I have teeter-tottered over whether to post this personal theory/speculation
or not over the past couple of days. Surprisingly, what has made
this weigh on my mind is the lack of discussion of this issue which was very much a front burner topic just 5 or 6 years ago. I want to say I'd love
to be wearing the ass ears over this theory when all is said and done, but if I end up being right it won't be reason to celebrate in any way.
The recent background:
GESTAPO TACTICS MEET SENIOR CITIZENS AT YELLOWSTONE
MAN JOGGING THROUGH NATIONAL PARK FINED
(National park) Gate-jumpers could face up to six months in jail
Shutdown closes beach access
Rangers arrest 21 for venturing into Grand Canyon post-shutdown
The government shutdown is forcing Lake Mead residents out of their homes because they sit on federal land
(There are a lot more, but you get the idea here. OUR lands are closed illegally and WE, THE OWNERS are being barred by force from entering them.)
This makes absolutely no sense unless you dig a little deeper. Let's go back to 2009 when the debt situation had become obviously unsustainable.
There were a number of murmurings over collateral for America's debt, specifically collateral to China. These murmurings were frequently chuckled
over, first by the upper tier politicians, then by their media puppets, then by their parroting sheep voter bases, mocking the idea as absurd.
Doug Whitsett, State senator from Klamath, Oregon
President Obama’s administration has been borrowing money at previously unheard of rates. The direct result is that our national debt, and the
requirement for collateral to secure that debt, has been growing at an unprecedented rate as well. Would it have been more appropriate for the
President to have told the people the whole truth? Is the real truth that our creditors required further guarantee that their collateral is sufficient
and safe? Do our creditors require further guarantee that this nation will not use the natural resources that secure the debt until the debt is
Senator Whitsett was close... but I believe he missed the mark a bit. The seizure of lands by the feds wasn't to lock up resources, holding them
hostage to pay the nation's debt. I believe those lands and resources themselves were the collateral for that debt, seized by the nation and now
waiting in the wings to be taken by the world's creditors should a default occur.
There were a few claims back then that were a bit more blunt than the good senator... here's one from ATS itself
Beijing, China -- Sources at the United States Embassy in Beijing China have just CONFIRMED to me that the United States of America has tendered
to China a written agreement which grants to the People's Republic of China, an option to exercise Eminent Domain within the USA, as collateral for
China's continued purchase of US Treasury Notes and existing US Currency reserves!
The written agreement was brought to Beijing by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and was formalized and agreed-to during her recent trip to
This means that in the event the US Government defaults on its financial obligations to China, the Communist Government of China would be permitted to
physically take -- inside the USA -- land, buildings, factories, perhaps even entire cities - to satisfy the financial obligations of the US
Ah, but again... this isn't the way this seems to be playing out. It wasn't China declaring eminent domain, it was the United States declaring it
over the decades, seizing land for National wilderness, national parks, and other federal land holdings and then, acting as the (international
definition of) "legal owner", putting those lands up against their debts. We got so freaking close to the truth 5 years ago... yet we seem to have
been so far off now.
Then there's this "hint" from 4+ years ago...
China should seek guarantees that its $682 billion holdings of U.S. government debt won’t be eroded by “reckless policies,” said Yu
Yongding, a former adviser to the central bank.
$682 Billion dollars? China now holds $1.3 Trillion in US debt. Think about that... 5 years ago they were pissed and worried about what they held,
demanding "guarantees" and seeking insurance about the American debt they held. Since then they have quietly doubled
their holdings. After
flushing a $20 bill down a toilet does any sane man open his wallet back up and then flush another pair of tens after it unless they know something we
What is one of the first steps in any foreclosure or repossession? The bank sends a representative out with a sheriff deputy to serve an order of
eviction. The auction of the property is then conducted through the sheriff's office, with them ensuring the previous owner/tenant remains locked
out and is dealt with should they get upset. What has the first step to this situation, just days before this supposed "default" been? Armed
federal police and armed park rangers ensuring the previous owners are out and stay out as we lead into the global market auction of the lands.
Like I said in the opening, I really hope I'm wrong on this and will gladly don the ass ears if I am.