Tale zapis desničarskega The New American o mednarodni konferenci o Inclusive Capitalism v Londonu prejšnji mesec mi je zelo všeč. Všeč mi je ton in iskrena zgroženost nad tem, kaj so povedali in predlagali govorci. Na konferenci je denimo direktorica IMF Christine Lagarde poudarila, da bi nas morala skrbeti enakost možnosti in ne enakost dohodkov, saj v razmerah neenakosti nimajo vsi enakih možnosti. Ostali govorci, od Billa Clintona do predsednikov uprav velikih podjetij, pa so govorili o disfunkcionalnosti prostih trgov tako iz vidika neenakosti kot okolja in se zavzeli za višje davke na dohodke in premoženje in bolj družbeno odgovorno obnašanje podjetij. Brrr!, katastrofa, ane?
Konzervativci na to seveda gledajo kot na globalno tiranijo oziroma kot fundamentalni napad na “proste trge”, ki so po njihovem že zdaj premalo prosti in da za sedanjo krizo niso krivi prosti trgi, pač pa centralne banke in “velike vlade”. Mhm, presodite sami, kdo je tukaj nor.
Jasno, konzervativce je treba razumeti: višji davki na dohodke in premoženje ter zahtevano družbeno odgovorno ravnanje podjetij pomenijo višji davek na kapital in zato, v govorici konzervativcev, “manj ekonomske svobode”.
Under the guise of re-defining and improving what they inaccurately called “capitalism,” top insiders representing institutions that control some $30 trillion in assets met at a Rothschild-sponsored “Inclusive Capitalism” summit in London to push what sounded suspiciously like global tyranny. From the IMF boss quoting Karl Marx to crony capitalist CEOs and central bankers pushing radical notions of “sustainability,” the globalist bigwigs consistently blamed what little remains of the free market for the horrific failures of socialism, central banking, and Big Government. Ironically, many of the attendees enriched by fleecing taxpayers via government were tripping over themselves to advocate more wealth redistribution and taxes.
The conference, held in late May, was convened by Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild, who married into the infamous, unimaginably wealthy Rothschild banking dynasty that extracted much of its obscene fortune from humanity using the coercive power of government. Attendees and speakers included Prince Charles, International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief Christine Lagarde (shown), former U.S. President Bill Clinton, Bank of England boss Mark Carney, former U.S. Treasury Secretary Larry Summers, and more. Also in attendance: pension-fund bosses, Big Business CEOs, and other top figures representing an estimated one third of the world’s investable wealth. Among the “supporting organizations” for the summit were the CIA-linked Ford Foundation and the globalist Rockefeller Foundation.
While pretending to defend what they call “capitalism,” the crony capitalists behind the summit and in attendance were hardly speaking of genuine free markets in the traditionally understood sense of the term. In fact, the powerful attendees were referring to the Big Government system that has existed in recent decades — a plutocratic economic regime in which currencies and interest rates are controlled by privately owned central banks; where the fastest way to get rich is to buy politicians; and where governments squander around half of the people’s wealth on their scheming even in supposedly “capitalist” countries.
One of the speakers at the invitation-only summit was Lagarde, the managing director of the IMF, an organization which for decades has worked to extract wealth from the Third World to enrich the establishment while imposing failed crony-capitalist regimes on its victim nations. Throughout her speech, the IMF chief’s disdain for free markets and human liberty came through loud and clear. Incredibly, she even quoted Karl Marx, claiming that capitalism “carried the seeds of its own destruction.” She then quoted Pope Francis as saying that “inequality” is “the root of social evil.” The Bible, by contrast, says the love of money is the root of all evil. (1 Timothy 6:10)
The IMF boss also blasted the notion that “ultimately we should care about equality of opportunity, not equality of outcome.” According to Lagarde, opportunity can never be equal in an unequal society. To deal with what she claims to view as a problem, the increasingly radical figure prescribed classic Marxist “solutions”: more “progressive” income-tax regimes for wealth redistribution, a heavier tax burden on property owners, and more. “Transfers and income taxes have been able to reduce inequality by about a third, on average, among the advanced economies,” she claimed. As The New American has reported, the IMF Lagarde runs is currently plotting to transform itself into a sort of global central bank in charge of a world currency. It also called last year for fleecing humanity to prop up debt-laden governments and mega-banks.
Other speakers outlined similar plots under various guises. Population-control zealot Prince Charles, for example, cited discredited theories about humanity’s alleged role in “global warming” — temperature increases have been missing in action for 18 years and counting despite the hysteria and predictions — to demand a radical redesign of society and business. Going even further into the realm of the absurd, British central bank boss Carney lambasted alleged free-market “radicalism” while calling for a truly radical vision of even more powerful, centralized, and oppressive government. “Just as any revolution eats its children, unchecked market fundamentalism can devour the social capital essential for the long-term dynamism of capitalism itself,” he claimed, outlandishly blaming non-existent free markets for the latest economic crisis rather than the central-banking gimmicks and Big Government plots that largely caused it.
At the top of the “Inclusive Capitalism” summit agenda, meanwhile, were several radical notions long pushed by the upper echelons of the globalist establishment. One, for example, involves prodding companies to put shareholder interests aside in favor of nebulous “environmental” and “social” responsibilities aligned with draconian United Nations visions of “sustainable development” and Agenda 21. The Rockefeller Foundation has been a key player in the ongoing effort, partly funded by U.S. taxpayers, to create alleged “socially responsible” companies and undermine what little remains of the free market. Another key element of the “Inclusive” plot involves a further blurring of the lines between government and the private sector.
In a column about the conference written by Unilever CEO Paul Polman and Lynn Forester de Rothschild, the CEO of E.L. Rothschild and co-chair of the neocon “Henry Jackson Initiative for Inclusive Capitalism,” the two offer a wide range of attacks on free markets. According to the piece, free markets have “proved dysfunctional in important ways.” Among those alleged “capitalism” dysfunctions: “It often encourages shortsightedness, contributes to wide disparities between the rich and the poor, and tolerates the reckless treatment of environmental capital.”
Vir: Alex Newmann, The New American
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