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Friday, February 18, 2011

Confiscation of Gold and Silver: Quantum Change and New World Currency?

     I have believed for quite some time that a "new economic  world order" will eventually  be framed and put into effect, but as that event moves closer, silent preparations to effect that quantum change are essentially unknown by the average person in North America.
     We know that unhindered manufacturing outsourcing is taking place, free trade zones are  established with the North American trade agreements and EU economic zones already functioning,  but overall,  as far as Global economics is concerned, the average person has been left in the dark.  Is a one-world economy being planned?  

      Such a quantum shift in global economic process would involve eventually removing borders entirely or simply making them meaningless, combining jurisdictions one after the other, correlating political ideology by merging and  aligning laws, regulations, and economic policies, building ever-increasing "free trade" zones, and establishing global economics policies --and  logically, a means of exchange in the form of a New World currency would be created.

     Now, perhaps we have another indication that a one-world order is on the way.....
The website BeforeIt'sNews brought to our attention a RED ALERT email between highly respected metal experts,  Roger Wiegand ( http://webeatthestreet.com/)   and David Morgan (Silver-Investor)  which suggests confiscation of gold and silver by the US Government, an action that could potentially occur this year.  
Gold is expected to top $2,000.00 per ounce in 2011.  Why is that significant?    
Note:   Readers of Incoming BYTES are encouraged to draw their own conclusions as they  read the "BeforeIt'sNEWS" article links including this email which is quoted verbatim:


Editor: There is a plan to use the IMF (AKA US Treasury and Wall Street) to be the front man for the new world order and one currency. We also got disturbing news yesterday from an impeccable source that when gold touches $2,000 it’s confiscated in the USA for about $200. Then it’s to be reissued by the Treasury for $10,000 per ounce to back the new IMF world currency using SDRS in 2011.  Large physical gold is being moved to Canada.  http://money.cnn.com/2011/02/10/markets/dollar/index.htm   (1)
      It seems  to me that interesting bit of information  might explain more than one phenomenon that is occurring.  Think about it:    Who needs  borders with one global economy? Who needs security zones,  inspection fees,  and manufactured distractions?  Who cares whether the US/Cdn exchange rate is high or low?   Does any of it really matter if everything has already been planned without our knowledge?  
     Are our politicians already fully-versed on all of these plans?  Why the secrecy and silence?   Have  "gun registries" evolved to ensure unarmed populations are compliant  without recourse of any kind?  
Many questions should rightfully be asked.  Has our democracy already been commandeered? 

Can such earth-shattering events happen this year?  Perhaps a quantum change in world economics, power,  politics and civic rule  is MUCH closer than we think.... 
It is little wonder that ALL  U.S. ambassadors were all recently recalled simultaneously  to meet with Hillary Clinton ( 2 ),  --a move unprecedented in history.  The  recent  US-Canada "security" agreement has  also been negotiated and signed under confidentiality and convenient  wraps. 
  We ask the pointed question:   What IS going on?

(1)   http://sherriequestioningall.blogspot.com/2011/02/exclusive-red-alert-email-between-metal.html#comment-form
(2)  huffingtonpost.com, "Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is convening an unprecedented mass meeting of U.S. ambassadors."


  1. while we were scrutinizing our pennies for any sign of further loss, the big boys behind the curtain were playing with whole dollars...

    although it would be less expensive to have a worldwide dollar ratio rather than volatile exchange rates, it could prove difficult to convince patriots to give up the national monies which symbolize financial sovereignty.

    as for frontiers, imagine the savings in border patrol salaries and equipment expenditures. all that technology could go toward making people healthier and friendlier instead. of course--that would take a lot of serious planning...should a governor's or an ambassador's meeting be convened?

  2. I think there would be potential savings, but with the loss of individual sovereignty and cultural pride, would that also negate the potential to make people healthier and friendlier? New barriers would be contemplated and erected, if invisible. Classes of society? More than likely those savings would be squandered in some newly-created diversionary cloud of deception, so they must call an ambassador's meeting immediately to set that up properly...in fact probably have done so. ": )

  3. i had forgotten the tribal factor--in the absence of one's own gods, the tribe shall perish..
    that is what every societal vacuum represents--change creates a sucking hole behind itself and people fill the void with whatever happens to be immediately available..

    only the local authorities who live and breathe locally can and should effectively govern or represent the area/peoples. i still think that if money were standardized to one world unit and measures as well..trade would be effectuated more efficiently.

  4. Nadine, you're right, it would be more effective, but look at the exchange industry, the financial middlemen,currency exchanges, brokers, Forex speculators, which is a huge, parasitic vacuum that siphons a high percentage of the true domestic product of the world.
    What would they all do, but create some other incredibly inconvenient, expensive system to take it's place, --as per your "change creates a sucking hole behind itself and people fill the void with whatever happens to be available..." theory, which, incidentally, is correct....
    The small, ineffective tribe shall perish without it's gods, but would the "new unified, efficient, global-then universal collective TRIBE establish new gods? Clearly "governance" would be ever farther away-colder and less relative to local people and economic systems...

  5. answering the sad estimate of what mayhem would be created by converting to an easy to use global money system...again i had not considered what would replace all the unemployed financial wizards .
    as for the unified-efficient universal collective--i have no delusion--i have always thought that small-local- geographically appropriate and socially relevant was the parameter by which mankind operates best.
    leaders must be attached by spiritual need to the area they seek to be elected in...tribe means group, not uncontrollable or unreasonable mass.
    the currency of exchange of goods need not be more than a trade/barter inanimate object...be it dollar or rial-yen or euro. it would occupy a lot of economics geniuses for a long time to first convert all the commonly used monies.

  6. How true re. "leaders must be attached by spiritual need to the area they seek to be elected in" , it seems the more alienated and distant they are, the less appropriate their decisions ARE, we see that phenomenon every day in our existing political systems.
    I think the conversion to "whatever" "universal exchange unit coinage" would be a slow, tedious process delayed to allow the parasitic middlemen and speculators time to devise crookery to worm their way into the inner workings of the conversions for a large cut...
    The only way that could be eliminated is with standard, fixed conversion rates PRE-determined and agreed by Nations, but an "unknown" and instant conversion date with no advance warning out in the industry itself, the conversion date announcement made instantly, but effectively BACK-dated a few days or so --to avoid speculation and the attack of creative exchange-persons.

  7. the no advance warning would prevent insider trading and in-fighting at the feds or banking institutions all around the world.
    that is one instance where i agree with lack of transparency..
    standard value sounds good--throwing the money changers out of the financial temples does not look easy.

  8. There are solutions available, clearly--but it would be one of the quantum changes very much resisted by the existing power structure. The "financial temples " is the right description.

  9. Nadine.. are you so naive to believe that the powers that be would use all of this saved revenue would be diverted for the public good, ie. "health and wellness"? These people don't give two shits whether you live or die. You sound like the kind of naive compliant they are betting on.

  10. @ Anonymous, you are right; it is seldom that the rich who hold the power behind big money HONESTLY care much about the public good. It seems they are too busy 'ever garnering more wealth' any way possible and from any source possible, including the poorest of the poor.


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