Whether true or not, if the MISC plan has even the tiniest bit of logic - that there is an acceptable risk/reward scenario - then the strategy is much more believable. This provides much needed credibility. And whether this "plan" is real or bluff, being the least bit believable only strengthens the impact of the "Submission or Extinction" mind game. So with these factors in place, the threat is more real.
Add a few "failing missile launches" among the various opposing forces and you have the "immediate opportunity" advantage. For Trump to encourage the faction's war-dogs to rage untethered for a few episodes of international brazenness only backs this psy-op with further tenability.
The global game of chicken only works if you have the best machine and are willing to risk it all because you really believe you can survive the head on collision. So in essence, the effect of this new information is to further incite the opposing force to either make the first move, or risk defeat in a game that is no longer zero sum. Still a standoff really, but with a dash of spice.
There is always some chance that a handful of people will push the buttons required to end life on earth as we know it, for the billions of humans that will die. And there are many opportunities for many types of engagements on either side of the world.
But what has that got to do with gold, or the families, or FreeGold?
Well ... seeing as it has everything to do with everything is one thing. But in relation to gold, the families have no skin in a game where FreeGold never has a chance to take place for as long as their name is a memory. FreeGolders are not doom and gloomers, even though the news of gloom and doom we see everyday is a necessary aspect of understanding reality.
We see FreeGold as the "Declaration of Independence" was seen by the founding fathers. It was their form of money, independent of the Empire's, which worked to bring about happiness and prosperity in the Colonies until the banking class did away with their Colonial Scrip, enforcing the private money of the Crown's Bank and bringing visible ruin in the streets with it. It was NEVER about a silly tax on tea.
We are in 1750. The United States of America does not yet exist; it is the 13 Colonies of the American continent, forming "New England", a possession of the motherland, England.
Benjamin Franklin wrote about the population of that time: "Impossible to find a happier and more prosperous population on all the surface of the globe." Going over to England to represent the interests of the Colonies, Franklin was asked how he accounted for the prosperous conditions prevailing in the Colonies, while poverty was rife in the motherland:
"That is simple," Franklin replied. "In the Colonies we issue our own money. It is called Colonial Scrip. We issue it in proper proportion to make the products pass easily from the producers to the consumers. In this manner, creating ourselves our own paper money, we control its purchasing power, and we have no interest to pay to no one."
The English bankers, being informed of that, had a law passed by the British Parliament prohibiting the Colonies from issuing their own money, and ordering them to use only the gold or silver debt-money that was provided in insufficient quantity by the English bankers. The circulating medium of exchange was thus reduced by half. "In one year," Franklin stated, "the conditions were so reversed that the era of prosperity ended, and a depression set in, to such an extent that the streets of the Colonies were filled with unemployed."
Then the Revolutionary War was launched against England, and was followed by the Declaration of Independence in 1776. History textbooks erroneously teach that it was the tax on tea that triggered the American Revolution. But Franklin clearly stated: "The Colonies would gladly have borne the little tax on tea and other matters, had it not been the poverty caused by the bad influence of the English bankers on the Parliament: which has caused in the Colonies hatred of England, and the Revolutionary War."This is not to say that if there was no intervention from "English Bankers" that in time a banking class would not arise from within the Colonies themselves and exploit the productive money system to their advantage. The temptation for mere mortals is too great. And it is not to say that "sound money" in the sense of past gold standards is viable in the modern era. But ... it is to say that only gold can govern our currencies in the digital era.
And so it is today. We have a "derivative shield of prosperity" enshrouding our economic ruin, created by the sheer dominion of the global banking class over our system of values, beliefs and obsequiousness. Such is the highly evolved form of global exploitation within the worlds most highly evolved debt based system in history.
Only a free market for gold can regulate a global FIAT system. This return to tradition reflects the next step in fiat evolution. What FreeGolders believe is that the Families understand tradition - and the finite timeline of any debt based system. And we believe that they, like us, understand that a fixed Constitution can never outlast the world's oldest banking dynasties.Those dynasties move with the concept that wealth too must change from time to time in order to survive humanity's cycles of change.
None of this can happen in a post Apocalyptic nuclear wasteland. That event sets the clock back to zero and erases many, many generations of continuation holdings, never to be regained.
The most dangerous notion that exists today is this Keynesian idea that a debt-based system can exist in perpetuity, as long as the world's productive classes remain vassals to it. Many, like Stockman, predict the imminent decline of such long overdue irrational support. But that belief must extinguish itself for the families to walk away from it.
Gold is their hedge that it will.
War is the tool by which debt extends its timeline.
Gold is indeed "different than anything else".