The New World Order Manifesto


As we have control of everything in the world: economics, agriculture, production, transportation, media, education, governments, alimentation, health-care, technology, water, land, sea, air, space, legal system (national and international) and we have reached a certain pinnacle of technology. It has become necessary to take steps to ensure our survival in this realm; this means we must eliminate the imminent threat and cull our herd at the same time.

This accelerated program comes as a galactic awakening is happening which must be suppressed in order for us to continue our rule in this realm; this has awakened energies which we have long thought eradicated.

With the advent of the Internet some people have voraciously absorbed information which once was secret or limited by factors which are no longer viable due to technology. Thankfully many layers of our PR defenses have been actively working to counteract whatever damage has been done with the leaks of information over the years. A strategy of confusion has been active for many years now, saturating the Internet with useless but convincing information for people to follow.

Below is a summary of the steps taken and needed in order to achieve our goal and rule for centuries to come. This awakening must not be allowed to happen and the vibration level of the people must be kept as low as possible for the next 20 years. If necessary, all out war is an option of last resort.

To do so we have chosen and have been working on the following methodologies:

Make sure the populous are trained to be reactive and confused.

Convince people that there is over population that is helping to destroy the planet and that there are ‘useless eaters’ amongst them.

Formulate people’s consumption habits and then convince them that their consumption habits are destroying the planet.

Convince people to fear a large portion of the global population; choose those which are in the state of ‘development’ and easily culled without all out uproar. After having dehumanized a chosen population – war is a great way to move forward.

We have been instilling divisions within the populous for eons for us to exploit. Now we use the tactic of subdivisions which can be created if they don’t already exist but what you want is people to divide themselves.

Here is a condensed list of established divisions which we have been facilitated and are ready for exploitation:

Economic class
Educational status
Employment status
Geographical location
Political affiliations
Philosophical beliefs
Religious beliefs

We also use the following programmed triggers and fears when needed:

Competition – A useful tool for many different games.

Scarcity – The populous must continue to believe that there is scarcity in this world and that it is worsening for the reasons we provide.

Fear/Terror – The ultimate weapon for us – continue its use on every level possible using every possible asset. Use of false flag operations have continued to be effective in this regard in order to provide them with the ‘security’ which only we can provide (chuckle).

Anger/Indignation/Vengeance – The populous needs to be angry at polar opposites of the divisions which we create; does not matter which side they choose.

Shame/Guilt – This one is great because we can get them to internalize almost anything.

Ego/Narcissism – Inflate the self importance of the people as we fill them with our information. Make sure to include Nationalism/Patriotism triggers which elevate war.

Ignorance – what they don’t know can’t hurt us; keep them that way. When possible, keep them in binary thought patterns.

Tools at our disposal:

Media – Media has done an exceptional job over the years of keeping the people divided, consuming and distracted while helping to steer people towards the skills which we desired at that time. The media’s job (with the new additions) is to continue with a focus on division at whatever level available at that moment. Social media is a great tool for this as it keeps the people less capable of focusing on issues for long periods of time; fill them with trolls and useful idiots.

Education – Education has always been used in order to instill a basic knowledge in order to be productive while instilling a respect for authority – keep using this strategy whilst increasing the authority program using fear and coercion. Making education mandatory over the years and for profit has been genius on many levels; one such example would be that people which are, in essence, ignorant will feel themselves elevated by stature and assumed intelligence which shall easily deflect any thinking which is outside the sphere of current and accepted ‘knowledge’.

Surveillance – Use this to fish out the threats and also to instill a level of nervousness within the psyche; keeping the vibration level low. Use to gather blackmail material and ‘leak’ information to create general ‘unease’.

Stooges – Of this there has never been a lack of. Reward compliance and ‘normal’ thought while vilifying ‘abnormal’ behavior and it will take care of itself.

Law – Over the decades, we have limited what the populous can do without our permission and coerced compliance through levees and fines (fear). Accelerate this policy while protecting the actions of our enforcers; this will widen the gap in the ‘us vs. them’ mentality instilled in the enforcers.

Language – infiltrate and replace while twisting meaning and redefine – eg. “tolerance” used as acceptance of immigrants – use words which can induce a negative association in the subconscious. The language of war is essential in every day life and people must be convinced that they control how they speak; let them think that a debate is a discussion. eg. the New Age community using ‘Spiritual Warrior’ still fits in nicely with the agenda. If it is about vibration levels, keep them low. Keep people on edge by constantly devolving the language so that people not only find it difficult to express but also to listen and understand.

Methodology for ensuring low vibration:

Keep them reacting – keep the populous as reactionary as possible as this will ensure the impossibility of actual thought and they will remain easy to lead down whichever path we choose.

Target the family – we have always instilled division within the family unit through subtle ploys and techniques to make people believe that embarking on our adventure (chuckle) at the ripe age of 18 was the adult thing to do. Now create economic strife which will force the children of those which left at 18 to remain longer and with the right amount of prodding from our other resources, shall create an atmosphere of unease (overstaying one’s welcome).

Property – Keep letting people believe that they own a part of our planet which they purchased with our money. The threat of losing this property has always been great leverage. Always make some lose it all so as to instill some fear in the others. They know that they own nothing unless we let them.

Enforcement – Quelling revolt and controlling workers while convincing the populous that they were there to ‘protect and serve’ was a great start for our enforcement program. Now go out and fill the ranks with the most pliable of minds with the least amount of intellect which has run through the enhanced authority education and fill them with fear of the populous; they must feel that there is potential peril with every public encounter; make them edgy and reactive.

Invoke Historical Fears – Conjuring images from the past is a great way to use many emotional triggers; keep hammering away at the holocaust program and watch them yell ‘Hitler’, almost on command.

Project External Enemies – In order to put on a really good show for our cull, we need war, make sure there are always enemies to do battle with; war must be accepted as the only option.

Alimentation – poison their food so that we may learn and prepare for diseases which may affect our longevity as well as ensure short life spans; a good way to induce sterilization methods as well as through pharmaceuticals. Their malnourished bodies will not be capable of dealing with the sicknesses which we unleash.

We have been suppressing awakenings for generations with great success, this one will be no different.

By Sylvain Lamoureux The Daily Sheeple

We should clear all the world’s debt


Personally I believe that we should slowly but surely stop using money. Get rid of your debts if you can, otherwise try processing them of. Get rid of everything you got a down payment on. Cancel all credit cards. Live as simple as you can. It can be done.

The world’s economic activities are overwhelming defined by enormous amounts of debt. This process occurs on both the micro level (as individuals work in jobs that they hate to pay off loans necessary for the cost of living) and on a macro level, as nation’s economies restrict themselves to pay off the national debt.

This process is a seemingly self-perpetuating and never-ending cycle. People and nations struggle to relieve themselves of a debt which is ever-increasing on account of interest payments. This process means that consumer culture defines the world’s economies and people are restricted from investing their talents in necessary endeavours such as the sustainability of the planet itself. But is there another way? According to the people at /TheRules, there is a way to break the cycle, and it involves global mobilization and the end of all debt.

The first step to ending debt culture begins in mind


“The concept of Contributionism first emerged in 2005 out of the research into ancient human history and how civilisation has morphed over thousands of years. It also became clear that all ancient cultures embrace a philosophy that was virtually identical in order to survive as isolated communities. This is the philosophy of UBUNTU, or what Tellinger originally called Contributionism.”

“It can be described as follows: “If it’s not good for everyone, it’s no good at all.”

We urge you to read as much as you can on website to inform yourself and realise how simple it really is. We urge you to set aside any pre-conceived ideas of how it may resemble other systems and jump to conclusions before you have absorbed the simple basic fundamentals of this beautiful way of life that is intended to allow every human being to thrive and enjoy life to their fullest potential. Without the draconian rules and restrictions that have been imposed on humanity everywhere today by those that are supposed to serve us – the people.

The true global threat

At the rules, a new world is envisaged, one in which every human being on the planet is free to focus on their passions and to collaborate effectively to address the truly global threats. These threats include the scarcity of fresh drinking water in many regions of the developing world, the catastrophic scale of gas and oil production and the lack of spirituality and community identity in a world defined by economic miasma.

The first step to bringing this new world about must take place in the minds of people across the world for it to succeed. What we believe to real become real, they explain, and human beings have been socialized into framing every element of this world regarding money and capital. It was in the way that the Gross Domestic Product was claimed as the defining characteristic of measuring the process of civilization in the twentieth century. However, if people began to emphasize other aspects of success more highly that the accumulation of money then this could be overthrown.

A Gross National Happiness or another metric for measuring the progress of civilization could replace the emphasis on financial matters. This shift in measuring what is truly important to human society could eventually come to creating a new world of hope and advancement which is not tied to artificial concepts such as debt and monetary constraints.

Historical Debt Cancellations

In 1792BC, the self-proclaimed King Hammurabi of Babylon forgave all citizens’ debts owed to the government, high-ranking officials, and dignitaries.

The Code of Hammurabi, which currently sits in the Louvre in Paris, declared:

“If any one owe a debt for a loan, and a storm prostrates the grain, or the harvest fail, or the grain does not growth for lack of water, in that year he need not give his creditor any grain, he washes his debt-tablet in water and pays no rent for this year.”

Hammourabi’s jubilees were part of a long line of debt cancellations that can be traced back to Mesopotamia as long ago as 2400BC.

Recent Debt Cancellations

A small southern eastern European country has announced a widescale programme of debt cancellation. No, it’s not Greece, but Croatia.

The Croatian government will be wiping off the liabilities of around 60,000 of its poorest citizens in a move to provide a “fresh start” for its indebted low-earners and get the economy moving again.


Distinct crises people will face after an economic collapse


There has been many attempts to theorize the crisis of 2008, the deepest crisis since the Depression, at best been inconclusive and should not be all that surprising. After all, as we all probably noted in the late 1980s, a half-century after the Great Depression there was not yet any general agreement on the causes of that economic collapse. But why is it so hard to get a reasonable explanation to this?

One reason that the great crises of capitalism are so hard to clearly explicate is that every one is in fact “special.” The present crisis is only the fourth such crisis (the others being in the 1880s, 1930s, and 1970s) in some 150 years. This means each has occurred in a historically distinct era. The world of the late nineteenth century or the 1930s is radically different from the world of today in terms of the development of the corporate form, the nature of finance, the organizational capacity of workers, the role of the state. Though the backdrop of these crises is the common dynamics of capitalism (competition, class conflict, uneven technological development, the volatility of finance, etc.) Also the corporate greed is way stronger and their grip around the workers has tightened.

One solution could be to build for the long-term.

The underlying challenge is to build the working-class into a social force that can lead social change. This cannot happen overnight but it can be started now. Protests and resistance are a beginning, but what this means is creating the kinds of organizations that support actions in the workplace and in the streets, that facilitate educating ourselves and clarifying our goals, bring new people into the struggle, strategic collectively, learn from both defeats and partial victories, invent an alternative solidarity culture, and come to see that the problem we face is not just the threat of stagnation, but the nature of capitalism even when it is “prospering.”

Crisis Ahead

In recent months, central bankers from several Western nations met in Jackson Hole, Wyoming USA and issued a common plea to their respective governments: “Help”

The message should have resonated much louder and further than it did, but its importance was lost on an illiterate mainstream media and a distracted public. What central bankers from the United States, Japan and Europe were really saying is that they’ve run out of ideas about how to lift their respective economies out of their cycle of low-to-no growth. And this is a very specific problem with capitalism.

In short, nothing they have tried over the past several years since the Great Recession has worked to stimulate and grow their economies. If the people who are supposed to be the best economic minds on the planet don’t know what else to do, then you can be sure that a collapse is already on its way. The only question now is when it will hit.

When it does, Americans in particular will face a series of crises that most of us will be unable to mitigate, though those of us who have spent the past few years preparing will be better off than most.

In no particular order, the crises all of us will face are:


— Widespread hunger: Most Americans never think about going hungry because a) there are supermarkets all over the place, and b) even if you don’t have a job the government will provide you with the means to purchase food, via tax-supported entitlement programs. But what most don’t realize is that food logistic chains in the U.S. are so fragile that no U.S. city will be able to feed its population in the event of a collapse. Hunger will lead scores to raid store shelves, emptying them in a matter of minutes. After that, the only food that will be available to anyone who has not stocked up on long-term storable foods or who has no ability to grow some will be whatever is trucked in by the government. And since the economic collapse will be nationwide, the government’s ability to distribute food will be maxed out immediately.

— Sporadic public services: In a collapse situation, expect widespread looting and rioting – which will also put a major strain on available public services, including fire, EMS and police. Anyone who does not have the ability to protect and defend themselves will be at greater risk, and that is likely to be most people, especially those living in large gun-free zones called American cities. Healthcare services will also be heavily strained, if they don’t collapse outright.

— Social unrest, widespread unemployment, chaos: An economic collapse will mean that, overnight, unemployment will skyrocket, reaching 50, 60, 70 percent or higher. This will only add to the panic and social chaos and unrest, as tens of millions of Americans take to the streets as a means of trying to support themselves and their families. Regular employment will take months or even years to return, as millions of small, medium and large businesses go bust. The only “economy” that will emerge in the short- to mid-term is a barter economy, so it’s best now to begin collecting items that are very useful to barter.

— Transportation: With little to no money to spend, Americans won’t be able to afford gasoline for their vehicles. Companies won’t be able to buy fuel for their transport services, and public transportation will also likely collapse because cities will devolve into war zones. Having alternative forms of transportation – like gas-sipping motorcycles and scooters, or even bicycles – will be a major benefit to you.

— Housing woes: This might actually be the least of your worries. If the economy goes belly up and you lose your job, the bank may come after your house, or it may not. In 2007/8 during the height of the Great Recession, foreclosures skyrocketed, a phenomenon that went on for years afterwards. But a great collapse will lead to far more loan defaults than what took place then. What will banks do with so much excess property on their hands? They won’t be able to sell it, so it’s possible they won’t act to foreclose on it. But if they do, you’re going to need to find somewhere to go.

I’ve said it many times before, and ill say it again: We need a new system free of all the old jewish control systems. We need a new system that is built for all of us humans, and not only for the greedy wealthy filth that currently controls us all.


There Will Be Life Altering Ramifications For Those Who Can’t Or Won’t Adapt To New Realities


We live in a brave new world and change is coming whether we like it or not. Economies around the world are being centrally managed, technology is advancing at a rapid pace, and the human population continues to expand by the billions. The next 40 years could see super powers turn to third world countries, while formerly third world countries rise to become global influencers. We’re already seeing these effects around the world.

The time to prepare for these changes is now. Those who refuse to see the future or fail to understand the signs will be relegated to what Wealth Research Group calls the “perpetual poor.”

Like all tectonic changes in human history, there will be life altering ramifications for those who can’t or won’t adapt to new realities…No one is sure how this will all play out… what is certain is that you can’t afford to bury your head in the sand… Assuming responsibility and taking massive action is the only way to avoid being added to the perpetually poor who won’t have jobs, income or assets as this wave shifts the power structure of world finance in the next few years.

No matter your age – whether you are approaching retirement or just entering the workforce – the future will be difficult to navigate. Watch the following micro-documentary to understand what’s coming and how to position yourself for a global paradigm shift:

Check out the following free guides from Wealth Research Group:

Fortressing (Ages 20 – 25)

Fortressing (Ages 35- 55)

Fortressing (Ages 55+)

By Mac Slavo for The Awakezone

Bank Crisis – A crisis greater than 2008

Bank Crisis A crisis greater than 2008

Deutsche Bank fined hangs overhead, above the 13 billion, but now there is talk of reducing the penalty, demanded by the US OM due to tampering with American mortgages for 2008. One of the banks, which “is too large, to fall ‘. And yet, in great distress and in danger of falling. There is still very little happened and lessons learned, after Lehman Brothers and the banking crisis in 2008, that followed.

It causes great concern and a real threat for a financial Waterloo.

Three possibilities can occur when the Deutsche Bank would fall like a domino effect thus many other banks takes with. 1) Bankruptcy explain, but it could mean the collapse of the entire system. 2) Bail-in, which means that shareholders and depositors bear the cost, but this is impracticable and impassable, because the debts are too high and that the depositors and shareholders are certainly not sufficiently capable, for that deficits to filling and remains 3) Bail-out, which means that citizens and taxpayers have to pay it again. which is now denied by high and low, but what’s going to happen anyway. *

How are citizens going to pay? Our pensions, our savings pennies go to the distressed banks. Our prosperity, welfare and social gains will become even more undressed and our wages are reduced or frozen, decades-long already, and we have to work even longer while the real rich, multinationals, banks once again benefit. One man’s death is another man’s bread.

Money The Only Value For The Rich

US Dollar: The US debt is in Jan 2015 more than 18,000 billion dollars ( The US can never repay that debt. The proof they did get the last eight (8) weeks itself by further $ 1,000 billion in the financial markets to pay off old debts, simply because the country has no money available to repay debts at expiry date . The US therefore pay their old debts by incurring new debt.

Just for that reason, the US is to keep as long as possible and as much as possible all interest rates low as possible. Each increase of one percentage point in the interest rate makes the US debt on a yearly basis increase by between 150 and $ 170 billion. Only low interest rates could reduce the size and weight of the debt. The phrase ‘within the foreseeable future’ is invented by the Fed to maintain space to do what she wants.

But the reality is even more astounding

US banks today are more than $ 280,000 billion in derivatives. (Derivatives are investment instruments that derive their value from the value of another property, such as stocks and oil) Whether interest rates, currencies, equities, commodities or loans will , the derivatives market has established itself as a mold nestled on the ordinary securities markets. Today, futures and options dictate the price of oil, bread, copper … 81% of them are based on interest rates. In other words … the US banks have used 1.100% of GDP on interest rates. Which banks are … JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and Bank of America … also known as the too-big-to-fail banks. **

China is now a major shareholder in America and whose bread you eat, his words are called, isn’t it ??? It now appears that China has started dumping dollars and large-scale gold is buying, like other countries which are not linked to the dollar. Until now there was war between the US and countries that wanted to take away from the dollar as a trading currency. America is economically dependent on the weapon-industry.

Big risks are taken, Casino behaviour, because the risks are always eventually for the citizens. They try to conceal and ignore it as much and as long as possible, so it is a rapidly ticking financial time bomb, when the crisis is real. (Always allow adequate cash, water and food in the house.)

By Lanaria Amberkira for The Awakezone

** Thanks Rainer Voss. ‘Master of the Universe,’ a Documentary About Stock Trading
** Thanks: Express Business.

Volkswagen Goes Against Bankruptcy

Volkswagen Das Emissions

Companies like Monsanto and Nestle and now Volkswagen are at the front line of evilness. They have shown no regard for mother earth and/or humans. With Monsanto soon gone, we can only hope that VW goes the same way. And experts now warns about Volkswagen. Germany’s biggest car maker could in fact go BANKRUPT.

Is it absurd to think that the world’s largest car company could to bankrupt? Not according to expert’s who states that the current emissions scandal could ruin the company. And I would like to say, gladly for me at least. How much hasn’t this company cost mother nature in damages?

Based on the latest investigations and probabilities, the financial disclosure is that Volkswagen AG has Probability Of Bankruptcy of 29.0 – 40.0%. And this is much higher than that of the sector, and significantly higher than other manufacturers in the car industry.

VW diving values

Volkswagen is bracing itself for dozens of class-action lawsuits by US owners over the emissions scandal that investors have warned could bankrupt the company. At least 25 lawsuits involving claimants from all 50 states have been filed against the German car maker after it admitted rigging tests to make its cars appear greener than they actually are.

The firm, who have hired the legal firm that defended BP after the Deep Water Horizon oil rig disaster, is believed to have put aside almost $8billion to deal with lawsuits. However, some experts have warned that after fines, falling sales and stock plunges are taken into account the final bill could have been far higher and might force the company into bankruptcy.

Germany newspaper Welt am Sonntag also reported that VW’s Hans Dieter Poetsch has stated that the financial fallout of the debacle could ruin Volkswagen, according to Reuters. Presumably, if this is true, the threat is in two parts. The first is that fines from nations around the world may reach billions of dollars. The second is that faith in the brand may disintegrate and sales tumble. The actual cost of repairing the cars is little more than a rounding error.


We really don’t need a company like this with their evil policies. We be better of without them.


10 biggest corporations make more money than most of world combined



The world’s top ten corporations, including Apple, Shell and Walmart, have a combined revenue that is greater than the combined income of the 180 “poorest” countries out of the world’s total 195 sovereign states.

The figures, which reveal that Walmart, Apple and Shell alone are now richer than Russia, Belgium and Sweden, were released by the campaign group Global Justice Now.

Sixty-nine of the world’s 100 top economic entities are now corporations instead of countries – a rise from last year’s staggering figure of 63. Out of the top 200 entities in the world, a whopping 153 were found to be corporations.


The US, China, Germany, Japan, France and the UK comprise the top six economic entities followed by Italy, Brazil and Canada.

“The vast wealth and power of corporations is at the heart of so many of the world’s problems – like inequality and climate change,” said Nick Dearden, director of Global Justice Now.

“The drive for short-term profits today seems to trump basic human rights for millions of people on the planet. These figures show the problem is getting worse,” he added.

The London-based campaign group released the figures in an effort to put increased pressure on the British government ahead of their working group with the UN.

The meeting, led by Ecuador, was established with the aim of working towards a binding treaty that would ensure “transnational corporations abide by the full range of human rights responsibilities”.

“The UK government has facilitated this rise in corporate power – through tax structures, trade deals and even aid programmes that help big business,” said Dearden.

READ MORE: No compromise from US, no TTIP with EU this year – France & Germany on trade deal

“Their wholehearted support for the US-EU trade deal TTIP, is just the latest example of government help to big business. Disgracefully it also routinely opposes the call of developing countries to hold corporations to account for their human rights impacts at the UN.”

Biggest Bank In Europe Nears Collapse: “The Dominoes Will Begin to Fall Very Rapidly”


Editor’s Comment: How many times is the entire house of cards going to be on the brink of collapsing into disaster? We are all living in some kind of grand social experiment where we live and die by Russian roulette, and until then, kick the can down the road indefinitely, with the invincibility complex of someone who has dodged a bullet. There is no question whatsoever that the monetary policies of most central banks of the world, and the practices of the big banks are destroying the wealth of the middle class and the opportunities of ordinary people.

As they light another gasoline fire, the arsonists leave one institution after another ready to burn to the ground, and topple over onto another victim to pass along the chance for destruction. The risky actions of these bankers have left us all exposed, and it is about to go over like a powder keg, destroying jobs, investments and much, much, more in the process. Get ready, and hold on, because this stuff is going to set in, and can’t be swept under the carpet forever.

Deutsche Bank Profit Plunges 98 Percent As The Outlook For ‘The World’s Riskiest Bank’ Darkens

Deutsche Bank

The biggest and most important bank in the biggest and most important country in Europe continues to implode right in front of our eyes.  If you follow my work regularly, you probably already know that I issued a major alarm about Deutsche Bank last September.  Subsequently, Deutsche Bank stock hit an all-time low.  Then I sounded the alarm about Deutsche Bank again back in May, and once again that was followed by another all-time low for Deutsche Bank.  And then I warned about Deutsche Bank again in early June, and you can probably imagine what happened after that.  Over the past year, this German banking giant has literally been coming apart at the seams, and in so many ways it is paralleling exactly what happened to Lehman Brothers back in 2008.

Today, we got some more bad news from Deutsche Bank.  Compared to the exact same period last year, profits were down 98 percent.  A nearly 100 percent drop in net income spooked a lot of investors, and Deutsche Bank shares got hit hard on Wednesday.  Of course Deutsche Bank shares are already down by more than half over the past 12 months, and the financial sharks can smell blood in the water.

Just like Lehman Brothers in 2008, Deutsche Bank is essentially in panic mode at this point.  They recently announced that they will be closing 188 branches and that 3,000 workers will be losing their jobs.  But this could just be the beginning of the layoffs at the bank.  According to some reports, the bank could cut up to  35,000 jobs by the year 2020, and CEO John Cryan recently admitted that they “may have to accelerate cost-cutting measures“.

What makes all of this even more alarming is that Deutsche Bank is widely considered to be “the most dangerous bank” on the entire planet.  The following comes from a CNN article posted just today entitled “The world’s riskiest bank is in trouble“…

What is going on with Deutsche Bank?

Germany’s biggest lender was dubbed the world’s riskiest bank by the International Monetary Fund last month, just as one of its U.S. businesses failed a Federal Reserve stress test.

Its shares are down 45% this year, and on Wednesday it said second quarter profits were wiped out by a 98% slump in earnings. The stock fell 2.5% in Frankfurt.

The primary reason why Deutsche Bank is “the world’s riskiest bank” is because of the mammoth derivatives portfolio that is possesses.  It currently has 42 trillion euros of exposure to derivatives, which is an amount of money about 13 times the size of the entire German economy.

When Deutsche Bank finally goes down for good, it is going to be “the shot heard around the financial world”, and it will be a disaster many times greater than the collapse of Lehman Brothers in 2008.  Just consider what Jeff Gundlach had to say about the bank earlier this year

“Banks are dying and policymakers don’t know what to do,” Gundlach said. “Watch Deutsche Bank shares go to single digits and people will start to panic… you’ll see someone say, ‘Someone is going to have to do something.’”

As I write this, shares of Deutsche Bank are sitting at just $13.63, and many experts are having a very difficult time finding any reason for optimism.  In fact, Edward Misrahi has stated that the bank is his number one short trade, and Jim Collins says that “it is just impossible” to recommend buying shares of Deutsche Bank even at this depressed level…

As an equity analyst, it is just impossible to recommend shares of a bank that is not growing revenue. So really, Deutsche is an untouchable, and the stock market is trying — to the tune of a 58% decline in DB’s market value in 12 months — to recalibrate Deutsche’s market capitalization to the true value of its assets net of liabilities. That’s a painful journey.

I don’t mean to just pick on Deutsche Bank.  Certainly there are a lot of other major banks around the globe that are also teetering on the brink right now.  Just take a look at Italy.  Basically their entire banking system is in the process of melting down.

But the utter collapse of Italy’s banking system won’t have the same kind of worldwide impact that the collapse of Deutsche Bank will.

Unlike some of his predecessors, CEO John Cryan is being honest about some of the struggles that Deutsche Bank is going through right now, and he admits that they may need to be “more ambitious in our restructuring”.  The following comes from Business Insider

Cryan said in a statement (emphasis ours):

“We have continued to de-risk our balance sheet, to invest in our processes and to modernize our infrastructure. However, if the current weak economic environment persists, we will need to be yet more ambitious in the timing and intensity of our restructuring.”

He said something similar in a note to employees (emphasis again ours):

“Here I would like to speak plainly. If this weak economic environment persists, we will need to be still more ambitious in our restructuring. We will do everything in our power to accelerate the measures we have already planned.”

Yes, I know that the stock market in the United States has been setting all sorts of all-time record highs lately.

But that doesn’t change what is going on in the rest of the world one bit.

The financial crisis that has been gripping Europe, Asia, South America and most of the rest of the planet since the second half of last year is accelerating.

And it is inevitable that the U.S. is going to be experiencing some very real pain in the not too distant future as well.

So even though things may seem a bit quiet this summer in the financial world, the truth is that there is a whole lot going on under the surface.

Deutsche Bank is one glaringly obvious example of this, but there are many others all over the globe.  And not too long from now, the dominoes will begin to fall very rapidly.

This article was originally published at his Economic Collapse blog.

By Michael Snyder


Church and Money

It all started out in the Middle Ages, the Church, in a misapplication of the Biblical prohibition against charging interest, forbade interest in all instances. The Talmud, in contrast, created an economic system in which loans could be converted into investments, so interest could accrue from them, but under the Christian interpretation, no credit market was possible. The way the Church got around that was by forcing the Jews to become the bankers. Back then, though, they were called “money lenders,” which is a much more pejorative term. “Banker,” at least at one time, represented a term of honour.

Jewish money lending worked as follows. The Count or nobleman of the town would loan money to the Jew, and the Jew in turn would loan money to the non-Jewish peasants. The Jew became the middleman, which was a very dangerous position. The interest rates were usurious in those times 30% or 40% so the peasants had a hard time paying anything back. And if the Jew didn’t collect the money, the nobleman would kill him. Therefore, the Jew had to have a large spread in the middle in order to be able to cover his losses and still make a living. But this is of course not how it works today. No.. today the jew is in charge, everywhere!


Note: In the Northern of Europe the churches was among the first to collect tax from farmers, so that the church men didn’t have to work. The evil “church tax” was a tax imposed with force on every member of the religious congregations in Austria, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Sweden, some parts of Switzerland and several other countries.

HISTORY OF BANKING (This article first appeared in issue 5 of ‘The Anvil )

In the old days there was no paper money. The accepted token of exchange was precious metal minted into coins in the first place by the Church and the Crown. Because there was only a limited amount of gold and silver available, the economic life of the nation had a certain regularity.

An even greater restriction existed throughout Christendom. This was a prohibition against usury, or charging interest. The Church held it to be a grave sin and the code was upheld by the civil powers. There were harsh penalties for those who broke the law.

The regulation of usury was to prevent the separation of money from reality. Money is not a good, it is a measure. It is fraud to pretend otherwise, and constitutes theft. Usury is making money from lending money; it is making money from nothing. This is exactly what is happening today on a colossal scale.

Several important things arose from the prohibition of usury in medieval Christendom. Firstly Jews, who had taken to wandering around Europe in the Middle Ages, began to specialize in money-lending and other practices which were forbidden to Christians. Exploited Christians, both peasants and aristocracy, found themselves being bled dry by usurers, which is why there were sporadic uprisings, imprisonments and expulsions of Jews throughout Europe. It is one reason why King Edward I expelled these perfidious people from England in 1290. Oliver Cromwell allowed them back when the moral authority of the Church was undermined and the King was beheaded in 1649.

Money and religion are powertools

Secondly, gold coins, jewels and other valuables were deposited with people who held strong boxes. This was usually with goldsmiths and money-lenders who, more often than not, were one and the same. These loan-sharks and scrivener realized that, without much chance of being found out, they could charge people for looking after their deposits and then use those deposits – which did not belong to them – to make loans to other people at interest. They soon became rich and powerful.

Gold coins are heavy and awkward to carry around so the custom arose whereby the money-lenders would issue credit notes to depositors who began to trade these notes between themselves in commercial transactions. Paper money had come into existence.

A new form of usury developed as the swindling money-lenders realized the immoral benefits that could be obtained from such a situation. It became apparent to these thieves that they could go one step further than dishonestly using other people’s money for financial advantage at no cost to themselves. They could invent money from absolutely nothing. They could issue credit notes with nothing to back them up and put them into circulation as interest-bearing debts. No-one would be any the wiser. They calculated that they could safely issue notes for up to ten times more than the gold deposits they held, because the depositors would never ask for their deposits back all at the same time.

The principle of modern banking was thus established: invent money from nothing, put it into circulation as “running cash notes” that have to be paid back with real wealth that is produced from our labour, sit back and become unbelievably wealthy and powerful men: hidden rulers of nations.

In England this deceitful system was officially sanctioned in 1694. The usurper of the throne, William of Orange, had overthrown the legitimate King James II with the financial backing and plotting of powerful Jewish financiers in Amsterdam. In return he gave the sovereignty of England to a group of financiers by means of a Charter allowing them to call themselves the Bank of England. The Charter made no mention of issuing the nation’s money, but within minutes of signing the new Bank officials were discussing the form of their “running cash notes.” The same system was adopted in every country by a process of Masonic revolution and manipulation.


Two sides of the same dirty coin

Socialist theorists and ideologues have never attacked the essential mechanism of capitalism. Although the injustices of the capitalist system have been attacked in volume after volume, and rightly so, they have never even hinted at the usury upon which the whole system is built and from which all the other injustices stem.

Perhaps this is because so many Communist leaders are Jewish. Most of the ‘Russian Revolutionists’ of 1917 were actually Jews from the lower east side of New York City. Two hundred and seventy-five of them were conveyed to Russia aboard the S.S. Christiana, led by Trotsky and financed by Kuhns, Loebs, Schiffs and Warburgs. This cosy circle of Jews and Freemasons financed both sides of the Great War.

Marx and Engels, two more Jews, wrote the Communist Manifesto on behalf of a secret society calling themselves ‘The League of Just Men.’ This secret society was an arm of the Illuminati, whose power and influence was the catalyst of the French Revolution. One of the founding members of the Illuminati was the House of Rothschild, the Jewish banking-house which practically invented supra-nationalism for personal profit.


Nowadays banking has become extremely sophisticated but the hidden and usurious mechanism behind it remains the same. After a big enquiry, hushed up as much as possible, the Bank of England was nationalised in 1946. In theory control of the Bank of England should then have passed from a group of private individuals to the British Government, but this is still not the case. Nationalisation only added a thin veneer of respectability.

The British Treasury, in conjunction with the Bank of England’s advisers to the Government, determine how much paper money and coin will be issued each year. This has to accord with the wealth of the nation for that year. But because banknotes and coins only account for a tiny percentage of financial transactions, it makes no difference to the bankers at all. Most financial transactions are carried out with abstract figures on a computer screen that have no relationship to real wealth. Everything has to be paid for at interest though – even when it doesn’t exist!

The Government still has to pay interest on old and new loans from the Bank. Only a few years ago it was announced that the interest debt on a loan taken during the Napoleonic War had just been paid off! This is where much of our tax money goes.


Greedy Bankers - Them or us

The next stage of development for international finance is to get rid of cash altogether. Then the token accountability of the bankers will disappear along with the cash. Their intention is that everyone will have to use credit/debit cards for every type of commercial transaction.

Electronic technology, when used this way, and when it is not merely widespread but compulsory, will give them complete control of every man, woman and child in the world. If you cannot buy or sell – food, petrol, clothes – without a card you are completely at their mercy. If you lose the card or it doesn’t work for some reason you will suffer until issued with a replacement. If you make a protest against some particular injustice they could invalidate your card. The next time you go to the supermarket your card may not work. You won’t officially exist!

Who benefits from such a scheme? The politicians or the bankers? To ask the question is to answer it. The Bank of England is the real, but hidden, government of the country. The Government and the politicians are merely puppets controlled by the Bank – or, more accurately, the international banking families. None of our cowardly politicians dare stand up to these hidden and unelected rulers of the world, so powerful have they become. Two American presidents, possibly three, were assassinated for attempting to do so. It is far easier for them to submit to the system and enjoy a rich life than expose the real tyrants: tyrants who cause high taxes, unemployment, war, famine and misery for the rest of us. But these despots of the New World Order forget that Truth is more powerful than they could ever become. And Truth brings Justice!

The pen is mightier than the pound! This article first appeared in issue 5 of ‘The Anvil,’ published by The Third Position, BCM ITP, London, WC1N 3XX.

So where do we go from here? Are we going to let religion and cash decide over our life forever? Or are going to put an end to this devious slavery we brought upon ourselves? Because it is our own lack of action, that lets them do what ever they want with us.


Is the West on the brink of ruin?

West on the brink of ruin1

I think we all know by now that the western system of capitalism, in fact its entire financial system is in meltdown. And it’s not only due to lack of effective regulation, too much debt, too little capital, but first and foremost TOO MUCH GREED and all these factors combined triggers a chain reaction among the world’s overstretched banks.

But Is greed all that’s wrong with capitalism? Yes! It is in fact enough to attack capitalists for being greedy, although it’s a common tactic these days not to attack this behaviour alone. I hope to explain why the greed is the main problem and not some other diffuse thing invented by the “money eaters” in this short essay.

It’s just as simple as this:

If we are going to keep going with this system? Then we need to transform it into a system less encouraging of mindless greed, and FAR more encouraging and directed towards sustainability. And only then, all of us can have wealth!

It is a basic Buddhist principle that wealth only comes into its full brilliance in the sharing of it, in offering it, in its spread and release. The beauty of wealth never comes from greed or hoarding. NEVER! The beauty of wealth is especially emphasized in the Shambhala tradition, as an enriching presence which benefits all.

As the Buddha said, “If you knew what I know about the power of giving, you would not let a single meal pass without sharing it in some way.”

Simply put, wealth is never a problem. Simply put, greed is always a problem.

West’s system is falling!


In the video below Niall Ferguson asks why it was that Western civilization, from inauspicious roots in the 15th century, came to dominate the rest of the world; and if the West is about to be overtaken by the rest.

Ferguson reveals the killer apps of the West’s success – competition, science, the property-owning democracy, modern medicine, the consumer society and the Protestant work ethic – the real explanation of how, for five centuries, a clear minority of mankind managed to secure the lion’s share of the earth’s resources.

1. Competition. The first programme in the series begins in 1420 when Ming China had a credible claim to be the most advanced civilization in the world: ‘All Under Heaven’. England on the eve of the Wars of the Roses would have seemed quite primitive by contrast.

2. Science. In 1683 the Ottoman army laid siege to Vienna, the capital of Europe’s most powerful empire. Domination of West by East was an alarmingly plausible scenario. But Islam was defeated: not so much by fire-power as by science.

3. Property. Professor Ferguson asks why North America succeeded while South America for so many centuries lagged behind. The two had much in common (not least the subjugation of indigenous people’s and the use of slavery by European immigrants), but they differed profoundly on individual property rights, the rule of law and representative government.

4. Medicine. The French Empire consciously set out to civilize West Africa by improving public health as well as building a modern infrastructure. Yet in other European empires – notably Germany’s in south-west Africa – colonial rule led to genocide. What was the link from medical science to racial pseudo-science?

5. Consumerism. Today the world is becoming more homogeneous and, with increasingly few exceptions, big-name brands dominate main streets, high streets and shopping malls all over the globe.

6. Work. The sixth element that enabled the West to dominate the rest was the work ethic. Max Weber famously linked it to Protestantism, but the reality is that any culture, regardless of religion, is capable of embracing the spirit of capitalism by working hard, saving, and accumulating capital.