I'll bet that this one didn't get much air time, if any, on SeeBS, CNoNews, Faux News or any of the other lamestream media, and it's yet another sign of geopolitical and economic realignment underway:

China to the rescue of Argentina with a 10 billion dollars equivalent swap

This is one that requires a lot of reading between the lines, and I'm probably not any closer to the tea leaves on this one than anyone else, except on one very important thing: Argentina, like the other South American countries, has been persistenly and consistently under the economic and geopolitical thumb of big brother to the north for a long time. Indeed, the USA and its financial oligarchs have been treating South America as a kind of second class collection of "states" or colonies for some time, and particularly since the end of World War Two. The emergence of the BRICSA nations, and Brazil's central role in it, has begun the decoupling process, a process that will go on for a long time.

So that brings us to the other great South American power, Argentina, and to President Cristina Fernandez, and to this article. I suspect that the tea leaves one needs to read are most prominent in the first and last paragraphs:

"According to Buenos Aires financial media the issue was addressed and advanced last Friday when President Cristina Fernandez met visiting Vice-president Li Yuanchao and later in the Senate when the Chinese official held talks with Vice president Amador Boudou and the number two man in the Central bank, Miguel Pesce who participated in the 2009 swap agreement negotiation."


"The main instrument is the tax amnesty or whitewashing bill under consideration in Congress which would enable Argentines to exchange their undeclared assets and dollars for equivalent government promissory notes and/or bonds, which can be invested in the real estate and construction industry or in oil and gas development. No tax or costs for surfacing and the bonds will yield 4% annually.

"Those dollars would yes automatically help to increase the Central bank’s reserves."

Let's take the last first: when Argentina's troubled peso began to collapse, one of the things that emerged ion the situation was local currencies, and barter. Argentines simply stopped supporting their government, which by then was a self-evident plaything of the IMF and World Bank, which are in turn self-evident playthings of the Anglo-American financial oligarchs, and we all know what a humane and decent-hearted group of people they are. Argentina's once-prosperous farming and ranching sectors were gutted by numerous junta governments, anxious to appease the big argibusiness giants - what I have called Duponzanto and Mon(ster)santo - of the USA. (See co-author Scott D de Hart's and my book Transhumanism: A Grimoire of Alchemical Agendas). 

So what it appears, reading between the lines of this article a bit, is that China is allowing - though it isn't calling it that - direct trade between Argentina and China, to be denominated in yuan and payable in it. In other words, it appears that there is another bi-lateral currency and trade agreement in the making between the People's Republic and Argentina. They're not calling it that for now to avoid complications with Big Brother to the North. But its another significant step of a major South American power away from the Western elites and their system. In return, look at what else is happening: Argentina is increasing its dollar reserves (meaning, China is dumping some dollars).

But to me, the really interesting thing is in that first opening paragraph, and who China selected to go to Buenos Aires:

"According to Buenos Aires financial media the issue was addressed and advanced last Friday when President Cristina Fernandez met visiting Vice-president Li Yuanchao and later in the Senate when the Chinese official held talks with Vice president Amador Boudou and the number two man in the Central bank, Miguel Pesce who participated in the 2009 swap agreement negotiation."

That's right, a member of the enormously powerful Li clan in China, a clan with a long association in Chinese government and finance, going backma very long time. One need only think of the fabulously wealthy Li's of Hong Kong, or of Dr. David Li, whose Gaussian copula formula gave us all those wonderful credit default swaps and quadrillions of dollars worth of derivatives, whose formula boiled everything down to a nice, neat, easily understandable, scalar quantity while he was working in Canada...

....just before he went back to China to take up a new position in the Chinese government assessing risk. (For that part of the story, see the preface to my Babylon's Banksters.)

Still think the Rottenchilds and Rockefailures are the omnicompetent all-seeing all-powerful all-knowing banksters because of their supercomputers and gamed-out scenarios? Well, think again. The Li clan was around when Chinese emperors and bureaucrats invented paper money (long before we in the west even understood the concept), and were adepts at manipulations of inflation and deflation before the West even knew the terms.

And Argentina? Well, bonds at 4%, if they can persuade the population to surrender hidden assets, would seem to be a bit better than the terms they've had from other sources.

Don't underestimate the Chinese. Americans, at best, think in decades. Europeans in centuries. But the Chinese think in terms of millennia. They know that to be a world power, they must conduct world trade, and they've taken a lesson from the IMF and World Bank, and are simply offering better terms. The real crunch will come, as it inevitably does, when expanding trading empires always take the next step to protect their commerce and trade, and request "forward bases."

Somehow, I don't think offers of selling drones to President Fernandez are going to go very far, or play very well with Argentines generally.

...See you on the flip side.

Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. henry on May 29, 2013 at 3:03 am

    Sorry, my bad, my reply was not meant to be at marcos toledo, but as a general reply to this article

  2. DownunderET on May 18, 2013 at 3:53 pm

    Firstly the Amerikan lame stream media was way too busy covering AP, IRS and Benkazi. It’s not every day the juno’s get to trash the white house three times all in one week.

    The Chinese have been playing the geopolitical game for a very long time too, and quietly moving the king and queen on ZB grand chessboard. South American is ripe for the picking, and the Beijing bankers have checkmated the Anglo-Amerikan oligarchs in at least 5 to 6 countries to date.

    So who’s next on their list, I think some of the other south Amerikan countries may “join up” soon, and the IMF and the World Bank will see their client list diminish. I wonder when the IMF and the World bank are going to start “laying off” the expert financial staffers?

  3. marcos toledo on May 18, 2013 at 11:53 am

    China has been in business for millennias either as a united state or like Europe today. They have seen their rivals come and go and they still here now if they can keep the Yahwehist Barbarians from destroying the world they will have a chance to greatly influence the world hopefully for good for once.

    • henry on May 29, 2013 at 3:00 am

      @”The Li clan was around when Chinese emperors and bureaucrats invented paper money”

      “But to me, the really interesting thing is in that first opening paragraph, and who China selected to go to Buenos Aires:…
      That’s right, a member of the enormously powerful Li clan in China, a clan with a long association in Chinese government and finance, going backma very long time. One need only think of the fabulously wealthy Li’s of Hong Kong, or of Dr. David Li”

      Dr. Farrell’s attention to details is amazing, and how he connect the dots greatly helped my own quest of “truth seeking”. The attention to the Li clan is interesting one and has slipped my radar completely.

      I always knew that the Li clan trace their ancestry to Lao tzu, the founder of Taoism. The clan’s association with Taoism was so strong that when they became the rulers of China during the Tang dynasty, every members of the imperial household of Tang were to carry Taoist talisman, and on top of that they built the largest Taoist temple in China which they referred it as “ancestral temple”, in certain religious sense, one can even claim the Tang rulers were “lay disciples of Taoism”.

      So, i did little more digging on the Li clan and found out some interesting information about them.

      According to their own legend, the history of their clan can trace all the way back to the legendary character Fuxi, and they believe it was Fuxi who granted them the land to thrive.
      This becomes an intriguing piece when consider the fact that in Taoism Fuxi is regarded as the “creator god”.

      This folklore of their clan’s history rather corroborates an interesting archaeological and historical fact, that the oldest evidences for “Taoism”, and for that matter even the creation of “I Ching”, were found in early “neolithic sites” which were essentially “shamanistic cultures”, and the typical ancient Chinese rendering of their “creator god and goddess”, i.e, the half-human and half serpent beings Fuxi and Nuwa can also trace their cultural roots to ancient shamanism of that period.
      But it was during later time, a notable man from the Li clan, Lao tzu (his real name was Li er, who was the person in charge of the “royal library” under the Zhou dynasty), based himself on ancient traditions he “founded” Taoism as an “organized religion”, but the roots of “Taoism” can actually be traced back to ancient shamanism.

      In other words, “Taoism” can be viewed as “the tradition of Fuxi”, and that ancient tradition was greatly propagated by the Li clan since it was Li er/Lao Tzu who “founded” Taoism. So, in a certain cultural sense, the folklore of the Li clan’s relationship with “Fuxi” can be seen as “true”.

      @Some Rothschilds move east millennia ago and become the Lis?

      Nope, Taoists don’t worship “Satan”.

  4. Robert Barricklow on May 18, 2013 at 9:28 am

    There are a few “traditional” long-games being played-out. If on were to go out, onto a proverbial limb; one could even strecth it out back to …”beyond belief”. By that I mean: Is, or has there been some “ancient” history that has given more than “the leg-up” to certain group(s). Is there, or has there been, a written(or some other form of communication(that has been “templated” to puppet masters(in return for God-like powers?)? The irony would be delicious. The puppet masters, puppets of the ancient’s template, being played-out in a present, where NOW is just too passe; too, well, …ancient(in terms of computer alogrithms, that are front-running the finances of the world at large).

  5. Frankie Calcutta on May 18, 2013 at 8:58 am

    I guess the question would be: where do the Li’s derive their power from or believe they derive their power from? Let’s hope it does not involve gory rituals using young children.

    Maybe this scenario:

    Some Lis move west millennia ago and become the Rothschilds?

    Some Rothschilds move east millennia ago and become the Lis?

    Somebody else spreads east and west and becomes both?

    These Chinese agreements usually come with one other stipulation: that the Chinese are allowed to erect giant cities within the borders of the new trading partner which must be kept quiet and vacant of non-Han people. These vacant cities are a mystery to all except the far thinking Chinese.

    • DaphneO on May 18, 2013 at 4:10 pm

      That’s worst case scenario, but also feasible.

      Over millennia surely the elite would have found their way into power in every country.

      Another agreement, at least in Australia, is to buy up energy sources. They already own Victoria’s and I’ll bet they were the ones trying to buy the Snowy Mountain scheme a few years ago,

      And the largest station in the NT is now theirs, along with the right to the most water in the territory.

      Plus farming land all over Australia.

      I don’t see how Australia benefits from this.

      • legioXIV on May 20, 2013 at 2:30 pm

        G’day Daphne,

        “I don’t see how Australia benefits from this.”

        Basically we don’t but I could name you some Australians who do. The likes of Gillard and the “mad monk” Abbott and the rest of the organised crime syndicate in Canberra.

        • DaphneO on May 20, 2013 at 2:56 pm

          The question I have is why we were “allowed” to trade directly with China now.
          I just can’t believe that Gillard went against the US’s wishes.

          Also, I’m not even sure how Gillard and Abbott win… Any ideas here?

          • legioXIV on May 20, 2013 at 3:54 pm

            I don’t think that it is a question of being allowed to. Australia is in a funny position being not of Asia but also being in Asia. Economically we are allied to China, they are our biggest trading partners. Militarily we are allied to the US. The US recognises this and really can’t do much about it unless they are going to turn themselves into our biggest trading partners, which I don’t think that they have the capacity to do.

            As to how Abbott and Gillard benefit, why it’s simple: Kickbacks. Paul Keating is rumoured to have one of the biggest Private art collections in the country from nefarious deals he did as PM. Little Johnny is rumoured to have taken an almighty bribe to ignore intelligence on the true nature of Iraq’s WMDs and links to Al Qaeda to get us involved in the “coalition of the willing dupes”.

            No doubt Gillard will benefit in such ways as will Abbott when that monumental buffoon becomes PM later this year. Remember that they don’t give a rats posterior to the interests of the country and its people, they are only in it for themselves.

          • DaphneO on May 20, 2013 at 4:32 pm

            Thanks. And yes, I understand what you say.

            And… I have no time at all for our Lib/Labs, pretty much from the top down.
            Voting is a charade as I see it.

            And we are also “vassals” of the Queen in the UK. We are a colony of theirs, probably first and foremost.

            I understand that people who have studied these things believe the US is also still under the control of the Queen.

            Perhaps ultimately they have the say, and all they care about is their power / pockets.. They might be a bit worried right now about how their far flung empire is doing too.

          • legioXIV on May 20, 2013 at 5:07 pm

            No worries Daphne,

            I agree that the libs/lab are predominately scum that aren’t worth the time to think about and that the elections are nothing more than elaborate charade to give the people the illusion of democracy. The system is irreparably broken.

            You hit the nail on the head as to our existence as vassals of the Queen. When I joined the Australian Army I and all other soldiers swore a personal oath of allegiance to the Queen and “her heirs and successors”. No mention was made of the Australian people and/or the constitution. Kind of lets us know where we fit in the great scheme of things doesn’t it?

          • DaphneO on May 20, 2013 at 5:25 pm

            Wow. I didn’t know that! And yes, that confirms my worst suspicions…
            Nothing at all about the citizens of Australia!
            Thank you! (I think…) 🙂

          • legioXIV on May 20, 2013 at 5:36 pm

            Here is the oath of enlistment in all its glory:

            “I, (name) swear that I will well and truly serve Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second, Her Heirs and Successors according to law, as a member of the Australian Army for the period of (number of years) , and any extensions of that period,and that I will resist her enemies and faithfully discharge my duty according to law.
            SO HELP ME GOD! “

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