ZIKAgenda

zikaAs the mother of a child with Down syndrome, I recall learning that very few agents are confirmed to cause birth defects. That made me interested when Zika was cited as the cause of microcephaly. (As did the fact that I met an anencephalic baby once and the doctors didn’t know what caused it. They encouraged the parents to have more children and the next child, tragically, was also born anencephalic.)  Then, when I noticed that many of the pictures I saw in the news reports of the “thousands” of cases of Brazilian microcephaly were actually of the same baby (“Daniel”), I started to dig into the Zika virus scare. As I dug in, I discovered that the 4,000 cases were more like 400 cases and only 17 were found to be even potentially related to Zika. I further discovered that 25,000 cases of microcephaly occur in the US annually where there are no reported cases of a Zika relationship. Just comparing the relative population sizes of Brazil and the US, by this measure, Brazil should have 14,000 cases of microcephaly even without Zika, yet it has nowhere near that number.

I started to wonder what the agenda might be of panicking people unjustly over Zika-related birth defects when I saw this: Obama asks for $1.8 billion in emergency Zika funding. Given that there has been maybe one case of Zika in the US (despite the CDC assigning Zika Level 1 status–a status only issued by the CDC thrice before, for Katrina, ebola & swine flu), I found this curious. What would the money be used for?

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What do Putin, the Popes, the Trans-Pacific Trade Partnership & the Afghan hospital bombing have in common?

They all cry out for world government. Here’s my take, with references underneath the video.

But there’s more than one way to skin a cat!

There’s plenty of speculation right now in the wake of simultaneous but uncoordinated military action in and around Syria between the US and Russia that we might be on the brink of World War III. After reading Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals, I stay aware that there’s always more than one way to skin a cat. Alinsky says that if things don’t go as planned, take the way they are going and use it for you. As for the move toward world government, yes, it could happen peacefully with the power elite working behind the scenes to get media, governments and institutions to sign-on in secret or under false pretenses or in response to false flags or other crises, or another path could be taken: war.

Norman Dodd, researcher for the Reece Committee, discovered that the Carnegie Endowment, in an effort to change American culture from individualist to collectivist, promoted war, specifically our involvement in World War I, as the best way to change a society. (I have often wondered if this is the way they will have to implement the “New World Order” or institute a new financial regime, as when the dollar replaced the pound as world reserve currency after World War II.) At the same time, the world wars were the primary instruments for promoting world government. World War I was used as the pretext for establishing the League of Nations and World War II for establishing the United Nations. Neither of these organizations fulfilled their creators’ dreams of having real authority (i.e., carte blanche autonomy for use of force anywhere in the world), so it might follow that as the United Nations was more successful than the League of Nations, so might a third world war bring a yet more successful world governmental organization–perhaps even one with a monopoly on the use of force.

References

Leaked tapes on Ukraine & the Deep State

Zbigniew Brzezinski’s Grand Chessboard quotes

China and the New World Order

FOX News Accidentally Shows Evidence of Syrian REBELS Using Chemical Weapons

Doctors Without Borders: Kunduz strike an ‘attack on the Geneva Conventions’

Moscow and Washington work together to restructure international relations

Pope Benedict Urges Forming New World Economic Order to Work for the ‘Common Good’

TOWARDS REFORMING THE INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL AND MONETARY SYSTEMS IN THE CONTEXT OF GLOBAL PUBLIC AUTHORITY. Vatican Council for Justice and Peace

Pope Francis calls for a new system of global government to tackle climate change (Note: The Report from Iron Mountain called for an environmental hoax to justify world government!)

UN & Obama’s Strong Cities Network form Global Police Force to Combat “Extremism” in US Cities (The Report from Iron Mountain applies here too – it suggested a global police force to unite citizens in fear and develop renewed loyalty to the nation-state! It’s like a rabbit hole within a rabbit hole!)

TPP / TTIP…The TIPPing Points: Podcast of June 13, 2015 Show

Even the much-publicized Russia-China financial pact could ultimately play right into world government. Perhaps competition from that coalition will finally “bring the US and the UK to the table” and get all the major powers to agree to a true world currency. Hegel’s old thesis-antithesis-synthesis trick! Replacing the Western Financial System BRIC by BRICS

For more on the UN, see PEACE: by the Wonderful People Who Brought You Korea & Viet Nam

Other stuff…

FT: And now for a world government…

Bill Gates: “We need a world government”

The United Nations: On the Brink of Becoming a World Government

Blue Helmets Coming To a City Near You! Please make them feel welcome 🙂

What do Putin, the Popes, the Trans-Pacific Trade Partnership & the Afghan hospital bombing have in common?

They all cry out for world government. Here’s my take, with references underneath the video.

But there’s more than one way to skin a cat!

There’s plenty of speculation right now in the wake of simultaneous but uncoordinated military action in and around Syria between the US and Russia that we might be on the brink of World War III. After reading Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals, I stay aware that there’s always more than one way to skin a cat. Alinsky says that if things don’t go as planned, take the way they are going and use it for you. As for the move toward world government, yes, it could happen peacefully with the power elite working behind the scenes to get media, governments and institutions to sign-on in secret or under false pretenses or in response to false flags or other crises, or another path could be taken: war.
Norman Dodd, researcher for the Reece Committee, discovered that the Carnegie Endowment, in an effort to change American culture from individualist to collectivist, promoted war, specifically our involvement in World War I, as the best way to change a society. (I have often wondered if this is the way they will have to implement the “New World Order” or institute a new financial regime, as when the dollar replaced the pound as world reserve currency after World War II.) At the same time, the world wars were the primary instruments for promoting world government. World War I was used as the pretext for establishing the League of Nations and World War II for establishing the United Nations. Neither of these organizations fulfilled their creators’ dreams of having real authority (i.e., carte blanche autonomy for use of force anywhere in the world), so it might follow that as the United Nations was more successful than the League of Nations, so might a third world war bring a yet more successful world governmental organization–perhaps even one with a monopoly on the use of force.

References

Leaked tapes on Ukraine & the Deep State
Zbigniew Brzezinski’s Grand Chessboard quotes
China and the New World Order
FOX News Accidentally Shows Evidence of Syrian REBELS Using Chemical Weapons
Doctors Without Borders: Kunduz strike an ‘attack on the Geneva Conventions’
Moscow and Washington work together to restructure international relations
Pope Benedict Urges Forming New World Economic Order to Work for the ‘Common Good’
TOWARDS REFORMING THE INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL AND MONETARY SYSTEMS IN THE CONTEXT OF GLOBAL PUBLIC AUTHORITY. Vatican Council for Justice and Peace
Pope Francis calls for a new system of global government to tackle climate change (Note: The Report from Iron Mountain called for an environmental hoax to justify world government!)
UN & Obama’s Strong Cities Network form Global Police Force to Combat “Extremism” in US Cities (The Report from Iron Mountain applies here too – it suggested a global police force to unite citizens in fear and develop renewed loyalty to the nation-state! It’s like a rabbit hole within a rabbit hole!)
TPP / TTIP…The TIPPing Points: Podcast of June 13, 2015 Show
Even the much-publicized Russia-China financial pact could ultimately play right into world government. Perhaps competition from that coalition will finally “bring the US and the UK to the table” and get all the major powers to agree to a true world currency. Hegel’s old thesis-antithesis-synthesis trick! Replacing the Western Financial System BRIC by BRICS
For more on the UN, see PEACE: by the Wonderful People Who Brought You Korea & Viet Nam

Other stuff…

FT: And now for a world government…
Bill Gates: “We need a world government”
The United Nations: On the Brink of Becoming a World Government
Blue Helmets Coming To a City Near You! Please make them feel welcome 🙂

3 New Additions to the Glossary! “Subsidiarity,” “Zero Economic Profit” & “Regulatory Barriers to Entry”

ap-micro-review-theory-of-the-firm-35-638Who would think that answering the oft-asked question, “What do you think of Pope Francis?” I would have to define economic terms? But honestly, I think he started it! Here you go…

Subsidiarity
According to David Bosnich writing for acton.org, “One of the key principles of Catholic social thought is known as the principle of subsidiarity. This tenet holds that nothing should be done by a larger and more complex organization which can be done as well by a smaller and simpler organization. In other words, any activity which can be performed by a more decentralized entity should be. This principle is a bulwark of limited government and personal freedom. It conflicts with the passion for centralization and bureaucracy characteristic of the Welfare State.” (This reminds me of the gospel in which Jesus tells people to handle things one-on-one or within the community if possible.)

Regulatory Barriers to Entry
Complying with government regulations costs money–sometimes big money like building a data center to store all Americans’ metadata, and sometimes small money like getting a hairdresser’s license–but it always costs money. This investment in non-productive capital increases the funding required to enter a business and that changes the calculus as to whether to risk starting a new venture or not. Some new ventures are deterred and in this way competition is reduced. Generally, obstacles to new entrants are called barriers to entry; in the case of government regulatory compliance deterring competition, they are called “regulatory barriers to entry.”

Zero Economic Profit
With perfect competition, any profit that rewards capital or labor with profits higher than their marginal cost will experience entry until all capital and labor earns risk-adjusted-returns that are consistent with their market values. This is why in a free society there is less concentration of wealth not more. As government regulates industry, it erects barriers to competition that allow incumbent firms to maintain greater than zero economic profit. (See above, regulatory barriers to entry.)

3 New Additions to the Glossary! "Subsidiarity," "Zero Economic Profit" & "Regulatory Barriers to Entry"

ap-micro-review-theory-of-the-firm-35-638Who would think that answering the oft-asked question, “What do you think of Pope Francis?” I would have to define economic terms? But honestly, I think he started it! Here you go…

Subsidiarity
According to David Bosnich writing for acton.org, “One of the key principles of Catholic social thought is known as the principle of subsidiarity. This tenet holds that nothing should be done by a larger and more complex organization which can be done as well by a smaller and simpler organization. In other words, any activity which can be performed by a more decentralized entity should be. This principle is a bulwark of limited government and personal freedom. It conflicts with the passion for centralization and bureaucracy characteristic of the Welfare State.” (This reminds me of the gospel in which Jesus tells people to handle things one-on-one or within the community if possible.)

Regulatory Barriers to Entry
Complying with government regulations costs money–sometimes big money like building a data center to store all Americans’ metadata, and sometimes small money like getting a hairdresser’s license–but it always costs money. This investment in non-productive capital increases the funding required to enter a business and that changes the calculus as to whether to risk starting a new venture or not. Some new ventures are deterred and in this way competition is reduced. Generally, obstacles to new entrants are called barriers to entry; in the case of government regulatory compliance deterring competition, they are called “regulatory barriers to entry.”

Zero Economic Profit
With perfect competition, any profit that rewards capital or labor with profits higher than their marginal cost will experience entry until all capital and labor earns risk-adjusted-returns that are consistent with their market values. This is why in a free society there is less concentration of wealth not more. As government regulates industry, it erects barriers to competition that allow incumbent firms to maintain greater than zero economic profit. (See above, regulatory barriers to entry.)