The global governance/new world order types sure have grown increasingly open about their schemes over the past few years, haven't they? They must think that the new world order they've been working towards since founding the United Nations (UN) is within their grasp.
Pushing wars, nation-building, and a "global warming" scare for decades, they still have yet to hasten the global governance moment of their transnational-progressive dreams. Although they've built some basic infrastructure via treaties, aid, and what not, it's lucky for us that nothing ever goes as planned.
Redrawing the map via military action and nation-building has proven more difficult than our global masters had hoped. Burdened with the death and debt required of our wise overlords plans to immanentize the eschaton, the American public has grown tired of fighting foreign wars, propping up dictators and building nations. As witnessed by President Obama's launching an attack on Libya with little public support.
Selling the masses a "global warming" scare has been no picnic for our planetary rulers either. Exposed as a hoax, global warming has since been rebranded "climate change." But always on the hunt for a crisis to exploit, hoping to whip the public into a frenzy, the central banking crisis of 2008 finally gave them the perfect excuse to goad the public into demanding government action. And our new world masters found hope once again.
That's right. I called the financial crisis of 2008 a central banking crisis. After all, that is what it was. The central banks built a house of cards using fiat money and credit. It was their design, based on their theories, under their control, and governed by their regulations. Privileged with a government enforced monopoly on money, only a central bank can cause huge economic bubbles. Then their house of cards came tumbling down.
There is no "free market" in U.S. banking. The entire market is controlled by a central planning authority: the unelected bureaucrats of the Federal Reserve. The same goes for every other country with a central bank too. Politicians love the central bank house of cards, because it allows them to buy votes, largess, and make bribes with utter "irrational exuberance." Politically connected Wall Street firms were in on the con and GSE's too. Everyone involved in the crisis was either part of, or deeply involved with, the government and Federal Reserve.
Yet "free markets" have been framed for the crime. Successfully too. While I expect nothing less of demagogic politicians and their one world globalist cronies, after all, they jones for power like a junkie joneses for crack. But the inability of mainstream journalists and pundits to discern the truth however, boggles the mind. It simply proves beyond all doubt that they're nothing but shills for the state.
Sadly, almost 3 years later, nothing has improved. With "free markets" still playing the scapegoat, our globalist betters have stepped up their game as they push for global domination.
A monetary conference sponsored by the Institute for New Economic Thinking - a nonprofit founded in 2009 with a $50 million pledge from oligarch George Soros - will be held April 8-11 at the Mount Washington Hotel in Bretton Woods.
Bretton Woods is, of course, the location of a monetary conference that was held following World War II.
Far from establishing a permanent new monetary system, the two-tier gold market only bought a few years of time; American inflation and deficits continued. Eurodollars accumulated rapidly, gold continued to flow outward, and the higher free-market price of gold simply revealed the accelerated loss of world confidence in the dollar. the two-tier system moved rapidly towards crisis-and to the final dissolution of Bretton Woods.
This is the "happy" period that Soros would like to turn back to. As Soros' INET puts it Bretton Woods was:
the scene of the great conference that established a renewed global economic architecture as World War II drew to a close.
Got that? "great conference", "global economic architecture". If there is any question that Soros would like to see a one world government, INET's review of the strengths and weaknesses of Bretton Woods should put that to rest:
In the years since the 1944 conference, the globalization of production, trade, and especially finance, has transformed our economy, but has not yet transformed our system of regulation or our tools of policy intervention. Indeed, our very habits of thought and speech lag behind the realities that we desperately need to think and speak about.
As Rothbard detailed, there never was any currency stability in the early years of Bretton Woods and there certainly isn't any now. But it is under the guise of the success of earlier elite global planning that Soros will bring his group of merry global plotters to Bretton Woods. Among those scheduled to be there ...
Two years ago, George Soros said he wanted to reorganize the entire global economic system. In two short weeks, he is going to start - and no one seems to have noticed.
On April 8, a group he's funded with $50 million is holding a major economic conference and Soros's goal for such an event is to "establish new international rules" and "reform the currency system." It's all according to a plan laid out in a Nov. 4, 2009, Soros op-ed calling for "a grand bargain that rearranges the entire financial order."
"Reorganizing the world order will need to extend beyond the financial system and involve the United Nations, especially membership of the Security Council,' he wrote. 'That process needs to be initiated by the US, but China and other developing countries ought to participate as equals."
Soros emphasized that point, that this needs to be a global solution, making America one among many. "The rising powers must be present at the creation of this new system in order to ensure that they will be active supporters."
The IMF is out with a new seven minute YouTube propaganda piece (see below) that stars former World Bank president and globalist Joseph Stiglitz.
I don't think I have ever seen more confusion in seven minutes of presentation in my life. If you want to understand the talking points that the one worlders are currently using, Stiglitz knows them all and is able to spout them out as though they make sense at, as he says, a "high level".
He tells us that a consensus has been reached after the recent financial crisis that "free markets don't work". Since the crisis was caused by Federal Reserve manipulation of the money supply and interest rates, how Stiglitz can believe that we were ever near a free market with this Federal Reserve manipulation is a mystery that may never be answered.
He then says that the crisis proved that inflation at low levels may not be a good thing. Well, actually, he is correct since there should be no monetary inflation. But what he is calling for is more monetary printing than what occurred under Alan Greenspan. Money printing caused the real estate bubble!
He then goes on to say fiscal policy worked. He's correct here, if you work for Goldman Sachs, but if you are part of the 10% of the nation that is unemployed, or part of the millions who are losing their homes, fiscal policy is not so great.
Stiglitz in the clip below also talks about "global growth" as though failures at the national level are not enough. It appears he wants to make the entire world choreographed for one huge business cycle.
He even brings up a new globalist phrase I had never heard of before, "the global reserve system". Is this another signal that the globalists know that the End the Fed movement is picking up traction and it is their start at attempting to co-opt the movement by a future sly slick call for ending the Fed, to be replaced with a "global reserve system"
Stiglitz then disses the dollar and bows before the almighty SDR "currency" which is printed up by the IMF. He suggests is should replace the dollar as the world reserve currency in the new "global reserve system".
Yes. George Soros, Joseph Stiglitz and the rest of the globalist ilk, are blatantly promoting the New World Order. Don't fall for their transparent ruse.