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Real Evidence of the Financial Plans of TPTB. A MUST SEE for all interested.

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posted on Mar, 1 2012 @ 03:01 PM
Thanks for posting this! S&F. I look forward to being distracted by it at the office. This is a truly amazing time. We have advanced our technology so much that TPTB, or anyone else for that matter, are finding it very hard to keep a secret. Soon to be impossible.

posted on Mar, 1 2012 @ 03:20 PM
I noticed, this is from 2011. Any idea when it was written in 2011, like which month? It seems like much of what's written is occurring as we speak.

Demand for water, food and energy is expected to rise by 30-50% in the next two decades, while economic disparities incentivize short-term responses in production and consumption that undermine long-term sustainability. Shortages could cause social and political instability, geopolitical conflict and irreparable environmental damage.

This is especially important; 30-50% increased demand for food, water, and energy is insane to think about. Couple this with an ever increasing human population, especially in countries like India and China, and the world suddenly turns into a timebomb. Emotions aside, perhaps massive population reduction is a necessity for the continuation of the human race and the life of the planet.

posted on Mar, 1 2012 @ 03:54 PM
Got me some reading to do tonight.
Printed both off and will read later.
Curious as to how things may have changed between the two reports.

posted on Mar, 1 2012 @ 04:12 PM
I think what really stood out to me, was when they highlighted the "unsustainable populace growth". i wonder if this is a solvable problem or not. either way great find OP

this is definitely take a long time to sift through and digest. i have a feeling i won't be getting much sleep tonight.

posted on Mar, 1 2012 @ 04:40 PM
To be honest I dont want to get into out without knowing it is safe.

Safe as in, every one else asleep and several hours to digest. Allot going on right now from almost every angle and once I step into the realm where I put pieces together I can only stop by going to sleep. Makes it hard to get anything done around the house.


posted on Mar, 1 2012 @ 04:40 PM
This document is very important. I am very glad you brought it to our attention.

I truly understand that it is hard to wait for the community to digest it; but be patient.... you have built it... they will come.

I'm off to scrutinize the heck out of this thing.... great job!

posted on Mar, 1 2012 @ 04:56 PM
reply to post by JakiusFogg

This document makes my head sickly hurt, I can't wait for someone to break this down lol. Nice charts though, so what did they basically plan out everything, haha... they forget one thing, and that is God. I don't see that on the map, and people need to stop acting like they know everything, in a blink of an eye rules can change.

posted on Mar, 1 2012 @ 07:01 PM
Notice how the two greatest risks they see is 'economic disparity' aka income inequality, and 'global governance failure'.

Fits in with the one world socialist utopia theories.

posted on Mar, 1 2012 @ 08:35 PM
It is good to see that an 'asset price collapse' is no longer the main risk since the GFC kicked in, so some shoring up of the global economy has taken place. This current issue of income disparity has been in the system for a very long time, but is getting worst as there are no upper limits. Market forces and corruption are leading to extraordinary levels of income with the recent $15 Trillion scam in the UK just one example that has made the light of day.

There is an opportunity to help confront these current disparity risks with the wave of banker resignations throughout the world. With these risks expressed at world forums, the question of 'what will you do about it?' is one I will pay close attention too when interviewing the new round of candidates and banking culture. A push towards increased transparency and accounting seams to be the main way out of these problems. The global currency unit of the SDR can also help close some of these gaps if responsibly managed.

The main problem I have with the assessment (2012) is the low impact of ineffective drug policies. There are very clear associations to entrenched corruption and further risk repercussions. This is a complex issue with many cultural, legal and health implications, but does need to be taken at face value to work through it.

The climate change issue is also a big one and good to see more attention getting placed on it.

posted on Mar, 2 2012 @ 01:22 AM
I would be careful about colouring your mind with too much of this "risk analysis". Read too much and you will melt into a pile of despair! Total system breakdown on every page.. it's just a matter of what type of system breakdown will kill us all first! Maybe our Mother the Earth has something far grander in store for us all...

posted on Mar, 2 2012 @ 02:27 AM
Toss into the ring this little business here too, and you have some compelling evidence:

Banned Court documents - $1 Trillion

The Defendents in the case are:


& others.
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posted on Mar, 2 2012 @ 02:40 AM
A very interesting read! Good post!

As one poster has said, there are some very basic concepts presented with some very big words... and some pretty graphics! (sums up academia pretty well really)!

In terms of the graphics and statistics, you may want to check out Hans Rosling, who presents statistics in the most entertaining way I have ever seen... Here are a couple of his TED Talks:

Hans Rosling's new insights on poverty
Hans Rosling shows the best stats you've ever seen

... and here is the software that he uses... you can play around with the various world trends yourself, just load Gapminder, choose a trend and press play... it's a real eye opener!


I go to conferences that talk about many of these things, though my field and conferences tend towards the technology side of things, and how technology can be used to actually answer some of these questions. Creating the graphics is easy, though getting the right information is the real point of interest here, and it's all done with algorithmic modelling these days.

Organisations like the Serious Games Institute, or the Ubiquitous Cities Group are all about global modelling, realtime information, data manipulation and other hairy ideas... all aimed at predicting world trends and planning the global future for the best "outcomes". What those outcomes actually are, and who decides them is the real unknown question... though as seen from the OP maybe it's easier to know than we realise and in the end it's just every day people ding every day things that just happen to have global consequences.

Reminds me of the man who rules the universe from a shack on a beach from Douglas Adam's books.

Having the data is one thing, but being able subtly effect the data to achieve long-term goals is the reality or end product of the information presented in the OP.

Realistically we are already living in a "One-World Economy", there is just still a semblance of separation created through standing governments, and it may not be in everyone's interest to officially declare a global government anytime soon, it is actual safer in the long run to retain the status quo, at least as far as the perception of the masses is concerned.

While there are some very scary concepts going around at the moment, there seem to be some very powerful forces at work at a deeper level even than government which are often in conflict with each other, and it may be subsets of opinion rather than a single entity.

Sometimes they are nefarious, though in my opinion, technology and the speed of community engagement with new ideas is often going too fast for even the most megalomaniac of PTB to actually control. Call me overly positive if you like, but my feeling is that as long as we can increase the quality of life of the majority of the planet, then even nefarious goals can actually provide us with a positive future.

The best we can all do is to stay aware!


posted on Mar, 2 2012 @ 02:45 AM
reply to post by JakiusFogg

whats your degree course?

posted on Mar, 2 2012 @ 05:05 AM

Originally posted by JakiusFogg
reply to post by SpaceMonkeys

Spacmonkeys. ITs not just some economic forum, Its the World Economic Forum. The on where all the major movers and shakers, heads of state, businss power players go every year to discuss the stat of the world. This document will be one of the things that will influence their decisions.

If power is all about mitigating risk, these this is what they have to deal with to retain said power. The thing about this is that it states plainly things that people on ATS and other places have been saying, and been laughed at.

People said that countries were deliberately devaluing currencies in synchronization, to hide the fact that everything was going to hell in a handcart!. Other said this could never happen you're crazy. Well look! it's there in blue and white!!

The key in being successful in all this, is to look at the risks and the planned responses to them. These are the responses the governments will employ. If you also know what they will do, what they are actually doing and understand why they are doing it, can you not see how valuable that is???

I've always had the opinion that the "major movers and shakers" that the media give attention to aren't the real movers and shakers at all. These people may be on top of the world stage for the world to see but the real movers and shakers, the ones with the real power hide in the shadows.
It's like the people look up at obama and see him as the person who governs the US and that he's the most powerful man in the world but he is far from it, he is merely a puppet.
When the real PTB have meetings you wont even know they are happening.

posted on Mar, 2 2012 @ 05:55 AM
reply to post by JakiusFogg

I think that if people knew the plans of the powers that be they would run screaming for the hills.
I also feel as if the end result will be one currency, one financial system and one world government.

posted on Mar, 2 2012 @ 06:03 AM
reply to post by rdavis2012

And maybe that is what "renewed leadership of international currency exchange rate cooperation" means!

posted on Mar, 2 2012 @ 07:37 AM
reply to post by JakiusFogg

And maybe that is what "renewed leadership of international currency exchange rate cooperation" means!

A the moment I see two main options forming around this one.

1/ Keep the current Rothschild / Rockefeller team of banking regulation that has a strong competitive nature lead by market forces. The strength behind their approach has clearly won global appeal and help establish a common financial framework around the world. A global currency may come through in a similar way to the Euro.

2/ The BRICS team will introduce a more international assessment of currency exchange repercussions and move more towards a level playing ground of rate cooperation. I know I may go on about the SDR at bit too much at times, but so far it is the best option I have come across to sort out this mess. If any one finds any better ideas then please post it and message me.

The SDR global currency unit is based on a collection of world currencies. It is not the market that will drive currency exchange, but accounting of all Macroeconomic factors like population, national resources, currency supply, need and everything else. One bad thing for the economy is sudden change, it will take time to get things organised and moving if it is to be done in a realistic and responsible way.

The advantage I see in this system is that there are many cultural variations and no clear guide for what constitutes a perfect economy, if such a thing exists. By maintaining some separation of currency it still allows for differing economies to compete, yet protects the global economy from currency conflicts and mismanagement. The consolidation and interpretation of all the global economic data is no easy job, but done right it will provide oversight and advice to further limit corruption and enhance general social well being.

A 50/50 split on the board of the World Bank will make for some great and heated arguments, as for who gets the chair we will have to wait and see.

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posted on Mar, 2 2012 @ 05:29 PM
According to these notes, if the world doesn't start working together we're all up dung creek without a paddle. If true, why don't they just come out and say something rather than keeping us all in the dark? Economy?

The question on my mind: is this still just an intricate power grab? I'm leaning towards yes, based on what we've seen so far. It would explain why they aren't saying anything, only informing political leaders on a need to know basis. I'm sure they feed these lies to military and intelligence groups to keep them on task.

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