UPDATE . . . we need to remember our history:
Mr. Obama, whats happened to the Ukrainian gold? Answer: Arseny Yatsenyuk ordered its transfer to the United States
. . . and a present-day story on Yatsenyuk:
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China ushering in newer, shinier New World Order! by James Corbett . . . to be honest, as a speed reader, I only skimmed this article before I wrote the following commentary, and then I took time to go back to the article and discovered that sott.net pretty much agrees with my thinking, although we both expressed ourselves quite differently.
Conclusion: Meet the new globalization, same as the old globalization.
The only thing left to say is that the false choice between the Chinese-led world order and the American-led world order are not the only options on the table. It is still possible for free humanity to withdraw its participation from the statist systems of control (economic, financial, monetary, commercial and social) that under gird this system of regional competition for global dominance. But if this is a race to the finish line, then free humanity is far behind and time is running out.
Just one of Sott’s Comments: And thus the author reveals his ideological bias. He’s an ‘anti-statist’, a postmodern gloss on ‘anarchist’. In his world, there should be no states, no governments, no economic management, no nothing.
It’s a shame because he’s done so much to deconstruct the lies behind Western hegemony. But he’s completely misreading the transition that’s taking place because of his unrealistic beliefs.
Given that Corbett lives in Japan, one has to wonder if he has swallowed that nation’s inherent anti-China bias.
My questions concerning James’ Conclusion are many. On the spiritual level, I have no problem with many of us actually leaving this 3D plane of existence in order to reach a higher plane, but if we are all to go together — as many think and I would hope, looking at where humanity now is, is it realistic to think we can make these changes in our banking system so quickly? What. for instance, does James suggest? Does he feel it is becoming necessary to leave that hopeful viewpoint behind?
And I’m not sure that I do agree that time is running out.
The fact is that I don’t know, and I wonder if James actually does. Given our present reality, and without employing any magical thinking, my mind must consider what is sensible. Chapter 1972 that I first published in April of 2014 describes an actual scientifically recorded event in 1972 that changed everything about this shift. We should have shifted ‘up’ before the turn of the century, because we had a high enough vibration and enough people ready to go, but we did not — and we still have not. So many more of us are now ready and waiting, but I believe the consensus is that we want to wait for those we love. Can we agree among ourselves that this is ‘real’ truth? As sick as many of us are of waiting, we have chosen to wait for everyone, and I feel that our wishes have been heard by the Cosmos. Why else have we not gone through? We also have been told that the Earth could not wait for us and has already shifted upwards, has thrown a shield around us because we are not yet ready for higher dimensional life, and is waiting for us. If the first ‘thought’ can be considered spiritual fact, does not the second statement then at least make sense? If everyone is to go together — sounds wonderful, doesn’t it — we may have much to learn, and in a practical sense, we are going to need a lot more time for this to happen.
Is time, then, as James suggests, truly running out?
When I think of all the people just on the internet alone working in heartfelt ways to awaken people, I think there may be some truth io my own thoughts, but only time and close observation will tell.
Shifting from the spiritual to the practical, let me suggest that one of the first things I learned in my own healing process was “it’s not what you do, but how you feel about it.” I think perhaps James has gotten caught in a gut response and has made assumptions about what he thinks China is doing rather than checking to see if this is what China is actually doing. He ascribes bad motives to China, but are China’s motives actually bad? I don’t think so.
Doesn’t it make good sense for China to bring AIIB along with them? Aren’t they also allowing the Rothschilds through? If we are not yet ready for the sort of banking that James advocates in his conclusion — and I agree, why would China create more chaos by destroying any continuity between systems — because that is what I happen to think China is trying to maintain. Don’t you think when the entire Central Banking System collapses there will be enough chaos? Is it wise on China’s part to invite more?
Since the Rothschilds have spent perhaps 25 years now creating the system and structure that enables almost seamless international banking, why be foolish and by keeping them out of the new banking system create a situation that requires rebuilding the same structure from scratch without the Rothschild ‘know-how’ — particularly at a time like this? Does this automatically mean that China — and hopefully a more responsible world — is going to allow the Rothschilds — and AIIB and others — to play their same old game once again?
Has China ever displayed a desire to control the planet in the way that the United States has done, through brutal bullying? The Chinese are an ancient people with plenty of spiritual knowledge and wisdom, facts we may have forgotten, or that may have been hidden from us. I have read recently that China is cleaning up its own corruption at home. Like Russia, after Putin took power and began cleaning up the swamp — something he is still doing after seventeen years, could there also be great changes going on in China? Putin is doing his ‘cleansing’ as gently as possible, without the mass conflagrations we have learned to expect in such situaitons. Could this also be going on in China? Do we really know? Do we begin to understand the Chinese correctly? Before we jump to conclusions, I think we had better be very certain of them.
There is negative commentary in James’ article about China’s use of soft power. But how else are these poor nations really supposed to get the help they need to upgrade their lives? Should China just give this help away? How else is this new system to be created? People will be employed building the railroads, and so their lives will improve — that seems pretty clear to me. Americans, having learned something about unemployment, should I think be sympathetic to this viewpoint.
Take a moment to look at our situation here in the United States: our infrastructure is in a state of collapse, and the financial collapse is going to leave our country without money. If/when/as we decide that we want to rejoin the world population, we are going to need among other things to upgrade our own railroad system. How, though, are we going to ‘play’ in a world where gold is demanded in payment? We are going to find out, I think, that we don’t have much gold at all, and any that we do have was more than likely stolen from others. As much as we might not like to have to put our pride aside, wouldn’t it be sensible for China to lend us the money, just like it is lending to other third world countries? Remember that pride goeth before a fall, and these are plain realities I think we are going to have to consider as we go forward. I think we are going to find ourselves on our knees, and we are going to have to figure out if we want to stay there, or if we want to get up and walk.
In that same vein of thought, China, having played our ‘banker’, stands to lose a huge amount of money when the financial system goes down. The only way they can recoup this loss is to own real assets, like property, in the United States, and so they have been buying it in substantial amounts. Realistically speaking, can you blame them? Wouldn’t you do the same? Yet we speak of this buying like they’re doing something evil, when it is only financially sensible. We hear ugly words about this and so many other things that China is doing, because we do not understand that it is our government which is to blame for this, not China. We sold the Chinese, who need water, the water in Lake Superior. They didn’t steal it from us! These thoughts will be harsh to many ears, but I think they are based in real fact, whether or not we may want to hear them.
While I’m speaking on this kind of a subject, let me share some of my thoughts on free energy, to which we certainly have a right — yet,there is no talk on anyone’s part about our using it in any mass way. Why? While I think it may arrive on the scene sooner rather than later, please stop and consider for a moment the huge geo-political ramifications of free energy, and the changes it will bring to the existing power structure. A tiny, tiny brilliant country without the need for energy can become immensely powerful. Can you see then that there very likely will be enormous shifts in the nations who are our leaders. When we can readily see we are presently still fighting among ourselves over differences that do not really matter, are we mature enough yet to handle this? Time to heal and grow is required.
I’ve just watched a video with Drunvalo, who has two more books coming out in August in the Flower of Life series, in which he speaks of the Birkeland Currents; they are a basic part of the Electric Universe, and I surmise they are a part of his new thinking. With our understanding of these currents comes the knowledge that communication across the universe happens instantly, not in billions of light years. I have watched a video in which it is demonstrated how these currents hold the Universe together, and they operate exactly like the merkaba energies, which Drunvalo has taught. Since I understand these energies, what he is saying makes perfect sense to me. Apparently, we may have much more to experience and learn than we can begin to imagine before we actually make this shift, and I for one am keeping my mind open and not locking down any time frame possibilities. I do not think time is running out, and I believe we are being guided by the Cosmos!
Questions, questions — and are we certain we know the answers?
I suggest before we let ourselves think drastic thoughts about our future as a species, that we watch a bit more of what happens while we consider possible answers to these very important questions.~J 🙂