Monday, May 08, 2006

The Implementation of Global State-Capitalism and the Destruction of the Free Market

The IMF and its lending "arm," the World Bank, are responsible for enforcing state-capitalist regimes on third world nations, and destroying the free-market system on the global scale. With the dollar as the world's reserve currency--and the currency that most IMF loans are issued in--the Federal Reserve simply creates dollars electronically and "gives" them to the IMF and World Bank. Via their policies, nations are required to build government owned public utilities and nationalize agriculture, relocating millions of people into government built and controlled settlements. These public institutions operate at a loss, requiring further loans from the IMF to ensure that these nations can make the interest payments on the original loans. These new loans of course not only fund further government expansion, implementing more programs which operate at financial loss and siphon money away from the private sector, but also go to make interest payments to the IMF, who had the Federal Reserve create the money out of thin air in the first place. The cycle is never-ending, and ensures that a free-market system will not develop anywhere in the world, while at the same time what is left of the free-market in the US is eroded by inflation.

This system was conceived by Fabian Socialists and implemented via the Bretton Woods Agreement of 1944 and the complete elimination of a gold standard from all fiat currencies in 1971. The goal is one world fiat currency, one world government, and enforced "equality" on the lower classes (99% of the world's population). The New World Order may indeed be controlled by dark brotherhoods of Satanists and/or reptilian alien creatures, but the core of who is implementing the means to their goals are Fabian "Socialists," the Council on Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission, and the IMF and World Bank. These are institutions that the public can expose and destroy through the non-violent means of education.

People must become educated about the nature of central banking systems and how they are affecting our lives. This, to me, is the single most important message that anyone who opposes the New World Order can spread. These are tangible systems that have been thoroughly analyzed by people like G Edward Griffin. These systems can be understood by any reasonably intelligent person who has the will to learn. And when enough people understand how these systems are destroying the free-market and eroding freedom and liberty, these systems can be eliminated.

My call to action: educate yourself, educate others. Do not let corruption and state-capitalism (socialism without true equality, administered by a totalitarian state) destroy the American ideals of justice, freedom, and liberty for all. People must learn that governments worldwide are mired in corruption and are controlled by a central banking cartel whose aim is one world government, one world currency, and the elimination of national and personal sovereignty. In short--totalitarianism on the global scale.

Armed with this knowledge, the honest and good people of the world (most of us) must overthrow the wicked and corrupt (few of us). The knowledge is there, and justice is still alive. We must sieze it before it is too late.

8 Comments:

Anonymous Michael said...

Hello,
I am afraid your analysis of how the the World Bank and the IMF promote socialism is very wrong.It is just the opposite.
I also find it ironic you use prior viewing before letting this comment appear .

12:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes - educate yourself. Look into the libertarian party. Their platform is one that will work us back to our Jeffersonian start.
I joined the libertarians from the republican party. I do not see it as jumping from a sinking ship - I see it as manning the pumps!!

Gary

1:18 PM  
Blogger and i said...

Michael--

I'd be interested in hearing you elaborate why I have this backwards. Perhaps instead of "socialism" I may have phrased it "state-capitalism." But in any case, please do elaborate.

As for why I use prior viewing before letting comments appear is to ward off spammers--not to silence critics, if that's what you're insinuating.

1:29 PM  
Blogger and i said...

wait a second... i DID say "State-Capitalist."

1:30 PM  
Blogger Audrey said...

Some people would prefer to believe the lies the WB/IMF put forth (that they are doing good) rather than the actual reality.....

After all the World Bank website has this on their front page:

"Working for a World Free of Poverty"

Even though there are MANY MANY examples of their complete corruption readily available for those that look....

Nice post Andy....
Luv, Lates,
Audrey

6:57 PM  
Blogger and i said...

i've recently changed the wording slightly. i think it's a misnomer to dub this "socialism." it's not. it's totalitarianism... state-capitalism... totalitarian socialism isn't really socialism in my book. when the state or the oligarchy owns the capital and controls the labor market, that ain't socialism in my book. it may not be a free-market, but calling it "socialism" is irresponsible, i think...

6:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How about we just go back to the "barter system"?

Anonomous, USA

4:53 PM  
Blogger and i said...

re: barter.

i've got no problems with money. however, i do have problems with our current money system. dishonesty and corruption are built into the system itself. fiat currency and fractional reserve banking are the problem. not money itself. well, that's my 2 cents at least...

3:49 PM  

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