reply to post by goldentorch
What you are alluding to is the effect of unbridled corporatism which has morphed into global monopolies. David Rockefeller along with Carter and
Bresinzki, founders of the Trilateral Commission, which was the brain trust of the current round of global governance or NWO, have been part of the
global elite's plan to dominate the globe economically.
By their own admission, the plan of restructuring the worlds economy, thru global trade agreements like NAFTA, GATT, APEC etc., was only the beginning
of a process.
At the 1991 meeting of the TL Commission, the lead speaker, who was the president of the largest bank in Japan, addressed the meeting by stating:
"gentlemen, what you have to understand is that global trade agreements have little if anything to do with trade, and everything to do with
restructuring the global politic".
After the meeting, a reporter asked Rockefeller " Your organization (TLC) has advocated global governance since it's inception. What do you have
to do to make it happen?" Rockefeller's answer; " everything we need is already in place, all we need is one good crisis."
The reporter, then turned to Bresinzki and asked, " What you are advocating is a global socialist order; What makes you think America will ever
Bresinki's answer: "America will never accept Socialism until the middle class is standing in the breadlines".
The combined actions of TLC, CFR, World Bank, IMF, and WTO, under the guise of promoting "free trade" have led to the destruction of anti-trust
laws, consumer protection laws, child labor laws, and anything else that stood in the way of the creation of global monopoles .
There is no free trade or competitive capitalism under a system of monopolies. It could more correctly be described as a monopolistic oligarchy.
And yes, David Rockefeller, who, by the way, was once a card carrying communist, should have been tried for treason as well as Carter a global
socialist, and Bresinki, noted Marxist economist.
The point being, is that capitalism or socialism as an (economic) model is not the issue. The (governing) principals of the thread as it relates to
the US constitution and it's underlying principals of the rights of the individual, is diametrically opposed by the principals of communism, which
place the rights and authority of the state above the individual. Basically, it is an ant colony approach, where the individual is expendable for the
sake of the colony.
I stand by my statement; Communism, Socialism, and Marxism are treasonous.
Do we have abuses of our system, yes. But the solutions can be addressed thru our constitutional system. You don't throw out the baby out with the