Securing the global dominance of the financial system
Taking this into account, then the conclusion remains that a different political agenda is being concealed under the title "energy transition". So who benefits from the fact that the EU stumbles into this process in a hurry? Who will benefit - apart from those energy companies, Europeans now have to purchase (even more expensive, and certainly not environmentally friendly) fracking gas? Well, the answer is relatively simple: international high finance will benefit because it needs high inflation to secure its global dominance and sovereignty.
Starting in the United States, high finance (still) has two trump cards to secure global hegemony and eliminate competition before it can become dangerous. On the one hand, there is the US dollar, which is still an important reserve currency. On the other hand, it is the control of the SWIFT system (SWIFT forwards transactions between approx. 11,000 banks, brokerage houses, stock exchanges, and other financial institutions in around 200 countries via SWIFT messages and thus handles the secure message and payment traffic of the connected companies and institutions).
However, this supremacy is threatened by two developments: Firstly, the enormous amount of money that is currently on the market - experts speak of five to six times the current global value creation. On the other hand, it is the competition from cryptocurrencies that are causing increasing concern for high finance.
So in order to continue to secure their dominance, eliminate unwanted competition, and, above all, maintain control over the national banks, an artificially controlled "crash" is needed that allows high finance to assert their interests in as controlled a manner as possible. The reduction of the enormous amount of money is only possible through high inflation and - associated - currency devaluation. How can high inflation be reached as quickly as possible? Through the means of the high national debt, through high energy prices, and through a supply crisis!
The EU member states themselves took care of the high debt
during the corona pandemic. In view of the economic recession of the last two years, it would now be high time to reduce this national debt again, especially since – in this regard - very strict rules apply within the European Union with the Maastricht criteria. But since the high inflation is obviously intentional, it takes exploding energy prices and a supply crisis to accomplish this quickly. Needless to say, the economic and financial sanctions against Russia are designed to do just that.
However, the fact is that the Ukraine crisis in itself did not have to bring about this energy and supply crisis. So this development has to be seen for what it is: the attempt to use inflation to destroy the money supply, secure the control of high finance over Europe, counteract the competition from cryptocurrencies
, and establish full digital control over financial flows. All of this is at the expense of Europe, its economies, and the prosperity of its societies