The Take Down of George Soros – Part Two

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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.

The Subprime Attack on the Weak (FREEPOM)

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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.

Is North Korea an American Puppet State?

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By JC Collins

The cartoonish nature of North Korea follows the exact “boogeyman” geopolitical scripting which the western mind has been conditioned to accept and promote within its own cultural dialectic. It’s all too convenient and weird. Not to mention that none of the nation’s aligning against the Anglo-American establishment, such as Russia, China, Iran, Syria, India, and now the Philippines, have made alliances with the North Korean government. It stands alone as a bizarre state on the edge of the Eurasian continent which justifies an American military presence.

WAR (FREEPOM)

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Risk Increases with Desperate Turkish Coup Attempt

By JC Collins

In the months leading up to the Western-backed coup in Ukraine it was widely being reported that the government in Kiev was strengthening economic and geopolitical relations with both Russia and China. The situation for Ukraine was precarious as building strong ties with the larger Eurasian zone offered benefits above and beyond remaining exclusively in the sphere of the EU and America.

Preventing the Unification of Eurasia

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An Anglo-American Strategy of Encirclement

By JC Collins

One of the strangest historical discrepancies from the past one hundred years can be found in the financing of Nazi Germany by the Anglo-American banking establishment based in New York and London. This has been discussed in the past but has recently been re-visited by Yuri Rubtsov, doctor of historical sciences, academician of the Russian Academy of Military Sciences, and member of the International Association of Historians of World War Two.

How China is using the SDR to Reduce American Sovereignty

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By JC Collins

After the financial crisis back in 2008 monetary and fiscal planners around the world became increasingly concerned about the effects of the Triffin Paradox. The large accumulation of US dollars in the foreign exchange reserve accounts around the world forced discussions on dollar alternatives and paths forward which could be taken to rebalance the international monetary framework.

The two major players in these discussions were the United States and China, both of whom play opposing and diametric positions within the international system, with the International Monetary Fund acting as the pivot point.

On Trump, Geopolitical Shifts, and Wildfires (FREEPOM)

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By JC Collins

As I watch my home town of Fort McMurray continue to burn, and reflect on all the years I spent there, the world goes on.

May 3, 2016 will forever be seared on my heart and mind. So much happened that day - it was my youngest sons 17th birthday, Trump won Indiana and secured the GOP nomination, I purchased a new car earlier in the day, the wildfire blew back into Fort McMurray in the afternoon – and by evening I was on the phone with my brother as he was trying to get out of town with a wall of fire behind him.

It is a fragment of time with a reflection that will remain forever.

The Externalization of Scripting

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One answer has to do with the coming US dollar depreciation. It is my prediction that the dollar will see around a 30% depreciation against the currencies of its largest trading partners. This depreciation will be the effect of changes to the international reserve framework. These changes will be focused on rebalancing the foreign exchange account reserves between multiple currencies, which will now include the Chinese renminbi. But the SDR will also play a role in this rebalancing.

Regional War, Crude Production, and a Depreciating Dollar (FREEPOM)

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How the Collapse of the House of Saud could salvage the Global Economy

By JC Collins

This is a follow up to the article titled “Are We on the Eve of War - Is the US Leading Saudi Arabia down the Kuwaiti Invasion Road?” published on February 9, 2016.

Saudi Arabia could quickly find itself on the wrong side of international geopolitics. The course which could lead the Kingdom down this path would be a combination of refusing to cut oil production in an effort to boost the value of crude, and the strategy which it has implemented along with Turkey to overthrow the Assad government in Syria.

Dealing with the conflict in Syria first, we see that the both Saudi Arabia and Turkey have pushed the world’s powers into a position where war between Russia and NATO has become a real possibility. Such a conflict must be avoided at all costs. The regional ambitions of both countries have collapsed in front of the continuous military onslaught from the joint forces of Russia, Iran, Hezbollah, along with the Syrian government forces themselves.

Aloha from the South China Sea (FREEPOM)

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Chinese Capital Outflows and the Buying of American Business Interests

By JC Collins

Early last year the Chinese government threatened the United States with funding and arming Hawaiian independence activists who want to restore the islands’ constitutional monarchy. The story passed with little fanfare until just days ago when the Chinese made a comparison between setting up defensive arms on the man-made islands in the South China Sea, to the US establishing military facilities on the Hawaiian Islands.