So I think you need a new world order that China has to be part of the process of making it. They have to own it the same way as, let’s say, the United States owns the Washington consensus, the current order, and I think this would be a more stable one where you would have coordinated policies. I think the makings of it are already there because the G20, in agreeing to peer reviews, effectively is moving in that direction.
But the excuse seems to be, it’s the new world order and I’d like to talk about the new world order. The new world order really is how we say a generic term. It’s an overhaul. It’s a description of the overhaul to go into the next stage. Let’s look back in history. We had a new world order in 1919, when the victorious allies, France, Britain, and the United States defeated the central powers. Germany, Austria, Hungary, and the Turkish empire. it was very politically centered, but they did get together in Paris, France, to plan out the new world order. And that sort of guaranteed that the conditions were so bad against Germany and the defeated powers that it guaranteed the second world war. But the important thing to at that at that time in 1919, to plan out the new world order they founded two organizations. The New York based Council on Foreign Relations and the London based Royal Institute on International Affairs also known as Chatham House. That new world order had achieved…
I have here a coin which is 1 Argentine peso. This will buy you, well it’ll hardly buy you a bus trip in downtown Buenos Aires. And yet if I were to go to 1970 – in 1970 this little coin would have purchased you Argentina 4 or 5 times after another. Why? Because since January of 1970, we have undergone 4 major monetary changes where they’ve knocked off zeros on our currency. Thirteen zeros to be exact. So this would be worth 10 trillion pesos from that time and 10 trillion pesos at that time would’ve bought you Argentina 3 or 4 times over. That’s inflation. Actually that’s hyper inflation. So when we hear about your inflationary concerns and everything, we’ve seen that, we’ve done that. We’ve been through the whole thing.
Unemployment at 16-year high
In December, the number of unemployed persons increased by 632,000 to 11.1 million and the unemployment rate rose to 7.2 percent. Since the start of the recession in December 2007, the number of unemployed persons has grown by 3.6 million, and the unemployment rate has risen by 2.3 percentage points. Bureau of labor statistics.
Add to that, the Federal Reserve’s audacity to deny disclosure of nearly $2 Trillion dollars. As determined by the court, and I’m paraphrasing, that (bold) We the People are not party to what the Federal Reserve (a private corporation) does with its money.
The never ending debt. Ever since Independence, almost 200 years ago, Argentina’s foreign debt has been a source of impoverishment and corruption and the biggest scandals. Since the first loan negotiated by Rivadavia in 1824 with the British bank Baring Brothers, the debt was used to enrich the Argentinean financiers, to control the finances, and empty the country of its wealth.
Every twenty-six thousand years our solar system passes through the twelve zodiac signs. Ancient civilizations such as the Hopi, Egyptians, Cherokee, Apache, and the Mayans were aware of this great cycle and developed calendars according to it. This cycle stems from many different occurrences in nature such as the suns orbit around Alcion, the central star of Pleiades, as well as the 260 day cycle of human gestation. This cycle is broken down into five sub-cycles of 5,125 years each which were thought to have their own age. The Aztec Calendar, or Meso-American Sun Stone, depicted each cycle being destroyed by one of the five elements. The cycle we are currently in is the age of the fifth sun. 3113 BC to 2012 AD. More precisely this great cycle ends December 21, 2012. Mayan cultures and civilizations were aware of this end date and Nostradamus even prophecized about it.