Thursday, March 19, 2015

How to Close Down a Society

Re-posted in view of the fast-moving changes on the way to our global government:

Also spotted on the dreadful AOL - no cash transactions for purchases of over €1000. Criminalising the cash society, forcing us all to be slaves to the banks, where they can track our every move.

Freedom of Information Denied

All part of the closing down of society:

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Dollar Devaluation Devant

The rapid rise of the dollar in a flight to safety is due to finish - maybe even THIS Friday, 20th of March! Here Egon Greyerz talks of 2015 being the start of a very difficult period for the global economy - a fact which seems to be lost on the vast majority of people:

Monday, March 16, 2015

The Global Currency Arriveth

And Jim Willie is not going to be happy, as just last week he wrote to me saying that the IMF was just empty, dusty offices. Here China (but of course we know it's 'China', don't we) has asked for the RMB to be added to the SDR basket, as predicted by JC Collins:

Sunday, March 15, 2015

Creating a Chinese Middle Class

This year-old website is attracting a lot of attention, for the quality of the writing, but also for his (unpopular, but increasingly undeniable) assertion that the same international bankers are still very much in charge. Here he asserts that the next step in this age-old game of power and wealth transfer, necessitates the creation of a middle class in the emerging economies, in order to extract the wealth out of them too, whilst the West falls into Third World status, ready for the next 100-year cycle.

Unpopular, but almost irrefutable by now:

Here's a comment by me in the Comments section, and JC's reply:

Susan Morris
It seems to me, perhaps naïvely, that there are not enough resources on the planet to have a Chinese middle class, so the idea will falter before it gets going.

Unless, of course, there really are hidden technologies that will change the way we live on this planet.

 JC Collins
Susan, we are going to experience a re-allocation of resources as the multilateral transition continues. This is why we are seeing proxy resource wars in Ukraine, Syria (and the broader Middle East), and now escalating tension in Venezuela. The argument can be made that there are plenty of resources available, but it hasn’t been allocated based on population growth and economic indicators.
The waste in the western world has to change in order for the necessary balance in the international system to be effective. I don’t think anyone in the western world would feel great about throwing out food when others across the seas are starving. The overabundance that many have taken advantage of will slowly give way to the sustainability of new structures and cultural concepts.
And don’t let the knee jerk conspiracy reaction to the word “sustainability” skew your thoughts away from the logic and humanity of what I’m saying. Sustainability is the only way the world will avoid a depopulation. The same ones that scream out against the sustainability concept are the same ones who scream out against depopulation. The madness of the contradiction is a product of innocent ignorance.
The system is attempting to balance, but there will always be the wealth transfer between the demographics which we call the disorganized masses and rent seeking elite. That is a somewhat different issue.

Saturday, March 14, 2015

The Crash-Up

One of the BEST interviews I have EVER listened to. Make sure you find 2 hours to put down everything and listen to it!

The Game Changer

'We've been flying under the radar for 4 years...'. Here the new allocated gold exchange is explained, which will hopefully topple the LBMA and the crooks that run it:

Friday, March 13, 2015


This article from 2 years ago, explains the Chinese International Payment System:

Thursday, March 12, 2015

QE Explained

Here the whole conspiracy (for let's call a spade a spade) is laid out in clear, unambiguous language, by the well-respected Michael Krieger:

Part 1:

Part 2:

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Greece and the ECB

An up-date from someone I respect a lot:

The New SDR Basket

Here JC Collins asserts that there will be 7 currencies in the new SDR basket, and that China will partially back the RMB with gold, before de-pegging from the USD. This is probably what Jim Willie has been talking about, but it seems he only has half of the picture:

Personally, I find it deeply depressing that these international bankers are able to manipulate their way to these global changes, using an 'ends justify the means' approach, and it doesn't fill me with calm knowing that, at the end of the day, they will still be in charge.

All I can do is keep track of what they're up to on this blog.

The New London Gold Fix

Big changes a'coming:

Monday, March 9, 2015

The Dominoes are Falling

I just received this via e-mail from Bix Wier:

'It's so ugly out in the banking world...THAT THEY CAN'T TALK ABOUT IT!!! The world is silent. The stock market is all they see, hear and taste. New highs! New highs!! The world is great...just don't look under the hood.

Europe is imploding as we speak and it is spreading...count each domino...

A Black Swan Lands in Southern Austria: The Ripple Effects...Mini-Greece

DOMINO #1 - "In Austria whereby the "bad bank" of failed Hypo Alpe Adria - the Heta Asset Resolution AG - itself went from good to bad, with its creditors forced into an involuntary "bail-in" following the "discovery" of a $8.5 billion capital hole in its balance sheet primarily related to ongoing deterioration in central and eastern European economies."

DOMINO #2 - "This shocking announcement promptly sent the price of Heta's bonds crashing as creditors, no longer enjoying the explicit guarantee of the state, scrambled to get out of "northern Europe's" first Lehman moment."

DOMINO #3 - "Austria’s decision to wind down Heta Asset Resolution AG sent ripples through the financial system, causing credit rating downgrades in Austria and bank losses in Germany."

DOMINO #4 - "The Heta bonds are notionally guaranteed by the Austrian state of Carinthia, which is now theoretically becomes liable for the bail-in."

DOMINO #5 - "Carinthia provides deficiency guarantee on Heta's senior debt: the total is equivalent to €10.2 billion, or nearly five times the state's 2014 operating revenue."

DOMINO #6 - "In other words, we now have a waterfall bailout chain whereby the state guaranteeing the debt of the insolvent entity that guaranteed yet another insolvent entity, will itself need to be bailed out by the sovereign, Austria!"

DOMINO #7 - "Among Heta’s liabilities affected by the moratorium and a future bail-in are 1.24 billion euros Heta owes to Pfandbriefbank Oesterreich AG, which issues bonds on behalf of Austrian provincial banks."

DOMINO #8 - "There is an incentive for the member banks to jointly step in for missing payments from HETAR, as otherwise debt holders of PFBKOS bonds could claim payment from any of the member banks individually."

DOMINO #9 - "A number of Austrian banks including HYPO NOE GRUPPE AG and Vorarlberger Landes- und Hypothekenbank AG reported in their annual accounts for 2013 that they had direct exposure to HAA."

DOMINO #10 - "Many have been saying that one should have known that a province like Carinthia can’t guarantee for debts of that size.”

DOMINO #11 - "The very same bonds that are about to lead to a waterfall in impairments are the ones that were, according to EU regulations, "riskless."

DOMINO #12 - "As of year-end 2013, there were about €60bn of claims guaranteed by Austrian regions."

DOMINO #13 - "German banks yesterday also emerged as major Heta bondholders. Dexia’s Dexia Kommunalbank Deutschland AG said it owns 395 million euros of Heta bonds and will take an unspecified charge in the first quarter."

DOMINO #14 - "Deutsche Pfandbriefbank AG also owns 395 million euros of Heta bonds and said it will write them down by 120 million euros, cutting its expected pretax profit by two-thirds."

DOMINO #15 - "NRW Bank confirmed it owned Heta bonds, declining to specify the size of its exposure. WDR TV station reported the bank owns 276 million euros of them."

DOMINO #16 - and finally...

"While German banks had spent the past 3 years preparing for the inevitable Grexit and offloading all their exposure to the now insolvent Greek state, it was a waterfall chain of events which started in Germany's own "back yard", courtesy of auditors who decided it was unnecessary to mark losses to market until it was far too late, and the immediate outcome is that one ninth of until recently Aaa/AAA-rated Austria is now also insolvent. And that is just the beginning."


Those my friends are DOMINOES and the DOMINOES are the reason to get far away from the paper and electronic monetary system!!!

It's all in the new book and if you have a copy check out the following chapters:

Chapter I
My First Conversation – 6

Chapter II
Roota’s Plan - 12

Chapter III
Shall We Continue? - 19

Chapter V
Aren’t We There Yet? - 34

Chapter VI
It’s Happening - 42

Chapter VIII
How’d We Get Here? – 54

Chapter X
So Dark is the Con - 70

Chapter XIX
Timing of the End Game - 117


You can get your copy here:

The Book: Silver, Gold, Bitcoin...and God!

We are ALL going to experience this transition so don't turn your back to it. Arm yourself with knowledge and go out their and FIGHT for your FREEDOM!

May the Road you choose be the Right Road.

Bix Weir

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

FDIC, DIF, Derivatives & Austrian Bank Fail

Poof! It's gone!

NB As I write this, the 4th biggest Austrian Bank, the Hypo Alpe Adria Bank, has just found an $8bn 'hole' in its accounts, and it's looking like a bail-in is coming:

Full-Spectrum Failure

By the inimitable Dmitri Orlov, who finally jumps off the fence (although I suspect he knew all along):