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Mutant Capitalism and Current Events

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posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 01:44 AM
Hello, this isn't meant to be taken as an in-depth analysis but just an in-depth observation that I would like to share with you all. If you would like to contribute anything please feel free to share. This is not a conspiracy as much as a reality. There are wealthy individuals/families that invest in basic world necessities like oil, food, water, and other resources. Why? Well, it sells.

"The Cabal" is a term I have given a powerful group of mainly European and American families that make the majority of these investments. Most, if not all of them, owe their wealth and power from the past explotation of developing or "native" nations. It works like this:

A corporation that wants a more convinient way to do business will find resources in an undeveloped country. They will then go "the Cabal" or representatives of the Cabal and pitch their proposal.

If "The Cabal" like it, they will loan the corporation money to build the infastructure needed to get the resources from the countries. Eventually, they Cabal expects a return for their investment. PLEASE WATCH THE BELOW VIDEO (Video on Mutant Capitalism. 2 minutes Long)

I will explain why we are now living in a very dangerous world. This Mutant Capitalism is going to backfire. The Cabal, or elite capitalists, are going to underestimate one of these leaders in the Arab world. This Arab leader is not stupid, quite the contrary, he is very cunning, and has waited for the capitalists to build the infastructure in these middle eastern countries. Now that the infastructure for these places is fairly advanced, he is inspiring middle eastern countries to overthrow their leaders that are largely puppets for the corporate interests of the Cabal.

Predictions in the next Two Decades Based on the Above:

1. Any new governments in the middle east will increasingly become anti-western.

2. The "terrorists" are miserable, suffering people who see no way out other than to "take back" from the Western world that they view has invaded their homeland and stolen their resources. Fundamentalist Islam will seem more attractive than ever. Unfortunately, for the west, fundamental Islam's core component is Jihad or holy war.

3. (To expand on 2) Expect a wide movement in the Arab world and Northern Africa to eventually go through Turkey and/or the Suez Canal into Europe as a way to not only expand Islam but "take back the resources" that Jihad entitles them to take.

4. Expect the Cabal itself or Cabal's way of doing business (Mutant capitalism) to be wiped out in our lifetime. The backlash for extracting resources from these Islamic countries is a lot more heavier than Latin America, Asia, and India. This will probably cause another world war and people will become sick of this type of economic system, the wars it causes, and seek less extreme forms of capitalism.

5. Within this decade UN won't be as effective to Western countries as it used to be (who's going to vote for the largely western Cabal's interests now that the corporate puppets are gone?).

6. (Positive Long Term Effect) Because the Cabal has ties to the military and helps fund the military, the removal to the Cabal will reduce military tensions worldwide.

Anyone have comments/criticisms? Feel free to add them.

posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 02:34 AM
reply to post by DavinciThales

1. Probably, or at least some of them.

2. True, but they're told similar things about us.Those in power always find it convenient to have an outside enemy or focus for aggression/fear otherwise that energy might be turned toward themselves as it's realized that this class do very little of the actual work that has been the results of humanity's applied learning.

3. I can certainly see that, the Suez canal is an incredibly important bit of infrastructure and revenue, so these are the first areas I see consolidating.

4.The way I put it is, the rulers have been screwing the ruled ever since that demarcation has existed. The Cabal has been going it's thing for a LONG time and are thus very good at it. What's changed is access to information. Think about the exponential growth in the availability to and quality of as much knowledge is at the end of a few well phrased searches along with some good deductive reasoning and you've got the perfect recipe for the formation of "counter"Cabals in a manner of speaking.

5. I don't think the UN has ever been anything other than a puppet organisation and focus for distraction. The matador uses a cape to confuse the bull and obfuscate his movements. The Cabal has many tools with which to maintain control and various facades, the UN is merely one of these. And it's not just a western cabal, it's a hydra and not as easy to eradicate.

6. Who is doing this removing, and more importantly how? I agree change is needed and unfortunately I don't think the kind of substantive change that will TRULY benefit all populations as a whole will come about short of something on the scale of what we would term as a cataclysm. The current power structure is SO entrenched that nothing is ever going to convince them to just hand it all over and walk away. Maybe, just maybe if every ordinary citizen marched on the actual locations of these interests something might happen, but it would be so convoluted as to might as well not even be enacted. And they aren't just tied to the military, they underpin it. So short of a coup(FOR THE RECORD, I am not advocating for such activity, only entering the possibility for discussion; for any of you government types who might be reading this
), I don't see anything changing here either.

I'll just quote from a famous document:

Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security. — Such has been the patient sufferance of these Colonies; and such is now the necessity which constrains them to alter their former Systems of Government.

Personally, I think it's more likely that a super volcano, one of the faults associated with the New Madras system, including the Wabash Valley and the newly discovered possible subduction fault in the middle of the country break loose, a celestial object (comet or meteor)impact, the polar shift, crustal slip where the entire crust of the earth slips loose and moves several degrees, a massive solar flare impact, and a nearby supernova will happen simultaneously first.

edit on 4-3-2011 by jadedANDcynical because: various

posted on Mar, 5 2011 @ 07:39 AM
if you are careless in your choosing of the words to express your thinking, the words you use will likely use you. to me, capitalism is using nature to satisfy human needs, and the making of tools to aid in this work. essentially, this activity is pursued by independant men and women. the Declaration of Independence doesnt use the term "mutant capitalism" to describe tyranny, because madison(?) was an educated man and he was skilled at not letting words use him. "mutant capitalism" is a killer meme as demonstrated best by the results of the work of karl marx. killer memes are very useful for harnessing ignorant people for evil ends which kill people and destroys wealth and has nothing to do with creating wealth. rather than use the term "mutant capitalism", consider using terms like "democracy" or "rampant stateism" - where democracy is always headed as long as there are ignorant and evil people who refuse to regard other people as free agents and are prone to muddy-up our language.
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