Globalism as Corporate Fascism By Peter Ewer

     Here are some clearly argued comments, that refute the idea that globalists are freedom lovers, but shows  instead that they are fascists, not the fake kind of “fascists” that the Left always identifies, but the real thing, live and wriggling:
  http://src.personalliberty.com/eview/324707/395018285/

“There is a silent marriage between big government and big business. It's called fascism, or was in Italy. We have much the same thing in America. Big business has and will promote every ideology and philosophy known to man to disguise its madness for profits and government favors. All governments are fronts for monopoly capitalism (fascism). America is not a capitalist system by any stretch. This is obvious to any sober person. Government benefits big business. Big business benefits government. There's a revolving door between top brass in the multinational corporations and the halls of power in the District of Criminals. They run and populate the president's cabinet offices and the alphabet soup regulatory agencies. (For evidence, go to the membership roster of the Council on Foreign Relations and see how many names you recognize from government, and study the bios of those you don't.) In return, government policy is crafted and designed to enrich and favor big business.”

     This is seen very clearly in the internet censorship scenarios, discussed elsewhere at this site, and also immigration policy, which is dictated by the big end of town, solely to keep up profits of local elites. To fight this will require a total transformation of society, especially  of the economic and financial system, as advocated by the social credit movement, working in line with a comprehensive attempt to perform CPR to our cultural institutions, which are now in advanced stages of cardiac arrest. It is not going to be easy, and work should have started on this, maybe 1,000 years ago. But, better late than never.

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