Sun 5 Jul 2009
We like to think we are living in democratic societies, that our votes decide by whom we are to be governed – and that we can just choose another politician, if our elected man does not please us! But could it be that no matter whom we elect the policy will inevitably by and large be the same, because we are being manipulated into certain needs and only elect “politicians” who promise to give us those things. Welfare, change, e.g.!!! However, if the “politicians” follow largely identical programmes – who then chooses the candidates for us? The parties and our representatives in them? Hardly. Money for propaganda is decisive for the election outcome.
The candidates chosen by parties are conformists who are able to be moulded by their party leaders to accept the superior consensus of the party, i.e. of the political system of the country – meaning the New World Order. At all levels loyal candidates to the money makers, the corporations, are presented to us and made just our choice!!
Global Research 4 July, 2009, Prof. John Kozy: “A political-economic oligarchy has taken over the nation (USA). This oligarchy has institutionalized a body of law that protects businesses at the expense of not only the common people but the nation itself. Businessmen have no loyalties. The Bank for International Settlements insures it, since it is not accountable to any national government.
Yet somehow or other the people in our government, including the judiciary, do not seem to know it, and they have allowed and even abetted businesses that have no allegiance to any country to subvert the Constitution. Unfortunately, the Constitution does not define such action as treason.
Our land was stolen a long time ago. People with absolutely no loyalty to this land now own it. It needs to be taken, not bought, back! But it won’t get a government for the people, unless Americans come to realize just how immoral and vicious our economic system is.”
In fact according to this video, Nicholas Rockefeller stated “the best society is one where we (the bankers) buy people to control everything.” Here is a Video, wherein Dr. John Rengen Virapen, former Eli Lilly agent for Sweden, confesses his sins of the past saying:“The pharmaceutical industry is the most powerful industry in the world. They annihilate the population of the world for money. I bribed the Swedish government to buy Prozac with well known side effects killing people. The pharmaceutical industry is in bed with governments”!!! And who else do those whores share their beds with? The oil sheiks? Rothschild agents?
Wikipedia David J. Rothkopf (born 24 December 1955) is a visiting scholar at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, specializing in U.S. foreign policy and economic strategy, as well as an international business consultant and professor. He served as the Deputy Undersecretary of Commerce for International Trade during the administration of Bill Clinton. After leaving Commerce, Rothkopf became managing director of Kissinger and Associates in January 1996. So this man does know the leaders of the world intimately.
The Superclass by David Rothkopf, WOZ 25 June 2009: A book about those 5000 to 7000 in power, so the estimate of the author of this world. They have a lot of money, lots of power and exclusive contacts. These three things make a member of the super class, not one must be missing. David Roth, former Deputy Secretary of State in the administration of Bill Clinton, and later manager, entrepreneur and political advisor, writes about a world in which he lived at least temporarily. He has visited many of those in power, or he knew them and their stories already: Clinton, David Rockefeller, Henry Kissinger, speculators, billionaires, think tanks - and fits the description of these encounters into an anatomy of the global power elite. Rothkopf says his concern is "the glaring unequal distribution of power and possession in the world." It is just a fact that about a thousand billionaires inside this world own "almost twice as much as the poorest 2.5 billion people." In essence, however, his concern is mainly "the unequal distribution of power»
Rothkopf is trying to answer the question of whom the world belongs to. This class with its few thousand members, although distributed over the whole globe are connected "by many threads: business associations, investment, Board members, old school friends, exclusive residential districts." They meet often, flying in their private jets to the World Economic Forum in Davos, to the security conference in Munich, to the Bilderberg meetings or those of the Trilateral Commission. Everybody knows each other. The class lives in its own "imaginary country". The Same interests hold this class together, it is their social glue. And the German sociologist Hans-Peter Müller adds that these same interests, provide "for a silent consensus in the ruling class and a remarkable organizational and conflict ability". Rothkopf: "The result is an amazing concentration of power in a small circle of decision makers, among the best networked."
This book refutes the idea that the modernization of societies and their (formal) democratization have limited the power of the elites Rothkopf makes the allegedly invisible hand of the market of corporations, institutions and market-friendly governments visible that govern the markets. Rothkopf´ book describes not only the powerful, it also describes the decline of democracy.
More About Rothkopf´s ”Superclass”: On an ever-growing list of issues, the big decisions are being made or profoundly influenced by a little-understood international network of business, financial, government, cultural and military leaders who are beyond the reach of American voters.
In addition to top officials, these people include corporate executives, leading investors, top bankers, media moguls, heads of state, generals, religious leaders, heads of terrorist and criminal organizations and a handful of important cultural and scientific figures. Each of these roughly 6,000 individuals is set apart by their power and ability to regularly influence millions of lives across international borders. The group is not monolithic, but none is more globalized or has more influence over the direction in which the global era is heading.
Just look at the current financial crisis. As government regulators have sought to head off further market losses, they've found that perhaps the most effective tool at their disposal is what the president of the New York Federal Reserve Bank described to me as their "convening power" — their ability to get the big boys of Wall Street and world financial capitals into a room or on a conference call to collaborate on solving a problem. This has, in fact, become a central part of crisis management, both because national governments have limited regulatory authority over global markets and because financial flows have become so large that the real power lies with the biggest players — such as the top 50 financial institutions that control almost $50 trillion in assets, by one measure nearly a third of all assets worldwide.
Most major companies are both bigger and more global today, which effectively makes them able to pick and choose among various governments' regulatory regimes or investment incentive programs. They play officials in country X against those in country Y, gaining leverage that makes the old rules of trade obsolete. The world's biggest corporations, such as Exxon or Wal-Mart, have annual sales (and thus financial resources) that rival the gross domestic product of all but the 20 or so wealthiest nations. The top 250 companies in the world have sales equal to about a third of global GDP (these are very different measures, but they give a rough sense of relative size).
The people who run these big international organizations can have much more power over key aspects of your daily life and over global trends than most officials in Washington are likely to have, except in the most extreme circumstances. They can affect investments and job creation, shape culture and influence lawmakers. The Federal Reserve Bank has played a critical role in the financial crisis, but it couldn't have intervened successfully without a financial leader like Jamie Dimon, chief executive of J.P. Morgan Chase, which stepped in to purchase the (technically – because of the Fed´s mark-to market rule) failing investment bank Bear Stearns.
Comment: of course one Rothschild/JP Morgan agent, the Federal Reserve, helps another Rothschild agent, JP, Morgan!
For years, financial elites have argued that markets should self-regulate even as instruments grew more complex and risks more opaque. Then, when a crisis came, they used their influence to get top government officials to come in and help cauterize their self-inflicted wounds, warning of a "systemic failure." But critics are already correctly charging that new regulations to rein in global markets are largely protecting the interests of the richest.
Global research 25 June 2009: The Consumer Price Index ran a computer analysis of every high-interest loan reported by the industry to the U.S. government from 2005 through 2007, a period that marks the peak and collapse of the subprime market. From this pool of 7.2 million loans, CPI investigators identified the top subprime lenders. They labeled them as the “Subprime 25” that were responsible for nearly a trillion dollars of subprime lending, or 72 percent of all reported high interest loans (3). The “Subprime 25”, which are mostly no longer in business, were largely non-bank retail lenders that needed outside financing to make their subprime loans. The Center’s study found that at least 21 of these “Subprime 25” lenders were either owned outright by the biggest banks or former investment houses, or had their subprime lending hugely financed by those banks, either directly or through lines of credit. In other words, the largest American and European banks made the bubble in subprime lending possible by financing it on the front end, so they could reap the huge rewards from securitizing and selling mortgage-backed securities on the back end (3).
According to the CPI investigation, the mega-banks not only invested in subprime lending institutions, but they were the enablers, bankrollers, and instigators driving high-interest lending, and they did so because it was so lucrative and unregulated. Worse, in many instances these are the same financial institutions the government is now bailing out with tax revenues. The report will also give the readers an insight into the purchasing of a president, and a clue why Bush Jr. and Obama have rushed to bail out the financial giants.
The next logical question would be: Is there a correlation between the amount of contributions by the bankers and the election of a president? I would definitely say, yes. The investment bankers attempt to finance both sides of the existing parties; however, if you look at the numbers below, you will be forced to deduce that the candidate who receives the most money from them will be the prospective winner. As a result the commodity we think we elected is actually a product that was already pre-purchased and decided for us. Ironically, master propagandist Edward Bernays stated in his famous book, Propaganda, the following: “A presidential candidate may be “drafted” in response to “overwhelming demand,” but it is well known that his name may be decided upon by a half dozen men sitting around the table in a hotel room.”
Then follows the amount of the money that was contributed to candidates from the subprime 25 Top Recipients of Securities and Investment Company Contributions. 2007-2008: In the given list, Obama got by far the most funding 2007–2008.
It must be very frustrating, disappointing, and desolating when the regular person finally comes to the realization that the system he thought he was a part of depends mostly on money. That explains the general apathy and cynicism that the public has experienced toward politics and politicians. However, apathy leads to inaction, which makes the elite more powerful. Frustrating and confusing the populace is an excellent strategy to engender more apathy in their hearts, and to keep them alienated and at a distance from the daily political decisions.
Meanwhile, the people go back to their busy lives embodied in their multiple jobs, cumbersome debts and taxes, futile entertainment, and overwhelming disinformation and propaganda. Once again, they are left alone standing in the cold and wondering about the lost promises of change that their new Czar had once vowed to execute. Is Obama “the new face of change” only meant to be a physical manifestation rather than a political one? Is the purchasing of a President the key factor to maintain the status quo of power, while the middle class continues to be slowly assassinated?
More about the amero here
Here is the point: We have been bought and sold by ruthless New World Order criminals – “our” elected politicians are in bed with their overwhelmingly rich and influential corporations. This is prostitution - as described in Rev. 17 (the Great Whore). Farfetched?
Paul Craig Roberts Infowars 4 July, 2009 writes under the title:"The Whore House on the Potomac": The former British colonial power, has evolved into its final manifestation–a complete whore house. In Washington, everything is for sale, including journalistic integrity. The Post’s business division put out a flyer offering lobbyists access at the Post’s CEO’s gracious home to “those powerful few” in the Obama administration, Congress, and among the Post’s editors and reporters who decide the nation’s policies, such as health care.
The Washington Post’s flyer offered a Wal-Mart low cost of a mere $25,000 for one “salon” to interact with decision makers and $250,000 for eleven interactions.The US has no media.
As a former Danish Foreign Minister said in another context – but nevertheless: “If you can´t beat them, join them!” Which he did being both a bilderberger and a Trilateral commissionist! That´s why the text of the Book of Revelation is becoming even more interesting: “ 3… and all the world wondered at the beast. 4 And they worshipped the dragon which gave power unto the beast: and they worshipped the beast, saying, Who is like unto the beast? who is able to make war with him? 8 And all that dwell upon the earth shall worship him, whose names are not written in the book of life 16 And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads 17 and that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.
In my previous post, I mentioned Nicholas Rockefeller´s desire to implant nanochips in everybody´s brain – and the transhumanist, posthumanist endeavours to make this possible – the mark of the beast with information of our bankaccounts to be used instead of money in the world without money – administered through the world government´s new Central Bank, the IMF. Today chips under the skin are in use for identification purposes. Programming to politically correct behaviour will also be possible. Brave New World Order with greetings from Aldous Huxley from his hopefully red-hot Hell.
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