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Sunday, June 9, 2013

Corporatocracy, Corporatism, Fascism

Corporatocracy, Corporatism, Fascism

"Fascism should more appropriately be called corporatism because
it is the merger of state and corporate power." - Benito Mussolini

By Jim Kirwan
Rense.com
June 9, 2013

This is indeed a fascinatingly and disgusting story, premised on
absolute control over all people.

Back when people were actually almost "free" (immediately after
WWII), when public education was not just another empty promise,
and the trend in life was toward a better tomorrow for everyone,
at that time "control" was in retreat, and progress was the theme
of every hour.

Now what we have is control of every idiotic facet of everyday
existence, rules for every waking act, every thought that is not
controlled is seen as the enemy of the state (the corporatocracy).

Our entire way of life has been stolen and shall never return to
the lazy and hopeful days of living and loving, of joy and promise,
with the possibility for doing real and meaningful things with one's
own life, not to mention being able to envision a better world for
more and more people, whose lives were so far below the levels
we enjoyed.

Instead of that promise, instead of that possibility, what we
have now is the outright worship of Mistrust, of Fear, and of
Paranoia, along with obscene profits for those who have purchased
all the politicians, and who control every facet of this once nearly
free society.

If American life were a sporting event, today's game would be one in
which all the officials and the referees had all been pre-purchased by
what would obviously be the winning team.

Now companies "police" their own activities, deciding for themselves
when they've gone too far, or stolen too much.

The original point behind government providing a watchdog over
industry, was to keep the playing fields equal, between players and
owners.

Now the games continue but only the owners win anything, the
players are degenerating from just being slaves to becoming
everyday targets for anyone who hates their owners:

Hence the Iraq's of this world will focus the herd's mind on what
it really means to be an American today (a blood-stained thug,
whether in a uniform, or with a contract and a pen) - we are
attempting to steal all that's still sacred, in what has become a
profane and truth-less world.

Like Humpty-Dumpty we will never be able to put the world back
together again, not here anyhow.

Too much has been lost in too many generations that have passed
through this new agenda of "me first, me only."

In that process all guidelines have been destroyed, and there is
no longer any "out-of-bounds" everything is now fair game: and
now the world KNOWS this for what it actually means, which is
a rather subdued type of anarchy that favors only the very rich.

Whether nationally or internationally, what we have consecrated
by our actions is the outlaw behavior of the corporatocracy, world
wide.

It is therefore not surprising that Bush would want to claim the
mantle of 'Dictator for All the Known World,' even though he is
nothing but the token puppet in the front row.

He can do this because the bought and paid for US Congress will
not really give him any trouble (if they did they'd all be charged
with aiding and abetting all the crimes committed so far) and the
courts have already made clear their preferences: so the only
thing left in opposition is the besieged and downtrodden public.

Those same people who must pay for all this criminality in dollars
and in blood.

However, the public listens to the mouthpiece that has become
the outlaws wholly owned whore.

Completely owned and operated by those same interests that
are behind the corruption, what they tell the world has little to
do with actual truth, or the facts of anything that happens in
the world today.

If the public is to understand anything at all, then they will have to
rely on their own gut instincts and what they can find on the net to
corroborate or dispute what they suspect.

This is why the games we play today are so fraught with corruption,
deception and duplicity, on nearly every side, but humanity has
survived before when threatened by empirical demands, so perhaps
there may yet be an opportunity to reverse this insanity that has
become a cancer on the world.

If not then we'll all be returned to the Dark Ages once again,
but this time on a planet that's been nearly destroyed by our
lapsed custodianship, because we are obviously unfit to manage
for ourselves, never mind for others, in the real life of this world.

http://rense.com/general62/corporatocracy.htm

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