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Sat, Jun 12th, 2010 10:04:34 AM
Topic: Globalism on the ropes

The following article makes it clear what globalism is: an inhuman and totalitarian plan, a long-running scheme of a small elite to own and control the world that has now been exposed and is floundering on the ropes of truth.

By now every american should be aware of what globalism is and what it has done to our Country.

Sadly this is not the case, as many of you are too gullible, lazy and yes stupid to even see the writing that is now indelibly on the wall.

Time is now for all you to learn the facts and to begin to peacefully yet stridently oppose their draconian plan of world enslavement.

If not, and you all remain ignorant and silent and there is no outcry to stop it, there is little doubt america will be finally and completely destroyed from within.

========================== “Globalization Goes Bankrupt

The rage of the disposed is fracturing the country, dividing it into camps that are unmoored from the political mainstream. Movements are building on the ends of the political spectrum that have lost faith in the mechanisms of democratic change. You can’t blame them. But unless we on the left move quickly this rage will be captured by a virulent and racist right wing, one that seeks a disturbing proto-fascism.

Every day counts. Every deferral of protest hurts. We should, if we have the time and the ability, make our way to Pittsburgh for the meeting of the G-20 this week rather than do what the power elite is hoping we will do—stay home. Complacency comes at a horrible price.

“The leaders of the G-20 are meeting to try and salvage their power and money after everything that has gone wrong,” said Benedicto Martinez Orozco, co-president of the Mexican Frente Autentico del Trabajo (FAT), who is in Pittsburgh for the protests. “This is what this meeting is about.”

The draconian security measures put in place to silence dissent in Pittsburgh are disproportionate to any actual security concern. They are a response not to a real threat, but to the fear gripping the established centers of power. The power elite grasps, even if we do not, the massive fraud and theft being undertaken to save a criminal class on Wall Street and international speculators of the kinds who were executed in other periods of human history. They know the awful cost this plundering of state treasuries will impose on workers, who will become a permanent underclass. And they also know that once this is clear to the rest of us, rebellion will no longer be a foreign concept.

The delegates to the G-20, the gathering of the world’s wealthiest nations, will consequently be protected by a National Guard combat battalion, recently returned from Iraq. The battalion will shut down the area around the city center, man checkpoints and patrol the streets in combat gear. Pittsburgh has augmented the city’s police force of 1,000 with an additional 3,000 officers. Helicopters have begun to buzz gatherings in city parks, buses driven to Pittsburgh to provide food to protesters have been impounded, activists have been detained, and permits to camp in the city parks have been denied. Web sites belonging to resistance groups have been hacked and trashed, and many groups suspect that they have been infiltrated and that their phones and e-mail accounts are being monitored.

Larry Holmes, an organizer from New York City, stood outside a tent encampment on land owned by the Monumental Baptist Church in the city’s Hill District. He is one of the leaders of the Bail Out the People Movement. Holmes, a longtime labor activist, on Sunday led a march on the convention center by unemployed people calling for jobs. He will coordinate more protests during the week.

Our global economy, like our political system, has been hijacked by a tiny oligarchy, composed mostly of wealthy white men who serve corporations. They have pledged or raised a staggering $18 trillion, looted largely from state treasuries, to prop up banks and other financial institutions that engaged in suicidal acts of speculation and ruined the world economy. They have formulated trade deals so corporations can speculate across borders with currency, food and natural resources even as, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations, 1.02 billion people on the planet struggle with hunger. Globalization has obliterated the ability of many poor countries to protect food staples such as corn, rice, beans and wheat with subsidies or taxes on imported staples. The abolishment of these protections has permitted the giant mechanized farms to wipe out tens of millions of small farmers—2 million in Mexico alone—bankrupting many and driving them off their land. Those who could once feed themselves can no longer find enough food, and the wealthiest governments use institutions such as the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank and the World Trade Organization like pit bulls to establish economic supremacy. There is little that most governments seem able to do to fight back.

But the game is up. The utopian dreams of globalization have been exposed as a sham. Force is all the elite have left. We are living through one of civilization’s great seismic reversals. The ideology of globalization, like all utopias that are sold as inevitable and irreversible, has become a farce. The power elite, perplexed and confused, cling to the disastrous principles of globalization and its outdated language to mask the political and economic vacuum before us. The absurd idea that the marketplace alone should determine economic and political constructs caused the crisis. It led the G-20 to sacrifice other areas of human importance—from working conditions, to taxation, to child labor, to hunger, to health and pollution—on the altar of free trade. It left the world’s poor worse off and the United States with the largest deficits in human history. Globalization has become an excuse to ignore the mess. It has left a mediocre elite desperately trying to save a system that cannot be saved and, more important, trying to save itself. “Speculation,” then-President Jacques Chirac of France once warned, “is the AIDS of our economies.” We have reached the terminal stage.

“Each of Globalization’s strengths has somehow turned out to have an opposing meaning,” John Ralston Saul wrote in “The Collapse of Globalism.” “The lowering of national residency requirements for corporations has morphed into a tool for massive tax evasion. The idea of a global economic system mysteriously made local poverty seem unreal, even normal. The decline of the middle class—the very basis of democracy—seemed to be just one of those things that happen, unfortunate but inevitable. That the working class and the lower middle class, even parts of the middle class, could only survive with more than one job per person seemed to be expected punishment for not keeping up. The contrast between unprecedented bonuses for mere managers at the top and the four-job families below them seemed inevitable in a globalized world. For two decades an elite consensus insisted that unsustainable third-world debts could not be put aside in a sort of bad debt reserve without betraying Globalism’s essential principles and moral obligations, which included an unwavering respect for the sanctity of international contracts. It took the same people about two weeks to abandon sanctity and propose bad debt banks for their own far larger debts in 2009.”

The institutions that once provided alternative sources of power, including the press, government, agencies of religion, universities and labor unions, have proved morally bankrupt. They no longer provide a space for voices of moral autonomy. No one will save us now but ourselves.

“The best thing that happened to the Establishment is the election of a black president,” Holmes said. “It will contain people for a given period of time, but time is running out. Suppose something else happens? Suppose another straw breaks? What happens when there is a credit card crisis or a collapse in commercial real estate? The financial system is very, very fragile. The legs are being kicked out from underneath it.”

“Obama is in trouble,” Holmes went on. “The economic crisis is a structural crisis. The recovery is only a recovery for Wall Street. It can’t be sustained, and Obama will be blamed for it. He is doing everything Wall Street demands. But this will be a dead end. It is a prescription for disaster, not only for Obama but the Democratic Party. It is only groups like ours that provide hope. If labor unions will get off their ass and stop focusing on narrow legislation for their members, if they will go back to being social unions that embrace broad causes, we have a chance of effecting change. If this does not happen it will be a right-wing disaster.”

Author: DB
email: fratflat@aol.com
Fri, Jun 11th, 2010 05:11:31 PM

The post below is a rather quizzical bunch of statements and quite honestly RK can't make any sense of it really.

"Fact is, we as a society aren't going to Change until we are forced to.

Sorry but RK disagrees -- 'we', Americans, are lost and even with our butts being rammed into the sling 'we' are still going along with the plan.

"The spirit of the movement for Change is comprised of 'outliers': the unemployed, victims of the corrupt injustice system, the disabled with benefit cuts, the baby boomer generation who've had their retirement plans plundered 3x and if they don't work for gov't or their partnerships, no longer have the opportunity to rebuild."

Well of course those who have been, or have recently been, disenfranchised are annoyed but they are surely not leading the vanguard to protest, not by any means.

RK understands the situation and your view of it is dead wrong.

"The jobs plan will put many outliers back to work and the college bound through school appeasing these 'spirits'."

Job plan? are you joshing or daft, man?

There is not "jobs plan" only mealy mouth words uttered by the public serpents, err servants, in Washington and every state capital.

Whatever money could have gone to a "jobs plan" has been handed over to goldman sachs and a bunch of equally culpable banks.

So what "jobs plan" exists? None, only words from the "we can" crew in the White House.

"The Global economy will force our gov't leadership to change its corrupt practices as it didn't consider change until it's infrastructure collapsed."

RK doesn't have the time or inclination to explain the facts of life to you but we can tell you, and do so emphatically, the "global economy" is nothing but a euphemism, a cruel joke perpetrated by a small group of 'globalist pigs', who suck at the public trough like it was their God-given right.

And the infrastructure collapse you mention is all part of the plan. Wake up and smell the flowers and quit believing in tinkerbell and Santa Claus.

"It wasn't globalization with its plan of balancing socialist/free market enterprise focused on rebuilding 'green' that crashed the markets; it was the free enterprise countries that grew in BIG Gov't and Big Business and their partnerships of corruption; inefficiency and ineffectiveness; their citizens rise in standards of living, consumption, dependence upon gov't entitlements and global goods, services and natural resources with no considerations for protecting the environment.

The world-wide economic 'problems' were orchestrated and conducted by that small group of globalists, it is not an accident or chance happening but rather nothing but part of their plan to instigate a world gov't owned and controlled by them.

"All countries are on the Global economic plan; some are more advanced than ours, others not so. The successful countries economically have a more balanced socialist/free market principles with a dynamic plan for curbing corruption, increasing productivity and proficiency using modern technologies and science with a focus on rebuilding their infrastructures protecting the environment."

Man, are you lost in the propaganda or what. Open your eyes and see the truth, which is that you, I and everyone else will soon be serfs totally owned and operated by those same globalists. Welcome to the new world order.

"South Korea has been in partnership with China on this 'balanced' global plan for ten years; partnered with Russia after their economy crashed and is currently 2+ years into rebuilding Russia on this 'balanced' global plan. Africa is in alliance with Russia and has recently begun pouring funds for rebuilding. Africa has 27 states with Tyrannical gov'ts and mass pestulance and oppression with stagging death tolls. Africa will provide the natural resources for this economic block to take over Europe within the next few years.

America joined this 'block' to bail us out from our economic crash in exchange for our military might assistance with N. Korea: a Nationalist socialist country that is strategic for this block as it lies between India and China. India also has Pakistanian insurgents that prevent its economy from rolling out on the plan. Afganistan also is a strategic location resistant to the global economic plan. The middle east is also problematic with extremist Muslim groups, now in control of Iran. These wealthy countries have the financial means to obtain nuclear and biological weapons of war and there is always a threat of extremist takeover of these country's governments."

China is the model and the US of A will be destroyed lock stock and barrel in the recreation of that model here -- our Declaration of Independence and our Constitution will be trampled and destroyed -- all in the name of globalism and the new world order.

Don't believe RK? Well then watch and see.

"America, Canada and Mexico have open borders as part of the global economic plan. Expect 'amnesty' to be granted to the illegal alien problem in America."

In any real sense of the word amnesty has already been granted -- press one for Spanish, two for English, sound familiar??

"The Obama administration will address regulating big business, the public healthcare plan will address the generational welfare problem with abortion and the baby boomer problem will be addressed with limited benefits and hospice care. Obama's education plan will gear up future generations in the sciences and technologies we need to be competitive in the world economy. The jobs plan will address the rebuilding of our country's infrastructure with 'green' technologies."

You are lost, man. Obama has no plan, plus even if he did his status as a globalist-puppet and lap-dog prevents him from doing anything other than what his masters demand.

Make no mistake, obama is nothing but a slave regardless of the fact he sleeps in the White House and gets to ride around in the Airforce one.

"Over the last 30 years individual rights have been stripped away; the next administration will further address taking away state sovereign rights and streamlining state/city/town governance into regionalized governance under a centralized Federal government. Obama's plan for federal funding to state government's for jobs, education, etc. will be highly competitive. State's that produce plans that are in line with the global plan will be funded more graciously than those that are not. The days of the 'block grants' for state's to do whatever they want are over. This will force state's resistant to give up their soverign rights and maintaining their same old way of doing business as their economic recovery will falter over states that get on the plan.

State gov'ts that continue to use their mainstream media for propoganda over their citizen's economic strife will see increasing citizen economic strife and dissatisfaction with gov't leadership as well as indoctrinated beliefs becoming increasingly intolerant with outcomes of violent outbreaks over race, religion, vigilante justice, etc. In short, longer periods of 'tribulations'."

I have seen the future and it stinks -- that's what a friend of RK's said in 1970 and, though we did not agree then, we surely do now.

"Our success is dependent upon our society recognizing the dire situation we are in and accepting the fact the we demanded gov't grow to care for our elders in LTC care facilities, senior centers and adult care facilities; longer hours for our children in school with activities and lachkey and day cares, to care for our needy as we pursued dual incomes to buy more goods, bigger homes with landscaped yards, multiple vehicles, etc. We demanded higher wages and more entitlements from business and sought cheaper imports vs higher costing American products and services. We cheat on paying our taxes, work under the table jobs, cheat our employers of our time, skills and abilities. We looked the other way to 'improprieties' or accepted 'graft' to commit them. We ignored Advocates who adised us to buy American; we scorned Whistleblowers accepting the propoganda they were 'disgruntled' employees when we knew better or called them 'stupid'. We voted with irresponsibility or not at all. We accepted corrupt politicians and corporate greed as long as our needs/wants were met."

Might look good on paper but the scenario you paint is missing one essential ingredient -- the fact all the above are part of the master-plan the masters are perpetrating. That is the reason and not the ones you are crediting.

"Now were are in the SHEEEETER and we blame others and seek revenge to resolve them. We are a society that is ill with our own loss of morals and values bent on comforts, convenience and decadence. Can WE change as a society? Can YOU as an individual? Are you willing to be self reliant from gov't, be your brother's keeper, be responsible to your job, ethical, work to hold your gov't leadership and employer accountable, pay your fair share of taxes, etc.? Or will you wait for someone else to do it...anyone or anything but you doing your part and not give up because others aren't?"

RK knows the difference between rain and someone pissing down our back telling us it is raining.

"Fact is, we as a society aren't going to Change until we are forced to. The spirit of the movement for Change is comprised of 'outliers': the unemployed, victims of the corrupt injustice system, the disabled with benefit cuts, the baby boomer generation who've had their retirement plans plundered 3x and if they don't work for gov't or their partnerships, no longer have the opportunity to rebuild. The jobs plan will put many outliers back to work and the college bound through school appeasing these 'spirits'.

The Global economy will force our gov't leadership to change its corrupt practices as it didn't consider change until it's infrastructure collapsed."

America will disappear and in its place will be ameriKa, a land of pathetic sycophants and cry-babies.

The globalist plan is a steam-roller that will flatten all but the most sincere and passionate, who know change is evolutonary, not revolutionary.

Change comes through education and awareness -- two qualities Americans sorely lack.

"Hope for the best but expect the worst" is a great expression, and one very applicable to the issue(s) the author of this post raised.

Here's another: "Trust in God but tie your camel tight".

To be perfectly honest, RK believes the die is cast and no matter what happens our Great Country, its democratic principles and past will be washed away by the coming storm of globalism and the new world order.

Your Papers, PLEASE.

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