SDR & the New Bretton Woods - Part Three

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The Real Global Currency Reset

Have no doubt about it, the so called Global Currency Reset is already happening, and it’s happening by the International Monetary Fund restructuring the world’s wealth through the emerging markets.  Sovereign debt is at a 200 year high.  Fiat currencies are on the verge of collapse.  Stock markets are hovering over nothing but the illusionary ether from which they climbed.  And if you listen carefully you’ll notice that all countries are speaking from the same script.

So how did we get here?

Though this is a multi-part series, all the other essays on have something to do with the process which has come to be called the Global Currency Reset or the Great Consolidation.  Such a complex process is not easily understood or easily explained.

Revolutions are ideal methods to exact transformation upon a civilization.  The banking powers which still control the world today gained that control through revolutions such as the French Revolution, the Bolshevik Revolution, etc. They are working within the same methodology today.

french revolution

We are seeing mass protests against governments for the sovereign debt problem which is threatening the world with total collapse.  What is little understood by the majority of the people is that the sovereign debt problems are being caused and facilitated by the very same banks that will stand to gain from any global currency reset.  The reset will be the solution offered in response to the reaction of the people, being the protests and revolutions, which stems from the problem of sovereign debt and currency collapse.

Can we not see through the smoke and mirrors too observe the obviousness of the Hegelian Dialectic at play?  The banks take control of most of the countries of the world through revolution, war, famine, economic sanctions, and then set up central banks in these countries.  The central bank of each country quickly gets to work on lending the government of their respective countries the debt money it needs to function and maintain the carefully engineered economic equilibrium of the population.

Eventually sovereign debt becomes too large and the whole system is threatened with collapse.

Once again, how did we come to be here?

What we are witnessing is a carefully worded script to effect the problem, reaction, solution of the Hegelian Dialectic.  This script is being written by the Bank for International Settlements.  The B.I.S. decides and disseminates all central banking policies and regulations for the central banks of each country in the world.

Today’s “problem” began, for the most part, with the 1988 Basel Accord.  This accord was engineered by the B.I.S. through its main location in Basel, Switzerland.  The Basel One regulation set minimum capital requirements for the central banks of the world.  This policy was trickled down to the chartered banks within each country.  On the surface Basel One appeared harmless.

It wasn’t until the Basel Two regulations came out many years later that the first red flag should have been noticed.  This regulation, along with the minimum requirements of Basel One, allowed the banks to increase their risk by way of leverage and investments.  It can be argued that Basel Two regulations were directly responsible for the subprime mortgage crisis of 2008.  Therein the “problem” is given full birth.

From then on the “problem” develops into corporate bail-outs and eventually onto the sovereign debt crisis we are facing today.

The solution is found in the Basel Three regulations.  In brief, these regulations force banks to increase assets and lays out the structure for currencies to become commodity supported.  It is in this regulation that the Bank for International Settlements puts forth the final stage to the great consolidation, of which the global currency reset is but one part.

It’s interesting that many on the internet are saying that the banking powers of the world are about to be overthrown because of the Basel Three regulations and the economic reset which will come as a product of its full implementation by 2018.  Isn’t it recognized that the Basel Three regulations are a product of those same banking powers?  They’re certainly not overthrowing themselves.

What is happening is the tightening down of the bolts, the closing of loopholes, and the streamlining of processes.  When it’s all said and done, the Bank for International Settlements will have more control than they do today.  Period.

With that being said, there is evidence of negotiations taking place behinds the scenes. Let’s not rely on rumor and internet conjecture for this evidence.  Let’s go directly to the International Monetary Fund itself.

In the I.M.F. press release dated January 23rd, 2014, it states the following:

“The Executive Board reiterates the importance and urgency of the 2010 Reforms for strengthening the Fund’s effectiveness and legitimacy. This includes ensuring that, as a quota-based institution, the Fund has sufficient permanent resources to meet members’ needs and that its governance structure evolves in line with members’ changing positions in the world economy.”

What they are saying here is that the implementation of the new Executive Board, which includes China and other BRICS countries (See SDR’s and the New Bretton Woods – Part One) needs to happen as soon as possible.  These new members will make much needed capital injections into the quota fund to meet overall member needs.  Here we need to consider the sovereign debt of all the countries of the world and the consolidation of this debt through the I.M.F. as it was designed to be.  It also makes clear that the governance structure of the Executive Board will reflect the “members changing positions in the world economy”.

Let’s continue with the press release.

“The Executive Board proposes that the deadline for the completion of the Fifteenth Review be moved from January 2014 to January 2015. Furthermore, the Executive Board recognizes that the immediate priority is the effectiveness of the Fourteenth Review and Board Reform Amendment. Accordingly, the Executive Board proposes that the Board of Governors adopt a Resolution expressing its deep regret that the Fourteenth Review and the Board Reform Amendment have not become effective and urge the remaining members who have not yet accepted the Fourteenth Review quota increases and the Board Reform Amendment to do so without further delay”.

So in the first sentence the I.M.F. is clearly suggesting that the deadline for the economic reset be pushed out to January, 2015.  On top of that, it’s calling for a “resolution” expressing their disappointment that some members have yet to accept the new quota regulations and are pushing those members to implement the changes “without further delay”.

Don’t let the “quota increases” term fool you.  What they are talking about here is surrender of the economic sovereignty of member countries.  In this simple term will be found the passage of ownership over the Federal Reserve System to foreign powers.  And remember, as we learned in Part One of this series, Jack Lew of the Treasury is pushing Congress to pass legislation which will support what the I.M.F. is requesting.

As we move through the year and get closer and closer to the Great Consolidation it will be important to remain focused on what is really happening.  The Great Consolidation will be the relinquishing of sovereignty and the Global Currency Reset will be one of the major steps towards this end.

We will hear more of the sovereign debt issue.  We will witness the turmoil of the currency exchange markets.  Revolutions will take place on the television right before our eyes.  The people of the world will be told daily that the collapse of the whole system is imminent.  At some point, the negotiations hinted at above will be concluded.  The currencies of the world will be revalued and the debts of the world consolidated.

Make no mistake about it, the Global Currency Reset and the Great Consolidation will mean the end of sovereignty, including the sovereignty of the United States.

And at the same time, all the countries of the world continue to develop police state procedures along with the implementation of technologies to ensure successful management of the “reaction” stage of the Hegelian Dialectic Triad.

This is the real Global Currency Reset.  Order out of chaos.

riot police

There were other matters which I wanted to cover in part three of this series.  But I felt it was important to set a few things straight about the reset first.  In the next installment we will get back on track and delve once again into the structure of SDR compositions.  We will take a closer look at specific regions, including Canada and the Keystone XL Pipeline, agreements between Iraq and Iran on oil strategies (hint: so called “dinarians” are not going to be happy), and how all sovereign debts, including historical bonds, will be included in the Great Consolidation.    – JC

SDR's and the New Bretton Woods - Part One

SDR's and the New Bretton Woods - Part Two

SDR's and the New Bretton Woods - Part Four

Supplemental:  The Failed Alchemical Process of America

Supplemental: America's Karma and World War Two Gold Theft

18 Comments on “SDR & the New Bretton Woods - Part Three”

  1. JC,

    I like the way you think and find your articles very enlightening and please understand that my questions are based on my desire to clarify, not challenge.
    In your post you said: “The banks take control of most of the countries of the world through revolution, war, famine, economic sanctions, and then set up central banks in these countries.” I assume we are talking about the last 30 or so years, not a new development?
    Also: “We are seeing mass protests against governments for the sovereign debt problem” Where are these mass protests, I know we have seen the Arab spring sweep through the middle east but this was not a sovereign debt revolt. Do you feel the people really understand what sovereign debt even is?

    My understanding of the Basel regulations is that they decreased the banks ability to leverage beyond a certain level “The Basel One regulation set minimum capital requirements for the central banks of the world.” you are saying it actually forces the banks to INCREASE liquidity, am I reading this correctly that you are using the word liquidity as I would leverage? I interpretted that the regulations layed out a structure for currencies to become asset supported and the overall tenor of the "restraints" suggested as a positive direction. I must not be reading correctly. Of course as the regulations were drawn up by the same controlling members of the past 50 years so this does raise a red flag.

  2. Thanks for your comments. First, in regards to revolutions and such, I'm referring everything between the French Revolution of 1793 and now. More than 200 years.

    As for protests, research the European protests against austerity. Research the food shortage protests of other regions. These are all symptoms of sovereign debt.

    It was only Basel 3 which is attempting to increase liquidity. Liquidity being the institutions ability to payback a debt. Leverage is defined as debt or credit. (EDIT: WP - I'm probably making this more complicated than needed. Increasing liquidity increases the ability to pay or service the date. But in turn creates more debt. What I was truly attempting to get at was that Basel 3 raises the amount of assets required so that the debt/asset ratio is leaner. My thoughts get convoluted at times. Thanks for forcing me to think this through further. I stand corrected.)

    Currencies becoming asset backed is a good thing. The question is how long can it last. I would suspect that the currencies will only be asset supported by 50%. The other 50% will be fiat.

    In 1944 during the Bretton Woods agreement the U.S. dollar was pegged to the value of gold by 30%. That lasted until 1971 when Nixon separated the two. That was a total of 27 years.

  3. I feel that Basil 3 is yet another stepping stone to consolidation into a global currency placing tighter international restrictions on the way a country can tax and spend... having to consider the world as a whole rather than their own national interests.

    For whatever reason, and I know this is not a topic in the article, Bitcoin seems to be a beta test for a global cyber/ paperless currency parading itself as independent to market influence and manipulation. Some Bitcoin experts talk about the integration of crypto currency by nations as "if you can't beat em, join em". To have such massive returns for early adaptors of Bitcoin makes it all the more enticing for people to hop on the band wagon and buy in. Next thing we know, we will all have a chip in our arm with all our Crypto currency wallet ID's and passwords.

    JC, I'd like to know you're thoughts on Bitcoin and how it fits into the world of currency.

    And you're posts are very insightful and timely. Thanks!

  4. Thanks for the comments. I agree with you about Bitcoin. My own opinion is that Bitcoin is worse than fiat paper. It's virtually nothing. If I can't hold it physically in my hand than I don't want it.

    Bitcoin, or some version of a crypto currency, will be integrated into the system of how money is moved and temporarily stored. I see smaller bank locations closing over the coming years as the advance of technology continues. As such, a version of Bitcoin could serve the function of transfer only. I doubt that it will ever become a currency in and of itself. Though I could be wrong.

  5. JC Collins,

    Love the insight, but would like some clarity on the following:

    We will take a closer look at specific regions, including Canada and the Keystone XL Pipeline, agreements between Iraq and Iran on oil strategies (hint: so called “dinarians” are not going to be happy), and how all sovereign debts, including historical bonds, will be included in the Great Consolidation.

    hint - so called "Dinarians" are not going to be happy? Can you help me with the hint - please.

    1. JC, you never responded to my questions/comment the on tuesday, could you please, thanks

      On Wed, Feb 5, 2014 at 10:29 AM, philosophyofmetrics wrote:

      > Mr. Questions! commented: "JC Collins, Love the insight, but would > like some clarity on the following: We will take a closer look at specific > regions, including Canada and the Keystone XL Pipeline, agreements between > Iraq and Iran on oil strategies (hint: so called "dinaria" >

  6. Hi JC...

    I stumbled upon your site. Great to see some like minded people ?! I have been on the SDR subject for a couple of years at this site.

    You can appreciate I am taking this seriously with some extended research, as you are. I am going to go through your SDR posts and pick up upon themes I am not fully understanding or that I have developed a differing opinion on and hopefully we can discuss further.

  7. Richard, great site. Lots of information. I'm surprised I never came across it before. I'll definitely read it thoroughly and recommend that the readers of my blog also read the material you've provided.

  8. Jc
    How is it that the code of reforms relinquishes state sovereignty and also Transfers ownership of fed reserve. Also what do the Iraq Iran deals have to do with the dinar?

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