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Urgent Message for Donald Trump

 

By Anna Von Reitz
This is an urgent message for US President Donald J. Trump:
Help is on the way.
What appears to be an insurmountable obstacle will melt away like morning mist.
You have been chosen to enter the vacated Office of President of the United States of America
(Unincorporated). We have seen your heart in your actions and we approve of the steps you have
taken to get the Ship of State back on course.
The so-called “New Republic” does not have a contract. Mr. Rothschild has been repeatedly rebuffed
and informed that we have made new arrangements and have new contracts with new federal
service providers in place following the attempt to vacate the federal obligations and commercial
service contract known as The Constitution for the united States of America.
The assistance that FRANCE has rendered as part of the transition to new vendors is appreciated, but
only approved on a month-by-month service for-hire basis.
This counter offer has been published widely and accepted, so there is no excuse for FRANCE to
continue making efforts or claims otherwise. The so-called New Republic may represent the failed
Territorial United States during its reorganization, but does not represent us.
Likewise, upon you acceptance of the Office of the President of the United States of America and
your return to your birthright political status, you will be fully indemnified and enabled to act in
concert with Michael Stephan Young to represent the interests of the Paramount Security Interest
Holders and Priority Creditors of the UNITED STATES, INC. and the USA, Inc.
Our claims are in place and our Sovereign Letters Patent are recorded along with all the other
documentation and corrections of the Public Record needed to enforce the Will of the People and
their organic states.
You are not limited to be the President of a bankrupt Municipal or Territorial Government Services
Corporation. You have the Office of the President of the United States of America (unincorporated)
ready and waiting for your acceptance. Your indemnification bond will be sent to the treasury early
next week, and until then and in the interim you can shelter your office under the indemnification
bond of your birth state: AMRI00001 RA393427640US.
The United States of America is among the last standing land jurisdiction governments on Earth. It is
the only entity (now that the Holy See has abdicated) competent to sort out this Mess, to forgive
odious international debt, to restructure and exchange debts among nations, and to re-settle and revenue
the national governments owed to all the people on Earth.
As President of the unincorporated United States of America, you will be representing the interests
and security of the actual states and people, who are the Paramount Security Interest Holders and
Priority Creditors of the UNITED STATES, INC. and the USA, Inc. and all their franchises, subsidiaries
and agencies.
This is a sacred calling in the universal sense, not to be undertaken lightly.
If you love your country, as we believe that you do, you are now enabled to occupy the land
jurisdiction office and to act as a faithful fiduciary and agent of the unincorporated United States of
America.
If Paul Ryan does assume office as President of the bankrupt Territorial United States, it should be
regarded as a private corporate issue and not as any transfer of power or delegated authority
affecting your public office as President of the United States of America upon your acceptance of the
duty owed by both of you to the actual states and people.
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What Still Unites Us?

What Still Unites Us?

Decades ago, a debate over what kind of nation America is roiled the conservative movement.

Neocons claimed America was an “ideological nation” a “creedal nation,” dedicated to the proposition that “all men are created equal.”

Expropriating the biblical mandate, “Go forth and teach all nations!” they divinized democracy and made the conversion of mankind to the democratic faith their mission here on earth.

With his global crusade for democracy, George W. Bush bought into all this. Result: Ashes in our mouths and a series of foreign policy disasters, beginning with Afghanistan and Iraq.

Behind the Trumpian slogan “America First” lay a conviction that, with the Cold War over and the real ideological nation, the USSR, shattered into pieces along ethnic lines, it was time for America to come home.

Contra the neocons, traditionalists argued that, while America was uniquely great, the nation was united by faith, culture, language, history, heroes, holidays, mores, manners, customs and traditions. A common feature of Americans, black and white, was pride in belonging to a people that had achieved so much.

The insight attributed to Alexis de Tocqueville — “America is great because she is good, and if America ceases to be good, she will cease to be great” — was a belief shared by almost all.

What makes our future appear problematic is that what once united us now divides us. While Presidents Wilson and Truman declared us to be a “Christian nation,” Christianity has been purged from our public life and sheds believers every decade. Atheism and agnosticism are growing rapidly, especially among the young.

Traditional morality, grounded in Christianity, is being discarded. Half of all marriages end in divorce. Four-in-10 children are born out of wedlock. Unrestricted abortion and same-sex marriage — once regarded as marks of decadence and decline — are now seen as human rights and the hallmarks of social progress.

Tens of millions of us do not speak English. Where most of our music used to be classic, popular, country and western, and jazz, much of it now contains rutting lyrics that used to be unprintable.

Where we used to have three national networks, we have three 24-hour cable news channels and a thousand websites that reinforce our clashing beliefs on morality, culture, politics and race.

Consider but a few events post-Charlottesville.

“Murderer” was painted on the San Fernando statue of Fr. Junipero Serra, the Franciscan who founded the missions that became San Diego, San Francisco, San Juan Capistrano and Santa Clara.

America’s oldest monument honoring Columbus, in Baltimore, was vandalized. Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia called for Robert E. Lee’s statue to be removed from Capitol and replaced by — Pocahontas.

According to legend, this daughter of Chief Powhatan saved Captain John Smith from being beheaded by throwing herself across his neck. The Chief was a “person of interest” in the disappearance of the “Lost Colony” of Roanoke Island, among whose missing was Virginia Dare, the first European baby born in British America.

Why did Kaine not call for John Smith himself, leader of the Jamestown Colony that fought off Indian attacks, to be so honored?

In New Orleans, “Tear It Down” was spray-painted on a statue of Joan of Arc, a gift from France in 1972. Besides being a canonized saint in the Catholic Church and a legendary heroine of France, what did the Maid of Orleans do to deserve this?

Taken together, we are seeing the discoverers, explorers and missionaries of North America demonized as genocidal racists all. The Founding Fathers are either slave owners or sanctioners of slavery.

Our nation-builders either collaborated in or condoned the ethnic cleansing of Native Americans. Almost to the present, ours was a land where segregationists were honored leaders.

Bottom line for the left: Americans should be sickened and ashamed of the history that made us the world’s greatest nation. And we should acknowledge our ancestors’ guilt by tearing down any and all monuments and statues that memorialize them.

This rising segment of America, full of self-righteous rage, is determined to blacken the memory of those who have gone before us.

To another slice of America, much of the celebrated social and moral “progress” of recent decades induces a sense of nausea, summarized in the lament, “This isn’t the country we grew up in.”

Hillary Clinton famously described this segment of America as a “basket of deplorables … racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamaphobic … bigots,” and altogether “irredeemable.”

So, what still unites us? What holds us together into the indefinite future? What makes us one nation and one people? What do we offer mankind, as nations seem to recoil from what we are becoming, and are instead eager to build their futures on the basis of ethnonationalism and fundamentalist faith?

If advanced democracy has produced the disintegration of a nation that we see around us, what is the compelling case for it?

A sixth of the way through the 21st century, what is there to make us believe this will be the Second American Century?

Patrick J. Buchanan is the author of a new book, “Nixon’s White House Wars: The Battles That Made and Broke a President and Divided America Forever.” To find out more about Patrick Buchanan and read features by other Creators writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators website at http://www.creators.com.

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America’s Berlin Wall Moment

JcollinsAugust 18, 2017CulturalEconomicsFREEPOM

Predicting the Implosion of Western Culture

What is now happening in America was predicted back in 2014 in the post The Implosion of American Culture.   The pattern and trend of ideological unrest, and growing division between the political left and political right, has now taken on new dimensions of propaganda and violence.  The wedge has been driven so deep that it is difficult to ascertain whether workable solutions and compromises can be implemented before all out cultural war takes root and joins with other civil conflicts which are developing in Europe.

Back in December of 2014 I stated the following:

This implosion of culture can be seen in the recent racial and political divide which has been given focus in the riots and protests across the country.  The media is doing its part to push the CSI (Cultural and Socioeconomic Interception) engineering into the homes and minds of the disorganized masses.  Many speculate that the riots have failed to spread as desired, but I reckon that they were extremely successful in that they leveled up the tension and pre-prejudice for a continuation of the slow motion implosion and transition to the international mindset collective.

Reflecting back upon those words we can observe the obvious trend which has continued from that period.  The “slow motion implosion” continued for the last three years and experienced an increase in both desperation and intensity after the election of Donald Trump.

As I have written about extensively, the Trump campaign platform, and now political agenda, is promoting the policies and mechanisms which will shift the American hegemonic power from its traditional Anglo-American establishment orientation to a more aligned multilateral orientation which is based on the mandates of an ancient consortium of international banking interests.

The financial and monetary aspects of this transition have been well covered in hundreds of POM posts which have delved into the morphing architecture of the global institutions, and emerging alliances between those institutions, across the political and economic spectrums.  These predictions and supporting analysis have proved extremely accurate, and have served as the functional base of understanding, and decision making, for both POM readers and enterprises around the world, including non-Anglo-American think tanks, defense contractors, mining companies, and investment funds.

The focus and direction of POM has been to explain the intrinsic characteristics of the emerging multilateral framework with that of the receding hegemonic framework, while building an understanding and awareness about self-realization and the inherent human predisposition to corrupt all monetary systems and structures of governance.  Our talking points about the transformation of monetary structures and human consciousness are now appearing in the writing and analysis of others.

There is nothing more rewarding and flattering than the realization that our small corner of the internet has penetrated so far into the evolving nature of the right-minded man.  POM has quietly become the place to learn and reflect on the methodologies and mandates of this new world mindset.  There are so many who incorporate the information presented here into their own works and audiences.  It has not gone unnoticed, or unappreciated.

New POM readers can also reference the following posts for further confirmation and clarification of the pattern which we are discussing here:

 

 

The removal of historical statues and symbols represents the next phase of the re-shaping of America which will take place.  Both political parties will fragment and eventually champion the emergence of a new form of politics which will represent the merging of all previous ideological platforms and socioeconomic theories.

The fall of the Berlin Wall heralded a transformation which allowed the Anglo-American establishment to consolidate control and force a liberal-socialist and left-fascist agenda around the world and at home. But all transformations become the predecessor of future transformations, and the world is once again experiencing a period of enhanced transformation.

There is a power in this world which is far greater than that of the Anglo-American establishment.  Trump represents this power and will serve in the role as Pied Piper to both parent and child, as a New Town emerges from the burnt and fractured structure of the old.

As I stated in 2014:

“They will say no one saw it coming.  But there are those of us across the internet, on blogs just like this one, who have seen it coming and have been talking about it for a long time.  The exact details of every point of transition, and interception, are not easily discerned, but the overall macro trend is clear and there are a few moments of sudden adjustments coming.  The sad reality is that the disorganized masses will remain ignorant to the whole process as they become consumed with television news drama that hides the structural truth behind the engineered cultural implosion of the American identity.”

We are on the cusp of multiple and sudden adjustments.  – JC

JC Collins can be contacted at jcollins@philosophyofmetrics.com

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The Narrative

Understanding Russian Collusion and Economic Collapse

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There are endless narratives which bombard our senses and twist our perceptions. Understanding these narratives is important in that it provides us with the tools to determine truth and dissect the objective of such narratives.  Narratives dominate our information inputs and prevent alternatives from being considered.

The purpose of a narrative, or more specifically – a strategic narrative, is the manufacture of human belief and thought for the purpose of controlled organization within the transformative process of evolution. Sounds complicated, right?

First let’s start with what a narrative is, which is different from its purpose.  A narrative is a single representation of an event, a statement, an idea, or a belief.  Narratives can exist on varying levels, such as micro and macro narratives, with some blending into others and converging in order to weave multiple events, statements, ideas, and beliefs into one cohesive narrative.

Second, there is the context of the narrative.  This encompasses the sequence and circumstances of the event, statement, idea, or belief.  The context is the most important aspect of the narrative creation, as is provides the framework which defines the narrative and directs its purpose to the strategic objective.

As an example, let’s take a look at the so-called Russian election influence and Trump campaign collusion narrative. The fact that there has been zero factual evidence provided to support the narrative is irrelevant.  The narrative is being built around the framework of fabricated events, through the use of powerful statements and historical ideas, while capturing a previously established belief that Russia is the bad actor.

This context is being disseminated through the mainstream media and establishment political representatives. Unidentified sources are manufacturing false events which are built upon harmless real events.  Politicians on both sides are making powerful statements about American democracy and the integrity of the election process, while acting melancholic about the idea of freedom.  This is all packaged under the belief that Russia has always been attempting to do evil things against America.

These points of context are driven home again and again.  It’s almost exhausting to watch and listen once you understand what is happening.  But the purpose of the narrative is important to grasp, as the consequences will be massive.

In some ways the whole Russian hacking narrative is a gift.  The political establishment in America is so desperate to overturn the election results that the narrative they are constructing is transparent and is revealing the whole methodology and mechanisms which are used.  Applying what we are learning here about narrative construction and purpose to other narratives can help us gain a deeper and more meaningful understanding of the transformation which is taking place in the world.

The economic collapse narrative is another one which is fits our definition.  Every economic event is considered to be a sign of impending disaster.  Negative economic events, or movements, are expressed as confirmation of the narrative. Positive economic events, or movements, are considered to be manipulation for the purpose of delaying or hiding the economic collapse.  All events somehow fit the narrative.  No alternative outcomes are allowed.

Likewise, the statements and ideas about economics, monetary policy, and geopolitics, are interwoven into an overall belief about how the world works.  This manufactured belief of course fits the narrative pattern and those who disagree simply do not understand the facts.

As real world events take place, and the narrative is temporarily shown to be without cause or merit, the narrative itself shifts just enough to accommodate the inconvenient truths and reality.  Nothing changes or alters the course of the narrative.  Russia influenced the election and colluded with Trump.  Economic collapse is coming and no other possibilities are considered.  Period.

Fortunately narratives are betrayed by real world patterns, which is why those who promote the narratives have to work endlessly to smother and shift attention away from the truthful patterns. It’s an unnatural fight against the natural world. It is a timeless battle.

As an example, the multilateral monetary transition which we have been reviewing since January of 2014 has been fully aligned with the real world patterns and unfolding factual events.  At every step of the way there have been those who have attacked the analysis while promoting imminent collapse and economic turmoil.

Statements about China dumping the dollar and never aligning with the international institutions, such as the IMF, have been completely destroyed by the fact that the Chinese renminbi is now a part of the SDR composition, the Chiang Mai Initiative Multilaterization is functioning in a subservient position to the IMF, and China has already issued a first round of SDR denominated bonds.   Add to this the fact that Managing Director Christine Lagarde stated a few weeks ago that the IMF head office could move to China down the road (which is something we have previously reviewed), and the whole narrative about China dumping dollars and taking over the dollars role in the international monetary system begins to look foolish and naïve.

But that doesn’t stop the collapse narrative from continuing.  These facts are just ignored or twisted to fit the narrative.  Add in geopolitical cannon fodder and whole new vistas of narrative possibilities come into existence.  The creative and expansive abilities of some to ignore whole sets of data and facts in order to accommodate the narrative are impressive.

Those who stated unequivocally that monetary policy could never be normalized without causing a collapse of the whole system are now faced with the task of explaining how QE has both ended and reversed, while interest rates are well into an upward cycle.

Trump is being attacked by the establishment representatives who are faced with the loss of business revenue and international contacts from which further revenue can be gained.  There is no mystery here.  Since the inauguration jobs have increased by the most in decades, the dollar has depreciated, the trade deficit is lower, illegal immigration has slowed dramatically, and the establishment geopolitical hotspots are incrementally being shifted to realign with a new multipolar world.  Along with China, the SDR, and other monetary matters, these are all things which we have predicted and discussed over the last few years.

Yet, for all the accuracy of the analysis, throngs of eager and informed masses ignore our analysis and flock to false narratives which do nothing to increase understanding and awareness about how the world functions.  It’s weird and fantastical that so many would defend events, statements, ideas, and beliefs which have been proven wrong time and time again.

Of course we are naturally susceptible to narratives because we view the world through a small window and short timeline.  The patience required for observation and trending of patterns over years and decades are relinquished for instant gratification and mental/emotional stimuli which hold our hand as we hopscotch across the wastelands of materialism.

Understanding the complex nature of the world and the mechanisms which function underneath the surface of our systems and processes is not easy.  Logic and history would suggest that some sort of disruption will happen at some point.  This disruption could be economic or geopolitical.  It may even be both.  But making the leap to Russian collusion and economic collapse are signs of an unstable culture with stunted emotional development.  – JC

JC Collins can be contacted at jcollins@philosophyofmetrics.com

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