G20 Meets In China To Fight Anti-Globalism and Usher In New World Order*
By Jeff Berwick
Members of the G20 countries are meeting in China this week with an expressed goal of “fighting anti-globalism sentiments”.
You see, the global elites are rewriting the rules of the economy to help usher in a new world order that, as Zbigniew Brzezinski says, will now include Russia and China.
This new globalist order is something for which they have no remorse because of their disloyalty to any one nation – or even to humanity as a whole. What’s more is they’ve shown their willingness to trash the dollar to attain that end.
These purveyors of division are more than willing to obfuscate secret trade agreements in documents longer than Barack O’bomber’s initial 2,700 page “affordable” care act which has, as a side note, dramatically hiked premiums for Americans who were already hard pressed for cash and proved itself an utter failure in the realm of affordability.
While many people know that Obama is attempting to quietly pass the heinous Trans Pacific Partnership during the upcoming lame duck session of congress, they likely haven’t heard about its equally nefarious counterparts TTIP and TISA. These so called “free-trade” agreements are naturally far from liberating. A true free-trade deal should never need 5500+ pages of stipulations. Surprisingly, these far-reaching trade deals are so shrouded in secrecy that even most elected officials don’t know the specifics.
To compensate for the USA’s diminishing power in the World Trade Organization they have turned to these clandestine three “T’s” as a “solution”.
Although we are meant to believe that China and Russia are trying to financially undermine the U.S. for their own gain, at TDV we know their true intentions.
The Elite’s goal is to break up western hegemony and redistribute power back to major countries in the East in order to further destabilize the world financial structure.
Many who follow the actions of the Elites know that they operate on an occult timeline. Just ask Christine Lagarde, the managing director of the IMF who gave an eerie numerology speech about the “magic number 7”. It is not happenstance that the addition of the Chinese Yuan to the SDR basket in early October coincides with the end of a biblical cycle called the Jubilee.
Back in May we watched the Baltic Dry Index, a barometer used to measure the cost of shipping raw materials, plunge to its lowest levels since last November.
The Index has had a meagre dead cat bounce since May but the fallout from the plunge has just begun.
One of the world’s largest worldwide shippers, the South Korean Hanjin line, just filed for bankruptcy. And, being one of the largest shipping companies, it has caused chaos and disruption in the sector. Turmoil in global shipping is a clear indication that something has definitely gone awry.
We’ve also been watching the refugee crisis in Europe and seen Angela Merkel tell Germans to prepare for an “attack”. Now the hardship continues for German investors who cannot redeem their paper gold for tangible bullion.
Deutsche Bank, who acts as the guarantor of physical gold delivery upon demand for Xetra-Gold, one of their sponsored exchange-traded commodities, has given suspiciously vague responses as to why physical deliveries cannot be met. They claim that the “service” is no longer being offered for “reasons of business policy”.
Perhaps even more glaringly problematic is that Deutsche claims it and Xetra are not the only European institutions who cannot make good on their obligations. This is a testament to the old precious metals adage, “If you don’t hold it, you don’t own it.”
Refusals like these, weaknesses in the European economy, and the ECB’s willingness to prop up equity markets the same way Japan has – by purchasing stocks directly – are all a recipe for disaster.
This is the reality, and the more people that can understand it, the better off we will all be. Here at TDV, we’re well aware of these monetary evolutions and our knowledge of Shemitah Trends and the Jubilee Year has allowed us to act in ways that have secured and expanded our TDV portfolio. We’re up some 200% in the last year and as market volatility increases as it no doubt will, we expect to add considerably to our portfolio to further expand its profitability.