Apparently the only financial solution left for global central bankers clinging to the U.S. dollar like leeches on a skinny dipper’s back is to shock Americans into compliance.  This can be the only possible explanation for why elite banker Mark Carney bothered to disturb a gathering of already disturbed central bankers at an annual meeting in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, with the notion that a digital currency “could dampen the domineering influence of the U.S. dollar on global trade.”

Them is fighting words where I come from.  He’s asking the world to further demean the only source of financial freedom most Americans have ever known.  And it’s not for our own good.  It’s to enslave humanity forever.

But that’s not what Carney says.  The Governor of the Bank of England claims that if the share of trade invoiced in [a digital currency] were to rise, shocks in the U.S. would have less potent spillovers through exchange rates, and trade would become less synchronized across countries.

In laymen’s terms this is only an excuse, although the point may be valid, to ditch the U.S. dollar for nefarious purposes.  “The dollar’s influence on global financial conditions could similarly decline if a financial architecture developed around the new [digital currency] and it displaced the dollar’s dominance in credit markets.  By reducing the influence of the U.S. on the global financial cycle, this would help reduce the volatility of capital flows to emerging market economies,” says Carney.  Gobbledygook as financial cover for the scheme to capture of humanity by taking the U.S. dollar out of our control.

Communists Technocrats around the world might prefer something like the Chinese currency, the renminbi, which has been cited by Central Bank Headquarters through Carney their mouthpiece as a viable alternative to the dollar along with certain proposed digital currencies such as Facebook’s Libra.  Carney says neither cashless system was quite in a position to take over from the dollar, yet, but new technologies could allow for a global digital currency to challenge the U.S. currency.

What he didn’t mention is the push for new technologies are cashless in nature and upon actual implementation amount to total financial control over the masses, as they control who would have access to how much electronic cash, when, if ever.  Just think of what China is doing with their Social Credit Scheme.  It’s coming to America soon. 

This mechanism for a cashless system has been in the works for many years, but it’s now being forced upon us before central banks could actually work out all the kinks in the system.  Meanwhile, sovereigns all around the world are gathering gold to back their currencies in their fight against central bank fiat currency control.

The controlled mass media wants us to believe it’s really only about satisfying consumers, and that the central bank attraction to digital currencies is more about mobile business and consumer transactions becoming more popular, than it is about controlling humanity’s access to any semblance of wealth or financial freedom.

The Bank of England has been quick to embrace Facebook’s Libra, which was considered a challenge to Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.  Bankers considered the initiative that was backed by central bankers to be a useful addition to trading goods and services.  They said nothing about those who failed their social credit scores, and how they would feed their families when the system denied them social credit.


Libra does come with its own detractors.  Besides being an obvious social controlling mechanism utilized by Facebook, which is connected to about 3/4ths of the world’s population, Libra has been criticized for becoming part of a scheme that operates under a total lack of rules and regulations – that is the world of cryptocurrencies – which makes it an unreliable currency, which is the reality behind the lack of united international government regulations over all cryptos everywhere. 

Even the European commission has become wise to this by opening up an anti-trust investigation into Libra under the fear the private digital currency could unfairly disadvantage rivals and be open to abuse.  Antitrust is the only way to deal with Facebook, Libra, and the entire Silicon Valley Mafia establishment that runs unregulated.

Obviously the Bank of England doesn’t feel that way, though.  They claim to appreciate the way the new technology has allowed retail transactions to take place online rather than on the high street; through electronic payments over cash.  Further eliminating cash.  Advancing the cashless monetary system.  Without us even realizing it.

Which brings us back to Libra.  And the fact we really don’t totally leave the dollar.  It’s just being removed from circulation, and replaced by a basket of debasing currencies.

The Governor of the Bank of England explains:  “The most high-profile of these has been Libra, a new payments infrastructure based on an international stablecoin fully backed by reserve assets in a basket of currencies including the U.S. dollar, the euro, and sterling.  It could be exchanged between users on messaging platforms and with participating retailers.”

But we’re not there yet, elite banker Carney tells us through the gathering of central bankers.  There’s more infrastructure work to be done before we’re totally confined to the hidden hand of a social credit system.  And time is running out.  Gold is being gathered by central banks to back national currencies.  And Facebook is under investigation for antitrust violations.

So central bankers are desperate to launch the system.  “There are a host of fundamental issues that Libra must address, ranging from privacy to operational resilience,” says Carney in the Guardian article.  “In addition, depending on its design, it could have substantial implication for both monetary and financial stability.”  Ya think?


Carney says the UK economy was suffering from several years of under investment, mostly in response to the uncertainty surrounding Brexit.  A further deterioration in GDP growth could force the bank’s monetary policy committee to cut interest rates, he said. 

Some say it’s all about Brexit, as the Bank of England Governor would be pressured for further rate cuts in the even of a financial downturn brought on by a no-deal departure from the EU.

Others believe that’s all subterfuge and mirrors, that this is nothing more than a final attempt at globalization and it’s final nail in the coffin to controlling humanity.

That’s probably why it’s important to store some cash.  After getting a job, not getting laid off, and working long enough to make some cash to save.  And then buying pure ounces of gold and silver and holding out until the next financial reset kicks in.  The one where gold backs the global national currencies and Libra, Big Tech, and Chinese Communist Technocrat control of cryptocurrencies and social credit schemes go the way of the dinosaur.  Extinct. 

It’s either them or us.  Somebody’s going to disappear.

Unless, of course, that is, President Trump does in fact want us back on the gold standard.  Then it’s a whole new ballgame, guaranteed.  Followed by a whole new financial reset with global sovereign currencies backed by gold.