The term “free markets” is poorly defined and heavily abused. The paradox of free markets is that they spontaneously give rise to monopolies and would do so even without political corruption. It’s a system dynamic of large numbers of people seeking the best deals. Businesses which stumble onto better widgets attract more customers giving rise to economies of scale giving rise to cheaper production, R&D, advertising, more customers etc. Ultimately giving rise to political bribery and the laws needed to create immortal psychopathic AI entities called corporations. If we eliminated corporate immortality and blanket executive immunity for criminal behavior it would go a long way to reclaiming some semblance of the original meaning of “free market”. My guess is that widespread grassroots economic freedom will be essential to surviving the coming disaster.
For many years I have examined how wars of all types have been used by the money elite to distract the masses and maintain a certain level of influence over social and political systems. But war is not only a useful tool for keeping the status quo. Some wars, particularly world wars, are often catalyzed and exploited by those with a globalist agenda as a way to change the way civilizations function and think. The goal? To influence the masses to abandon their attachments to concepts like individualism, nationalism, free markets and sovereignty, and to embrace collectivism and total centralization.
That is to say, the ideals that globalists hate get blamed for the wars they help start, then they introduce their centralized systems as a “solution” to the problems they created. The trade war situation will be no different.
The public enthusiasm for the trade war is an artificially induced fervor, perpetuated by elites within the Trump Administration cabinet, including Rothschild banking agent Wilber Ross, Council On Foreign Relations member Robert E. Lighthizer, Goldman Sachs member Steve Mnuchin, and Bilderberg attendee Mike Pompeo. It showcases a clear desire to escalate global tensions. But why?
Whether or not you agree with the rationalizations behind the trade war, the point is, the only people who will ultimately benefit from it are those striving for globalization.
To institute centralization on a global scale, the elites need an all-encompassing crisis that can be blamed on nationalism, protectionism, and the free market dynamic. They need a threat that will affect and terrify billions of people into demanding intervention by international organizations such as the IMF and the BIS, as well as a rationale to introduce monetary umbrella actions such as the induction of the SDR (Special Drawing Rights) basket system as a replacement for the U.S. dollar as the world reserve currency. They need something very similar to a world war. In this case, however, it will be more economic than kinetic.
An economic world war has the distinct potential to cause all the elements of a collapse situation without the severe damage to vital infrastructure that inevitably comes with a shooting war. Because of the advantages the strategy provides for globalists, I predicted this exact outcome would develop out of the trade war in my article ‘World War III Will Be An Economic War’, published in April 2018. Here are the trade war developments so far that support this theory…