Sunday, July 5, 2015

Globalist Agenda Watch 2015: Updates 52-55 – Greece and the BRICS Summit & Bank depositors, prepare to be wiped out

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[Update 52 – 2 July 2015]
The BRICS Bank will be ready this month for the Fed’s interest rate hike
In yet another sign of how carefully the globalists have choreographed the supposed East vs. West conflict, the BRICS Post is reporting that the BRICS Bank’s $100 billion Contingency Fund will be in place at the end of the month. This will give them a good six weeks to work out procedural bugs before the Federal Reserve delivers the New Lehman Shock with an expected September interest rate increase, and it even raises the possibility that the Fed could surprise us with a rate hike this month.
Originally, the BRICS Bank was scheduled to launch sometime in 2016. But during last November’s G20 Summit, the BRICS’ language changed to an “as quickly as possible” stance. I took note of it at the time in The Globalists are accelerating the rollout of their new financial system. In that entry, I predicted that the Bank would be launched at next week’s BRICS Summit, and I took note of what the Brazilian President said about the Bank
>>> With $100 billion in its coffers, the bank will help ensure infrastructure investments in BRICS countries and provide assistance for countries suffering from the economic volatility in the wake of the US’ exit from its expansionary monetary policy <<<

The $100 billion Contingency Fund is the money that is earmarked for that assistance, so the globalists must ensure it’s in place before they instruct the Fed to do the deed. Since it will be ready at about the same time the FOMC meets this month (on the 28th and 29th), a surprise July increase isn’t out of the question. It all depends on how much time they want to space between the “Fed Mistake” and the UN Summit in late September. I still favor a September rate hike for the time being, but I will be watching what they say very closely this month.
[Update 53 – 3 July 2015]
Happy ISIS Weekend?
A rare photograph of ISIS General Mohammed Hachmed Jihadi and his globalist intelligence agency handler…

Now that we’ve firmly entered the event horizon of the next global financial crisis, a progressive increase in war propaganda and false-flag terror is to be expected. So could we be looking at “ISIS” attacks in America during the Fourth of July weekend? I wouldn’t be surprised.
Should such attacks arise, watch for the following things (and laugh)…
> The attack(s) will be sloppy and easily seen through.
> The faux-truthers will be all over them exposing the inconsistencies between what happened and “the official story.”
> The trail will ultimately lead to the globalist elements that have been designated to play the scapegoat role during the NWO transition: the Neocons, the Zionists, the Nazis, and the Anglo-American banksters.
For a more detailed explanation of how all this works, see this entry: Throwing the Game: Why the globalists are exposing their own false-flags.
(P.S. – 3 July 2015) – Whilst poking about the internet this evening, I came across this LaRouche webpage


…So Lyndon LaRouche is selling the BRICS Kool Aid, eh? No surprise there.

[Update 54]
As time marches forward to the 7th BRICS Summit and the opening of the BRICS New Development Bank (NDB) next week, let’s take a look at some clues in the media about what Greece might do…
Clue #1 – On January 14th of this year, 11 days before Syriza was elected and he was given the post of Greek Defense Minister, Panos Kammenos was in Russia attending a roundtable discussion called “The parliamentary elections in Greece: a change of course and exit from the euro zone


…Kammenos is the one boxed in red.
Here is what the site reported at the time…
>>> A roundtable discussion ‘The parliamentary elections in Greece: a change of course and exit from the euro zone’ took place in Rossiya Segodnya news agency on Wednesday, January 14.
The discussion was attended by the leader of Independent Greeks opposition party Panos Kammenos, Institute of geopolitical issues Director Philippos Tsadilis, Russian Peacekeeper web review Chied Editor Evgeny Belsky, Russians Abroad Institute Deputy Director Alexander Shchedrin and InfoRos information agency Chief Editor Denis Tyurin. <<<

“A change of course and exit from the euro zone,” eh? What did they know then that we still don’t seem to know now?
Clue #2 – In an article titled Greeks Enthusiastic About Joining BRICS New Development Bank, Sputnik has reported that…
>>> On June 19, Greek Energy Minister Panagiotis Lafazanis told Sputnik that Greece could become the first non-founder members of the NDB, joining on an equal footing as its current members, as soon as the bank was launched. <<<
Since the bank is being launched next Tuesday, that suggests Greece might join next week.
Clue #3 – In this RT article, the remarks of another Greek government minister was reported…
>>> “I think there is a lot of potential [in Russian-Greek relations] in a number of sectors,” Giorgos Stathakis, Minister of Economy, Infrastructure, Shipping and Tourism said. As soon as problems which “exist at this point between the EU and Greece are overcome, then relations [between Moscow and Athens] will be fully developed,” he added.
Stathakis added that he was “happy with that,” but was reluctant to disclose if any “results” had been achieved at the forum.” <<<
So what are the “problems which exist at this point between the EU and Greece”? The bailout question, right? And that question will be settled by Sunday’s Greek referendum. This would suggest that Greece might “fully develop” Eastern relations as soon as the votes are counted. I also found it was quite curious that the article said Stathakis was “reluctant to disclose” any results that had been achieved. The wording made it sound like he was keeping a secret – a secret that may give birth to a big surprise later on.
So while the Western media have been downplaying Greece’s overtures towards Russia as mere bargaining maneuvers in reaching a deal with the Troika, Greece’s government ministers have been saying some very interesting things for those with ears to hear. Given this, there are two ways I see next week playing out: an orderly switchover or a disorderly switchover.
The Orderly Switchover – Greece will join the BRICS Bank next week and begin their transition back to the drachma with the backing of the East.
The Disorderly Switchover – Greece will fail to join the BRICS Bank next week, and they will fall into economic and social disarray. Having failed to close a deal with either the Troika or the BRICS, Syriza will disintegrate and the Greek military will have to step up to maintain some semblance of order. The Defense Minister, Panos Kammenos (the one who attended the roundtable discussion in Russia), will then take the reins and cut a deal with the BRICS (as I outlined in Update 19).
Either way, the weather calls for popcorn next week.
[Update 55 – 4 July 2015]
Bank depositors, prepare to be wiped out
Zero Hedge is reporting some interesting things going on in the world of derivatives right now. The banksters appear to be gathering all their derivatives contracts into a few “fall guy” banks, including entities within those banks that are FDIC-insured…
If you read the following article, you’ll see why this is bad news for depositors in those banks: It Can Happen Here: The Confiscation Scheme Planned for US and UK Depositors.
I’ll sort through everything and produce an understandable explanation of all this as soon as I’m able. For now, suffice it to say that I won’t be keeping any money in the banks except what is needed to pay immediate bills. For when the derivatives go pop, they’ll steal it all.
For the previous updates in this series, click here.
Love always…




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