Biggest World Transformation Since the Napoleonic Wars

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The Replacement of USD Denominated Reserves with Chinese Renminbi Reserves

In yet another sign that the multilateral thesis presented here is accurate and unfolding as planned the European Central Bank announced the switch of USD denominated reserves into Chinese renminbi denominated reserves. The initial re-allocation of reserves is in the amount of 500 million euros and will represent the first of many re-allocations as trade between the EU and China expands with the implementation of the Silk Road initiative and development of the Eurasian Union.

The re-balancing of global liquidity between the USD and RMB is in the early stages but will increase in frequency and volume in the coming months and years. The current composition of the EU foreign exchange reserves are in USD, Yen, gold, SDR and now RMB. We should expect that further re-allocations will take place with the RMB and eventually SDR replacing the traditional USD reserves.

For All Those Who Said It Couldn’t Be Done

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Well, the Federal Reserve just raised rates once again. This is something which so many stated without a doubt could never happen without the whole system imploding. But it is in fact happening and the Fed has even now rolled out their plan to reduce the amount of Treasury bonds and mortgage backed securities which they hold on the books while increasing rates even further within this calendar year.

The Backlash to the Backlash

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How the Resistance to Globalization is designed to implement a New World Governance Framework

The phrase “we are the 99%” is very catchy and has the same scripting characteristics of other catchy phrases that are developed within think-tanks and organizations such as the Tavistock Institute. These social memes serve to rally the masses and herd whole populations towards a specific outcome.

It should now be obvious to most analytical minded people that the Presidency of Donald Trump is strategically and incrementally reducing the American socioeconomic and geopolitical hegemony which has developed over the post-war years. The changes and dramatic shifts in both domestic and foreign policies are transitioning the United States away from the dominant role it has played in the international governance structure.

Tavistock Created Donald Trump

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Using Social Environmental Turbulence to Transform American Culture

While the world was focused on the final act of World War Two economists and monetary policy writers of the allied nations, which included Russia and China, were meeting in New Hampshire to develop the Bretton Woods Agreement. The purpose of this conference was to set the new framework for the international monetary system based on the dominance of the US dollar and the gold which was deposited into the Federal Reserve.

During this time period the Tavistock Clinic in London, England was beginning to develop its own plans for the post-war years. Operation Phoenix was tasked with the objective of redesigning the Tavistock Clinic to function as a “silent weapon” for the purpose of cultural and socioeconomic engineering.

The China Puzzle

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Internationalizing the RMB and Prepping for End of the Dollar Peg

A new burger place opened just down the street and to be honest I can’t get it out of my mind. At some point I’m going to run over there and order a big juicy burger with bacon and cheese. Of course this would murder my intended diet and has absolutely nothing to do with this article, but it needed to be said. So there.

Momentum for the internationalization of the Chinese renminbi is hotter than a fast fry grill. The RMB, commonly referenced as the yuan, is being transformed to serve alongside the US dollar in the international monetary system. It will not replace the dollar. It will not become the new international currency. It is simply being expanded to help develop the multi-currency framework which will assist in the creation of an SDR infrastructure.

The End of Bilderberg

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We are witnessing the largest transformation of the world in a century. History teaches us that things never stay the same and are always in a state of constant change and transformation. The Bilderberg group served its stated purpose well. That purpose is now no longer relevant and the group will either fragment off into small splinters or be forced to reinvent itself to work towards finding a common ground between the Anglo-American establishment and the emerging Eurasian establishment.

Europe is separating from the Anglo-American Establishment

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Exchanging the European NATO for the Arabic NATO

The Anglo-American establishment’s strategy in Ukraine was always about creating leverage against Russia for the purpose of maintaining access in the resource rich Middle East. Let me explain.

The post G7 comments by German Chancellor Angela Merkel that Europe can no longer rely on the United States and the United Kingdom are aligned with the larger unfolding multilateral realignment of the world. She made it clear that Germany and Europe could no longer depend on others and must take its destiny into its own hands.

SDR Standard and the Triffin Dilemma

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Who will decide which nations can accumulate debt and which cannot?

There is a multi-currency framework emerging which will be structured predominantly around the US dollar and the Chinese renminbi. Both nations and their respective national currencies represent opposite extreme ends of the international monetary imbalance which has caused financial stress around the world.

One end you have the United States as the world’s largest debtor nation with the largest trade deficit. On the other you have China as the world’s largest creditor nation with the largest trade surplus. All other nations exist somewhere on the scale in-between these two positions.

Greatest Threat to the World Economy

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There are two threats which could merge to create one great threat.

First, diverging mandates of central bank policies around the world are developing as one of the greatest threats to the world economy. The systemic nature of this threat is in direct correlation with the imbalances which have grown within the international dollar based framework and the national responses to those imbalances.

As an example, while the Federal Reserve in America has started down the road of monetary policy normalization, other central banks, such as in Europe and Japan, are still struggling with recession economics and remain on the quantitative easing path. China is still struggling with deflating its massive credit bubble while at the same time broadening the internationalization of the renminbi.

Democrats Against the International Banking Interests

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Understanding the Liberal-Left Hatred of Donald Trump

Back on September 30, 2015 I published a piece titled The Bretton Woods Origin of the Cold War. In the article we reviewed how Harry Dexter White, the American leading the Bretton Woods negotiations in 1944, used counter-espionage tactics to trick the British and Soviets, along with other allied nations, into accepting the use of the USD as the international reserve currency.

British economist John Maynard Keynes and the Soviets were expecting to be using a true international currency called bancor as the unit of account in the new international monetary framework. The British were tricked into signing the agreement but the Soviets caught the play and refused to sign, which set off the tension which eventually evolved into the Cold War.