Deus Nexus: When Ken from RedefiningGod.com actually reports a positive development, I sit up and listen. Are the globalists pushing the delay button on their plans and setting up for a dramatic September next year? By all accounts, this coming September was designed to be dramatic. If the globalists have been forced to delay their time table, that is exceedingly encouraging news.
The globalist plan to break up the great nations & Why are they talking about delaying the new SDR currency basket?
Reposted from: RedefiningGod.com | by Ken
Let’s take a second look at a section from Update 19…
…I take you back to the 1961 NWO blueprint book Prospect for America. This is from page 26…
The globalists want the NWO to consist of “smaller units” because smaller nations are less likely to be self-sufficient in maintaining their security and a modern standard of living. They want all the nations to be dependent on the multilateral framework for their security and economic wellbeing.
Besides the Rockefellers’ NWO architects, can you guess who else is talking about “smaller units”? Ron Paul (in this interview on RT)…
“I happen to believe in smaller units of government; the larger the unit of government, the worse things are…
So I think people should have the right to leave a larger unit of government.”
And what else is Ron Paul talking about? Secession in the US…
…Note that he gave this speech at a Mises Institute conference called Breaking Away: The Case for Secession…
[Starting from the 1:20 mark] – “I would like to start off by talking about the subject, and the subject, of course, is secession and nullification — the breaking up of government. And the good news is it’s gonna happen. It’s happening. And it’s not gonna be because there will be enough people in the US Congress to legislate it — it won’t happen. It will be de facto.”
So we know the globalists are aiming to break up the EU (which is the Interim World Order in Europe), and Greece is where that will begin. But will they also break up the USA so it can never rise again as the power it once was? Will Russia and China meet the same fate at some point?
With that last question in mind, have a look at an Economist article I ran across today…
…”UNDER Vladimir Putin’s presidency, Russia is seen in the outside world as an expansionist power trying to revise post-Soviet borders and rebuild an empire. But what if Russia itself—a country of nearly 200 nationalities that stretches across 11 time zones—is in danger of crumbling?”
It is quite interesting to see this coming out of the Economist. If we look back to the their infamous cover from early this year, we see Putin (and other major leaders including America’s Obama, China’s Xi, and India’s Modi) presented in the color of ash….
…which is the color of the phoenix eggs on the woman’s hat. This would indicate that those leaders will be part of the ash heap from which the NWO phoenix will rise.
After seeing the Economist article, I decided to check into China and came across this Wall Street Journal article…
…”Despite appearances, China’s political system is badly broken, and nobody knows it better than the Communist Party itself. China’s strongman leader, Xi Jinping, is hoping that a crackdown on dissent and corruption will shore up the party’s rule. He is determined to avoid becoming the Mikhail Gorbachev of China, presiding over the party’s collapse. But instead of being the antithesis of Mr. Gorbachev, Mr. Xi may well wind up having the same effect. His despotism is severely stressing China’s system and society—and bringing it closer to a breaking point.”
Upon checking into India, I came across this academia.edu paper from Arshi Saleem Hashmi. Here is a germane passage…
…(from pages 38-39)
It makes sense that the globalists will want to break up the large nations because it fits in to their PR strategy of restoring the appearance of sovereignty (while actually undermining sovereignty by making the divided peoples less able to resist the power of the globalist institutions). Once separated from their central governments, the newly-minted nations will need assistance in getting started, and to whom will they turn for guidance and help? To the United Nations and the multilateral institutions of course! They will turn away from the old power centers of Washington, Moscow, Beijing, and New Delhi and turn towards the new power center, the UN Complex. And this predictable dynamic gives us a clue as to the timeframe during which the breakups will occur.
Common sense suggests that the great nations will be broken up once the multilateral institutions and agreements that will pick up the pieces are finalized. That way, when they break up into their smaller components, those components will be offered continued membership in the multilateral institutions their former central governments set up. And since they’ll need help, they’ll accept that continued membership and thus become dependent on the UN and the regional and functional multilateral institutions (just like the Rockefellers planned back in the 1950’s). Given that the BRICS institutions have been rushed into existence this year, I would expect the breakups to occur sometime between September of this year and 2020, with most of it done by 2018.
I’ll continue to keep an eye on all this.
[Update 66 – 6 August 2015]Why are the globalists talking about delaying the new SDR currency basket?
A watershed moment in the contrived East versus West dialectic will be the inclusion of China’s renminbi into the IMF’s SDR currency basket. The globalists had planned to do it this October, but an IMF staff report that came out this week calls for a 9-month delay in implementing any changes. From the IMF website…
“IMF Survey: Why is staff proposing an extension of the current SDR basket?
Tiwari: To put this in context, the current SDR basket expires at the end of this year. We are proposing extending the current SDR basket by nine months until September 30, 2016. This is in response to feedback from SDR users on the desirability of avoiding changes in the basket at the end of the calendar year and facilitating continued smooth functioning of SDR-related operations. An extension of nine months would also allow users to adjust to a potential changed basket composition should the Executive Board decide to include the RMB.
The proposed extension, which will be decided by the Executive Board later this month, would not in any way prejudge the timing of conclusion or outcome of the review.”
In addition to this talk of a delay, the staff report questions whether the renminbi is sufficiently “freely usable” to be included in the basket.
So what is their game? Is this merely more propaganda fodder to set up the US versus China showdown later this year, or are the globalists pushing the delay button on their plans and setting up for a dramatic September next year?
I’ll be having a close look at the IMF and press reports to get a feel for what they’re up to.
(P.S. – 10 August 2015)
I ran across this Zero Hedge article this morning: Why Goldman Is Confident The Fed Will Wait To Hike Until December (At Least). It lays out the public propaganda rationale for the Fed delaying its rate increase till December or even next year. If you pair this with the possible postponement of the new IMF SDR basket, it increasingly appears that the globalists may be pushing the delay button on their agenda.
Lately, I’ve also been wondering if Donald Trump has been designated to take the place of Rand Paul as the Establishment’s preferred “anti-establishment” candidate. Rand Paul, like his Mises Mafia compatriot Panos Kammenos in Greece, doesn’t appear to be getting the traction the globalists had hoped for. If Trump starts talking about “sound money,” look out.
On a personal note, I apologize for my dearth of writings over the past few weeks. My grandmother’s visit has turned into a permanent stay, so I will be her caretaker also for the remainder of her stay here on Earth. That makes one son, one grandmother, two dogs, and one former wife I must tend to. My hands are a tad full and my mind a bit scattered right now. Rest assured that I’ll adapt and be fully back on the job at some point in the near future.