Interview 1849 – Government Sachs Enters Geopolitics – #NewWorldNextWeek

by | Nov 10, 2023 | Interviews, Videos | 17 comments

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Episode 453 – Don’t Worry! The Border Problem is About to be Solved!

Story #3: NJ Parents File Federal Class Action Lawsuit Challenging State’s Secret Retention Of Newborn Blood For 23 Years

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  1. I saw James P’s Cat pass by the door, twice. I Adopted two Cats last Dec after a good friend’s brother in law died one month after getting a Covid shot, and made these Cats Orphans. The Cats I adopted would be in the camera, as they seem to get into everything.
    Anyway, the NJ Blood Story is very telling of just how Trusting (Gullible) people (sheeple) are. I just read a story on how “23andme” (DNA analyzers) are selling their data to GSK (see link below)
    All they have to do now is sort out the good slave genes from the bad slave genes and design a Shot that eliminates those with the Bad slave Genes. Oh yes, and they will call this progress, or saving humanity, or something to make themselves feel good about doing bad.
    Back when I was in College they required Engineers and Scientists to take electives so that they would be well rounded enough as to not go out and create Frankenstein or something worse. Today I think we have “Educated” people with no moral conscience and the world has gone mad because we have too much power in the wrong hands.

  2. banks reducing elderly cash access in japan: “do you think the teller is gonna be saying “are you sure xyz,,,””

    yup. as they say, “sure as hell”

    Last year I worked as builder for a woman in her late seventies. She preferred to pay cash, so she’d make a trip to the bank every 2 weeks or so. The first time she asked (always less than $5000) for a withdrawel, the teller subjected her to a questionaire, and then three times asked if she “was sure” and didnt want to change her mind”,,, The next few times I went with her, to validate who I was which helped a little,, damn little but. by the 3rd time I’d been there, the teller (same lady, its a small town) was still going through the routine and never fully decided that I really was this lady’s builder..).

    when I questioned her behavior, she replied that it was a new policy the bank had for protecting elderly…

  3. RE: Story #2 – Bank Cards

    Thursday Aug 9 – by Eric Abetz at The Epoch Times – ZeroHedge
    Aussie Telco Blackout Chaos Proves Cash Still Remains King

    The Optus blackout proves that a small glitch in the system can cause total mayhem in a cashless society…
    Australians experienced that truism when telco giant Optus had a substantial outage on Nov. 8, resulting in a stop to call services and any bank card transactions for several hours.

    In short, the mayhem, frustration, and missed opportunities piled up in all quarters.

    Some businesses, like the call centres for the banks, may have breathed a sigh of relief given they could not field calls from concerned customers after they suffered another 0.25 percent interest rate hike the day before, courtesy of the Reserve Bank of Australia.

    However, for most people and small businesses, it spelled disaster. The ever so convenient “tap and go” method of making payment was removed. And without warning.

    It’s a timely reminder to us all that carrying cash may be a sensible thing to do for occasions such as that experienced on Nov. 8.
    Such outages have happened in the past and will happen in the future. So the wise counsel is to be prepared.
    Speaking of which, it is making more and more sense to use cash as retailers and banks continue charging for the use of cards and “tap and go”—to which we were all seduced by its ease and promised “no extra costs.”

    Remember when Automatic Teller Machines (ATM) delivered you cash free of charge because it saved the bank from paying wages?…
    …Yet once enough of us had been lured into ATMs, rather than real live human tellers behind a counter in a local branch, banking staff was then cut and branches closed. Then, fees started to be charged at the ATM….

    • Recent BANK Anecdote: Inter-bank transfers glitched

      My son told me this yesterday.
      The construction business he works with pays weekly in order to help all the employees. Typically, employees have the funds deposited directly into their account. The business banks with a large Texas based regional bank. (155 branches)

      But there was a glitch in the banking system.
      The employee paychecks were not hitting their accounts if they banked at another bank.
      The bank was on speaker phone while the bosses were trying to sort things out. So my son heard everything.
      The office was scrambling to cut written checks for everyone, and at the same time canceling the original digital version.

      On the speaker phone, the bank said that the problem was not just with their bank, but with other banks also.

      I wonder if it had to do with FedNow.
      I think that I had read an article which talked about FedNow and the older computer systems in the banking industry. Evidently, banks can have problems on their old systems with FedNow.

      Thursday July 20 – Associated Press
      Your paycheck could clear faster now that the FedNow instant payment service for banks has launched

    • Here ATMs charge fees only if you use another bank’s ATM. And while I appreciate some face to face time, I do remember getting stuck at long queues at the bank, back when I was a kid.

      Come to think of it, I haven’t seen such long queues anywhere in a good long while. If a queue does form somewhere, it’s usually due to people taking it easy. I guess depopulation, aging population and proclivity toward laziness do add up to have a detrimental effect.

  4. I would like to draw your attention to a very informative book by Dr. Fadi Lama:

    It is also discussed on YouTube:

    I would very much appreciate a show with you hosting Dr. Lama.
    Come to that, you may also find it profitable to invite Andrej Martyanov on geopolitical issues …

  5. Great episode guys!

    The banksters are becoming more and more obvious with their schemes.

  6. Thanks for the shout out on Morning Monarchy JEP!

    (for anyone that wants to listen to the episode: )

    I dig that line you said in reference to my book about treating your fridge like your medicine cabinet and your medicine cabinet like your fridge. 🙂

    Much love and big respect from the North!


    I also wanna check in with any Corbetteers (who are also Media Monarchy members) and ask if you would be interested in me doing a monthly recipe segment on a Media Monarchy broadcast? If so, what type of recipes would you appreciate being included? Thanks!

  7. Since most people don’t read much at all, the invention of the Internet has at least offered access to information that has been around for nearly 200 years…

    “Permit me to issue and control the money of a nation, and I care not who makes its laws.”
    – Amschel Mayer Rothschild 1838
    – – – – – – – – – – – – –
    “I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies…The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the Government, to whom it 
properly belongs.”

    – Thomas Jefferson

    – – – – – – – – – – – – –
    “If the people only understood the rank injustice of our Money and Banking system, there would be a revolution before morning.”

    – Andrew Jackson
- – – – – – – – – – – – –
    “Whoever controls the volume of money in any country is absolute master of all industry and commerce.”
    – James A. Garfield
    – – – – – – – – – – – – –
    “A power has risen up in the government greater than the people themselves, consisting of many and various powerful interests, combined in one mass, and held together by the cohesive power of the vast surplus in banks.”
    – John C. Calhoun, Vice President of the United States
    – – – – – – – – – – – – –
    “We will have a world government whether you like it or not. The only question is whether that government will be achieved by conquest or consent.”

    (Banker Paul Warburg, 2/17/50 as he testified before the U.S. Senate)

    – – – – – – – – – – – – –
    “Our goal is to gradually absorb the wealth of the world.”
- Cecil Rhodes, a Freemason.

    – – – – – – – – – – – – –
    Zbigniew Brzezinski (Morning Joe’s father in law)
    Between Two Ages: America’s Role in the Technetronic Era (written 50 years ago)

    “People, governments and economies of all nations must serve the needs of multinational banks and corporations.”
    – – – – – – – – – – – – –
    A min of brilliance from the late John Trudel I recorded at La Pena Cafe in Berkeley, 1980 at an organization meeting for the Long Walk For Survival:

    JOHN TRUDEL MAY 1980 (speech)

  8. About children’s blood samples, this is an outrage, of course. Can’t believe peops fall for this stuff.

    In our state, if you have your baby with a midwife, she won’t take blood samples of any kind. I don’t know if that’s true in the whole country, but worth asking when you interview midwives.

    I know a couple who recently had a baby. They went to a midwife who made no unnecessary interventions, then were trying to find a pediatrician to placate in-laws who aren’t “on the same page.” The couple was summarily fired from the first practice for not jabbing, and summarily fired from the second for no pku test, despite religious exemptions. Oh well, they don’t really care. Baby is robust, healthy little guy, growing so fast I can’t believe it.

    Please don’t give in to the baloney. You not only bring yourself down, you are threatening your children and everyone else–literally. That is the lesson from the coveed episode.

  9. I mentioned close to a year ago now that a major bank here in Canada started to pull the plug on tellers at their banks!
    So if you want cash you are forced to get it from an ATM machine.
    They claimed the move was to get the younger generation more used to “Digital banking”. Yeah sure.

    re: James E.P.’s beer story.
    Sometimes they use the “no change” reply as a means to pocket the difference.

    It’s bad enough that they tag newborns with a birth certificate and social ID number. Stealing their blood without their consent (or their parents’) is simply criminal and quite frankly abhorrent.

  10. The catto pulls another doozie, if only this informantion could some land on undeaf ears

    this happened because the state pooled all the money it took in, spent it on other stuff, and promised to put it back later. this is a convenient strategy for big spenders looking to pass the buck intergenerationally by effectively plundering the pension fund to splurge today and let tomorrow come once they are long gone (classic political gambit that it is) but it’s ponzi, pure and simple. there was never really any viable off ramp here save calamity.

    • That quote says a lot.
      One could literally write a “State” Playbook.
      Those who rise to the top within the system…they certainly understand these type of unwritten axioms of “success” in how to play the game.

    • Seems the USA is quite able to pay Ukrainian pensions, and I highly doubt the citizens over there contribute anything. Wonder what those charts in the “cattitude” link above would look like for Ukraine? Or Israel without US tax dollars?

      • “Tax dollar” is a misnomer. Much of those funny money bills are nothing but flatulence. They have been conjured up into existence out of nothing. Not even printed, just added to balance sheets by the ruling (on their level) banking “elite”.

  11. The storing of blood samples by the state reminds me of the often-cited “whac-a-mole” game. Once you get control of the samples, I’m sure the data from them is still with the state which is another issue to deal with. “You want your samples back or be destroyed within 2 years? Sure, but the data goes to the Pentagon”.

  12. You should make car window stickers. Not that many people are going to see my laptop or guitar case. Get the word out!

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