After thousands of years of “progress” and “societal evolution”, how is it possible that most of the world is still living in soul crushing poverty? In recent days, it has been reported all over the media that 40 percent of Egyptians live on 2 dollars a day or less. Sadly, there are lots of other countries where even larger percentages of the population live in abject poverty. So how in the world did this happen? We can send men into space, we can send electronic communications to the other side of the globe in an instant and we can destroy entire cities with a single bomb and yet we can’t figure out how to set up an economic system that will provide jobs, food and housing for everyone on the planet? That doesn’t seem right. That doesn’t seem right at all.
Is something else going on here? Well, a clue can be found in what is going on in Egypt. The revolution in Egypt has created a vacuum of power, and look who is ready to step in – the usual suspects.
The head of the International Monetary Fund, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, says that the IMF is prepared and ready to “help” rebuild the Egyptian economy.
Mohamed ElBaradei, who is clearly tied to globalist think tanks in the United States, is being touted as the next “leader” of Egypt in the media.
Oh, and wouldn’t you know it, ElBaradei actually has a book that is almost ready to come out. Isn’t that convenient?
So how does all of this tie in?
Well, it is simple really. The global elite install a new puppet that they control (such as ElBaradei), and then they get him to agree to huge new loans from the IMF or the World Bank to “fix” the broken Egyptian economy.
Egypt gets so deep in debt that they can no longer function without even more loans, and that gives the IMF, the World Bank and other globalist institutions an extreme amount of leverage over the Egyptian government. Suddenly it becomes next to impossible for the government of Egypt to resist what the globalists want them to do.
In a very entertaining manner, the following very short video explains how this game is constantly being played all across the globe….
The global elite want to keep nations very deeply in debt and they want to keep most of the global population trapped in desperate poverty because this gives them control.
The globalists have worked very hard to set up a system that slowly but surely transfers all wealth into their hands.
The wealth that the global elite have already accumulated is absolutely staggering. According to Forbes magazine, the 69 billionaires from 20 different nations that gathered for the World Economic Forum meetings in Davos, Switzerland this year had a combined total net worth of 427 billion dollars. That is an amount larger than the GDP of Israel and the GDP of Egypt combined.
There are others among the global elite that are estimated to have fortunes that are worth multiple trillions, but people at that level aren’t too keen on letting people look at their books.
But it isn’t just people on the other side of the world that are kept impoverished. The goal of the global elite is to also significantly reduce the wealth and power of the middle class in the United States and Europe because they believe right now we still have too much power and we are blocking the implementation of many of their goals.
For example, the head of the Bank of England, Mervyn King, says that a decline in the standard of living is the inevitable result of the financial crisis that we have just been through….
“The squeeze on living standards is the inevitable price to pay for the financial crisis and subsequent rebalancing of the world and UK economies.”
So is it “inevitable” that the big financial institutions that caused the financial crisis suffer as well? No, many of them are paying out record bonuses.
In the new global economy, the game is fixed so that the ultra-wealthy always do better and the standard of living for the rest of us always goes down.
For decades, the massive middle class in the United States was the envy of the world, but now it is slowly being wiped out.
In the United States today, there are 10 percent fewer “middle class jobs” than there were just 10 years ago. Total wages, median wages, and average wagesare all declining. Over 43 million Americans are now on food stamps.
Meanwhile, it is estimated that Goldman Sachs will end up paying out a total ofsomewhere around 15 billion dollars in compensation to their employees for 2010.
Isn’t that nice?
Not that it is wrong to make money. Hard work and industriousness helped build this country.
But the game that the globalists are playing is not about competition and hard work. Over the decades, the globalists have had so many favorable laws passed and have had so many rules changed that now the game is incredibly rigged in their favor.