Socialism equals triumph for corporate criminals

Socialism equals triumph for corporate criminals

by Jon Rappoport

May 31, 2018

In several recent articles (all here under category: socialism), I’ve exposed the myth that socialism is a revolution of and for the people.

I’ve presented evidence that socialism is actually a movement owned, operated, and funded by ultra-wealthy elites.

Dupes, foot soldiers, blind idealists, indoctrinated students, and low-level thugs are recruited through cutouts to serve the agenda of Rockefeller Globalists, for example, who are determined to bring about worldwide socialism.

Socialism, in a nutshell, equals ultra-rich elites (represented by the Council on Foreign Relations, Trilateral Commission, Bilderberg, etc.) owning the free market, cutting out competition, and creating more powerful, overarching, central governments.

Hidden in the plan is the granting of greater dominion to mega-corporations. This is a key fact.

The US Constitution was a document that established extremely limited central government. Regardless of the motives of the authors and the state legislatures that ratified it, the ideas contained in the Constitution were, and are, extremely oppressive toward large centralized structures controlling the people.

But there was another factor present at the beginning of the American Republic.

At the dawn of the United States, corporations were chartered and thus allowed to operate by the individual states. If a corporation, in the eyes of a state legislature, violated a basic trust by harming the people, committing offenses against the citizenry, the legislature could summarily cancel their charter and literally exile them from the state.

This power followed, in part, from the fact that corporations were not and are not individuals. They do not have the rights and freedoms of individuals. Corporations were not granted the rights of citizens in the Constitution.

Richard Grossman, an activist and scholar of US corporate history, unearthed and made lucid these facts.

At the birth of the American Republic, therefore, there was a double limitation on power. Central government and corporations were both strapped and shackled.

Of course, just as the federal government has been allowed to expand like an unchecked fungus, so has corporate power.

Under socialism (aka Globalism), mega-corporate power is the prow of a ship that sails on and on and conquers the economies of the world.

Corporate crimes go unpunished.

Contrary to popular belief, the real agenda of socialism has nothing to do with prosecuting those crimes.

The idea, for example, that greater socialism in America would defeat Monsanto is ludicrous in the extreme.

Monsanto is one of the components of actual socialism—the real, not the fake, version.

Again, socialism is by, for, and of the ultra-wealthy elites. It is not a movement on behalf of the downtrodden.

As Gary Allen puts it in his 1971 classic, None Dare call It Conspiracy: “…pressure from above and pressure from below… The pressure from above comes from secret, ostensibly respectable Comrades in the government and [elite Globalist] Establishment, forming, with the radicalized mobs in the streets below, a giant pincer around middle-class society. The street rioters are pawns, shills, puppets, and dupes for an oligarchy of elitist conspirators working above to turn America’s limited government into an unlimited government with total control over our lives and property.”

“The American middle class is being squeezed to death by a vise. In the streets we have avowed revolutionary groups… Virtually all members of these groups sincerely believe that they are fighting the Establishment. In reality they are an indispensable ally of the Establishment in fastening Socialism on all of us. The naive radicals think that under Socialism the ‘people’ will run everything. Actually, it will be a clique of Insiders in total control, consolidating and controlling all wealth. That is why these schoolboy Lenins and teenage Trotskys are allowed to roam free and are practically never arrested or prosecuted. They are protected. If the Establishment wanted the revolutionaries stopped, how long do you think they would be tolerated?”

Gary Allen wrote that passage in 1971. Does it ring a familiar bell now?

As philosopher George Santayana famously wrote in 1905, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”

Equally famous is the prescription for all advertising: repeat the same message over and over, so it sinks into the mind and forms a false impression of truth.

Thus it has been with the basic message of socialism. “This is a form of government that finally serves the people. It is the people rising up to take the reins of power.”

Once that notion is rigidly fixed in consciousness, it is impossible to believe socialism is actually emanating from the elite of the elite.

Fortunately, more and more people are waking up to the basic con of fake news, which doesn’t only broadcast distorted current events spooling out through screens, day by day.

Basic themes of fake news also span decades and even centuries.

What will happen when enough young people, who want to tear down the structures of the monopolists, realize those same men are bankrolling them in the streets?

What will happen when these young people realize their teachers and mentors and handlers and professors have been feeding them the precise reverse of the truth?

As long as independent media continue to proliferate, that day is coming.

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Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

16 comments on “Socialism equals triumph for corporate criminals

  1. Greg Weldon says:

    Corporations achieved the status of individual (Individual what?) when included in Title XI – General Provisions Section 1101 (3) The term “person” means an individual, a trust or estate, a partnership, or a corporation. Social Security Act of 1935 (49 STAT.620) Taken in context a corporation is a person. Read it and weep. The Social Security Act changed everything.

  2. truth1 says:

    I dig the article. Another thing that socialism accomplishes is convincing people that they are doing well, by welfare, when in reality, they are kept down and denied much, but at least they do not have to work. Of course, they are beholden to the government and give up any right to make their leaders accountable. government schools keep students in the dark and prevent learning and getting smarter. As well, those who imagine they make a lot at say, $80,000, they don”t realize that they are not making much more than the $20,000 per year guy. The 20 guy pays a lot less taxes and the 80 guy pays huge amounts of taxes. They are nearly equal in net income, but neither one knows it. Work as hard as you like, everyone makes nearly the same thing. Oh, there is little difference, . . . maybe. the 80 guy might live in a better place, but he pays a lot more in property taxes, too. Does he account for that. Not at all. He has no idea.

    Were it possible,taxes would need to be eliminated and government kept small and local to prevent huge amounts of national capital that can be used against those who pay into all those taxes. In ancient history, Cities were the standard unit of protection. If attackers approached, everyone got inside the walled city and either mount an opposition force or wait the siege and then prepare for the next year’s battle. They did not care what was going on 2 or 3 thousand males away. The rival city was enough to be concerned with.

    Bottom line is that small is good and big is fraught with danger. And taxes are slavery!

  3. Erika says:

    BUT we already have “socialism”./..we have socialism for the corporations, FDR bailed out capitalism when the corporate criminals crashed the market through greed and mafesiance…and then in 2008 when the deliberately set up[ housing fraud came undone, and the treasury secretary THREATENED congress to bail out the gambling corporations or the market would crash./.to the tune of $700 billion(and over the course of the next several years kept pumping money into the “free maket” to save these criminals.
    THAT is socialism.
    THAT is a welfare state.

    Or how about boeing?
    In wA state Boeing got a $12 billion tax break after legislators raided the education budget which our property taxes go to pay for it.

    So what happened? the teachers went on strike, and our property taxes went up BY FIAT, I don’t benefit by having children who can barely read and write brainwashed into the glories of serfdom in a corporate owned state by said schools system…however BOEING DOES.
    Boeing like most of the weapons manufacturers is little better than a welfare queen anf benefits from people who can’t thinkl clearly enough to realize that corporate serfdom is servile, demeaning, and opposite to freedom.
    Don’t get me started on Lockheed Martin, they are very close to criminals.

    Government and the big corporations work hand in glove.
    I would dearly love to get rid of both.

    • Tom_12 says:

      “we have socialism for the corporations”
      Henry Paulson showed us how this works but the Masses don’t get it.

  4. Reblogged this on John Barleycorn and commented:
    Cronyism at its worst

  5. Reblogged this on Kensho Homestead and commented:
    They will get themselves out of the matrix or commit their progeny to it. . .

    “What will happen when enough young people, who want to tear down the structures of the monopolists, realize those same men are bankrolling them in the streets?

    What will happen when these young people realize their teachers and mentors and handlers and professors have been feeding them the precise reverse of the truth?

    As long as independent media continue to proliferate, that day is coming.”

  6. Reblogged this on AfterHollywood and commented:
    America Is A Corporatocracy so enjoy it!

  7. From Quebec says:

    Socialism: You have two cows. The government takes one and gives it to your neighbour.

    Communism: You have two cows. You give them to the government, and the government then gives you some milk.

    Fascism: You have two cows. You give them to the government, and the government then sells you some milk.

    Nazism: You have two cows. The government takes both and shoots you.

    Capitalism: You have two cows. You sell one and buy a bull.

  8. Tom_12 says:

    Here is a good example how “events” are made to happen. I’m not sure what went wrong here but they had to roll back this fake “news story”,

    Just imagine how many people swallowing this without even blinking !!!!

  9. Jon

    Another good article.

    People can criticise my opinions if they wish, but no one dare I say I am “correct” – politically or otherwise.

    Doubtless someone out there has made a similar observation, but while penning notes for my latest writing project “Inheritance, the Prodigal Son and Interest in “Interest”” (for, I added the jotting:

    “Financial optimism provides fodder for wars”

    Did not the “roaring 20’s” provide the manned fodder for the Second World War (largely the “evolution” of the Wall Street Crash of 1929 – follow the money)

    Few know that the Victorian late ’80’s and early ’90’s was a time of great [financial] optimism on the back of the Industrial Revolution. “Accidental” fodder for the First World War.

    The only real people’s revolution (FU to the Vietnam War) was the 1960’s and that’s why 1971-75 was devoted to formulating a “new plan” for Globalism, which saw the Trilateral Commission and other “spooky” “watchdog” organisations spring up as a consequence.


    • truth1 says:

      Ozzie, you gave me some good fuel for thought. Now I have to ponder it for a while. Thank you ! Indeed, prosperity is often a 2 edge sword. And for all the hate being poured out on the boomers, I remind people that the boomer were the only ones with enough balls to say, NO! to war that has no good excuse, if any of them do. That is no small gift that generation gave us. I was on the tail end of that generation, now 59. I can’t take the credit for the war resistance.But the first half of boomers can! but I can carry that spirit on and i will. Say NO! to war!

      • T1

        I have been known to be critical of David “Jesus” Icke, but I do like the way he expresses his position war…(i.e. “soldiers please don’t “defend” me. If that’s your pathetic excuse, go home…”)

        I believe that John Lennon was assassinated because of his “No war” campaign. When the mainstream “reflects” Lennon, look how rarely they bother to remember it….!


        • truth1 says:

          I believe John was done in for his antiwar campaign as well. They were pissed. In fact, they had every music star cut their hair by 1982, starting in 80, and the media and comedy began making fun of hippies and war protesters. It took them the entire 80s to try to erase the 60s. In Maine, say about 2004 or maybe 2006, no more 60s music on the radio stations. What about George. I say Bangladesh and feeding Pakistanis and Beafra or whatever it was. They made George give it all to the UN’s Unicef. So they tried to kill him and his wife and later got him with cancer. They are bastards.

          • Ah…Unicef – the first bastion of Globalism. Program the kids right, deny any and all opportunity of “discovery” and you have wilful, pliant slaves. I felt Harrison was a bit stupid. He could have cured his cancer if he had taken the right steps.

  10. JB says:

    “The US Constitution was a document that established extremely limited central government. Regardless of the motives of the authors and the state legislatures that ratified it, the ideas contained in the Constitution were, and are, extremely oppressive toward large centralized structures controlling the people.”

    Read and understand the fine print, Jon. No it didn’t. You’d have a very difficult time arguing that with those who penned the Anti-Federalist papers. You’d have a difficult time persuading historians Forrest McDonald and Merrill Jensen of such a POV.Lysander Spooner would blow you completely out of the ring. Bertrand de Jouvenel would argue with you the motives and objectives of the men who created the Constitution. The document is built on false assumptions with several trap doors allowing the mercantilists, (the predecessors of today’s corporations) to pander the Federal government. It was all done by design, unbeknownst to the common citizen until ratification was crammed down their throats.

    It doesn’t take much thoughtful reading of the document to realize it is not even a good piece of dialectic. It doesn’t empower the “People”, but facilitates the assumption of Power by a few. The behavior of the first two presidential administrations alone bear this out.

    If anyone needs to exit the Matrix Jon, it is you with regard to the history and objectives underlying the Federal government. You persist in repeating the crap we were taught in grammar school which is largely deliberate myth.

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