Deep State Counter-Moves and Factual Monetary Analysis
An article this morning titled “Berlin calls for retaliation against ‘illegal’ US sanctions on Russia” draws focused attention to one of the foundational pillars of the POM thesis. This newest round of American sanctions threatens European energy security and is not aligned with trade agreements and the application of international law. This drives a further wedge between the Anglo-American establishment and the European Union, as Germany and others begin to shift towards the natural economic and geopolitical alliance with Russia, as well as the broader Eurasian Union.
The analysis which we have put forward since Donald Trump announced his candidacy for President was that the “Make America Great Again” campaign platform would be used to pull the United States back from the unipolar responsibilities which have governed international economics and relations since 1944. The gradual emergence of a multilateral framework will be constructed around a re-balanced world which eliminates the exorbitant privilege associated with the massive reserve accumulation of one nation’s domestic monetary assets.
We are now witnessing in real-time the implementation and transformation of the international architecture. Adjustments to NATO and United Nations funding, renegotiation of trade deals, geopolitical changes across the ideological spectrum, nations stepping up responsibility and moving into regional leadership roles, and the unfolding narrative that Trump is reducing America’s influence and power in the world, all fit the larger mandate and transformation methodology.
This transformation has to progress, but the elitist and legacy prone Anglo-American establishment wanted it to happen on their own terms so their liberal-left socialist agenda could continue in the western world. Decades of cultural and socioeconomic engineering are under threat of being reversed. This engineering is best viewed as the construction of business partnerships which were meant to further enrich those embedded within the establishment by fleecing the mass population. The foolish global warming and carbon tax schemes are a testament to the nature of this venture.
The Trump agenda is focused on morphing America into a willing multilateral partner. This would have to be packaged and sold as good for the American people – make America great again by reducing its power and influence in the world, while sharing wealth proportionately.
America’s habit of ignoring and breaking international laws and regulations will build the case for deeper transformation of international institutions. There are movements developing to replace the United Nations with alternatives, such as Covenant of Democratic Nations. Other institutions, such as the International Monetary Fund, are constructing frameworks which integrate with the new institutions of the emerging world.
The relationship between the IMF and the Chiang Mai Initiative Multilateralization (CMIM) was covered in the post Meet the Asian Monetary Fund. It was explained as follows:
“The CMIM also contains a portion which is linked to the IMF. This fact is the undeniable reality of the direct connection and multilateral planning which exists between international institutions like the IMF, and the Asian institutions which are being developed.”
“The IMF delinked portion does need to be expanded and increased so CMIM members can use the emergency lending component without going to the IMF, as that proved challenging and non-effective in the crisis of 1997 – 1998.”
“Currently the delinked portion is set at 30%, but will be increased to 40% to accommodate the volatility which will come with the Fed rate increase in September. The chart below defined the quota amounts of each member country along with the IMF delinked portions.”
Those words were written two years ago. Consider the statements by IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde last week that the IMF could move its head office to China at some point down the road. This has also been predicted within the POM analysis, as well as the IMF having a Chinese Managing Director at some point.
It is mindboggling that there are so many predictions and conclusions out there which contain no reference to the factual connections and integration which is taking place between the international institutions. Those promoting a collapse of the dollar and the imminent dumping of US Treasuries, amongst other absurd fallacies, have shown a complete lack of understanding about the monetary framework and the power and influence which the vast accumulation of USD denominated assets still provides America. There is nothing available which can provide even close to the amount of liquidity which comes from the dollar market.
The best path forward is to exchange and substitute dollar assets for other assets through agreed upon parameters which are aligned across the international spectrum. These agreements will not make it on the evening news. Most will not be noticed and will be presented to the mass populations in simplified terms using emotion loaded political language. The full process will take years to implement.
The recent Russian sanctions are an example of this process. The sanctions themselves force European nations to shift away from America and align with Russia. It provides the cover for America to save face and step back from the forefront. Whether Russia is playing along is difficult to discern. Though the patience they are showing would suggest they are.
The risk is in the remnants of the Anglo-American establishment becoming unpredictable and creating a situation where major players are forced into confrontation. The ongoing deep state against Trump saga in Washington is creating a certain amount of uncertainty. Likewise, the migrant crisis which is affecting Europe is meant to prevent those nations from aligning with Russia. Anglo-American establishment financier George Soros is driving this crisis for the purpose of keeping Europe and Russia divided.
Strategies and counter-strategies are building immense confusion amongst those who attempt to analyze and decipher such matters. The best we can do is watch for the long-trend patterns and use what we know to view world events from different perspectives. The Russian sanctions are an attempt by the Anglo-American establishment to prevent the full transformation. But these actions contribute to the reduction of American hegemonic power and influence, which facilitates the multilateral transition. No matter what the establishment attempts the results will be the same. Each counter move puts them back in checkmate. But a cornered animal can be dangerous. – JC
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