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Central Banking Warfare Leaves Villagers in Dire Desperation

Central Banker Warfare Model, with historical examples from Rome, Spain, France, Portugal, and England, we can project the potential trajectory of the US debt-based warfare model into the immediate future:

Timeline: Precious Metals Warfare Theory. Central Banker / U.S. Debt-Based Warfare Model

Rome - Ancient Times

  • The expansion of the Roman Empire was sustained by a continuous need for resources, resulting in a burdensome debt load.
  • As currency debasement and devaluation took hold, the Roman economy became increasingly fragile. 
  • Resource Scarcity always means robbing or invading others.
  • Rome's territorial expansion was supported by vast resources, including timber for metal smelting.
  • As critical timber reserves dwindled due to overexploitation, the Empire's ability to maintain its military and economic power eroded.

Spain - 16th Century

  • Spain's global dominance was maintained by extracting wealth from its colonies.
  • The financial demands of empire-building led to mounting debts and currency devaluation.
  • Spain's rise to a global power was funded by Juros, a paper war bond replacing the vaulted silver and gold (King and bankers cooked up this scheme, which started in 1204 with Venetian bankers and Parasitic Class)
  • Resource Scarcity always means robbing or invading others.
  • Spain's colonial conquests yielded immense wealth, but its mining operations could not sustain its (military and castle, cathedral, public works, and infrastructure projects in the mother country. The resource base failed to yield a return on investment.
  • Resource depletion and the expense of maintaining distant colonies contributed to Spain's decline.

France - Late 17th Century

  • France's rise to global power was marked by the issuance of Rentes, a paper war bond replacing the vaulted silver and gold…a form of government debt.
  • The overreliance on debt led to fiscal instability, contributing to the French Revolution.
  • Resource Scarcity always means robbing or invading others.
  • France's extensive warfare and colonial ambitions required vast resources, including timber for shipbuilding and warfare. Spain had already depleted the majority of mines. France would have been better off trying to seize Spain's gold and silver but pursued the immoral and illegal looting of colonies instead of peacefully living within their own means. (Holds valid with all regimes listed in this article.)
  • The depletion of these resources added to fiscal instability and weakened the French Empire.

Portugal - Lasted Almost 5 Centuries, 2nd only to Rome

It spread from South America to Africa, India, and South East Asia. It began with the Portuguese exploration of the World during the 15th Century, and it lasted longer than all the other modern European empires. It lasted almost five centuries. This is longer than the Spanish, British, and French Empires.

  • Portugal's colonial ventures resulted in unsustainable debts and financial instability.
  • The eventual decline of the Portuguese Empire was accelerated by its indebtedness.
  • Resource Scarcity always means robbing or invading others.
  • Portugal, by the 18th Century, lost momentum.
  • Portugal's colonial reach depended on resource-rich territories, and exploiting these resources yielded little cost for their war adventures. I will call this "The Master-Slave Return on Investment" or "Karma Backfiring Syndrome." Or, as Logan Roy of Succession might say, "Portugal; Fuck Off Effect."
  • As Portugal's resource base diminished, so did its imperial might.

England - 18th Century

  • The British Empire's military conquests were financed through war bonds.
  • While successful in the short term, the cost of servicing debt-burdened the economy.
  • Resource Scarcity always means robbing or invading others
  • The British Empire's industrial revolution was fueled by coal, a resource that became scarce.
  • The depletion of coal resources strained the Empire's energy needs and contributed to economic challenges.

2000s - The United States

  • The United States adopted a debt-based model facilitated by the Federal Reserve and central banks.
  • Central banks became the primary funding source for military conflicts, fostering global influence and control.
  • Keep in mind that acts of war are unilateral acts by the Parasitic class. If the Villagers were to vote for any of these wars, they would consistently be voted down, which is culturally universal since Athens vs Sparta.
  • The US has been involved in over 421 Wars, not counting covert operations.
  • The US has had 57 undeclared wars since WW2.
  • The endless expansion of debt and the debt-based system led to a precarious global financial environment.
  • Resource Scarcity always means robbing or invading others.
  • The US debt-based model, fueled by central banks, facilitates global military influence.
  • The ongoing depletion of critical resources and energy sources weakens the US, the World's largest energy consumer.

2020s - Current State

  • The World is grappling with escalating global conflicts, rapid depletion of liquidity, and a system where the Northern Hemisphere continues to RAPE THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE (except for New Zealand, Australia, South Africa, and a few pockets elsewhere)
  • The US debt-based model accumulates significant debt levels, contributing to financial fragility.

Immediate Future - Projected Decline

  • The Central Banker Warfare Model continues to shape global affairs, with warfare intertwined with economic and political agendas.
  • The US debt-based model faces mounting challenges as debt spirals to unprecedented levels.
  • The system's insatiable appetite for debt remains unsustainable.
  • The only remedy is to create a war-based economy and war-based monetary policy.
  • Central Bankers are foaming at the mouth, and their lust for blood and resources reaches the point where they must dig deep to find any provocation for more wars because the villagers have no say. 
  • They've lost their democracy to an Authoritarian and Rogue state that has scrubbed the entire Earth and now must have a billionaire-based space race to find resources because it becomes like the Depeche Mode lyric, "The grabbing hands, grab all they can, all for themselves..."
  • The Rogue state has depleted most critical energy and resources, and the villagers begin seeing that the Kleptocracy is counter to their survival as the unending wars leave the villagers within a state where the paper currency can not meet the needs of housing, food, medicine, etc.
  • The Parasitic class doubles down, even funding both sides of any war, pushing the economy closer to a breaking point.

Beyond - Central Banker's Solution

  • Central banks, desperate to cling to their positions, propose insane solutions to the looming financial collapse, safeguarding their interests.
  • After QE, money printing, raising rates, and yield curve control all make things worse...
  • They will roll out a Central Bank Digital Currency as a final solution for more control, furthering the wealth divide.
  • The public faces the challenge of navigating an economic landscape shaped by the legacy of a debt-driven state of war profiteering.
  • Civil unrest will rise to levels unseen while the Parasitic class stays locked behind gated communities.
  • Civil unrest includes blaming incidents on immigration, leading to more racism.
  • Conventional media will amplify false narratives and blame hyperinflation on any excuse other than the Central Banking Warfare Model.
  • Cultural wars will reach all-time highs.

This projection combines historical lessons from previous empires and financial models with the Central Banker Warfare Model to suggest that the US debt-based system will reach an inglorious collapse echoing the patterns of the past. It highlights the role of debt, conflict, and central banking in shaping the trajectory of global economies, including the United States.

The great teachers with sayings like "The First will be last and last will be first" as history always moves in cycles like

-Problem (Parasitic Class evil)

-Solution (Resist Parasitic Class)

-Outcome (reshuffling of power)

How Gold Fixes this:

Ancient Greece: Athenian Owl (5th Century BC)

  • The Athenian Owl was among the earliest standardized coins, featuring an owl on one side and the goddess Athena on the other. It was used during the Peloponnesian War and represented the dominance of Athens in the ancient world.

Roman Era: Denarius (2nd Century BC - 3rd Century AD)

  • The Roman Denarius was the primary silver coin used in the Roman Republic and Empire. Its debasement, where the silver content was reduced, contributed to the economic instability during the Roman Empire's decline.

Spanish Escudo and Pieces of Eight (16th - 18th Century)

  • The Spanish Empire established the dominance of the Escudo and Pieces of Eight, widely used for international trade. The issuance of JUROS infected the citizens with inflation, and they could not keep up with the influx of precious metals from the New World (because it went to the King and the military instead of letting the people in the colonies peacefully exist. Spain says, "Fuck you, pay your taxes. It was fucking expensive conquering you villagers."

Portuguese Real (16th - 18th Century)

  • Portugal's dominance in trade led to the circulation of the Portuguese Real. As Portugal's power waned, its currency lost prominence.

Dutch Guilder (17th - 18th Century)

  • The Dutch Republic's economic success was reflected in the Dutch Guilder. It was used extensively for trade, particularly during the Dutch Golden Age.

British Pound Sterling (18th - 20th Century)

  • The British Pound became a global reserve currency during the British Empire's height, facilitating international trade. However, the pound's dominance declined after World War I, plus the above problems, lust for wars, and coal depleted.

US Dollar (20th Century - Present)

  • The US Dollar became the world's primary reserve currency, especially after World War II. Foreigners are selling their US Treasuries at a record clip. Central Banks are on a Gold Buying Frenzy. BRICS (gold for oil) is poised to dethrone the dollar.

Throughout history, dominant currencies have faced various challenges, leading to their eventual collapse or loss of prominence. These challenges include over-issuance, debasement, political instability, and changing economic dynamics. In these times of transition, gold always steps up a store of value and a standard for accounting.

Gold has historically been a reliable asset to maintain the stability of financial systems during these transitions. When dominant currencies falter, individuals and nations often turn to gold to protect their wealth. As a finite and universally accepted form of wealth, gold has served as a safe haven and a foundation for economic resets.

In summary, the history of dominant currencies is marked by their rise and eventual decline due to various economic and geopolitical factors. Gold, with its enduring value, has consistently stepped in to play a crucial role in these currency resets, providing stability and continuity during times of financial upheaval.

Paper loses, and Gold wins.

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