Thursday, June 11, 2015

Globalist Agenda Watch 2015: The globalists are covertly attacking their own secret trade deals.

Globalist Agenda Watch 2015: Updates 32-33 – The globalists are covertly attacking their own secret trade deals. Why? & June 18-19 “should be decisive” for Greece

I’ve been noting with some interest that the globalists have sicced their own controlled opposition fronts on the TPP and TTIP trade deals:

They’ve been using Wikileaks to release damning secret documents…


And they’ve been staging attacks against the deals (and/or the secrecy and fast track effort that surround them) through their Mises Mafia mouthpieces, including…
…Rand Paul…


…Marine Le Pen…


…and Nigel Farage…


…(source: The Independent)

Given that the Mises Mafia promote “free trade,” what is their game in this?

I suspect the globalists are using a bad cop, good cop approach to getting their multilateral trade agreements passed. They are putting forth outrageous proposals in the TPP/TTIP and having their media publicize them and their controlled opposition leaders (COLs) oppose them. This allows the COLs to grandstand and build their credibility with the public (like Rand Paul just did in getting the Patriot Act rebranded).

After the controlled opposition “heroes” stop or roll back the bad elements of the deals, they will put forth “good” trade deals which give the globalists everything they’re genuinely seeking.

 It all boils down to Negotiation 101: you overreach in your first proposal, then give away the overreach as you negotiate your way to what you really wanted.

It’s also important to note that no multilateral trade agreement will ever lead to real “free trade.” But I’ll tell you why this is so in an update.

[Update 33 – 11 June 2015]

June 18-19 “should be decisive” for Greece

I’ve been seeing a lot of “Greece’s time is up” language in the media today, and one particular passage in one particular article caught my eye. Here is the article: Greece gets wake-up call: coming week could seal its fate. And here’s the passage…

“The eurozone’s finance ministers, commonly known as the eurogroup, meet in Luxembourg June 18-19, in a meeting that Tusk says ‘should be decisive.’”

Do you know what else was decisive? The Battle of Waterloo, which took place 200 years ago come June 18, and I covered its possible tie-in to the Greek dramedy back in Update 28.

So while the eurogroup is meeting in Luxembourg and deciding on Greece’s fate, where will Greece’s Prime Minister be? He’ll be in St. Petersburg, Russia signing on to Russia’s Turkish Stream pipeline project. Gee, I wonder how the eurogroup will respond to that.

Putting this together with everything we’ve already covered in previous updates, here is how next week looks:

> Monday, June 15 is the beginning of the weekly news cycle, and it’s also 6/15/15 (6/6/6). Don’t be surprised if some significant news surfaces concerning what will happen later in the week.

> Thursday, June 18 is the 200th anniversary of Napoleon’s defeat at Waterloo, and it’s also the day that both the eurogroup meeting and the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum will be convening. We already know which meeting the Greeks will be attending.

> Monday, June 22 is a Masonic master number related to the concept of “disastrous downfall,” and it’s the first day Greece’s banks will be open after the two meetings are finished.

So will the EU meet their Waterloo when the Greeks go to Russia on the 18th? And will Greece’s banks meet their “disastrous downfall” when the EU retaliates by yanking back emergency liquidity on the 22nd? We’ll see.

On some interesting side notes…

> The battleground on which the Battle of Waterloo was fought is located in and around Braine-l’Alleud, Belgium. If you were to drive from there to Luxembourg City, you would travel 207 kilometers. This leaves me wondering exactly where the eurogroup is meeting in Luxembourg. If I measured from the battlefield to their meeting place, would it be 200 kilometers (corresponding to the 200th anniversary)? Would the globalists be that ridiculously symbolic about it?

> There are three ways for the EU to play with Greece’s emergency liquidity assistance: 1) cap it and allow no further increases, 2) give Greece’s collateral a “haircut” and thereby reduce the amount they can access, or 3) declare that Greece’s banks are insolvent and/or Greece is acting in opposition to EU policy (both financially and with the pipeline) and ending all ELA.

> The potential tie-in to Waterloo brings to mind the cryptic Economist cover from early this year…


…There is Napoleon in living color. Also take note of the woman’s hat with the ash-colored eggs. The phoenix turns to ash before it is reborn, so the eggs may indicate this is the year the phoenix falls.

For the previous updates in this series, click here.

Till later, much love…