As I've said before, Capitalism and Communism are both two sides of the Illuminati coin. Mayer Amschel Rothschilde referred to himself as an
adherent of the "global revolution," by an interesting coincidence. It doesn't seem to make much sense when Rockefeller calls himself a socialist,
no; but when Mayer Amschel calls himself a revolutionary, that makes a lot of sense after you think about it for a few minutes.
The big clue here, is collectivism. If you look hard, you'll realise that in terms of both the Friedmanite "free market," on the one hand, or the
Internationale on the other, the one thing you're always being herded towards is world federalism. That is always the single common element. There
will never be any talk of people living in a decentralised, small scale scenario. It always has to be global and centralised. The call to unity is
always the smoking gun; because the one thing that the cabal long for, is a globalised, perpetual system of tyranny that is centrally controlled, such
that humanity will never have a prayer of getting free of it. It's an STS (Service to Self) wet dream. That's why you'll never hear me advocating
the UN; I know what it is. Alex Jones is right.
The contemporary Communist narrative is particularly dangerous because, in terms of what the corporations have actually been doing, it's very
difficult to disagree with. After all, the economy has crashed, people's homes have been foreclosed on, and we've got genuine chaos right now.
The one thing I've come to realise though, which most Communists don't, is that all of this was set up a very long time ago; and that is exactly
what the cabal do. They will run one type of system which has inherent flaws even when it's going well, (Capitalism or monarchy, usually) for a
while; and then they will deliberately crash it and cause chaos. Then when people are starving, desperate, and miserable, you'll suddenly see the
alternative (Communism) being presented, and because the first thing Communists do is not only cite everything which genuinely has gone wrong with the
old system, but they also seem to have a very good understanding of why it went wrong in mechanical terms, what they're offering seems fantastic.
What becomes obvious, though, is that the entire reason why the cabal understand how and why everything went bad, is because they were the ones who
engineered the lot of it in the first place. The real goal is revolution, yes; but when the cabal talk about revolution, what they mean is upending
the current system so that they can seize control of it, not so that you can. They also know, however, that the people are not going to want a
revolution if things are going well, so they have to institute a deliberately bad system and get people to accept that first, so that they can crash
that, and then offer people the alternative which is what they really wanted in the first place.
You might remember the game Palpatine played in the Star Wars prequels, with the Trade Federation on the one hand, and the Republic on the other.
It's exactly the same game being played here; and it is fairly complex, until you figure it out. The cabal are very clever.
People need to read The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion, and Red Symphony. Taken together, they both explain the whole thing. It's a giant