Transnational elite, supported by myoptic politicians, is sick with corruption using ambition as a social control mechanism while causing violence, suffering and corruption

losing my way on the yellow brick road after being distracted by opium poppies

the transnational elite
(or a simple game of connect the dots)

"The social psychology and physiognomy of the financial elite - with its wealth, special privileges and its control over the organs of public opinion - resembles nothing so much as a modern aristocracy." - Tom Eley


"America's elites are an urban and international group,
perhaps on their way to forming a distinct transnational class.

They are cosmopolite-citizens who often have more in
common with members of that same class around the world
than with other members of their own society."
- Cullen Murphy

transnational elite

"The wealthiest Americans, with few exceptions, are already joined by a multiplicity of family ties, just as they are joined by interlocking directorates and mutual participation in economic and social undertakings."
- Ferdinand Lundberg 1937

"A tiny and closed fraternity of privileged men, elected by no one,
and enjoying a monopoly sanctioned and licensed by government."
– Spiro T. Agnew
Spiro T. Agnew was forced to resign
shortly after making the speech
that included this line.

David Rokefeller compares to Hitler like Vito compares to  Alfalfa

"Perhaps the claims of ideological purity and consistency on the part of the status quo's elite are mere marketing. Perhaps the members of this elite are committed to no ideology at all. Perhaps all they care about is their own self-interest. Perhaps they are merely scoundrels." - John Kozy

"The British historian Arnold Toynbee argued that civilizations thrive when the lower classes aspire to be like the upper classes, and they decay when the upper classes try to be like the lower classes. Looked at through this prism, it's hard not to see America in a prolonged period of decay." - Jonah Goldberg, December 15, 2009

please put us out of our misery

"A political-economic oligarchy has taken over the nation. This oligarchy has institutionalized a body of law that protects businesses at the expense of not only the common people but the nation itself. Businessmen have no loyalties.The Bank of International Settlements insures it, since it is not accountable to any national government. knew it when he wrote, "Merchants have no country. The mere spot they stand on does not constitute so strong an attachment as that from which they draw their gain." ayer Amschel Rothschild knew it when he said, "Give me control of a nation's money and I care not who makes the laws." William Henry Vanderbilt knew it when he said, "The public be damned." Businesses know it when they use every possible ruse to avoid paying taxes, they know it when they offshore jobs and production, they know it when the engage in war profiteering, and they know it when they take both sides in wars, caring not an iota who emerges victorious. IBM, General Motors, Ford, Alcoa, DuPont, Standard Oil, Chase Bank, JP Morgan, National City Bank, Guaranty, Bankers Trust, and American Express all knew it when they did business as usual with Germany during World War II. Prescott Bush knew it when he aided and abetted the financial backers of Adolf Hitler." - John Kozy

crime family syndicate

Psychopaths Rule The World

Why Some Psychopaths Are in Leadership Positions

"The more power a government has the more it can act arbitrarily according to the whims and desires of the elite, and the more it will make war on others and murder its foreign and domestic subjects." – R. J. Rummel

"Like no administration before it, the Bush administration has mastered what the media critic Walter Lippmann called "the manufacture of consent" - the use of "psychological research, coupled with the modern means of communication," to muster mass support for elite agendas." - Mark Dery 6/7/08

"The main target of the transnational criminal elite is the historical, cultural, traditional and natural reality; the existing system of relations among states; the world national and state order of human civilization and national identity. Today's international terrorism is a phenomenon that combines the use of terror by state and non-state political structures as a means to attain their political objectives through people's intimidation, psychological and social destabilization, the elimination of resistance inside power organizations and the creation of appropriate conditions for the manipulation of the countries' policies and the behavior of people." - General Leonid Ivashov

New World Order policy calls upon the military of the USA to suppress 'threats' to the imperial plutocratic hegemony of the global transnational elite anywhere and everywhere on Earth.

This is a fundamental departure from American traditions first stated in the Monroe Doctrine. No longer must a 'threat' be clear cut and imminent before psychopathology goes into action. Using military force against emerging 'threats', 'threats' mainly consisting in the loss of previously contracted obligations, of other nation states to imperial plutocratic hegemony of the global transnational elite.

Shareholders of the military-industrial-entertainment complex reap substantial profits from ongoing conflicts in Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria and Yemen, just as they did in World War I, World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War and the Gulf War.

"The only way to achieve a practical, livable peace in a world of competing nations is to take the profit out of war. " - Richard Nixon

George Walker Bush and John Forbes Kerry were fallaciously presented as two men on opposite ends of the ideological spectrum, liberal and conservative, left and right. George Walker Bush and John Forbes Kerry are both Yale graduates, both belong to the secret society Skull and Crossbones and both come from privileged backgrounds - prep schools, summer homes, East Coast roots and old money ideology.

"The paths to power are different today from those of 100 year ago, but the new paths are as exclusive as the old. Leaders are chosen from a particular group because that is how it has always been done. Tradition dictates that incumbent leaders choose as their successors people who "look like them." By excluding outsiders, they are also keeping potential talent out." - Morgen Witzel

"For decades, the wealthy have been held up as people to be admired, victors in the Darwinian economic struggle by virtue of their personal ingenuity and hard work. Americans consistently supported fiscal policies that undermined middle and working-class interests partially because they saw themselves as rich-people-in-waiting: Given time, toil and the magic of compound interest, anyone could retire a millionaire. That mind-set has all but been eradicated by the damage sustained by the average worker's nest egg, combined with the spectacle of bankers and financial engineers maintaining their lifestyles with multimillion-dollar bonuses while the submerged 99% struggle for oxygen. By my count, roughly one-quarter of the names on the Forbes list of the 400 richest Americans got there by inheritance (and by no means have all of them enhanced the family fortune with their own toil or brainpower). A few years ago, it was common to think of the rich as a special breed. We may soon come around to George Orwell's view that the only difference between rich and poor is income." - Michael Hiltzik, March 19, 2009

"I sympathize with the poor, but the number of poor who are to be sympathized with is very small. To sympathize with a man whom God has punished for his sins is to do wrong. Let us remember there is not a poor person in the US who was not made poor by his own shortcomings." - Russell Conwell, minister and graduate Yale law school, "Acres of Diamonds" sermon

Long-haired preachers come out every night,
Try to tell you what's wrong and what's right;
But when asked how 'bout something to eat
They will answer in voices so sweet

You will eat, bye and bye,
In that glorious land above the sky;
Work and pray, live on hay,
You'll get pie in the sky when you die.

Joe Hill, born Joel Emmanuel Hägglund

NWO brand global governance

Among the wealthy, more cheats and liars

The Ascendence of Sociopaths in US Governance

Higher social class predicts increased unethical behavior

It's Time to Stop Letting Sociopaths in Power Tell Us What Makes Us Happy

Psychologists Find that Nice People Are More Likely to Hurt You

Are Polite People More Violent and Destructive?


Political propaganda perpetuates the idea that the corporate board members who own controlling interests in the stock of petroleum, insurance, banking, telecommunications and mass media corporations, as well as weapons manufactures, are just regular guys who shop at Walmart and eat at McDonald's. But their sons and daughters attend the private law schools , the Ivy League universities and are placed on an inside track to rise to the top of a corporate pyramid. Laws are passed to subsidize legalized fiction, corporations, on the taxpayers dime driving families from comfort into chaos. Political correctness, front and center, supports the notion that critical thinking is dangerous thus we best stick with ancient tradition. The idols lifted up to worship bear a striking resemblance to Biblical heroes like King David whose affair led to murder, Saul of Tarsus whose outspoken activism led to losing his head or Jesus of Nazareth who was nailed to a cross. Biblical role models build an understandable mythical moral vision. Transnational elite adopts and uses the same biblical language.

the joke is on you !

"Americans are well aware of the nation's worsening income inequality. The wages of ordinary working people have in recent years become detached from rising productivity and allowed to sink, in real terms, even as America's piscinarii, the small group at the very top, see their share of the nation's total wealth grow and grow, and their taxes shrink and shrink." - Cullen Murphy

FBI foils terror plot

role of government

American aristocracy and their arrogant political hacks fear nothing more than a educated, engaged and enraged population.

"Our prisons are already full. If perceived threats to public health justify legislation to curb behaviors such as smoking and overeating, then why not also legislate away unhealthy foods, alcohol, gambling, tattoos, video games, boxing, suntans and mountain climbing?" - Jim & Marlene Arden

Americans need to really examine the role of federal, state and local government in the social and economic fabric of America.

Corporations now hold the strings of the politicial puppets. And they will externalize all costs !

Americans have become disenfranshiced, disengaged and dismembered.

Americans are swamped with dubious information. Much of it false or bent to suit the corporate sponsor's position.

The call to reason first espoused by America's Founding Fathers which included George Washington and Thomas Jefferson needs to once again resonate throughout America.

"American credibility abroad used to be reinforced by the perception that our laws and government programs gave most Americans a fair chance to participate in a middle class meritocracy. But the appeal of the American model overseas is eroding as the gap between rich and poor widens, public education deteriorates, healthcare costs soar and pensions disappear. The American government's seeming indifference to its most vulnerable citizens in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina further undercut belief in the social contract. Anti-Americanism will begin to ebb if the new watchwords of American policy and conduct are generosity, modesty, discretion, cooperation, empathy, fairness, manners and lawfulness. Reducing social and economic inequalities, and decreasing American dependence on fossil fuels will help improve our moral standards and our security." - Julia E. Sweig

eminet domain

"Where government moves in, community retreats, civil society disintegrates, and our ability to control our own destiny atrophies. We get a debased, debauched culture which finds moral depravity entertaining and virtue contemptible." - California Supreme Court Justice Janice Rogers Brown

"Invoking eminent domain to raise property values and profit margins at the expense of members of the community is counter to the widely accepted American ideal of freedom. What is inherently right and patently wrong seems to have little bearing on contemporary public decision making. The character of so many of our public service leaders seems bereft of virtue. Eroded by ambivalence at best, complicit in obvious displays of avarice and apparent evidence of vice at worst, our leaders' sense of ethical behavior is rarely evident." - Michael Day

eminent domain - the new profit machine?

"Eminent domain laws benefit the rich and the powerful."
Marko Mlikotin

Lori Ann Vendetti & Property Rights

Susette Kelo Tells Her Story

The Story of Randy Bailey

"All private property is now vulnerable to being taken and transferred to a private owner. The specter of condemnation now hangs over all property. This decision effectively deletes the clause 'for public use' from the Takings Clause of the Fifth Amendment of the Constitution. The beneficiaries are likely to be those citizens with disproportionate influence and power in the political process, including large corporations and development firms." - Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, June 2005

In a five-year period, 1998-2002, the Institute for Justice documented more than 10,000 instances of eminent domain for private gain - 2000 per year average. In the year immediately after the Supreme Court decision more than 5,700 properties nationwide have been threatened by or taken with eminent domain for private development.

2005 Supreme Court ruling effectively deletes the 'for public use' from the Fifth Amendment of the Constitution of the USA. The Oligrach's desire is now fulfilled. The Oligrach's, through thier corporate proxies, may now take any American's home or business property for any reason.

The Supreme Court decided that homeowners in New London, Connecticut had no right to continue to reside in their homes if the current city council of New London felt they could garner more tax revenue from a different use of the land. The Supreme Court let stand the eminent domain action of the condemnation of ocean front property so a developer could develop the property and sell it to private buyers.

The private buyers turned out to be Pfizer.The Supreme court ruled in favor of Pfizer which announced in November 2009 that the company will be closing its research and development headquarters in New London, Connecticut. Susette Kelo and her neighbors homes were bulldozed so Pfizer could build research and development headquarters in New London, Connecticut. Empty buildings do not generate tax revenues! The land where Susette Kelo's home once stood remains barren to all but feral cats, seagulls and weeds!

In Los Angeles the city council condemned a piece of land that was used by Vaughan Benz to build furniture. Vaughan Benz fought the condemnation but finally was forced to settle. The city condemned the property to build a new animal shelter. The city of Los Angeles used money raised in a bond issue for more police officers to purchase the property.

"It was three years of torture."- Scott Vaughan

With property values up the city of Los Angeles decided that they no longer needed to build the animal shelter on the Vaughan Benz property and decided instead to build the animal shelter on property the city of Los Angeles already owned a block away. So the city of Los Angeles now is selling the condemned property to a developer.

A few failed redevelopment projects where eminent domain was used:
Sun Plaza Project in Las Vegas;
Indio Fashion Mall in Indio, California;
"Poletown" General Motors assembly plant in Detroit;
Triangle Square mall in downtown Costa Mesa, California;
Nordstrom department store in downtown Cincinnati;
Block 37 in Chicago;
Redevelopment Site 17 in Mesa, Arizona;
Oak Street Neighborhood in New Haven, Conneticut;
Prospect Avenue in North Hempstead, New York;
24th Street and Broadway in Phoenix, Arizona;
Marketplace at Fifth and Forbes in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

"Research has shown that without property rights, individuals will no longer face the incentive to make the best economic use of their property, be it a business or home, and economic growth will be limited. Potential residents and businesses may avoid communities that have a record of taking private property for economic development because of a greater uncertainty about losing their property to eminent domain. The taking of private property from one person and giving it to another for economic development is more likely to create economic inefficiencies and to reduce economic growth." - Thomas Garrett and Paul Rothstein

Surreal Photos Of America’s Abandoned Malls


2006 In California redevelopment agencies spent more than $5 billion.They consumed almost $3 billion in property taxes. They forced people from their homes and businesses. And what vital service did they provide? They built shopping centers!

The core of redevelopment is a set of state laws - part of the Health and Safety Code - that enables cities and counties to create local redevelopment agencies. These laws were passed in the early 1950s when large cities like San Francisco and Los Angeles needed some legal and financial muscle to seize, demolish and rebuild dilapidated buildings in the worst of their urban slums.

In 2006 the state of California had more than 400 redevelopment agencies - from San Diego to Eureka, some within the wealthiest suburbs. Only about one-fifth of redevelopment money now goes to build and rehabilitate housing. The bulk of the remaining money is handed out as subsidies to private developers who promise to build shopping centers, restaurants, hotels and other tax generating projects. These "redevelopment projects" are not located in urban slums but on prime commercial sites. Each agency is run by directors who are appointed by city councils and county supervisors.

These unelected government agencies have three extraordinary powers: the right to use eminent domain to seize private property for the benefit of private developers, the right to issue municipal bonds without voter approval and the right to divert property taxes from schools and other government bodies.

California redevelopment agencies have jurisdiction over more than $325 billion worth of property - about 10% of the entire assessed value of all the taxable property in the state.

"Redevelopment" has evolved into a statewide program of reverse land reform - a government policy that seizes property and consolidates it into large holdings that are later sold to developers. The prolonged misuse of this power by municipalities desperate for sales tax revenue has perverted local government priorities all over California.

While I was a school board trustee for the Pajaro Valley Unified School District, a large, overcrowded district in Northern California, I experienced this firsthand. We fought three hard campaigns before we finally won public approval to sell bonds to build four new schools. Meanwhile, our local redevelopment agency was effortlessly issuing bonds to subsidize a Gottschalks department store, a Red Roof Inn and a Burger King.

When I hear redevelopment advocates insist that developers would not build in the Golden State without such subsidies, I respond with a story from my local village of Capitola (population 10,500).

A few years ago, the Macerich Co., one of the nation's largest shopping center developers, announced that it would not bring Macy's to the town unless it received a $2.4-million subsidy from the city's redevelopment agency. After prolonged negotiations, agency directors consented to give Macerich "only" $230,000, but subsequently reneged altogether after residents objected to paying any subsidy.

Guess what? Macy's came anyway - at no cost to the taxpayers. Developers don't demand subsidies because they need them; they demand subsidies because they are there for the taking. Redevelopment is unwise, unjust and unnecessary and should be repealed before billions more dollars are wasted on public subsidies for private developers who - trust me - don't need the money." - Doug Kaplan

One of the latest example of redevelopment funds going to wealthy developers, as opposed to being spent the way the voters expected it to be spent, happened in June 2008 when multi-billioniare Philip Anschutz was able to secure a $30 million California state government giveaway to spruce up the street next to his L.A. Live - a $2.5 billion 4 million square foot entertainment complex. The money came from a $240 million bond issue that California voters passed to build affordable housing.

"Government ostensibly takes private property to further economic development. But in a 1998 study by the Public Policy Institute of California found that communities in the state that have engaged in extensive government-sponsored redevelopment have reaped no real economic benefits compared with municipalities that haven't done so. Government officials often misread the market and promote projects that fail to deliver the promised payback." - Steven Malanga

the rescue plan

subsidize the rich

econimic blackmail

"Businesses have incentives to avoid the full costs of their actions. They often favor policies that advantage themselves and impose costs on others. To avoid costs, businesses lobby legislatures to limit competition, obtain subsidies, or ignore certain costs." - John A. Baden and Tim O'Brien

"Every coercive monopoly was created by government intervention into the economy: by special privileges, such as franchises or subsidies, which closed the entry of competitors into a given field, by legislative action." – Ayn Rand

"Government subsidizes business in myriad ways, direct and indirect. These subsidies are known as "corporate welfare." Corporate welfare can be indirect. The Export-Import Bank and foreign aid provide financial help to foreign governments so they can contract with American firms for many goods and services. The common denominator in all these schemes is the forcing of taxpayers to funnel benefits - by one estimate $87 billion a year - to favored businesses. The scope for influence peddling and corruption is vast. " -

1998 International Center for Technology Assessment calculates that subsidies reduce the cost of gasoline by $9 per gallon.

2005 George Walker Bush signes a bill overhauling American energy policy. The bill includes $11.5 billion in tax breaks for the energy industry. First quarter the four largest petroleum companies report profits of $23 billion. Second quarter ExxonMobil posts a record $7.64 billion in profit. ExxonMobil makes a record $36 billion in profit ! For the year petroleum companies report record profits! 18 Senators and 46 Represenatives own stock in ExxonMobil.

2006 ExxonMobil sets a new record of $39.5 billion in profits.ExxonMobil gives retiring CEO a $398 million retirement package.

2007 ExxonMobil sets another new record with $40.6 billion in profit.

2008 ExxonMobil sets another new record with $45.2 billion in profit.

ExxonMobil funding of climate change skeptics(1998-2014 = $30,925,235)

"The five largest oil companies on Earth control nearly 50% of domestic refining capacity and almost 62% of the domestic retail market. Merger mania has spurred a consolidation in the industry that logically results in collusion and price fixing - a natural outgrowth of corporatism without regulation." - Sid Dutcher

"Today's oil companies have so much price control over their dealers, and their prices rise and fall in such cohesion, that it is difficult to see the American oil industry as anything more than a price-fixing cartel, an oligopoly that is dangerous to this nation's economy and its national security." - Howard Schlossberg

farn subsidies

The Farm Bill passed - again !

"Farm handouts? Call them what they are - legalized theft."
Walter Williams

"The idea that businessmen are strong defenders of the free enterprise system is one which is believed only by those who have never studied the history of private enterprise in the Western, industrial nations. Those individual enterprises that are expected to benefit from some new government program have every short-run financial incentive to promote the intervention." - Gary North

"Despite having the cheapest food system in the world, Americans are arguably the most unhealthy, "starving" for real, nutritious food. Farm subsidies is at the core of this phenomenon, which champions the interests of agribusiness." - Dorit Dowler-Guerrero

"Family farmers and ranchers are America's original and most quintessential entrepreneurs. The cornerstone of America's economy, the wellspring of American values and the stewards of vast stretches of rural America's most remotest and most beautiful landscapes. In 1980 there were more than 1.3 million ranches and farms with cattle nationally. Today, fewer than 950,000 are still in operation. In 1980 there were also more than 666,000 hog farms, but that number has declined to fewer than 67000. Without family farmers and ranchers acting as stewards of working lands that they own, the beauty and vitality of rural America's greatest assets will be lost forever." - John Crabtree, Director - Center for Rural Affairs

The cost of subsidies to growers of wheat, cotton, corn, soybeans and rice is $25 billion per year. All other farm products are excluded. The free market works for all other farm production, and it could work for the producers of wheat, cotton, corn, soybeans and rice.

Small family farmers are harmed as they are specifically excluded from most farm subsidies. Small family farmers must endure lower crop prices, higher farmland costs and industry consolidation that results from subsidies to corporate agribusiness.

Fortune 500 companies, celebrity "hobby farmers" and even some members of Congress collect millions of dollars under federal subsidized farm programs. The federal subsidized farm programs, a system originally designed to prevent food shortages and farmer poverty does neither and has become so corrupt that nothing less than abolition of the system is called for.

Farm subsidies have become just another narrowly targeted corporate welfare program.

Between 1995 and 2005:

Senator Jon Tester (D-Mont.) T-Bone farms in Wolf Creek, Montana, received $232,311 in subsidies for wheat, barley, oats, dry peas and disaster assistance.

Senator Blanche Lincoln (D-Ark.) and her family received $715,000 from 1995 to 2005.

Senator Charles E. Grassley (R-Iowa) and his family are corn and soybean farmers. Charles E. Grassley received a little more than $225,000. He has a farming partnership with his son, Robin, who received $685,833.

Senator Sam Brownback (R-Kan.) has received $40,043, largely for conservation. Sam Brownback's father got $319,662 and his brother John received $286,082.

Senator Richard G. Lugar (R-Ind.) and his family received $126,555 for Lugar Stock Farms.

Senator Ken Salazar (D-Colo.) says his family has farmed in Colorado for 400 years. Ken Salazar's brother, Rep. John Salazar (D-Colo.) , has received $161,084.

Senator Max Baucus (D-Mont.) has divested but his family owned Sieben Ranch Company in Wolf Creek, Montana and received $230,237 in subsidies.

just another slave for the mule

"... just another slave for the mule..."
from 'the mule', deep purple

American government has become atrophied, weighted down by its own complacent, self-indulgent elaboration, and beholden to the forces of transnational elite.

It is time for the American public to awaken from the propaganda induced hallucination and question the ethics of MICE culture.

American government should reflect the beliefs of ordinary working Americans who respect all human rights including the right to an non-biased education, the right to clean air and water, the right of equal economic opportunity, the right of access to healthy uncontaminated food, the right of disclosure and transparency in all government and publicly owned institutions and the right to a life of privacy unimpeded by the purveyors of politically and ideologically motivated encroachment upon basic human civil liberties.

The National Security Strategy of the United States of America 2002 stated that economic policy would embrace the "rule of law and intolerance of corruption so that people are confident that they will be able to enjoy the fruits of their economic endeavors."

assets of legislators chart

The #1 rule in America is:

"If it is good for the wealthy,
it is good for America!"

killing America
Transnational elite, supported by myoptic politicians, is sick with corruption using ambition as a social control mechanism while causing violence, suffering and corruption
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