Gilbert Mercier writes, “The ruling transnational elites, either in the corporate, financial or political sectors, are now operating outside national boundaries with complete disregard for local populations. To an American businessman, it doesn’t matter if his home town is experiencing double digit unemployment if he can find a cheaper way to fabricate a product in China or India. Workers in both China and India are paid meager wages, which barely allow them to survive but allow the Chinese or Indian counterpart of the US businessman to become wealthy in the process. Globalization has made capitalism into a destructive machine of wealth concentration without any concerns for the “worker bees” producing the wealth, and for the damage it creates to our environment by draining our resources.”
He goes on to make a few more points:
- “The global food crisis is expected to get worse in 2011.”
- “There is no more doubt that Tunisia’s Jasmine Revolution is not only likely to succeed, but is also spreading quickly through the region like wildfire.”
- “What WikiLeaks did, and will keep doing regardless of Julian Assange’s fate, was to make an astronomical amount of information, kept secret by governments, widely available to the public worldwide.”
There is little doubt that the New World Order is unfolding before our eyes. The world is in turmoil, mostly created and fanned by the same international bankers who will step in to provide the New World Order solution.
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