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Ronnie. H.Rusli

The Financial War Game and World Domination

Ronnie Higuchi Rusli

Editorial Department

Pentagon in 2009, conduct financial experiment within its top-secret weapons laboratory outside of Washington D.C., the Pentagon conducted its first ever “financial war game” pitting the U.S. against its major economic competitors such as China and Russia. Along with Pentagon officials, this economic and financial war simulation of using financial instruments in a global game of chess such as hedge funds and also involved members of the intelligence community, Treasury Department, Federal Reserve, top financier from Wall Street, and various think tanks.

One of its planners and participants is Jim Rickards, author of the must-read book Currency Wars, tells listeners in an interview with Financial Sense New hour that the hypothetical simulation is actually playing out in real life…and not in a way that’s good for the U.S. or the international monetary system. A simulation coordinated with the Fed and ECB to bring down the targeted country like Russia or China following, spear head by hedge funds to short the currency to bring down the whole economy by draining the economy blood notably a financial institution

Freezing the tycoon asset and their bank account as a first instrumen of subjugating, follow by banning their executives visa to travel abroad in particular to the US, UK and EU countries as well as Canada. Thus paralized the company activity at once, the blood (money) suddently were made to freezed. Through interbanking financial webs, credits were made disappear, sujected to early payment and the company stock listed in the western capital marker were shorted by hedge funds

The simultaneous attack by the central bank in rachet up the rate, world bank gave bad economic outlook, and rating agencies lowering the valuation of country financial health are more less resembling an attack by coordinated of a group of killer whale, yanking a sea lion on the top of a chunk piece of ice, throwing her out and then tear its skin into pieces (dismembering the country as a whole)

As he also details in his book, one of the key strategies outlined at the time to counter this was for Russia and China to stockpile massive quantities of gold and then issue a new gold-backed currency to marginalize or even eliminate the U.S. dollar as the global reserve currency.

“Since 2009, Russia has increased its gold reserves by 65% from about 600 tonnes to over 1000 tonnes. China has increased its gold reserves by multiples—no one knows exactly how much because they keep it secret—but they’ve gone from about 1000 tonnes to my estimates are somewhere in the range of 3000-4000 tonnes—a 300-400% increase. So, they’re behaving exactly the way we hypothesized in 2009,” explains Rickards.

If Russia and China decide to issue a new gold-backed currency, what does this mean for the fate of the dollar?. On this point, the future isn’t so clear, but Rickards thinks it’ll actually be the collapse of the international monetary system in general, with the U.S. dollar leading the charge, whereby a new global currency is eventually created.

“Remember,” he explains, “all the central banks in EU, UK, the US, Japan and Canada are printing enormous amounts of money so the dollar won’t collapse in isolation. If the dollar goes, it’ll take all the paper currencies and the whole international monetary system with it. So, he do expect some sort of collapse of the international monetary system; and when he say that, it’s not meant to be a provocative statement.

The international monetary system actually has collapsed three times in the past 100 years: 1914, 1939, and 1971. So these things do happen from time to time and when they happen, it’s not the end of the world—it doesn’t mean we’re all living in caves eating can goods. What it means is that all the major economic powers get together and rewrite the rules of the game—they come up with a new system.”

So, is this all some sort of grand plan being conducted behind the scenes?. It appears the endgame Rickards envisions may just be an inevitable consequence of every nation reacting to one another in a predictable manner. Again, the financial war game conducted years back wasn’t part of a conspiracy—it was a simulation where each nation simply ‘gamed’ the financial landscape to their advantage until the system broke down and, as Rickards says, had to “rewrite the rules of the game” all over.

What exactly this means for investors and how long until this may happen is discussed further by Jim Rickards in his book

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