The Month’s Topic Links (articles and videos)
Corruption — a variety of articles on videos on corruption in society
Deflation — a video on deflation – the basics
Stock Market — the outlook for the U.S. Stock Market related to timing for the coming crash
Gold and the US Dollar — the outlook for gold and the U.S. Dollar (the deflation scenario)
Freeze Dried Food (Mountain House) — a video on Mountain House and their long-term food products
U.S. Presidential Cycles
In the history of the United States, there are have been three “populist” presidents and each one has been followed by a stock market crash and a depression.
- Andrew Jackson (term: 1829 – 1837) — Depression: Panic of 1837
- Herbert Hoover (term: 1929 – 1928) — Depression: Great Depression of 1929
- Donald Trump (term: 2016 – ? ) — Depression: TBA (probably 2021 …. )
Populism refers to a range of stances that emphasize the idea of “the people” and often juxtapose this group against “the elite.” (Wikipedia)
This is certainly the case in the current political and social environment, where we have the 1% wealthy elite pitted against the rest of the constituents (the 99% that are considered middle class, or lower). They were all periods of class extremes.
In the chart above, you can see how Presidents are judged based upon the performance of the economy while they’re in power. I’ve marked a checkmark above all the U.S. Presidents that were judged in the top 50% of the 44 Presidents to date. The Presidents that were judged as failures receive an X (lower 50%).
The blue bars below the names denote Democrats, red is for Republican.
You can see that by and large, when the climate turns cold and dry, the economy goes into a tailspin. The leaders in these economic downturns suffer the consequences, becoming extremely unpopular. They usually don’t have that much impact on the economy, but in good times, they take credit for it, so they’ve, in a sense, “made their own beds.” They always get blamed for the downturn.
In the past twenty years, climate has been extreme (consistent with predictions and signalling a major climate turn from hot to cold), with a major drought forecast to accompany the cold. Donald Trump was elected as a populist president in 2016 in front of what is expected to be a major depression as early as 2021. I expect he will be vilified for the major crash that’s about to happen before the end of his term. These cycle tops always result in a trend towards socialism across the globe.
A Backgrounder on Major Cycles
We’re at the top of a 1030 cycle — after an historic economic expansion during a period of warm-wet climate. That’s a climate that “grows” empires. The current one is United States of America, the leader economically and militarily for a hundred years.
However, we’re at the end of the warm-wet cycle. It’s already turned drier, although we’ve had a three year period of flooding, which typically marks a major cycle top, just before it turns colder.
Much of the knowledge of climate cycles comes from Dr. Raymond H. Wheeler. You’ll find reference to his work all through my writing. But, there are other luminaries that discovered cycles. I’ll introduce you to some of them below.
Similar traits appear at specific stages of major cycles. Dr. Wheeler explains:
“Why should the major economic depressions of history be associated with excessive temperatures and drought? Why did the human birth rate and the animal birth rate decline during the excessively warm 1920’s and 1930’s? You will remember that the dictator nations tried their best to get the human birth rate back to normal again, but unsuccessfully, according to the testimony of their physicians. Why should all the known declines in human birth rate history have been associated not with wars, but with hot droughts? Why is it that conception declines with increase in temperature above a certain limit? The age of maturing girls in the southern part of the United States is on the average one year behind the corresponding age in the northern part.”
“Why should the great revivals in learning of good government, of genius, of economic and political aggressiveness, long rises in production, and the numerous other events of “Golden Ages” all come at the same time on the cycle along with increases in the birth rate in man and presumably in animals? Why, when decadence occurs, is it general and always associated with extreme temperatures? Why is stability of behavior associated with “optimum” temperatures and instability with excessive temperatures?”
Why indeed? But this has always been the case, throughout history.
Cycles That Impact Civilizations and the Economy
Now, let’s take a look at much larger cycles, spanning many decades, for example, 172 and 516 year cycles.
The data above comes from the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration—from the Greenland Ice Core Research project ending in 1992. Ice cores are an extremely accurate method of determining temperature (blue line in the chart) back through the centuries. This data is undisputed by the scientific community, but has been suppressed by the UN-associated, man-made warming advocates. It also reinforces the findings of Dr. Raymond Wheeler in his research over fifty years earlier of tree ring data, weather records, military records, locust plagues, historical chronicles, sunspot records, etc.
The blue line that represents the major climate cycles, is a temperature indicator. Rainfall more or less follows the temperature pattern but creates its own fluctuating cycles in its own rhythm.
The red arrows on the diagram above mark large cycles of approximately 1050 years. The period from about 1256 BC to 54 BC had one extra 172 year cycle, so there can be fluctuations in overall cycle length, but they tend to be plus or minus one sub-cycle.
Major Cycles and Their Influence
Here are the major cycles, with a description of their impact from the work of Stephen J. Puetz in his seminal work, The Unified Cycle Theory.
The major cycles are “harmonic”: Multiply by 3 to get the next higher cycle period.
1545 year cycle — This cycle is often referred to as the “Dansgaard-Oeschger” cycle by paleoclimatologists. It’s a cycle that has been reinforced by the Greenland ice core data — a climate cycle and major sunspot cycle. Peaks are considered golden ages, while troughs develop into “dark ages.” The most recent temperature low was in 1663 (a half-cycle low), while the next trough is predicted around 2436. The previous major full-cycle climate low was is 1891 (you can see this on the above chart). The lows of these cycles are characterized as “Dark Ages.”
1030 year cycle — The importance of this cycle (two 515 year cycles combined) is that it marks an East to West (and vice versa) power shift. Each successive empire develops on the opposite side of the planet. So, while the American Empire of the West crumbles, the East starts to rise in power. Expect the next big world dominating empire to be one of either India, Russia, or China. The next 500 year cycle top after that will be a western-based empire.
“There have been five 500-year epochs since the sixth century B.C. The first, third, and fifth belonged to Europe, as measured in terms of political initiative and aggressiveness. The second and fourth belonged to Asia. In the second epoch, Turkish peoples , Huns, and Tartars built one great empire after another, ending in Attila’s famous dominion. In the fourth the mongols ruled Asia under the Khans. The next epoch, the sixth, will belong to Asia in terms of initiative and aggressiveness. Signs of these forth-coming events are already obvious in the present behavior of the Asiatic peoples, including Russia.” — Dr. Raymond Wheeler
515 year cycle — This is referred to as the civilization cycle. New civilizations generally form 200 to 300 years before the theoretical peaks. Dominant civilizations at the peak tend to decline, the collapse, in the 100to 300 years following its peak. You’re currently watching the start of the decline of the American empire. Supporting evidence for this cycle spans more than 5000 years covering empires such as: ancient China, Meso-America, Egypt, Greece, Rome, Medieval Europe, and modern Anglo-Saxon nations.
172 year cycle — This cycle is both a climate cycle and an economic cycle, always resulting in an economic crash and depression (and ushers in a period of civil wars). The theoretical top was in the year 2007. While we started a major crash, it was upended in early 2009 by the injection of huge amounts of debt by central bankers. While they’ve been able to delay the deeper collapse, Mother Nature always wins in the end; we’re expecting the balance of this collapse and depression to once again tip the scales to the downside at the end of 2020 or early part of 2021. This cycle occurs at the 171.4 year conjunction of Neptune and Uranus. The past four cycle tops (and economic crashes) have triggered exactly 14 years after the conjunction itself.
57 year cycle — This cycle is known as the Kondratiev Wave, after the Russian scientist who made it famous, Nikolia Kondratiev. It’s also called the K-cycle, or “long cycle.” It subdivides into four parts and is associated with cycles in war, stock prices, credit markets, commodities, and economic depressions. Major depressions coincide with every third cycle (which is also the 172 year cycle). Lesser downturns often occur at the other two 57 year highs of the 172 year cycle. This is one of the most well-known cycles and is followed by many stock market analysts.
18.5 year cycle — This cycle is actually 18.3 years and contains a real estate cycle, exhaustively researched by Edward Dewey, even before he founded “The Foundation for the Study of Cycles” back in 1941. I sat on the board a few years ago as the Executive Director. The cycle has two parts, and is known to climatologists as the lunar nodal cycle, a period when the Moon is above the equator for half the cycle and then below it for the balance. It’s also a well-known rainfall cycle.
Smaller cycles: There are smaller cycles still. The seven year “feast or famine” cycle is extensively referenced in the Holy Bible, for example (it’s a rainfall cycle). There are shorter cycles of 3.5 years, 2.2 years … right down to 28 days (the moon). Ask any hospital emergency nurse or policeman about the likelihood that the full moon cycle influences our psyche is real, or not.
Alexander Chizhevsky, a Russian scientist, wrote extensively about the “excitability factor” in humans, which exhibited itself with every solar cycle top of approximately 11.2 years. You’ll find Woodstock and the Destruction of the Twin Towers in New York at the very tops of these cycles.
100 year climate cycle — a climate cycle. This cycle is has been extensively researched and written about by Raymond H. Wheeler. 500 year cycles break down into sub-cycles of about 100 years each. They may vary between about 80 and 120 years, but since the top of the Roman cycle, they’ve been fairly consistent.
Cycles have their own inherent traits that manifest themselves at lows and highs. The larger the cycle, the more pronounced these traits tend to be. We’re now at the top of the 500 year cycle, so you’re currently seeing extremes, but these extremes are nothing new. You’ll find them at work in the 1500s, for example, when humans also experienced similar traits. There was an historic financial collapse, as feudalism collapsed and we moved into the modern financial system of debt-fueled private banking.
And, in terms of social traits, they’re always more or less the same:
“Observers down through history agreed that warm-climate peoples were more prone to fanaticism, cruelty, tyranny and dictators. These phenomena have concenuated, all down through history, from the days of the Greek tyrants to Hitler, Mussolini, and Stalin, during the warm phase of the climatic cycle. It is during these times especially, when they are dry and therefore hotter yet, that minorities suffer their worst persecutions, liberties are curtailed, and fascism and communism develop. Hitler is a typical hot-drought specimen! Socialistic trends — any form of shift from individualism toward greater state control and ownership — are warm-phase phenomena and, when extreme, are symptoms of decadence.” — Dr. Raymond H. Wheeler, Ph.d.
Ring any bells in terms of the world we live in today?
Cycles of varying lengths and power influence every aspect of our lives on Earth. Never forget that we’re only a very small rock in a huge solar system (the Sun is 400 times larger than our tiny planet). We’re influenced every day by forces well beyond the nine revolving planets we count as our solar community.
The 2007 Turn
The predicted 516 year cycle top was in 2007, and sure enough, the stock market topped and we went into the “Great Recession.” As a stock market technical analyst (and cycles expert), I, and many others, expected the market to drop much farther than it did in 2008. But, central banks got involved in that same year and injected trillions of dollars into the economy to keep the market up.
The problem is that they can’t stop a natural cycle; they can just delay it. In effect, they’re just shifting the top of the 500 year cycle one sub-cycle later. They also exacerbate the problem, as the eventual collapse becomes just that much larger. That’s where we are today. The stock market is still up, but barely; underlying economic conditions are rapidly deteriorating. The world now is reportedly more than $255 trillion in debt.
Besides injecting money into the system, central banks have another tool — lowering interest rates. However, rates are already so low that central banks are, quite frankly, out of ammunition. There is, at this point, little they can do to avoid the inevitable. All they’ve really done is to make the debt larger, people poorer, and created a situation that will be far worse when it unravels than it would otherwise have been.
Where We Are Now
A bit of background …
Dr. Raymond Wheeler, PhD spent a good portion of his life (along with 200 employees) documenting the cycles of history going back to the year 600 B.C. Dr. Wheeler created the Drought Clock, which illustrated the periodicity (ie. – recurrent with regularity) of these recurring cycles in a manner that shows their predictability, verifiable through observation, and supported by data from a variety of independent sources.
My work, over the past ten years, has been in studying in detail the patterns of the larger worldwide cycles of 172 and 516 years (along with, to a lesser degree, shorter ones) as identified by Dr. Raymond H. Wheeler and Stephen Puetz. Dr. Wheeler identified the cycle lengths for climate of 25, 100, 170, and 500 years, while Stephen Puetz has done the work to prove their veracity, shifting the 170 cycle, for example, to a more accurate 172 years, and addressing the probability factor surrounding major harmonic cycles going back to the formation of the Earth.
There are many other luminaries from the turn of the twentieth century that wrote extensively about cycles and their recurrence. You can find books on the subject through my recommended reading list.
The Coming Depression
At the time I’m writing this article, I believe we about another year before things really start to fall apart. The stock market is in its latter stages of topping, but still has one more high to put in, likely in the first half of 2021. I predict it will take another five years from the top to reach the ultimate bottom. At the bottom, I expect the DOW to be under 3,000 points (its high was just under 28.000 earlier this year).
As a reference, the DOW dropped 90% during the onset of the Great Depression in 1929/30.
Every 1,000 years, we go into a period that has historically been called, “The Dark Ages.” Don’t let that label scare you. The most recent “dark ages” period, from the 1500s to the 1800s saw several smaller empires emerge — Spain, Portugal, and England. At the bottom of the this period, in the 1600s, the New World (America) was established. So, it’s not as if the world goes to sleep!
However, we’re moving into a period of pandemics, tougher climatic conditions, and civil wars. The good side of the experience of a colder/dryer climate is the furthering of democracy and freedom.
“As the warm-wet phase terminates, climate becomes drier and hotter. As it does, other phenomena manifest themselves: creativity declines; reaction and decadence set in; governments become despotic; minorities are persecuted; general health declines along with the birthrate; economic systems collapse; socialistic and communistic regimes rise under an epidemic of dictators; individual freedoms vanish; and the moral tone of society reaches a low level.
Towards the end of this period comes another series of wars we call nation-falling wars because many of the governments initiating them during this period are either tottering or about to collapse internally. These particularly savage conflicts occur on a falling temperature and rising rainfall curve.” — Dr. Raymond H. Wheeler
Current events show that another world revolution is occurring similar to
- the emergence of rational thought in the 5th century BC,
- the fall of Rome and other ancient civilizations in the 5th century (and the beginning of the medieval world based on feudalism), and
- the final collapse of the Middle Ages in the 15th century.
- The current convulsion is comparable to the birth of Christianity in the first century and to the birth of the modern nation as a feudal principality in the 9th and 10th centuries.
After the Crash
We’re going to experience a horrific stock market crash beginning most likely in the year 2021 (in the meantime, in late 2020, the market is going to rally to one more all time new high).
The final stock market crash will result in a complete financial meltdown and the formation of a new monetary system, because the current one is quite frankly, a ponzi scheme. It starts with our banking system. You can find out more about that here.
As a result, we’re going to have a very tough couple of decades going forward. I’m now turning my attention to what you can do to shield your current wealth, maintain your heath, stay safe in what promises to be a very volatile and violent period. I’ll be sharing much more in upcoming webinars and longer-length videos on this site, but in the meantime, here’s a quick guide to some of the things you need to think about, depending upon where you live and your current situation.
How to Prepare
Food — If you’ve been paying attention to alternative news (because much of what’s really going on doesn’t reach the main stream media), you know that the violent changes in the weather (flooding, along with early winter storms) in the past two years has virtually destroyed the food supply in the U.S. midwest. This extreme weather and crop destruction has always happened at 172 year (and larger) cycle tops. For example, in 1315 in Europe (the year 1320 was the theoretical 172 year top):
Then in the summer of 1314, the weather turned cold and very wet. Rain fell incessantly. Crops rotted in the fields. Grain harvests were late and desperately short.
These disturbances seemed at first to be nearly another routine disaster of a sort that had often afflicted medieval Europe. Crops had fallen short before. In the winter of 1314, people tightened their belts and prayed for better times.
But the next harvest was worse. The spring of 1315 brought heavy rain throughout Europe. Stormy weather lashed the continent for months. Dykes collapsed in England and the low countries. Entire fields washed away in France. Villages were destroyed by rising rivers in Germany. Once again grain and fodder crops failed.
Then, inconceivably, torrential rains came again and 1316. The grain crop failed a third year in a row. Europe began to experience the worst famine in its history.
Some historians estimate that a 10th of Europe’s teaming population perished in the years 1315 to 1316. — The Great Wave by David Hackett Fischer
As it’s getting colder and dryer, we’re going to experience major food shortages brought on by a shorter growing season and the lack of rainfall. Historically, this combination has led to famine on an international level.
You can start to stock up on the necessities, start a garden, create other means of harvesting food (chickens for example — very popular in the Great Depression), or look into freeze-dried foods that come in bulk and last up to 25 years. The best-tasting of the freeze dried offerings is from Mountain House.
Canadian Mountain House online packages can be found here.
Water — You can’t live very long without fresh water. With the coming stock market collapse, many of the businesses you frequent now will no longer exist. Transporation systems are already starting to collapse. National trucking companies are going bankrupt at a rate not seen before in modern history. The shipping industry has been in dire straits for the past few years. In short, the supply system that brings product to market is breaking down.
The result is that bottled water will start to get difficult to obtain. As a result, it’s best to locate yourself close to fresh water, preferably within walking distance. There are lots of tools available to help you purify water that you might be drinking other than out of the tap, and as we know, you can’t always count on that for purity. My favourite is Lifestraw.
Energy — It’s getting colder and dryer overall and this will be a continuing trend over the next couple of hundred years. My video on the future of climate is here.
The climate change “cult” has done their best to limit our energy resources just at the time we’re going to need them. Green energy does not have the power to provide needed energy in a downturn, particularly in colder countries. Another issue is infrastructure; Infrastructure in many cases has not been maintained. You’re seeing rolling blackouts in places like California, for example, due to electrical systems that are starting to fall apart due to lack of maintenance.
Governments around the world are bankrupt. In a stock market crash, jobs across many government-funded agencies will be reduced or eliminated. It makes sense if you own a home to consider a generator. There are lots of them on the market. It’s best to make sure your generator will handle more than one fuel source, like propane, for example.
Money — Your money is changing in value (it’s been changing in value since the early ’70s). Governments always inflate away its value (in essence, they’re stealing from you) so that a dollar today is worth about four cents, compared to what is was worth a hundred years ago — it’s why everyone is so broke (wages have not kept up to the rise in prices or increases in taxation).
With deflation, currency becomes more scarce and more valuable. You’re about to see your money increase in buying power as prices for just about everything start to plummet.
It’s a complicated story but it’s well worth your while to learn about both inflation and deflation, as it will change the way you plan and handle your financial affairs.
Silver coins are a good idea when the financial situation worsens (the system collapses altogether). However, precious metals are “assets” and in a deflationary environment, all assets drop in value. I’ll be developing video and articles on money, deflation, gold and silver, and the banking system in the months to come.
Learn about the banking system. Private banks are not generally going to be a safe place to store your money; we’re going to see lots of bank failures internationally when the stock market plunges in a couple of years. More on how banks work here.
Health — Exercise is really important during a major financial downturn.. It helps to keep you psychologically outside the realm of depression. Public and private health systems will end up with funding problems and there’ll be a health crisis right across the world. You need to keep your spirits up and create achievable goals even when things seem tough. Downturns like this have happened over and over again throughout history. The tough and tenacious always survive and prosper. Make sure to keep your vitamin intact, up, particularly vitamin D.
Colder and dryer climate sparks pandemics. You’re starting to see major diseases like black plague, measles, ebola, and others starting to crop up; we’ve already started into the colder climate cycle. The COVID-19 “pandemic” is more like seasonal flu — not nearly on a scale with diseases like the bubonic plague, or smallpox. Millions and millions of lives were lost in cold-dry periods in the past. This time will not be any different. Pay attention to your health.
Shelter — Real estate prices have topped generally all over the world (as result of the turning of the 18.5 year real estate cycle). Dropping asset prices are deflationary, and it would be a good idea to understand how the changing value of money affects your net worth and what to do about it. You can find more information on deflation here.
At the bottom of the stock market crash, we’re expecting real estate prices to be about 20% of what they were at their height, say in 2018. Buying a home now (or anytime in the past ten years) is not a good idea. Selling one and renting is a much better idea for at least the next five to six years.
Large asset purchases of any type at the top of a major cycle can have lasting negative effects on your net worth, and can even force you into bankruptcy.
Safety — When populations get hungry, chaos erupts. Colder/dryer climate cycles usher in riots, unrest, and eventually, civil war. People in desperate situations do desperate things.
In the 1930s, many well-off families dressed in old clothes and made sure not to drive through town in an expensive car. Visible wealth of any kind tends to become a target quickly — it can become a social liability.
Depending upon where you live, it’s a good time to prepare methods to protect yourself in the face of an attack. When society starts to break down, you will need to be able to defend yourself. Police and other services will be limited, and possibly unavailable.
During depressions, cities tend to be less safe than rural areas. There’s typically a large migration to the country as a depression starts to make life more difficult in packed spaces. Articles are starting to appear quite regularly regarding the move away from cities and states that are not well-off financially. Bankrupt governments don’t provide many of the usual services that people have come to expect during the good times.
Psychological Support — Going forward, family is going to be much more important than ever before. Patch up any relationship issues, if possible — you may need to band together for lodging and security during the most difficult times ahead. Know who your friends are and take time to strengthen those bonds.
We’re going into a period which will be much more of a challenge than the 1930s (the Great Depression) — a complete financial meltdown will result in a depression several times deeper than we’ve seen in the past 500 years.
The first jobs that come back during a depression are blue collar jobs. People will need things fixed and if you have the ability to provide services to those in your community, you’ll be well sought-after, becoming a revered member of your community.
Remember, we’re all going to be in the same leaky boat. If you have the ability and desire to help your fellow human beings, now is your time to shine.
Know the Past. See the Future
The Deep State
Since 2016 and the election of Donald Trump, it’s been obvious that we’ve entered a new world.
But have we? I believe what you’re seeing has silently been building under the surface for years, but the unexpected ascendancy of Donald Trump has ramped up the effort of the globalists to attempt to ram through their “New World Order,” which consists of a single world government and currency. The disruption you’ve been witnessing throughout the US over the past four years has a lot to do with this historic battle.
This isn’t a conspiracy theory; European central bankers have been openly talking about the “New World Order” for years. There’s been a concerted effort by the rich and powerful to exert their power to an even greater degree than international trade deals that have made corporations more powerful than most governments.
However, Donald Trump “got in the way” and now there’s a concerted, and very organized, effort to remove him from office, of ensure he doesn’t get re-elected. There’s no other rational explanation for what has been going on these past three years.
We began the assault on the US presidency with smear tactics regarding sexual impropriety, then Russiagate, with the salacious Steele dossier that was created by a former U.K. spy. This was followed up by the Mueller report and then we went on to impeachment, while Russiagate morphed into Ukraingate. In the midst of all this, we saw the targeting of people around Trump, like General Flynn, Paul Manafort (based on charges emanating from a Ukrainian “black book” that appears now to have been fraudulent. And finally, there was Roger Stone, with very dubious charges and an early morning military-style wake-up call and perp-walk in front of a CNN crew that somehow got wind of the event beforehand.
If that weren’t enough, we have the COVID crisis, which makes absolutely no sense from a timing perspective (viruses don’t happen at the top of the market, always the bottom). Now, it’s more or less confirmed that the virus was man-made in a lab, which fits with a response that makes me shake my head in disbelief every day, because it seems to change just about every day.
Now, there’s this build up of fear regarding a “second wave” of deaths, but waves run sets of five, and deaths are now to a point where this new virus us about to lose its epidemic status.
Meanwhile, the main stream media keeps up the scare tactics about the rising number of infections. However, that’s a rsult of the increased testing that’s being done. And what about “herd immunity.” In the beginning, it was desirable. Now, all of a sudden it’s something to be feared.
You can’t get to “herd immunity” (and eradicate the virus) without a whole lot more people getting infected. The script keeps getting re-written on a weekly basis — it makes absolutely no sense. There’s something else going on here!
On from this COVID fiasco to Black Lives Matter and Antifa, both of whom are highly organized, well-financed, and sport conflicting messages. Statues are being torn down, originally due to racial undertones, but now, it doesn’t seem to matter who these officials were or what they did. Suddenly violent protests are OK, but gathering in churches is not. Violence began in Democrat-run cities, and is leading to calls in those cities for defunding the police. Is all of this just simply a coincidence? Probably not.
There is quite obviously a concerted effort to ruin the economy, and keep people away from political conventions, so that Donald Trump doesn’t get back into office. And the propaganda is out of this world! But, frankly, this is what you’d expect at at one thousand year cycle high. You expect corruption at the highest levels.
You can even consider the “Man-Made Global Warming” propaganda model as a pre-cursor to this more recent war on Trump. The Climate scare began with the UN, under the leadership of Maurice Strong, a member of the Club of Rome (and a eugenist), with ulterior motives from population reduction to the destruction of capitalism in favour of socialism — certainly much more than just attempting to warn the world about warmer temperatures, predicted based on computer modelling (ie. – man-made input). Check out Draconian Climate Change Policies.
“The common enemy of humanity is man.
In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up
with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming,
water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill. All these
dangers are caused by human intervention, and it is only through
changed attitudes and behaviour that they can be overcome.
The real enemy then, is humanity itself.“
– Club of Rome 1993,
But, as I say, this story has a much longer history and goes back to the 1800s (and even earlier), but the man who really got things heated up was Cecil Rhodes.
The Fabian Society and Round Table: Eugenics by Another Name
I’m going to give you only some highlights of this story here. I’ve provided back-up articles (click on the CORRUPTION page that you can link to here, or by using the appropriate button on the Dashboard screen), which are extensively researched and detailed. The snippets I’ll use to further the story come from an article, The Origins of the by Mathew Ehret of The Strategic Culture Foundation (the entire 3 part article has been provided in Corruption area on the Dashboard page.
The short story is that this is much bigger than the United States alone. It seems to be a consortium with deep connections inside the US with lots of money behind them.
It all began with The Round Table, a secret movement begun by a Lord Milner of Great Britain and Cecil Rhodes, who would later create Rhodes Scholarships as a vehicle to get like-minded people into the upper echelons of the Canadian and American governments.
“The Round Table movement served as the intellectual center of the international operations to regain control of the British Empire and took on several incarnations over the 20th century. It worked in tandem with the Coefficients Club, the Fabian Society, and the Rhodes Trust, all of whom witnessed members moving in and out of each other’s ranks. The historian Carrol Quigley, of Georgetown University wrote of this cabal in his posthumously published “Anglo-American Establishment”:
“This organization has been able to conceal its existence quite successfully, and many of its most influential members, satisfied to possess the reality rather than the appearance of power, are unknown even to close students of British history. This is the more surprising when we learn that one of the chief methods by which this group works has been through propaganda.”
in 1986, after Oxford University, Cecil Rhodes travelled to South Africa to make a “fortune on a cotton plantation. The proceeds of Rhodes’ cotton fortune were multiplied many times by ventures into the diamond industry of South Africa, allowing him to rise to gargantuan heights of political power and wealth, peaking with his appointment as Prime Minister of Cape Town and Founder of Rhodesia.”
Milner eventually got together with Rhodes, sponsored by Lord Rothschild (of the Rothschild fortune, and banking family) and founded the Round Table.
“In a series of seven wills written between 1879 and 1901,” Rhodes, the unapologetic racist, laid out his designs for the re-conquering of the world and indoctrinating young elites into his design:
“Let us form the same kind of society, a Church for the extension of the British Empire. A society which should have its members in every part of the British Empire working with one object and one idea we should have its members placed at our universities and our schools and should watch the English youth passing through their hands just one perhaps in every thousand would have the mind and feelings for such an object, he should be tried in every way, he should be tested whether he is endurant, possessed of eloquence, disregardful of the petty details of life, and if found to be such, then elected and bound by oath to serve for the rest of his life in his Country. He should then be supported if without means by the Society and sent to that part of the Empire where it was felt he was needed.”
The goal of this group was “the ultimate recovery of the United States of America as an integral part of the British Empire.” You simply can’t make this stuff up — a conspiracy so diabolical that most wouldn’t believe it possible.
“The model of the Round Table involved a central coordinating body in London, with branches strategically placed throughout the Commonwealth in order to provide one vision and voice to the young and talented “upper managerial class” of the reformed British Empire. Parkin and Peacock were joined by Lord Alfred Milner, Sir Arthur Glazebrook, W.T. Stead, Arthur Balfour and Lord Nathan Rothschild as co-trustees.”
“Working in tandem with the eugenicists of the Fabian Society of Sidney and Beatrice Webb, Balfour had founded the first International Eugenics Conference in 1912 alongside enthusiastic recruits such as young Roundtable member Winston Churchill. Charles Darwin’s cousin and founder of eugenics, Sir Francis Galton died mere weeks before being able to keynote the conference. The Fabian Society and its sister organization “The Co-efficients Club” featured such other prominent eugenicists as Bertrand Russell, Halford Mackinder, H.G. Wells and George Bernard Shaw, and later Harold Laski and John Maynard Keynes [see accompanying article on the Eugenics bent of the Fabian Society]. Membership rosters of either organization frequently overlapped.”
So, we have a group of extremely rich British elites, who are socialist-thinking, racist, and admitted eugenicists committed to somehow get the United States back into the British Empire.
“A startling revelation swept through the press in 1933 with General Smedley Butler’s public unveiling of the Wall Street-backed attempt to run a coup d’état against Roosevelt using 500 000 legionnaires (30). General Butler’s unveiling of the plan to install himself as puppet dictator was recounted in Butler’s famous book “War is a Racket” (31). This attempted coup had occurred mere months after the thwarted Masonic-run assassination plot to kill FDR which resulted in the killing of Mayor Cermak of Chicago.”
The Fabian Society figures prominently in Canada today and has since the early 1900s. Pierre Elliot Trudeau was a Fabian (a soclialist). Chrystia Freeland, who came “out of nowhere” this past year to become Deputy Prime Minister of Canada is a Rhodes Scholar. It seems that since she’s taken over the Canadian government, Justin Trudeau is more of a figurehead (which he really was from the very beginning).
“Working closely with leading figures of Oxford, and especially the Rhodes Trust, the Fabians set up their own school with Rothschild funding called the London School of Economics (LSE) in 1895.”
“More cabinet officials under Barack Obama studied at Oxford University and the London School of Economics than its American counterparts Yale, Harvard, or Princeton. This is the essence of the Deep State which has sought to overthrow President Trump ever since he became a serious candidate in the 2016 elections.”
And there you have it — the origins of the Deep State … much bigger and more insidious than almost anyone imagines! It certainly paints a different picture of magnitude of the current battle.
The New World Order, however, is failing. Europe, their first attempt, is falling apart financially, and will soon start losing more members than just the United Kingdom (thru Brexit). Mother Nature is waiting in the wings, with a financial meltdown and depression, which will usher in civil wars around the world. Mother Nature will will win in the end, but it’s going to be a battle of the millennium … at a 1030 year cycle top!
That’s why the work we’re doing to prepare for the worst is so important.
In Their Own Words ….
In case any doubts yet linger that the Fabians or their Rhodes Trust counterparts on the so-called “right” have advanced their agenda in order to apply genocidal eugenics programs on a scale unimagined by even Hitler, then simply read their own words, and judge for yourself.
“The moment we face it frankly we are driven to the conclusion that the community has a right to put a price on the right to live in it … If people are fit to live, let them live under decent human conditions. If they are not fit to live, kill them in a decent human way. Is it any wonder that some of us are driven to prescribe the lethal chamber as the solution for the hard cases which are at present made the excuse for dragging all the other cases down to their level, and the only solution that will create a sense of full social responsibility in modern populations?” — George Bernard Shaw, Prefaces (London: Constable and Co., 1934), p. 296
“I believe that now and always the conscious selection of the best for reproduction will be impossible; that to propose it is to display a fundamental misunderstanding of what individuality implies. The way of nature has always been to slay the hindmost, and there is still no other way, unless we can prevent those who would become the hindmost being born. It is in the sterilization of failure, and not in the selection of successes for breeding, that the possibility of an improvement of the human stock lies.” — H.G. Wells in American Journal of Sociology, Vol. 10 (1904), p. 11
“We may perhaps assume that, if people grow less superstitious, government will acquire the right to sterilize those who are not considered desirable as parents. This power will be used, at first, to diminish imbecility, a most desirable object. But probably, in time, opposition to the government will be taken to prove imbecility, so that rebels of all kinds will be sterilized. Epileptics, consumptives, dipsomaniacs and so on will gradually be included; in the end, there will be a tendency to include all who fail to pass the usual school examinations. The result will be to increase the average intelligence; in the long run, it may be greatly increased. But probably the effect upon really exceptional intelligence will be bad.
Eugenics has, of course, more ambitious possibilities in a more distant future. It may aim not only at eliminating undesired types, but at increasing desired types. Moral standards may alter so as to make it possible for one man to be the sire of a vast progeny by many different mothers. … If eugenics reached the point where it could increase desired types, it would not be the types desired by present-day Eugenists that would be increased, but rather the type desired by the average official. Prime Ministers, Bishops, and others whom the State considers desirable might become the fathers of half the next generation…
If we knew enough about heredity to determine, within limits, what sort of population we would have, the matter would of course be in the hands of State officials, presumably elderly medical men. Whether they would really be preferable to Nature I do not feel sure. I suspect that they would breed a subservient population, convenient to rulers but incapable of initiative.” — Bertrand Russell, “ICARUS or the Future of Science” (1924)
“Galton’s eccentric, sceptical, observing, flashing, cavalry-leader type of mind led him eventually to become the founder of the most important, significant and, I would add, genuine branch of sociology which exists, namely eugenics.” — John Maynard Keynes on Galton’s Eugenics, Eugenics Review 1946
“Political unification in some sort of world government will be required… Even though… any radical eugenic policy will be for many years politically and psychologically impossible, it will be important for UNESCO to see that the eugenic problem is examined with the greatest care, and that the public mind is informed of the issues at stake so that much that now is unthinkable may at least become thinkable.” — Sir Julian Huxley, UNESCO: Its Purpose and Its Philosophy. 1946
“I contend that we are the finest race in the world and that the more of the world we inhabit the better it is for the human race. Just fancy those parts that are at present inhabited by the most despicable specimens of human beings what an alteration there would be if they were brought under Anglo-Saxon influence, look again at the extra employment a new country added to our dominions gives. I contend that every acre added to our territory means in the future birth to some more of the English race who otherwise would not be brought into existence. Added to this the absorption of the greater portion of the world under our rule simply means the end of all wars, at this moment had we not lost America I believe we could have stopped the Russian-Turkish war by merely refusing money and supplies. Having these ideas what scheme could we think of to forward this object.” — Cecil Rhodes, Confession of Faith, 1888
“I do not agree that the dog in a manger has the final right to the manger even though he may have lain there for a very long time. I do not admit that right. I do not admit for instance, that a great wrong has been done to the Red Indians of America or the black people of Australia. I do not admit that a wrong has been done to these people by the fact that a stronger race, a higher-grade race, a more worldly wise race to put it that way, has come in and taken their place.” — Winston Churchill to the Peel Commission, 1937