I have written several articles on postings related to politics. A list of links have been provided at bottom of this article for your convenience. This article will, however address different aspects on these political events.
Sometime in the late 1800s—nobody is quite sure exactly when—a man named Vilfredo Pareto was fussing about in his garden when he made a small but interesting discovery.
Pareto noticed that a tiny number of pea pods in his garden produced the majority of the peas.
Now, Pareto was a very mathematical fellow. He worked as an economist and one of his lasting legacies was turning economics into a science rooted in hard numbers and facts. Unlike many economists of the time, Pareto’s papers and books were filled with equations. And the peas in his garden had set his mathematical brain in motion.
What if this unequal distribution was present in other areas of life as well?
The Pareto Principle
At the time, Pareto was studying wealth in various nations. As he was Italian, he began by analyzing the distribution of wealth in Italy. To his surprise, he discovered that approximately 80 percent of the land in Italy was owned by just 20 percent of the people. Similar to the pea pods in his garden, most of the resources were controlled by a minority of the players.
Pareto continued his analysis in other nations and a pattern began to emerge. For instance, after poring through the British income tax records, he noticed that approximately 30 percent of the population in Great Britain earned about 70 percent of the total income.
As he continued researching, Pareto found that the numbers were never quite the same, but the trend was remarkably consistent. The majority of rewards always seemed to accrue to a small percentage of people. This idea that a small number of things account for the majority of the results became known as the Pareto Principle or, more commonly, the 80/20 Rule.
In the decades that followed, Pareto’s work practically became gospel for economists. Once he opened the world’s eyes to this idea, people started seeing it everywhere. And the 80/20 Rule is more prevalent now than ever before.
For example, through the 2015-2016 season in the National Basketball Association, 20 percent of franchises have won 75.3 percent of the championships. Furthermore, just two franchises—the Boston Celtics and the Los Angeles Lakers—have won nearly half of all the championships in NBA history. Like Pareto’s pea pods, a few teams account for the majority of the rewards.
Examples of the Pareto Principle exist in everything from real estate to income inequality to tech startups. In the 1950s, three percent of Guatemalans owned 70 percent of the land in Guatemala. In 2013, 8.4 percent of the world population controlled 83.3 percent of the world’s wealth. In 2015, one search engine, Google, received 64 percent of search queries.
Why does this happen? Why do a few people, teams, and organizations enjoy the bulk of the rewards in life? To answer this question, let’s consider an example from nature.
The Power of Accumulative Advantage
The Amazon rainforest is one of the most diverse ecosystems on Earth. Scientists have cataloged approximately 16,000 different tree species in the Amazon. But despite this remarkable level of diversity, researchers have discovered that there are approximately 227 “hyperdominant” tree species that make up nearly half of the rainforest. Just 1.4 percent of tree species account for 50 percent of the trees in the Amazon.
Imagine two plants growing side by side. Each day they will compete for sunlight and soil. If one plant can grow just a little bit faster than the other, then it can stretch taller, catch more sunlight, and soak up more rain. The next day, this additional energy allows the plant to grow even more. This pattern continues until the stronger plant crowds the other out and takes the lion’s share of sunlight, soil, and nutrients.
From this advantageous position, the winning plant has a better ability to spread seeds and reproduce, which gives the species an even bigger footprint in the next generation. This process gets repeated again and again until the plants that are slightly better than the competition dominate the entire forest.
Scientists refer to this effect as “accumulative advantage.” What begins as a small advantage gets bigger over time. One plant only needs a slight edge in the beginning to crowd out the competition and take over the entire forest.
Something similar happens in our lives.
Like plants in the rainforest, humans are often competing for the same resources. Politicians compete for the same votes. Authors compete for the same spot at the top of the best-seller list. Athletes compete for the same gold medal. Companies compete for the same potential client. Television shows compete for the same hour of your attention.
The difference between these options can be razor thin, but the winners enjoy massively outsized rewards.
Imagine two women swimming in the Olympics. One of them might be 1/100th of a second faster than the other, but she gets all of the gold medal. Ten companies might pitch a potential client, but only one of them will win the project. You only need to be a little bit better than the competition to secure all of the reward. Or, perhaps you are applying for a new job. Two hundred candidates might compete for the same role, but being just slightly better than other candidates earns you the entire position.
Situations in which small differences in performance lead to outsized rewards are known as Winner-Take-All Effects.
These situations in which small differences in performance lead to outsized rewards are known as Winner-Take-All Effects. They typically occur in situations that involve relative comparison, where your performance relative to those around you is the determining factor in your success.
Not everything in life is a Winner-Take-All competition, but nearly every area of life is at least partially affected by limited resources. Any decision that involves using a limited resource like time or money will naturally result in a winner-take-all situation.
In situations like these, being just a little bit better than the competition can lead to outsized rewards because the winner takes all. You only win by 1 percent or 1 second or 1 dollar, but you capture 100 percent of the victory. The advantage of being a little bit better is not a little bit more reward, but the entire reward. The winner gets one and the rest get zero.
Winner-Take-All Leads to Winner-Take-Most
Winner-Take-All Effects in individual competitions can lead to Winner-Take-Most Effects in the larger game of life.
From this advantageous position—with the gold medal in hand or with cash in the bank or from the chair of the Oval Office—the winner begins the process of accumulating advantages that make it easier for them to win the next time around. What began as a small margin is starting to trend toward the 80/20 Rule.
If one road is slightly more convenient than the other, then more people travel down it and more businesses are likely to build alongside it. As more businesses are built, people have additional reasons for using the road and so it gets even more traffic. Soon you end up with a saying like, “20 percent of the roads receive 80 percent of the traffic.”
If one business has a technology that is more innovative than another, then more people will buy their products. As the business makes more money, they can invest in additional technology, pay higher salaries, and hire better people. By the time the competition catches up, there are other reasons for customers to stick with the first business. Soon, one company dominates the industry.
If one author hits the best-seller list, then publishers will be more interested in their next book. When the second book comes out, the publisher will put more resources and marketing power behind it, which makes it easier to hit the best-seller list for a second time. Soon, you begin to understand why a few books sell millions of copies while the majority struggle to sell a few thousand copies.
The margin between good and great is narrower than it seems. What begins as a slight edge over the competition compounds with each additional contest.
The margin between good and great is narrower than it seems. What begins as a slight edge over the competition compounds with each additional contest. Winning one competition improves your odds of winning the next. Each additional cycle further cements the status of those at the top.
Over time, those that are slightly better end up with the majority of the rewards. Those that are slightly worse end up with next to nothing. This idea is sometimes referred to as The Matthew Effect, which references a passage in The Bible that says, “For all those who have, more will be given, and they will have an abundance; but from those who have nothing, even what they have will be taken away.”
Now, let’s come back to the question I posed near the beginning of this article. Why do a few people, teams, and organizations enjoy the bulk of the rewards in life?
The 1 Percent Rule
Small differences in performance can lead to very unequal distributions when repeated over time. This is yet another reason why habits are so important. The people and organizations that can do the right things, more consistently are more likely to maintain a slight edge and accumulate disproportionate rewards over time.
You only need to be slightly better than your competition, but if you are able to maintain a slight edge today and tomorrow and the day after that, then you can repeat the process of winning by just a little bit over and over again. And thanks to Winner-Take-All Effects, each win delivers outsized rewards.
We can call this The 1 Percent Rule. The 1 Percent Rule states that over time the majority of the rewards in a given field will accumulate to the people, teams, and organizations that maintain a 1 percent advantage over the alternatives. You don’t need to be twice as good to get twice the results. You just need to be slightly better.
The 1 Percent Rule is not merely a reference to the fact that small differences accumulate into significant advantages, but also to the idea that those who are 1 percent better rule their respective fields and industries. Thus, the process of accumulative advantage is the hidden engine that drives the 80/20 Rule.
Do the 1% control the world? In 2016 the combined wealth of the richest 1% of the population will surpass the entire wealth of rest of the world’s 99% At the same time, one billion people on the planet will be living on less than $1.
25 a day, and 1 in 9 people will go hungry because of poverty But perhaps more worrying than the ever-growing wage gap, is the potential power and influence that this money inherently brings with it With every year that passes, the richest 1% of the world become ever more powerful, controlling three major sectors within society: Finance, Politics and the Media So, is it possible that this 1% control the world? In 2008 the average income of America’s 99% was $51,000 a year, compared to the wealthiest 1% of the country who have an average income of $27m annually.
But how does this money translate into control? A study conducted at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich found that all of the major world transnational companies – which is around 43,000 – can be traced back to a “super entity” of only 147 companies And 49 out of the top 50 super companies are finance related, like banks or insurers The largest 6 banks in the world have a combined wealth of $251 trillion, which is enough money for $3500 per person on earth, or enough to fund the US government for 7 years This has resulted in just a few people being in control of the majority of the world’s finances And this amount of money and control over the world’s finances is dangerous, because wealth transfers into political influence In response to the unequal distribution of wealth, an organization called The Occupy Movement has fought back against major banks and multinational corporations, to protest the unfairness that lobbying has on the democratic process The act of lobbying is when individuals or groups pressurize government decision makers to prioritize their issues, so that certain laws and policies are passed. Lobbying happens in the US, the UK, Europe, and many other countries around the world But in America, lobbyists in 2015 spent a total of $324 billion – using money in order to persuade politicians toward their way of thinking For two months the Occupy Movement took over Zuccotti Park in New York and inspired many other similar movements across the globe to fight against lobbying and inequality But lobbying in the States is still very active.
After the Sandy Hook shooting in December 2012, anti-gun control funds for lobbying were 7 times higher than those in support of tighter gun control, in the attempt to persuade government officials not to change gun laws In America and Europe in 2013 the financial sector spent $650 million on lobbying government policies And it’s not only lobbying that allows the rich to influence the political world Many politicians are already part of the 1% The Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump has an estimated worth of $4 billion dollars, and former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is thought to have around $37.
5 billion to his name And it’s estimated that 31 of the 43 American presidents were millionaires when they took office This personal finance, combined with a 2010 Supreme Court Ruling that allows unlimited money to be spent during election campaigns, allows hopeful, rich politicians to reach as many voters as possible So has democracy become a buyable commodity? Control over the world’s finances and politics isn’t the end of the 1%’s reach At a fundamental level, the media’s role is to inform audiences on newsworthy and cultural issues.
But it also has the potential to influence people’s judgments, distract attention, and highlight certain issues Today 6 media giants control 90% of America’s mainstream media Whereas in 1983, 50 companies owned the same percentage The effect of this is that just 232 media executives now control the information that goes to 277 million Americans Michael Snyder for The Economic Collapse Blog argues that, because these companies control most of what we watch, hear, and read, we are all deeply influenced by the messages that they constantly depict
Snyder claims that these media houses are not there to tell the truth, but to aid in the purpose of making money News Corp and Rupert Murdoch are commonly associated with media control, owning a vast right-wing media empire, which includes 120 newspapers, the Fox Channels, and also a large Stake in Sky So with the media aimed toward making money, lobbyists influencing politics, politicians themselves part of the 1% club, and the world’s finances controlled by a handful of the 1%, are we losing the control we had over society – or has this freedom been an illusion the whole time?
In today’s global economy, financial security is increasingly the property of the 1%. No surprise, then, that, as a sense of economic instability continued to grow over the past decade, angst turned to anger, a transition that — from the U.S. to the Philippines, Hungary to Brazil, Poland to Mexico — has provoked a plethora of voter upheavals. In the process, a 1930s-style brew of rising nationalism and blaming the “other” — whether that other was an immigrant, a religious group, a country, or the rest of the world — emerged.
This phenomenon offered a series of Trumpian figures, including of course The Donald himself, an opening to ride a wave of “populism” to the heights of the political system. That the backgrounds and records of none of them — whether you’re talking about Donald Trump, Viktor Orbán, Rodrigo Duterte, or Jair Bolsonaro (among others) — reflected the daily concerns of the “common people,” as the classic definition of populism might have it, hardly mattered. Even a billionaire could, it turned out, exploit economic insecurity effectively and use it to rise to ultimate power.
Ironically, as that American master at evoking the fears of apprentices everywhere showed, to assume the highest office in the land was only to begin a process of creating yet more fear and insecurity. Trump’s trade wars, for instance, have typically infused the world with increased anxiety and distrust toward the U.S., even as they thwarted the ability of domestic business leaders and ordinary people to plan for the future. Meanwhile, just under the surface of the reputed good times, the damage to that future only intensified. In other words, the groundwork has already been laid for what could be a frightening transformation, both domestically and globally.
That Old Financial Crisis
To understand how we got here, let’s take a step back. Only a decade ago, the world experienced a genuine global financial crisis, a meltdown of the first order. Economic growth ended; shrinking economies threatened to collapse; countless jobs were cut; homes were foreclosed upon and lives wrecked. For regular people, access to credit suddenly disappeared. No wonder fears rose. No wonder for so many a brighter tomorrow ceased to exist.
The details of just why the Great Recession happened have since been glossed over by time and partisan spin. This September, when the 10th anniversary of the collapse of the global financial services firm Lehman Brothers came around, major business news channels considered whether the world might be at risk of another such crisis. However, coverage of such fears, like so many other topics, was quickly tossed aside in favor of paying yet more attention to Donald Trump’s latest tweets, complaints, insults, and lies. Why? Because such a crisis was so 2008 in a year in which, it was claimed, we were enjoying a first class economic high and edging toward the longest bull-market in Wall Street history. When it came to “boom versus gloom,” boom won hands down.
None of that changed one thing, though: most people still feel left behind both in the U.S. and globally. Thanks to the massive accumulation of wealth by a 1% skilled at gaming the system, the roots of a crisis that didn’t end with the end of the Great Recession have spread across the planet, while the dividing line between the “have-nots” and the “have-a-lots” only sharpened and widened.
Though the media hasn’t been paying much attention to the resulting inequality, the statistics (when you see them) on that ever-widening wealth gap are mind-boggling. According to Inequality.org, for instance, those with at least $30 million in wealth globally had the fastest growth rate of any group between 2016 and 2017. The size of that club rose by 25.5% during those years, to 174,800 members. Or if you really want to grasp what’s been happening, consider that, between 2009 and 2017, the number of billionaires whose combined wealth was greater than that of the world’s poorest 50% fell from 380 to just eight. And by the way, despite claims by the president that every other country is screwing America, the U.S. leads the pack when it comes to the growth of inequality. As Inequality.org notes, it has “much greater shares of national wealth and income going to the richest 1% than any other country.”
That, in part, is due to an institution many in the U.S. normally pay little attention to: the U.S. central bank, the Federal Reserve. It helped spark that increase in wealth disparity domestically and globally by adopting a post-crisis monetary policy in which electronically fabricated money (via a program called quantitative easing, or QE) was offered to banks and corporations at significantly cheaper rates than to ordinary Americans.
Pumped into financial markets, that money sent stock prices soaring, which naturally ballooned the wealth of the small percentage of the population that actually owned stocks. According to economist Stephen Roach, considering the Fed’s Survey of Consumer Finances, “It is hardly a stretch to conclude that QE exacerbated America’s already severe income disparities.”
Wall Street, Central Banks and Everyday People
What has since taken place around the world seems right out of the 1930s. At that time, as the world was emerging from the Great Depression, a sense of broad economic security was slow to return. Instead, fascism and other forms of nationalism only gained steam as people turned on the usual cast of politicians, on other countries, and on each other. (If that sounds faintly Trumpian to you, it should.)
In our post-2008 era, people have witnessed trillions of dollars flowing into bank bailouts and other financial subsidies, not just from governments but from the world’s major central banks. Theoretically, private banks, as a result, would have more money and pay less interest to get it. They would then lend that money to Main Street. Businesses, big and small, would tap into those funds and, in turn, produce real economic growth through expansion, hiring sprees, and wage increases. People would then have more dollars in their pockets and, feeling more financially secure, would spend that money driving the economy to new heights — and all, of course, would then be well.
That fairy tale was pitched around the globe. In fact, cheap money also pushed debt to epic levels, while the share prices of banks rose, as did those of all sorts of other firms, to record-shattering heights.
Even in the U.S., however, where a magnificent recovery was supposed to have been in place for years, actual economic growth simply didn’t materialize at the levels promised. At 2% per year, the average growth of the American gross domestic product over the past decade, for instance, has been half the average of 4% before the 2008 crisis. Similar numbers were repeated throughout the developed world and most emerging markets. In the meantime, total global debt hit $247 trillion in the first quarter of 2018. As the Institute of International Finance found, countries were, on average, borrowing about three dollars for every dollar of goods or services created.
What the Fed (along with central banks from Europe to Japan) ignited, in fact, was a disproportionate rise in the stock and bond markets with the money they created. That capital sought higher and faster returns than could be achieved in crucial infrastructure or social strengthening projects like building roads, high-speed railways, hospitals, or schools.
What followed was anything but fair. As former Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen noted four years ago, “It is no secret that the past few decades of widening inequality can be summed up as significant income and wealth gains for those at the very top and stagnant living standards for the majority.” And, of course, continuing to pour money into the highest levels of the private banking system was anything but a formula for walking that back.
Instead, as more citizens fell behind, a sense of disenfranchisement and bitterness with existing governments only grew. In the U.S., that meant Donald Trump. In the United Kingdom, similar discontent was reflected in the June 2016 Brexit vote to leave the European Union (EU), which those who felt economically squeezed to death clearly meant as a slap at both the establishment domestically and EU leaders abroad.
Since then, multiple governments in the European Union, too, have shifted toward the populist right. In Germany, recent elections swung both right and left just six years after, in July 2012, European Central Bank (ECB) head Mario Draghi exuded optimism over the ability of such banks to protect the financial system, the Euro, and generally hold things together.
Like the Fed in the U.S., the ECB went on to manufacture money, adding another $3 trillion to its books that would be deployed to buy bonds from favored countries and companies. That artificial stimulus, too, only increased inequality within and between countries in Europe. Meanwhile, Brexit negotiations remain ruinously divisive, threatening to rip Great Britain apart.
Nor was such a story the captive of the North Atlantic. In Brazil, where left-wing president Dilma Rouseff was ousted from power in 2016, her successor Michel Temer oversaw plummeting economic growth and escalating unemployment. That, in turn, led to the election of that country’s own Donald Trump, nationalistic far-right candidate Jair Bolsonaro who won a striking 55.2% of the vote against a backdrop of popular discontent. In true Trumpian style, he is disposed against both the very idea of climate change and multilateral trade agreements.
In Mexico, dissatisfied voters similarly rejected the political known, but by swinging left for the first time in 70 years. New president Andrés Manuel López Obrador, popularly known by his initials AMLO, promised to put the needs of ordinary Mexicans first. However, he has the U.S. — and the whims of Donald Trump and his “great wall” — to contend with, which could hamper those efforts.
As AMLO took office on December 1st, the G20 summit of world leaders was unfolding in Argentina. There, amid a glittering backdrop of power and influence, the trade war between the U.S. and the world’s rising superpower, China, came even more clearly into focus. While its president, Xi Jinping, having fully consolidated power amid a wave of Chinese nationalism, could become his country’s longest serving leader, he faces an international landscape that would have amazed and befuddled Mao Zedong.
Though Trump declared his meeting with Xi a success because the two sides agreed on a 90-day tariff truce, his prompt appointment of an anti-Chinese hardliner, Robert Lighthizer, to head negotiations, a tweet in which he referred to himself in superhero fashion as a “Tariff Man,” and news that the U.S. had requested that Canada arrest and extradite an executive of a key Chinese tech company, caused the Dow to take its fourth largest plunge in history and then fluctuate wildly as economic fears of a future “Great Something” rose. More uncertainty and distrust were the true product of that meeting.
In fact, we are now in a world whose key leaders, especially the president of the United States, remain willfully oblivious to its long-term problems, putting policies like deregulation, fake nationalist solutions, and profits for the already grotesquely wealthy ahead of the future lives of the mass of citizens. Consider the yellow-vest protests that have broken out in France, where protestors identifying with left and right political parties are calling for the resignation of neoliberal French President Emmanuel Macron. Many of them, from financially starved provincial towns, are angry that their purchasing power has dropped so low they can barely make ends meet.
Ultimately, what transcends geography and geopolitics is an underlying level of economic discontent sparked by twenty-first-century economics and a resulting Grand Canyon-sized global inequality gap that is still widening. Whether the protests go left or right, what continues to lie at the heart of the matter is the way failed policies and stop-gap measures put in place around the world are no longer working, not when it comes to the non-1% anyway. People from Washington to Paris, London to Beijing, increasingly grasp that their economic circumstances are not getting better and are not likely to in any presently imaginable future, given those now in power.
A Dangerous Recipe
The financial crisis of 2008 initially fostered a policy of bailing out banks with cheap money that went not into Main Street economies but into markets enriching the few. As a result, large numbers of people increasingly felt that they were being left behind and so turned against their leaders and sometimes each other as well.
This situation was then exploited by a set of self-appointed politicians of the people, including a billionaire TV personality who capitalized on an increasingly widespread fear of a future at risk. Their promises of economic prosperity were wrapped in populist platitudes, normally (but not always) of a right-wing sort. Lost in this shift away from previously dominant political parties and the systems that went with them was a true form of populism, which would genuinely put the needs of the majority of people over the elite few, build real things including infrastructure, foster organic wealth distribution, and stabilize economies above financial markets.
In the meantime, what we have is, of course, a recipe for an increasingly unstable and vicious world.
Simply put, the globalist movement is an alliance based on self-interest of the private international financiers and the royal, dynastic and hereditary land owning families of Britain, Europe and America which over the years have intermarried to create a self regenerating power structure that through lies and deception seeks to control everything and everyone on earth. Through their control of the ability to create money, they are able to exercise control over all the power centers of society including the corporations, the media, culture creation, the educational system, the historical societies, the political system, the military, religion, foundations and other NGOs, medicine, and law. Over time they have extended their network of control to include elites from countries all over the world working towards the same end.
The Globalist Movement
But of course its never a simple matter. Many of those involved are not privy to the inner workings and aims of the core group, rather they think they have power but in reality only play their part as unwitting dupes to enact the real aims of the elites at the heart of the movement. Think of it as rings within rings within rings with only those at the very center understandings its true aims and intent.
Long time researcher into the globalists, their roots and agenda, is G. Edward Griffin. His presentation given at the University of Texas on April 29, 2008 titled “The Quigley Formula – A Conspiratorial View of History as Explained by the Conspirators Themselves” provides a valuable insight into the elite’s plan for continued domination. This discussion is by no means the end all be all in understanding the elite but is a necessary and vital primer on the history and goals of the elite.
Of course, it is important to recognize that this conspiracy of the elite at war with the public is nothing new. In fact, it is thousands of years old. The elite have always sought to advance themselves and enslave the people whom they rule. Sadly, today is no different in that respect.
There are, however, a number of very important distinctions between now and then. First, they are much better organized today than they have been in the past as you shall discover. Second, they have and are using advanced psychological/propaganda techniques which they are applying through the mass media (culture creation – TV, radio, video games, music, fashion) and the educational system. Third, the elite now have an arsenal of technology far more advanced than they tell the general public that they are using covertly and will use more overtly in the future to attempt to ensure their dominance. And fourth and finally, given the psychological and technological means and methods at their disposal as they now seek their utopia which, if we don’t stop them, will result in the complete enslavement of humanity over the coming decades once and for all (at least for those of us who unlike them have a conscience). If they are successful, there will be no turning back as they will eliminate those who do not serve them and the state and replace us with new improved genetically engineered servants.
To fully recognize who they are and what their goals are requires an extensive study of history and everyone is encourage to read their books and do your own research on all topics discussed. On this website we seek to expose them by referencing their own works and those of tireless researchers over the past several decades so that you might come to understand more fully the world in which you live and that you might come to break the conditioning provided by these social engineers and envision for yourself a very different possible world.
The Globalist Agenda represents a plan to bring all of Earth’s inhabitants under the control of a single, global state. There is a small, but powerful group of individuals who are the architects and instigators behind the formation and implementation of this “New World Order”. Using their influence through international organizations such as the IMF, World Bank, the Royal Institute of International Affairs (RIIA), the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), the Trilateral Commission, the Bilderberg Group, the United Nations, NATO, and hundreds of other non-governmental organizations, the objective of these internationalists is nothing less than the subjugation of everyone on the planet as servants to a one world government (servants means slaves). A government run by the same small group of elite that have ruled the masses for a very long time under various guises. These elite are the descendents of those that ruled for at least the past 2 centuries – kings and queens, bankers, robber barons, priests, and assorted subservient oligarchs and media representatives. Their desire for a return to a one world feudal state should come as no surprise to anyone who has read a little history. It is their nature after all.
In the modern manifestation these people can be seen as kings and queens, international bankers, the military industrial complex and their servants – the corporate CEOs, scientists, professors, lawyers, heads of NGO’s, politicians, and media leaders – all of whom the elite control partially or completely. Sad but true – you can buy or brainwash most national bankers, soldiers, beaurocrats, CEOs, scientists, lawyers, NGOs, politicians and journalists to say what you want them to say.
If you allow their plans to proceed, you will see how under the guise of keeping us all safe with anti-terrorist laws, the globalists will see all citizens gradually and incrementally lose their civil liberties preventing any dissent against either the government or the ruling elite who give the government their orders. The purpose of this website is to first provide a concise base of knowledge explaining the historical origins and mechanisms of the “one-world government” plan, and second, to provide avenues of resistance and methodologies for survival within the Chaos purposely imposed within this plot to enslave all of humanity.
“We are not going to achieve a new world order without paying for it in blood as well as in words and money.”
– Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., in “Foreign Affairs”, July/August 1995.
Social Darwinism / Elitism
The elite believe they are a more advanced form of human. In order to justify their belief they grafted Darwin’s theories of biological evolution onto social organization to create Social Darwinism. Over the centuries they have referred to the public variously as cattle, sheep and “its” (as Plato did in The Republic) and Social Darwinism is merely the modern expression of this attitude and their elitist belief system. Under this belief system only those that have proven their worth over many generations of dominance and control are worthy of entrance into high elite circles.
Eugenics / Selective Breeding
The elite throughout history in support of belief in their own superiority over the common person have practiced interbreeding among themselves. They do this to preserve intelligence, love of power and above all the ruthlessness and willingness to kill as required. They still practice this today. Also, along similar lines they believe in and practice of eugenics on the public to control the population and to make them more docile, controlled, stupid and compliant. Having been exposed by Hitler’s atrocities the elite went underground – for example by renaming Eugenics Quarterly to Social Biology in 1969.
Psychopathy Among Elites
This is not a belief but more of an sobering fact that must be considered when evaluating the values and actions of the elite. It has been well established, as shown by Andrew Lobaczewski in his book “Political Ponerology” & cell phone spy, that the elite and those that are most capable of rising to the top of a system based on money are psychopathic. This includes leaders in all centers of power including business and politics. As psychopaths they have no conscience, lust for power and control and are literally capable of anything.
The Ends Justify the Means
Because the elite truly believe that the ends justifies the means and the fact that they are for the most part psychopathic, they have absolutely no problem lying to the public. This is also known as the ethics of war where the only morally abhorrant act is losing.
Mystery Religions / Occult
As hard as it is to imagine, the elite practice a form of pagan religion based on the mystery school religions of Sumer and Babylon under which they seek to achieve godhood. Equally important is the use of religion to control the masses and to that end they create exoteric (visible) religions for the masses while embedding in those religions esoteric (hidden) meanings that only those that and enlighted, or illumined as they call it, are able to understand. Consequently, the ancient symbols used thousands of years ago can still be seen in religion, business and the media today.
Collectivism as Social Control
After experimenting for hundreds of years with different forms of social organization, the elite have concluded that collectivism is the best form of social control. For this reason, and according to the United Nations, totalitarian China is considered the model state for the future.
The elite have long viewed a rising population as a threat to their dominance. They realized that eventually a large number of people will inevitably overthrow and remove them from power. They are particularly concerned with the middle class whose intelligence and capacity to organize makes them the biggest threat. Consequently, the elite plan to destroy the middle class and make all the of public equally poor and thus incapable of rebelling. As written on the Georgia Guidestones, they want a global population of just 500 million. This means 6+ billion people must die over the coming century.
The evolution of society is not something the elite can leave to chance since society could evolve in thousands of different and unpredictable ways. If they were ever to allow this they might lose their control and dominance over us. In order to continue their position as the dominant minority, they plan decades and even centuries in advance.
Revelation of the Method
The elite’s do tell us through their books and publications, movies and news releases what they are doing – this is called Revelation of the Method. If you are too stupid to recognize it for what it is that is your problem from their point of view. It is a form of ritual mocking of the victim.
“The New World Order, although it’s not really, it’s called the New World Order, it’s an old, old idea of having a controlled and planned world society that really is a merger of two systems and that was the Soviet system and the Capitalist system. But out of it is to come an efficient planned society. In other words, eventually down the road everyone who’s born will be born only if there is a function for them to serve, and that is the key word to serve – and that is to serve the world state. People have been categorized all through their lives from school onwards from generation after generation into a eugenics program where the elite have long ago decided on who were the junk genes – meaning the commoners at the bottom – will there be a future for them? Well, they don’t need them so they are going to eradicate them under the guise of overpopulation. And interestingly enough, because they know most people live their whole lives without an original thought (they really don’t – thoughts are downloaded into them, opinions are given to them – they adopt opinions), they must have the consent of the public for this agenda including, down the road very very soon in fact, voluntary sterilization to save poor old mother earth and bring the population down. And when you look at what’s been taught scientifically, a scientific socialism you might say, what’s being taught even in kindergarten onwards today, they’re giving them up towards this world where you’ll sacrifice yourself if need be for mother earth. It’s a religion of sorts – it uses all of the techniques of religion because religion has worked so well in the past. Michael Gorbachev, who is part of this structure for a global society, said ‘We are creating a new world religion and it will be based on a form of earth worship’. By that he meant you will literally live to serve mother earth. Of course Mother Earth has a new priesthood, there’s always a priesthood, and you find its the experts, a scientific society, who already have declared they are too superior for the rest of us to be around and they have the natural right – they’re the natural aristocracy as they call themselves – but in reality all scientists who depend on grants or funding from the wealthy, the already established wealthy elite, they’re just the lackeys of those at the top. At the top of this system you have very old families who’ve held on and acquired more and more power down through many centuries and they’ve declared they’re at the top of the Darwinian tree and beneath them you have the scientific society that makes the weapons for them, including weapons that will eventually control the mind, and they plan to run the whole world as a planned – not just a planned parenthood society – a planned society where every country which will be subservient to a global government.“
One very important aspect of world control is exactly how does one go about controlling and dominating a society, or for that matter the world as a whole. Anthony Sutton spelled it out quite well in his book “America’s Secret Establishment”. He exposed the fact that the global elite came to the correct conclusion that to control and manipulate a society for their benefit they need to control only a certain finite aspects of society. These are:
- Education (how the population of the future will behave)
- Money (the means of holding wealth and exchanging goods)
- Law (the authority to enforce the will of the state, a world law and a world court is needed for a world state)
- Politics (the direction of the State and Economy)
- History (what people believed happened in the past)
- Psychology (the means of controlling how people think)
- Philanthropy (so that people think well of the controllers)
- Medicine (the power over health, life and death)
- Religion (people’s spiritual beliefs)
- Media (what people know and learn about current events)
- Continuity (the power to appoint who follows in your footsteps)
What this amounts to is nothing less than infiltrating and controlling the power centers of a society. By placing their own people in key positions they could come to control and dominate a society completely and steer it in any direction they choose.
His observations are well made and reflected, and expanded upon slightly, in the categories on this site. Take a minute an think about it – what would you do if you wanted to gain control of an entire society?
The elite’s utopia is not the Star Trek federation ideal but rather and complete controlled on dominated society consisting of the elite and their slaves.
Population Reduction to less than 1 Billion people
The elite firmly believe the earth is overpopulated and the population must by any and all means (war, starvation and pandemics included) be reduced to less than 1 billion people.
Post Industrial Feudalism
The elite believe that the current level of resource consumption is unsustainable in the long run and consequently the world must enter a post industrial society once again based on a form of scientific feudalism.
As sociopathic control freaks, the elite want to create a completely controlled society of slaves that are implanted with microchips so they can track every move of the population and ultimately control every thought a person has. As an interim step, all products we purchase will include and RFID chip that can track and trace the location of all we own. Also, cash will be eliminated as a medium of exchange and replaced with cashless credit and all those who refuse to comply with the elite’s dictates will simply have their cards turned off. Ultimately, those that are implanted will be able to be downloaded with new information/skills and reprogrammed for new tasks as the need requires and individual free thought will be impossible.
Purpose Made Humans
As their knowledge of genetic engineering advances, the intent is to create a slave class of purpose made humans to serve the elite. As part of the new society they seek to create, the elite seek to control reproduction in a scientific manner. Ultimately, they seek to control/restrict reproduction scientifically and create hermaphroditic slaves/beings who will be granted permission to reproduce and only be given that permission if they have proven their worth to the state.
The elite are obsessed with death and the possibility of escaping it through science to achieve immortality. The tremendous amounts of money being pored into research in genetics and life extension reflects this. Of course, only those with tremendous wealth will be granted access to the technology necessary to live forever.
As the elite’s seek immortality, they foresee a possible future in which they merge with machines and the resulting “species” lives immortal lives and replaces all humans as we know them today.
The top 1 percent rule the world, because they control all the resources and all the power. Our first communities were run by either the strongest or the wisest. They eventually became the richest. To concentrate their power they developed the transition of power along bloodlines. Kings and queens and emperors were born, not made. As time progressed many monarchies were created and vanished, but many of these families still retain power and wealth. They eventually became the 1 percent. Along the way ingenuity helped other families to be added to the list. Whether by birth or ingenuity or just plain luck these families arose. They now feel that it is their right to rule the rule the world and control the resources. The 99% are there just to serve them. The players change over time as they either fall from grace or are created by changes in fortune. The power and wealth of these families is beyond comprehension. As long as this trend continues to go on, there will never truly be any reform. Unfortunately President Donald Trump found this out. For a brief period of time there was hope that things would be different. However, they were simply too strong.
alltimeconspiracies.com, “Does The One Percent Rule The World?”; jamesclear.com, ” The 1 Percent Rule: Why a Few People Get Most of the Rewards,” By James Clear; truthdig.com, “The World Is Now the Property of the 1 Percent,” By Nomi Prins; mediapost.com, “String Theories: How Many People Run The World?” By Tom Siebert; globalistagenda.org, “The Globalist Agenda: How the Elite Control Your Mind and Your Life;” indiatimes.com, “These Are The 13 Families In The World That Apparently Control Everything – From Politics To Terrorism,” By Rishabh Banerji;
String Theories: How Many People Run The World?
How many people do you think run the world? If you say nobody rules the world, or there is no cabal that rules the world, I’m calling bullsh!t. Feel free to fold me up a nice little tinfoil, but I’m going to pound it down and out.
This is all top of mind this week because last November’s interview with former Facebook executive for user growth, Chamath Palihapitiya, started making the rounds again, as Fakebook and Zuck got cucked in the search for scapegoats who can still be tied to Russia, now that the Trump thing is kinda sorta halfway falling apart.
The focus has been on Palihapitaya’s comments about how Facebook is “programming” us and the “guilt” he feels about popularizing the platform, which he believes is “ripping apart” society. But there’s also an eyebrow-raising segment where he talks about who runs the world:
“There are about 150 people that run the world. Anyone who wants to go into politics — they’re all fucking puppets … There are 150, and they’re all men, that rule the world. Period. Full stop. They control most of the important assets. They control the money flows … And these are not the tech entrepreneurs. They are going to get rolled over in the next five to 10 years, by the people that are underneath pulling the strings.”
His whole interview is a must watch, but that last segment is the $1,000 bill from his money quote: “The tech entrepreneurs are going to get rolled over in the next five to 10 years by the people that are underneath pulling the strings.”
The evidence of the day shows he may be behind the curve.
Look around. Will it even take five to 10 years? You can sense the accelerated timeline — these 150 dudes may think they don’t really have that much time. The internet is making a disgruntled populace both better and worse informed, more divided socially, yet united in dire political straits and ripe for some kind of pitchforks, torches and AR-17 kind of thing.
Sure looks like constricting free speech on the internet is a top goal to squelch that, STAT.
Let’s recall that one of the key subjects addressed at last year’s Bilderberg Conference — which customarily has 120-150 attendees — was “The War on Information.” The media spin was that it addressed how to battle “fake news,” but what if it didn’t? What if it was about the opposite? It’s not like any reporters were allowed into the conference.
The preferred term for this so-called elite crew of world shapers is “Superclass,” as explained to us not-so-superclass types by somebody who would know: David Rothkopf, who wrote the book Superclass while he was managing director of Kissinger Associates. It is a political and strategic consultancy that only Superclass types — mostly white, male, trans-Atlantic — can afford.
Who are these Superclass folks running the world? As Palihapitiya says in his eminently quotable interview, they “don’t give a shit what you think about their fucking worldview.”
For that information, the best resource into this fascinating shadow world of money, finance, power, murder, bribery and blackmail is the Netherlands-based Institute for the Study of Globalization and Covert Politics.
If there is a website anyone trying to get to the bottom of things needs as a clearinghouse of information, the ISGP is it. The ISGP focuses specifically on this Superclass, which it also calls — quoting Henry Kissinger, from his eulogy for The Washington Post’s Katharine Graham — “the permanent Establishment.”
The ISGP figures out who is classified as Superclass via their wealth, social standing and membership in various government and non-government organizations, then ranks them by the number of interconnecting venn diagram circles. Henry Kissinger is No. 1.
Once you’ve gotten into the ISGP, you’re in the ballpark of the people really running the show. Not the “puppet” politicians, but people with so much money and multigenerational influence that they can keep us from knowing how much money and multigenerational influence they actually have.
Although sometimes they let the mask slip. What good is ruling the world if nobody knows? Or as David Rockefeller, one of those guys at the pinnacle of the Superclass pyramid, writes on page 405 of his 2003 autobiography Memoirs:
“For more than a century, ideological extremists at either end of the political spectrum have … attack[ed] the Rockefeller family for the inordinate influence they claim we wield over American political and economic institutions. 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.”
And that, dear readers, is the root core of everything that influences our daily lives in the United States.
For better or worse, the Superclass, the Permanent Establishment, the men behind the curtain, whatever you want to call them, are united in a globalist worldview.
Some people, myself included, believe the majority of evidence and experience to date displays a macro-strategy to raise the rest of the world at the expense of the citizens of the USA, which finds itself increasingly under financial and societal duress.
What are we going to do about it? I guess we’ll find out, in the next five to 10 years.
These Are The 13 Families In The World That Apparently Control Everything – From Politics To Terrorism
This is about the fascinating conspiracy theory that claims these most powerful families in the world own 99% of the wealth, leaving 1% for the rest of the world to fight over.
These are families that have a hold in almost every sphere of life, be it politics, business or entertainment. The 13 bloodlines are said to have connections to wealth and power that are simply unimaginable. And these families span from Europe to China.
The leading researcher behind the Illuminati families is a man named, Fritz Springmeier, an author and educator, and he has presented some of the most compelling details about the Illuminati bloodline.
Before you read the following article about Illuminati families, it is imperative that you realise that all these are popular points of view and remain just a conspiracy theory, unless proven otherwise. But goddamn, is it a great conspiracy theory!
“I care not what puppet is placed on the throne of England to rule the Empire. The man who controls Britain’s money supply controls the British Empire and I control the British money supply.” – Nathan Mayer Rothschild
Some say, in an attempt to restore “balance” in the world, a New World Order was formed. Formed by America and Europe’s most elite (both in terms of wealth and power) with historical roots that date back centuries. This power-house formed by 13 families is known to be controlling practically everything around the globe. From political parties around the world, courthouses, educational institutions, natural resources, foreign policies, food, national economies, media houses, even terrorist organizations. They are the ones who decide where and when the next terror attack is going to happen, they decide when the markets will fall, they decide when a new government needs to take over, they decide what happens at the UN, they decide practically everything.
“The US and UK governments’ relentless backing for the global spread of genetically modified seeds was in fact the implementation of a decades long policy of the Rockefeller Foundation since the 1930’s, when it funded Nazi eugenics research — i.e. mass-scale population reduction, and control of darker-skinned races by an Anglo-Saxon white elite. As some of these circles saw it, war as a means of population reduction was costly and not that efficient.” – F. William Engdahl in his book “Seeds of Destuction”
What we didn’t know
Modern day democracy, like the way we know it, is not more than 250 years old. The world, as we know it, has always been ruled by the ones with absolute power, those who knew how to control wealth and resources. By those who knew how to control their people, by hook or by crook. The New World Order aims to work on a similar philosophy of absolute power and control, but on a global scale. The plan is to secretly have a single body governing the planet with the elite sitting right on top of the food chain, leaving the rest of the world to fight it out for that 1% of the global economy. Scarier is the fact that they apparently also want to keep control of the global population. They want the global population to be just under a billion, leaving the Earth’s resources for their own exclusive use. And to keep the population in check, they are willing to go to any extent, even plan scientifically engineered global population control methods like viruses, vaccines and genetically modified food. It is also said that these families even hold the cure for terminal diseases like cancer and AIDS, but don’t want to release it to the public because then there’ll be a cure. And a cure is not good for the pharma business.
“The master planners devised the strategy of a merger – a Great Merger – among nations. But before such a merger can be consummated, and the United States becomes just another province in a New World Order, there must at least be the semblance of parity among the senior partners in the deal. How does one make the nations of the world more nearly equal? The Insiders determined that a two-prong approach was needed; use American money and know-how to build up your competitors, while at the same time use every devious strategy you can devise to weaken and impoverish this country. The goal is not to bankrupt the United States. Rather, it is to reduce our productive might, and therefore our standard of living, to the meager subsistence level of the socialized nations of the world. The plan is not to bring the standard of living in less developed countries up to our level, but to bring ours down to meet theirs coming up… It is your standard of living which must be sacrificed on the altar of the New World Order.” – Gary Allen in his book “The Rockefeller File”
Now for those famous bloodlines who control everything. These guys are so rich and powerful, they make Ambani and Gates look like peasants. Their ideologies and connections aren’t known to the public. Which is why we don’t know much about them. Don’t question yourself if you don’t recognize them – that was their plan throughout.
1. The Astor Bloodline
2. The Bundy Bloodline
3. The Collins Bloodline
4. The DuPont Bloodline
5. The Freeman Bloodline
6. The Kennedy Bloodline
7. The Li Bloodline
8. The Onassis Bloodline
9. The Rockefeller Bloodline
10. The Russell Bloodline
11. The Van Duyn Bloodline
12. The Merovingian Bloodline
13. The Rothschild Bloodline
True or not, the whole concept is a bit unsettling. Just imagine being played around like puppets. What do you feel about the concept of having one government?
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