- This coming war with Iran is inevitable. It will be the start of World War 3. But do not be deceived, this is a war against the sheeple. The Illuminist ruling elite are once again setting up 2 opposing forces to trigger this war: Zionist West vs Muslim World. This has nothing to do with religion or terrorism. It is simply a Satanic master plan to destroy the current world system to usher in their Luciferian New World Order. The way I see it: Zionist Israel will be sacrificed and used to launch an attack on Iran.
- I do not believe the Illuminati will be successful in ramming their fascist policies down the sheeple’s throat. Just look at Greece. The people are waking up. They know they are being ‘raped’ by Illuminist banksters. Thus, the Brotherhood of Darkness will trigger their war plans to distract the sheeple and do a mass culling. There are alot more of us than them. Their fear is that the sheeple will get so pissed that the French Guillotine will come out. Something like 300,000 french ruling elite lost their heads.
- The Trilateral Commission is part of the shadow Illuminist government. You should have no doubts that their plans are executed. The politician puppets take their orders from: Trilateral Commission, Council on Foreign Relations and Bilderberg Group. If they don’t they will be gone, peacefully or ‘suicided’ ! Remember JFK?
Trilateral Commission Wants War With Iran
Trilateral Commission member Mikhail Slobodovsici, a chief adviser to the Russian leadership, unwittingly provided a revealing insight into the plans of the global elite during the group’s recent meeting in Dublin Ireland, when he mistakenly told a We Are Change Ireland activist he thought was a fellow TC member that the globalists are planning a war with Iran.
According to Jim Tucker’s fascinating report on the story, Slobodovsici also let slip to We Are Change Ireland’s Alan Keenan that the Trilateralists and their BIlderberg counterparts are intent on exploiting the economic crisis to finalize plans for a world government, but that this agenda is being severely hampered by so-called “nationalists” who are becoming increasingly aware of the impact that global government will have on their freedom and standards of living.
“We are deciding the future of the world,” Slobodovsici told Keenan. “We need a world government,” he said, but, referring to Iran, said “we need to get rid of them.” “Suddenly, Slobodovsici noticed that Keenan’s nametag was different from the TC label and said: “I can’t talk—we operate under Chatham House rules,” reports Tucker.
Slobodovsici’s position on Iran is both alarming and surprising in equal measure, given that Russia has been generally supportive of Iran’s right to develop a peaceful nuclear fuel program and has directly helped build reactors. Tucker also reveals that Trilateralists are crestfallen at how their plans for global government and centralization of power are being so fiercely resisted.
“It gets worse every year, not better,” one said. “Why do we even bother to meet anymore?” “We can’t simply give up and quit,” another responded. “Bilderberg expects us to have a plan outlined.”
The fact that the elite had planned to have their world government fully operational by 2000 and are ten years overdue has been much cause for concern amongst Trilateralists, reports Tucker.
“TC boys are upset they were unable to exploit the economic crisis they helped generate by creating a world “treasury department” under the UN. They blame “rising nationalism” and ask “how those people knew about this,” according to witnesses inside the TC hotel.”
The continuing collapse of the euro threatens to derail the entire march towards global governance, a problem the elitists want to address by cranking up the printing presses in an effort to pour more money into failing states like Greece, Portugal and Spain.
The fact that a We Are Change Ireland activist was able to fool a Trilateral Commission member into spilling the beans on the globalists’ agenda is astounding. As was underscored recently by members of the Sovereign Independent who confronted David Rockefeller during the same meeting in Dublin, Trlaterals do not enjoy the same intense security that is afforded to the Bilderberg Group during their annual confab.
Bilderberg are set to convene at the Hotel Dolce Sitges near Barcelona Spain from June 4-7 for their annual meeting at which they will cover similar ground to the issues that were up for debate at the Trilateral conference in Dublin. Read Jim Tucker’s full report on the Trilateral meeting at the American Free Press website
- We are very close to a global monetary crisis. All fiat currencies are in trouble. Would you rather have gold which is money for 5000+ years or pieces of fiat currencies printed out of thin air by profligate governments? The choice is obvious: Gold ! The Euro has collapsed to the $1.23x handle against the USD. So much for the bailout last weekend. It only supported the Euro for 10 minutes to $1.30x before it collapsed to $1.27x. The Daily Mail UK reports:
Fears that the euro is heading for collapse have prompted panic buying of gold coins and bars. Austria’s mint, which makes a bestselling gold coin, has warned it may run out of stock as investors seek a safe haven from Europe’s threatened currency.
And banking giant UBS reported its sales desks are ‘exceptionally busy’ coping with heightened demand for coins and small bars, much of it coming from Germany. Swiss refinery Argor-Heraeus estimates demand for small gold bars and minted products has jumped tenfold since the start of the year.
The news came as the euro took another fall amid fears that the £640billion EU/IMF rescue plan hatched over the weekend would fail to secure the single currency’s future. Against the dollar, the single currency fell under $1.254 – not far from the 14-month low of $1.25 it struck a week ago. Marcus Grubb, of the World Gold Council, an industry body representing miners, said there was anecdotal evidence of a sharp increase in purchases of coins. ‘
‘There has been a spike in demand for physical products in the past week or so,’ said Mr Grubb. ‘Scepticism about the euro has been strongest in Germany. Retail investors are voting with their feet and buying gold coins. They are concerned about the currency.’
The price of gold traded at $1,233.95 a troy ounce yesterday, shy of the record $1,248.15 it hit on Wednesday. Gold is seen as a safe haven when there are fears that paper currencies could lose their value. At the height of the banking crisis in 2008, the U.S. mint suspended sales of popular Buffalo and American Eagle coins because of a flood of demand.
More recently money-printing programmes in the U.S. and Britain have fuelled fears of inflation, and these have now spread to the euro area. This week the European Central Bank announced it would purchase government bonds, in a move similar to the Quantitative Easing policy undertaken by the Bank of England.
Meanwhile some economists are warning that Greece remains headed for a debt default, and that its woes could spread to other eurozone countries, threatening the future of the euro. Portugal and Spain are seen as particularly vulnerable because of their heavy debt loads.
Yesterday the Portuguese government said it will cut wages of top officials and temporarily raise taxes in a bid to narrow its budget deficit faster than previously planned. The government approved increases in value-added, personal income and corporate taxes, Prime Minister Jose Socrates said.
This comes just a day after Spanish public sector workers were hit by wage cuts and a pension freeze, prompting strike threats. The EU on May 10 unveiled a program of loans and ECB bond purchases in a despearate attempt to stop the Greek debt crisis from engulfing the currency union.
Edel Tully of UBS said in a client note: ‘As long as confidence is under threat in Europe, gold should continue to be on the receiving end of elevated physical demand as money look for a safe home.’
- The problem in the US is far worse than Greece. Their only advantage is the money printing press which Greece does not have. The US will print and bailout everything and this will result in massive inflation. The USD will collapse triggering the final end of fiat currencies. What we are seeing is the world in the final stages of the death of the financial and monetary system. Debts upon debts have been piled up intentionally. The Illuminists are engineering this worldwide collapse to bring in a One World Financial System and One World Government.
Mervyn King, Governor of the Bank of England, fears that America shares many of the same fiscal problems currently haunting Europe. He also believes that European Union must become a federalised fiscal union (in other words with central power to tax and spend) if it is to survive.
It isn’t often one has the opportunity to get such a blunt and straightforward insight into the thoughts of one of the world’s leading economic players. Most of this stuff usually stays behind closed doors, so it’s worth taking note of. ….. The transcript and video are online at the Bank’s website, but below are the extended highlights, all emphasis mine. Well worth checking out.
America, and many other large economies including the UK, share some of the same problems as Greece with its public finances:
Every country around the world is in a similar position, even the United States; the world’s largest economy has a very large fiscal deficit. And one of the concerns in financial markets is clearly – how will this enormous stock of public debt be reduced over the next few years? And it’s very important that governments, both here and elsewhere, get to grips with this problem, have a clear approach and a very clear and credible approach to reducing the size of those deficits over, in our case, the lifetime of this parliament, in order to convince markets that they should be willing to continue to finance the very large sums of money that will be needed to be raised from financial markets over the next few years, at reasonable interest rates.
On why Europe will have to become a federalised fiscal union:
I do not want to comment on a particular measure by a particular country, but I do want to suggest that within the Euro Area it’s become very clear that there is a need for a fiscal union to make the Monetary Union work. But if that is to happen there needs to be also a mechanism to enable other countries that have lost competitiveness to regain competitiveness. That requires actions, probably structural reforms, changes in wages and prices, in the countries that need to regain competitiveness. But it also needs a solid and expansionary state of domestic demand in the stronger economies in Europe.
I think the lesson from Greece is that, if the problem had been dealt with three months ago, it would not have become as serious as it subsequently became. And I think the important thing now is that Greece has been dealt with a major IMF and European Union package…
But those measures provide only a window of opportunity. They do not affect the total amount of debt, in themselves which countries around the world have to repay. The markets, which some of our European partners like to describe as speculators causing difficulty, are the very same markets where the public sector is looking to provide trillions of pounds of support to finance public debt around the major countries in the world over the next few years.
What matters is that those investors are prepared to buy government debt at interest rates which make it tolerable for the countries concerned. And that is why it is important for each and every country to demonstrate that they are on top of a programme for their country to reduce the fiscal deficit to a sustainable path.
…. within the international community I think there is a very clear understanding that the package of financial support ….is not an underlying solution to the problem. It provides a window of opportunity which gives governments the chance to put their house in order; and it gives the international economic community a chance to talk about …. one of the major issues facing us, which is the need to rebalance demand around the world economy.
- Max Keiser is hilarious! You should watch this.