Three big-picture essays: On “Involuntary Simplicity,” Who’s behind the “disclosure” movement, and an unusual(?) way of parsing current geopolitical economic dynamics

Image of Rodin's "The Thinker" calphotos.berkeley.edu

Image of Rodin’s “The Thinker” calphotos.berkeley.edu

Whew. These are all fascinating, big picture essays, provocative as hell, basically, well written and apparently well-researched. I do take issue with the second one, on “disclosure,” as I don’t think Ken of redefinininggod.com has personally checked out the UFO disclosure culture for himself or he might not make such blanket statements. In any case, still a fascinating read.

First, another Toynesbee-esque report (see this and this) from “The Archdruid, John Michael Greer:

Dark Age America: Involuntary Simplicity

Next, that “Disclosure” piece, which claims that the Rockefellers (and the Jesuits) control the entire conversation. How does “Ken” of redefininggod.com get away with such unmitigated cynicism? Oh well! Note that both he and the economic story below make use of some version of the Hegelian “Problem, Reaction, Solution” framework popularized by David Icke for analyzing the world. And that includes understanding all “opposition” as “controlled opposition.” True?

Why are the Rockefellers and the Jesuits Guiding the UFO Disclosure Movement?

And third, JC Collins of the philosophyofmetrics blog, presents his perspective on how the fall of the dollar in favor of the BRICs alliance, etc. is in fact fitting right into the larger plan. Plus, his explanation for how QE actually worked helped, me, for one, (hopefully, possibly) begin to grok this particular bizarre economic slight-of-hand.

A Tale of Two Metrics: Deflation and Why QE Didn’t Cause Hyperinflation

Excerpt:

The script is already being presented through the media that when the next crisis hits the central banks will be unable to do anything to stave off the collapse, and other banks are insolvent.

This is where we need to focus our understanding for the next stage of the transition to the multilateral financial system.

 

 

 

 

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  1. rose day says:

    Ann, the comments pertaining to this article on the actual JC Collins site are as thought-provoking as the financial precepts which Collins is promoting.

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