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Monday, March 7, 2016

Blindly On The Road To Dystopia


Globalization is a threat to freedom of choice, national sovereignty, and all social institutions. I had previously written a series of essays (scroll to the very end) detailing the assault on our social institutions by the globalist leaning totalitarian left in our own nation.

In this write up, I will discuss the globalization of of the entire world's social institutions so as to have one easily governed system under the jackboot of tyranny.


Defining Globalization
Human societies across the globe have established progressively closer contacts over many centuries, but recently the pace has dramatically increased.... 
As a result, laws, economies, and social movements are forming at the international level. Many politicians, academics, and journalists treat these trends as both inevitable and (on the whole) welcome. 
But for billions of the world's people, business-driven globalization means uprooting old ways of life and threatening livelihoods and cultures. The global social justice movement, itself a product of globalization, proposes an alternative path, more responsive to public needs. Intense political disputes will continue over globalization's meaning and its future direction. more
Global control by a central power would indeed have nightmarish potential. Not if, but when absolute control is established, totalitarianism is inevitable. With a reduced population, a small central group can easily determine what is best for everyone.  


Globalization of the Economy
Advances in communication and transportation technology, combined with free-market ideology, have given goods, services, and capital unprecedented mobility. Northern countries want to open world markets to their goods and take advantage of abundant, cheap labor in the South, policies often supported by Southern elites. They use international financial institutions and regional trade agreements to compel poor countries to "integrate" by reducing tariffs, privatizing state enterprises, and relaxing environmental and labor standards. The results have enlarged profits for investors but offered pittances to laborers, provoking a strong backlash from civil society. This page analyzes economic globalization, and examines how it might be resisted or regulated in order to promote sustainable development. more
Sustainable development for whom, the privileged few? In the end, the elitists are working toward a substantial reduction in the world population as implied by the Agenda 21 document United Nations Sustainable Development. Perhaps the push toward a clean environment is meant for the comfort of the surviving ruling classes and their slaves, er, employees who will be doing all manual and "dirty" work.

Perhaps we should abandon recycling in protest! Let the elites clean up the environment themselves! Alas, that is wishful thinking.



Globalization of Politics
Traditionally politics has been undertaken within national political systems. National governments have been ultimately responsible for maintaining the security and economic welfare of their citizens, as well as the protection of human rights and the environment within their borders... 
Under globalization, politics can take place above the state through political integration schemes such as the European Union and through intergovernmental organizations such as the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank and the World Trade Organization. Political activity can also transcend national borders through global movements and NGOs. Civil society organizations act globally by forming alliances with organizations in other countries, using global communications systems, and lobbying international organizations and other actors directly, instead of working through their national governments.
Thus, eventually the will of the people, their different needs, and the dictates of their environment will be largely ignored because nobody answers to them. Their "leaders" are neither their servants nor representatives but rather agents of a distant seemingly abstract governing entity that makes decisions which will apply to all. 

Some of you may remember law for a national speed limit of 55 miles per hour passed during the oil crisis in the 1970s. The effects of that law were practically unnoticed in crowded urban areas and expressways. However, in remote rural areas, and in the western states which had vast distances between many points, the law was viewed as an absurd hindrance and often not enforced by the local authorities. 
The Feds took notice and threatened many states with loss of federal funds if they did not comply. Go here for a comprehensive discussion on the matter.

The ramifications of that law were very mild compared to what could come down from a world governing body, however the dynamics would be the same with the end result will be a truly dystopian society on every continent and no shining light on a distant hill toward which to escape. 

Globalization of Culture
Technology has now created the possibility and even the likelihood of a global culture. The Internet, fax machines, satellites, and cable TV are sweeping away cultural boundaries. Global entertainment companies shape the perceptions and dreams of ordinary citizens, wherever they live. This spread of values, norms, and culture tends to promote Western ideals of capitalism. Will local cultures inevitably fall victim to this global "consumer" culture? Will English eradicate all other languages? Will consumer values overwhelm peoples' sense of community and social solidarity? Or, on the contrary, will a common culture lead the way to greater shared values and political unity? This section looks at these and other issues of culture and globalization.
Perhaps the end game is not to promote western values, prosperity, and world unity. Perhaps the goal is to eradicate all cultural differences so as to more easily control the populace and make it more pliable in meeting elitists demands. It would be far easier to dictate to the entire world citizenry all wearing identical khaki jumpsuits and speaking one language than to communicate with a Tower Of Babel whose citizens display overt colorful cultural differences and customs.

Globalization of Law
Law has traditionally been the province of the nation state, whose courts and police enforce legal rules. By contrast, international law has been comparatively weak, with little effective enforcement powers. But globalization is changing the contours of law and creating new global legal institutions and norms...
In response to this internationalization, and in order to serve giant, transnational companies, law firms are globalizing their practice. The biggest firms are merging across borders, creating mega practices with several thousand professionals in dozens of countries. more
A more lethal scenario is also on the horizon and the present White House occupant is attempting to barrel America toward international law as discussed in this article: Obama’s War on the Constitution As He Cedes U.S. Sovereignty to the U.N. Through Treaties

Should America, and indeed, the west be under the same law as say, Rwanda? Try as they might, the elitists will never fully succeed in making all inhabitants on planet earth the same. However, it will be Hell On Earth while they are in the process of attempting to do so. 

How many who refuse to comply will be led to the edge of ditches and executed because they are enemies of he state. Remember the infamous Pol Pot and his "cleansing" of Cambodia? Imagine this travesty taking place world wide!

Social and Economic Policy
When founding the United Nations in 1945, member states agreed to work together to promote "economic and social advancement of all peoples." Social and Economic Policy at the UN explores the role and contribution of the UN and its related family of institutions to global policy making on a wide range of social and economic issues....
 Many NGOs call for reform of the global economic systems, including Debt Relief, International Aid, and Global Taxes through strategies such as Financing for Development.
The World Economic Crisis began in 2007...Many see the crisis as an opportunity for renewed regulation and democratic re-structuring of the global economy. But the depth of the crisis, the lack of strong global institutions, and additional overlapping crises in the Environment, Natural Resources andGlobal Trade complicate solutions. As unemployment rates soar, millions more people will be plunged into poverty as a result of the global economic and financial crisis engulfing the world. more
Well, we certainly need to put some teeth into our global financial institutions now don't we. Golly gee, can we say central planning on steroids?

Hmmm, central financial and economic planning has not seemed to work out very well in the Socialist/Communist societies, at least up to now.

Oh wait a minute, those in charge of these nations seem to live in the lap of luxury while the inferior lumpenproletariat struggle to survive. 

The governing classes usually appear in public wearing Mao suits or military uniforms in order to show their connection with their subjects. Their private personal wardrobes, jewelry, and cuisine betray their duplicity. That is what globalization will ultimately bring.

Nice scenario, yes?


More Thoughts:

Note, the names of candidates will be mentioned; however, I am neither endorsing nor vilifying any of them. I am simply presenting the scenario. and underlying dynamics.

The path of the current election seems to illustrate that, yes, the march to Hell is inevitable. The Globalist want their man. The post MARCO RUBIO, THE ASPEN INSTITUTE, AND THE CFR  implies that if the elitists cannot have Bush, they will take Rubio, who apparently has elitist connections.

On the other hand, Trump appears to be in the globalist cross hairs because he is threatening to undo trade treaties so carefully engineered by the globalists and their accomplices.

Is it possible that those who have been saying that the American presidents have been chosen for us by "The Powers That Be" have been right all along?

Some conspiracy (or factual?) food for thought, Was JFK 1st victim of New World Order by Jerome Corsi, and Was Ronald Reagan the Last Duly Elected President? by Preston James, Ph.D appear to suggest that, indeed, they were the bane of the Globalists' existence.

There is a plethora of information on the web regarding this subject. Whether or not we believe any of it, there is no denying that the America we live in has radically changed and been pushed toward the globalist left. Many in the left truly believe they are fighting for a utopian and socially just society. They cannot or will not grasp that they are simply malleable useful idiots in the hidden hands of the true world governing class.

The above is but a brief overview peppered with my opinion regarding the Globalist endgame toward control of the world by the infiltration of individual national social institutions. 

I have provided links to support the above assertions. Having said that, will those under the spell of the siren song of a perfect world for all be able to shake the illusion, grasp the truth, and escape their psychological bonds? Eventually, some will and one glowing example is noted author and researcher,  David Horowitz.
Unfortunately, there are seemingly not enough like him to make a difference. 



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Suggested Reading...
Planned Chaos--The Relentless Undermining Of Our Social Institutions Part One
Planned Chaos--The Relentless Undermining Of Our Social Institutions Part Two
Planned Chaos, Part III, The Attack On Our Religious Institutions
Planned Chaos Part IV, The EconomyPlanned Chaos Part V, The Political Institution
PLANNED CHAOS: PART VI, America Must Burn For Realization Of The End Game
The Captivity Of Illusion