posted on Apr, 23 2012 @ 01:47 PM
I think there are clear themes in this interview.
First of all, it is all about global themes, and pushing forward globally uniting agenda. That of course, being more to the benefit of some
stakeholders, than some other (such as you and me).
Apart from the obvious "global currency", it is interesting to learn weather, and climate, being "currency of trade" in his business. Considering
the global carbon tax system, as a precursor to the global currency. We may see more to come from those lines.
We should know, farmers and alike can get accurate weather forecasts from existing channels, that including global satellite systems (currently
government business). It seems, his intention is to convert "public money" - billions in this case (weather data) - into private money (reselling
existing free of charge info forward).
And global currency. 5 years time would be great from his perspective. When powers to be would be bent to do so...