Elites to Blame Capitalism for Financial Crisis
The same 1 percent that used, abused and desecrated Capitalism to bring about the current crisis will now claim that a centralized system controlled by themselves is the only way out of it. Enter the Global Technocracy.
by Luis R. Miranda
The Real Agenda
January 24, 2012
There is no doubt that when everything is said and done, the Davos conference on the world’s economy will conclude that Capitalism, not corporate greed, is to blame for the current economic and financial crisis. This conclusion can already be drawn from comments made by elite economists and corporate leaders as the Davos meeting starts off on Swiss soil on Wednesday.
Representatives from the economic and political sectors will convene to request “real solutions” to the problems that affect the global economy, with a focused effort to blame the Euro zone for most of the disenchantment expressed by The People. Talking points are already floating around the main stream media as well as news agencies. Conclusions such as “the Euro zone has not done enough, Capitalism is to blame, we have an outdated system and we cannot continue with business as usual, members of the elite intend to arrive to a common agreement that sets the table for a centralized global government that controls every aspect of the financial and economic frameworks.
Elite members are already calling Capitalism an “outdated and crumbling” system. Ironically, it was that very system, under their modified version, which allowed them to consolidate power and resources for the past 100 years. A handful of families, the real wizards behind the curtain, pulled the strings of governments and supranational economic and financial entities since 1913 to endow themselves with political and economic capital that assured them plenty of control over democracies and republics all over the globe. But now that The People seem to be waking up to their shenanigans, the elitists want to get rid of it.
Some of the most outspoken enemies of real Capitalism include willful ignorants of the likes of Hugo Chavez, Evo Morales and Lula Da Silva, who preach to their people about the unsustainable greatness of Socialism and Communism, while they themselves let their people live in misery and turn them ever more dependent on the Welfare State; a requirement to keep opposition to their regimes under control. On the other side of the pond are the groups headed by George Soros, Larry Summers, Tony Blair, Etienne Davignon and the rest of the leaders of the financial organizations. All of them are pawns, yes sir minions, who call for quorum whenever a new initiative comes around to tighten even more the globalists control of the planet.
“We have a general morality gap, we are over-leveraged, we have neglected to invest in the future, we have undermined social coherence, and we are in danger of completely losing the confidence of future generations,” said Klaus Schwab, founder of the annual World Economic Forum traditionally held in Switzerland. He was fast to point out that “solving problems in the context of outdated and crumbling models will only dig us deeper into the hole.” Of course he did not say why Capitalism, which he referred to, is such an outdated, crumbling system. The reason is that Capitalism has simply served the globalist agenda, and has been bent in every possible direction to accommodate the policies sought by the 8 families and just over 100 of their corporations that own it almost all.
“We are in an era of profound change that urgently requires new ways of thinking instead of more business-as-usual. Capitalism in its current form, has no place in the world around us,” said Schwab to AFP. What he means is that open and real Capitalism with free-market economies is no longer the model the globalists intend to use. The elite’s prostituted version of that model has been exposed by the alternative media -more and more turning into the main stream media- so it is not in their interest to continue abusing it. Instead, the globalists are pointing now towards the consolidation of the Corporate Capitalism model that has given them so many dividends in the past two decades. This system includes no regulation of the corporate borg, whose head will dictate how money and resources are managed, who gets their welfare and who doesn’t, and an even more accelerated merger with the accomplice governmental structures they have owned for decades.
The Davos confabulation, perhaps only second in importance to the Bilderberg meeting, will host some 1,600 people from the economic, political and academic sectors. At least 40 of the attendees will be heads of their comfortably controlled governments. The window dressing meeting will publicly request that those supposed leaders come up with “new ideas” to replace the so-called old, outdated ones that have served their purposes.
Perhaps the dominant issue to be addressed in Davos is the “failure” by the European bloc to solve the debt crisis -created by the bankers who now say they hate Capitalism- but that somehow nation states need to deal with. Even though countries like Greece, Italy, Portugal and Spain, among others, took their bailout money and in doing so became the new Austerity Zone, the bankers are not satisfied. They never are. European governments also adopted banker-dictated policies, instead of liquidating the debt, which in most cases had been illegally acquired. They put their infrastructure up to the best bidder in order to pay for old debt, but accepted new debt as a condition to “be helped”. And so continues the global scheme of tight control.
The very same bankers who want to get rid off Capitalism invested all their chips in that system before. “The main issue would be the preoccupation with the global economy. There will be relatively less conversation about social responsibility and environment issues,” said John Quelch, dean of the China European International Business School to AFP. So no solutions will be sought in order to stop the Ponzi schemes by which the countries acquired the debt. No investigations will be carried out to learn why and how the debt was pushed down the throat of millions of taxpayers or how as little as 10 percent of the sovereign debt actually corresponds to monies owed by nation states. Bankers want to get back the other illegally injected 90 percent as well.
According to the latest predictions from the World Bank global economic growth will barely reach 2.5 percent for 2012 and 3.1 percent in 2013. This is not surprising because although bankers agree that the current debt-based system is outdated and non-trustworthy, that is exactly what they used as a way to “solve” their man-made global economic crisis. So if their system, policies and decisions are the ones being contested, why are they again the ones telling the rest of the world what needs to be done? Why if their past decisions and corrupt schemes were the origin of the current debt crisis is everyone allowing them to once again dictate what should be done?