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.
Those who have not yet read the Bretton Woods Cold War piece should do so as it provides the foundation of this article.
The international banking interests, for all intents and purpose, used the Anglo-American establishment through many geopolitical stages. From the height of the British Empire up through the East India Trading Company and into the development of American hegemony, the international banking interests have always maintained a form of control and influence over world events and trends.
Whether these interest supported the USD in 1944, or wanted the bancor, is difficult to determine. But what we can state is that the creation of the Special Drawing Right (SDR) in 1969 was the first step towards transitioning the monetary framework away from the USD.
The Anglo-American establishment which grew up around the hegemonic role of the USD would force the continued use of the dollar as the international unit of account. The SDR was undermined and continued to be undermined for decades. Even after the financial crisis of 2007 and 2008 when China and other world players suggested that the SDR be used to re-balance the system and replace the USD as the international unit of account, the Anglo-American interests refused to implement International Monetary Fund (IMF) reforms which would work towards that goal.
When we look at the full picture of the original Bretton Woods agreement, and the subsequent challenges to that framework over the decades, including the more recent refusal to implement reforms, we see that the Democratic party held the reins of government in America.
During the original Bretton Woods negotiations the Democrats controlled the Executive and both the House and Senate. This made it simple to setup the negotiations and put the right people in position to be involved and direct the flow.
When Republican President Richard Nixon ended the gold peg to the USD in 1971 both the House and Senate were controlled by the Democrats. Closing the dollar gold window was a major setback for the Bretton Woods system which could very well have contributed to the Democrats aggressive attacks on Nixon and his eventual resignation.
We are now experiencing another savage attack on a Republican President as the Democrats, who are now in minority power in the House and Senate, are fabricating whole news cycles in their attempts to move Trump towards impeachment.
Readers of the article How Rothschild Inc. Saved Donald Trump will understand that the current American President is aligned with the international banking interests and the strategy to transform the international monetary system into a true multi-currency framework which will begin to implement the SDR as the global unit of account.
The SDR is in essence the modern version of the bancor, and its broader use is supported by Russia, China, India, Iran, and a host of other nations who are beginning to create currency swap arrangements with one another, as well as start building new international trade agreements and socioeconomic unions which will not be structured around the use of the USD.
It has been the thesis of this site that the Anglo-American establishment is no longer aligned with the international banking interests and as such, Trump and his external alliances, are working towards removing the Anglo-American establishment, along with its fabricated geopolitical theatre stages, such as North Korea, Syria, etc.., in order to clear the way for the broader use of the SDR and the implementation of a multilateral monetary framework which will begin to correct the imbalances which have been caused by the unipolar USD framework.
This liberal-left establishment within the American political body is also aligned with some establishment characters on the Republican side. It is these “Republicans” who are the real threat to Trump, as they could sway the House and Senate towards impeachment. The constant savage attacks upon Trump are intensifying and could very well lead to some dramatic fireworks in the weeks and months ahead.
This liberal-left Democratic establishment killed one of their own in 1963, and have removed a President in 1971 through the threat of impeachment, and also fired a warning shot at another President in the 1980’s. These people are supported by a rabid leftist media and education system who will fabricate and lie on an obscene scale.
The lines and divisions in this semi-quiet shadow war are constantly moving and transforming, but there are the obvious ones which remain stable. The fact that the Democrats held power during the Bretton Woods conference in 1944, and also held power in the Congress during the closing of the gold window and resignation of Nixon, while also holding power in Congress and the Executive when the American administration continuously delayed implementing legislation to support IMF reforms, should not be considered a coincidence.
The fact that Trump is clearly aligned with the international banking interests and the Democrats are doing everything within their power to remove him from officer, should be the last piece of evidence that we need to make our final determination on what is happening in the world.
Trump is obviously continuing some of the same international policies and strategies which have been in play for many years and decades. Those who are behind Trump domestically may want to change some domestic policies, but the macro international direction will continue. Those banking and corporate interests which are behind the Democrats wish to continue using the USD in its global role and find another method to correct the imbalances. Those behind Trump want to transition the international system off the USD and replace it gradually with the SDR and use the Chinese RMB to work alongside the dollar towards this end.
How desperate one side gets will have to be seen. Russia, China, and other powers, have not openly rushed to embrace Trump and his international strategies for the simple fact that Trump has a domestic Democrat problem which has to be dealt with first. Neither nation is interested in weakening its position only to find out that the those behind the Democrats have somehow regained power in America.
It’s also no coincidence that Russia is now the big enemy again, like they were during the Cold War.
It also should be obvious to most readers that Russia, and especially China, are supporting and implementing policies and mandates of the international banking interests. China, for the most part, could very well be the blueprint of the future world socioeconomic framework. But for now we will have to wait and see if the pesky Democrats can outwit the international banking interests. – JC
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