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The New World Order And The Rise Of The East

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Submitted by Brandon Smith of,

“Actually, as Winston well knew, it was only four years since Oceania had been at war with Eastasia and in alliance with Eurasia. But that was merely a piece of furtive knowledge, which he happened to possess because his memory was not satisfactorily under control. Officially the change of partners had never happened. Oceania was at war with Eurasia: therefore Oceania had always been at war with Eurasia. The enemy of the moment always represented absolute evil, and it followed that any past or future agreement with him was impossible…” – George Orwell, 1984

Nations, cultures and populations are best controlled through the use of false paradigms. This is a historically proven tactic exploited for centuries by oligarchs around the world. Under the Hegelian dialectic (the very foundation of the Marxist and collectivist ideology), one could summarize the trap of false paradigms as follows:

If (A) my idea of freedom conflicts with (B) your idea of freedom, then (C) neither of us can be free until everyone agrees to be a slave.

In other words: problem, reaction, solution. Two sides are pitted against each other in an engineered contest. Each side is led to believe that its position is the good and right position. Neither side questions the legitimacy of the conflict, because each side fears this will lead to ideological weakness and disunity.

The two sides go to war, sometimes economically, sometimes militarily. Both governments demand that individuals relinquish freedom, independence and self-reliance, a sacrifice that “must be made” so that victory can be achieved. In the end, neither nation nor society has truly won. The only winners are the oligarchs, who sing words of loyalty to their respective camps, while acting in league from the very beginning. The oligarchs, who never intended to target each other in the first place. Their target, their ONLY target, was the citizenry itself — the dumbfounded masses now mesmerized with shock, awe and terror.

The false paradigm method and the Hegelian dialectic are in full force today. Only a few years ago, Russia, China and the United States were considered close economic and political allies. Today, those alliances are being quickly scrapped in order to make room for conflict, a conflict useful only to a select international elite. As I have outlined in numerous articles, including Russia Is Dominated By Global Banks, Too and False East/West Paradigm Hides The Rise Of Global Currency, when one looks beyond all the theatrical rhetoric being thrown around between Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin, the ultimate reality is that the relationship of both governments to the global banking elite is the same.

During both of Obama’s Presidential terms, he has flooded his cabinet with current and former employees of Goldman Sachs, a longtime proving ground for elitist financiers with globalist aspirations.

And who is the primary economic adviser to Vladimir Putin and the Russian state? Why Goldman Sachs, of course!

U.S. and European elites have been calling for a centralization of economic power under the control of the International Monetary Fund, as a well as a new global currency.

Not surprisingly, Putin also wants a new global currency under the control of the IMF.

Obama is closely advised by globalists like Zbigniew Brzezinski, a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and cofounder of the Trilateral Commission, who in his book Between Two Ages: America’s Role In The Technetronic Era states:

"The nation-state is gradually yielding its sovereignty …[F]urther progress will require greater American sacrifices. More intensive efforts to shape a new world monetary structure will have to be undertaken, with some consequent risk to the present relatively favorable American position…"

As long as he has been in power, Putin has been closely advised by Henry Kissinger, yet another member of the CFR and proponent of the Trilateral Commission, who has said:

"In the end, the political and economic systems can be harmonized in only one of two ways: by creating an international political regulatory system with the same reach as that of the economic world; or by shrinking the economic units to a size manageable by existing political structures, which is likely to lead to a new mercantilism, perhaps of regional units. A new Bretton Woods kind of global agreement is by far the preferable outcome…"

Both Kissinger and Brzezinski refer to this harmonized global economic and political structure as the “New World Order.” The fact that the political leaders of Russia and the United States are clearly being directed by such men should not be taken lightly.

China, too, has made demands for a restructuring of the global monetary system into a centralized currency basket under the dominance of the IMF.

China’s ties to the banking elite of London are well documented.

The call on both sides for a new monetary system and the end of the dollar as world reserve seems to greatly contradict the fantasy that the East and West are fundamentally at odds.  The progression towards a world currency and/or economic governance also appears to be growing along with the consolidation of economic and military ties between Eastern nations. This would suggest that the rise of the East and the crippling of Western elements is actually advantageous to global bankers in the long term.

While disinformation agents and media shills have attempted to downplay any danger to the strength of America and the dollar, Eastern governments have been swiftly establishing alliances and decoupling from U.S. influence.

The historic 30-year Russia/China gas deal has, of course, been finalized. This deal is already eating up market space and influencing the way in which the energy trade traditionally behaves.

China and Russia have also expanded on their bilateral agreements made in 2010, which remove the dollar as the reserve currency in transactions between the two nations.

China’s thirst for gold continues, while the country is now building its own gold exchange to rival the U.S. Comex.

Russia has recently established what Putin calls the “Eurasian Economic Union,” a deal which includes Kazakhstan and Belarus, two countries that hold large, freshly discovered oil fields.

In response to the engineered conflict over Ukraine, as well as the “Asian-Pacific Pivot” by the U.S., China has openly called for a new security pact with Russia and Iran.

Let’s also not forget that China is set to surpass the U.S. as the world’s largest economy by 2016, according to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

While the rise of the East is being painted in Western circles as a threat to U.S. and NATO dominance, the bigger picture is being hidden from view. Yes, indeed, the consolidation of the East is a considerable threat to the dollar and the U.S. economy — most importantly in the event that China refuses to accept dollars as payment on exports and debts. With the world’s largest exporter/importer refusing to take dollars as a reserve, most nations will inevitably follow their lead.  The argument against this development is, of course, that there is no rational trigger for such a violent fiscal attack. I would remind skeptics that there was no rational trigger for the current strengthened relations between Russia and China until the Ukraine crisis. Is anyone really foolish enough to bet against another direct or indirect conflict between NATO and the East? And is anyone really ignorant enough to assume that said event would not be used as an excuse to cut the legs out from under the dollar completely?

The New World Order players have positioned the East and West for just such a scenario. Why? In my article Who Is The New Secret Buyer Of U.S. Debt?, I give evidence indicating that the Bank of International Settlements and the IMF are preparing the financial world for a new global monetary system, brought into existence by a second Bretton Woods conference. The debasement of the dollar and the rise of the East are NOT obstacles to this plan.  Rather, they are required factors. There can be no truly global economic system without “harmonization”, the demise of the dollar's world reserve status, and the end of sovereign economic governance.

For those who doubt this scenario, read Paul Volcker’s latest statement, as reported by Zero Hedge.

Volcker, the same man who was directly involved in the destruction of the first Bretton Woods agreement and the final death rattle of the gold standard, is now promoting a NEW Bretton Woods-style agreement in which currencies are pegged to a controlled market system — in essence, a centralized international monetary system. Volcker also suggests that a single nation-based reserve currency like the dollar may be a danger to overall fiscal health.

Volcker is right. The dollar-dominated forex casino and fiat fraud is a danger to the world. Volcker helped make it that way! And what a surprise, the former Federal Reserve chairman has a solution on a silver platter for the American people — all we need is GLOBAL centralization and bureaucratic oversight.

The propaganda is being carefully planted within the mainstream. Christine Lagarde of the IMF now spends the whole of her media interviews inserting the phrase “global economic reset” without explaining exactly what that would entail, while central banking elites like Volcker suggest a Bretton Woods II conference leading to a global monetary authority. In the meantime, Russian government-funded media outlets like RT produce pieces accusing the U.S. of being a nuclear menace while we Americans get to watch manipulative Hollywood films like “Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit,” which depicts a Russian plot to collapse the U.S. economy.  China and U.S. representatives squabble with each other at geopolitical meetings fueling fears of diplomatic breakdown, while the Pentagon "suggests" they may have to revamp their military strategies in consideration of yet another World War.  Just as in Orwell's book, 1984, old enemies become allies and then enemies once again, and at the top of the pyramid, it's all a farce.

The best lies contain elements of truth. The truth here is that the East is forming alliances in opposition to the West, the West is involved in underhanded covert operations all over the planet, and both “sides” are in fact on the verge of a catastrophic battle for supremacy. The great lie is that important details have been left out of our little story. Both sides are merely puppet pieces in a grand game of global chess, and any conflict will ultimately benefit the small group of men standing over the board. They include the international financiers who have influenced the very policy fabric of each government toward a climactic crisis which they hope will finally give them the “New World Order” they have always dreamed of.


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Wed, 06/04/2014 - 19:11 | 4824981 Flakmeister
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Because they can't print cheap oil???

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 19:22 | 4825010 doctor10
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Expecting the same minds that created the problem to provide a viable solution is insanity.


Wed, 06/04/2014 - 19:41 | 4825054 El Oregonian
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People want to be lied to. Don't believe me? Then why do we keep electing these same politians???

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 19:56 | 4825098 economics9698
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“Any conflict will ultimately benefit the small group of men standing over the board. They include the international financiers who have influenced the very policy fabric of each government toward a climactic crisis which they hope will finally give them the “New World Order” they have always dreamed of.

Not if a bunch of red necks in Texas join up with likeminded people, break away from the USA when the fiat dies, and charge gold for their oil from the tribe.

The only thing holding this back is the east and west coast still have the manufacturing capability to quash a Texas exit.  That is changing, when the fiat dies so do those east and west coast ports of entry.  The longer the silence the better chance for independence.

Timing is everything.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 19:58 | 4825105 johngaltfla
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An the reason the shift in the world is happening is quite simple:

The Shattered Trust is the End of the USA
Wed, 06/04/2014 - 20:48 | 4825253 old naughty
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" ...influenced the very policy fabric of each government toward a climactic crisis which they hope will finally give them the “New World Order” they have always dreamed of."

All these are geared to control human behavior...but there is hope,

coming from the other side of the wall of this prison...

that they have and will continue to under-estimate.

And then there is the solid state / core of the planet...changes coming,

a crisis they have no control or dominion over.



All that is to say, we're funcked for the time it fate, karma, or whatnot (you'd like the latter, no).

This grand lie has been at play for longer than recorded history.

No country for any man, coming.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 20:55 | 4825269 ZerOhead
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" ... which they hope will finally give them the “New World Order” they have always dreamed of."


Would they like some fries with that New World Order?

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 21:20 | 4825331 max2205
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Whatever happened to the good old days when there was no indoor plumbing. ....

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 22:11 | 4825495 TorchFire
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The 48 Laws of Power

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 00:44 | 4825792 MontgomeryScott
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Shit, you sound like a Ferengi Shill!

The '48 Laws Of Power'? Say, are you a fucking Federal Reserve LAWYER or something? You DID glance at the currency being used, didn't you?

Rommel, you MAGNIFICENT BASTARD! I read your BOOK!!

The Correct Book is 'The Ferengi Rules Of Aquisition', you silly boy.

AK. and HI. don't count, I suppose, in your 'controlled opposition' post (just the CONUS, in general; or 'the Lower 48', as you wish to think of).



A day late, and a dollar short, the expresion goes.

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 00:47 | 4825795 AldousHuxley
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It is NOT  New + World Order


It is "NEW WORLD" Order where USA is on top over "old world" european colonial powers.


 USA have been fighting for colonies to become independent from European powers in order to colonize themselves.

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 03:03 | 4825912 Pinto Currency
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If you want to merge East with West then you must first bring the West (esp. America) low.

They're working on it and will succeed unless some clear thinking occurs amongst the populace - and soon.

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 09:23 | 4826439 svayambhu108
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Oil is still cheap, related to inflation, and the economy is sumbling like that, imagine $147/barrel adjutsted for inflation.

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 00:48 | 4825796 MontgomeryScott
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" ... which they hope will finally give them the “New World Order” they have always dreamed of."

Would they like some fries with that New World Order?

No thanks, ZerO.

I want an order of FUNion-rings. And, a large Chocolate McShake. I guess i should have ordered a Humble Pie, but there's always next time in the drive-through...

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 20:23 | 4825197 Ima anal sphincter
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Rethink the words "we" and "electing". Neither fits in the New America.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 20:57 | 4825275 yellowsub
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I'm reminded of this quote whether it is accurate or not...

"A democracy cannot exist as a permanent form of government. It can only exist until the majority discovers it can vote itself largess out of the public treasury. After that, the majority always votes for the candidate promising the most benefits with the result the democracy collapses because of the loose fiscal policy ensuing, always to be followed by a dictatorship, then a monarchy."

The sheeple believe in the system and this is the only way to they can get a piece albiet little from it.  

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 01:10 | 4825816 Hook Line and S...
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Hey El Orgonian, Deserved of lies? Can you lie to a horse? Can you fib to a hog? Should you feel bad if you deceive a machine? That's what those in 'power' are thinking. If the conditions set forth includes total truth not be said, is it really unwise choice that your tongue becomes forked? If under the threat of having your life turned off, they require you to lie so they can keep their belief system intact, is it your obligation to provide the deception they demand? And what if this deception happens to benefit yourself? Is it true that the people are the ones responsible? Is it they who demanded their own subjection? Are you hesitant to answer? I know you're not. Is it ok to violate their ‘freewill’? Or do you assume ‘they’ have no freewill? Do you think many here can avoid coming to a conclusion? You came to the correct one.

Hook Line and Sphincter

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 19:26 | 4825019 El Vaquero
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Isn't the ink used for printing FRNs petrolium based?

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 20:01 | 4825120 Carpenter1
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I put myself in the oligarchs shoes. First and foremost, I want to keep waking up in one of my castles with dozens of young girls(boys)at my disposal, 9 digits in my slush fund account, and the power to say who lives or dies.
Beyond that, I couldn't care less which country has the reserve currency, what the unemployment rate is, or which political party has lied its way into office.

These guys will stop at nothing to keep the status quo in tact. That is their #1 priority, period.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 23:25 | 4825165 Flakmeister
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It is well known that a good source of oil is a license to print money....

Can't print fresh water either....


To all you idiots gratiutiously junking this, you do realize that oil has the real value, don't you. How many gallons of gas do you think an oz will buy after the shit hits the fan?

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 05:09 | 4825966 NidStyles
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Will not need gas, any moron driving a car is an obvious target. 

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 09:02 | 4826368 Flakmeister
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Maybe the ones driving are the ones looking for targets...

Did you consider the use of small engines, e.g. chain saws, tillers etc.. Or did you think that human slavery would replace those?

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 06:01 | 4825983 jeff montanye
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three hundred give or take.

for silver five or ten.


what you got?


Thu, 06/05/2014 - 09:00 | 4826360 Flakmeister
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In other words not much different from the current rate....

Depending on availibility, it could be much less...

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 19:32 | 4825030 nmewn
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You gotta admit, they are pretty good at printing prosperity though, for themselves.

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 01:30 | 4825846 r0mulus
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the game will likely get a lot tighter as environmental collapse ensues. debt and paper can be issued forever, but the earths resources cannot.

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 03:16 | 4825918 inky
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One world government that is able to dictate the value of everything to everyone at their own discretion.

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 05:12 | 4825967 NidStyles
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I think some people need to cut back on the drug use. None of these fuckers are that competent. I would know, I used to work for them. Most of them are complete morons.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 19:36 | 4825040 Silver Bug
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The money printing around the World has been orchestrated by the NWO. This is the biggest transfer of wealth in history. Those on the side of gold and silver will be the ones to gain when it all comes crashing down.

Keep Stacking.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 20:16 | 4825172 Flakmeister
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I seriously doubt it...

When it all comes crashing down you will surprised at how little your Au and Ag gets you... 

But you are entitled to your opinion...

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 20:46 | 4825223 Haole
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Contrarian indicator if I ever saw one.

"It" will not come "crashing down" and PMs will be worth more than you give them credit for when the transitionary dust settles.  Book it.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 23:23 | 4825656 Flakmeister
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Gold has been almost completely demonetized, just like silver...

Yeah, there is a trade in their somewhere, but not today....

And it is an insurance policy of sorts....

In the words of the Old Testament, do not worship false idols, if you catch my drift...

BTW, I probabaly own more physical than most of the clowns posting here...

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 21:03 | 4825289 Raging Debate
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Flakmeaster - Yeah thats why China as the new reserve currency is stacking gold, because it is irrelevent. The world is returning to the gold standard. 80 year model of reserve currency. 40 asset based, 40 liquidity driven. If you don't know who the sucker is it is YOU. No worries, 99% of investors don't get it either. They have been misled to believe America fucked up and whooops we lost the reserve currency!!!

This article is 100% on. What happens though is one nation will betray another. It is unwise to speak who even if I have a good educated theory. There is very little preventing the world burning and 1/3 dying now including some of the worlds rules. However, how it gets rebuilt is better to remain a bit of silence on. I am just a peon that was forced to learn how the world works. I didnt win the vagina lottery in connections but I was fortunate I was built with a brain. People like me are not welcome in American any longer. My kind problem solves and innovates. The global bankers will force your investment east. That is why our politicians also act retarded. It is Kubaki theatre. They are not stupid. They just want to continue enjoying themselves at your expense. Even if you DIE. Most people on earth are decent people so they have a hard time believing that evil runs in cycles and that at times the best you can do is get out of the way.

Don't pick sides. I have said this most often of any commentary over the last couple years. If you live by the sword in this cycle be prepared to die by it and I am not just referring to the military. That is awful and cryptic to say. On the other hand, I invest as if the world has only minor hiccups. Focusing on fear alone makes life not worth living even if any one of us comes to a grisly end. We all die in the end that is just how it goes. Its like aroman times again and they had a good slogan about the best and worst of empire "eat, drink and be merry for tomorrow we die."

I love you all of you even the spooks. I would have made a good intelligence officer. I know my shit stinks too but I am man enough to admit it.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 21:38 | 4825381 Maestro Maestro
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I love you, too, buddy.  I wish you the best.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 21:52 | 4825421 Zest
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Bravo. Your comment should not go unread.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 23:19 | 4825649 Flakmeister
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Save your bullshit commentary and sloganeering for the newbies here...

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 19:18 | 4824995 Rakshas
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7 Billion......... is it me or is that a lot of Flocking Sheep??


but as Virgil observed - it never troubles the wolf how many the sheep may be.......

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 19:19 | 4825002 Yen Cross
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 Great post Tyler.

  How do we differentiate between global wants and needs?

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 19:38 | 4825049 knukles
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Gracie Slick

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 19:49 | 4825082 Ignatius
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If Brandon will float an arcane concept like the New World Order, why not come right out and say that 9/11 was a false flag (2,198 - designed to allow these unseen powers to achieve their bold geopolitical agenda and tighten down the screws on the domestic populace?

If he really wants to halt this insanity then exposing 9/11 in the American Mind is the shortest road.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 20:57 | 4825274 Bro of the Sorr...
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have you ever showed any sheeple a video of tower 7 collapsing into itself at free fall? kind of fun to watch the cognitive dissonance at work. by the way, ive done that to many people and it's only worked on 1 or 2, both of whom were under 25, and that video was the first piece in a bombardment of information that i sent their way. it really takes a lot to undo the brainwashing.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 21:05 | 4825292 Bro of the Sorr...
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We'd like to believe that most of what we know is accurate and that if presented with facts to prove we're wrong, we would sheepishly accept the truth and change our views accordingly.

A new body of research out of the University of Michigan suggests that's not what happens, that we base our opinions on beliefs and when presented with contradictory facts, we adhere to our original belief even more strongly.

The phenomenon is called backfire, and it plays an especially important role in how we shape and solidify our beliefs on immigration, the president's place of birth, welfare and other highly partisan issues.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 23:44 | 4825690 BringOnTheAsteroid
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Look, just come out and say it: christian, jew, muslim.

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 01:33 | 4825849 r0mulus
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what you said is so dumb you must be a troll.

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 11:48 | 4826961 goneYonder
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Exactly. Count how many times you hear, "Sorry, I was wrong." in your life. After that, look deep within and honestly assess your own "beginner's mind".

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 21:36 | 4825375 runningman18
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The system will collapse long before a majority of Americans recognize that 9/11 was an inside job.  Exposing it is useful, but it won't halt the coming disaster and/or conflict in the slightest...

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 19:49 | 4825085 jimmytorpedo
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----> I want hookers and blow

----> I need food and water

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 19:26 | 4825017 Notsobadwlad
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I am thinking that the best plan for humanity is to jointly bomb Basel and its satellite operations.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 20:19 | 4825183 Cacete de Ouro
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BIS, CH 4002, reinforced concrete. Nothing a little thermite can't handle...

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 20:55 | 4825271 ljag
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That's mate, mate.

Thermate, I believe, is what brought down TT

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 12:14 | 4827071 Cacete de Ouro
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Fair cop mate...

Thermate is a variation of thermite and is an incendiary pyrotechnic composition that can generate short bursts of very high temperatures focused on a small area for a short period of time.

In addition to thermite, thermate also contains sulfur and sometimes barium nitrate, both of which increase its thermal effect, create flame in burning, and significantly reduce the ignition temperature.

Not to be confused with thermite.

Thermite is a pyrotechnic composition of metal powder fuel and metal oxide. When ignited by heat, thermite undergoes an exothermic oxidation-reduction reaction. Most varieties are not explosive but can create brief bursts of high temperature in a small area.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 19:29 | 4825027 nmewn
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"U.S. and European elites have been calling for a centralization of economic power under the control of the International Monetary Fund, as a well as a new global currency.

Not surprisingly, Putin also wants a new global currency under the control of the IMF."

Ahem, as I was saying boppers, birds of a feather, don't get distracted by the shiny objects they throw in the air ;-)

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 19:40 | 4825057 knukles
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Hegelian Dialectic writ large

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 19:49 | 4825087 nmewn
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We have some of the smartest, independent thinking, liberty loving people on the planet commenting around here, I'm always surprised they don't see it.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 19:59 | 4825114 Yen Cross
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 Silent and violent nmewn.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 20:16 | 4825173 chunga
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And to think it all started with Tyler's very first ZH blogspot article on January 9, 2009.

Crazy ain't it? Where's Marla these days?

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 23:26 | 4825661 knukles
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Testicular Cancer Support Group

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 02:10 | 4825880 mc225
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upon discovering this site, it looked to me like zerohedge was a continuation of the 'no clowns allowed' thread from the old site.


Wed, 06/04/2014 - 21:56 | 4825434 klockwerks
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Right on both accounts in my home country of Texas

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 23:00 | 4825609 Vincent.Eugene....
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Precisely YenC, precisely.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 21:18 | 4825322 Raging Debate
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Nmew - I agree. I can say here over and over since 2011 that achina becoming the reserve currency is a feature, not a bug. Then I point out the IMF article two months ago saying China is the defacto reserve currency. Still, all kinds of theories here. ZH told you. Thanks friends, you saveificed much in the beginning. Ya you realize comrpomise with capital is inevitable but your doing good with the boundries to still emulate and broadcast truth.

I try to educate because I want my countrymen to prosper; not vanity not to be a fund manager or sell a newsletter. But I realized the info is for a tiny minority. Those with an ear. No matter how bad it gets, this cycle will end and the next looks amazing with medical tech and quantum physics. I wish to see that cycle. Maybe I will maybe I won't but I had an adventurous life. I am living proof a sociopath can reform (damn it still isnt easy).

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 19:49 | 4825084 Winston Churchill
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There is no honor amongst thieves.

The only question is who doublecrosses who, first ?

All this without disbanding the various MIC's.

Not without a war to end all wars.

The best laid plans of mice and men ....


Wed, 06/04/2014 - 19:33 | 4825031 El Vaquero
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The NWO is a short term worry, i.e. they might do something that causes the US and Russia to have a not so friendly exchange of Topol-Ms and Minute Men.  Aside from that, 7 billion people are a bit too much for a small group of bankers to control, and when oil gets even more scarce, they're going to have a helluva time sending an aircraft my way with a bomb because I won't comply with their wishes.  Control takes energy, and the bigger the territory, the more energy it takes.  It is clear that international bankers are not physicists and petrolium engineers. 

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 19:43 | 4825051 knukles
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Hunger is an amazing motivator



my putins bigger than your putin
is not
nuh uh
uh huh
vald can beat obie bloody with one hand behind his back
nuh hu
vald is meaner than chuck norris
nuh uh
uh huh
etc,ad hoc, vootie!

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 20:02 | 4825123 Yen Cross
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 Where's my spectacles?  Oh, Knuckles is bloviating again honey<>

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 20:37 | 4825233 El Vaquero
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But the hunger is baked into the cake, with or without an NWO.  You cannot control food that you are unable to ship.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 19:35 | 4825033 kurt
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I hereby formally request a special drawing right to be deposited into my credit union in the amount $1,900,857.00. I expect prompt action and will entertain no excuses or delay. Pronto.

Oh yeah, I want it in MY account with no expectation of reimbursal, nor any conditions thereon. Full title and all rights are to be granted in perpetuity, ad infinitum.

Shim Shala Bim!

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 19:37 | 4825045 explosivo
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Damn, I thought I was a crazy conspiracy theorist. The idea that Putin is in league with the western bankers is truly frightening. My first question is: Why did he imprison Khodorovsky?

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 20:13 | 4825163 Peter Pan
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As I said below, jockeying for position.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 19:40 | 4825055 dsty
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great article, thanks

I wonder if this new currency will be initiated after a planned crash

and could Ukraine be the place where these things will spin out of control

or seem to be out of contol, untill superman shows up

better be prepared before winter

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 20:09 | 4825143 Peter Pan
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The new currency has already arrived and it's called debt. It is now the common denominator amongst all individuals whether it be by way of home loan, student loan or credit card.

Currency in the form of money is already sidelined and limited to the size of one's paypacket simply to enable the functioning of the system. Few have cash in real form and even fewer have any real holdings of silver and gold.

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 00:07 | 4825738 Seek_Truth
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"All individuals?"

You do not know me.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 19:49 | 4825086 Mesquite
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Appreciate the post...

Thanks ZH...

Be safe...

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 19:51 | 4825092 JuliaS
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The next time some asshole says to you, "I have a right to my opinion," you say, "Oh yeah? Well, I have a right to my opinion, and my opinion is that you have no right to your opinion." Then shoot the fuck and walk away!

- George Carlin

Sun, 06/08/2014 - 05:41 | 4833886 Kobe Beef
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This is why Civil War II is inevitable.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 19:54 | 4825097 g'kar
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"The false paradigm method and the Hegelian dialectic are in full force today."


My preference is to always see things in cycles. The details are irrelevant to history, shit goes up and shit goes down. Same as it ever was.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 20:01 | 4825112 Peter Pan
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I do not believe the people at the top of the pyramid are as united in purpose as we suspect. The elite are jockeying for position among themselves.

I believe there are both good and bad "rogue" elements at all levels which will complicate the process as we move to the next phase.

Above all, I suspect that nature, either through a catastrophic event or a pandemic will throw a huge spanner into the works at some point.

The one thing I am sure of at the moment is that evil is ahead of good. The reason I say this is because all change seems to be effected through and arising from confrontation whether it be war, surveillance, the economic crushing of nations and people etc.

For those of us who carry memories of happy childhoods in better days, it will be both a blessing and a curse as we move forward.

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 05:20 | 4825969 NidStyles
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This is why I can't buy this this NWO garbage. These people would suck a dick, or kill a child to gain power, there's no way they can get along long enough to mount any real opposition to 7 billion peasants.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 20:05 | 4825132 Dr. Venkman
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Kissinger and Brzezinski will be toasting one another in Hell when their lives' ultimate goal is acheived. They can then spend their eternal damnation watching their dream tear itself apart while what is left of "civilization" raises monuments to their stupidity above the rubble.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 20:20 | 4825186 RiverRoad
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This is the same breed of bankers who bank-rolled Nixon, who took us off the gold standard and "opened" China....  Quite a plan.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 20:23 | 4825196 kchrisc
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Seems to be more of a "New Israeli Order" in the West and two "chums" in the East.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 20:25 | 4825203 luckylogger
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Good luck guys... As long as we control the seas, we control the currency. No matter how bad obummer fuks up, as long as we control the seas and the air, the USSA has them beat. The day will come when we loose the reserve currency, but I doubt it in our life times.

You Putin luvers can down arrow me but the guy is a weasel and will be gone someday and then Russia will fall into disarray and the kleptomaniacs will take more of it and feed the serfs more crocodiles and vodka.....

For those of you that don't get it- Putin is a thief, and liars steal, The guy stoled Crimea out of the blue because they discovered oil and gas offshore. The slick weasle figured out how to take it without firing a shot and ended up with several hundreds of billions of dollars worth of oil and gas......

One slick son of a bitch if you ask me.............

But still a thief............ He just better at it than obummer.

obummer is just a bummer and just cannot get anything right....... 

It is totally amazing that this country keeps on going inspite of this guys fuku[ps. 

We totally got to have the best country in the world if we can survive this guys rein............

If russia got a dude like that .... they would collapse into nothing but stone age tribes.... with nukes...

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 00:00 | 4825719 BringOnTheAsteroid
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Mate, if it's possible for the US to go down hill after Georg Bush Jnr you guys have no fucking hope. The "United" part of tly the the USA is headed to the same destination as the "Union" part of the USSR.

The US is in its death throes and will start feeding on its own citizens sonner than later. 

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 01:24 | 4825834 El Vaquero
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Will start feeding on its own citizens sooner than later?  My friend, I think you have not been keeping up on current events in the US.  Private prisons where the state guarantees a minimum number beds will be filled.  TARP.  EBT is the equivalent of keeping the patient alive so that you can harvest blood.  NOTHING is properly run, and the people on the bottom catch all the flack, regardless of whether they are at fault or not.  The feeding frenzy has already begun.  There is a lot of anger here, but it is bubbling under the surface.  It won't be fun or pretty when it finally comes out.


It's getting so obvious that shit's going to come apart that, when I started talking about gardening with the receptionist at my dentist, and she started talking about her garden and how much more expensive it has become for her and her husband to purchase a steer to raise and slaughter.  Next time I go in, I am supposed to bring her some Navajo Blue Corn seed.  We've had a grasshopper infestation - they literally show up on the weather radar when they all take flight - and we were both commiserating about our chile plants getting eaten.  (Cocksucking grasshoppers fucking with the chile, and if you're from NM, you know that's a bad thing to do.)  And this is far from the first conversation I've had like that with random people.

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 02:14 | 4825881 mc225
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sorry to hear about your chiles. luv luv luv the chiles.

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 05:24 | 4825973 NidStyles
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When the youth of the nation start going on continuous killing sprees weekly, it's obvious that something in the economy is doing some depressing things to people. How many killings have been major news so far this year?

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 00:49 | 4825797 luckylogger
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Why the down arrows........... are you guys all suking Putins dick?

What a bunch of loosers....................

Enjoy your belly full of cum.................

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 20:38 | 4825234 blindman
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fucking wet dreams are, in the final analysis,
funny and forgotten.
but there are always more of them for
someone, somewhere ....
Tom Waits - Somewhere

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 21:26 | 4825284 earleflorida
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I'd like to quote pages 254-5 from "The Dispensable Nation"  c.2013 by Vali Nasr

"Zbigniew Brzezinski writes that America has palyed a critical balancing role in East Asia, fostering peace and prosperity by maintaining a delicate balance between China and its neighbors. But it is not just in Asia that America has kept the balance. In the Middle (ME) East, too, America has played a balancing role, between Iran and its neighbors on one side of the region, and Israel and its neighbors on the other. Without American engagement the region would have to arrive at its own balance, and that will be a violent and destabilizing process. Without American leadership in the ME, the regions future, left to China and Russia to figure out, or to Turkey, Iran, and Saudi Arabia to fight over, will not be hopeful.

The political scientist John Ikenberry lauds the liberal international order America has built. The global order is today durable and stable thanks to many multinational mechanisims America helped build and continues to support: institutions such as the UN, the World Bank, and NATO that have fostered security and development, or the EU and NAFTA, which have promoted prosperity and lured the likes of Mexico and Turkey to embrace capitalism and democracy.

America has lost some of its own authority to international (Int'l.)  institutions it created and sustained. But that is a good thing. It means that the liberal int'l order has legs; it will last longer and continue to define the world order around values and practices that will foster peace, freedom, and prosperity. As Ikenberry notes; '" The underlying foundation of the liberal int'l order will survive and thrive"' without America's guiding hand. In the ME, though, where simmering instability threatens global security and prosperity. America has done very little institution building of the kind Ikenberry writes about. There is no equivalent to ASEAN or APEC, or rival to the SCO, which is backed by China, Russia, and Iran. Perhaps America should help create those kinds of institutions, which could foster order but also make the region's security and properity less dependent on the exercise of American authority. Only then should America think about pivoting somewhere else."       End Quote

This book by Nasr is an excellent read. jmo            ?!?    

Ps.       Brezezinski/ Kissinger are so fucking old ... they're beyond the cold-war with cadres of neo-cons working hand-in-hand with a Rothschild/Rockefeller agenda.

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 01:27 | 4825841 r0mulus
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"America has done very little institution building of the kind Ikenberry writes about. There is no equivalent to ASEAN or APEC, or rival to the SCO, which is backed by China, Russia, and Iran. Perhaps America should help create those kinds of institutions, which could foster order but also make the region's security and properity less dependent on the exercise of American authority."

Of course! The system is designed to DESTABILIZE satellite nations in order to make them easier to exploit in a capitalist system.
Smedley Butler and the partitioning of the British Empire have showed us this quite clearly.

Anyways, to this last point, it seems this quoted author is at least a bit naive.

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 16:33 | 4827891 earleflorida
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Vali Nasr writes basically for, and about the Middle East. The reason for the quote was to show how  anachronistic and compartmentalized these guys are regarding geopolitical/ historiographic analysis when pigeonholed at foggy-bottom!?!

His 'POV's' are credible and noteworthy regarding the best of contemporary writers... being unbiased with many pragmatic, and viable solutions in today's volatile ME.  again jmo  

Ps. I myself enjoy reading both sides of the 'Editorial Pages', rounding out my own prejudiced subjective thoughts. Yes, 'Prejudiced'? 

Note: If Hillary Clinton wins the WH, this guy will be in her cabinet.  *again jmo   

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 05:27 | 4825974 NidStyles
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Narcissism is horrible trait, even for self-diluted morons that think they have influence.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 21:21 | 4825334 blindman
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today, they are all about
forgive yourself, everyday.
as we have all heard "forgive and forget"
stated as a sort of parochial wisdom to
establish and embrace community, family
and fidelity.
soon the option of forget becomes
congenital, medicated and or irresistibly
ubiquitous and conceptually essential.
one forgives one self and then
forgets what for or why, physical memory
one brilliant control mechanism if
one knows what for and the workings
of the leverage levers. otherwise,
prepare for doom as if it were to be
or in playdoubt.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 21:23 | 4825338 Overdrawn
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The Power Elite, recent power structure research suggests an ideal-type model of four concentric circles: In the inner circle, we find the global money trust, the richest individuals, families or clans, all with fortunes well above one billion Euros. The CEOs of big transnational corporations and biggest international financial players make up the second circle. They are mostly concerned with increasing the wealth of the inner circle, and with it their own. Top international politicians, some active in governments and international institutions, some more in the background as advisers, plus the top military, compose the third circle. This political class has assignments: organize the distribution of the social product in such a way as to transfer as much as the actual power balance allows into the pockets of the inner and second circles, and secure the legitimacy of government by organizing the political circus of an allegedly pluralistic structure. The fourth ring will be composed of top academics, media moguls, lawyers, and may sometimes include prominent authors, film and music stars, artists, NGO representatives, few religious leaders, few top criminals and others useful for decorating the inner circles. They enjoy the privilege of close access to those in power, they are well paid and will make sure not to lose such benefits

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 21:43 | 4825394 Zest
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Well this is indeed very clear to see IF you understand that countries like the US, Russia, and China (among many others) all have Central Banks that report only to the BIS.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 21:47 | 4825406 Herdee
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So,exactly how do we as human beings proceed to have one world with no more countries and no more money?How do you do it peacefully for the ordinary working man and woman?We know that at the current pace of development that the earths resources are limited and the environmental destruction can't continue much longer.Does the purpose of the present world economic system only serve the almighty dollar at any cost?What about Mother Earth (listen to the voice of nature).Everybody knows deep down inside that the whole world as it's being run right now can't keep going down the stupid path it is on.Solutions besides military options?

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 01:40 | 4825855 Ocean22
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We won't be her for long. The depopulation plan is well advanced.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 21:48 | 4825409 Dublinmick
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So why did Putin not stand aside and allow the vodka head Yeltsin to continue giving away Russia?

Why did he jail Khordakovsky?

Why did Berezovsky have to flee to Britain?

Why was Putin snuggling up to them and then jailing them after coming to power?

Why have there been at least 6 attempts on his life that we know of?

Why did he revamp the Russian military?

Why does the pyramid now say he betrayed the NWO?

When he says they need a new world currency is he talking about the ruble? That will work for Russia

Why did he not just let Georgia shoot up anybody they wanted?

He came up through the FSB and fooled the oligarchs, is he trying to fool the IMF now?

It seems stories such as the above are meant as a message, just give up, the IMF has triumphed. Move on nothing to see. No doubt the United States is to be rewilded under agenda 21. It takes too much oil to feed so many people who are considered useless eaters and no longer necessary. Many of the energy, gas and oil lines cross the Mississippi River (New Madrid Fault zone) if it goes as it does every 200 years, they say the explosion could be seen from space. It went in 1817 and is overdue. There wll be no energy to transport radioactive food.

There are other wild cards also. The phelgian fields of Italy, Yellowstone, Rainier, Germany's Laacher See: Same index as Pinitubo.

Japan with over 50 nuke plants sits on top of 3 tectonic plates which are very unpredictable. In fact parts of Japan used to be Lemuria and pyramids exist in the coastal waters of Japan.

There is Cumbre Vieho, the granite mountain of the Canary islands. The granite wall could produce tidal waves of over 300 feet from Canada to the Carribbean.

A new volcanic island has just arisen in the red sea, the area is full of volcanos, in fact the Golan Heights is a volcano. A volcanic geyser has just formed and is producing steam right by the Rome airport.

The best laid plans of mice and bankers can sometimes go awrey!




Wed, 06/04/2014 - 22:02 | 4825461 Zest
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I just want you to know - I read your entire post in a Dr. Evil accent. It got REALLY good when you started talking about Volcanoes.


But in all seriousness, too much worry hasn't solved too many issues. Live and be happy and deal with shit as it comes up, and prepare as best as you can. We weren't meant to be "safe" and "secure." It's not life's nature.

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 02:27 | 4825896 mc225
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actually, if new madrid went in 1817 and goes off every 200 years, then we're not yet due for 3 more years.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 21:58 | 4825441 blindman
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east of where?
Big in Japan

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 22:11 | 4825496 SilvertonguedAngel
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Kissinger's role as advisor to Putin seems to be overstated.

Far from having suffered the major loss of prestige that Kissinger said he would, Putin basks in the glow of global admiration.


Mr. Brandon Smith is also wrong about the cohesive collusion amoung the global filthy rich toward the US financial hegemon as demonstrated by the giant gold drain from West to East, and the construction of the alternative BRICS international gold-backed trade platform rising up to challenge the NWO.



Wed, 06/04/2014 - 22:54 | 4825596 Colonel Klink
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Brzezinski and Kissinger, two of the biggest scumbags on the planet.  Good riddance once they're gone and burning in hell.

Wed, 06/04/2014 - 23:02 | 4825615 Bearish News
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Putin was kissing the ring, as required. Old dirtbags like Kissinger wield absurd amounts of power through their CFR comrades.

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 00:00 | 4825723 Arkadaba
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This was given as a bad option:

or by shrinking the economic units to a size manageable by existing political structures, which is likely to lead to a new mercantilism, perhaps of regional units

For me that's ok. 

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 00:06 | 4825735 BringOnTheAsteroid
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I'm continually perplexed at why the psycho's in the US who go postal with their automatic weapons always target inncocent, hard working and honest citizens. There's so many others in the US who are more deserving of their, cough, Fed, NSA, DHS, CIA, FBI, cough, attention.

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 00:13 | 4825745 messystateofaffairs
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Disturbing post. Centralized slavery versus decentralized freedom is as usual the core issue. Our hero Vlad might indeed be bad and a Hegelian player. Writers who warn of this on ZH are unpopular but its the little details that indicate the direction and Brandon brings up salient points. Evil is well ahead of good in this world and very well organized and it seems we are in for some very shitty times ahead. The end goal is a mercantilist, feudalist, fascist hybrid global economic system supported by fiat currencies with super Orwellian spying to tamp down any underground economic circumvention of the wealth harvest and possible rebellion. PM's and cryptocurrencies will be imprisonable offences and comments like this one will be deemed terrorist or some other buzzword. We will have to use barter currencies like they do in prisons, cigarettes and drugs, or handfuls of wheat maybe, to do a little independent business? "Private" property will be feudal style, it already practically is. Good will be bad and bad will be good. These fuckers are going to pull it off, free minded individuals are no match for them. It really looks to be shaping up like the The Protocols of the Elders of Zion says, even though that book is probably a forgery it really is a fascinating and chilling read in a similar vein to Machiavelli's "The Prince" and when compared to what is happening looks accurately predictive. Anyway I'll at least keep trying to find the truth and ZH helps with that. 

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 01:31 | 4825847 Ocean22
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The POZ are real. Their plan is well advanced. Hiding in plain sight.

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 02:30 | 4825899 The Wedge
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Basic objective research says otherwise.

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 00:19 | 4825746 cape_royds
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Well, everybody knows that there is a global capitalist bourgeoisie. As a class, they have many interests in common.

But that doesn't mean that there aren't real conflicts between groups within that class.

Look at Roman history. Boni and Populares would both gladly slaughter and enslave Gauls. Both Boni and Populares are groups of rich landholding Romans. Nevertheless the Boni and Populares rejoiced in murdering one another. Their shared class interests were real. But their factional rancours were no less real.

Today's globalist neoliberal bourgeoisie can all agree that the world and everything and everybody in it must be completely dominated by finance capital, forever and ever, amen, bwahaha, etc. Okay, so far it's all harmony and concord on Planet Capitalist.

But many of those global bourgeois nevertheless face a critical question. Who among them are the ones who are gonna be the real globalist capitalist overclass, and who are gonna end up as the second-rate compradore loser punks?

Global Capitalism is not yet sufficiently mature that the bourgeois class identity fully trumps all other self-identities among various parts of the bourgeoisie. In particular, residual nationalism still characterizes certain factions of the global bourgeoisie.

Ah, the joy and delight of contradictions! Which factions' offerings on the smoking altar will prove most pleasing to Mammon? Stay tuned, my dear proles.

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 03:58 | 4825940 Ghordius
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you put the finger in the gaping wound

from the perspective of "proles", all above is "them". as in your example, for enslaved Gauls it was the Romans, period

from the perspective of the bourgeois classes, there is a lot of fight among factions, and again "them" above, the oligarchs

among the oligarchs, it's dog eats dog, as always

and the bourgeois like their clubs, which are the only tested way in history to keep the oligarchy in check

which makes both oligarchs and "proles" the enemies of the bourgeois clubs

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 00:39 | 4825788 AdvancingTime
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Today a big topic is the huge growth in inequality. Those who look closely understand that it is not the 1% at the top stealing the icing off the cake, but the much smaller .1% or .01% that are skewing the numbers and overreaching.

I contend this goes hand in hand with the massive growth in crony capitalism and corruption. Much of this can be attributed to the ability of those in control "changing the rules" and positioning themselves to benefit at every corner. In our busy and complex world we have found it impossible to watch all the moving parts. More on this subject in the article below.



Thu, 06/05/2014 - 01:36 | 4825851 messymerry
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AWESOME ARTICEL!!!  Thank you Brandon,

Having read as many of the comments as I could before going blind, I would like to chime in.  Yes, this is an execllent description of the nefarious plans of the .0001% that consider themselves the puppetmasters, and no No NO, things will not turn out as planned by them... they never do.

There are a quarter of a billion people on this planet that will not bend to their will.  We are not alone, my dear friends.  There are people all over the world that are quietly making their plans to survive this coming conflagration.  The Hegemons think they can "engineer this collapse".  Nothing can be farther from the truth.  This coming event is much much bigger than their pathetic ambitions.  In order to understand this fully, you must examine the standard population curve and understand that it applies equally to the rise of technology.  Mankind stands on a razors edge.  On one side is the stars and on the other  is oblivion.  These vermin at the top that shit golden stools are inconsequential. 

The survivors of the coming conflagration will decide the future and we will be a lot less forgiving of these fearful and greedy people that have repeatedly insulted us throughtout history.

Me, I'm looking for a renaissance of epic proportions and then the Singularity,

You guys are all amazing,





Thu, 06/05/2014 - 01:56 | 4825868 Thomas the Crane
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The only point that I would add is that this is not the behavior of a New World Order, but and extension of the old world order. Still, it's cool, even the prospect or likelihood of a single world currency which also means One World Government.

Why? Because, toppling a one-legged table is far easier than toppling a table with multiple legs/governments/currencies; hence the misinformation and disinformation spreading fear of the term, New World Order.


The key to establishing a REAL NEW WORLD ORDER of Equality is to do so from the ground up, each one taking responsibility as he or she is able in relationships of equality to one another, thus uniting to bypass the current elite and enter into a real New World Order of Equality.

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 02:25 | 4825894 The Wedge
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New world order of equality?

Imagine about 30 or 40 haha's as I'm not going to type them out.

"....each one taking responsibility as he or she is able in relationships of equality to one another, thus uniting to bypass the current elite and enter into a real New World Order of Equality".

This word equality you keep using, I do not think it means what you think it means.

Some animals are more equal than others. Animal Farm

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 02:40 | 4825903 reTARD
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New rulers are coming to town, bitchez!

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 03:43 | 4825931 Ghordius
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amazing views, both in article and comments. re "The call on both sides for a new monetary system and the end of the dollar as world reserve seems to greatly contradict the fantasy that the East and West are fundamentally at odds."

eh? it's fundamentally not in the interest of the US to see an end to the dollar as global reserve currency. on the other side, a global reserve currency is... managed by others

crazy? think about that: Bretton Woods was a simple affair. Uncle Sam approached the europeans and proposed to use as currency reserve dollars instead of gold

why? well, the idea behind it was that dollars were already backed by gold, and by the power of the strongest nation, the victor of WWII. dollars were "as good as gold"

and so, even after August 1971, nearly all national banks of the world used dollars as a currency reserve. even Russia/the Soviet Union, what was commonly called the eurodollar

and the FED? does the FED accumulate foreign reserves? no. it's the only central bank that does not. the only thing that the FED has in order to buy back excess dollars is... gold

so again, the current system is, at the end, supported by others. and those others are grumbling, louder

fundamentally, China and Russia would be fine with a global SDR scheme, but not if their shares of the IMF continue to be so small. so they want more shares of the IMF, which would be welcome to them even if no SDR scheme was enacted (which is anyway quite a contingency plan / fantasy, at the moment), the IMF being a power for itself, the "doctor of the sovereigns"

yet the US Congress is opposed to any change in the current IMF shareholding setup. it's that simple, and without using all this "NWO jargon", which I presume is only a way to oversimplify the situation for local US consumption

the key is foreign currency reserves. gold was exchanged with dollars, and too many dollars have been printed, lately, with their foreign holders grumbling

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 07:53 | 4826099 besnook
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the lie in this tale is admitted by the author. the dollar was the world currency. the world worked fine with it until the fed started abusing the siegnorage the dollar afforded them. the dollar WAS the world currency and a new currency must be created in order to bail out the abused dollar. there is obviously conflict in the new arrangement as one side collects gold obviously in preperation for something(what?) and the other side dismisses it. is that the real source of conflict? the structure of the new currency? full faith and credit(tally sticks?) or full faith and gold, oil, copper......? 

the one cogent lesson from the tower of babel story is a diversified world is a better model than a one world model, no matter how utopian or even practical the idea may look. all this means war and the outcome is rather obvious. the torch will be passed and the new leader will be the old leader, china with its sidekick russia's(eurasia alliance) petro. while the .1% dream of corporate states(there will always be some collection of people claiming some sovereignty. it is proven human nature) as a governing unit the people may not cooperate willingly to become citizens of the world and a "citizen" of the ibm(or mcdonalds or walmart or goldman sachs) group. bankers will become the overlord states. same as it ever was.

the only thing the plan will destructively accomplish is a short term solution to population density issues and the offiicial anointing of the china century.

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 08:46 | 4826284 AdvancingTime
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This dovetails with my thoughts that at the first sign of major problems those in power will play the new currency card! We  are all interconnected for better or worse. A bad apple can spoil the whole basket. Welcome to the world our leaders have designed or allowed to form. Whether by design or merely as a byproduct of globalization we have weaved a web of financial transactions that circle the globe.

Over the last several years as money was printed by the central Banks it was not contained in the countries where in was printed. This money flowed across borders influencing and distorting markets and prices across the world. Some people have been calling for a "world currency" for years. the saying "one should never let a good crisis go to waste" means that a meltdown with high levels of fear would present a perfect opportunity and catalyst to advance this agenda down the field. Remember many people with agendas have a lot to gain when a major shift in the currency markets takes place. More on this subject in the article below.

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 08:50 | 4826311 sam site
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It comes down to whether gold or the IMFs SDR will be the new global currency.  The global elite's power is based on fiat currency like the dollar, Euro and Yen affording them unlimited money to conjure wars, depressions ect.  Gold keeps everyone in line and according to economist Mike Maloney, there have been 389 fiat currencies destroyed through debasement in history and this forms the basis of his Seven Stages of Fiat Currency videos that show that debased currencies inevitably return to genuine gold and silver back to stage one.

That appears to be happening with the BRICS accumulating gold for a return to stage one - genuine money.  To suggest that they would accept another useless fiat currency like the SDRs at a time when the BRICS are sick of being exploited by fiat currencies is a stretch. 

While Goldman's Lloyd Blankfein may be an investment advisor to the Russian Prime Minister as your linked Bloomberg article suggests, is just to attract foreign investment from western sources and doesn't necessarily represent a controlling mechanism by the IMFs league of western corrupt bankers.

Maybe I'm just preferring to believe that the BRICS led by Russia and China represent a rebellion against the fiat currency-based western corrupt bankers, but it comes down to gold vs IMFs SDRs and if history is any guide, I'm betting on gold.  Furthermore economist Jim Willie has been describing the development of 80 economies joining with the BRICS, known as the BRICS and associates, who are developing gold-backed currencies for menbership and this on top of the 23 bi-lateral trade agreements China has made to facilitate trade outside the dollar or any other third party middleman reserve currency.  This also raises the question, why have a third party middleman reserve currency at all. 

In a world of increased communication, a reserve currency appears to be a relic of the past so I believe we're going to see from the BRICs the elimination of the useless reserve currency and the return of genuine money like gold and silver.  These two developments will finally place a stake in the heart of the western corrupt bankers.  Their final demise will be the confiscation of their ill-gotten gold they stole from the Vatican and banker scams over the centuries.  When the masses get done with them after this next fiat meltdown, they will be lucky to escape with their lives.      


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