Tuesday, May 21, 2024


     After a 53-year career of undermining Western Civilization and working feverishly with global financial Oligarchs to build a Techno-Fascist Fourth Reich, WEF Chairman Klaus Schwab announced his retirement today, apparently settling back to an emeritus status within the organization. While Schwab's retirement from worldly affairs is certainly no great loss to humanity; it doesn't represent an overall gain. Schwab, like George Soros before him, appointed his carefully-groomed offspring to key positions and promoted fanatical henchmen to keep their Evil Empires going in perpetuity.

   Schwab's second-in-command and probable successor is Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, another aging Oligarch with suspected Nazi heritage and former CEO of Nestle. The WEF bureaucracy is packed with operatives with ties to Nestle. Along with BlackRock and the Gates Foundation, Nestle is probably one of the most powerful Corporate interests within the organization. Currently, Nestle is the world's top agribusiness cartel. In case anyone's interested, the next three largest conglomerates in that sector (PepsiCo, Coca-Cola, and Unilever) are also WEF Strategic Partners and Financial Octopus BlackRock holds significant shares in nearly all of the Top Ten.

    One of Brabeck-Letmathe's top agendas has been extending Big Ag's control over the food supply to the water supply as well. He remarked once that:

   “Water is, of course, the most important raw material we have today in the world. It’s a question of whether we should privatize the normal water supply for the population. And there are two different opinions on the matter. The one opinion, which I think is extreme, is represented by the NGOs, who bang on about declaring water a public right. That means that as a human being you should have a right to water. That’s an extreme solution. The other view says that water is a foodstuff like any other, and like any other foodstuff it should have a market value. Personally, I believe it’s better to give a foodstuff a value so that we’re all aware it has its price, and then that one should take specific measures for the part of the population that has no access to this water, and there are many different possibilities there.”

   We don't know at this point who actually will replace Schwab, but Brabeck-Letmathe is a fair specimen of the type who likely will. Schwab has spent over a half century building this global criminal enterprise which grooms Young Global Leaders, many of whom have assumed high positions in Western Governments and industries. The WEF is a massive bureaucracy---a de facto government with its own bank, its own State Religion, and its own people in command of the military forces of the West. Its list of 'Strategic Partners' includes major banks, government contractors, energy consortia, media conglomerates, Big Ag, Big Pharma; along with old established Royal Families and activist NGOs. The WEF probably controls more economic sectors and political spheres than the entire nation of China at this point: yet, their stooges in our Deep State focus on the 'China Threat' instead of the real threat inside of our own borders. 

   In America's fake Election Year, neither Party---except for a few fringe candidates--are even addressing the hostile takeover of the United States by vested interests. In fact, this weekend Corporate apologist Rainer Zitelmann penned another article circulating widely within the Controlled Opposition Media explaining to the True Believers out there that Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk are excellent role models for the New World Order and that people who might oppose them are simply envious. 

   "In capitalist societies, envy seems to manifest itself more intensely than in previous eras. In capitalist societies, social standing is not determined by lineage or birthright, for, before the law, everyone is equal. In reality, though, competition does not lead to equality but to inequality. And people can react quite differently to this inequality: some respond by striving to reduce the gap between themselves and the rich by trying to improve their own situation. Such people see the rich as a source of inspiration. They seek to learn from successful figures such as Jeff Bezos or Elon Musk by buying a biography or two and studying them to see what insights they can glean. Others react with envy. Like the protesters who set up a guillotine in front of Jeff Bezos’ $23 million mansion in Washington, D.C."

  What this dumbbell willfully fails to realize is that resentment towards people like Bezos and Musk is less from envy of their wealth than the fact that---contrary to what Zitelmann asserts---in our 'capitalist' society everyone is not equal before the law. People like Bezos and Musk are laws unto themselves: government regulatory agencies are captured by Big Business and armies of lobbyists and soft-money donors literally write policies to their clients' own benefit. 

   Zitelmann hypocritically points to China as an example of successful de-regulation. After readers finish laughing over this assertion, we'll explain further.

    In contrast to the United States, China actually does take 'equality before the law' seriously. As an example of this, there was an explosion in China at an outdoor diner recently which killed 31 people. China threw the businessmen in charge of the operation in jail and later indicted the Government officials responsible for enforcing safety regulations. 

   Contrast this with America's recent disaster at the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore. The very people responsible for the disaster were the ones tasked with dealing with it. No one has ever been held accountable, nor likely will they. The examples of these kinds of injustices could go on: Big Pharma getting protection from liability for effects of the Loyalty Vaxx; banks getting taxpayer bailouts for their own incompetence in causing economic turmoil; various other disasters and abuses of labor getting swept under the rug, etc. It's not envy that people feel: it's the resentment against uncontrolled and unaccountable power that these institutions freely employ against our guaranteed rights under the law.

   Dominated as they are with such attitudes and with the proliferation of the Prosperity Gospel within their ranks, it is unlikely that we'll see any significant restraint on unlimited Corporate power in the United States any time soon. The best than can be said of today's Republicans is that they don't fundamentally disagree with Moneyed Interests ruling the country, they just want to change the focus of how these interests are doing it. 






  1. Well said. I guess we won't be "eating bugs and liking it," at least not this month. Thanks for the tip about Nestle, too.

    I get so tired of the chronic accusations of envy whenever one tries to criticize the corrupt mess we have that tries to masquerade itself as "capitalism."

    I'm not the least bit interested in living in communist China or any other authoritarian regime, but if I envy anything it is that one thing! They often do have some resemblance of justice and accountability going on that is sadly lacking in so much of the US.

    You were quite right when you said, "It's not envy that people feel: it's the resentment against uncontrolled and unaccountable power that these institutions freely employ against our guaranteed rights under the law."

    1. Yes, the WEF is going to have to appoint or select a new leader; that it least will keep them busy for awhile.

      I'm disgusted too with this 'politics of envy' trope---originally it actually meant something different. Envy doesn't come because you elect people to work for you and somebody like Bill Gates comes along and nullifies anything they try to do. The only institution in society that should be 'too big to fail' is the Government. Any other institution with that much power is an autocratic tyranny by definition.