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Will the Real American Agenda Please Stand Up

SK O'Neal
17 December, 2014


All global-economic and  military strategic considerations regarding the United States are, in my view, best understood -not- in terms of how ostensive foreign and domestic polices serve the interests of the American people, but with the use of the American economic and military assets as the enforcement arm of Old World money, mobilizing world resources to effect a high standard of living for this or any nation only as long as it is useful for that process of enforcement in its greater global context.  Likewise the term "New World Order" can be viewed as patently ironic, as it means precisely the opposite to its notional linguistic impulse; it is, in practical reality, the preservation of the Old World Order, the few ruling the many through sustained fear and ignorance, under its ubiquitous psychological operator, duplicity.   For thousands of years every voice that dared tempt a contagion in mens' hearts to free themselves from such doctrines has faced the lethal urgency of the rulers' greatest fear - that their subjects would finally awaken. 

Military Enforcement of Resource Policy

Hodges[1] has again made valuable observations regarding the status of the ongoing global currency war that has, at least on a face value level, evolved from the decades long censure of Third World nations that resisted the insidious control of the petrodollar in an attempt to engage the Second World under the same strategy.[footnote, 13]  The conventional consequences of such a policy can hardly be expected to escape from the think tanks, therefore we must seek less conventional explanations.  That the Second World has just become the First World in economic terms also cannot have escaped them.   Without the varnish of Cold War geopolitics, proxy conflicts such as Korea and Vietnam have now evolved to interventions, for instance in Ukraine, that in its equivalence to Russia, is the American version of Texas, albeit arguably apostate.  The execution of global policy through control of food (and also water[16]) reached a prominent juncture in Egypt several years ago as the strategic theater in North Africa and the Middle East marched through Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Yemen and now are stalled in Syria and the eventual involvements with Iran.  The complex issues related to food and water manipulation are numerous[2],[3],[4],[5],[6],[7],[8],[9], and mirror the traditional mainstay- energy.

Role of Brinkmanship

As the risks and consequences are so high, there are no apparent redeeming properties to a global strategy that employs or otherwise ends in thermonuclear war, including any level of priority proffered to eugenic philosophies.  It is also difficult to imagine that a genuine global conflict using conventional armaments will not ultimately go nuclear.  Brinkmanship by its very nature is bluff underpinned by the measured willingness of each party to face annihilation in preference to enslavement.  But this assumes that nations' leaders are acting in behalf of the interests of their people, or at least that the protection of the people insures other highly valued interests.  If such a condition is true for one side of a conflict but not the other, then, upon sufficient evidence of the failure of loyalty by one side's leaders, it is possible to predict the subjugation of that population by the other through means other than precipitous military conflict.  JFK and Khrushchev in 1962 appear to have genuinely acted in the interests of their respective people, and it is notable that JFK continued to do so in the domain of domestic monetary policy, possibly paying with his life[14].  Our situation does not appear to resemble that of 1962.   Pandemic intellectual and ethical shortfalls of our Legislative Branch whose norms are now arguably commonplace to the confused society they govern, and an unfathomable plethora of evidence of organic deception and flagrant irregularities suggesting treason and patently Hitlerian doctrines implemented through obtuse extrapolations by the Executive Branch, imbue every proposition for our nation's course with a sub rosa agenda not in keeping with the common defense of the people.  

Monetary Considerations

I recently discussed with a banker friend the Federal Reserve's intention to raise interest rates to about three and  a quarter percent over a twelve to eighteen month period.  It is worth noting here that Lindsey Williams has repeatedly mentioned for several years that Fed interest rate increase is an indicator of the end of the current quasi-equilibrium socioeconomic condition.  What ever one may think of Williams' propositions, there remain the consequences of nontrivial interest rates in the debt and derivatives structure that now has more or less fully metastasized, and which depends upon zero load borrowing and even negative[10].  Few analysts will disagree that any significant rise seriously risks a monumental financial collapse.  Most will agree that the debt-usury fiat currencies are intrinsically unstable without periodic systemic corrections, and that global finances stand today in the specter of a long overdue financial fault line [12].  An important question is whether such a super-critical debt structure as we have now will develop a paroxysmal runaway instability or whether those who hold custody over current affairs will choose to preemptively blast the avalanche in accordance with their own schedule.  War and financial catastrophes effectively never happen by accident, although the greatest monolith of public deception maintains the premise that they do.  The American public and indeed the litmus from our legislators are almost entirely unaware of this situation.  As I have discussed elsewhere, there exists an unnerving and pervasive defilement of human ethos in the halls of our public and corporate institutions that increases the probability that despite their own intellectual power and intentions, the ethical deficit will underestimate spiritual-sociological components, and an unplanned catastrophe will ensue, including the possibility of nuclear conflict.  Other indications of instability exist at comparatively routine levels, and the other part of the conversation mentioned above included the recent decision by the Fed to hold off the advent of interest rate increases.  Some analysts have suggested that the Fed has essentially lost control through conventional means, and that de-facto monetization is being achieved through other means.  One of those means is drastically increased taxation[15] and the other is seizure of retirement funds (Dave Hodges)[11].  One implication is the ultimate explosion of inflation, but this is a complex issue due to the present currency deflation due to "flight to quality" by a number of nations, including the collapsing Russian ruble.  Hodges makes the argument that the urgency of the ruble situation puts a time limit on appeal to war by Putin, based in part upon Russia's approximately twelve month financial and petroleum reserves, see again,[1].  Martin Armstrong and some others suggest that the dollar will ultimately win out, but this view must be weighed in terms of considerable evidence that the US is being retired from its First World position, especially from its position as a consumer nation.  Another indication of long term (or perhaps medium term now) trends is the ultimate inflation from explosive monetization, and one other interesting argument.  If pension funds are annuitied en masse, then the long standing view that the government must inflate its way out of its debt (a situation now reaching pluperfect proportions) it is logical that annuitisation has not yet occurred because of transient deflationary effects of world currency conditions, but that at some point in the not too distant future the opposite situation will manifest, and it will be most desirable for the government to have taken the many trillions in retirement accounts, harvested at their maximum point in a strong, deflated dollar, and then obligated as annuity payments in a later period of massively inflated dollars.  An additional consideration is the premature death of a large segment of the aged population who will then effective forfeit non-dispersed funds.  Biases in the Affordable Care Act are consistent with such a philosophy, as so too is the more complex situation of a national emergency that will produce a high mortality rate among the boomer aging generation.  The temporal line of either war or economic turbulence appears to range from a few months defined by Putin's reserve limitations, to possibly over eighteen months, as the Fed holds off the effect of rising interest rates.  It is arguable that the forestalling of higher interest rates is connected with an intended moderation of decline in oil prices that could be from pressure by the oil corporations, and competes with the strategy of exacerbating economic sanctions against Russia that may be amplified by increasing rates and further dropping oil price. 

Comparatively orderly implementations of such policies are arguably preferred by the elite global echelons, and this includes avoidance of nuclear war.  Other means to achieve programmed genocide are feasible.  One further indication of a final phase of dollar hyperinflation is observation of the ultimate effect of deeply suppressed oil prices for an extended period, resulting in longstanding or permanent shifts in the control of oil and other resources, and the extremely poor prognosis of the American currency and economic position, barring certain effects of war and conquest. 

Summing Up

The ongoing debate over the course of the dollar appears to be time dependent, with deflation as a temporary effect of global destabilization.  The long term expectation is arguably the ultimate failure and inflation of a fiat currency system that has been allowed to realize its greatest historical potential through consumption of the seed corn of yet another great empire, but this time, possessing nuclear explosives, and in the shadow of a people who have run out of West to escape to.  The strange participant in this arena is the concurrent collapse of American buying power that will analytically neutralize the effects of this inflation, but spawn a deceitful socioeconomic status in which the people are technically solvent but under conditions of financial servitude that our nation's forefathers specifically constituted our nation to preclude.  The intent to substantially risk or purposefully enter nuclear war does not appear to be consistent with the global masters' interests, but a cloaked risk of it rides upon their pale horse.  Ultimately, it must be remembered that both Kennedy and Khrushchev did reserve a contingent that would slip out of the realm of bluff, as no man who is truly free will yield his freedom to slavery in avoidance of war, even nuclear, for slavery is slavery and death is death.  So goeth the meaning of "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death,"  with the only reservation that even the smallest stone has not been left unturned, that one might prevent the annihilation of not only himself, but the many others who might perish for want of just one more vestige of effort that could avoid fulfilling that dreadful equation of necessity.  Whispering into the ear of every American is the question of loyalty and competence of its leaders, and the true agenda being executed upon them.  Shall real leaders of the people somehow rise to the coming occasion, or shall those of us who survive make our new profession in burying the dead?  Are we free men who now attend our garden of harsh reality, or are we to remain as a nation and people - pawns, self-made slaves?

                                "Slavery is the worst kind of violence"  - MK Gandhi



This article discusses the financial connexions between food and financial Armageddon

This article discusses food and money in global terms
[3]John Vidal, environmental editor  Guardian, UK  10-25-10     Global food crisis forecast as prices reach record highs

These two articles discuss the manipulation of food prices and availability and Agenda 21(UN - global - depopulation )

[4]Food and Depopulation: International Takeover by the UN  Cassandra Anderson June 16, 2010
[5]Crisis Plays into Global Eliteís Demand for Population Stabilization Susanne Posel
September 8, 2012

Effects of food price controls in countries with trade difficulties
[6]see (International Man, 12-15-14) article discussing food shortages in Venezuela due to price controls; people emptying shelves to sell food across border.

HR 875 - and the control of US food supply
[7]Bilderberger Plot to Control U.S. Food Supply Infowars  March 7, 2009

Concern for global food supply shortage - Russian grain
[8]Fears grow over global food supply By Javier Blas in London, Courtney Weaver in Moscow and Simon Mundy in Johannesburg Published: September 2 2010 19:25 | Last updated: September 2 2010 19:25
[9]The London Telegraph  1.31.2011 Ambrose Evans-Pritchard Egypt and Tunisia usher in the new era of global food revolutions


Issue of disparity between the Bankers  and the public - notably that the QE monies that inflate the dollar are not reaching main street, but are inflating Wall Street - this is a primary indicator for the ultimate collapse of stocks when the game changes - especially through the default of IRA and 401k accounts when the paper backing them fails.
"America's poorer half trapped in Depression as Wall St booms 09 Jan 2011



[13]footnote - Discussed elsewhere, Western strategy in the Middle East and North Africa, while not different in philosophy from other global interventions, are characterized by the control of petroleum commerce and sanctioning of nations not willing to accept the petrodollar hegemony.  What is new is the degree to which such a philosophy is being applied to Russia, a qualitatively different adversary than Iran, Libya and Venezuela.

[14]A number of treatments have offered a views of JFK's attempt to normalize the dollar away from the Federal Reserve usury interest structure, and arguments of his assassination on that basis.

[15]Numerous, Jim Rickards see for instance per effects on metals,

[16]See James McCanney's discussions and publications regarding control of water.℠ (Right-side navigation page SSI insertion)