Monthly Archives: March 2014

The G33 and the Planned Economy of the Future


SDR Order Out of Dollar Chaos

By JC Collins


With this post I will go out on a bit of a limb as I express some of my own opinions and personal experiences in regards to past events and the planned economy of the future, as ultimately expressed by the SDR system which we discuss on this site.

It was the evening of September 10th, 2001. A close associate of mine had just called to tell me that his flight was delayed and he was stuck at the airport in Nova Scotia, Canada. Apparently, he said, there had been some sort of attack in New York and certain flights with certain airlines had been cancelled or delayed. But before midnight he was in fact on a plane heading west.

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The Shifting Economic Singularity


By JC Collins

US Singularity

It appears Russia will not back down on their position in the Ukraine and the end game is fast approaching.  Many of my readers sent the following link yesterday:

If you haven’t read that article yet I suggest you do.  Its telling us that the G20 countries will implement the IMF 2010 Reforms without the US if Congress doesn’t pass the required legislation by April.

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SDR’s and the New Bretton Woods – Part Nine


Debt Swaps and Quota Reforms

By JC Collins


When I first started this blog I wrote a post titled China to Purchase the Federal Reserve.  It was a very simple and broad explanation of everything we have been covering in this series.  Let’s go full circle and revisit what was meant by the title of that post.

First, we need to understand something called Sovereign Debt Restructuring Mechanism (SDRM).

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SDR’s and the New Bretton Woods – Part Eight


The Dawn of Macroeconomic Stability

By JC Collins

Dawn Protest Ukraine

We are working with Congress to approve the 2010 IMF quota legislation, which would support the IMF’s capacity to lend additional resources to Ukraine, while also helping to preserve continued U.S. leadership within this important institution,”

– U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew, Mar 4, 2014.

An attempt to announce sanctions would end in a crash for the financial system of the United States, which would cause the end of the domination of the United States in the global financial system.”

– Russian Senior Adviser Sergei Glazyev, Mar 4, 2014.

We are also discussing with all our international partners–bilateral and multilateral–how best to help Ukraine at this critical moment in its history.”

– Managing Director Christine Lagarde, I.M.F., Feb 27, 2014.

This part of the series is important because it contains valuable and timely information that both confirms and…

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SDR’s and the New Bretton Woods – Part Seven


Psychological Warfare and Fist Fighting

By JC Collins

Night Club

“We deeply regret that the IMF quota and governance reforms agreed to in 2010 have not yet become effective and that the 15th General Review of Quotas was not completed by January 2014. Our highest priority remains ratifying the 2010 reforms, and we urge the US to do so before our next meeting in April. In April, we will take stock of progress towards meeting this priority and completing the 15th General Review of Quotas by January 2015.”

“We will implement these reforms in a way that promotes an integrated global financial system, reduces harmful fragmentation and avoids unintended costs for business. We commit to cooperate across jurisdictions with a renewed focus on timely and consistent implementation supported by meaningful peer reviews, including OTC derivatives reform.”

From the Communiqué – Meeting of Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors, Sydney, 22-23 February 2014

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SDR’s and the New Bretton Woods – Part Six


Consolidation or Collapse, and Conspiracy Theories

By JC Collins

Old Strategies

“In recent decades, emerging and developing economies have become bigger players in the global economy. However, their representation at the IMF has not kept pace with these changes. The G20 will continue to pursue reforms to the IMF during 2014 to ensure that country representation at the IMF better reflects the economic weight of its members. These changes will build greater confidence in the IMF’s ability to respond to global economic instability.”

–          Statement on Reforming Global Institutions on the G20 Website


There is a unique game of chess taking place on the global economic scene.  And like all good games of chess against worthwhile opponents it takes patience and calculation to strategize every move well in advance.  This particular game began in 2010 when the G20 countries all agreed to enact the International Monetary Fund’s Governance Reforms (or Code…

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