Investigative journalist, author and 24-year Russian military counterintelligence veteran, Daniel Estulin joins Alex Jones to to discuss the origins of the Liberal banking order and what he calls their “Global Satanic agenda”.
Daniel continues to claim, as he has for years that Trump, Putin and Xi are all on the same team, seeking to defeat this 500-year old hegemony, which is, in turn, doing what it can to collapse the US.
“They are three friends [in quotes] fighting a common global enemy, which is far more powerful than any one of them individually, which is the global liberal banking financiers. And the idea was, you join forces to destroy the global liberal financiers and then, you sit down at the proverbial table – let’s call it the Yalta 2.0 Agreement…the winners of this post-global crisis, meaning the United States, meaning Russia, meaning China, meaning India, as the world’s most populous countries.
“But again, I repeat, quite substantial efforts, Alex are being made by this liberal class, globally to ensure that any alternative center globally, wherever that may be does not appear – including the United States – which is one of the reasons why they’re destroying and dismantling the United States.”
Daniel reminds Alex about how in 2006, when they were shooting his interview for the film, ‘Endgame’, he had predicted that by 2020-2025, the US would be in a “post-crisis” state of collapse, akin to what befell the Soviet Union in 1991, which did not seem at all plausible at the time. However today, we see US Congressmen openly discussing a “national divorce” between Red and Blue states.
Daniel says that it’s pointless to after George Soros and other individuals. We need to change the management model, itself. “But to do this and create an alternative center – or centers – of conceptual thought globally, you need to create a system and if you try to do it without having conceptual ideas, you will get a completely ineffective and inefficient administrative reform – which is what we’re seeing right now…
“The real reform involves putting an end to the imperial monetary system, ending its control of the issuance and the price of money, replacing it with a sovereign credit system. And it also implies ending the power of the private central banks, starting with the Federal Reserve. And so, we should eradicate everything that reeks of globalization.”
Daniel says, “When Putin and Trump met in Helsinki, Putin suggested to Donald Trump – and Trump went along with him initially – that they were to get together to create a think tank/economic institution in Russia – not in the United States, because Putin explained you could not do it in the United States, because they would sabotage it – where the two nations with experts from the United States, who understand the physical economy, there are lots of great American economists who are not liberal thinkers. ‘Liberal’, meaning living at the expense of somebody else.”
So, the Globalist system is collapsing – what will come out of it? If the Globalist have their way, their current world order will be collapsed into a de-industrialized, authoritarian One World Government that seeks to reduce the human population down to 1 billion people. This is an old agenda that was spelled out in the Club of Rome’s ‘Limits to Growth’.
Daniel predicts that we will witness the collapse of the current service economy into the Sixth Technological Paradigm. The Fifth Technological Paradigm was about the digitization of society and we could now be said to be in the second half of this Fifth Technological Paradigm, marked by robots and Artificial Intelligence.
The Sixth Technological Paradigm will be characterized by continued developments in nanotechnology, biotechnology, quantum computing and AI, at the points where the physical, digital, and biological worlds converge. The risk will dramatically grow of “the end of the world” that has been predicted for millennia. Will humanity be ready intellectually, morally and culturally to manage these processes?
As Daniel says, “The moral breakdown of nation happens not from material losses but from the lack of vision for a batter future.”