Reality Distorsions and Other End Time Perversions

Georgi Stankov, May 12, 2015

We now live in the perverted reality of the End Time “Wonderland Matrix”, where everything seems possible before all bubbles burst – when the Mother of All Change, the ID shift-MPR solution of All-That-Is arrives. Until then everything goes – and pure Insanity reigns the world. We all know how difficult it is to live in such a reality and to know that nothing is real, but a collective hallucination of billions of zombies whom we meet daily on the street, in stores and in offices, unfortunately very often in our extended families. And of course we all know that the only escape from this insanity is the flight to higher dimensions.

Knowing all this, does it make any sense to point out particular pathological expressions of this collective insanity? I must admit that I am not so sure. But on the other hand I see how many enlightened individuals are still partially or totally trapped in the cognitive maze of this paranoid-hyperinflated End Time illusion.

Common sense is in such a situation the only adequate anchor and only today I contemplated on this cogent issue one more time. Here, on the West Coast of Canada, where the Chinese invasion is not a myth but a dire reality and Richmond, a few km away from where I live, is already the new Chinese metropolis of B.C., it is more than natural to contemplate on the “Chinese phenomenon” in more depth.

Is it true that the Chinese economy has created a huge bubble, ghost cities and virtual investments that can burst any moment as the Western MSM claim and unfortunately many alternative sources as ZeroHedge also reiterate without any direct knowledge or evidence or is this just another wishful thinking of the western cabal and their paid presstitutes amidst the shambles of their crumbling Orion order?

We still remember vividly how the MSM in the West announced with great gusto the inevitable collapse of the Russian economy and its imminent default end of last year. The cabal rating agencies Moody and Standard & Poor did not hesitate to downgrade Russia to junk, although this country has the lowest national debt of 12% to GDP among all advanced countries and most developing countries and huge reserves in gold and foreign currencies.

Now several months later nobody talks anymore about the imminent collapse of the Russian economy, quite on the contrary, even such bullhorns of western propaganda as Bloomberg, Newsweek and other western outlets of the dark cabal had to admit grudgingly that it is probably more sound than ever before. While all Western ruling criminal cabal, such as Obama, Cameron, Merkel, Harper, Kerry etc. wanted to see Putin isolated – the Pariah, as they denigrated him, these same people are now making a pilgrimage to Russia to meet with Putin, as Kerry today in Sochi and Merkel and Steinmeier in Moscow and Volgograd end of last week. Others will follow soon. At the same timGulf leaders back out of Camp David summit in ‘snub’ to Obama.

Hence we have now an upside-down world: Everything that applies to the western state of affairs – economic depression, gargantuan debt, impending financial crash, democracy deficits, poverty, war-mongering, etc., etc. – is projected onto other countries and adversaries.

The western cabal are the worst of all losers, they always blame the others for their failures. Like a bad lover who blames the pubic hairs for not being able to get a boner. Then shave them, let us shave the dark cabal and expose their true nature. Hence, there is still a necessity for clarification and rectification of the facts and this is what this article below does with respect to China. Enjoy it!


China-Bashing Drivel: An East-vs-West Comparison

Jeff Nielson, May 11, 2015

Sprott Money News

What does it take to be successful as a “journalist” in the mainstream media? Two requirements. First, one must be capable of absolute tunnel-vision. Second, one must have the ability to never get distracted by the facts. We see these two principles continuously on display, in the pseudo-reporting by Western media on China’s economy.

The Chicken-Little, China-bashing by the Western media oligopoly began as a propaganda response to the Crash of ’08. Specifically, the bursting of Wall Street’s last mega-bubbles, and the $trillions in “bail-out” money which these criminals also extorted has fatally crippled the already-dying U.S. economy.

Since that point in time; it has been impossible to depict any genuine health in the U.S. economy. Instead, all we have gotten is totally concocted and utterly absurd statistics pretending to show lots of “new jobs” and “strong growth”, in what the peddlers of this fairy-tale portray as a Never-Ending Recovery.

What has been the actual result of six years of this pseudo-recovery, in the real world? Three million less jobs than when the recovery began, with millions of full-time jobs becoming part-time, and millions of good jobs turning into minimum-wage slavery.

The supposed six years of “economic growth”? The U.S. economy is smaller now than when the (mythical) recovery began, not larger – as reflected in the drop in all categories of energy consumption, especially gasoline consumption. Larger economies consume more energy; smaller economies consume less energy.

With any/all U.S. economic “strength” being nothing but smoke-and-mirrors propaganda; these serial liars have resorted to a Reverse Beauty Contest. With it being impossible to make the U.S. economy look “beautiful”; the Corporate media has resorted to attempting to make all the world’s other economies look more-ugly.

Naturally, at the top of this hit-list in attempting to denigrate the economies of the Rest of the World is the world’s most-robust (and soon largest) economy: China. The first-wave of this China-bashing was hysterical drivel about “China’s ghost cities”.

The mythology went like this. China’s economy had become “a bubble” (way back in 2009), because it had supposedly wasted vast sums of time/money/labour constructing “ghost cities”, which supposedly would never be needed. The reality? In this planned economy; China was building new, well-ordered cities, from scratch.

The numbers sounded grandiose (to those listening to the propaganda with passive minds), but not so once some rational context is added. The so-called “ghost cities” provided future-residences for roughly 50 million people. But this is for a rapidly urbanizing population of (now) 1.35 billion people. It’s enough housing for less than 4% of China’s population.

Previous experiences (globally) with rapid industrialization – like our own Industrial Revolution – produced large swaths of industrial slums, as construction companies threw together cheap housing complexes in a desperate attempt to keep up with the rapid migration of our populations from rural to urban environments.

With China’s so-called “ghost cities”, which even the propaganda machine noted were maintained in sparkling, pristine condition; there are no industrial slums, nor development-chaos, as the construction of housing units lags the growth of the working population. Those problems are found only in China’s older cities.

For six years; we have been fed a steady diet of China-is-a-bubble, China-is-going-to-crash drivel, and for six years the mainstream media Chicken Littles have been exposed as the frauds that they are. The ammunition for this inane China-bashing has changed as the years have gone by, as these spin-doctors grasp at any data they think can be twisted to suit their fear-mongering.

The latest nonsense is especially specious, particularly once we contrast China with the crippled economies of the West, and thus it is a particularly good illustration of the lack of coherence and rationality of Western media.

China cuts interest rates for third time in six months as economy sputters

One can almost hear the melodramatic music in the background, indicating that a crisis nears. However, as noted at the beginning of this piece; only minds which were locked into their own tunnel-vision, and totally oblivious to the facts could produce such silly hyperbole.

Before dealing with the facts; let’s make explicit the reasoning of these serial liars. Central banks raise interest rates to “cool off” economies, and they lower interest rates to “stimulate” economies; so goes the dogma. Thus (according to the propaganda); with China’s central bank having engaged in this stimulation three times, this must mean its economy is “sputtering”.

The childish simplicity of this reasoning is immediately apparent the moment we add facts and context. What is China’s benchmark interest rate now, after being cut for the third time? It’s at 5.1%. In other words; even by the standards of normal and legitimate economies, China previously had (and still has) relatively high interest rates.

Does normalizing its interest rate (slightly) down to some more moderate level even suggest that its economy is “sputtering”? Not at all. But the absurdity of the Corporate media’s propaganda is much more apparent when we compare the interest rate of China with the rates of the morally/intellectually/economically bankrupt West.

China’s current interest rate is somewhat high, in relation to historical norms (and legitimate economic analysis). Meanwhile; interest rates across the Western world have been frozen at insane (and criminal) “0%” and near-zero levels for the past six years. This raises an obvious question for the mindless drones of the mainstream media. If China’s lowering of its interest rate to 5.1% indicates a “sputtering” economy, what does it suggest about the U.S. economy, with its own interest rate frozen at zero for the past six years?

But that’s not the peak of this insanity, and ludicrous hypocrisy. Western interest rates are no longer frozen. These criminal governments have now begun pushing their interest rates into openly fraudulent territory: negative interest rates – where borrowers (i.e. banks) steal the money of lenders.

Six years of 0% and near-zero interest rates across the Western world couldn’t breathe the tiniest semblance of life into these Zombie economies. So now the Criminals (i.e. our governments) are implementing wealth-confiscation as a supposed form of “economic stimulus” – while the mainstream drones continue to babble about “China sputtering”.

The great irony here is that one day the Chicken Littles will be right. No economy grows forever (except for the Mythical Land of Us), and thus at some point the propaganda of the corporate media will actually (briefly) intersect with the facts. Indeed, there have been some legitimate signs of credit-excesses and malinvestment in China, the harbingers of the end of a growth cycle.

Again, however, if we contrast this with the West; it becomes immediately apparent where the Chicken Littles should be directing their shrieks about “bubbles” and “crashes”. While China’s economy exhibits unmistakable pockets of mal-investment; the entire, Western fraud-economy is little more than a giant, steaming mound of malinvestment.

“Financial services” now reign supreme at the top of the West’s Ponzi-scheme economic system. What do we see the moment we look at this “industry”, which is little more than a front for organized crime? We see the banker’s playground: a totally unregulated rigged casino they call “the derivatives market”. The total value of the (illegal) betting in this market exceeds twenty times the size of the (real) global economy. It is “malinvestment” taken to its ultimate, most-insane, most-fraudulent extreme.

The derivatives market of this crime syndicate is literally the Mother of All Bubbles, but it is only one of the grossly unsustainable and imminently catastrophic bubbles which have been cobbled together by this financial crime syndicate, i.e. the One Bank. We also have the bond bubble, the equities bubble, the real estate bubble, the student-debt bubble, along with anything and everything else that these criminals could pump-up to the level of insanity.

Even near the end of its current growth-cycle; China is the poster-boy for everything which Western governments should be doing (if they were still legitimate representatives for their own people). And China’s economy, in some ways at least, is everything which we should aspire towards in our own economies. Indeed, at one time, our own economies did have much in common with 21st century China.

Now all we have is the Wonderland Matrix. Western economies can freeze their interest rates at 0% (or lower) and remain “strong”. But when China lowers its interest rate toward moderate levels; we immediately get another chorus of “bubble” and “crash” babble from the Chicken Littles.


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