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The "Great Reset"?

Discussion in 'Financial Cents' started by Yard Dart, May 10, 2016.

  1. Yard Dart

    Yard Dart Vigilant Monkey..... Moderator Site Supporter++


    A very common phrase used over the past couple years by the International Monetary Fund’s Christine Lagarde as well as other globalist mouthpieces is the “global reset.” Very rarely do these elites ever actually mention any details as to what this “reset” means. But if you take a look at some of my past analysis on the economic endgame, you will find that they do, on occasion, let information slip which gives us a general picture of where they prefer the world be within the next few years or even the next decade.

    A few goals are certain and openly admitted. The globalists ultimately want to diminish or erase the U.S. dollar as the world reserve currency. They most definitely are seeking to establish the International Monetary Fund’s Special Drawing Rights basket system as a replacement for the dollar system; this plan was even outlined in the Rothschild run magazine The Economist in 1988. They want to consolidate economic governance, moving away from a franchise system of national central banks into a single global monetary authority, most likely under the IMF or the Bank for International Settlements. And, they consistently argue for the centralization of political power in the name of removing legislative barriers to safer financial regulation.

    These are not “theories” of fiscal change, these are facts behind the globalist methodology. When the IMF mentions the “great global reset,” the above changes are a part of what they are referring to.

    That said, much of my examinations focus on the macro-level; but what about the local level? What kind of economic system would we wake up to on a daily basis if the globalists get exactly what they want? This is an area in which the elites rarely ever comment, and I can only offer hypothetical scenarios. I am basing these scenarios on the measures that the establishment most obsessively chases. If they want a particular social or economic change badly enough, the signs become obvious.

    Here is what the world would probably look like after a global reset…

    Initial crisis
    Who knows what the trigger will be? There are so many potential catalysts for global economic instability that there is no way to make a prediction. The only thing that is certain is that one or more of these catalysts will be triggered. A Saudi depeg from the U.S. dollar, a large scale terrorist attack, a general rout in stock markets due to a loss of faith in central bank policy, a confrontation between Eastern and Western powers. It doesn’t really matter much. All of it is designed to produce one outcome chaos. To which the globalists will offer “order,” their particular order using their particular solutions as “objective mediators.”

    In our highly interdependent system in the West in which more than 80 percent of the population has been domesticated and is incapable of self-reliance, it is very likely that a disruption of normal supply chains and services would result in considerable poverty and death. Such a threat would invariably lead frightened and unprepared people to demand increased government controls so that they can return to the level of comfort they have grown accustomed to within the grid.

    One important factor to note is the globalist rationale for increased centralization and control in the hands of a few. In my article, The Linchpin Lie: How Global Collapse Will Be Sold To The Masses, I study the clever narrative of Rand Corporation member John Casti and his “Linchpin Theory.” In Casti’s theory, collapse is inevitable in what he calls “overly complex systems.” The more independent elements within any system, the more chance there is for unpredictable events that lead to disaster. Ostensibly, the solution would be to streamline all systems and remove the free-radicals. That is to say, centralization is the answer. What a surprise.

    In a post-reset world, the elites will argue that the banks and bankers are not necessarily to blame. Rather, they will accuse the “system” of being too complex and chaotic, leaving itself open to greed, stupidity and overall unconscious sabotage. The fact that the crisis was engineered from the very beginning will never be mentioned. Almost all other changes to our economic environment will stem from this single lie.

    Thinning of the financial herd
    You are going to see long standing financial institutions sacrificed in the name of rehabilitating the global system. Do not assume that certain major banks (Deutsche Bank?) will not be brought down, or that certain central banks will not be toppled (Federal Reserve) as the reset progresses. Also do not assume even that certain geopolitical structures will not be brought into disarray (European Union). In the push towards total globalization and one world economic governance, the elites have no loyalty to any single corporation, nation or even central bank. They will chop off almost any appendage if they can achieve a one world system in the trade.

    What this means on a micro-level is the activation of bail-ins; that is to say, the legalized confiscation of bank accounts, pension funds, stock holdings, etc. as a method for prolonging a collapse event. We have seen this already to some extent in Europe, and it will happen in the U.S. eventually. Some people (socialists/communists) may even cheer the action as the end of “capitalism” and a step toward economic “harmonization”; which is easy for them to cheer for since most of them have never worked hard enough to earn property or assets worth confiscating.

    Currency devaluation
    Everyone who is aware expects this, but it is important to realize that currency devaluation will probably occur across the board in every region of the world. Some currencies will simply be hit harder than others. The dollar is a primary target of the globalists and will be brought down. It won’t disappear, but it will become progressively irrelevant on the global stage. While the initial scenario we face in America will be one of stagflation, necessities and the means to produce necessities will skyrocket in cost.

    There may not be inflation in every sector of the economy because imploding demand could offset some of the effects of falling currency value, but there will be extreme inflation in the areas that hurt common people most.

    The digitization of all trade
    Despite all the failings and control mechanisms involved in fiat money, there are still worse systems to be had. Last month more than 100 executives from the world’s largest financial institutions met privately at the Times Square office of Nasdaq Inc. to discuss the future of money; more specifically a software apparatus called “Blockchain.” The goal is to implement blockchain as a medium to fully digitize monetary transactions around the world and in a way that is traceable and foolproof. In other words, the goal is put an end to all transactions involving physical cash.

    The establishment of a cashless society would mark the end of all privacy in trade. Even supposedly anti-centralization digital currencies like Bitcoin are hindered by the blockchain feature, which requires the tracking of all transactions in order for the currency to function. While methods for anonymity could be argued, the fact of the matter is, digital currency by its very nature is a destroyer of the truly private trade offered by cash and barter. When all trade is tracked, and all savings digitized, whoever owns the keys to the core of the blockchain will have the power to wreak havoc on the life of any participant at will.

    To be sure, the “blockchain” that the elites have in mind will never allow for anonymous transactions, because digital currency is not about “convenience,” it is about control.

    The end of private production and business
    After the reset and the opening crisis it is probable that resource allocation will become a major issue. Production of goods on the massive scale seen today will not ever be allowed to return. This will create a perpetual lack of supply (by design). The only methods for dealing with lost production on an industrial level would be to either encourage localized production in every community, or to force people to reduce their standard of living and demand in the extreme. The elites will certainly press for the latter.

    Localized production in every community would kill any means of financial control the globalists might have on a population. In fact, I believe they will attempt to make any local production impossible, first through taxation so high that only the largest still-surviving corporations can afford to operate, and second, by confiscation of raw resources needed to manufacture goods on a scale that would grow wealth for a community. The government will claim that such resources must be managed by the authorities for the good of everyone rather than “wasted” by independent businesses in the “pursuit of personal wealth.”

    Eventually, they will also have to limit or outlaw barter and alternative currencies in order for the digitized economy to work.

    Carbon output and environmental extortion
    No matter how much information is released which completely contradicts the fraud of man-made global warming, the globalists continue to charge full steam with the creation of a carbon-based economic model. Why? Because the idea of the “carbon footprint” is the ultimate tool for domination. A “carbon tax” is a tax on life itself. There is no way around it.

    Remember, in order to fully centralize, the elites must streamline. This does not only mean streamlining economic governance, but also streamlining the size of the system they seek to dictate. The larger and more diverse the system, the harder it is to wrap your tentacles around it. This means greatly diminished production, but also by extension a greatly diminished population. Population controls then become vital.

    If the production of carbon can be taxed and administrated, then the production of life can be taxed and administrated. The establishment becomes godlike; the purveyor of all means of sustainment. The carbon boogeyman can be used to frighten the now crisis weary public into complete sublimation, for if mere carbon can cause the end of the world as we know it, then people, by their very existence, become a threat to the future that must be regulated.

    Anthropogenic climate change is the narrative the elites must assert if they hope to convince the citizenry that a concrete ceiling on production and population is acceptable. If we ever get to the point where human society becomes so self-loathing as to seek its own enslavement and destruction through carbon controls, it may be a thousand years before we ever see freedom again.

    We’re not there yet
    All of the dangers described above are not set in stone. Some may claim that the “end is nigh” these people are idiots. The end is never nigh. Humanity has faced calamity after calamity for generations; our calamity just happens to be historically epic by comparison. It is not the last calamity. Centuries from now, there will be new disasters and new idiots telling everyone “the end is nigh.”

    Through it all, courageous people have risen to the occasion. Some are successful and some are not, but we do not live in a New World Order, yet. Today is nowhere near as terrible as tomorrow could be if we do not act accordingly.

    The globalist reset needs a trigger, a crisis which admittedly we do not have the ability to avoid. But, the reset also depends on the right people in place to rebuild the system after the crisis unfolds. Here is where the future can be determined. Whoever is left standing after the opening salvo will have a choice: to hide and hope for the best, or to fight for the position to choose who builds tomorrow. Will it be the psychotic globalist cabal, or will it be free people of conscience? It may not seem like it now, but the end result is up to us.
    What will the global economy look like after the 'great reset?' - Personal Liberty®
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  2. duane

    duane Monkey++

    While I can't say and don't really care if it the globalists who wish to destroy the present system, here in New Hampshire we are about 50 % through the process as far as system changes go. We have stopped making any meaningful attempts to lower the cost of fuel or power, stop wind generation, pipelines, availability of cheap hydro power, coal, large scale solar, etc, we have used zoning and ecology controls to prevent any major new construction of anything but malls and "clean" industry, we use the property tax to pay for our education system and it is one of the highest in the nation, our advanced educational system is one of the highest cost in the nation and is being gutted in the name of cultural, racial, social, gender, and sexual mores. Our new dominate class is the individual or organization who "exposes" all the ills of the society, past and present, and the lawyers and politicians who pander to them. Three out of four of our federal leaders, the governor, and many in our state leadership are women, often selected in some unknown manner and while qualified, are often anything but unbiased in the changes they wish to see. What business we do have left in the state are for the most part controlled by national or multinational firms and they have no real interest in the state or its people. We live in a time when we "punish" a school or organization and its leadership for things that happened 25 years ago or which do not meet some ill defined new moral code and demand payments and changes that gut the system and shift its control to some unnamed group and its presumed goals. We limit the use of the public lands and the creation of new industry to the "green" uses and punish companies for "contaminates" that are in the parts per billion. The full force of the federal legal system and the mass media can be brought to bear on a state in 24 hours for attempting to allow a business or institution to control who uses which bathroom, but in 25 years we haven't had any serious effective attempt to control our borders and enforce the existing laws. While I make no claim that any single group is attempting to destroy our system, something is very rapidly doing so and anyone who attempts to resist this change is being destroyed by both the legal system and the court of public opinion.
    Last edited: May 11, 2016
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  3. ghrit

    ghrit Ambulatory anachronism Administrator Founding Member

    Seems to me that when groups with special interests become more common than those without special interests, chaotic and contentious rules get put into place favoring the few. If you aren't "special" in some way, you get no say nor any privilege.
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  4. Ganado

    Ganado Monkey+++

    well I hate to tell you this but the global reset is done from what I can tell. The goal is to destroy the petro dollar, aka the USD as the only world reserve currency and have a 'basket' of currencies as the world reserve. The basket is BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa, this unit has over 42% of the world's population) all they are arguing over now is how to make the 2 international settlements for banking talk to each other. BRICS system uses the SWIFT system and the USA banks uses CHIPS.

    Its all done except the crying, I do think they are trying to be responsible world wide and not bring us down too hard but there is a fall in financials coming. (I believe it will happen this fall, but that is just my opinion not fact.)

    Clearing House Interbank Payments System (CHIPS)
    Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT)
  5. chelloveck

    chelloveck Diabolus Causidicus

    I think it's all Societally Hysterical International Trading. :(
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  6. Ganado

    Ganado Monkey+++

    @chelloveck [LMAO] you are more right than you know. Banks arguing over how to do international settlements. The BIS (Bank of International Settlements) has been the primary system for a long time but it seems to be being bypassed by the PTB
  7. kellory

    kellory An unemployed Jester, is nobody's fool. Banned

    Every time i see phrases like :
    "Currency devaluation
    Everyone who is aware expects this,...." it send up red flags for me. (If i am aware, then i must think like this, and if not, then i must not be aware.)
    Next step is find a salt block and read the rest of it.
  8. BTPost

    BTPost Old Fart Snow Monkey Moderator

    Do you really think, ONE Salt Block, will be sufficient???
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