Tuesday, May 11, 2010

He Who Controls the Money, Controls the World

The words "population control" bring a thought process to bear on any person contemplating the phrase...usually connected to the idea of simple demographic overpopulation. But that is only one part of the equation - population control is not just limiting the overall number of humans that exist on the planet at any given moment to "sustainable" levels. It's also about CONTROLLING the behavior, thought processes, attitudes, and beliefs of the population as well.

And the most powerful means of controlling the people, is to control the primary means of interacting and exchanging goods and services amongst each other to obtain the necessities of surviving...control the money, you control the people.

Which, of course, is the primary contention of the "Conspiratorial view" of history.

Two quotes, one idea:

- Give me control of a nation's money and I care not who makes her laws.

- Permit me to issue and control the money of a nation, and I care not who makes its laws.
- Mayer Amschel Rothschild

Many NWO conspiracy theories have speculated that the recent economic downturn was deliberately instigated by the International Central Banker's deliberate manipulation of the interest rates for institutions to borrow and lend out their fiat currency. Combined with fractional reserve lending and an exacerbated business cycle due to "Bubbles" of mal-investments (the dot.com bubble, real estate bubble...), inflation and economic recessionary conditions all contribute to the destruction of the American dollar.

The idea is that once the dollar is no longer meaningful as a medium of exchange, we the sheeple will than be ready to except a new currency, paving the way for our international banking elite to than introduce the "Amero" - the North American Region's version of the Euro.

This is a synthesis of the popularized view of the NWO "conspiracy theory" regarding the current economic crisis.

Niki Raapana, founder and of the Anti-Communitarian League, linked to an article on her blog, Living Outside the Dialectic, that digs a little deeper, and reveals that perhaps our financial overlords won't even bother with implementing the Amero...instead, they plan to destroy the Euro (Apparently, Greece is the first domino to begin falling...) destroy the dollar, and institute an entirely different scheme of "money."

And it ties in oh so neatly with the environmentalist agenda. It's called Carbon Currency.

Critics who think that the U.S. dollar will be replaced by some new global currency are perhaps thinking too small.

On the world horizon looms a new global currency that could replace all paper currencies and the economic system upon which they are based.

The new currency, simply called Carbon Currency, is designed to support a revolutionary new economic system based on energy (production, and consumption), instead of price. Our current price-based economic system and its related currencies that have supported capitalism, socialism, fascism and communism, is being herded to the slaughterhouse in order to make way for a new carbon-based world.

No wonder the primary doomsayer for global warming is invested so heavily into carbon trading.

Forces are already at work to position a new Carbon Currency as the ultimate solution to global calls for poverty reduction, population control, environmental control, global warming, energy allocation and blanket distribution of economic wealth.

Unfortunately for individual people living in this new system, it will also require authoritarian and centralized control over all aspects of life, from cradle to grave.

What is Carbon Currency and how does it work? In a nutshell, Carbon Currency will be based on the regular allocation of available energy to the people of the world. If not used within a period of time, the Currency will expire (like monthly minutes on your cell phone plan) so that the same people can receive a new allocation based on new energy production quotas for the next period.

Because the energy supply chain is already dominated by the global elite, setting energy production quotas will limit the amount of Carbon Currency in circulation at any one time. It will also naturally limit manufacturing, food production and people movement.

Population CONTROL.

He who has the gold...errr, I mean carbon, makes the rules.

Local currencies could remain in play for a time, but they would eventually wither and be fully replaced by the Carbon Currency, much the same way that the Euro displaced individual European currencies over a period of time.

When the day comes that our Government tells the masses that they are instituting a "carbon" or "energy" based currency or monetary system, you will surely know that the NWO was not just a silly fantasy of paranoids on the internet.

Does this all sound like madcap insanity? The article also provides a variety of links to articles published within the last decade, all contemplating the idea. But I would perhaps not call them speculative guesses...but trial balloons to get the masses used to the idea that will soon be our reality.

From 1995: Towards a single carbon currency

From 2004: A New Currency

From 2007: When Carbon is Currency

From 2008: Towards a Common Carbon Currency: Exploring the prospects for integrated global carbon markets.

From 2009:Everyone in Britain could be given a personal 'carbon allowance

Here's the official website of the folks pushing this idea: Technocracy Inc.

Of course, the real goal here is total population control...which is what the controllers of doling out carbon currency would eventually gain.

If you study the card above, you will also note that is serves as a universal identity card and contains a microchip. This reflects Technocracy’s philosophy that each person in society must be meticulously monitored and accounted for in order to track what they consume in terms of energy, and also what they contribute to the manufacturing process.

This idea of a carbon currency certainly seems to tie all of the "cospiracy theory" angles together quite nicely. Still think the conspiracy theories are not true? I'll bet you a million carbons...

The article's conclusion:

Where there is smoke, there is fire. Where there is talk, there is action....

...This article intended to show that

* Carbon Currency is not a new idea, but has deep roots in Technocracy

* Carbon Currency has grown from a continental proposal to a global proposal

* It has been consistently discussed over a long period of time

* The participants include many prominent global leaders, banks and think-tanks

* The context of these discussions have been very consistent

* Today’s goals for implementing Carbon Currency are virtually identical to Technocracy’s original Energy Certificates goals.

Of course, a currency is merely a means to an end. Whoever controls the currency also controls the economy and the political structure that goes with it.


Anonymous said...

In 20 years or so, nanotechnology will have advanced to the point where we can make any product for pennies on the dollar using a "nanofactory." The engineering is complicated, but the device is essentially the same as the star trek replicator. This technology will be a direct threat to the central bankers that control the world financial system because theoretically people won't need money and the accompanying control paradigms of debt and credit.

We're going to find out very quickly whether or not we have representative democracy or if the bankers do control the governments and their populations. The need to transition to a post scarcity economy will be exacerbated by the fact that scores of jobs will be lost to software and robotics. The brick will meet the steel. There will no longer be any room for media spin, denial or cognitive dissonance concerning the existence of elites in our society. It's going to get ugly.






Anonymous said...

I was first skeptical of global warming because every single incidence of us trying to build non-fossil fuel energy production facilities is ultimately blocked by environmentalist groups (who are financially backed by some shady sources like Oil Comapanies.....British Petroleum was once the biggest funder of the Sierra Club for instance). In Tennessee as an example, the governor wanted to build a mere 20-acre solar farm outside Memphis in a rural area. A blizzard of lawsuits from environmental associations were immediately filed to stop it. Tennessee has tried to build some new nuclear reactors and new dams. The same thing happens, lawsuit city. The wind farms on Buffalo Mountain that the TVA has attempted to build are fought by both environmentalist-groups and traditional-energy-companies.

They say they want "clean energy", but their feet are telling a different story. I think they simply want the cap-and-trade scheme passed. If France, a country that gets almost 80% of its energy via nuclear plants, is such a liberal nirvana, then why aren't they all in favor of us doing the same thing?

Ive smelled a rat on this issue for years, and frankly can't fathom why we dont use geothermal**, solar, nuclear, waves, ocean currents, and wind (in windy places that provide dependable wind), to turn turbines.

This story on CNN shocked me:
http://www.cnn.com/2010/TECH/science/04/28/laser.fusion.nif/index.html?hpt=C1Its about some little company that is attempting to make a "mini-star" like our sun out of just a few molecules right now in experiments, using lasers to set off a reaction of helium and hydrogen to generate power like the sun does, but on a small scale. Eventually we could perhaps make a mini-sun the size of a baseball or basketball in a large metal room with walls several feet thick and have the heat/light energy converted to electricity.

**My own favorite potential source of electricity would have to be geothermal. We know the earth's core is supposedly hotter than 6000 degrees. I'll never forget reading about how a mine in South Africa that is two miles deep is 120 degrees Farenheight and they have to pump in a huge amount of air so the miners dont pass out down there. Steam generators should work if its over 212 degrees (water-boiling temperature). I can't fathom why we cant simply drill some deep mines and take advantage of the huge heating element beneath our feet. In places with active volcanos, one wouldn't even have to drill very far to reach the hot rocks. Steam-generators make no carbon dioxide, so there should be no environmental woes right? Ive never understood why we dont use this simple, but effective way to generate constant power.

Like you, I think something is very amiss here. Why are "they" fighting science when its trying to provide us with cheaper, non-CO2 producing forms of electrical power? If a carbon-trading scheme is their real intent, they are certainly working towards it. On the part of some, it may simply be greed. You can't justify charging much money for energy from the sun or earth like you can fossil fuels. One didn't have to locate, pump, refine, and transport the product.
About anything that David Rockefeller, David Rothschild, Al Gore, the CFR, and the Davos-crowd or "for", I'm pretty much against until I can read up on it. Those folks are sneaky. Since they are for AGW-cabron-trading-schemes, Im against them almost reflexively.

P.S. Ever read about Tesla's, Wardencliffe Tower and how J.P. Morgan pulled the funding for it? Electromagnetic fields sent out in the atmosphere to be caught and converted to electricity by his tower? Its interesting stuff, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XRf0UFgJymU

Anonymous said...

The global warming hoax emails were very damaging. Many folks simply don't trust any scientists any more.

Portlander said...

Speaking of geo-thermal, I've always wondered why Hawaii hasn't attempted geothermal. Is there anyplace on Earth with more favorable geo-thermal economics than Hawaii? My understanding is they ship in refined diesel to burn in generators to make electricity. And have the highest electricity rates in the US to show for it.

Anonymous said...


In light of the current discussion on alternative energy, please take the time to read these links. It's quite eye opening and a lot to digest. Bookmark it if necessary. When you figure in the fractional reserve banking scheme, a finacial system itself based on energy scarcity, a picture begins to emerge.




Anonymous said...

Keoni, do you have a pen name that you use for USA Today? Check out the article at the link below...he must have read your blog post:)

Was Dan Quayle (gasp!) right?


Anonymous said...

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Will S. said...

Believe in global warming. No pressure!


goldhoarder said...

You are an absolute idiot. As an electrical engineer I can assure you that the magic bullet to a world of scarcity has not been found. What you have is a paranoid elite panic about how to keep control. France faced the same issue they went nuclear and maintained their independence.... by the skin of their teeth. That is why Americans look down on them so much.

goldhoarder said...

So... let's do a test here. Name one clear benefit to mankind that nanotechnology has brought to the masses of 6 billion people! If this technology is so wonderful and easily scalable.... where is the obvious benefit?