Not So Indispensable

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Via the Sinclair shop:

Long time U.S. vassal state Japan to bypass dollar and SWIFT to transact using China’s CIPS system in inter-bank settlement

The post-WW2 order has fallen.

Think musical chairs.

With an unknown deficit of chairs for all players.

Interesting times.

26 responses to “Not So Indispensable

  1. Eventually, chaos will reign in the US, because of our dollar arrogance, and peoples lives will be beggared to the point of destitution. We’ve a lot to pay for, physically, and spiritually, and the cost is going to be more than we can bear. Every man should note, that G*d does not sleep, nor is He mocked. It’s fine with me, if you don’t believe, or you believe me a fool. He will deal with us all, according to His Judgement, just the same.

  2. SemperFi, 0321

    The FedRes/IMF did this to themselves.
    In their greed to monetarily take over the world and place any nation they could under their thumb, the banksters found resistance, and now it’s turned into pushback.
    Lotsa luck fellas.

  3. All planned & known long ago. Bretton Wood’s Agreement of 1944 via United Narions & Bombing of Japan to surrender & became a Vassal State in 1945. IsRaHell becomes illegal Nation in 1948. Anybody else see a pattern of usual suspects & coincidences – situations being set up here ?

    Beyond obvious & long past time to come out of Plato’s Cave.

  4. ALCON,

    H.R. 4444 (106).

    Passed by a Republican-controlled Kon-gress (106th) and signed by the Marxist POTUS Bill “Philanderer-in-Chief” Klinton in 2000. The turncoats turning American manufacturing productivity and fUSA sovereignty over to the Red Chinese.

    Traitorous bastards all !

  5. Next think you know oil will be settled in world currencies other than dollars. Oh, whoops, already happening.

    • Except that it looks like the dollar is once again the strongest currency out there, becoming that way after President Trump’s election. This gives them a nice opportunity to talk shit and badmouth Uncle Shithead. But if the dollar is the most stable currency in the crowd, I wonder what happens then?

      • if the dollar is the most stable …

        the $ is a piece of fucking paper. nothing more. it says volumes about the value of the any fiat currency.

        oh, what’s the use? breed more idiots ya’ll.

        murka!

        • SemperFi, 0321

          The fact that it’s a Federal Reserve Note (monopoly money) goes right over everyone’s head. By adding a few words like Treasury here and there, they somehow legitimize it as supposedly being real money, instead of tax IOU’s.
          Either way, the whole fake system is about to come tumbling down, with catastrophic results for all.
          What number comes after trillion? That’s just the derivatives debt.

          • 20 years ago I couldn’t find a FFL who would take silver eagles in payment for a rifle, now you can find a few. Not enough for real change.

            People still cling to the company scrip

            And given inflation it now takes multiple shipping containers full of Chinese beads to buy mineral rights across Texas.

            From:

            to:

            • Yep. Still can’t use my .223 cartridges to pay rent to my (((landlord)))).

              This it’s eviction for me soon.

      • lon a follower

        Strongest currency out there or, largest balloon out there?

        • Very specifically, the strongest currency out there. And nothing else comes even close. Yes, we stand atop a mountain of debt. But that consists of THREE separate parts:

          1. Federal debt.
          2. Personal debt
          3. Obligations

          And those are three separate items, which need to be addressed separately unless one’s intent is obfuscation.

          Federal debt: Just how much of that is owed to the Federal Reserve? Yes, Russia, China, and others have purchased US debt and hold claim against it, but my understanding is that a significant portion of – if not the absolute majority of – Federal debt is held by the Federal Reserve. Now if one were to investigate the Federal Reserve and find out that, for many years now, they have been wreaking fraud and corruption upon the United States, just what would be a valid disposition of THAT portion of the Federal debt?

          Personal debt is the responsibility of those who accepted it, and if one is not willing or able to pay, there are laws which determine how that gets discharged. It may not be fun times, but there are ways to handle that.

          Obligations are future debt owed by public entities such as the states and cities, to meet promises made to their employees with regards to benefits from the result of their labors. Again, if the states and cities are not able to pay those obligations, there are laws which determine the disposition. Again, it may not be fun times, but there are still ways to handle that.

          It is possible that the entire world economy might simultaneously domino into the shitter. But there is also the possibility that “last man standing” might survive FAR better than the rest. And a strong dollar, along with the willpower to take the steps above, gives a far better chance of the US economy surviving even as others around the world fall and die. That’s one of the great things about being the largest nation of consumers in the world. We don’t have to have the REST of the world economies survive in order for our economy to survive. Unlike the REST of the world.

          • that had top be the dumbest explanation i have ever read.

            the rest of the world is buying fucking GOLD. the murkins are selling whatever cheap 14k rings they have to buy the next case of Budweiser.

            we’re fucked..

  6. Trump being elected was a big deal, but compared to this, it’s just a lone juggler off to the side of a 3 ring circus. This will bring the US to its knees. The scary part is that the Red block in this country has put itself in position to take control when that time comes. We haven’t, and having a basement full of food and ammo, while important, won’t cut it without other alternative social structures in place, at a high enough level to make a difference.

  7. “And once enough of these nations decides to follow this new economic model being laid out from Beijing, and create the critical mass needed to bypass the dollar completely, then the reserve currency will simply fade away via de facto consent, and force change onto the Western institutions that have run the global financial system for decades.”

    ^^^The money quote.

  8. It has been fairly obvious for some twenty years that the center of gravity of world wealth has been moving away from the Americas and Europe, to Asia.

    Regardless of labels of their governments, both China and Russia have become more capitalistic in national behavior, and their wealth has thereby increased. OTOH, as the Americas and the Eurozone have become more socialistic and fascistic, their wealth has decreased. (A twenty-trillion-dollar national debt is not a sign of wealth.)

    The decline of empires (of whatever sort) is not a good thing for the citizens thereof. Makes for interesting times, though.

    • The (((bailout))) forced on the people in the fall of 2008 was the greatest crime ever committed. Plus Obama.

      NWO in control since 2008.

      Occupy Wall St came from the right. It was an occidental protest vs Jew banks, even if many there didn’t realize the bad guy they were protesting and then the commie hippies ruined it.

      Proof: CNN opposed Occupy, saying ” ((((we)))) don’t know what they want!!”

      (((You )))) knew god damned well, THE JEW.

      if you don’t Understand think harder.

      If Occupy came from the left, ((((CNN)))) would have supported it. Cf “black lives matter”

  9. “…The election of President Trump created optimism about our collective financial prospects – with seemingly tangible promises of bringing home jobs and returning to American Greatness™. But the banksters also cheered his election; stock markets shot upwards in celebration. Key positions in the White House were offered to Goldman Sachs men and others of their ilk…”

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-02-04/trump-about-cause-another-crisis-2008-could-be-eclipsed-bank-restrictions-eliminated

  10. Gosh golly gee the US better get on board with the TPP right quick!
    We’ll be left behind!

    Gasping, grasping globalists.

  11. Ballentines Law Dictionary, 3rd Edition:
    Dollar. The legal currency of the United States; State v Downs, 148 Ind 324, 327; the unit of money consisting of one hundred cents. The aggregate of specific coins which add up to one dollar. 36 Am J1st Money § 8. In the absence of qualifying words, it cannot mean promissory notes, bonds, or other evidences of debt. 36 AM J 1st Money § 8.

    Ballentines Law Dictionary, 2nd Edition:
    Dollar (dol’ar). “ There is no ambiguity about the word ‘dollar’.” If any word has a settled meaning at law, and in the courts, it is this. It can only mean the legal currency of the United States, not dollars vested in lands. A dollar is the volume of money, and is by law made a money unit value of the value of one hundred cents. See State v. Downs, 148 Ind. 324, 327.

    Blacks Law Dictionary, 6th Edition:
    Dollar. The money unit employed in the United States of the value of one hundred cents, or any combination of coins totalling one hundred cents.
    Cent. A coin of the United States, the least in value of those now minted. It is the hundredth part of a dollar.

    Blacks Law Dictionary, 5th Edition:
    Dollar. The money unit employed in the United States of the value of one hundred cents, or any combination of coins totalling one hundred cents.

    Blacks Law Dictionary, 4th Edition Revised:
    Dollar. The unit employed in the United States in calculating money values. It is of the value of 100 cents. People v. Alba, 46 Cal.App.2d 859, 117 P.2d 63. Money or currency issued by lawful authority and intended to pass and circulated as such. Neufield v. United States, 118 f,2d 375, 387, 73 App.D.C. 174.

    Blacks Law Dictionary, 4th Edition:
    Dollar. The unit employed in the United States in calculating money values. It is coined both in gold and silver, and is of the value of one hundred cents. People v. Alba 46 Cal.App.2d 859, 117 P.2d 63. Money or currency issued by lawful authority and intended to pass and circulated as such. Neufield v. United States, 118 f,2d 375, 387, 73 App.D.C. 174. The dollar of nine-tenths fine consisting of the weight determined under the 31 U.S.C.A. § 321, shall be the standard unit of value, and all forms of money issued or coined shall be maintained at a parity of value with this standard. 31 U.S.C.A. § 314.

    Blacks Law Dictionary, 3rd Edition:
    Dollar. The unit employed in the United States in calculating money values. It is coined both in gold and silver, and is of the value of one hundred cents. Thompson v. State, 90 Rex. Cr. R. 125, 234 S. W. 406, 408.

    Blacks Law Dictionary, 1st Edition:
    Dollar. The unit employed in the United States in calculating money values. It is coined both in gold and silver, and is of the value of one hundred cents.
    Cent. A coin of the United States, the least in value of those now minted. It is the hundredth part of a dollar. Its weight is 72 gr., and it is composed of copper and nickel in the ratio of 88 to 12.

    Bouvier’s Law Dictionary, 1856 Edition:
    Dollar, money. A silver coin of the United States of the value of one hundred cents, or tenth part of an eagle.
    2. It weighs four hundred and twelve and a half grains. Of one thousand parts, nine hundred are of pure silver and one hundred of alloy. Act of January 18, 1837, ss. 8 & 9, 4 Sharsw. Cont. of Story’s L. U. S. 2523, 4; Wright, R. 162.
    3. In all computations at the custom-house, the specie dollar of Sweden and Norway shall be estimated at one hundred and six cents. The specie dollar of Denmark, at one hundred and five cents. Act of May 22, 1846.
    Cent, money. A copper coin of the United States of the value of ten mills; ten of them are equal to a dime, and one hundred, to one dollar. Each cent is required to contain one hundred and sixty-eight grains. Act of January 18th, 1837, 4 Sharsw. cont. of Story’,s L. U. S. 2524.

    “Every man to his family and his belongings”