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PostSubject: Middle East Makeover, Something Obvious I Did Not Understand   Sun 14 Apr 2013, 3:36 pm

Somehow I missed this, and it is so basic and so fundamental that I'm almost embarrassed to write and publish this post [now]. But this key point is essential to understanding the military action and dramatic social upheaval underway across the entire Middle east.

In short, our global system is transitioning from one that is reliant on petroleum to one that will be driven by so-called "alternative" energy. Of course, this will decimate the middle east's primary source of wealth. But what else will it do? What other resource will be effected on a global scale?..... Well, the US Dollar, of course.

Let me explain.

The US Gov't and the Federal Reserve essentially use US Dollars in order spend with no limit, for they know that there is virtually an endless consumer for US Dollars since ALL sales of petroleum must be settled in US Dollars. Hence, the middle east petroleum industry has the capacity to absorb all USD's printed, reinvesting them back into US Bonds and other USD investments. Hence, this is why several years ago, Dick Cheney said "Deficits Don't Matter".... and he was correct. The middle east petroeum producers will always accept USDs and reinvest them back into the US, because that's how the Middle East generates its revenue, and ultimately, its profit. Yeah, it's a racket, but one that the Middle East players have been willing to play because it enriches them.

But what happens when the Elite flush the petroleum industry for "alternative" energy markets? Where will the USD's be utliized? Who will accept all the USD's that the Fed and USGov want to print? They will need to generate demand for USD's somewhere in the world in order to keep the racket going.

And that's where China comes-in, and it's position as global supplier. China will replace the Middle East as the globe's primary receiver of USD's, so that the USGov and Fed can continue to print and spend with no limit. This now explain one of the major reasons for the GATT treaty signed under Clinton in 1995, and the migration of all industry to China. Ultimately, the elite need a trading partner for USD's to facilitate unilimited spending. And I guess China was selected as that partner longer before the Vietnam war, which was used as a military bargaining chip to pressure Chinese elite into opening-up their country to Western exploitation.

Where does that leave the Middle East. I guess they go back to becoming a poor sand dune run by a huge military presence to keep the impoverished people in-line. With no ability to extract wealth from their land by exporting petroleum, they will fall into chaos and horrid decay. So, I guess the US Military wanted to get in there early in order to establish their own systems of order, well before the knobs are turned-off and the real madness ensues.

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PostSubject: Re: Middle East Makeover, Something Obvious I Did Not Understand   Mon 15 Apr 2013, 12:13 pm

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Somehow I missed this, and it is so basic and so fundamental that I'm almost embarrassed to write and publish this post [now]. But this key point is essential to understanding the military action and dramatic social upheaval underway across the entire Middle east.

In short, our global system is transitioning from one that is reliant on petroleum to one that will be driven by so-called "alternative" energy. Of course, this will decimate the middle east's primary source of wealth. But what else will it do? What other resource will be effected on a global scale?..... Well, the US Dollar, of course.

Let me explain.

The US Gov't and the Federal Reserve essentially use US Dollars in order spend with no limit, for they know that there is virtually an endless consumer for US Dollars since ALL sales of petroleum must be settled in US Dollars. Hence, the middle east petroleum industry has the capacity to absorb all USD's printed, reinvesting them back into US Bonds and other USD investments. Hence, this is why several years ago, Dick Cheney said "Deficits Don't Matter".... and he was correct. The middle east petroeum producers will always accept USDs and reinvest them back into the US, because that's how the Middle East generates its revenue, and ultimately, its profit. Yeah, it's a racket, but one that the Middle East players have been willing to play because it enriches them.

But what happens when the Elite flush the petroleum industry for "alternative" energy markets? Where will the USD's be utliized? Who will accept all the USD's that the Fed and USGov want to print? They will need to generate demand for USD's somewhere in the world in order to keep the racket going.

And that's where China comes-in, and it's position as global supplier. China will replace the Middle East as the globe's primary receiver of USD's, so that the USGov and Fed can continue to print and spend with no limit. This now explain one of the major reasons for the GATT treaty signed under Clinton in 1995, and the migration of all industry to China. Ultimately, the elite need a trading partner for USD's to facilitate unilimited spending. And I guess China was selected as that partner longer before the Vietnam war, which was used as a military bargaining chip to pressure Chinese elite into opening-up their country to Western exploitation.

Where does that leave the Middle East. I guess they go back to becoming a poor sand dune run by a huge military presence to keep the impoverished people in-line. With no ability to extract wealth from their land by exporting petroleum, they will fall into chaos and horrid decay. So, I guess the US Military wanted to get in there early in order to establish their own systems of order, well before the knobs are turned-off and the real madness ensues.

Very startling scenario. Is this by any chance a planetary DE-INDUSTRIALIZING plan)....?!?Sheesh.... Evil or Very Mad

Another question: what could possible take the place of OIL as a source of energy (NOT nuclear, it would seem, as they are determined that that is 'far too dangerous' ..)

It seems: their plans will inevitably end in pointless cruelty and ruin for that is what they are; I believe still that the only way out of their madness is Supernatural*, if that is possible.

*through prayer/God, I hope fervently!


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PostSubject: Re: Middle East Makeover, Something Obvious I Did Not Understand   Fri 19 Apr 2013, 11:44 pm

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Very startling scenario. Is this by any chance a planetary DE-INDUSTRIALIZING plan)....?!?Sheesh.... Evil or Very Mad

Another question: what could possible take the place of OIL as a source of energy (NOT nuclear, it would seem, as they are determined that that is 'far too dangerous' ..)

It seems: their plans will inevitably end in pointless cruelty and ruin for that is what they are; I believe still that the only way out of their madness is Supernatural*, if that is possible.

*through prayer/God, I hope fervently!
Well, the Club of Rome report, The First Global Revolution, tells us that this is indeed part of a de-industrial plan, leading to mass poverty, suppression of human health, intelligence, and a vast divide between a few HAVE and the masses of HAVE-NOT. This sort of plan can result in totally divergent evolution paths for humanity, ultimately, with the mass lower evolved species facing extinction.

Hence, energy sources that can support large populations are to become extinct, real or imagined. So, petroleum and nuclear are most definitely off the table. What energy sources will be used to support the elite human species is not yet known by me.

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PostSubject: Re: Middle East Makeover, Something Obvious I Did Not Understand   Sun 21 Apr 2013, 1:06 pm

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ScoutsHonor wrote:
Very startling scenario. Is this by any chance a planetary DE-INDUSTRIALIZING plan)....?!?Sheesh.... Evil or Very Mad

Another question: what could possible take the place of OIL as a source of energy (NOT nuclear, it would seem, as they are determined that that is 'far too dangerous' ..)

It seems: their plans will inevitably end in pointless cruelty and ruin for that is what they are; I believe still that the only way out of their madness is Supernatural*, if that is possible.

*through prayer/God, I hope fervently!
Well, the Club of Rome report, The First Global Revolution, tells us that this is indeed part of a de-industrial plan, leading to mass poverty, suppression of human health, intelligence, and a vast divide between a few HAVE and the masses of HAVE-NOT. This sort of plan can result in totally divergent evolution paths for humanity, ultimately, with the mass lower evolved species facing extinction.

Hence, energy sources that can support large populations are to become extinct, real or imagined. So, petroleum and nuclear are most definitely off the table. What energy sources will be used to support the elite human species is not yet known by me.

Yea, what I was afraid of.. Seems like we are riding the tide backwards, heading towards *windmills* and perhaps mud huts & witch doctors, it looks like.

Terriby sad to contemplate, and EXTREMELY hard for me to believe, even now... ! It's truly a reality out of Steven King's worst nightmares... ...VAST *Sigh*



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PostSubject: Re: Middle East Makeover, Something Obvious I Did Not Understand   Sun 21 Apr 2013, 8:14 pm

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Yea, what I was afraid of.. Seems like we are riding the tide backwards, heading towards *windmills* and perhaps mud huts & witch doctors, it looks like.

Terriby sad to contemplate, and EXTREMELY hard for me to believe, even now... ! It's truly a reality out of Steven King's worst nightmares... ...VAST *Sigh*
Well, you saw Speilberg's movie series "Back to the Future", right? Well, that movie title and concept was no accident, it was deliberate propaganda.

Also notice the Capital One TV commercials with all those guys dressed up like they came from the Dark Ages. Again, this is no accident.

Watch for this in media and let me know what you see now that you didn't notice before. I betcha you'll be surprised.

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