October 22, 2012 12 Comments
Or, Total Systemic Collapse – By Design, Pt. 2
Part 1 here.
I wrote in my last post about the background to the coming collapse, including several links to espionage, false flags and economic issues. This article will pick up with the economics issues. As mentioned, the plan for collapse arises out the British model of divide and conquer, concomitant with economic warfare. One can in fact see a connection between the “7 nations”/Middle Eastern attack plan of the Pentagon and the World Bank/IMF attack on the Eurozone, which formerly occurred in Russia in the 90s under the Yeltsin administration. As many writers have noted, the Yeltsin era was one of mafiaocracy, where bankers and mafiosos looted the economy of Russia, leading to currency devaluation and rapid inflation, while the megabanks funnelled the real wealth offshore.
While I am not advocating a Pro-Russian stance, this is an objectively true analysis (the only kind of relevant analysis). One then sees that same two-pronged attack in terms of military tactics and currency warfare on the part of the Anglo-establishment, ultimately for the control of Central Asia. Putin thus represents a contrarian mafia stance in opposition to the West, which is the reason, for example, for the western intelligence apparatchiks staging and supporting the “pussy riot” and “anti-Putin protests.” This is quite obvious to any cognizant observer, and Alexander Dugin, Putin’s chief geo-strategist, explains this in a recent interview.
It’s crucial to recognize as well that economic warfare can be accomplished with regulation or deregulation, depending on the need of the situation at hand. Deregulation might function in a situation where a sovereign state has a law that impedes the IMF or some international corporation’s design to privatize a nation’s resources. Regulation might function for the Anglo-establishment in a case where lobbying can buy off regulators to pass laws that favor one corporation, while in turn levying heavy taxes and fines on a competitor, which pushes the competition out of business. The need at hand dictates the politics of the scam. Read more of this post