Monday, May 2, 2016

Economic Propaganda, Chinese / Russian Occupation

Q. Washington is currently conducting economic and propaganda warfare against four members of the five bloc group of countries known as BRICS:  Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa.

Brazil and South Africa are being destabilized with fabricated political scandals. Both countries are rife with Washington-financed politicians and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs). Washington concocts a scandal, sends its political agents into action demanding action against the government and its NGOs into the streets in protests.

Some think this is the beginning of WWIII.  What do you think?
A. When I tune into this, I see that WWIII has been in the works for quite a while now.  It looks like pockets of disruption have been going on all over the world in different forms.  I get that for a few decades other countries have been looking at trends, studying dynamics of other countries and trying to see how to emerge as a leader.  I hear the phrase "eyes on the prize" and understand this to mean that the US is a leader, and other countries have been coveting that position, and looking for ways to take over that position. 

China and their allies have been looking for a weakness and see it with the US currency and spending trends.  They see that the dollar isn't sustainable, and through QE and inflation, the US devalues their own dollar and open themselves up to having other currencies emerge.  

The members of BRICS (being led by China) saw an opportunity to to trade with gold and other solid backed money.  This is a HUGE threat to the US and the dollar.  I hear the "best defense is a good offense" and the US is thinking in those lines.  I get that the US is doing what it can to destabilize the members of BRICS as both a punishment and a warning to not mess with them.  

I hear a comment that "the US will own BRICS" before they are done and then I see a flash of the movie Confessions of an Economic Hitman.  The US is a master of destabilizing governments, and then when they need help the US steps in and creates various forms of indebtedness from the country.  

I do see that the US in fighting a fight that they aren't ready for.  The number of allies is decreasing, and negative behaviors from other countries and leaders is being exposed.  I get that new alliances are being formed, and there is a fight to ride to the top.  I also get a sense that a birth of something new is on the horizon, and a reset of the financial system is emerging and it will be backed by a hard asset (as in precious metals).

Q. Your previous associations are of the Chinese and Russian Occupiers west of the Mississippi. That time period is rapidly coming to a close if Obama will be leaving office soon. Do you see a revision to this? Living in the gun happy west I can't image the scenario for this. So many people are stocked to the gills hoping to repel invaders from without or within. Even lacking consistent tactical training the firepower in the bands of the many is unreal. Perhaps these recent years of mass arms buying by the public was orchestrated.
A. I see that there were thoughts in the beginning that gun control really just made people go out and buy guns and create a heavily armed society because it was one way to defend against outside invaders.  I do see there is some truth to this as per capita the US is some of the most heavily armed population.  It does help to defend outside people from wanting to come in an take over (and the US is more fearful than ever right now).

However, I see the ulterior motive coming into play now.  They used fear and panic to get us armed, but now they want to impose strict rules on the people in order to make money.  I do see some "democratic" ideals being influenced into effect where they are going to create some kind of a firearm tax.  There will be a lengthy application process and the registration and taxes will help to identify who has guns, and where they are located.  The database for this looks very high tech.  I get that some of the false flags involving protests and riots are really the governments way of testing how far people will get pushed before they react (and how will they react and with what means to a hostile situation). There is a balance between being able to control your people, and having the people feeling so much control that they themselves take control, and that is the fine line being determined now..


Me too said...

In Brazil it is not fabricated political scandals. Unfortunately corruption was always there pretty much everywhere (left AND right politicians) they throw a bone to the poor and take a LOT of money and it has been like that for years. The new judge Moro as well a new team of young attorneys are really trying to clean-up, it is a very small tiny step against very powerful people. It is hard to break a system in place for so long, but worth the shot.

Current government is using propaganda and blogs and is literally breaking the country financially, they broke retirement funds and they are having the Olympic games while hospitals (they have universal health care) have nothing and unemployment rate is high. It is easy to blame other countries for our shortfalls, but honestly it is Brazil's fault, (PS I am from there)...

I can't speak for the other countries

Craig said...

Lynn and everyone, as this post touches on the currency situation I wanted to post about something I just heard about. Everything is changing rapidly and at some point our money (federal reserve notes) will most likely be devalued. There is a place in Utah called UPMA that is a precious metals exchange. What you do is send them money and they will buy gold or silver (or both) , store it under brinks protection, then they will issue you a visa debit card to use in everyday transactions. This is a hedge against the falling dollar, sort of like a mini-fort Knox under private control. Usually when currency value falls, metals go up. In that case, you will not lose purchasing power but gain even more, and you will need it if there is hyperinflation. You can also have them send you the metal whenever you want it. Check it out here

I do think that some solution will be had, whether it be local script creation or whatever, but this will help in the interim.

Bee E-lightened said...

When is babylon going to fall?!?

MorL W said...

Hi Lynn,

I don't see the American gun-owning public taking kindly to registering their guns so that the politicians can have more money to play with and will know who owns what type of weapon and where it's located. Do you see a revolt in this country if they try to implement gun registration?

Hitler implemented gun registration, and so did other tyrants in history. Many Americans are aware of this. I don't see this going well if that is tried here.

I would love your thoughts on what kind of backlash that type of control would produce.

(a bigger question to address maybe another time is WHY humanity feels the need to have overlords to boss us around and take our money in the first place. We can do so much better on our own, in my opinion, without a lying, cheating, thieving ruling class. Humanity has been conditioned to believe that we NEED them, but in Truth, do we??)

Thank you for your thoughts and insights. I love your blog.

A Man Called Da-da said...


Is there any GOOD news?

Amy A said...

Washington State tried doing this, but after a year have been widely unsuccessful.

Buddhist Lady said...

Dada--you need only ask.

On my days off, I watch this video at least once a day. I'm afraid that I don't watch much TV (right now I'm watching shows like "Buying Alaska," "Buying the Yukon," "Buying Log Cabins," or "Granchester," [since I adore British mysteries] etc., etc.), but I happened on this video when I "happened" on "best" initial performances in these singing shows--which is always a treat because the judges' jaws drop. Fun!!

This kid's got it all: I wish he would sing more "yelling or shouting" blues!

This song will lift your heart, Dada!

Buddhist Lady said...

Dada--I'm trying to become a sophisticate...and failing miserably.

Try this: A Video to Lift Your Heart

Psychic Focus (Lynn) said...

Thanks for all the comments. You are right, we do live in dire times. The one thing I think of is that change is on the horizon. So many things in life need a death of something to allow room for a rebirth, and we are on the verge of a rebirth of something great.

Buddhist Lady said...

Miss Psychic Focus Lynn--you are quite correct. Quite correct.

Speaking of change...with the permafrost melting...look what we're finding! Puppies!! Who doesn't like puppies!!!??? Preserved Ice Age Puppies Recovered from Siberian Permafrost Awe Scientists

Hannon said...

Gun registration was a total failure in New York and Connecticut(my home state, which I'm out of temporarily), with over 90% noncompliance rates. I think people are at the point of telling the system to piss off, unless an armed storm trooper is directly in front of them, in person. Funny how the rest of the world wants our leaders off their backs just as much as us :-)

Raymond G said...

Brazil has some internal problems and Venezuela is on the verge of collapse. They are expected to have an inflation rate of 720 percent this year and the president ordered people to report to work only 2 days a week to conserve electricity. Some places only get 3,4 hours of electricity a day. It's pretty rough in South America.

Mark Noeth said...

Wonderful reading as always... First I would like to add that Iran and Korea made some huge contacts with each other last week and Isreal is negotiating a huge aid package with the U.S.. Economic propaganda as you call it would be normal. You have to protect the interests of your country. Other wise you could end up a third world country over night. It also has to do with American culture. Yes, the U.s. has several cultures in it, but the American culture is based on money/success. If you talk to an American about success they immediately think cash flow. They don't think being the best you can be...... Gun sales skyrocketed because of fear and panic. The spokesman of the NRA even said the U.S. had so many guns because we had so many ethnic groups. Canada has a lot of guns also. Their just not shooting each other as much as we are. Their media is totally different. They don't go for the shock and awe as the media in the U.S. does. I would mind seeing guns insured. People insure cars, why not guns... I did come to the realization that the PTB/Illuminati were failing because their are so many different cultures and they weren't getting enough people involved in the American culture of success/money. They inadvertently created to many distractions so people don't have direction, vision, focus, and disaplin. I could be wrong, this is just my theory.

Psychic Focus (Lynn) said...

Thank you for the comments and sharing.

Mark, I appreciate the info. You raise some interesting points!!

They Live said...

How the enemy takes over societies without guns:
1. Demoralization
2. Destabilization
3. Chaos
4. Normalization
I.e. Our society was already flooded with deviant behavior such as justification of wars set by the U.S. in other countries, mainly the Middle East, long outlining the face of the "enemy" before Twin Tower attack(demoralization) which leads to a destabilized way of living/thinking which equals fear.
Chaos then enters(Twin tower Attack) followed by Normalization(TSA) in the name of protection in order to help calm the fear they continue to perpetuate.
Same formula used to create the U.N. and social security just to name a couple of others.

Once you know how the enemy operates it's easier to defeat them.

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