21 Mar “A global neo-feudal model”
The thing is: when you look at one full-time job not being enough to sustain you, the manufactured insecurity goes beyond renting an apartment or a trailer. It starts to look more like workplace feudalism + living situation feudalism = feudalism.
–https://causeyconsultingllc.com/2022/10/26/just-getting-by-feudalism-2-0/ published on October 26, 2022
“While macroeconomic stability used to mean ‘full employment and stable economic growth, accompanied by low inflation,’ the UN have announced that isn’t what it means today. Economic growth now has to be ‘smart’ in order to meet SDG requirements.
Crucially, fiscal balance—the difference between a government’s revenue and expenditure—must accommodate ‘sustainable development’ by creating ‘fiscal space.’ This effectively disassociates the term ‘macroeconomic stability’ from ‘real economic activity.'” –https://unlimitedhangout.com/2022/09/investigative-reports/sustainable-debt-slavery/#
On a microeconomic level, you could consider a sense of personal stability to mean a full-time job that paid the bills and offered you some chance of improvement. Nowadays you hear the term “side hustle” parroted constantly. You also see people opting for overemployment to cope with inflation and the cost of living.
“Regardless of the impact this has on real economic activity, it’s all fine because, according to the World Bank:
Debt is a critical form of financing for the sustainable development goals.
Spending deficits and increasing debt are not a problem because ‘failure to achieve sustainable development goals’ would be far more unacceptable and would increase debt even further. Any amount of sovereign debt can be heaped upon the taxpayer in order to protect us from the much more dangerous economic disaster that would allegedly befall us if the SDGs aren’t quickly implemented.” -UnlimitedHangout, Ibid.
Ahh. The D word. Debt. Not unrelated to its cousin, Depression.
“Armed with this knowledge, it becomes much easier to translate the convoluted UN-G3P word-salad and figure out what the UN actually means by the term ‘Sustainable Development’:
Governments will tax their populations, increasing deficits and national debt where necessary, to create financial slush funds that private multinational corporations, philanthropic foundations and NGOs can access in order to distribute their SDG compliance-based products, services and policy agendas. The new SDG markets will be protected by government sustainability legislation, which is designed by the same ‘partners’ who profit from and control the new global SDG-based economy.” -UnlimitedHangout, Ibid. emphasis mine
I see. So you can look forward to increased taxes AND a growing national debt. Yippee! And then, multinational corporations, so-called philanthropic foundations, and NGOs can access that money. What could possibly go wrong there?
“Since their creation in the aftermath of World War II, both the World Bank and IMF have historically used debt to force countries, mostly in the developing world, to adopt policies that favour the global power structure. This was made explicit in a leaked US Army document written in 2008, which states that these institutions are used as unconventional, financial ‘weapons in times of conflict up to and including large-scale general war’ and as ‘weapons’ in terms of influencing ‘the policies and cooperation of state governments.’ The document notes that these institutions in particular have a ‘long history of conducting economic warfare valuable to any ARSOF [Army Special Operations Forces] UW [Unconventional Warfare] campaign.'” -UnlimitedHangout, Ibid.
Financial weapons. Debt most certainly qualifies as such, n’est-ce pas?
Warfare is not merely bodies on a battlefield.
“For millennia violent warfare has been the scourge of humanity, and all attempts to end it through negotiated or imposed peace have brought only temporary respite. On the premise that war is endemic to the human disposition, MindWar proposes to eliminate its killing and destruction by replacing it with a far more powerful kind of war – one which focuses on the human mind both individually and collectively. The persons and property of people are removed as targets, replaced by the divisive situations and problems originating in their consciousness. These are then controlled, adjusted, and reformed to produce a harmonious and cooperative total environment.” –https://www.amazon.com/MindWar-Michael-Aquino-Ph-D/dp/1535199563 emphasis mine
Debt hanging over your head like the sword of Damocles most certainly can keep you compliant, too.
“The UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is pitched as a ‘shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future.’ At the heart of this agenda are the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, or SDGs.
Many of these goals sound nice in theory and paint a picture of an emergent global utopia – such as no poverty, no world hunger and reduced inequality. Yet, as is true with so much, the reality behind most – if not all – of the SDGs are policies cloaked in the language of utopia that – in practice – will only benefit the economic elite and entrench their power.” -UnlimitedHangout, Ibid.
This seems to be the way of it. Cloak the true agenda in flowery language and conjure images of utopia when, in reality, the fat cats are the ones who prosper. The information is not even hidden!
“Richest 1% bag nearly twice as much wealth as the rest of the world put together over the past two years. Published: 16th January 2023” –https://www.oxfam.org/en/press-releases/richest-1-bag-nearly-twice-much-wealth-rest-world-put-together-over-past-two-years
“Ten richest men double their fortunes in pandemic while incomes of 99 percent of humanity fall.
Published: 17th January 2022” –https://www.oxfam.org/en/press-releases/ten-richest-men-double-their-fortunes-pandemic-while-incomes-99-percent-humanity
“The richest 1 percent of people on Earth made almost two-thirds of the new wealth created since the pandemic began, Oxfam said in a report released Monday, the opening day of the World Economic Forum in Davos, a ski resort in the Swiss Alps. The group proposed to increase tax on billionaires’ income.
The world’s richest have absorbed a greater proportion of global wealth during the pandemic and over the past decade, while global poverty has increased for the first time in 25 years, according to the report, titled ‘Survival of the Richest.’ It added that the planet is facing a ‘polycrisis’ of climate change, cost-of-living burdens, widespread hunger and an unprecedented decline in human development.” –https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2023/01/16/oxfam-report-survival-of-richest-wef-2023/
🤣 Meanwhile, who do you think was at Davos? John & Jane Q. Public? Gimme a break.
“We want them to have full faith and confidence in the banking system… there’s a select crowd of people that are on the institutional side and if they wanna understand this, they’re gonna find a way to understand it.” -Gary Cohn at the FDIC SRAC meeting, November 2022.
The world’s richest people have high-dollar attorneys and accountants who make damn sure they avoid paying taxes. So all of this finger-wagging about raising taxes on billionaires is hot air. Looks good for optics, but accomplishes NOTHING.
“…the motivation behind the SDGs and Agenda 2030 is about retooling the same economic imperialism used by the Anglo-American Empire in the post-World War II era for the purposes of the coming ‘multipolar world order’ and efforts to enact a global neo-feudal model, perhaps best summarized as a model for ‘sustainable slavery.'” -UnlimitedHangout, Ibid.
You vill own nozing und you vill be happy. Eat your cricket burger. Rent everything, including books. Sit in the cubicle and ve vill monitor your thoughts for anything naughty.
Какой кошмар. What a nightmare.