Extraordinary Times, Intentional Collapse, and Takedown of the U.S.A., By Richard C. Cook

Long but excellent . . .


Extraordinary Times, Intentional Collapse, and Takedown of the U.S.A.

By Richard C. Cook

Global Research, April 30, 2008

Much has been written about whether a worldwide plan exists to control events and steer them in the direction profitable to an elite of the rich and powerful. Is this a “conspiracy theory”? While it is difficult to be specific about who exactly may be behind such a conspiracy, if it exists, it is at least clear that the privately-managed system of global financial capitalism gives ample opportunity for the world’s richest people to combine for their mutual benefit. Further, global financial capitalism itself is based on the monopolization of money-creation by a world banking system that is largely privately owned, even while working through the central banks of the largest and most prosperous nations. This article postulates the existence of a coordinated and longstanding matrix set up by the controllers of money to dominate the movements of history. The article focuses particularly on what seems to have been an attack that has been going on for over a century against the independence of the nations of Russia and the U.S. The article also suggests a series of monetary reforms whereby the U.S. , or any other nation, can regain its economic identity and preserve its political freedom. The article was written a short distance from the reconstructed colonial capitol building in Williamsburg , VA. On this site on May 15, 1776, the Fifth Virginia Convention voted unanimously to instruct its delegation at the Second Continental Congress in Philadelphia to enter a motion for independence. It may be time to do that again.

Russian philosopher P.D. Ouspensky (1878-1947) wrote, “It is a mistake to think the times we are living in are like any other. These are extraordinary times.”

Ouspensky, with his mentor, G.I. Gurdjieff, escaped from Russia after the Bolshevik Revolution, during the Russian Civil War. Though academia has failed to acknowledge it, this epochal convulsion was financed in part through the monetary resources of the international financial elite operating out of London, Amsterdam, New York, Paris, Hamburg, and Frankfurt.

It was this elite, acting through Western banks, which appears to have surreptitiously provided the wherewithal for Lenin and Trotsky to destroy the Russian nation after the fall of the Tsarist regime at the end of World War I. Support by the Western financiers is discussed by Dr. Matthew Raphael Johnson in his revisionist history, The Third Rome: Holy Russia, Tsarism & Orthodoxy. (The Foundation for Economic Liberty , Washington , D.C., 2003)

The present analysis postulates that the takeover of Russia, whose backbone was the alliance among the House of Romanoff, the Orthodox Church, the land-owing nobility, and thousands of self-governing peasant communes, was one of two major projects which the financiers set out to accomplish early in the 20th century in a longer-range plan to dominate the globe. The other was the control and eventual destruction of the United States of America. That project may be reaching fruition through the ongoing and seemingly purposeful financial meltdown of 2008.

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Is this Capitalism - or Debt Serfdom?

I just posted a similar blog on this subject at Restore The Republic called Capitalism - or Debt Serfdom? We need to educate the public about who our struggle is really against.

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Not just finance capital

The problem in not just financial capital, an idea strongly promoted by Larouche, et. al. Rather, it is the system of Capitalism, period. It's not just the money lenders. It's the CEOs of giant agribiz which transforms entire populations into serfs. It is military contractors who profit off of human misery. It is the process of destroying the planet in the drive to mine and harvest raw commodities so that mass quantities of useless junk can be sold to masses of people through a spiritually void mass consumer culture. I could certainly go on and on, but the point is that the captains of capitalist industry are every much a part of the global elite as their banker brethren.


Good comments.

You mention "the drive to mine and harvest raw commodities so that mass quantities of useless junk can be sold to masses of people through a spiritually void mass consumer culture."

I think these words give us all lots to work on -- and I certainly include myself in that observation.

I am looking for ways to simplify. Hope others are also.

Thanks for the post.

Social credit, and responsibe capitalism.

I have been following Mr. Cook for sometime now and his ideas regarding social credit have sunk in and seem to make sense. The mature businesses in this country were created by "we the people" with our collective backs and brains etc. Now the US workers have been outsourced to slave labor countries without regard to safe working conditions, environmental safety, or a living wage. The resulting profits are sent straight up to top level management. The original workers who built these companies and the new slave laborers are given either minimal or no consideration. The original workers, the new slave labor, the planet all suffer while the oligarchy gets richer and the gap between the haves and have nots gets bigger and bigger. The US citizens were told it was always democracy vs communism and the reality is that capitalism took over the world without regard to political systems. Now it has become capitalism of exploitation, greed, disaster, and corruption that has evolved from the honest days pay, safety enhanced environment , based on reasonable profits type which was created by this great people. Globalization is the new phrase for exploiting labor to poor countries without regard to human rights or democratic principles. This is where it all goes wrong! Americans who created this great country based on human rights and democratic ideas have let our leaders sell us out in trade agreements which don't require these democratic ideas and human rights. Instead of exporting the democracy which we are all so proud of and which really could help change the world for the better.