The big reset of the system
Written by Tom Lassing
We know very little about it, we hear from the authorities even less about it. Yet it is inevitable that the economic, monetary and maybe even the organizational reset will become very realistic.
Unavoidable, because the amount of debt (governments) has become far to big!
You can wait as authorities till it reaches that point and will be ultimately unsustainable. The disadvantage is that you are not sure that you will stay in control of power. What advantage would it bring if America and Europe in fact become ungovernable by chaos and the world economic would be put back dozens, if not hundreds of years? Nobody will be a winner.
Rather, as a ruler you would intervene before it reaches that point. With this stately you stay in control as much as possible and you could defense your power the best way. My vision is that people with (banking) world power, the IMF, the World Bank, the ECB and the BIS case deliberately go for a global reset, before country by country we are forced by the market to do so. But how?
Christine Lagarde is very clear about it. She wants first a fiscal cleanup and a legal record of the power of the financial sector. In other words, one must recognize the power of the bankers worldwide. In addition, governments need to get the (budget) leak to the surface and should both, the banks and governments find a balance that makes survival possible .
When that’s done, you can take the next step and that is the big reset where you actually have to let go of the old currency and create a new (world) one. A currency that you have to exchange and will loose tremendously on return. For example, you give ten coins and get one in return.
In cash and savings, your ability goes down 90%. This is necessary to pay off the debts! Debts Cash money is money that is left.
The authorities need to have full economic control before they can take that step. Therefor, this step can only be taken after the current actions are completed and discipline will be back.
Christine also admits that the current monetary system curtailed the economy. The reason is interest , but she did not say that with so many words. It could be possible that the bankers will let go on interest in the future, if they will be compensated by more power.
The IMF has already gone into preparing Iran in 2013 . Their economy was separated from that of the rest of the world. Their economy was also independent of banking power. They let go on that situation now and even Iran is under the thumb of the bankers. The country can’t save itself on his own.
How do I get this wisdom? Now, simple, Christine Lagarde has told all this herself in this interview…