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    Quote Originally Posted by Natty C View Post
    So is American leadership.



    Yeah, pretty much. At this point it about who will lead the so-called New Liberal Order. Whomever wins the currency war will come out on top of that one, no doubt.

    I don't know how others feel about it, but I don't foresee the dollar remaining the world's reserve curency for much longer.
    The issue is they need a world currency reset to wipe out the mountian of debt accumulated since 1972 when all currencies became fiat currencies. They have tried twice, and they always try in a Milankovitch Winter

    1999 - they tried bringing down the stock markets of the world to trigger a currency reset. It failed

    2008 - stocks and housing, still didnt work.

    2016 - surprisingly i was expecting something at the next winter, didnt happen

    which brings us to 2024, the next Winter. And we can see its building up to something. My money is on them bringing the Derivatives Markets down, which will be a crash five times larger than 2008, and probably will trigger a currency reset. The desired result is to crash the USD, GBP and EUR simultaneously.

    The issue is that in 1972 what they effectively did when the Gold Standard was abandoned was to start using debt as currency. Since all fiat currencies are a form of IOU, then using debt as currency means you build up a never decreasing pile of world debt that cannot be paid down, after all you cant pay debt with debt. Interest and credit become nothing but alternative forms of debt. We3ve had currency resets before, the yarent as drastic as it sounds. In 1944 in order to wipe out the $200T debt the world accrued by WW2, they introduced the Bretton Woods system, which was de facto a world currency reset.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Taxcutter View Post
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    What is gonna replace it? The rubble? The yuan - the currency of a nation saddled with an order of magnitude more internal and foreign debt than the US? A regional currency like the yen, pound or euro?

    In order to replace something you must have a replacement, and thus far you have offered nothing.

    They will replace it with SDR. Special Drawing Rights. Essentially you create another currency out of thin air ON TOP of the three main currencues, and give those three central banks alone the ability to trade their currency with the SDR Currency. SDR is an even smarter scam than the Fractional Reserve Banking Scam, which has run for 100 years but cant be sustained for much longer. From the point of view of the Global elite, SDR is brilliant because it devalues and debases the world’s major currencies but in an indirect way. An indirect approach allows the process to be relatively hidden from the citizens of the world. People like you and I feel we are getting richer so we’re happy, but in reality the value of our money is decreasing quietly and most people will never realize it. This is the genius of SDR. A global currency like SDR is needed to extend the ability for governments to print money out of thin air, but without creating debt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Taxcutter View Post
    Taxcutter asks:
    What is gonna replace it? The rubble? The yuan - the currency of a nation saddled with an order of magnitude more internal and foreign debt than the US? A regional currency like the yen, pound or euro?

    In order to replace something you must have a replacement, and thus far you have offered nothing.
    We're already witnessing other nations trade with each other with their own currencies. So it's not necessarily about replacing it. They just don't see the benefit of using it. What is it even worth these days, realistically speaking? The dollar has been effectively devalued over time as a matter of policy.

    As far back as a decade, even longer, we started seing some interesting mergers take place with regard to space programs. We saw other nations merge together to place satellite technology into space for the sole purpose of international financial clearing. In the modern world, every transaction, involving every nation, and other currencies particularly happens digitally. In space.

    Recall also that the bulk of of the NSA spying was on the international financial clearing of these other nations. Though the talking heads on the idiot box only talked about Americans being spied on, predictably. But there were deeper things at play then. And they're coming to fruition now, as our leadership and institutions continue to destroy confidence/value in the dollar. This is why the so-called ''space force'' was established. To watch that stuff. Which is basically just another form of meddling. And where has this got Americans in the past, aside from less prosperity and fewer protected liberties?


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    While I'm thinking of it, and speaking purely in terms of American trade here at home only, we're startign to see severa lstates introduce gold backs. These are actually able t obe used in different states that participate as well.

    So now we're seeing the states themselves revolt against purveyors of the the so-called ''great reset"

    I have a list of these states elesewhere on the web, but I've kind of gotten bored with the place where I was keeping track of those developments. Think Tennessee is the latest state to intriduce legislation to use gold-backed currency. Basically, we're witnessing real money re-emerging as a means of countering the purveyors of the so-called great reset (whch itself can only exist by way of a strategi collapse of the central banking system...and it has been strategic over the course of the last century)

    The reason the purveyors of monetized debt always seek to be the sole form of ''money'' is because in the scheme of things, it simply cannot compete wit hreal money. It's just a fact of economics. We'll continue to se more of these bullion tender laws at the state level, as the chickens continue to come home to roost and voluntary local currency continues to re-emerge. And that's not even taking into consideration what will happen when the receipts for bullion deposits on state-run bullion depositories themselves become a medium of exchange. That's a death blow. And this is why the central government has been pimping digital currencies. It's just a trap. Thqt digital currency is really just a corporate coupon in the scheme of things.


    Anyway. All of that is jsut to say that not only are other nations losing confidence and seeking other mediums of exchange that actually have value, the states themselves see the writing on the wall and are responding in the same way. Of course, we wonlt hear about any of that on the idiot box. Nope. Huh uh.


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    There's probably typos in that last communication, sorry. I don't really feel like going back and editing. Plus I'm trying to refamiliarize myself with vbulletin. Not used to having to double space paragraphs either.
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    And Pelosi gives her son a freebie trip to Thailand and to talk behind the scenes to make more family pension funds:

    Did Nancy Pelosi Travel to Taiwan to Increase Her Family Fortune? It Appears Her Son Paul Was With Her in Asia


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    Quote Originally Posted by Taxcutter View Post
    Taxcutter asks:
    What is gonna replace it? The rubble? The yuan - the currency of a nation saddled with an order of magnitude more internal and foreign debt than the US? A regional currency like the yen, pound or euro?

    In order to replace something you must have a replacement, and thus far you have offered nothing.
    That changes nothing. Resident Biden used the reserve currency as a war weapon. That will end it for us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MisterVeritis View Post
    That will end it for us.
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    It might. All things change in foreign affairs.

    Biggest friend you have is one Donald J. Trump. His goal is to not only "de-couple" from China but most of the rest of the world as well.

    The US can do that better than anyone. Only 9% of US GDP depends on foreign trade and more than half of that is Canada and Mexico.

    Once we get rid of the Drooler's stupid energy policies the US is not only independent but also autarkic in the energy field. That used to be the US weak spot. The US imports only a few things and most of them the US can get by without just fine. Pretty much the same is true of exports. Economically, the US can do just fine in a neo-isolationist stance. Few other nations can say that.

    Trump wants to basically restrict the Navy and Air force to defending our moat. Tie up the ships in Norfolk and San Diego and let everyone else worry about their own international shipping. That policy worked just fine in 1913 and because of global de-coupling that policy could work just fine again. And then there would be no need to bother with reserve currency as a weapon.

    By the way. All things old are new again. In 1992, Ross Perot ranted about the "giant sucking sound." He was right.

    But today there is another giant sucking sound. It's the sound of the US sucking capital out of the rest of the world.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Ridge Runner View Post
    This blockade that has you so worried is only for 5 days from what I've heard. I am sure that the Taiwanese has enough food to hold them that long. The Chicoms are going to rush in guns ablazin', they want a passive takeover if Taiwan is taken at all.
    Shipping and air traffic are still getting through, they are just being steered away from the impact/flight zones.

    In the US we close shipping and flight paths too when live ammo/ordnance are being fired and traffic is steered around them.

    Yes it's a sabre rattling show of force but it isn't a blockade.

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