By Brandon Smith

In many articles I have outlined the defining characteristics of globalists, including their psychological makeup, mindset, motives as well as the tactics they use to get what they want. To summarize these people and their agenda down into digestible sound bites is not an easy task, but to explain it as simply as possible, they are a cabal of organized narcissistic sociopaths (also known as narcopaths) with delusions of godhood. Imagine if organized crime syndicates like the Italian mob or Russian mob or the Mexican drug cartels had total control over the ability to print money from thin air — this is what the globalists represent.

The evidence of a globalist agenda to centralize all economies and governments into a single one world system is overwhelming. Their activities are hardly covert. They admit to their goals publicly often in their own institutional white papers, media publications and books. It was not always this way, of course.

In the past couple of decades, the globalists have become more brazen in flaunting their agenda, and, the existence of the internet has allowed vast levels of information sharing that exposes their activities. In decades past, to even suggest the reality of the globalists and their pursuit of a “new world order” earned people scorn as schizophrenic “conspiracy theorists.” Back then, nefarious organizations like the Bilderberg Group pretended as if they did not even exist, and a mainstream media blackout cast a dark shadow over any discussion on the matter.

Today, the media openly mentions political power players and their attendance at Bilderberg. Donald Trump’s Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, not to mention Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner, and their attendance of the Bilderberg meeting this year was widely reported in the media.

Some things have certainly changed. However, the argument that a globalists agenda exists and presents a destructive threat to the sovereignty of individuals and the stability of nations is still treated as a crazy notion by many people. But how can this be? If the mainstream media openly reports on globalist organizations and meetings, how can anyone in their right mind deny the existence of a globalist agenda?

The problem is that while the globalists have become more public in their ideology and organization, they remain extremely secretive in HOW they plan to achieve their goal of a single world economic system and a one world government. While data sharing has made it impossible for them to hide the face of their enterprises, the sedition behind these enterprises remains obscured in disinformation. We are meant to believe that yes, globalist institutions exist, and they admit to their ambitions, but there is no monolithic criminal conspiracy to achieve those ambitions?

The cognitive dissonance surrounding how globalists plan to get what they want is pervasive and disturbing. The pure idiocy of people who argue that the globalists are somehow ineffective, or a paper tiger, is astonishing. One has to wonder if they are paying attention to current events at all, because it seems obvious to me that the globalists are getting most things that they want already.

The disconnect, I think, is in how people understand strategy and psychology. In other words, they don’t understand these things at all. For example, the idea that globalists would deliberately use bad economic policies in order to gain social and political power seems to boggle people’s minds. The skeptics simply cannot fathom that global elitists would willingly sacrifice the existing system in part or in whole. They actually think that institutions like central banks are scrambling to “save” the existing system. This is simply not the case.

The primary weapon of globalists in the modern era of the past century has always been deliberately engineered economic disaster. As I examined in my recent article ‘The Next Stage Of The Engineered Global Economic Reset Has Arrived’, the tactic of “order out of chaos” and the Hegelian Dialectic model of “problem, reaction, solution” is the core of the globalist model. As political elitist Rahm Emanuel once stated — ‘You never want a serious crisis to go to waste. And what I mean by that it’s an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before…’

So, how is this model for social influence being implemented today? First let’s break down the control mechanism so that no one can deny it exists.

Economic dominance starts with the exploitation of central banks. But central banks are not the top of the globalist pyramid. Not even close. The delusion among skeptics is that certain central banks, like the Federal Reserve, are the pinnacle of the so-called “deep state,” but the reality is the “deep state” is nothing more than a front for a more global agenda. The Fed is a branch or franchise of this agenda, and everything it does is in accordance with the goal of globalization. The Fed is an errand boy, nothing more.

As noted by elitist insider and mentor to Bill Clinton, Carroll Quigley, in his book Tragedy and Hope:

“The powers of financial capitalism had another far-reaching aim, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole. This system was to be controlled in a feudalist fashion by the central banks of the world acting in concert, by secret agreements arrived at in frequent private meetings and conferences. The apex of the system was to be the Bank for International Settlements in Basel, Switzerland, a private bank owned and controlled by the world’s central banks which were themselves private corporations. Each central bank … sought to dominate its government by its ability to control Treasury loans, to manipulate foreign exchanges, to influence the level of economic activity in the country, and to influence cooperative politicians by subsequent economic rewards in the business world.”

The Fed and every other major central bank in the world enacts policy that is dictated by the Bank For International Settlements. This fact was reiterated in Harpers Magazine in an article titled ‘Ruling The World Of Money.’ The article explains that every central bank that is a member of the BIS gets its marching orders from the BIS. This means that Federal Reserve policy is BIS policy.

This explains the now obvious coordination of QE policies between prominent central banks that we might otherwise see as separate or competing entities, from the Fed, to the Bank of Japan, to the European Central Bank, to the People’s Bank of China, etc. East, West, it does not matter. The globalist control every major economy in the world through their central banks, which report to their masters at the BIS.

So, how then do central banks use bad economics to create opportunities for more centralization and the “new world order”? Let’s use the Federal Reserve and evidence of its controlled demolition of the U.S. economy as an example.

The Fed deliberately creates massive financial bubbles through artificially low interest rates. This policy is exactly what allowed the creation of the derivatives and credit bubble of 2008. And as Alan Greenspan at least partially admitted, these bubbles create crisis events:

“We missed the timing badly on September the 15th, 2008. All of us knew there was a bubble. But a bubble in and of itself doesn’t give you a crisis… It’s turning out to be bubbles with leverage.”

Here Greenspan lies and tells the truth at the same time. The Fed created the bubble andcreated toxic leverage through low interest rate incentives. Banks do not produce toxic debt instruments without access to cheap loans, and poor people who cannot afford a loan do not get loans unless interest rates are artificially lowered. The Fed knowingly created the petri dish where the disease of leverage could grow, they have done this many times before and they are doing it again today.

Richard Fisher, former head of the Dallas Federal Reserve, admitted a few years ago that the U.S. central bank has made its business the manipulation of the stock market to the upside. Meaning they knew full well they were creating another bubble:

“What the Fed did — and I was part of that group — is we front-loaded a tremendous market rally, starting in 2009. It’s sort of what I call the “reverse Whimpy factor” — give me two hamburgers today for one tomorrow. I’m not surprised that almost every index you can look at … was down significantly.”

Currently, corporate and consumer debt are again at historic highs not seen since 2007, just before the crash of the credit bubble. Corporate debt in particular has been directly influenced by the Fed, which until recently was feeding fiat capital into corporate coffers through overnight loans and other avenues. This capital has been the defining mechanism making corporate stock buybacks and the unprecedented bull market rally of the past several years possible. It is also the mechanism that kept housing markets elevated despite dwindling family buyers, and retail markets propped up despite disappearing individual savings.

Bottom line: The Fed knowingly creates financial bubbles and feeds these extreme debt levels. However, the situation is now changing, and the Fed has shifted to a policy of bubble implosion rather than bubble inflation.

Jerome Powell, before he became Fed chairman, was well aware that hiking interest rates into economic weakness and at the height of what we now call the “Everything Bubble” would cause a crash? He is quoted in the 2012 minutes of the Fed October meeting as saying so:

“My third concern — and others have touched on it as well — is the problems of exiting from a near $4 trillion balance sheet. We’ve got a set of principles from June 2011 and have done some work since then, but it just seems to me that we seem to be way too confident that exit can be managed smoothly. Markets can be much more dynamic than we appear to think.

When you turn and say to the market, “I’ve got $1.2 trillion of these things,” it’s not just $20 billion a month — it’s the sight of the whole thing coming. And I think there is a pretty good chance that you could have quite a dynamic response in the market.

I think we are actually at a point of encouraging risk-taking, and that should give us pause.

Investors really do understand now that we will be there to prevent serious losses. It is not that it is easy for them to make money but that they have every incentive to take more risk, and they are doing so. Meanwhile, we look like we are blowing a fixed-income duration bubble right across the credit spectrum that will result in big losses when rates come up down the road. You can almost say that that is our strategy.”

This means that Jerome Powell knew what the outcome would be when he started raising rates, and yet as soon as he became Fed chairman, he did it anyway. Why? Because the Fed takes its orders from the BIS and is acting in accordance with the globalist agenda. The Fed acts in the interest of globalism, not in the interest of the U.S. economy or even in the interest of protecting itself.

Finally, as noted, the Fed has done all of this before, starting the Great Depression and dragging it out far longer than it had to last. Ben Bernanke admitted to this openly in a speech in honor of Milton Friedman in 2002:

“In short, according to Friedman and Schwartz, because of institutional changes and misguided doctrines, the banking panics of the Great Contraction were much more severe and widespread than would have normally occurred during a downturn.

Let me end my talk by abusing slightly my status as an official representative of the Federal Reserve. I would like to say to Milton and Anna: Regarding the Great Depression. You’re right, we did it. We’re very sorry. But thanks to you, we won’t do it again.”

Except Bernanke lied, and they are doing it again. Central bankers and their globalist captains have admitted time and time again to creating economic bubbles and to deflating them, causing calamity and confusion. The current move to deflate the Everything Bubble makes perfect sense. The timing could not be more logical. With their pied piper Donald Trump in the White House posing as a conservative nationalist and taking full credit for stock markets and the economic bubble, the globalists have a willing scapegoat in place to take the fall for their next engineered disaster.

The trade war itself acts as a perfect smokescreen for what is about to happen, along with a potential regional war, which the Trump administration seems poised to provide with Iran.

The only way to understand why economic and geopolitical events develop the way they do is to accept the reality that a globalist conspiracy exists, their agenda is openly admitted, and they use financial disaster to pursue that agenda. Those who cannot wrap their heads around this fact will eventually find they understand nothing.