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How to understand Globalization

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  1. Follow the money, follow the power
  2. Dis­cern illu­sion from reality, espe­cially with media outlets
  3. Listen to experts who offer a mean­ingful critique
  4. Study & verify sources and footnotes
  5. Apply lib­eral doses of common sense

What is Glob­al­iza­tion? It is the col­lec­tive effect of pur­poseful and amoral manip­u­la­tion that seeks to cen­tralize eco­nomic, polit­ical, tech­no­log­ical and soci­etal forces in order to accrue max­imum profit and polit­ical power to global banks, global cor­po­ra­tions and the elit­ists who run them.

“Free Trade” is the cen­tral mantra. Glob­al­iza­tion is set against national sov­er­eignty, closed bor­ders, trade tar­rifs and any­thing that would restrict its goals and methods used to achieve them.

Glob­al­iza­tion pro­motes regional and global gov­ern­ment, a one-world eco­nomic system of trade and a form of fas­cism where global cor­po­ra­tions and their elite con­trol the poli­cies and direc­tives of indi­vidual gov­ern­ments.  

The orig­inal and pri­mary per­pe­tra­tors of modern-day glob­al­iza­tion number only in the 100’s, rep­re­sen­ta­tive of which, but not exclu­sively, are mem­bers of The Tri­lat­eral Com­mis­sion.

To under­stand the gen­esis of the Tri­lat­eral Com­mis­sion, read the tran­script of the 1979 radio show between Antony C. Sutton, Patrick M. Wood and George S. Franklin, Jr. — Coor­di­nator of the Tri­lat­eral Commission! 

 Where did Glob­al­iza­tion come from? The “New Inter­na­tional Eco­nomic Order” was the coinage of the Tri­lat­eral Com­mis­sion starting in 1973. This pur­pose was stated repeat­edly in its papers, jour­nals and conferences.

In 1991, Pres­i­dent George H.W. Bush, a member of the Tri­lat­eral Com­mis­sion, began to openly talk about the New World Order, which expanded the con­cept to include gov­er­nance as well as eco­nomic unity. Click on the movie to hear Bush in his own words!

 

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One Response to “How to understand Globalization”

  1. Jeff Pritchard says:

    The link above to the “tran­script of the 1979 radio show” isn’t working. Can you update that please?

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What is Globalization?

It is the col­lective effect of pur­poseful and amoral manip­u­la­tion that seeks to cen­tralize eco­nomic, polit­ical, tech­no­log­ical and soci­etal forces in order to accrue max­imum profit and polit­ical power to global banks, global cor­po­ra­tions and the elit­ists who run them. It is rapidly moving toward an full and final imple­men­ta­tion of Technocracy.

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What is the Tri­lat­eral Commission?

Founded in 1973 by David Rock­e­feller and Zbig­niew Brzezinski, the Com­mis­sion set out to create a “New Inter­na­tional Eco­nomic Order”, namely, Tech­noc­racy. The orig­inal mem­ber­ship con­sisted of elit­ists (bankers, politi­cians, aca­d­e­mics, indus­tri­al­ists) from Japan, North America and Europe. Col­lec­tively, they have dom­i­nated and con­trolled trade and eco­nomic policy in their respec­tive coun­tries since at least 1974.

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What is Technocracy?

Tech­noc­racy is a move­ment started in the 1930’s by engi­neers, sci­en­tists and tech­ni­cians that pro­posed the replace­ment of cap­i­talism with an energy-based economy. Orig­i­nally envi­sioned for North America only, it is now being applied on a global basis. Authors Aldous Huxley and George Orwell believed that Tech­noc­racy would result in a Sci­en­tific Dic­ta­tor­ship, as reflected in their books, “Brave New World” and “1984″.

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What is Smart Grid?

Smart Grid is the national and global imple­men­ta­tion of dig­ital and Wi-fi enabled power meters that enable com­mu­ni­ca­tion between the appli­ances in your home or busi­ness, with the power provider. This pro­vides con­trol over your appli­ances and your usage of elec­tricity, gas and water.

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Who is M. King Hubbert?

Hub­bert was a geo-physicist who co-founded Tech­noc­racy, Inc. in 1932 and authored its Tech­noc­racy Study Course. In 1954, he became the cre­ator of the “Peak Oil Theory”, or “Hubbert’s Peak” which the­o­rized that the world was rapidly run­ning out of carbon-based fuels. Hub­bert is widely con­sid­ered as a “founding father” of the global warming and green movements.

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Who is R. Buck­min­ster Fuller?

A pio­neer in global eco­log­ical theory, Fuller (1895 – 1984) was the first to sug­gest the devel­op­ment of a Global Energy Grid that is today known as the Global Smart Grid. Fuller is widely con­sid­ered to be a “founding father” of the global green move­ment, including global warming, Sus­tain­able Devel­op­ment, Agenda 21, etc.

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Is the Venus Project like Technocracy?

The Venus Project, founded by Jacque Fresco, is a utopian, modern-day iter­a­tion of Tech­noc­racy. Like Tech­noc­racy, it scraps cap­i­talism and pro­poses that “a resource-based economy all of the world’s resources are held as the common her­itage of all of Earth’s people, thus even­tu­ally out­growing the need for the arti­fi­cial bound­aries that sep­a­rate people.” The appli­ca­tion of tech­nology is the answer to all of the world’s prob­lems, including war, famine and poverty.

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