“The first truth is that the liberty of a democracy is not safe if the people tolerate the growth of private power to a point where it becomes stronger than their democratic state itself. That, in its essence, is fascism — ownership of government by an individual, by a group, or by any other controlling private power.” 
Without central bankers, governments can’t wage war nor could they have cratered their economies during Event Covid, using banks to pick up the tab.
Such rash acts scare lenders away and undermine governments’ ability to borrow. Only private central banks hold carrot and stick as the direct buyer of government debt and the creators of money. With power to punish governments, they are also the enablers. Wars generate a long-term income stream, and opportunities for brokerage, commissions and to pick up assets on the cheap. Ditto The Great Reset. 
Since the Ides of March 2020, the Federal Rerserve has created $8.67 trillion. That’s eight trillion, six hundred and seventy billion — or 8,670,000,000,000 U.S. dollars. 
Prof Richard Werner has explained in detail how the privately-owned central banks prepared for Event Covid. They came up with “Going Direct,” the plan of close-linked investors such as BlackRock, who among them control more than $34 trillion in assets. The banks would channel the $8 trillion in newly-created money direct to corporate investors to “support the economy.” The plan was in place before Event Covid. 
Build Back Better implies laying waste to the economy, for you can only “build back” what has been flattened. The shuttering of the small and mid-size business sector is a part of this plan. Meanwhile Amazon and the “big box” stores have stayed open, diverting the bulk of retail spending to the billionaires.
War and Reset have much in common, both in the scorched earth policy, the plunder of Main Street and the declared outcome that the masses shall “own nothing and be happy,” like slaves. Politicians loudly march towards an Event Covid vaccine mandate, “an offer you can’t refuse.” Like that made to prisoners of war, it is: comply or starve.
If Event Covid employs the financial structure, strategy and psychology of war, what outcomes do private central banks seek from this Reset?
See Moneycircus, Dec 8, 2021 — Bankers Prance To War, Part 2: Enter high-steppin' Alexander Hamilton, Globalist hero
Dec 4, 2021
The people face great danger when economic systems collapse. They may be starved of jobs and food. Or fed into war’s meat grinder by politicians seeking to deflect, bankers to profit and monarchs to carve up nations anew. In our time, darker portents disfigure the skies.
It’s bad enough when the economy works. Since 2020 people have discovered that doctors don’t always put healing first, nor priests, souls. Officially-sanctioned food and drugs can poison our body, and social networks infect the mind. Media delivers up daily paeans to consumption that ravages forest and ocean. And the industrialists have the chutzpah to blame us for nature’s despoliation.
No-one has accounted honestly for the stock market crashes of 2000 and 2008. Ignoring patterns of monetary manipulation going back to 1929 and earlier (See J.K. Galbraith), politicians and bankers tipped ever-greater barrow loads of money into the gap between price and value, speculative and productive — until peak dysfunction.
The International Monetary Fund rarely comments on the economy but it can’t ignore stranded cargo ships, energy shortages and the world’s manufacturer, China, facing a landslide of debt. Stocks whipsaw as rising inflation leads central bankers to talk publicly about draining money from the market and limiting wage growth.
IMF chief Kristalina Georgieva peered into her blog on Dec 2 and foresaw “economic collapse in some countries unless G20 creditors agree to accelerate debt restructurings and suspend debt service.”
In the U.S. cratering approval ratings bode ominously for midterms, let alone the general election in 2024. The buzz in the Capitol is that the incumbent troupe may soon be retired, but replacing the cast may not suffice. Much of the population could lose faith in the electoral system.
Pessimists or realists postulate the United States splitting into a reconstituted South: Florida, Texas, New Mexico, Georgia, Tennessee, Missouri, the Carolinas, perhaps branching north through Montana, the Dakotas and Wyoming to Alberta.
The U.S. is uniquely structured for such an outcome and maybe it’s not just idle whisky talk to speculate how civil war could be avoided if the jabbed states bisect the rest, from California through Colorado to the East Coast and DC.
Whither NATO in such a scenario, as a Green German coalition unleashes a fresh drive towards European federalism, complete with a new Union Army?
The fact that in all corners of the globe technocrats sing from the same hymn book is no guarantee of success or permanence. The universal political hymnal, the new authorized world order edition, is no more convincing than the spluttering scowls of premiers Down Under — it speaks less of determination than desperation. Behind them, the vested interests may reach for that political ruse: “Don’t blame you, don’t blame me. Blame the man behind the tree.”
I discussed on Nov 30 that this could mean war between China and the U.S. or more likely Ukraine and Russia. Real or not, a limited conflict could benefit both sides, disguising the fundamental gutting and reformation of society — and the dismantling of nation states.
The monstrous timeline foreshadowed in The SPARS Pandemic 2025-2028: A Futuristic Scenario to Facilitate Medical Countermeasure Communication, tracks events fairly closely, even if it is the obvious, eager projection of academics and corporations. Who can forget Event 201?
Any attempt to impose mandatory vaccination would quickly escalate to the arrest of oppositional dissenters — which might require a pretext for martial law. Digital nirvana or slavery, depending on your perspective, would attract similar backlash. The decisive phase of Build Back Better would level the economy to the ground.
Medical and digital control in a dematerialized economy requires a series of great shocks. To a manager the word means replacing physical records with paperless. To a humanist it means vaporising society and culture, and many of those who live in it.
In order to persuade people to “own nothing and be happy,” to give their data to corporations — not just driving licence but birth certificate, medical and insurance records, physical attributes and mental weaknesses, crimes and misdemeanors — a person must be wrangled into circumstances where they beg to be released.
This is no “problem, reaction, solution” but the stripping to the bone, mentally and emotionally, of a target who is rendered psychologically a blank sheet.
To turn people into blank sheets, much neuro-chemical research was done by U.S. military institutes and famously the Central Intelligence Agency in its MK-Ultra project (1953-73). By official accounts it failed to recreate a functional automaton such as The Manchurian Candidate (movie, 1962) but did succeed in blank sheets and brainwashing. See the work of D. Ewen Cameron at McGill University.
The psychological insights gained by these projects are embedded in today’s events, not least through MK-Ultra collaborator and novelist Aldous Huxley. 
Like his brother, UNESCO founder Julian, Aldous was a luminary of the psychedelic galaxy that is the Carnegie Foundation (1905) and Endowment (1910) Rockefeller Foundation (1913), Ford Foundation (1936), Bilderberg (1954), Club of Rome (1968), World Economic Forum (1971) and Trilaterals (1973) ad astra.
Just as the pincer movement is a masterpiece in military strategy, so in geopolitical reshaping. Many of the governance proposals that are being introduced in the West were first trialed and perfected abroad: in Bolshevik Russia, the destruction of the family; in Nazi Germany, IBM’s racial profiling; in Vietnam, the Phoenix Program and Fusion Doctrine; in China, the Great Leap Forward.
China’s Leap was the planned reshaping of the economy in just four years, intended to reset its economic base, update people, impose a unified science from above and centralize control of all agricultural and economic activity.
“Apart from their other characteristics, the outstanding thing about China’s 600 million people is that they are “poor and blank”. This may seem a bad thing, but in reality it is a good thing. Poverty gives rise to the desire for change, the desire for action and the desire for revolution. On a blank sheet of paper free from any mark, the freshest and most beautiful words can be written, the freshest and most beautiful pictures can be painted.”
— Mao Zedong, "Introducing a Co-operative" (Apr 1958).
In the name of a warped scientism, mimicking that of Trofim Lysenko in the USSR, experienced scientists were denounced by technocrats who used psychological manipulation to speed their agenda. They set people against each other: the result was mass murder and famine of as many as 50 million people. 
Maoist “mobilization of emotions” took three forms, each applied at a specific point in the campaign:
feelings of victimhood and indignation to drive struggle
a sense of redemption to create guilt in pursuit of reform
themes of emancipation to rouse euphoria in social transformation
When motivating citizens, passion was as important as content. The party encouraged cadres to personalize, magnify and moralize in order to propagate ideas. 
You may hear echoes from the leading psychologist on the UK’s Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE), Prof Susan Michie — a luminary of the Communist Party of Britain.
There are parallels with the UK government’s MINDSPACE document (2010) and the Behavioural Insights Team manipulating the population during Event Covid. Or You may recall the campaigns financed by billionaire foundations such as Antifa, BLM and the Young Global Shapers movement of the World Economic Forum.
As for censorship, Twitter is already preparing to crack down on dissent, while portraying the faux left as dissidents, even though the actions of this “left” coincide with the aims of financier and corporate sponsors.
Note Twitter’s distinction between dissent (disagreeing with the government/corporations) and dissident (supporting the government/corporations). Only the former will be banned. Already parents who protest against cultural reprogramming in schools are branded “terrorists.” 
What difference does it make?
“Is there any means known more effective than war, assuming you wish to alter the life of an entire people? And [the Carnegie Foundation] conclude that, no more effective means to that end is known to humanity, than war. So then, in 1909, they raise the second question, and discuss it, namely, how do we involve the United States in a war?” — Testimony of Norman Dodd, Chief Investigator to the Reece Commission, 1954. 
Nowadays there are ways more effective than war to alter the life of an entire people. That is the premise of The Great Reset. The jargon of technology may be cutting-edge but the desire for taxation and slavery is as old as the hills.
Earlier empires like the Seleucid and the Roman are often called tributary but we now know that the Persian Achaemenid imposed a system of taxation based on silver coinage — the draining of which may have crippled the economy of Babylon. 
Millennia later the young United States would be purposely crippled by a silver shortage, in an attempt to create depression and thus the demand — problem, reaction, solution — for the perceived “stability” of a private central bank.
But first it would set up a national currency in keeping with the federated constitution in which power resided with the states. Lincoln established a decentralized but federally-regulated national banking system. Civil War notes were first backed by gold but rising costs and a shortage led to a dilemma: the government would have to go into long-term debt to foreign creditors — or it could print its own money.
Congress authorized the first paper currency issued directly by the federal government, greenbacks, under the Legal Tender Act of 1862.
International bankers resisted Lincoln’s national currency program, demanding a private monopoly on the issuance of currency, based on the gold standard, as they already had established through the Bank of England and the Banque de France.
Lincoln’s greenbacks did not long outlive him. In Apr 1865 he was assassinated. Not since Lincoln has the U.S. issued debt-free U.S. notes. Eight years later, in 1873, silver was demonetized, placing the nation on the gold standard.
Gold would, it turned out, be only a stepping stone to a privately-owned central bank issuing fiat currency. And now we stand on the cusp of the next transition.
Tax as submission
War being the greatest generator of debt, countries are manipulated into conflict so they can be broken politically and placed permanently under the yoke of interest. It has been thus long before the Mongols, the Hittites, the Romans or the Assyrians.
Both tribute and tax are historically the raison d'être for sovereignty and thus signify submission to a ruler or a tribe. Taxation is thus symbolic of subjugation.
From time to time nations loose their shackles but history has never confronted the current prospect of digital bondage from which we may not be free even in death.
Central banks claim they exist to keep inflation low and maintain full employment. Think again: they are private banks — does that sound like the ambition of a private business! Inflation profits them, being redistribution from the mass to the few. Inflation is not a bug but a feature.
The founders of the United States knew the evil of the private central banks. Ben Franklin said it was the real cause of the revolution. As for tea, Americans would grudgingly have paid the tax if they’d been left with their own currency, he said.
The establishment of the privately-owned Bank of England allowed the nation to embark on four costly wars by the mid-1700s. Britain decided to repay the debt by extracting tax from its American colonies. Since the Napoleonic wars, bankers have lent to both sides in major wars.
They say the Devil’s greatest trick is to persuade you he doesn’t exist. The banker’s trick is to persuade you he lends his own money. In fact, central banks operate a ledger on which they credit government based on its ability to milk taxpayers for the interest. This means private central bankers have an inbuilt bias towards big government.
From this formula almost everything flows: the type of money; the imposition of taxes; the degree of corruption in politics; control of the press necessary to obscure the power behind the throne; and the redistributive effect of inflation.
Because central banks can expand and contract the money supply they create booms, pumping up asset prices, calling in debts and seizing hard assets. With each crash, the banker stands at the green baize table as the croupier sweeps the chips to his corner.
It a battle for the wallet and soul of humanity that has continued for almost as long as civilization itself. At root the postmodernists are right: it really is about the will to power. In pursuit of which everything — the most cherished work, leisure or family life — are as nothing. The critical theorists know this well for they imbibed this same sociopathic mindset, in the same cultural maelstrom, as those European bankers. As Marx to his wife’s von Westphalen family, they are two sides of the same coin.
The stage is set for the move from paper money to digital. The idea is sold to the people as convenience but that hides a crucial point.
Digital money is tied to a person’s identity. Money can be added to, or subtracted from, their account directly. With physical money you have the choice to spend or not. In a time of deflation you can hoard cash. During inflation you may buy solid assets. With digital money there is no escape — your income will be debited directly.
Lose the ability to control your spending and freedom of movement and you, as an individual, are no different to the property of the bank. Not since slavery have people been so branded.
It’s all fair game to the banker, in war and lawfare. It’s time to fight for our freedom.
Thomas Paine — I prefer peace. But if trouble must come, let it come in my time, so that my children can live in peace.
 FDR, 1938 — Message to Congress on Curbing Monopolies
 Imad A. Moosa, 2019 — The Economics of War
 QE during Event Covid, as of Nov 16, 2021 — Statista
 BlackRock, Oct 2019 — Going direct: How central banks could deal with the next downturn
 Robert Mather, Psychology Today, 2020 — Aldous Huxley’s Dystopian Mind Control
 Jemimah Steinfeld, Index on Censorship — China’s deadly science lesson
 Yu Liu, Sage, 2010 — Modern China: Maoist Discourse
 Twitter, Nov 30, 2021 — Expanding our private information policy to include media
 Transcript of Norman Dodd Interview, 1982
 Kristin Kleber, 2015 — Taxation in the Achaemenid Empire
Brilliant. Now how do we stop it?
Tavistock was another of the Huxley brothers' association too, as I recall. leading to the Wellcome Trust. "All Rhodes Lead to (the Club of) Rome?"
Twitter has been infiltrated by one of the most obscene vultures Wall Street has to proffer. Paul Singer. Jack Dorsey's leaving just might have more to do with Singer's acquiring a significant stock bloc than meets the eye.
I'm up early once again against my wishes for better mental and physical health, 0230 hrs has become a semi-regular delineation point between REM sleep and worried consciousness. So, on goes the late night government radio, CBC, BBC; RN (Australia;) DW (Germany;) all coincidentally and curiously themed on 'conspiracy theory' re: Covid/Vaxxes and 'Russian aggression.' Even a twice-nodded to shout out to 5G as worthy of inclusion, and of course, China. Then some Latvian schmuck bemoaning the noble Ukrainians and how most of the NATO nations are "cowards" for not providing more lethal arms to its Nazis. (May his name be noted by concerned parties, along with that of the pathetic loon Jens Stoltenberg.)
Ah yes, Ewan MacGregor, not to leave out Sidney Gottlieb, the CIA's "Poisoner in Chief."
A longstanding CBC program called 'Ideas' has a readily available archive where one can find many tidbits re: MK-Ultra and such, Dr MacGregor is featured prominently in several episodes.
Curiously, and ongoingly so, the CBC still airs programming that shines a light on much of the era's CIA nefarious activities, from its and the Pentagon's/FBI's outright influence and actual determination of what kind of movies Hollywood made going back to the beginning of the Cold War (1.0,) and of course its ongoing financing and making major military assets available essentially for free. All those cowboy movies and Rock Hudson/Doris Day movies? Go figure. This while European movies were digging much deeper into what constitutes humanity and society. Even as the CIA was undermining any and all notions of actual erstwhile self-determining actual freedom-seeking. The imperial majesty of the USA in its post-WW II incipience, turning the tables of applied colonialism unto Europe and its nations so quite handily; and durably too, manufacturing a 'stuck between a rock and a hard spot' that the USSR became the linchpin thereof.
The tangled web a'weaving, a'weaving, a'weaving away...