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Reasons to Be Cheerful – One, Two, Three

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GIVEN everything that is going on in the world and how it all links together to produce one giant manufactured polycrisis, one could be forgiven for descending into despair for the futures of ourselves and our descendants. It is all clearly designed to confuse and distract us while the globalist cabal gets on with its Great Reset in which we will be robbed of everything we own and be subject to constant surveillance and control.

Fortunately there are several excellent podcasters who interview knowledgeable guests who explode the myths, deceptions, half-truths and downright lies. Allow me to share some nuggets.

First, climate. It is highly likely that the sun is entering a ‘grand solar minimum’ which will last for at least 35 years. If so the weather is going to turn significantly colder while the level of atmospheric carbon dioxide continues to rise, destroying the notion that more COmeans higher temperatures; this change should be evident within the next decade.  

Relating climate to finance, in recent years there has been a change of attitude at the top of the US Federal Reserve. Chairman Jerome Powell is a different animal from his globalist predecessors Janet Yellen and Ben Bernanke. Whereas the latter two have never run anything in the private sector or invested other people’s money, Powell has a hedge fund background which informs his attitudes to managing the US money supply. He has said the ‘Fed’ does not have a climate policy unless it has a congressional mandate (it doesn’t), that it is not the Central Bank of the World and it will act at all times in the interests of the US.

We tend to imagine that the global banking ‘elite’ are a monolith thinking and acting as one. They are not. Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan Chase and Citibank have gained more power within the Federal Reserve than Rothschilds and Rockefeller which are the main WEF sponsors along with fund management companies BlackRock and Vanguard. JP Morgan Chase is led by one Jamie Dimon, who is on record as strongly opposing constraints on traditional energy investment and the WEF’s creation, ESG (environmental, social and governance).

Life may be about to get difficult for BlackRock as the Fed raises interest rates. As part of the ‘Great Reset’ it bought masses of mortgage-distressed domestic property at 0 per cent interest at prices well above the real value, becoming highly leveraged in the process. The Federal Reserve rate is going to stay high for at least the next two years and may go as high as 7 per cent. To say BlackRock is vulnerable is an understatement. Its liabilities are likely to far outweigh its market capitalisation. CEO Larry Fink has made some powerful enemies and the sharks smell blood in the water. Some have worked out that in the proposed technocratic future they are not planned to have seats at the top table. Cue mayhem.

This year there will be a significant financial change. In June the US banking system moves away from LIBOR (London Inter Bank Offer Rate) which has been the debt indexing rate for the entire world for more than century. Thereafter SOFR (Secured Overnight Funding Rate) will be the index rate for all American debt, and the City of London will no longer control it. LIBOR will have to follow SOFR. The power of the City of London will be reduced over American markets and the US will have control over its own monetary policy for the first time since Bretton Woods in 1944. 

In the long run there should be a net benefit for all and some commentators think the euro will collapse to about $0.80 bringing bankruptcy to the European Central Bank and precipitating the break-up of the EU. The pound will suffer a little too but the FTSE will be strong and the Dow Jones index could be headed for 40,000 from its present 33,000-plus.

Some of the Fed’s actions have drained funds away from the administration and Congress, harming their ability to keep pouring war dollars into Ukraine. It will continue to do so.

While the globalists’ plan for digital ID has fallen apart we still need to be on our guard because it has not finally been seen off. The pandemic was to provide the excuse for the ‘vaccines’ which were to be the gateway for ‘vaccine’ passports. As we saw from his words at Davos, the globalists’ agent Blair is still pushing it. What they have achieved is an awakening as many more people do not trust their governments, their health authorities and the corporate-controlled media than was the case prior to 2020. They have over-reached and been in too much of a hurry, and it will be their undoing.

As far as Central Bank Digital Currency is concerned, we already have digital currency through our electronic payments and transfers. The issue is the planned controllability of them. The technical challenge is enormous. Suppliers will be competing for the buyers who are permitted to purchase their products and cheating will inevitably be widespread. In the UK, should the plan be that the Bank of England will be the sole holder of the digital ledger, what exactly will all those executives at Barclays, HSBC and RBS do? The movers and shakers of the world are waking up to the fact that they won’t have seats at the top table.

Last, Jordan Peterson has plans to start an organisation with the aim of taking on the World Economic Forum, in other words an Anti-WEF. He is gathering a consortium in London this autumn and the group he puts together will discuss six big philosophical and policy questions. The ideas under discussion will be aimed at providing an antidote to the technocratic, trans-human ‘narrative’ flowing out of Davos, an alternative vision of a future in which people will still have sovereignty over their own lives.   

Some areas of focus are planned to be:

·         How to get energy and resources at the lowest possible cost to the largest number of people around the world.

·         Engaging in a ‘pro-human view’ of Earth stewardship.

·         Putting forward a vision on the family policy front to facilitate the encouragement and maintenance of long-term, monogamous couples and family creation.

Peterson has said that he’d been trying to understand the ideas driving the globalist ‘utopian’ tyranny. He considers it is a quasi-religious vision which construes that our Western culture, especially our industrial culture, is a tyrannical patriarch raping and pillaging everything in its way.

Back to climate: Those who follow Dr Peterson’s podcasts will have seen that recently he has taken to interviewing some well-known, well-qualified climate realists. Could it be that he plans to take on the Great Climate Lie as well? We should watch with interest to see who among our so-called ‘elites’ accepts the invitation to his gathering in the autumn. Is a new dawn breaking?

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Iain Hunter
Iain Hunter
Iain Murray Hunter is a former RAF officer/fighter pilot and retired airline pilot.

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