George Soros talks about how a managed decline of the US dollar is necessary and desirable in order to bring about a global currency. What more needs to be said?

Hey, do you want to know what’s going on in America right now? Watch this video.

(Who’s George Soros? Check him out and decide for yourself.)

  • at 0:15 he talks about a the creation of a new world financial order
  • at 3:28 he says “an orderly decline of the dollar is actually desirable”
  • at 3:39 he talks about the need for a new global currency
  • at 4:16 he says he thinks it is “ill considered on the part of the United States to resist”
  • at 7:31 he says “it’s in our interest as well to reform the system” as a “healthy, painful adjustment that the world has to move through”
  • at 8:19 he begins to talk about how the dollar’s “use will decline”
  • at 9:05 he says “certainly a decline in the value of the dollar is necessary in order to compensate for the fact that the US economy will remain rather weak”
  • at 10:06 his conclusion to all of this is that “there will be a slow decline in the value of the dollar. A managed decline. And that would be the adjustment that needs to be accomplished”

Really, what more needs to be said? He’s telling us exactly what is happening. The United Nations wants our country and our resources. That’s it. And the people we elected to represent us in our government are doing very little to prevent this from happening. In fact, a vast majority are actually helping while the rest are squabbling about petty things like spending cuts and whatnot.

What’s even more startling is that the architects behind the push for a UN-controlled global government no longer feel it’s necessary to hide their intentions. Ask yourself why? That should be a reality check for you.

I ask you, when can the decline of any country’s currency ever be considered desirable when it only produces poverty? And if that’s not desirable, why, then, is the decline being managed as he put it. Management implies purposefulness so it follows that, if the decline can be managed, so can it be un-managed.

Well, it’s desirable if you make billions trading currencies. And if you make billions trading currencies, one might somehow get the idea that you have something to do with it all especially if you believe a global currency is needed. Hence, the need for the decline of the US dollar as the world’s base currency to be managed (It’s also desirable when you envision a world full of people completely dependent upon government for everything, hence, poverty is good).

The bottom line is our economy is purposely being wrecked, but before it’s final, there’s a push to spend as much money as possible in order to set up the totalitarian infrastructure we are to live in afterwards. The genius of this tactic is that all of this spending further contributes to the destruction of the economy. And please understand, once the economy is wrecked, the only thing left for the people will be physical defense against a tyrannical government, the exact purpose of our 2nd Amendment. And they want to do what with our guns?

2 + 2 = 4 every time, people.

So, this idea floating around that our President is “out-of-touch with the American people” and that he’s “clueless about the economy” is, itself, out-of-touch and clueless. He knows exactly what he’s doing and he’s doing exactly what he set out to do. If the host of your favorite radio or TV show ever utters those words, you need simply turn the channel and find someone else to listen to.

You know, there is some good news I must mention. Though many of us are not happy about the direction our country is heading, it is God who appoints rulers of nations.

Daniel answered and said: “Blessed be the name of God forever and ever, to whom belong wisdom and might. He changes times and seasons; he removes kings and sets up kings; he gives wisdom to the wise and knowledge to those who have understanding; he reveals deep and hidden things; he knows what is in the darkness, and the light dwells with him. [Daniel 2:20-22 ESV]

As Christians, we can take tremendous comfort in that. We really have nothing to fear about the future. Our home is in eternity, not here… in Christ’s Everlasting Kingdom.

But our citizenship is in heaven, and from it we await a Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ,
[Philippians 3:20 ESV]

Now is the time for you to get serious about your walk with Christ so you will be spiritually prepared for the future in order to lead your self, your family and others.

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