The State Of Dave

There’s the noble idea of someone, or a group, being committed to “improving the world.” It is something altogether different when there’s a group that’s committed to “improving the state of the world.”  It implies by definition that the world needs the actions of select individual to improve its “state.”

You might think that by reading the slogan, that the authors were referring to the condition of the world or the status of the world.  In reality, as you will see clearly described in the video below, they are referring to the State of the World as in the World… as a State and you as its “global citizen.”  In this Global State, you are no longer under the authority of a sovereign nation or an elected government, but rather under the authority of global financial interests and those with the control thereof.

The Davos “aura” explained… fundamentally as the source for “resilient dynamism”… no assembly required.

We have one of these groups in the United States too.  It’s called the State of the USA and who else would be behind it except the man whose parents loved him so much they named him twice –  Pete Peterson and the State of the United States (your global carbon tax headquarters).  Only in America do we need to name our States twice and swear in our Presidents for the second term two times just like President Obama was sworn in two times the first time and two times again this week.

Has anyone else noticed all the stories about air pollution in China?  The introduction of a new global monetary system, a market for fresh water derivatives and the introduction of new methods for measuring water allocation and water resource management are how the carbon tax will be brought full circle.  The debate over the establishment of measurement indices such as CNNCE (chaotic neural network comprehensive evaluation model) and the standard ANN model and The State of the USA’s KNIS open architecture relative to fresh water and environmental impact are the pathways to this global systemic oversight and new carbon tax regime.


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