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SHUFFLING THE DECK CHAIRS ON THE TITANIC

Well, let's see, in the last week Reuters told us that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was definitely slated to become the new head of the IMF in the wake of the arrest of Dominique Strauss-Kahn for alleged rape, a story which Secretary Clinton's office quickly denounced in the clearest possible terms (something about a bunch of "crap", their word, not mine), and then CIA director Leon Panetta was moved from the CIA into the Secretary of Defense slot to replace outgoing Robert Gates (you remember him? he's the guy that sent that nasty message to Japan about not doing certain things like realigning with Asia because that would bring severe consequences, and then we had the earthquake and nuclear meltdowns?That Robert Gates), and Panetta's slot at the CIA being filled by General Patreias.

Gates, in his farewell speech to NATO, blasted America's allies for cutting their defense spending while America continues to bear the load of the imperialism of the elites that really run it (and can you really blame the Europeans?), and basically hinted that NATO is falling apart, in spite of the flowery rhetoric spewing from Ian Brzesinski's mouth as I blogged earlier in the week, and as was captured on RT TV. Then we also learned that in spite of Germany's refusal to become militarily involved in bombing Qaddafi from power for his blatant refusal to keep accepting worthless bankster dollars and euros for his oil and insisting on gold, that Germany would indeed "be involved" in any post-Qaddafi "restructuring" of Libya.

I smell China here, for China had and has heavy investments in Libya, and Germany is another large trading partner with China and probably the best "neutral party" to mediate between Asian interests in that country and the West. In other words, I do not read this so much as Washington pressuring Berlin, but rather, as Berlin and Beiking as pressuring Washington. I also viewed the shuffling of the deck chairs during all of this as indicators of more factional infighting, among the bankster elites of London and New York on the one hand, and the Europeans, led by France and Germany, on another. The banking moves following Qaddafi's abortive attempt to demand currency payments actually worth something, following China's sell-off of huge amounts of American debt, means that we're entering a new stage of the "war" going on behind the scenes. Watch post-Qaddafi Libya, and Germany and China, very closely, for in my opinion, they're holding some very high cards...

11 thoughts on “SHUFFLING THE DECK CHAIRS ON THE TITANIC”

  1. The U.K will be an interesting position to watch. They are caught between Europe and America (though the shift seems to be heading towards Europe).

    In my home of Australia we are going through some very odd changes that are related to these covert pressures.

    We are America’s ‘deputy’ and yet we feed the Chinese industrial machine with our coal, gas and enormous mineral resources (and the Japanese).

    Our former P.M is a mandarin speaker and was touted as the ‘big link’ between U.S/Sino relations.

    He got the boot for being all talk and no action (very similar in a lot of ways to Obama)-and gets caught out via wikileaks telling Hillary that if China doesn’t cooperate in regards to currency then go and ‘bomb the hell out of them’

    WTF?

    Now we have a left/minority seat ruling governement that is really right and an opposition that is going further right (a whole lot like the U.K at present)

    It won’t be too long before we become the resource/political alliance football. if we start having earthquakes then I will be very alert-even though we had monster cyclones and floods after severe droughts…….what is this world coming to?

    Maybe I should move to Germany-I love their cars………..

  2. As I no longer have a television nor read the papers, I have begun to check your site daily for what I consider “news.” Nice analysis. ‘Makes sense to me.

  3. Actually China just increased its US debt holdings–not clear still if China’s stake equals that of the Federal Reserve.

    Also, the head of the IMF is nearly always European; that’s not likely to change.

    It’s not so simple as to say Qaddafi wanted gold, he also wouldn’t play well with big foreign oil companies, which could be a similar thing. You see gold could have been provided, but Qaddafi would still have to play well with the oil companies.

  4. Timothy Robert

    Absolutely, the Germans are onto the facts here. This portends extremely fortuitous circumstances, if the momentum continues. Germans are far from stupid, in general – and I think many now realize how their nation was completely screwed over (or at least suckered into assuming an “offensive” position) in the two world wars – and by whom. (Mainly by Rothschilds, who always seem to resent their host nations. They are boorish guests.)

    That Germany shut down their reactors for fear of sabotage can no longer be in doubt. Read this, if you read German : http://info.kopp-verlag.de/hintergruende/geostrategie/ethan-a-huff/hat-es-in-japan-gar-kein-erdbeben-der-staerke-9-gegeben-neuer-bericht-behauptet-fukushima-wurde-.html
    The Deutschesphere is picking up steam….

    1. Hi Timothy,

      many thanks for your views- I agree totally-

      but the kopp-verlag article is a German translation of the original Ethan Huff report in English-

      according to Benjamin Fulford (if one gives him credibility- I still haven’t made up my own mind yet in this respect) the Japan-wanting-to-sell-Iran-enriched uranium story is just a cover story-

      Larry in Germany

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