“Well, Doctor, what have we got—a Republic or a Monarchy?”With his CPAC speech President Donald Trump has begun to put to rest concerns, originally posited most notably at Philosophy of Metrics, that contrary to his populist posturing Trump's administration might mark a fundamental transition away from a strong US Dollar to the SDR-centric global monetary regime.
“A Republic, if you can keep it.” - Benjamin Franklin, at the Constitutional Convention
For those that don't know, the SDR is basically world-money, conjured out of thin air like every other national fiat currency today. Instead of being managed at the national level, its value is determined on a multi-lateral basis (read: "by globalists") at the IMF. It is backed by a certain percentage of other national currencies, such as the US Dollar, Chinese Yuan, Japanese Yen and British Pound. There is even speculation that the IMF might include a small percentage of gold in case of emergency just to lend stability to what could easily become a very unbalanced system of rapidly counterfeited digital world money backed by equally rapidly counterfeited national paper currencies. Not that you could actually trade in your SDR for gold. No, no, they'll just hang on to it for you. ; )
The implementation strategy for the globalists remains the standard one of waiting for (or perhaps creating) some major financial crisis. Then they will roll out the 'solution,' which is really just more of the same taken to the next level. It will be presented as the needed fix before the market crashes another 5000 points and you lose all your money in your 401k.
It was posited by Philosophy of Metrics that Trump might represent a reverse-psychology approach. As a candidate he would portray himself as every bit of the American ideal, but behind the exterior of "more jobs" and "Chinese currency manipulation" might lurk a ploy to transition from the dollar to the SDR with the excuse being that it is the only way to decrease our huge trade deficits. The "American sovereignty" candidate would be used by the globalists to inflict what would be perhaps the greatest blow to American sovereignty ever, the stand-down of the dollar and the rise of the multi-lateral SDR. And Trump's motive? He was just paying back the Rothchilds for the funds he needed to save his real estate empire when the Atlantic City casino market tanked in the early '90s.
After quickly expanding the reach of Resorts International to Atlantic City in the final years of the 1980’s, Donald Trump found himself in financial trouble as the real estate market in New York tanked. The three casinos in Atlantic City, like other Trump assets, were under threat from lenders. It was only with the assistance and assurance of Wilbur L. Ross Jr., senior managing director of Rothschild Inc. that Trump was allowed to keep the casinos and rebuild his threatened empire.Yes, that is the same Wilbur Ross who is Secretary of Commerce today in the Trump administration. Such a scheme sounds plausible, and anyone who ventures into politics is well-advised to watch his back, especially if he is just an American voter looking for an honest politician. No doubt the Rothchilds and similar-minded bankers are scheming a global currency, as a means to achieving their world government. The question remains whether Donald Trump is our most effective means to combat these globalists or whether he represents the best false-flag strategy yet conjured up by the enemies of American sovereignty and common decency. Philosophy of Metrics indicates a G-20 monetary conference called by Trump at Mar-A-Lago will be the tip off.
Alex Jones, famed champion of American sovereignty and anti-globalist, has taken the opposite view. He seems convinced Trump is the real deal with no ulterior motives. If anything, according to Jones, Trump is simply trying to get even with a system he doesn't like, but had to deal with in order to save his real estate empire. But now, we have the first words from the Donald himself indicating his anti-globalist bonafides.
Global cooperation - dealing with other countries, getting along with other countries - is good; it's very important. But there is no such thing as a global anthem, a global currency, or a global flag. This is the United States of America that I'm representing. I'm not representing the globe.If these are the words of a true American, they represent the most significant return to the Americana of the Founding Fathers in the last one-hundred years. If Trump can implement a nationalist movement, an America-first foreign policy coupled with a return to authentic capitalism at home, Trump will go down in the American pantheon with the likes of Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson. The most critical point: it will be up to us to keep the nationalism that Trump is re-establishing.
The strategy seems to be playing out. All the right people seem to oppose Donald Trump. CNN, Republicans and Democrats, Glenn Beck, Pope Francis, Hollywood socialites, European and Chinese politicians, George Soros, career bureaucrats in the CIA and other federal agencies, even Goldman Sachs gave all of their campaign donations to Hillary Clinton.
We must hold Trump accountable to his script. There is and there will be no such thing as a global currency. In fact, after we have lowered income taxes, eliminated unnecessary and unconstitutional federal programs and agencies, repealed Obamacare, and thereby returned the US economy to actual economic growth, we must go all the way. Just as Jefferson and Jackson did, we must abolish the Bank of the United States, or what is today called the Federal Reserve.
As we have long outlined here at Actual Anarchy, this final act of repealing our Central Bank is the key to exterminating the key source of leverage the globalists have against us. It makes sense that Trump wouldn't do this out of the box. The economy is too weak and his coalition untried. We must step up to the plate. We must run for Congress as Trumpians! We must start businesses, start families, get jobs! We must work harder to inform our fellow citizens! We must give aid and comfort to those who are doing these things.
This movement did not start with Donald Trump. This movement is not even about Donald Trump. But we must hold Trump accountable to his words, his pledge of American sovereignty. There is and there will be no such thing as a global currency.
And once it is clear that there remains enough Americans willing to take advantage of the door Trump is momentarily opening for us, that we are still strong enough to govern ourselves as a morally upright and productive people, we will shove the zombie of globalism into the coffin of history and nail it shut. End the Fed!