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「道成了肉身,住在我們中間,充充滿滿的有恩典(Charis)有真理(Alethia)。我們也見過他的榮光,正是父獨生子的榮光。」(約翰福音1:14)

Argentinian Financial and Political Analysis

Adrian Salbushi, an Argentinian international analyst, provides an interesting and unique perspective on the global financial crisis systemic meltdown based on his past experiences of hyper-inflation in Argentina. This guy seems to know what he’s talking about. It’s worth listening to him.

Part I:

Part II:

If you are interested in his views on the emerging “new world order” and “world government”, check these out too:

Will It Be World Government? The “New World Order” Strategy – Part 1: Private Power
Will It Be World Government? The “New World Order” Strategy – Part 2: Orchestration

If what Salbushi says is true, then it’ll mean Nietzsche’s idea of the Over-man, the strong-willed elites of the world, will eventually rule over the Last-man, the rest that is apathetic, weak, and indulges in the comfort of entertainment. It is apparent that whenever economic hardship becomes unbearable, the people will almost always be willing to give up all power and control to the state or whichever party that promises to fix things for them. And it is usually during these times absolute totalitarian regimes arise (e.g. Hilter, Mussolini, Stalin, Mao).

Given that the U.S. government is gobbling up more and more assets and attaining more and more control over the economy, and if Salbushi is right that the nucleus of world power centers in the Council on Foreign Relations in New York, I hope we are not heading towards a global-scale totalitarian regime.

Well, or perhaps this is all bull and part of an anti-American conspiracy theory.

But it’s good we can meditate on Psalm 2 and find comfort that the Lord still reigns over all of this.


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  1. KY says

    and do u know Rick Warren was a member of the Council on Foreign Relations?

    • Anson says

      No, I didn’t know. But it seems like he was a member for only 1 year (05-06) and too little of an influence among the 5000 member council.