An urgent need exists for the public to peel off the infectious government love goggles. This anti-intellectualism has to stop. It became rampant during both of the Bush regimes, but honestly there was a lot of hope that the current regime, with the smooth, well-articulated drive toward the restoration of civil liberties would bring in a new era of enlightenment, this was pure naivety in retrospect considering all the humans rights violations–gitmo, for example.
Did everyone forget about the hunger strikes, and force feeding of inmates? What about the whole issue of closing down the concentration camp? It was allegedly designed, initially to house terrorism suspects, but just became a CIA torture hell pit, terrorist-training school.
This is just one of the many lawless aspects of the technocratic agenda, creating precedents for torture, justified by ‘terrorism’. It wasn’t right when they were persecuting Muslims, and it isn’t right to persecute Christians either.
Wasn’t the United States founded on religious tolerance? The looming threat of ‘terrorism’ justifies more illegal wars, on top of the hideous hegemonic insatiable gluttonous appetite of the multinational neo-colonialists who have usurped the ‘liberal’ and ‘progressive’ movements to ensure the public’s collective consciousness shuts down, tunes out, and continues to slurp up the decadent meaty liquid of popular culture readily dispensed via ubiquitous media sources, add the panopticon, a mass surveillance spy grid to the mix, the exploitation derived from an amped-up and unregulated emerging science like neuro economics, an innovative form of marketing that utilizes enhanced computer algorithms to map consumer behavior based on numerous variables, and a highly controlled, not to mention fixed situation manifests.
A recent article in Foreign Affairs, entitled ‘Colonialism’s Enduring Dividends’ by Bhaskar Chakravorti, Jianwei Dong, and Kate Fedosova argues that the United States isn’t taking advantage of the new colonialist business model of the future which promises to rake in billions for US corporations.
How the public is not expected to violently laugh and vomit at the same time is a bizarre mystery worthy of an alternate reality version of Sherlock Holmes, forced to investigate the nightmare landscape of the Twighlight Zone.
A malicious neo-colonialist agenda has been outlined clearly in government white papers, and academic reports through the guise of ‘liberalism’, egalitarianism, and a gross display of false altruistic concern.
Neo-colonialism is the practice of utilizing predatory capitalism in the underdeveloped nations, who have access to natural resources that the world is dependent on.
The corporatocracy is illustrated by John Perkins, former Chief Economist for Main Financial, in his book Confessions of an Economic Hitman. He describes his role at Main to provide exaggerated economic forecasts that would ensure inflated expenses to ensure that his company, and others like it would profit from lucrative contracts to ‘help’ build up the country’s infrastructure; he would attempt to convince the world leader on selling out their country’s future with massive World Bank and IMF loans that would be impossible to pay back.
The massive profits derived from these lucrative ventures go to corrupt above-the-law multinational corporations, while the people, exploited by their cheap labor and valuable resources are subjected to deeper levels of poverty.
If the economic hitmen were unable to negotiate with the leaders of that particular country, another character called ‘the jackal’ would move in and grant them an offer they couldn’t refuse, in true Godfather fashion. If the Jackal failed to deliver the desired results, the military would be sent in to redecorate–a new more cooperative dictator would replace the old guy who wasn’t a team player. The beauty of this system, Perkins relates, is that corporations can benefit from working with the government without regulations or congressional oversight.
It must be noted that the social institutions of government are not evil, but often have elements inside that operate with their own agenda, they lobby for the continued practice of launching a series of bloody, illegal wars, justified by preeminent protection measures against ‘terrorism’, to rob the third world populations of their natural resources just isn’t enough for the pandering intellectual snobs at Foreign Affairs–no, the corporate hunger pangs have turned to violent tremors threatening to throw the neo-liberal beasts into a complete frenzy, indicated by the series of blatant wars of the Muslim nations in the middle east under the false banner of ‘Democracy’ and ‘freedom’.
The false flag terror events orchestrated by black operatives to gain national support for an initial war in the middle east was a dream conceptualized by a small group of technocrats, the situation outlined in the ‘Project for a New American Century’ report, and the an obvious continuation of the infamous ‘Operation Northwoods’ report.
These pieces both outlines strategies for staging domestic violence by menacing civilian populations in an attempt to cast foreign enemies as scapegoats to justify calls for war, the enemies would be selected either as a means to an end, i.e., a pawn in a proxy war to covertly take aim at a larger target, or the enemy selection would be based on the sovereign nation in question’s possession of vast and lucrative natural resources.
In the early 1970’s, a classified document, the National Security Study Memorandum, NSSM 200 report on population was created by National Security Advisor Henry Kissinger to determine possible effects of the growing population on the United States. The report indicated that over population was becoming a serious threat to US national security interests, it reads:
“The U.S. medium projections show a world population of 12 billion by 2075 which implies a five-fold increase in south and Southeast Asia and in Latin American and a seven-fold increase in Africa, compared with a doubling in East Asia and a 40% increase in the presently developed countries.”
One solution was creating an educational atmosphere for the younger generation suggesting the benefits of a two child household; other solutions include:
the possibility of denying aid to third world countries as a deterrent for rapidly growing populations, the solution was to suggest these countries implement birth control education on a large scale, controlling rural areas(possibly with sterilants in medication, food and water as was later proposed by John P Holdren, in his book, Ecoscience, to manage populations), where ”fertility has been found to be higher”, where there is “inadequate information about and availability of means of fertility control” and also, “certain development programs may bring a faster demographic transition to lower fertility rates than other aspects of development. The World Population Plan of Action adopted at the World Population Conference recommends that countries working to affect fertility levels should be given priority to development programs and health and education strategies which have a decisive effect on fertility.” it also proposes to position women in the workplace to discourage larger families.
This report states that developing countries are burdened by their rich content of minerals and natural resources, and it implies that fast growing populations in Africa, Asia, and Latin America will continue to struggle to produce such resources under these dire conditions, which overall is really just a euphemistic way of suggesting these countries are in a prime spot to compete against imperialistic hegemony aggressively pursued by US interests.
The report highlights certain key countries and suggests withholding foreign aid unless they succumb to the proposed de-population efforts:
“Assistance for population moderation should give primary emphasis to the largest and fastest growing developing countries where there is special U.S. political and strategic interest. Those countries are: India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nigeria, Mexico, Indonesia, Brazil, the Philippines, Thailand, Egypt, Turkey, Ethiopia and Columbia. Together, they account for 47 percent of the world’s current population increase. (It should be recognized that at present AID bilateral assistance to some of these countries may not be acceptable.)”
The report further insinuates the need to relieve these countries of their natural resources:
“Rapid population growth is not in itself a major factor in pressure on depletable resources (fossil fuels and other minerals), since demand for them depends more on levels of industrial output than on numbers of people. On the other hand, the world is increasingly dependent on mineral supplies from developing countries, and if rapid population frustrates their prospects for economic development and social progress, the resulting instability may undermine the conditions for expanded output and sustained flows of such resources.”
One of the current, and unfortunately less reported examples of radical imperialism is the USAfricom program, a military operation designed to ‘help developing nations fight terrorism’.
Africom, established October 1st 2007, the little known massive militarization of Africa, and the next sequence in the loving tale of United States foreign policy, is an operation that has drastically restructured the US military command structure, to make an entity answerable to the secretary of defense for military operations with 53 African countries, it is a facet of the never-ending ‘war on terrorism’, providing military aid to certain groups, conducting civilian operations with the military, and protecting US oil interests, as the US purchases 24% of its oil from the African continent, and to hedge China’s progress in attempting to take advantage of the fossil fuels as well.
Representative Ed Royce (R-CA) said:
”Africa’s emerging potential as a major oil producer and supplier to the United States, has been of interest to the Sub-Committee on Africa that I’ve chaired for some time. The sub-committee held a hearing to look at this topic in 2000. It’s clearly in our national interest to diversify our energy supply, especially given the turbulent political climate in key parts of the world today. The expansion of energy production in Africa matches to that interest…”
The violent imperialist parade ensued in Afghanistan, then the public was led by the nose into Iraq, based on no real intelligence. The military escapades proceeded later in Egypt and Libya, while the public’s mind fog, a perpetual euphoric daze instigated by the pop culture opium of the masses, a literal zombie-like state created through means of ultra violence contained in movies, and video games with the endless obsession over the deviant drug habits of pop icons, but that is just one dimension of the mind numbing that befell the unsuspecting public.
President Obama said we couldn’t raise the standard of living in the third-world countries because ‘everything would boil over’ but the stated attempt of the pervasive neo colonialist agenda is to supposedly raise the standard of living while creating grossly inflated economic projections on the country’s potential prospects for growth justifying enormous loans for infrastructure, health, utility services, and other civil engineering mechanisms, in the hopes that the IMF and World Bank issued loans will be so gargantuan that the government in question would be ultimately unable to pay them back, causing them to be forced to surrender natural resources as collateral with the pending obligation to still pay the loan with interest in full.
This program of aggressive exploitation, not only avoids congressional scrutiny by virtue of being a covert fascist coup on the republic, with select government officials working in tandem with corporations in a conspiracy against vulnerable leaders to maximize profits, and destroy competition; the whole system flies under the public’s radar as well–most people just simply can’t believe that their elected officials would let such corruption run rampant.
The false debate created by the corporate-controlled media about capitalists verses socialists is losing momentum as people begin to realize that the corporations have a strangle hold over their lives.
This false system was set up to divert the public’s attention from true free market capitalism encouraging liberty verses a corporatocracy determined to established an unquestioned monopoly over all products while treating the world like a gigantic game of Risk.
With the ‘elected’ officials being devote disciples of the money cult of the Federal Reserve, with multinational corporations, don’t underestimate the ability to vote with dollars to put a dent in the system.