Many have shared their opinion in social media and blog sites that 2016 was one of the worst years in the world’s history. It was a year that clearly ushered change in political structures which may have triggered change in the world order. We saw the United Kingdom exit the European Union. An unlikely, non-traditional candidate won the U.S. Presidential elections. Nationalists challenged globalists for the highest positions in government across Europe. Regions pushed for secession from the motherland.
Conflict brings forth uncertainty and volatility. It introduces unpredictability and chaos into the global equities and property markets. Where there is instability, logic dictates that stabilising forces must be developed and implemented. And this is where the globalists see opportunities to set conditions that shift power back to their fold.
What are the ideals of globalisation? It is an ideology that seeks to establish singular global authorities on monetary and fiscal policies and actively promotes a one world ruling structure. Globalists pounce on events that create worldwide chaos because it brings about disorder.
Globalist’s attempt to restore order and stability by implementing processes referred to as the “global economic reset”. Preeminent globalists such as George Soros have the money and influence to “acquire” political puppets in Western and Eastern countries. They can find ways to manipulate politicians and their legislative processes to meet their benefit.
An outbreak of war could be what globalists need at a time when nationalist movements are gaining ground and riding the crest of a gigantic wave of ideological change.
War is the ultimate dichotomy. It divides and unites nations. The world eventually comes together and finds a solution to the end of war. History has shown that the end of conflict gives birth to centralised organisations such as the League of Nations, the United Nations, the Bank for International Settlements and the International Monetary Fund.
With countries’ national debts spiralling out of control and the greater volatility of currency markets, globalists are pining for a major catalyst that will require a monetary reset.
War triggers massive aggregate demand which leads to greater spending, the accumulation of debt which is “corrected” by tight fiscal policies. High inflation rates and currency volatility set the conditions for the final push in the establishment of a monetary reset.
These are conditions that will stifle the nationalist movement and encourage nations to once again, come together as one. Set aside secessionist dreams for the benefit of an entire planet.
So now you have the rhetoric surrounding an impending war with North Korea:
From White House National Security Adviser, H.R. McMaster:
“North Korea is the greatest immediate threat to the United States. The potential for war is increasing every day.”
From U.S. Senator and retired Air Force Colonel Lindsey Graham:
“Families of U.S. military personnel should be moved out of South Korea for their own safety. We are getting closer to military conflict.”
Even China, North Korea’s long-time ally, has stated that if Pyongyang launches the first attack, it would not stand in the way of a U.S. attempt to change its regime.
So is the world close to a war with North Korea? Only if the globalists say so. Meanwhile the U.S. has sent three aircraft carriers to the Korean Peninsula. Combat exercises designed to simulate an invasion of North Korea are being conducted with the involvement of more than 230 aircraft and 12,000 military personnel.