Globalizing The Future Introduction When we mention freedom and liberty, I like to imagine we all think of not just the type of country the Founding Fathers envisioned, but also a modern, unified nation with sensible limited government and no entangling alliances. But, when we factor in the idea of corporations, all of this goes out the window. Why? The push for globalism continues and it is a reality we should all attempt to understand. I am beginning this topic to outline some major points of interest and to clearly define the concept of corporate control. I base these ideas on events and core principles which can be found cited throughout this post. Conspiracy To The Uninitiated, Par For Course To The Enlightened How much of history is actually repeated? If we look hard enough and have insight, the pattern of conquest for glory in the past is no different than modern warfare to achieve peace. Just as the Greek out lands were sometimes ravaged by barbarian hoards, granting a need for solidarity, an enemy of today's making may be branded "communist" or even "terrorist". Granted, the making of the individual and the belief systems they adhere may be wildly different, nonetheless, there are similarities in the response to its threat. The Hegelian dialectic, usually presented in a threefold manner, is comprised of three dialectical stages of development: a thesis, giving rise to its reaction, an antithesis, which contradicts or negates the thesis, and the tension between the two being resolved by means of a synthesis (#1). In simple terms, this has also been known to be described as --problem, reaction, and solution. We can witness this dialectic process in modern times by the known proliferation of an enemy, and sometimes even the creation of such, followed by the predicted response which would undoubtedly require the sort of attention only government can provide. The end result is often a declaration of war followed by profiteering in the arms industry, oil, energy and various technological fields to name a few. One factor which is always present, is the corporate cartel influence, especially in the areas of resource control and finance. (#2) The rise of the corporation, as we know today is not something which took decades to solidify, but much longer. The earliest corporation can be traced back to the 1300's, and most governments have chartered corporations. Historically, corporations were created by a charter granted by government (#3). After the Industrial Revolution had established firm roots, railroad and oil companies as well as banking companies began to thrive. When multiple corporations work together toward common interest, they form what is called a cartel. A cartel will often nullify competition, because the object of any business is to make profits. Today, corporations are usually registered with the state, province, or national government and regulated by the laws enacted by that government, but in the United States, they are no longer limited by charter and are not susceptible to being dissolved after the charter is nullified. A corporation is now a company or group of people authorized to act as a single entity (legally a person) and recognized as such in law. Jekyll Island is a real island off the coast of Georgia, and it was back in 1910, the Federal Reserve banking system (United States) was originally conceived at a highly secret meeting that took place there. What was it these people wanted to hide? In 1910, Jekyll Island was privately owned by a small group of millionaires and they had an elaborate social club which still exists today. It all began in November, when Senator Nelson Aldrich sent for a rail car. The well-known men he asked to attend came in disguise so as they would not be noticed. They were told to use first names only, and two of the men used code names so the servants on the train would not leak their arrival to the press. Once at the island, the men got to work. For the next nine days, these men hammered out what would become the Federal Reserve System. Outwardly, the nation at the time was concerned with the banking industry, and some believed it was time for "banking reform", including the National Monetary Commission, despite the few who opposed it. Some were concerned with the aggregation of power in the hands of New York banks and their Wall Street allies. This powerful alliance is what was called the money trust, which was a very popular term in the newspapers at the time. Some politicians were even fast-tracked to office with promises to "break the money trust", including former President Wilson. The first person at the meeting was Nelson Aldrich. He was a business associate of J.P. Morgan, and the father-in-law to John D. Rockefeller, Jr. and grandfather to Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller, the 41st Vice President of The United States. The second, Frank Vanderlip was also there. He was a banker, and Assistant Secretary to the Treasury as well as President of National City Bank, the largest and most powerful in the country. Several other J.P Morgan banking giants and others also attended: Henry Davison, Charles Norton, Benjamin Strong, and Paul Warburg. It is notable to also mention that Warburg was one of the most wealthy men in the world, and all the men together are estimated to have possessed 1/4 of all the wealth of the world at the time. Now, it doesn't exactly take a genius to figure out why any of this happened, nor how the banking system we still have in place today, was conceived. (for more information -read: The Creature From Jekyll Island, by G. Edward Griffin) There is a primary reason for secrecy, but there is more to it than just who comprises the group I mentioned. Just like the people I mentioned above, the people who comprise the major corporations who are viewed as competitors, have industrial and economic power BECAUSE of the concept of cartel monopoly. It was in the period I briefly explained above when wealthy, independently owned businesses secured the first patent on the future. The government agency we believe to be the Federal Reserve, is in fact only Federal by name, and is in fact, a banking cartel. In fact, even the Internal Revenue Service is a privately owned corporation, headquartered in Puerto Rico under the guise of the FAA (Federal Alcohol Administration), which is defunct. #1: Hegelian Dialectic - #2: Seven Sisters - #3: Corporations - #4: Jekyll Island Global Policy Now, stop thinking about NATIONAL policy. Remember the major points I raised. It is time to recognize the same concepts on a global scale. From agriculture to water, natural resources to the creation and control of money --all of it is entirely controlled by corporations. And corporations form cartels to minimize competition. Some believe this is all just a sinister plan to conquer and enslave the people of the world, but is there possibly more to it than that? Free Trade has been a fundamental tenet of capitalism for close to 100 years. With the creation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), (which was manifested by the political bodies which are controlled by corporate cartels), a new door was opened with countries who needed trade to equalize them with our own economy. This has served the interests of multinational corporations by further consolidating foreign political ties as well as cementing a foundation for global policy in the future. The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) has proposed an agenda to support conditions for developing countries to improve their standing in the global economy. Economists have theories on how to combat the disadvantages faced by developing countries, but the advantaged countries continue to control the economic agenda. In order to rectify the social injustice dilemma, international economic institutions (such as the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund) give advice to developing countries. One solution often proposed, is to issue global rules that protect developing countries. It is still difficult for leaders of developing nations to influence these global rules, since the advantaged countries and the IMF control the stage. Waging war often drains the economies of those embroiled in warfare, and just like disadvantaged countries who have accepted financing from the World Bank and assistance from the IMF, once they are indebted, there's no way out again. Also, the restrictions and rules for trade imposed on a nation by the IMF can severely damage the economy. This is how you control the world in the New Age. Jamaica (a former territory of Britain) has been deeply indebted by the World Bank. What, your bananas you want to export for sale? Nope. We already have enough...besides, you would be cutting in on Dole profits. Request denied. The "Bilderberg Group" is an annual private conference of approximately 120–150 political leaders and experts from industry, finance, academia and the media. About two thirds of the participants come from Europe and the rest from North America; one third from politics and government and the rest from other fields (all are corporations). The original conference was held at the Hotel de Bilderberg in Oosterbeek, Netherlands, from 29 to 31 May, 1954. The group really does not hold a known name or identity, but those who follow its secretive meetings, with help from inside sources, continue to label them "Bilderberg Group". Historically, attendee lists have been weighted towards bankers, politicians, and directors of large corporations. In 2001, Denis Healey, a Bilderberg group founder and, for 30 years, a steering committee member, said: "To say we were striving for a one-world government is exaggerated, but not wholly unfair. Those of us in Bilderberg felt we couldn't go on forever fighting one another for nothing and killing people and rendering millions homeless. So we felt that a single community throughout the world would be a good thing." Perceptions Are Everything No matter your belief, the end of the road cannot be seen just yet. It is like we are attempting to look through a dirty piece of glass and trying to describe the face of a man a thousand feet away. There are certain "knowns", but not everything is known. We do know that corporations exist today well outside their original boundaries. The very same can be said about governments, not just our own. We know that these corporations and governments conspire in secret, but not always the reasons. We know that globalism and a World Order are certainly on the table, even though it was contested in the past, but openly discussed today. We know that corporations work toward establishing cartels to limit competition and maximize profits. We also know the global financial structure is a cartel of corporations and they set the policy for trade. We know banking and industry are intertwined to create global markets and maintain control in government. We know the vision and goal for some of the most powerful at the head of these organizations strive for a global economy. We also know that national sovereignty would disappear and be replaced with an identity suited for global membership. For a nation like ours, every aspect of our traditional authority and livelihood are at risk. It is therefore only natural for many to fear a transition into a global community. I leave it to you to decide if humanity is doomed or not.