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Unlike what is often highlighted as the main cause of friction between the so-called Civilized West and the rest of the under-developed World – radicalization – is a useful tool, used for eons to manipulate the population into doing what the powers (in the West) need them to do. Radical movements happen so fast that they leave a power vacuum – which western powers have always used to help insert their own puppet leaders.

Such a power vacuum – has now appeared in Egypt. That was the plan.

However, there is a second part to this game: Balkanization

That comes from a very old British Colonial trick, known better as, “Divide and Conquer.”

Now, to successfully balkanize a population – you have to make certain that the different pre-existing divisions do not communicate. If they do communicate, then it must only be to incite hate between the groups. Races can be played against each other in some countries where the population is inherently multi-racial, or at the very least multi-ethnic. In certain other countries – certain social classes can be brought into conflict. This is the card played in Egypt and Thailand.

Then of course, there is the all-time favourite RELIGIOUS uprisings. Here, you get to play one group of radicals against another. But for this to work – you NEED radicals within EACH RELIGION. George W. Bush played this card against the people of the United States – when he, along with those in the Shadow Government – blamed a dying Tim Osman (a.k.a. Osama bin Laden) of Masterminding the 9/11 “Attacks.” This RADICALIZED the largely Christian populace to such an extent – it even won him a free pass into Iraq!

Nevermind the fact that Christianity is all about – turning the other cheek – and forgiveness…

There in lies the beauty of having a radicalized population: THEY DON’T THINK – all that much.

Before you know it, you have them killing for you, dying for you – and giving you ALL THEIR MONEY.

(That last part – being the whole point of the exercise)

Obama is (and always has been) a stooge for Wall Street. But you know that for sure, now.

You cried for him. You yelled for him.
You BOUGHT his whole charade.
And then you ELECTED him President….

Only to see him turn into a Goldman Sachs employee again – once he was in office.

And that’s how the game is played. It’s an old game. A very old one. And it has been played over and over again by more or less the same cabal of dungeonmasters – with a different set of players, in different countries, at different points in time.

The methods are the same.

1. Engineer a Crisis
2. Create a Rebellion
3. Co-opt the Rebellion
4. Install a Puppet-leader to lead the Rebellion… into a position far worse than it was before.

Let’s call it The Brzezinski Method – although, I’m not sure if he really invented it. Zbigniew Kazimierz Brzezinski certainly USED it to perfection in the past – so, I may as well give him the credit.

So how was this “crisis” in Egypt engineered?

Easy.

1. Create a whole lot of fiat currency
(that’s the great thing about having a printing machine like the Fed in your backyard – you can never run out – EVER!)

2. Make sure that NONE of that money ends up in the hands of the PEOPLE – through any sort jobs. (NO JOBS! Jobs are BAD! They create WEALTH for the masses – and they buy up PROPERTY!) – instead, let ALL THAT MONEY – go into BUYING UP STOCK!

3. Let’s BUY some FOOD STOCK! That’ll drive prices UP – even if there is NO REAL SHORTAGE!

4. Now, because we have bought SO MUCH FOOD – with US Dollars – the Word OUTSIDE (Egypt – this means you) has PLENTY of USD. This drives the value of the US Dollar – down in Egypt. Food there is also priced in USD.

5. America does not feel the pinch – since they just SPECULATED the money away in the stock market – buy those outside now have to PAY MORE to BUY LESS FOOD since there’s so much fiat money around! But this money isn’t in the hands of the people who actually BUY the food to EAT the food. It’s instead – in the STOCK MARKET!

6. Food prices go up. Real inflation drives the value of the currency down – and people at the bottom of the economic ladder (I’d call that the “majority”) – feel hungry enough to riot.

7. Send in the police to make the riots as violent as possible.

8. Get rid of the current puppet – and install you NEXT puppet, now with POPULAR support.

9. Repeat for the NEXT country affected by exported US inflation….

Unlike Obama, however – Mohamed ElBaradei doesn’t have a chance in Egypt. The Egyptian people aren’t as easy to fool, as the American populace.

For the first time – in Egypt at least – the Brzezinski Method seems to have, well – FAILED!

Let’s see what his SON – Mark Brzezinski – has to say about all this…

I guess, the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.

I’ll just let the him speak…

He speaks the truth…

…for now.

Money is not always the same as currency. Money is something which generally retains its value over time and in most cases, can be traded for something else of value. Currency is simply legal money. But there is another way of looking at currency. I prefer to look at it like a commodity.

Gold is a commodity. Its value is determined by how much there is, and how much people want to have. It isn’t something you can create with current technology. In fact, it would take a Supernova to create gold – so I would assume an equivalent amount of energy would have to be used if it ever were to be manufactured artificially.

For all effective purposes then, the quantity of gold depends solely on how much can be produced by mining. And that quantity isn’t nearly enough today – to satisfy demand. Hence, gold prices rise.

(There isn’t even enough paper money around – but that seems to have much LESS of a demand – else gold prices would be dropping.)


Coming back to currency however, if we think of it as a commodity – its supply is limitless. Fiat currency is created with a stroke of a pen (or, rather – the punch of a key on a computer.) We can create as much of it as we want. Although it might seem to be a great idea to have a commodity which is so easy to create – we have to realise that currency DOES NOT automatically carry VALUE. The value of a currency depends on how much of it is in circulation – or rather, how little of it is compared to its demand. We have no way of increasing value ITSELF as “value” is an intangible.

George Soros claims that gold is in a “bubble” – that is – it is priced more than it’s worth. The truth is however, that it is the currency (the legal money) which is on its way down. While the economy may be in a “depression” the Fed is STILL trying to inflate it by printing more currency. And THAT will lead eventually to INFLATION – or, what I call – a CURRENCY BUBBLE!

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