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Crisis Update: Africa’s Rebellion, Hawaii’s Destruction And Smart Cities
Former colonies say ‘non,’ and France wants to join BRICS
Gabon follows Niger in rebelling against finance capital; Senegal next
Macron says BRICS is ‘fragmenting’ the world – claims France would join
Fails to realise his bosses are targeting the West for destruction
The middle class may own nothing, but globalists will still own resources
Kissinger and Brzezinski laid out the plot for their student Klaus Schwab
A multi-generational project needs a timeless story line
Globalists crafted their narrative more than 100 years ago
H. G. Wells wrote of a Heat-Ray, incinerating humans with a noiseless flash
… and the alien invasion, yet to come
Depopulationist Dennis Meadows said a big population needs smart dictatorship
Enter Smart Cities: dictatorship, smart or stupid
A surveillance society requires Africa’s resources — a third of the world’s
Excerpt: “Build back better always implied destruction. As the people of Maui are seeing, you cannot build back before you first demolish. And “better” is in the eye of the beholder. The eye of a money grubber is always going to see land, the environment, a people and their culture very differently than a local or a tourist.”
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See also: “Plague, War, Famine... Africa Next — As war in Ukraine runs its course, the chaos makers may be shifting their focus” (Moneycircus, May 31, 2022).
Aug 31, 2023
Another African nation says “non” to its colonial masters. On the other hand, the indigenous peoples of Hawaii face expropriation, while those of the West wait on their fate.
Africa, Hawaii, France and the BRICS are connected, as is the destiny of Europe and the Americas, but not in the way the globalists would have you think.
Gabon and Niger, formerly part of the French empire, have both seen presidents overthrown in a little over a month.
In Senegal’s capital Dakar there have been protests at the pro-Western regime. Protests flare up in all its main cities, French flags are burned and chants of “France out; down with Macron.”
We delayed this commentary on Africa, because it can be difficult to relate to a single country, far away. When you get a trend that shifts the balance of power, it can no longer be ignored.
In the case of Niger, France and the U.S. have been posturing aggressively, trying to assemble a force of pliant African neighbours to invade and reset the economic relationship — for this is all about capital and resources.
In addition, the French president Emmanuel Macron has accused the BRICS alliance, led by Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, of threatening Western interests. He even suggested France had a right to join.
Gabon’s ruling family had led the country, rich in minerals and oil, for more than half a century. President Ali Bongo Ondimba was ousted following last week’s election.
These are rich countries — or should be. Gabon is also a leading exporter of manganese. Niger, whose government was overthrown in July, supplies 20 per cent of Europe’s uranium.
Neither country’s new leadership has threatened to disrupt exports but they could throw open the gates to competition, and French finance capital dominates both.
The second-largest continent, by area and population, shares a common predicament. French-speaking Africa is forced to use the CFA franc — once the franc of the French Colonies in Africa, now rebranded the Financial Community of Africa. Its value is pegged to the euro, putting monetary policy in the hands of the European Central Bank, or the aristocratic former imperial masters residing symbolically in the European Commission, in the most egregious imperial power, Belgium, which within living memories filled human zoos with Africans. 
If the single European currency caused labour in Portugal or Greece to become uncompetitive, imagine what it does to Africa!
African debt is denominated in foreign currency so, unlike the U.S. or European Union, it cannot simply print its way out of its obligation. It must earn every dollar or euro to repay its debt, and in order to achieve that it must export what the West wants, not what Africa’s people need.
And if they become too independent, in the use of mineral resources; if they stop growing crops for export, while importing grain; Africa’s leaders risk being deposed or assassinated. The World Bank and the International Monetary Fund exist to enforce that exploitation. The United Nations partnered with the World Economic Forum in June 2019 to “accelerate” the sustainable development goals.
Diamonds and gold
The continent of Africa has the richest concentration of natural resources in the world — some 30 per cent.
Briefly, some numbers: 90 per cent of chromium and platinum; 50 per cent of diamonds and 40 per cent of gold; it ranks first or second for bauxite, cobalt, phosphate, platinum metals, vermiculite and zirconium; in the energy group it has 20 per cent of uranium, up to 10 per cent of oil.
Of these minerals Niger and Namibia each account for more than 40 per cent of Africa’s uranium; the continent produces 60 per cent of manganese, South Africa being the largest, and Gabon the number two producer.
The obvious question is why aren’t standards of living higher. Corruption is one problem, another is that the exchange of wealth is rigged to benefit the colonial powers.
Another question is who, precisely, controls these resources and the corporations that profit from them. In many cases national government have a minority share. The mining industry is not controlled by multinational corporations in the same way as food and fast-moving consumer goods, with multiple shareholders. Mining tends to be run by consortia, and families, as we shall see.
Niger supplies most of the uranium for the French nuclear industry, which in turn generates most of France’s electricity.
Despite buying yellowcake uranium dirt cheap, France has some of the world's most expensive electricity prices.
This explains not only the plight of Africans but the destiny of Western populations in the Great Reset. This is the aristocratic banker imperial model in its most brutal terms.
The French state is financed by squeezing the people at both ends: paying the African worker the minimum and charging the French cityoen the maximum. It generates so much electricity that during peak times it exports it to the rest of Europe.
La différence finances the French military in order to pacify the Africans, and the gendarmerie to keep the cityoen in line.
The comedian Jimmy Dore gives a delightful elegant yet clear take. 
“France should have by far the cheapest electricity prices. Instead it sits in the middle of the pack (23 cents per kilowatt-hour). The takeaway is that someone is making a mint on France’s nuclear power generation, and it isn’t the people…
You tell me that France is ruled by greedy capitalist pr**ks just like America. That’s weird.”
The deal underpins the finances of the French government, giving it a AA2 bond rating (high, with a stable outlook) which means it can borrow more cheaply from… the same finance capitalists who mine the uranium and manganese. It is a squeeze or a racket — we’ll come to that in a moment.
The French state, it turns out, is a mechanism for the globalist finance capitalists, who entrap their African colonies (in all but name) in a relationship of servitude, thus benefiting the miners of resources, and using those profits to pay interest to the bankers who own the same mines.
In the eyes of the globalist cabal, Africa’s role is to use the U.S. dollar or the French franc-now-euro, send its children out to dig cobalt with their hands, give up energy that could develop their countries, and scrape by on windmills and solar panels.
Climate Change turns out to be just another way to impoverish Africans. The “average electricity use of a sub-Saharan African resident is lower than that of a household fridge in the US.” The real humanitarian crisis is energy, not the climate. 
We in the West let ourselves be conned into accumulating material wealth on credit which is a ploy by the same bankers to trap us in debt. Living beyond our means, it is easy for the government or the bankers to control us.
In Ukraine the finance capitalists of BlackRock and Vanguard are busy buying up some of the world’s richest farmland under the pretext of financing the war and reconstruction.
See: “Eurasia note #77 -Ukraine: The War Everyone Saw Coming; The dispossession of human and mineral in the service of Mammon” (Moneycircus, May 5, 2023)
In Hawaii the indigenous peoples have just been subjected to a holocaust — sacrifice by fire — a genocide upon an already depleted people… for their volcanic earth is also among the world’s most fertile, their island remote and untouchable except by the globalist-controlled military-pharmaceutical-digital-financial complex.
See “Crisis Update: Maui Land Grab Explains The Great Reset — Fourth in a series on depopulation” (Moneycircus, Aug 17, 2023)
A vulnerable people have been dispossessed by a syndicate that has no moral right only force inspired by the dictum, “do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law.”
No normal human could have done what was done to the people of Lahaina.
Coup de grâce
There are two interpretations, at least, of the change of government in African countries.
Globalists cannot implement their Smart Cities without control of Africa’s mineral resources. Any challenge to that control would be a serious blow to the WEF and the UN and World Bank which keeps the “colonies” in check.
On the other hand, whilst any loss of Africa’s resources would hurt France and the West, it would not hurt the owners.
Gabon is the world’s second largest producer of manganese used for steel making. The Rothschilds control about 65 per cent of it, through Comilog, the world’s 2nd-largest producer of the mineral.
The Rothschild mining company Eramet, a rapidly-growing, French-based mining and metallurgical group, has been under the control of the Rothschild family since the 19th century. It was founded in 1880 as Le Nickel, originally for the exploitation of nickel mines in New Caledonia, a French “special collectivity” in the southwest Pacific Ocean.
To those allergic to the individual naming of bankers, lay the name aside: just call it finance capital, regardless of name, origin or ethnicity.
In Gabon, Comilog has two major bases: transporting manganese from the Moanda mine and sintering plant to Owendo sea port. From there it is shipped to processing plants in France, Norway, and the US.
The Transgabonais railway transports the manganese ore across country, 670 kilometers (420 miles), beginning in Franceville. Its primary freight is manganese (65 percent) and logs (20 percent), but it also carries passengers.
Comilog has steel plants in Europe, North America and China making high performance steels and alloys. 
Disclosure: The author’s own family built a railway to serve Reynolds Brothers Sugar Estates of Esperanza in Natal, but it was only narrow gauge.
In terms of uranium, one of the major producers is Rio Tinto, a mining company headquartered in Melbourne, Australia, of which the Rothschilds had control from the 1880s onwards. While they may not operate in Niger, they would be concerned about competition.
Bear in mind that the Macleans article of 1956, “The Rothschilds’ Fabulous Stake In Canada,” much of it held through Rio Tinto, has been 404’d or taken down, though it is still available on the Internet Archive.
The Telegraph newspaper’s documentary on Canada, by Steven Edgington, is misleading since the reporter calls it a “former British colony.” Justin Trudeau on his inauguration swore to obey the British monarch and the Privy Council. 
Trudeau is snake, but he is a snake who serves the British monarch and his bankers. The Rothschilds control a huge swathe of Canada.
His boss King Charles announced the Great Reset on June 3, 2020. The “Woke nightmare” is a distraction while the middle class is destroyed; their wealth and land is seized, in a modern version of the Enclosures.
Keep it in the family
Mineral extraction has a high quotient of family ownership, partly due to the speculative nature of mineral exploration but also because ownership of resources can be kept in the family, while it offers an outsize opportunity to influence society. Heinz Kissinger said:
“Who controls the food supply controls the people; who controls the energy can control whole continents; who controls money can control the world.”
Kissinger, who was the author of National Security Study Memorandum 200: Implications of Worldwide Population Growth for U.S. Security and Overseas Interests (NSSM200), also known as the “Kissinger Report,” a directive of December 10, 1974, drew attention to the “need” for population reduction in “less developed countries.”
The work of Sasha Latypova and Katherine Watt has shown that the U.S. National Security Council is in charge of Covid policy, rather than Health and Human Services as we were told.
Zbigniew Brzezinski, former national security adviser under president Jimmy Carter, said:
“These new and old major powers face still another new reality… While the lethality of their power is greater than ever, their capacity to impose control over the politically awakened masses of the world is at a historical low.”
“In earlier times it was easier to control a million people than physically to kill a million people. Today it is infinitely easier to kill a million people than to control a million people.”
Klaus Schwab, co-founder of the World Economic Forum, was educated by Henry Kissinger. That tells you a lot about how he views the world in neo-feudal terms, limited to the European aristocratic imperialists, the sweatshops in Asia and the resources mined in Africa and the “dark” continents.
Kissinger and Brzezinski were financed by the Rockefellers to provide the intellectual gloss for the finance capitalists’ objectives. There were arguably deeper thinkers than Yuval Harari, whom Schwab has, in turn, given the role of sooth sayer.
President Macron, a former Rothschild banker, warned the expansion of BRICS could lead to a “fragmentation of the world” and the weakening of Europe. “The expansion of BRICS shows the intention to build a world order alternative to the current one, which is seen as too Western,” he told a gathering of ambassadors on Monday.
Tone deaf, he boasted of France’s colonial presence: “We are an Amazonian power through French Guiana. I would like Brazil and the powers in the region to accept our membership.”
Macron does not realise that the fragmentation will hurt France and the West. It won’t hurt the owners. Rothschild will still own two-thirds of Gabon’s manganese along with its “fabulous stake in Canada” and who know what else. Macron is being played by his masters.
At this stage the reader might exclaim, “already, enough of the Rothschilds.” But regard the connections.
One of the recent comments on Off-Guardian was about the “Nostradamesque” prescience of George Orwell. People forget that Aldous Huxley taught Orwell, then Eric Blair, at Eton, and that Aldous’ brother, Julian Huxley, was a founder of the United Nations and UNESCO in particular.
Was Orwell given an insight into the UN plan? “The Orwell Archive at University College London contains undated notes about ideas that evolved into Nineteen Eighty-Four. The notebooks have been deemed ‘unlikely to have been completed later than January 1944,’ and ‘there is a strong suspicion that some of the material in them dates back to the early part of the war’.” 
Besides it was not Orwell but H. G. Wells’ vision that foresaw the technology of control:
Martians in The War of the Worlds (1898) unleash what Wells called a Heat-Ray, a super weapon capable of incinerating helpless humans with a noiseless flash of light.
In Men Like Gods (1923) people communicate exclusively through wireless systems that employ a combination of voicemail and email.
In When the Sleeper Wakes (1899), the protagonist awakens after 200 years in a dystopian London in which people have audio books, air travel television yet are oppressed and denied justice.
The Island of Dr. Moreau (1896) introduces a chimera of man and beast.
A Modern Utopia (1905) foresees a one world government. 
One weapon that Wells’ predicted that has not yet been unleashed. Wells’ bombs exploded for days, weeks or months depending upon their size, “as the elements in them furiously radiated energy during their degeneration and in the process created mini-volcanoes of death and destruction.”
Wells did not predict, rather he followed deductive reasoning or “inductive history”: assessing data, and then challenging the orthodox narrative; reformulating the internally-valid explanation, to come to different conclusions. Of course they would never call this “revising” the account because that would sound like revisionist historians, whom establishment derides as conspiracy theorists. Revisionism, however, it is.
This method is not taught in schools. Wells was close to the social engineers who comprised the Fabians and the Alfred, Lord Milner’s circle, who were financed by...... ... the Rothschilds, as hinted in Carroll Quigley’s The Anglo American Establishment (written in 1949 and published posthumously in 1981).
Wells’ “The Rights of Man” (1940), and his draft declarations on the topic were used to help write the formal UN document.
See “Vaccines Withdrawn, Penalties Too... But The Project?” (Moneycircus, Apr 8, 2023)
The inductive method is practical, it might be called Praxis, for it comprises three steps: observation, interpretation and application.
Social engineers might study, for example, how the Enclosures imprisoned society while simultaneously subverting the definition of private property. It ended the practice of the people holding land in common by fencing it off. The fence might seem at first to keep the people out... making what was once the Commons, private. But by depriving people from access to farming and hunting, it actually fenced the people in. It imprisoned them.
By depriving the people of their livelihoods, it made them dependent on the landowner for employment. Since the land was held in common, the people were not technically expropriated, since they had not owned the land individually. However it deprived them of the most fundamental description of property: the ability to feed body and soul, the foremost private property is the integrity of one’s body.
The social engineers of the Rockefellers, Rothschilds and Rex have observed history and they have decided to repeat it. The Great Reset and Build Back Better is nothing less than a modern repeat of the Enclosures.
Today we are herded towards Smart Cities — but what does Smart mean? Professor Dennis Meadows, one of the authors of The Limits To Growth (1972), and a leading depopulationist, said the world’s population should be one or two billion. It could support eight or nine billion only in some sort of “smart dictatorship, but dictatorships are stupid. They are never smart.”
Enter Smart Cities: dictatorship, smart or stupid.
Most of Lahaina is now behind an eight-foot fence to stop reporters or relatives entering. Internet and cell service is blocked, drones are jammed.
Bureaucrats cannot hide evidence of the attack in residential districts that did not fully burn and are not fenced off, like behind Lahainaluna High School. There, among the untouched houses: cars that literally melted.
An insurance investigator said the temperatures had to have exceeded 3000 degrees F or 1600 C: the melting point of glass, which indeed melted on some cars. Apart from the fuel in the petrol tank, there is no accelerant that could melt aluminium, let alone steel and glass. All that remains is the thick steel frame and the sheet metal.
Hawaiian Electricity Company, owned by BlackRock and Vanguard, claims it cut the power six hours before the fire, disputing claims that downed power lines caused the fire. If the power lines did not start the fire, what did?
Build back better always implied destruction. As the people of Maui are seeing, you cannot build back before you first demolish. And “better” is in the eye of the beholder.
The eye of a money grubber is always going to see land, the environment, a people and their culture very differently than a local or a tourist.
That is why a beautiful small town, a gem beside the emerald-blue waters of Hawaii, burned to the ground, after children were sent home from school, a world-leading siren network failed to sound, the emergency officials were attending a FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) emergency conference on another island, the water system was turned off, the fire department failed to arrive, fire ships from Pearl Harbor U.S. naval base failed to sail, and police blocked exit roads and even diverted drivers off the highway into Lahaina’s fire storm.
President Joe Biden confirmed this week that FEMA’S “chief federal response coordinator” Bob Fenton was on the ground in Maui before the fires stated.
FEMA is not locating missing persons in Maui but holding employee training on white supremacy, diversity, equity, and inclusion. It has already come under fire for housing public servants in five-star hotels at up to $,1000 a night. 
The World Economic Forum declared its intention to make Hawaii the first state to run entirely on clean energy, and to make Maui a Smart Island.
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 Wikipedia — CFA franc
 Jimmy Dore, Aug 10, 2023 — Let Them Eat YellowCake
 Princess Mthombeni, IOL ZA, Jul 12, 2023 -- Africa is prosecuted for a crime it did not commit
 IDE-Jetro — Rothschilds’ Eramet Comilog
 Steven Edgington, Telegraph, Aug 30, 2023 — Canada's woke nightmare: A warning to the West | Documentary
 Wikipedia — Nineteen Eighty-Four
 Brian Handwerk, Smithsonian Mag, 2016 — The Many Futuristic Predictions of H.G. Wells That Came True
 Washington Free Beacon, Aug 25, 2023 — FEMA Holds Employee Trainings on ‘White Supremacy’ As More Than 1,000 Hawaiians Remain Missing