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The Next Trick; Disaster Capitalism, Climate Change and Iminent Domain
For many years, our friend and colleague Catherine Austin Fitts has been warning about something she has been calling “disaster capitalism,” the use (or creation) of crises of opportunity to bankrupt one’s opponents and to buy up their assets or property on the cheap. It was a major theme of her – and many others’ – understanding of the weird California fires, which seemed to many including this author to have been deliberately caused. The “riots” we witnessed seemed – as she pointed out – rather too oddly and “coincidentally” to follow the “opportunity zones” in which the “riots” occurred. This technique – use, or create, a crisis or disaster, then buy up the assets on the cheap – she and others have called disaster capitalism. I have another name for it, which one may ascertain by adding the letter “r” to the word “capitalism” in the headline.
Well, brace yourself, for bankster Jamie Daemon…er… I mean, Dimon… has come up with a diabolical (even for a bankster) new twist on the whole approach to disaster capitalism, according to this article shared by V.T.:
JP Morgan’s Jamie Dimon: “We May Need to Evoke Eminent Domain” to Seize Private Property to Build Wind and Solar Farms
Note what Daemon…er… Dimon states:
Beyond the typically American (and tired) appeal to “progress” and all the secularized yankee Calvinism that term implies (Question, Mr. Daemon: How much progress is enough? Is there ever an end to it? If so, what are your signs that it has ended? When will you be satisfied?), note the call for the use of eminent domain powers so that Mr. Daemon and his fellow bankster friends can seize people’s property to erect wind and solar farms (which technologies they’ve invested in and now want a return on their investment) and fight “climate change.”
Now, just in case you’ve missed what’s going on here (and I highly doubt that you have), let’s reprise what Mr. Daemon and his fellow globaloonies have been doing (since Renaissance Venice in fact):
(1) Venetian banksters cook up the idea of a maximum “carrying capacity” of the planet for the population it can sustain. There’s probably nothing wrong with the concept. The problem is, no one can come up with anything like an indisputable scientific set of criteria for what that maximum capacity is. The Venetian estimate during the Renaissance was about one billion people. Woops. But as a scare tactic, it’s certainly useful.
(2) Skip forward a few centuries, and Mr. Globalooney cooked up the environmental crisis, which would shortly issue in another ice age, if we did not adopt all sorts of draconian measures (for those of you old enough to remember, remember Earth Day? in the 1970s?)
(3) Woops. We got that wrong. What really is going to happen is global warming, not another ice age. So for a few decades we had global warming, which sort of ran out of steam after a couple of very bad winters when several inches of global warming were dumped on the country’s freeways in the form of snow and blizzards. It’s a difficult concept to sell, much less grasp, when you’re shoveling snow to dig your house out of a snowdrift.
(4) That’s when they decided to place all their chips, in equal amounts, on both red(warming) and black(cooling) on the roulette table (nothing enriches as much as a rigged casino game like equities and commodities markets run by computer algorithms), and they changed the whole name of the scam to “climate change” to hedge against “whatever was going to happen.” Now that’s “risk management” folks!
The genius of this transparently fraudulent scheme is that because the climate is always changing, they can always claim to be in the midst of a never-ending crisis which only they, of course, can solve, except that it can’t be solved, because to do so would mean they lose their power. Henee the endless appeal to endless “progress” that is the central core of the American meme and hustle.
Now add the power of eminent domain to this scheme, and you get the brilliance – if not the brazenness – of the idea: we can use eminent domain to seize anyone’s property for use in combatting “climate change,” It’s sort of like all those subsidies they’ve given out for those underpowered, over-priced, environmentally damaging electric cars that require African children to mine rare earth metals for slave wages. This is the beautiful inclusiveness and diversity of their scheme: climate change does not discriminate.
Yup, Mr. Daemon... I'm impressed... NOT!By the way, you've misspelled your surname.
See you on the flip side...
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