The First Global Revolution – Implementing Globalization 2.0
The First Global Revolution – Implementing Globalization 2.0 by JC Collins – Philosophy of Metrics
Back in September of 2017, I wrote a piece titled “A Transcontinental Civil War?” where we explored the possibility of mass migration being the leading cause of a civil war which spanned across the borders of most Western nations. It was postulated that this civil war would be somewhat stage-managed to guide Western nations into accepting the broader mandates of Globalization and the United Nations non-sovereign framework for a world government.
The existence of such a strategy cannot be denied, nor can it be explained away by convenience labels such as conspiracy theorist. The open call for world government has reached new levels of openness and boldness. The use of the phrase “New World Order” has become something of an amusement to those who have found themselves in positions of power and influence. Even Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse has recently used the phrase in reference to the new world of blockchain and cryptocurrency based solutions which are being developed and deployed at an ever-increasing rate. The reason for choosing such a specific phrase is for verbal and communicative impact. It relays multiple messages across multiple demographics, and in all probability has a different meaning and social-construct depending on the constitution and dispensation of the person observing or listening.
The mass Western resistance to Globalization has been predictable and based in reason. The possibility of a cross-border civil war would be a direct result of such globalist policies, as we find the Yellow Vest protests in France to be ultimately about the broader ideas of globalization and less about none specific aspects of globalization, such as a fuel tax. In the article Globalization 2.0 and XRP we explored some of the concepts which may evolve from the fragmented Globalization 1.0. In recent weeks the narrative has shifted to support the Globalization 1.0 and 2.0 concept which I put forward in that article. It is now being suggested that while globalization, in its current form, has been a problem, globalism itself is built on sound principles and should not be discarded because the existing policies of globalization have failed to garner support across the populations of western nations.
Can you see the sleight-of-hand which takes place in the narrative? It is difficult to imagine that such narrative shifts aren’t engineered well in advance. Consider the recent suggestions by Hillary Clinton and John Kerry that the policies of mass migration should be reconsidered because of the rise of the far right as a direct response to that very mass migration. It took most liberal pundits by surprise but fits perfectly with our analyst of shifting the globalism narrative for the roll-out of Globalization 2.0.
The Yellow Vest protests which started in France have now spread to Canada, Belgium, Holland, Germany, Sweden, Britain, and even Lebanon. I’m sure there are other nations with small Yellow Vest groups forming and starting to protest as well. The point is made and the trend is clear. These protests will continue, as they are in France, to build in intensity and purpose. It will make implementing the policies of Globalization 1.0 impossible but will build the bridge to the policies of Globalization 2.0, which will have a heavy architecture built around blockchain services and cryptocurrency based value creation and transference systems, as discussed in Globalization 2.0 with XRP.
Somewhere back in 2014 (not sure whereas there are too many articles now to search through), I made a statement about the real threat of civil wars and revolutions. I suggested that once the spirit of revolution takes hold, the outcome can be swayed in almost any direction as competing interests will be leveraging to gain control over the mechanisms of that very revolutionary spirit. From a socioeconomic engineering aspect, it wouldn’t be difficult to stage manage a worldwide revolutionary response to the policies of Globalization 1.0 for the purpose of developing and implementing the response of Globalization 2.0 which can be injected into the revolutionary consciousness through the demands of the people themselves.
For many, such concepts will be associated with conspiracy theory but those that do so would be ignorant of history and how such socioeconomic engineering strategies have been used for centuries to shift the consciousness of mass populations and fragmented demographics. Discard such notions of conspiracy theory as the lazy term is now a projection of mental and intellectual weakness and adds little to the genuine discord which leads to a real and manageable understanding of the world and the mechanisms which build and operate the systems of Man. – JC
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