March Toward One World Government

Equities were flat and commodities led by oil were down. As the economy slows and as inflation continues to erode real purchasing power, we might see more weakness in commodity prices. I expect the continued Ukraine War, combined with the orchestration of the Pandemic by the World Economic Forum, will destroy the superior economic status of the West and especially the U.S., on their way to constructing a one-world government.

The encouragement of the Biden Administration to completely do away with our southern border and invite countless millions of people from around the world to come here to live and receive endless goodies free of charge is part of the socialist agenda to achieve Klaus Schwab’s goal to have the masses “have nothing and be happy!”

To most people who rely only on western propaganda, this all sounds like crazy conspiratorial talk. But what you should realize is that this is nothing new in human history. Empires always strive to gain endless power by destroying the masses. The American Revolution of 1776 set in motion a Constitution that established power to be derived from the people to the government. That was an anomaly. What is starting to unfold now is more akin to what has happened during most of human history, and Bob Moriarty did a great job of explaining how the pandemic and the Ukraine War are all part of the same program to destroy the wealth of the West and to bring down the primary global leader—the U.S.  Do you see why “Make America Great Again” had to go and why the CIA did all they could to get rid of the notion that America should remain a super power? By the way, you can listen to Bob Moriarty explain how the Pandemic and the Ukraine War all fit together with this grand plan of the masters of the universe, who are invited every year to Davos for the World Economic Forum. Go to the podcast page at https://jaytaylormedia.com to listen to Bob’s commentary.

Now this week another piece of the Davos puzzle has come into play and that has to do with Russia now saying that “unfriendly countries,” i.e., those that are supporting Ukraine, must pay with Russian rubles for oil and gas sold by Russia. Russia is taking a page out of the U.S. petrodollar scheme that has allowed the U.S. empire to do all kinds of nasty things to people around the world as America’s Military Industrial Complex has become super rich and powerful. They now run and own America and of course are part of the struggle to see who gets to sit atop the emerging one-world government as they seek to strip away national sovereignty of all nations.

This I believe is an incredibly bullish development for gold and for commodities as our very fraudulent U.S. dollar is nearing the end of its run as the world’s reserve currency. The dollar, which has been created out of thin air, is now about to meet its end, just as was the case with the French currency when the Mississippi bubble popped. In the end, a global economy cannot be run on debt but must depend on real things like energy and commodities and production, not of high stock and bond prices that represent nothing tangible. 

I think Putin’s demand for the Europeans to pay with rubles for oil and gas from Russia may be one of the most important events in terms of our monetary infrastructure since Nixon removed gold from the global monetary scenes in 1971. By the way, the new policy of paying with rubles for purchases of oil and gas by Europeans is to begin in the middle of this month of April. This should be very bullish for gold and producers of commodities but very bearish for the dollar and very bearish for the vast number of Americans who are clueless about the intrinsically worthless state of the U.S. dollar. To help understand the significance, I would suggest you read Alasdair’s latest essay, “Edging Toward a Gold Standard,” at GoldMoney.com, as well as the following article written by Dave Kranzler for Sprott Money.

About Jay Taylor

Jay Taylor is editor of J Taylor's Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks newsletter. His interest in the role gold has played in U.S. monetary history led him to research gold and into analyzing and investing in junior gold shares. Currently he also hosts his own one-hour weekly radio show Turning Hard Times Into Good Times,” which features high profile guests who discuss leading economic issues of our day. The show also discusses investment opportunities primarily in the precious metals mining sector. He has been a guest on CNBC, Fox, Bloomberg and BNN and many mining conferences.