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.
Over the last few months there have been numerous articles titled Trump is Making China Great Again, or some variation of the same wording. There is a clear reason for this. The ending of the Trans-Pacific Partnership has provided China with the opportunity to strengthen its position in Asia which will contribute to the further construction of the Belt and Road Initiative. The withdrawal from the Paris Accord also provides China with the opportunity to step up and play more of a leadership role. Trump is even encouraging China to take the lead on handling the North Korean threat.
The reasoning and rational behind such statements are broad and well supported. Even the realignment which is taking place in the Middle East, and the discussions around NATO funding and renegotiating NAFTA are all meant to give America room to step back and allow for other nations and interests to fill the space and provide alternative support to that which has been provided under the reign of the USD.
Readers of POM have traveled along through these initial phases of the multilateral transformation armed with the fundamentals. There are so many moving pieces but the end objective is to rebalance the international monetary system and implement a system of global governance. This governance structure is being designed to encourage and build stability across the socioeconomic and geopolitical spheres.
The biggest piece of this transition is reforming the international monetary system. The hegemonic power and influence granted to America has been a direct result of the role of the dollar as the international reserve currency. The monetary system was designed around the use of the dollar and that system now needs to be re-organized and evolved to allow for the growth and expansion of emerging nations and a broader distribution of world wealth.
The POM thesis is postulating that the election of Donald Trump and his scripted political platform are designed to implement and package the multilateral transition to the American people and the world at large. So far this is appearing to be the case across the board.
In previous articles we have discussed the strategy related to the Trump scripting and how it relates to cognitive dissonance and Hegelian Dialectic techniques which are used to manipulate and transform mass populations. The populist nature of the Trump election, and the new modern nationalism which is being strategically used around the world, is serving as a backlash to the globalization which has been hammered across the alternative media spectrum for decades.
It should be expected that the new face of this globalization, which will be a world of reduced American influence and a reformed monetary system, will be sold as the backlash to the backlash. This new world governance framework will allow for the rebalancing of the international monetary system and the shifting of geopolitical alliances.
New trade agreements, exchange rate arrangements, shipping lanes and resource allocations will develop throughout the transition period. The populations of the G7 nations will repackage globalization as an anti-Trump policy which forces realignment in the world. This will alter the direction of global trade but will not destroy it. The same goes for other aspects of the transformation.
The global financial and monetary reform aspects will continue to move forward through a variety of strategies which can be adjusted for real world allowances and facts on the ground. US Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin has communicated the intent to continue working on these reforms to Financial Stability Board chair Mark Carney.
There is also the possibility that the American interests can be completely removed from the reform process and the IMF and other global institutions could move forward without US participation. The mechanisms are all in place for either path forward. America could become more isolated in the world, depending on the adjustments which need to take place in order to bring the mass population along with the transformation. Low resistance to the changes will mean that America could take part in reforming the global institutions and expanding the IMF quota amounts. High resistance could mean the opposite.
Whether the IMF and World Bank move ahead of American policy the path forward is clear and US monetary authorities will continue down the road paved by the Basel 3 mandates. The base foundation for the global transformation is the diversification and use of a multicurrency system. This means that one way or another, world liquidity will shift away from the USD towards the Chinese renminbi until a balance is achieved between both.
The backlash to globalization has been crafted and spread with strategic intent. It has been spread by the political right and alternative media, as the response to the political left and mainstream media elites. But the backlash to the backlash will be the world’s response to this growing political division and American isolationism. A better trap couldn’t have been set to ensnare the mass populations and nations of the world. – JC
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