. Though it is also an area of interest. My initial thoughts would be that technology will bridge the gap between langauages making one common language irrelevant. In essence, technology would be the common language.
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Dane Here’s another example on the same line of technology filling the language gap.
Orendareview Perhaps the great return is upon us: Genesis 11:1 (NIV)
“Now the whole world had one language and a common speech.”