The big lie
“There are lots of ways to destroy communities. One of the most successful is: take jobs away. Cancel jobs. Then, cover this plot with lies about poverty and inequality. Set race and against race: tap into human feelings and the mind in their vulnerable areas—where hatred and rancor can be stimulated. Thus, distract everyone from the truth.” (The Underground, Jon Rappoport)
The US, England, Australia, Canada— everywhere you go you see the same specter and the same lying politicians:
The specter is Globalism and its effects—the open secret mainstream pols refuse to talk about.
The Globalist truth is simple, and it has been simple since the 1940s: If a government pushes a policy that sends jobs to foreign countries where labor is cheap, economic ruin follows at home.
It doesn’t take a genius or even an economist to figure it out.
Here in the US, Presidents and would-be Presidents babble on about wanting to reduce poverty while they covertly support stealing jobs and more jobs from US cities and towns.
This is Hillary Clinton. This is her husband, Bill, and George W Bush and Barack Obama.
“Weep for the poor. Pump in more welfare cash. Fix income equality. (Steal jobs).”
They know exactly what they’re doing, they know the lies they’re telling, they know the transnational corporations they’re backing, they know where the jobs are going.
In the process, whole nations are being sucked dry.
You own a company that makes widgets. Suddenly, a giant competitor opens up a factory in a country five thousand miles away and pays the workers six cents an hour.
That competitor floods the market in your country with widgets at his price. He gets away with it, because he pays no tariffs to ship the widgets into your country. The tariffs are illegal.
That’s one aspect of Globalism.
He wins, you lose. Your workers lose.
This is no accident. It’s by design. And the horrific consequences are part of the plan as well. The elite Globalist economic engineers aren’t idiots. They can see the future.
And the future is:
“Well, look at the world. Economies on the edge of a cliff, over the cliff. Vast inequality of income. There is only one way out of this. Central planning for Planet Earth, which will regulate the distribution of goods and services to all humankind…”
Totalitarian order from chaos.
Mega-corporations and governments in lock step, and behind them a small number of elite banks who create and loan money to favored cronies.
Welcome to Globalism.
When chaos breaks out in cities, pundits debate the “root causes” and manage to overlook the obvious, every time.
And political leaders, in a wretchedly failed attempt to sound noble, name their favorite “root causes” and their vague solutions.
The pundits, the political leaders, various academic dupes, talking news heads, foundations; they parrot the line: “Capitalism is causing all this, it’s evil.”
Capitalism is just the free and non-criminal exchange of goods and services for money. What’s causing all this is Globalism, which is the criminal and purposeful concentration of money and assets in fewer hands.
It’s the old Rockefeller/Carnegie pattern. First, by hook and by crook accumulate vast amounts of money. Then, attack that same unbridled money-accumulation (calling it capitalism) and promote “a more humane society,” which turns out to mean the Rockefellers and the Carnegies and their ilk run society from the top, “on behalf of the people.”
Sure they do. They care about control over the masses.
Globalism is David Rockefeller personified. Here is the kernel, in his own words, from his 2003 Memoirs:
“Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as ‘internationalists’ and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure—one world, if you will. If that is the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it.”
If you’ve been alert, you’ve noticed that, in the last 10 years, the word “Globalism” has been gradually drained from the vocabulary of the news. It’s replacement? “Capitalism.” This is intentional. It’s a distraction, part of the cover story.
Another distraction: “the national conversation about race.” It should be: “the conversation about who is stealing all the jobs and sending them elsewhere.”
A whole lot of people would have surprisingly intelligent contributions to make to that conversation.