There is something strange about the North Korean situation in both the impact this small, backward country is having on the geopolitical scene right now as well as the role seemingly chiseled out for it as an important part of the puzzle in the assembling of the New World Order. Analyst and commentator Brandon Smith points out that: “North Korea has the potential to become a trigger point for multiple economic catastrophes”[i] and a “catalyst for international instability;”[ii] in the process serving the globalist cause very nicely. But who would want that and what end would it serve? Why the Global Elites, of course! It is no secret that the international banking cartel would like nothing better than a centralized global economy built upon a world currency and dominated by themselves. They’ve said as much on numerous occasions. And of course it is always the stubborn, nationalistic dictators that stand in the way. Examples: Libya, Syria, Iran, North Korea. Here’s Smith again from another article that came out in 2014. “In 1988, the financial magazine ‘The Economist’ published an article in which it outlined the framework for a global currency system called the ‘Phoenix’ (a hypothetical title), administered by the International Monetary Fund by the year 2018, which would erase all national economic sovereignty and require governments to borrow from the world central banking authority, rather than print, in order to finance their infrastructure programs. This would mean total control by the IMF.” [iii] [And it should be noted that ‘The Economist’ is intimately connected to Rothschild banking family, so would be ‘in the know.’] See, but in order to get from here to there the American dollar has to be replaced as the world currency. And the development of China as a major economic power has been part of the international banking establishment’s plan to “remove the dollar as the world reserve currency and replace it with a new global currency.” Brandon Smith believes it will be the International Monetary Fund’s Special Drawing Rights based on a basket of currencies. How to achieve that? Create or utilize a crisis to undermine US economic power.
Enter now North Korea with a pile of nukes and a crazy dictator. Will the US be drawn into a conflict? And there are economic dangers all over this. Brandon Smith: “War, contrary to popular belief, is not good for the economy. In fact, war is the perfect poison for economic trade and production. The US in particular is utterly dependent on the international use of the dollar as the world reserve currency. Without this status, the American economy is dead in the water. China is a central pillar in global trade and could, with the help of a few other nations, kill the dollar’s reserve status very quickly.”[iv] And now China’s sudden ‘coming ‘round’ on North Korea and supporting the American position is opening the door for potential American military action. And that is the danger because in the end, it is advancing the Globalist cause. And that might be the sign that a war is might be penciled in on the schedule.
[i] Brandon Smith, Will Globalists Use North Korea To Trigger Catastrophe?, Alt Market, April 3, 2013
[ii] Brandon Smith, What A War With North Korea Would Probably Look Like, Alt-Market, April 19, 2017
[iii] Brandon Smith, The Economic End Game Explained, November 12, 2014
[iv] Brandon Smith, What A War With North Korea Would Probably Look Like, Alt-Market, April 19, 2017