Rich European nations meet to plot against the poor

By LUIS MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | FEBRUARY 7, 2013

In the twentieth century, political Summits were seen as meetings to achieve common ground for the benefit of one or two nations. Then came globalism, a movement that intended to transform the world into one slave system governed by the fewest people possible. Summits turned into opportunities to confabulate against those who were not aligned.

This scenario is reflected at its best in Europe, where politicians and their masters create and manage their dream power-grabbing projects. In the 21st century, Summits have been all about imposing austerity and financial control on all member nations in Europe through Brussels and the rest of the world through existing supranational entities such as the IMF and the World Bank.

Right now, the UK is demanding more austerity while ensuring that it will keep intact the rebate negotiated by Margaret Thatcher back in the day with her battle cry, “I want my money back”: the ensign of the British, and of many others. France, which is in favor of growth policies, has not gotten a single one of his proposals looked at, which demonstrates that the continent is in the middle of a fight for political power among the different factions that aim to control the world.

The Summit of Heads of State and Government starts today in Brussels to decide the EU budget for 2014 to 2020. It is marked by three principles: austerity, lack of solidarity — which the controllers use as a way to impose austerity on anyone who does not want it — and political crisis. Rich Europe will again conspire to cut budgets for all its members.

This time the deal is possible, many believe. All members, without exception, agree that the EU budget can not be alien to the culture that permeates the European economic policy. For the first time in the relatively young history of the Union, the budget will be lower than the previous period, 2007-2013, some experts predict. But lower budgets will not be the only issue to be negotiated during the Summit.

The President of the Council, Herman Van Rompuy, a globalism advocate, was close to closing the deal in November. He introduced a cut of 80,000 million compared to the Commission’s proposal — about 1 billion euros for seven years, which is equal to a 1% of European GDP and twenty times less than the U.S. budget. In Germany, the UK, Holland and Sweden seemed little. So there was no sign the agreement and the cuts, which will have an extra 15,000 million in cuts.

With those numbers, budgets can not serve as an impetus to go anywhere. They won’t help to fight youth unemployment either, even though it supposedly adds some patches to work on it. It will not stimulate growth, as it has been proven by the inefficacy of the measures approved in June. The results obtained after politicians aligned with bankers to transfer public and private money to their coffers as supposed to helping solve the crisis, is not an accident. As we have explained many times before, the technocrats who are in charge of guarding against their own policies never intended to have a recovery. They are attempting to collapse the world economy as slowly and seamlessly as possible, achieving the largest creation of debt imaginable before flushing the system to leave taxpayers ‘holding the bag’.

The theater is assured: “It is now or never,” said a senior participant of the Summit. The meeting will be as dramatic to the public as the main stream media is able to portray it. At the end, it is likely that each representative will accept the bribe offered by the European cabal so it can go back home praising the wonders of the agreement signed in the wee hours of the night and whose details will probably not be fully known.

The new austerity measures will not only affect the amount of money countries can depend on as members of the EU, it will also include deep cuts to expenditures for maintenance. The thesis of the rich countries led by Van Rompuy calls for deep cuts on infrastructure (mainly telecommunications and energy. This is a chapter called Connecting Europe, which will suffer cuts for 10,000 million. The result of this measure can be easily seen years into the future: collapsing infrastructure everywhere except in the large mega-cities, where the new world order wants people to be packed into so they can be controlled and spied on more easily.

Austerity, however, is not valid for everything. For example, the globalist led World Economic Forum, called for massive austerity all over the planet, except for programs that directly affect globalist organizations. Another example is the British rebate cheque, which remains more or less shielded with 3.000 million a year. Some exceptions are untouchable: the check would remain intact even if there was agreement among the leaders.

And what if there is no agreement? There will always be a plan B. For example a controlled acceleration of the financial decay, a world war or an unknown, invisible threat that justifies cutting budgets or enrolling the military industrial complex to once again drive the continent’s economy out of shambles. Anything that helps impose austerity, erode national interests and sacrifice growth, especially in the poorest regions will be adopted, passes, approved; even if a tunnel needs to be dug from one side of the Earth to the other.

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Foro Económico Mundial aboga por sostenibilidad en todo, menos el gasto excesivo

POR LUIS MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | ENERO 25, 2013

Parece que la sostenibilidad es un concepto que no es aplicable al dinero y la deuda. Al comenzar, invitados del Foro Económico Mundial en Suiza, han centrado sus presentaciones en la exigencia de que el mundo se financie a nivel mundial a través de la “ecologización” de la política, lo que podría costar unos $ 14 trillones. Los líderes gubernamentales y corporativos continúan usando el alarmismo sobre el calentamiento global – aunque datos de la NASA muestran que poco o ningún calentamiento ha ocurrido en los últimos 20 años.

Los oradores en Davos han hecho lo que ha sido llamado por The Independent como una dura advertencia a largo plazo sobre el crecimiento sostenible, que por alguna razón incluye toda actividad humana, menos la creación de más deuda. Según los participantes, el mundo tiene que gastar lo que sea necesario para financiar su soñada Agencia Ambiental Mundial que determinará qué se puede hacer y que no, sobre la base de supuestas normas ambientales.

Uno de los participantes más activos ha sido el ex presidente de México, Felipe Calderón, quien hizo eco de las llamadas para salvarnos a todos de los “efectos devastadores” del calentamiento global. Globalistas detrás de gente como Calderón, quieren cambiar dramáticamente la forma en que el mundo funciona erradicando gran parte de las actividades humanas relacionadas con la industria, la gestión forestal, agua y energía, producción de alimentos y otros.

El intento de desindustrialización el planeta comenzó en el núcleo de las Naciones Unidas, donde los tecnócratas llaman a menudo para que los Estados reconozcan la necesidad de tener un gobierno mundial. Ese poder mundial estaría formado por entidades como la Agencia Ambiental Mundial, la recién creada entidad financiera europea gobernada de acuerdo al Mecanismo Europeo de Estabilidad – el mecanismo para controlar todas las transacciones financieras – y las organizaciones adheridas a la Organización Mundial de la Salud y la Organización Mundial del Comercio.

La denominada nueva política ambiental tiene su origen en el Programa de las Naciones conocido como Agenda 21, que en última instancia tiene la intención de obligar a la gente a vivir en ciudades prisión bajo completa vigilancia y sometidos a estándares de vida mucho más bajos.

En 2012, la conferencia de Davos formó la Alianza de Acción para el Crecimiento Verde, que es el organismo encargado de la coordinación de políticas ambientales que se relacionan con el desarrollo. De acuerdo con el ex presidente mexicano, la afluencia de dinero en efectivo ayudaría a los esfuerzos mundiales para frenar los desafíos que presenta el cambio climático. Inicialmente, el fondo ambiental recibiría una inyección de $ 700 mil millones al año hasta el 2030, y el dinero supuestamente sería utilizado para pagar por los costos de “salvarnos” del  calentamiento global.

Calderón no detalló las características específicas del gasto de esos fondos. Como el líder de la Alianza, Calderón claramente se refirió a los EE.UU. al usar los daños causados por el huracán Sandy para conseguir apoyo para su plan. Él utilizó el término «adelantarse» para referirse a asegurar el apoyo financiero para los desastres naturales desconocidos que, según él, están a la vuelta de la esquina.

Calderón no explicó cómo él determinó el costo total de la financiación de los esfuerzos de preparación y mitigación de desastres naturales, tales como Sandy. Según un informe elaborado por la consultora Accenture, que se usa como una especie de vara de medir y determinar el impacto de los daños causados ​​por un desastre natural, el costo de lidiar con las consecuencias del huracán Sandy fueron de $ 50 mil millones.

Felipe Calderón, quien terminó su mandato como presidente de México en noviembre, no pudo hacerse cargo de su propio país durante los seis años que ocupó la presidencia, pero sus manejadores creen que está capacitado para responsabilizarse por un asunto aún más complicado, como las supuestas consecuencias que implica el calentamiento global. “Está claro que estamos frente a una crisis climática con impactos potencialmente devastadores en la economía global”, dijo Calderón al hablar en Davos.

“El crecimiento económico ecológico es la única manera de satisfacer las necesidades de la población actual y la gente hasta 9 mil millones en 2050, impulsando el desarrollo y el bienestar mientras se reducen las emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero y se aumenta la productividad de los recursos naturales.”

Calderón no habló de los graves problemas ambientales causados ​​por las corporaciones internacionales que contaminan el planeta con sus experimentos al aire libre como las estelas químicas y los organismos genéticamente modificados. Estos temas no parecen estar en la agenda de los temas que deben ser tratados en Davos. La razón de esto es que el Foro Económico Mundial, al igual que el Foro Social Mundial no son nada más que ejemplos de oposición controlada utilizada por las grandes corporaciones para estafar a la sociedad en la creencia de que tienen una voz en los asuntos.

Calderón también recitó el mismo discurso globalista que otros de sus compinches suelen utilizar para impulsar la falsa agenda ambiental: “El crecimiento económico y la sostenibilidad son inter-dependientes, no se puede tener uno sin el otro, y la inversión ecológica es el pre-requisito para la realización de los dos objetivos “. Lo que esto significa es que si los globalistas logran hacer lo que quieren, todo lo creado, distribuido y consumido tendrá que cumplir con los niveles irracionales de las normas ambientales que hacen que sea imposible que tener una economía real.

La Alianza liderada por Calderón es respaldada por entidades como el Banco Mundial, el Deutsche Bank y el Banco Europeo para la Reconstrucción y el Desarrollo. Su plan incluye una propuesta para exigir que el dinero de los contribuyentes se use para garantizar, asegurar y / o incentivar la aplicación de los regímenes de emisiones bajas en carbono que acelerará la desindustrialización de la economía mundial mediante la eliminación de las actuales fuentes de energía, como centrales de carbón y combustibles fósiles sin tener una alternativa real para sustituirlos.

Lo que Calderón y el resto de la cábala globalista están pidiendo a los países es que financien los mecanismos de control mientras abandonan proyectos en sus países que podrían mejorar los niveles de vida en los países, o en programas que realmente podrían ayudar a la gente a mitigar el impacto de graves problemas y las crisis fabricadas por las grandes corporaciones que controlan el planeta, tales como el hambre y la guerra.

Los miembros de la Alianza quieren convencer a los asistentes a apoyar su plan de utilizar $ 5 trillones al año, que se utiliza en la producción, tecnología y producción de energía tradicional, para supuestamente construir alternativas más ecológicas. Calderón probablemente no es consciente del caso Español, donde el gobierno fallidamente promulgó una estructura para crear e impulsar una economía verde.

El país invirtió fuertemente en las llamadas fuentes alternativas de energía, utilizando miles de millones de dólares del dinero de los contribuyentes para presuntamente financiar proyectos en conjunto con las empresas privadas que, al final, tal como sucedió en los Estados Unidos bajo Barack Obama, se marcharon con el dinero en efectivo sin producir ninguna fuente alternativa de energía.

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World Economic Forum calls for Sustainability on everything but out of control Spending

By LUIS MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | JANUARY 22, 2013

It seems that sustainability is a concept that is not applicable to money and debt. As the World Economic Forum begins in Davos, Switzerland, the first round of speeches has been focused on demanding that the world finances a global ‘greening’ policy which could cost as much as $ 14 trillion. Government and corporate leaders are at it again, scare mongering about global warming — no matter NASA’s own data shows little or no warming for the past 20 years.

Speakers at Davos are delivering what has been called by The Independent as a stark warning about long-term sustainable growth, which for some reason includes every single human activity but out of control debt creation. According to participants, the world must spend itself into oblivion to finance their dreamed global environmental agency which will dictate what can be done based on supposed environmental standards.

One of the most outspoken participants yesterday, was former Mexican president Felipe Calderon, who echoed calls for saving us all from the ‘devastating effects’ of global warming. Globalists behind people like Calderon, intend to dramatically change the way the world functions by downsizing all human activity related to industry, forestry, water and power management, food production and others.

The move to de-industrialize the planet, began at the core of the United Nations, where technocrats often call for a one world government that needs to be recognized by all nation-states. That world power would be formed by entities like the global environmental agency, the newly created European financial entity ruled according to the European Stability Mechanism — the mechanism to control all financial transactions — and organizations adhered to the World Health Organization and the World Trade Organization. The new so-called environmental policy is rooted on the United Nation’s Agenda 21, which ultimately intends to cram people into prison cities under complete surveillance and according to new lower living standards.

In 2012, the Davos conference formed the Green Growth Action Alliance, which is the organization in charge of coordination environmental policy as it relate to development. According to the former Mexican president, the influx of cash would truthfully aid the global effort to curb the challenges presented by climate change. Initially, the environmental fund would receive an injection of $700 billion a year up until 2030 and the money would allegedly be used to pay for the costs of ‘saving us’ all from global warming.

Mr. Calderon did not detail the specifics of the spending.As the leader of the Alliance, Calderon clearly address the U.S. by making use of hurricane Sandy to rally support for his plan. He used the term ‘pre-empt’ to refer to securing financial support for unknown natural disasters that according to him are just around the corner. Mr. Calderon did not explain how he came up with the total cost of financing any efforts to prepare and mitigate natural disasters such as Sandy.According to a report produced by Accenture Consultancy, which was used as a kind of measuring stick to determine the impact of the damage caused by a natural disaster, the cost of dealing with the consequences of hurricane Sandy were of $50 billion.

Felipe Calderon, who ended his tenure as Mexican president back in November, could not take care of his own country for the six years he held the presidency, but someone his handlers believe he can be the poster boy for an even more complicated matter such as the supposed dire consequences posed by global warming. “It is clear that we are facing a climate crisis with potentially devastating impacts on the global economy,” said Calderon while speaking at Davos.

“Greening global economic growth is the only way to satisfy the needs of today’s population and up to 9 billion people by 2050, driving development and well-being while reducing greenhouse gas emissions and increasing natural resource productivity.”

Calderon did not speak about the grave environmental problems caused by international corporation that pollute the planet with their open air experiments using chemtrails and genetically modified organisms. These topics don’t seem to be in the agenda of the issues that must be dealt with at Davos, it seems. The reason for this is that the World Economic Forum, just as the World Social Forum as nothing else than controlled opposition used by the large corporations to swindle society into believing that they have a voice on the issues.

Calderon also recited the same speech other fellow globalists often use to drive attention to the fake environmental agenda: “Economic growth and sustainability are inter-dependent, you cannot have one without the other, and greening investment is the pre-requisite to realizing both goals”. What this really means is that if globalists have their way, everything created, distributed and consumed will have to meet irrational levels of environmental standards that will make it impossible to actually have an economy.

Calderon’s Alliance is backed-up by entities such as the World Bank, Deutsche Bank and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. Its plan includes a proposal to demand that taxpayer money to guarantee, insure and / or incentivize the application of low-carbon emission schemes which in itself will cause the acceleration of the de-industrialization of the global economy by eliminating current sources of energy such as coal plants and fossil fuels without having a real alternative to substitute them.

What Calderon and the rest of the globalist cabal are asking countries to do is to finance their mechanisms of control while abandoning projects at home that could potentially improve standards of living on a country by country basis or on programs that could truly help people mitigate the impact of serious challenges and crises manufactured by the large corporations that control the planet, such as famine and war.

Members of the Alliance want to convince attendees to support their plan to use $5 trillion a year that is used in the production of traditional energy technology to supposedly build greener alternatives. Mr. Calderon is probably not aware of Spain’s failure to enact any kind of structure to drive a green economy. The country invested heavily in so-called alternative energy sources, using billions of dollars of taxpayer money to allegedly finance projects in conjunction with private corporations that in the end, just as it happened in the United States under Barack Obama, walked away with the cash without producing one single real alternative source of energy.

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Obama re-elected by illiterate Americans

By XAVIER LERMA | XLERMA | NOVEMBER 26, 2012

Putin in 2009 outlined his strategy for economic success. Alas, poor Obama did the opposite but nevertheless was re-elected. Bye, bye Miss American Pie. The Communists have won in America with Obama but failed miserably in Russia with Zyuganov who only received 17% of the vote. Vladimir Putin was re-elected as President keeping the New World Order out of Russia while America continues to repeat the Soviet mistake.

After Obama was elected in his first term as president the then Prime Minister of Russia, Vladimir Putin gave a speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland in January of 2009. Ignored by the West as usual, Putin gave insightful and helpful advice to help the world economy and saying the world should avoid the Soviet mistake.

Recently, Obama has been re-elected for a 2nd term by an illiterate society and he is ready to continue his lies of less taxes while he raises them. He gives speeches of peace and love in the world while he promotes wars as he did in Egypt, Libya and Syria. He plans his next war with Iran as he fires or demotes his generals who get in the way.

Putin said regarding the military,

“…instead of solving the problem, militarization pushes it to a deeper level. It draws away from the economy immense financial and material resources, which could have been used much more efficiently elsewhere.”

Well, any normal individual understands that as true but liberalism is a psychosis . O’bomber even keeps the war going along the Mexican border with projects like “fast and furious” and there is still no sign of ending it.  He is a Communist without question promoting the Communist Manifesto without calling it so. How shrewd he is in America. His cult of personality mesmerizes those who cannot go beyond their ignorance. They will continue to follow him like those fools who still praise Lenin and Stalin in Russia.  Obama’s fools and Stalin’s fools share the same drink of illusion.

Reading Putin’s speech without knowing the author, one would think it was written by Reagan or another conservative in America. The speech promotes smaller government and less taxes. It comes as no surprise to those who know Putin as a conservative. Vladimir Putin went on to say:

“…we are reducing taxes on production, investing money in the economy. We are optimizing state expenses.

 The second possible mistake would be excessive interference into the economic life of the country and the absolute faith into the all-mightiness of the state.

There are no grounds to suggest that by putting the responsibility over to the state, one can achieve better results.

Unreasonable expansion of the budget deficit, accumulation of the national debt – are as destructive as an adventurous stock market game.

During the time of the Soviet Union the role of the state in economy was made absolute, which eventually lead to the total non-competitiveness of the economy. That lesson cost us very dearly. I am sure no one would want history to repeat itself.”

President Vladimir Putin could never have imagined anyone so ignorant or so willing to destroy their people like Obama much less seeing millions vote for someone like Obama. They read history in America don’t they? Alas, the schools in the U.S. were conquered by the Communists long ago and history was revised thus paving the way for their Communist presidents. Obama has bailed out those businesses that voted for him and increased the debt to over 16 trillion with an ever increasing unemployment rate especially among blacks and other minorities. All the while promoting his agenda.

“We must seek support in the moral values that have ensured the progress of our civilization. Honesty and hard work, responsibility and faith in our strength are bound to bring us success.”- Vladimir Putin

The red, white and blue still flies happily but only in Russia. Russia still has St George defeating the Dragon with the symbol of the cross on its’ flag. The ACLU and other atheist groups in America would never allow the US flag with such religious symbols. Lawsuits a plenty against religious freedom and expression in the land of the free. Christianity in the U.S. is under attack as it was during the early period of the Soviet Union when religious symbols were against the law.

Let’s give American voters the benefit of the doubt and say it was all voter fraud and not ignorance or stupidity in electing a man who does not even know what to do and refuses help from Russia when there was an oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Instead we’ll say it’s true that the Communists usage of electronic voting was just a plan to manipulate the vote. Soros and his ownership of the company that counts the US votes in Spain helped put their puppet in power in the White House. According to the Huffington Post, residents in all 50 states have filed petitions to secede from the Unites States. We’ll say that these Americans are hostages to the Communists in power. How long will their government reign tyranny upon them?

Russia lost its’ civil war with the Reds and millions suffered torture and death for almost 75 years under the tyranny of the United Soviet Socialist Republic. Russians survived with a new and stronger faith in God and ever growing Christian Church. The question is how long will the once “Land of the Free” remain the United Socialist States of America?  Their suffering has only begun. Bye bye Miss American Pie!  You know the song you hippies. Sing it! Don’t you remember? The 1971 hit song by American song writer Don McLean:

“And, as I watched him on the stage my hands were clenched in fists of rage.

No angel born in Hell could break that Satan’s spell

And, as the flames climbed high into the night to light the sacrificial rite, I saw…

Satan laughing with delight the day the music died

He was singing, bye bye Miss American Pie

Drove my Chevy to the levee, but the levee was dry

Them good ol’ boys were drinking whiskey and rye, singing…

This’ll be the day that I die

This’ll be the day that I die”

So, the question remains:

How long will America suffer and to what depths?

Third World Welfare Recipients to Protest ‘Evil’ Capitalism

by Luis R. Miranda
The Real Agenda
January 30, 2012

What do the elites meeting in Davos, Switzerland have in common with the welfare state recipients in the third world nations? At least a couple of things. Both have immensely benefited from capitalism, yet both groups point to it as an evil system, responsible for things such as inequality and social injustice. Neither of the two groups say what kind of Capitalism they are referring to; Corporate Capitalism or real free market Capitalism. As we reported last week, elitists in Davos are circulating the idea that Capitalism is obsolete and that only a new system managed by their corporations and banks can bring the world back from its current slide into a second Great Depression. Over the weekend, thousands of attendants at the World Social Forum held in the city of Porto Alegre Brazil concluded that Capitalism is the greatest evil ever created and plan to protest against it next June.

Having lived in a third world nation for the first 20 years of my life helps me have a very good idea of the goods and evils that the welfare state is capable of creating. After living in a first world country for ten years, helps balance my view of both the welfare state and the closest example to free market Capitalism. My analysis concludes that the welfare state causes greater harm than good to people. Take a look at the Latin American nations whose people benefit from welfare. Both democratic and non-democratic nations create entitlement programs to supposedly benefit those who cannot help themselves. This welfare system is managed by the State, which taxes the middle class and to a lesser state the upper middle class and small segment of rich people to pay for the welfare programs.

Although many could argue that without those welfare programs millions of people would be left to die of hunger and disease, the truth is that government contribution to the poor is insignificant when compared to monies collected through taxation. Take for example the country of Costa Rica, one of the most stable nations in Latin America. There, the central government debt accounts for 30% of the government’s total revenues. Meantime, the country only invests 17.3 percent of its GDP in public health, education, and social welfare combined. So while the bureaucracy eats a third of the government’s income, the poor and dependent have to share half of that amount. The Costa Rican economy has gone from a self-sufficient one to a service economy, where multinationals are allowed to install their factories tax free, but pay miserable salaries to the local workers. Costa Rica now depends heavily on tourism and the production of electronics and electronic components. Both activities are likely to slow down as the global economic crisis expands out of control. What does the lack of government leadership in Costa Rica result in? Poverty. Poor and once middle class neighborhoods such as Hatillo, San Sebastian, Sagrada Familia and even downtown San Jose have witnessed an an exponential increase in slums, crime and social unrest. Another example, Brazil, perhaps the fastest growing country in the developing world and one of the most socialist nations in America. The government headed by Dilma Rousseff has a total GDP of 2.9 trillion dollars. From that amount, the central government’s debt amounts to 54 percent of the GDP, while only investing a fraction in social programs. The tax burden in Brazil easily gets to 33 percent, much of it, as seen before, goes to finance of the most corrupt regimes in the planet. In this South American country, most people have to resort to the so-called underground economy (collecting cans and plastic bottles, selling fake brand merchandise and so on) to survive. High taxation together with little investment in infrastructure, for example, makes Brazil one of the most troublesome options for local and foreign investors. The gap between the rich and the poor in Brazil continues to grow, while the middle class is being stretched thinner and thinner.

But perhaps the greatest harm caused by the welfare state is not that it gives too little to the poor, but that makes them believe that such state of affairs is the only alternative to their lack of opportunities to grow as individuals. Since the poor classes become absolutely dependent on the bureaucracy to survive, that fact gives the State, in the eyes of the bureaucrats and the welfare recipients- an almost unlimited legitimacy to govern employing the Robin Hood plan: take from the rich and give to the poor. But as we pointed out before, much of the money taxed from the middle class is kept in the coffers of the central governments, as supposed to going to aid the poor.

As seen in developed nations, a smaller government and less taxation for individuals and entrepreneurs is the only combination of policies that spurs economic growth. The liberty to spend their money as they see it fit is what empowers people to grow and forge their own destinies. Personal and social growth derives from having the power to decide what is it that one as a person wants to do while accepting full responsibility for one’s decisions, both in the personal and social settings. The short-lived 20th century real free market Capitalism that derived from societies composed by free people is the only system that spurred ingenuity and development. Receiving a free welfare check once a month while sitting around waiting for someone else to take responsibility for one’s decisions, achieves exactly the opposite.

But according to the elites and many members of the World Social Forum, the world needs to be governed by a central entity that promotes and enforce a social and “green economy,” with priority being given to eradicating hunger. This initiative intends to put pressure on bureaucrats who will take part in the UN conference on sustainable development scheduled for June 20-22 in Rio de Janeiro. This meeting will be the fourth attempt by the globalist organization to convince third world nations that it is necessary to create a central entity with the power to demand for money from the middle classes in the developed world to give it to rich people in the third world. Previous attempts have failed due to revelations that the United Nations’ proposals to create a worldwide welfare system intends to erase the sovereignty of all signing participants.

How could it be that the elite of the world and the popular movements, that allegedly fight against those very same elite’s impoverishing policies actually agree on a way to solve the problems; namely end with Capitalism and install a global socialist system of governance? As The Real Agenda informed in 2010, movements like the World Social Forum are controlled dissidence, in other words, financed and managed by the very same elite who they claim to be fighting against. According to author Michel Chossudovsky, “the mechanisms of “manufacturing dissent” require a manipulative environment, a process of arm-twisting and subtle cooptation of individuals within progressive organizations, including anti-war coalitions, environmentalists and the anti-globalization movement. The inner objective is to “manufacture dissent” and establish the boundaries of a “politically correct” opposition. In turn, many NGOs are infiltrated by  informants often acting on behalf of western intelligence agencies. Moreover, an increasingly large segment of the progressive alternative news media on the internet has become dependent on funding from corporate foundations and charities.”

in his article “Manufacturing Dissent”: The Corporate Financing of the Protest Movement, Mr. Chossudovsky explains it is impossible to achieve a real mass movement of dissent, when those organizations that claim to support popular demands are heavily financed by the elite. He says regarding the World Economic Forum:

The people’s movement has been hijacked. Selected intellectuals, trade union executives, and the leaders of civil society organizations (including Oxfam, Amnesty International, Greenpeace) are routinely invited to the Davos World Economic Forum, where they mingle with the World’s most powerful economic and political actors. This mingling of the World’s corporate elites with hand-picked “progressives” is part of the ritual underlying the process of  “manufacturing dissent”. The ploy is to selectively handpick civil society leaders “whom we can trust” and integrate them into a “dialogue”, cut them off from their rank and file, make them feel that they are “global citizens” acting on behalf of their fellow workers but make them act in a way which serves the interests of the corporate establishment: “The participation of NGOs in the Annual Meeting in Davos is evidence of the fact that [we] purposely seek to integrate a broad spectrum of the major stakeholders in society in … defining and advancing the global agenda … We believe the [Davos] World Economic Forum provides the business community with the ideal framework for engaging in collaborative efforts with the other principal stakeholders [NGOs] of the global economy to “improve the state of the world,” which is the Forum’s mission. (World Economic Forum, Press Release 5 January 2001).The WEF does not represent the broader business community. It is an elitist gathering: Its members are giant global corporations (with a minimum $5 billion annual turnover). The selected non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are viewed as partner “stakeholders” as well as a convenient “mouthpiece for the voiceless who are often left out of decision-making processes.” (World Economic Forum – Non-Governmental Organizations, 2010).

And about the World Social Forum:

From the outset in 2001, the WSF was supported by core funding from the Ford Foundation, which is known to have ties to the CIA going back to the 1950s: “The CIA uses philanthropic foundations as the most effective conduit to channel large sums of money to Agency projects without alerting the recipients to their source.” (James Petras, The Ford Foundation and the CIA, Global Research, September 18, 2002). The same procedure of donor funded counter-summits or people’s summits which characterized the 1990s People’s Summits was embodied in the World Social Forum (WSF): “… other WSF funders (or `partners’, as they are referred to in WSF terminology) included the Ford Foundation, — suffice it to say here that it has always operated in the closest collaboration with the US Central Intelligence Agency and US overall strategic interests; the Heinrich Boll Foundation, which is controlled by the German Greens party, a partner in the present [2003] German government and a supporter of the wars on Yugoslavia and Afghanistan (its leader Joschka Fischer is the [former] German foreign minister); and major funding agencies such as Oxfam (UK), Novib (Netherlands), ActionAid (UK), and so on.

According to Breitbart, this year’s World Social Forum opened its doors to members of several other anti-government movements such as Arab Spring, Spain’s “Indignant” movement, Occupy Wall Street, and students from Chile. All of these popular movements have criticized the globalist concept of “a green economy” because it is designed to give multinationals the largest profits by being in control of the so anxiously sought centralized global social government. Ironically, the Occupy Wall Street Movement is one of those groups that is coopted by globalist organizations and foundations.

Some of the speakers are the World Social Forum made it clear that their fight is a battle to convince 98 percent of the world’s population that there is a group composed by 1 percent that refuses to embrace the collectivist concept of social justice. This concept is based on the the belief that it doesn’t matter how people achieve success, economic or otherwise; they must give part of their property and income to a large group of self entitled conformists who need to get their checks on a monthly basis.

“The political and economic elites are the one percent who control the world and we are the one percent seeking to change it. Where are the (other) 98 percent?” said Chico Whitaker, one of the Forum’s founders. “There are many who are happy because each time they get more consumer goods, but many are concerned and unsatisfied. The challenge for us is to speak with them.” “If we do not raise the issue of inequality, we won’t solve the problems,” said Venezuelan sociologist Edgardo Lander. “If the system is not capable of redistributing and deal with inequality, we have to do it ourselves,” agreed Sam Halvorsen, of the Occupy London movement.

What these alleged leaders do not say is that nations governed by socialist or communist regimes are always less free, less successful, less equal and less independent. How long has there been Socialism and Communism? What have been their key contributions to ending poverty and misery, especially in third world countries? This is a questions that has probably never been asked in meetings like the World Economic Forum or the World Social Forum, however both movements and their supporters insist this is the way to go. Aren’t Socialism and Communism as outdated as Corporate Capitalism? On the other hand, what did real free market Capitalism achieved while it was allowed to work as an economic model?

Socialists and Communists like to answer to this question saying that their agenda is not intended to promote consumerism, and that free market societies are bound to become large groups of individuals possessed by the desire to have more and more. A possible answer to that idea is that only free market Capitalism has the power to ‘naturally’ end consumerism as market forces define what is needed and what there’s too much of. As we have now learnt, all artificially created bubbles tend to explode, unless they are artificially maintained (i.e. the financial bubble, the housing bubble and the derivatives bubble. All of them created by the globalist elite.). What has the World Economic Forum or the World Social Forum said about those bubbles? Nothing. No investigations on the real causes of the current economic crisis, no official investigation on who benefited from the impoverishment of millions in both the developed and underdeveloped nations.

It doesn’t matter that there is a credibility and morality gap, as Klaus Schwab, founder of the annual World Economic Forum, said last week in Davos. The elite and their controlled dissidents will continue to push for a change for the worst; a globalist socialist system where it will be OK to rob from the productive to give to the unproductive. The push is to drive the corporate welfare system and the social welfare system as the models for a world where the elite will have complete control of the resources, production, and the welfare checks.