Category Archives: Economics

Consolidating the Right in Alberta – A Grass Roots Take on the PC Party Leadership Debate (FREEPOM)

Unraveling the Liberal-Socialist Agenda Close to Home

By JC Collins

This article is a more granular analysis on the regional politics in my home province of Alberta, Canada.  Some readers around the world may not find it as interesting as our usual material related to the international monetary system and subsequent geopolitics.  But I would suggest that it is relevant in that it is reflective of the larger international “right” oriented “new modern nationalism” which is unraveling the broader liberal agenda.

The approach I’ve always taken to politics is that I reserved the right to withhold my vote until a time in my life when I felt the level of knowledge and wisdom required to make informed and reasonable decisions had been met.  Around the age of 40 I began to feel like I had reached this mystical level of political enlightenment and began to ponder on the broader realities of life in Alberta, and Canada as a whole.

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Two Big Wins for POM Thesis in the First 4 Days of 2017 (FREEPOM)

By JC Collins

We are only four days into the New Year and already there have been two further confirmations which build on the creditability of the POM thesis.  Most readers have become accustomed to major aspects of the thesis being proven accurate over the last few years and this is now continuing in 2017.

I am somewhat reluctant to continue drawing attention to this accuracy as it may appear disingenuous and strike some new readers as boasting.  But if we don’t review the accurate aspects of the thesis than we can never quantify the overall purpose for a site like Philosophy of Metrics, which is to provide accurate and provable predictions when so many others continue repeating the same fallacies year after year.

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The Take Down of George Soros – Part Two

How Iran is the Hinge for Middle East Peace and the Complete Unraveling of the Open Society

By JC Collins

It is telling of the path forward that Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway will be traveling to my home town of Fort McMurray, Alberta on January 12, 2017.  The purpose of her visit will be to meet with members of the oil sands industry and have a private dinner.  When we add this to the fact that the former CEO of ExxonMobile has been selected as the Secretary of State in the Trump administration, and the open statements supporting the final approvals of the Keystone XL Pipeline, it becomes obvious that Canadian oil will be playing a major role in the energy strategies of the United States.

What many don’t know is that American oil companies domestically produce light crude and require a steady source of heavy crude to create a blend for the refineries along the gulf coast.  Much of this heavy crude comes from Saudi Arabia with about 2.8 million barrels a day coming from the Canadian oil sands.

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The End that Never Came

Economic Collapse, Death of the Dollar and World War 3

By JC Collins

For three years I have been writing about the transformation of the international monetary system and the geopolitical ramifications of those changes.  It was an argument which suggested that there would be some modest levels of volatility with geopolitical re-positioning of the major players taking place without a massive war type scenario.

Endless waves of detractors and those who couldn’t accept the logic of the information ignored and minimized the information presented here on POM.  But here we are again at the end of another year and the economy has not collapsed, the dollar has not fallen into a death spiral, and world war three has not started.

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The Take Down of George Soros Has Begun (FREEPOM)

How a Rogue Alliance Betrayed the Rothschild’s and attempted to hijack the One World Government

By JC Collins

Update 2:  Two months after I wrote this article it is being reported by Bloomberg that Hungary, the home nation of George Soros, will be banning NGO’s funded by Soros foundations.  This follows the actions of Russia to outlaw the Open Society Foundation and other Soros related charities.  The country which George Soros was born in is turning against him.  His funds are beginning to lose money.  The tide is only beginning to turn against him.  

Update:  I’ve made this article free based on the importance of the material.  We have a limited window to stop Soros and his organizations from spreading more violence in America.  This need supersedes the needs of any one of us.  Please spread this material as far as possible.  – JC

George Soros is running out of friends.

With the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States and the BREXIT vote in Great Britain, a pattern is beginning to emerge.  This pattern is indicating that a major take-down of George Soros and his Open Society Foundation, among other organizations, both sub and individual, is in process.  The evidence to support such a claim is difficult to collect and present because of the very nature of such an operation.

Outside of conspiracy sites which promote similar stories, like Putin issuing an arrest warrant for Soros, something which has not yet been proven, real information and evidence is all but impossible to find.  But much ancillary and suggestive evidence is abound.  This evidence is best considered and processed through understanding the mandates and strategies which Soros has been involved in, and has been attempting to influence.

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The Subprime Attack on the Weak (FREEPOM)

Trump Represents the Organic Evolution and Organization of the Masses

By JC Collins

African Americans, Hispanics, Caucasians, Asians, and all Americans which make up the composition of the disorganized masses need to read and understand what has been written here.

The existing political platforms which both the Democrats and Republicans have maintained and utilized for generations are no longer effective.  In reality, the differences in the platforms are illusionary.  The establishment has carefully crafted the perception of variation and choice, but the masses should consider both platforms to be a part of the same machinations used to divide and conquer, while transferring wealth from the bottom to the top.

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The Implosion of American Culture (FREEPOM)

By JC Collins

This article was originally posted on December 3, 2014.  

Update: The Trump for President movement, and the massive backlash coming from the political and media establishments against that movement, could very well be the implosion of culture which was suggested in the article re-published below.   

In the original piece I stated the following:

“As use of the dollar levels off and begins to recede into the blend of multilateral currencies, the culture that grew up around it will also recede and implode back into the place from where it originated.”

It is no wonder that the Trump movement, and its fragmentation of the American establishment structure, is turning into a nationalist movement, as that is exactly what would be expected as the power base in the world begins to be shared among other major players.  Trump states that other countries will have to “pay their share”.  This is exactly what a shift in the international power base would entail.  

Global socioeconomic consolidation will be packaged and sold through a campaign of nationalism.  Trump could very well represent America’s “fall of the Berlin Wall” moment.  – JC

Original Article:

It was widely expressed by the mainstream media of the time that the collapse of the Soviet Union and the fall of the Berlin Wall could not have been predicted. In hindsight, the stagnation and drop in oil prices should have been the obvious signs that a dramatic change was coming. And when the USSR began to borrow from western banks, the fix was in.

Western banks is something of a misnomer, as no bank, or conglomerate of banking interests, can exist separate and independent of the larger international banking structure which has been built throughout the the 20th Century. Stagnate growth and the deflationary oil prices which began in 1986 acted as fine toothed methods of transferring wealth from the social trust within the Soviet Union, forcing banks within the USSR to borrow from western banks, which was in fact an exchange of assets amongst financial institutions. Continue reading The Implosion of American Culture (FREEPOM)