I recently revisited that post and was struck by how I had concentrated primarily on the economic/financial implications of the rapidly unfolding "crisis". That doesn't mean I hadn't considered the spiritual backdrop of what was happening at that time or that I considered the spiritual backdrop to be less important, only that the potential economic/financial aspects of the birdemic response struck me as particularly protuberant.
The potentially negative economic/financial consequences of what the Establishment were doing in response to the birdemic in those first few months were too prominent to ignore. Moreover, they were difficult to comprehend because they flew in the face of the Establishment's System. Unable to fully grasp the essence of the birdemic response at that time, I simply referred to the Establishment's actions as "sabotage":
. . . after I arrived home I got to thinking about the economic implications of that little sign I had seen. The current global financial and economic system strikes me as sophisticated and complex, yet fragile and delicate. Everything depends on everything else. There appears to be very little margin for error. A small, seemingly insignificant problem could easily ripple across the whole network - become amplified and magnified. Set of a chain reaction. Topple dominoes.
So sophisticated and complex. Yet so fragile and delicate.
And the powers that be seem quite intent on bringing it down. Now. I couldn't tell you to what degree or for what duration, but the way the hysteria is spinning out of control indicates that this might be the start of something big . . .
. . . And against this backdrop, they have decided to terrorize and slowly shutdown the world. The consumption economy begins hemorrhaging the second consumers slow down. And consumers are being slowed down. By what? By something that shouldn't have even made the news. They are sabotaging the System they so painstakingly designed and profited from. The question is, to what end?
On one hand, I am making attempts to see the possible positive side of these rather baffling developments, but its hard to see a positive side when such blatant sabotage is clearly at play.
The purposive pursuit to end something usually indicates a desire to start something new. I feel no kinship for or affiliation to our current System. It is clearly an obstacle. A barrier. It needs to be dismantled and sent to the scrap yard in order for something better to emerge. But the dismantling I am seeing now will unlikely lead to anything better. More likely, it will lead to something worse.
It's been nearly two years since I recorded those observations. During that time, the population of the world has had to endure and continues to endure the cruel and oppressive machinations of the "none are safe until all are safe" global diktat, which has methodically removed practically all fundamental human rights and freedoms.
Concurrently, "real" global economies have been ravaged; the global middle class, decimated; the financial system, flooded with an unprecedented injections of credit and liquidity (all of which has ended up in the hands of the "investor" classes. Through it all, the Establishment has been tirelessly dismantling the old System to clear the way for a new one.
The sticking point of comprehension in the implicit aim of "system transition" is difficult to surmount. After all, why would the side opposed to God and Creation willingly seek to destroy the System they control, the very same System they have used to secure practically inconceivable amounts of wealth and influence?
Why would the forces of Satan foul the very same nest they had dedicated centuries to constructing and feathering? In simple logic, any act of sabotage against the System would be an act of sabotage against themselves. It simply doesn't add up; it doesn't make sense.
Making it add up and make sense necessitates the abandonment of conventional/industrial modes of thinking about business, money, investment, finance, economics, and - most significantly - nature.
Conventional/industrial economic systems are founded on the principles of extraction, processing, and production. Though this system recognized the intrinsic value within natural resources, real value or higher value could only be realized by extracting the intrinsic value and adding value to the resource via processing or production. Within this paradigm, a forest possessed a certain intrinsic value in its natural state, but its "real" value could only be realized if the trees could be used to produce goods and/or services that could be sold on the market.
Success within this industrial paradigm depends on ever-expanding markets and ever-expanding demand, which necessitated the fomentation of rampant consumerism through advertising and marketing. The more the System expanded, the richer the people running the System became. Still, it did not prove to be enough, and the industrial model was slowly usurped by the control and scam model of financialization in which the means of production were outsourced, leveraged, derivatized, and, ultimately, inflated to "create" new and unprecedented levels of "value".
So, why not keep the party going? For the simple reason that there is not much value left for the Establishment to "extract" from the current System. It has - to employ their own terminology - become "unsustainable." Far better to scrap the old System altogether and envision a new System in which the "intrinsic" value of the "assets" that comprise Creation are worth far more than the "extraction" potential within Creation could ever be. In other words, the "opportunity" in the new economy resides in asset expansion.
Let's return to the example of a forest. In the old System, a forest left untouched possessed some intrinsic value, but that intrinsic value was invariably connected to its extractive potential in terms wealth creation. Thus, the full value of the forest as a wealth creation mechanism could only be realized through the exploitation of its resources for the purposes of industrial and societal utility. Within this framework, an untouched forest was rarely worth more than a utilized forest.
But what if this paradigm were flipped on its head? What if there were a way to make the untouched forest more valuable than the potential of its extracted resources?
Well, the Satanic elite have figured out a way to do exactly that. Under the guise of climate change protection, sustainability goals, and environmentalism, the Establishment are working to usher in a new System called "The Inclusive Economy" in which the intrinsic value of natural assets will be worth far more than the extractive potential of those natural assets could ever be worth. How much more? The illustration below provides a clear answer to that question:
IEG harnesses the very market forces that have intensified many social and environmental problems to instead create abundance, resilience and a compelling investment opportunity by including natural assets in the mainstream of the economy.
We are pioneering a new asset class based on natural assets and the mechanism to convert them to financial capital. These assets are essential, making life on Earth possible and enjoyable. They include biological systems that provide clean air, water, foods, medicines, a stable climate, human health and societal potential.
The potential of this asset class is immense. Nature’s economy is larger than our current industrial economy and we can tap this store of wealth and productivity to protect and grow nature and to transform our economy to one that is more equitable, resilient and sustainable. The IEG toolset connects our social values with economic and ecological realities.
Driving this mother-of-all control and scam operations is the Natural Asset Company, or NAC. The role of NAC will be to "unlock" and "capture" the 4 quadrillion dollars of intrinsic value locked in natural assets by providing "ecosystem services" and securitizing these services in the market place.
It goes without saying that the justifications for this model - protecting, restoring, and growing natural areas - all sound "good" on the surface, but it doesn't take much imagination to recognize the demonic underpinnings of what is being undertaken here. The vehicle for this unprecedented financialization of the natural world is the natural asset company, which works in the manner depicted below:
With NACs, the NYSE and IEG are now putting the totality of nature up for sale. While they assert that doing so will “transform our economy to one that is more equitable, resilient and sustainable”, it’s clear that the coming “owners” of nature and natural processes will be the only real beneficiaries.
Per the IEG, NACs first begin with the identification of a natural asset, such as a forest or lake, which is then quantified using specific protocols. Such protocols have already been developed by related groups like the Capitals Coalition, which is partnered with several of IEG’s partners as well as the World Economic Forum and various coalitions of multinational corporations. Then, a NAC is created and the structure of the company decides who has the rights to that natural asset’s productivity as well as the rights to decide how that natural asset is managed and governed. Lastly, a NAC is “converted” into financial capital by launching an initial public offering on a stock exchange, like the NYSE. This last stage “generates capital to manage the natural asset” and the fluctuation of its price on the stock exchange “signals the value of its natural capital.”
However, the NAC and its employees, directors and owners are not necessarily the owners of the natural asset itself following this final step. Instead, as IEG notes, the NAC is merely the issuer while the potential buyers of the natural asset the NAC represents can include: institutional investors, private investors, individuals and institutions, corporations, sovereign wealth funds and multilateral development banks. Thus, asset management firms that essentially already own much of the world, like Blackrock, could thus become owners of soon-to-be monetized natural processes, natural resources and the very foundations of natural life itself.
Both the NYSE and IEG have marketed this new investment vehicle as being aimed at generating funds that will go back to conservation or sustainability efforts. However, on the IEG’s website, it notes that the goal is really endless profit from natural processes and ecosystems that were previously deemed to be part of “the commons”, i.e. the cultural and natural resources accessible to all members of a society, including natural materials such as air, water, and a habitable earth. Per the IEG, “as the natural asset prospers, providing a steady or increasing flow of ecosystem services, the company’s equity should appreciate accordingly providing investment returns. Shareholders and investors in the company through secondary offers, can take profit by selling shares. These sales can be gauged to reflect the increase in capital value of the stock, roughly in-line with its profitability, creating cashflow based on the health of the company and its assets.”
Researcher and journalist Cory Morningstar has strongly disagreed with the approach being taken by NYSE/IEG and views NACs as a system that will only exacerbate the corporate predation of nature, despite claims to the contrary. Morningstar has described NACs as “Rockefeller et al. letting the markets dictate what in nature has value – and what does not. Yet, it’s not for capitalist institutions and global finance to decide what life has value. Ecosystems are not ‘assets.’ Biological communities exist for their own purposes, not ours.”
The ultimate goal of NACs is not sustainability or conservation – it is the financialization of nature, i.e. turning nature into a commodity that can be used to keep the current, corrupt Wall Street economy booming under the guise of protecting the environment and preventing its further degradation. Indeed, IEG makes this clear when they note that “the opportunity” of NACs lies not in their potential to improve environmental well-being or sustainability, but in the size of this new asset class, which they term “Nature’s Economy.”
Indeed, while the asset classes of the current economy are value at approximately $512 trillion, the asset classes unlocked by NACs are significantly larger at $4,000 trillion (i.e. $4 quadrillion). Thus, NACs open up a new feeding ground for predatory Wall Street banks and financial institutions that will allow them to not just dominate the human economy, but the entire natural world. In the world currently being constructed by these and related entities, where even freedom is being re-framed not as a right but “a service,” the natural processes on which life depends are similarly being re-framed as assets, which will have owners. Those “owners” will ultimately have the right, in this system, to dictate who gets access to clean water, to clean air, to nature itself and at what cost.
Under this model, my earlier example of a forest would become far more profitable by providing an ecosystem service like carbon storage than it ever could through logging. By my amateur estimation, this would immediately make the wood itself ten, twenty, or thirty times more valuable than it is now; so even if it were logged eventually to provide products for society, those products would become immediately unaffordable to nearly everyone but the elite. Same goes for food, or anything else for that matter.
More significantly, the natural asset framework also challenges the desirability of the traditional economy’s dependence on the expansion of everything, including the global population. Once the Establishment has expanded the asset class to unprecedented value independently of the traditional economic model, the traditional economic model itself becomes obsolete, as do the billions of workers and consumers the model sustains.
From a spiritual perspective, the declared ownership and financialization of natural processes such as the creation of oxygen ranks among the most unholy and nefarious assaults ever launched against God and Creation.
It also sheds light on the deeper motivations of the 2020 global totalitarian coup and its much-touted sustainable development goals, climate change initiatives, Great Reset, and the birdemic complete with all of its related tyrannical measures taken in the name of "health and safety."