ONCE UPON A TIME A GREAT NATION BECAME A SELF-DESTRUCTIVE society. Most people throughout history have been happy just to be alive. They have sought, in the words of the Declaration of Independence, “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.”
Many Americans now recognize how far we have strayed from this ideal.
America is experiencing a dangerous transformation, through which the global elite has used every tactic available in a conspiracy to hoard an even greater share of wealth and reduce the world’s population. And it is working. Many Americans have been drawn not toward life but toward servitude and death. In America and in the world as a whole, entire populations have been culled for profit and control. Elites have used the so-called GOD syndicate—Guns, Oil, and Drugs—as well as toxic air, water, food, and medicines, and of course, the toxic financial system on which the whole master plan depends—to reduce the world’s population. This is due to the belief of the global elite that the basis of all the world’s problems is overpopulation—just too many people using the earth’s limited resources.
Guns, Oil, and Drugs are the top three revenue-generating commodities in the world today, and they form the financial backbone of the global elites. All three are trafficked internationally, generating huge profits for those who control them, and are becoming ever more important in today’s economy. America has gone to war for oil, supplied its military (not to mention private citizens) with firearms, and been complicit in a global drug trade. And behind the scenes, a wealthy elite has profited tremendously from all three.
The food, water, and air we consume are also in a state of decay. We believe this decay is normal, the way things have always been. We discount the overwhelming evidence that these are recent developments. We now live in a culture of death and decay that has been imposed upon us by a small group of wealthy elites that publicly espouses involuntary population reduction. We’re being killed by chemicals, genetically modified organisms (GMOs), dyes, additives, plastics, tainted water, and polluted air. Numerous common household items are actually powerfully toxic: aspartame, fluoride, GMOs, pesticides, high-fructose corn syrup, pharmaceutical drugs, cell phones, microwaves, even basic electricity.
Even though food is plentiful in America, our bodies receive fewer nutrients than they did fifty years earlier.
The commercial products we use every day contain more than eighty-five thousand chemicals; our food and water are poisoned as well.
Until the 1950s, the U.S. was predominately a rural nation. People mostly ate fresh home-grown garden foods. No foods contained genetically modified organisms (GMOs), and chemical food additives were rarely used. Beginning in the late 1940s, corporate food producers increasingly began offering processed, nutrient-deficient foods previously unknown in human history. Children growing up in the 1960s were, for the first time, subjected to imitation foods, processed consumables that appeared and tasted nutritious but lacked any real nourishment. By the 1970s, the American diet consisted of non-nutritious white bread and other unnatural food products. By the 1980s, Americans, raised on imitation foods, drinking fluoridated water, and distracted by disco, had become apathetic and lazy.
We are not aware of these things because precious few recognize that we are being psychologically programmed by a mass media controlled by a mere handful of corporate owners. This handful of multinational media corporations, many with interlocking directors and owners, control everything we see and hear, from movies, TV, and newspapers to satellite networks, magazines, even book clubs and billboards. Indeed, the complicity of the mass media ensures that we cannot protest the population reduction that threatens our very lives.
In fascist Italy and Nazi Germany, the state gained control over the corporations. In modern America, corporations have gained control over the state. The end result is the same.
Giant corporations, owned by a small globalist elite, have thrived often by deceptive and illegal practices. In 1952, corporations accounted for 32 percent of federal tax revenues. By 2013, this number was less than 10 percent. In that same year, forty-six U.S. corporations were blacklisted for corruption by the World Bank. And these corrupt tactics create wealth for only a select few; economic reality in the U.S. today substantiates the old line about the rich getting richer while the poor get poorer.
A 2014 survey by the Russell Sage Foundation found that during the recent economic downturn, lower-income households lost a larger portion of their wealth than those with higher incomes. The study revealed a “startling decline” in wealth nationwide. The median household in 2013 had a net worth of just $56,335—43 percent lower than the median wealth level right before the recession began in 2007, and 36 percent lower than a decade ago. “There are very few signs of significant recovery from the losses in wealth suffered by American families during the Great Recession,” concluded the researchers.
Meanwhile, the share of wealth enjoyed by the global elite only increases. What has been described as the “one percent” actually is more like the “.01 percent.” What’s worse is that one cannot know exactly how much these people are worth, since much of their wealth is hidden in offshore bank accounts. “At the commanding heights of the U.S. economy, hiding a lot of one’s wealth offshore is probably the norm, not the exception,” noted Paul Krugman in the New York Times.
Everyone has heard of some rich Americans: the Rockefellers, Warren Buffett, the Koch brothers, George Soros, and Donald Trump are a few examples of highly visible wealthy Americans. But most of the names of the true one-percenters—the billionaires—are unknown to the public.
Yet these faceless billionaires run the world’s financial and political systems, and their wealth and power is only growing greater. The four hundred richest Americans made $200 billion in 2013, a total equal to the combined amount spent on the federal food-stamp, education, and housing programs. Ninety-five percent of all new income generated between 2009 and 2012 went to the wealthiest one percent, who own 38 percent of the nation’s financial wealth, while the bottom 60 percent owns just 2.3 percent of the nation’s wealth.
Income inequality gained increased public visibility with the 2014 publication of a book entitled Capital in the Twenty-First Century by French economist Thomas Piketty, who argued that inequality of capital produces an ever-growing disparity in wealth. This idea does not sit well with those who believe capitalism requires inequality of wealth and that taxes on wealth, capital, inheritance, and property are inimical to growth.
Piketty argues that the response to wealth inequality should be a top income tax rate of up to 80 percent, an effective inheritance tax, increased property taxes, and even a global wealth tax. But he acknowledged such measures are currently inconceivable, as anyone with money wants to keep it, and those in this wealthy elite are the primary financiers of the American political system. It’s no wonder that government has done little to curb the power of corporations whose destructive actions are endangering our lives; our political leaders depend upon this corporate blood money for their election.
These corporations, however, are anything but faceless. Every company is owned and operated by individuals, men and women with names and addresses. These persons have family, friends, and private lives. Collectively, they call themselves “globalists,” men and women who have a right to dominate based on wealth, heritage, and bloodline. They view the entire planet as their private playing field. They can be identified and located. And they have a plan to control the globe, one formulated many years ago within secretive societies in both Britain and the U.S. It depends upon killing most of us. Here is that plan.^