"Instructions came from London to put Trotsky back on the boat with his party and allow them to go forward."
My child was jab injured some 18 years ago. We were gaslit and offered more harming drugs and tests. Upon entering government schooling, she was (as a child with special needs) quite abused by the 'education system'. I also discovered around the same time that the food was making us sicker instead of providing us with nutrition. Once I understood this was no accident, but that government and all it's systems are manipulated against us, we started homeschooling, homesteading and said farewell to the sick care system. I wonder how many people will come to the same conclusions after the covid scam. Government has NOTHING to offer to the people but organized abuse, misery, death and destruction while lining their own pockets.
What's both refreshing and true sounding is that Antony Sutton and his work is implying to me: treat great events in history as if they're crime scenes -- and work largely from that angle. In that way, a truer picture of what happened gets put together
Thank you. All true, and yes, Sutton was brilliant. Dr. Mercola recently published a piece on Mike Rivero's excellent 'All Wars Are Bankers Wars' documentary from 2010. Meanwhile, a former hedge fund manager named David Web has just written an explosive book called the Great Taking, which essentially picks up where G. Edward Griffin's masterpiece 'The Creature of Jekyll Island' ends. It shows in exquisite detail how the legislative framework has been gradually put in place in stealth over the past 60 years to make the so-called Great Reset a reality. I wrote about both of these things in more detail here:
At this point, does it continue to make any sense at all to believe a single "official" bit of what we got fed to us re the Third Reich -- as but one relatively recent example? As with most things, I'll bet there's just enough truth mixed into what could be complete fabrication to make it sound legit while providing the basis to remake the world into the horror show that it is today. At least, that's what I've begun suspecting...
The theme of constant wars to feed the military industrial complex has a ring of truth. This practice has to be explored, probed and shared until it is well understood by all. Let the evidence guide us to the truth.
When I was young I thought that communism meant having an egalitarian, classless society, where everyone had what they truly needed and could truly be themselves --- the last paragraph of the post actually aligns with the idea I had of "communism".
Some people still have ideas like this, and call it communism. In some ways, language really limits us here, because someone may sincerely have this idea when they use of the word "communism", but of course, all of the actual movements and governments that have called themselves "communist" in no way even approached this, just the opposite. I personally would never use the word "communism" for this reason, because the associations are just too negative with that word.
The thing for me is to try to understand what the person in question really means and wants, and there are so many ways we can all get confused, especially when we use broad terms like "communism" that historically have been used in so many ways and applied to so many things. I imagine that some normal people supported Lenin/Bolsheviks because they believed his ideas would make a good outcome, but obviously didn't know that Lenin was the puppet of international finance, so he probably couldn't have done those things, even if he had really wanted to (...I think he actually just wanted all the power for himself.)
For example, one of my favorite writers on Substack is Rhyd Wildermuth (rhyd.substack.com). He calls himself an "autonomous Marxist"...I'm not exactly sure what that means. He is very into "theory", which I am not, and he means something very specific by this. I know some people may just not even try because he calls himself a "Marxist", but when I read his work and try to feel into him as a human being, I think that he is a sincere human being, honestly trying to make the world a better place, which is my main concern.
One of my favorite quotes:
"Under capitalism, man exploits man.
Under communism, it's just the opposite."
- John Kenneth Galbraith,
epigraph to Chapter 16, "Transition to Gift Economy", in the book "Sacred Economics", by Charles Eisenstein.
Dr. Sutton's work got him shut down at the Hoover Institute which simply shows he was over the target! Have you read Israelis' Five Trillion Dollar Secret by Col. Curtis B. Dall, FDR's Son-in-law?
William Engdahl is a great resource too. http://www.williamengdahl.com/
It all starts with the creation of tax exempt "foundations"
All wars are bankers' wars.
Non profits have replaced "voluntary associations" in our culture. Notice how that worked in Lahuina. Friends, neighbors are not allowed to help.
The Bolsheviks murdered millions in the Soviet Union to usher in Communism. See The Holodomor.
The current slate of Communism/Globalism proponents use Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars as revealed by William Milton Cooper in Behold A Pale Horse.
Have you had your vaccine/booster today?
I love this quote because, at least in America , it gets it so wrong: "corporate socialism,” planned by the big corporations.Sutton concluded that it was all part of the economic power elites' “long-range program of nurturing collectivism” and fostering “corporate socialism” in order to ensure “monopoly acquisition of wealth” because it “would fade away if it were exposed to the activity of a free market.”[third-party source needed]." In fact this is an inversion of reality. The American working class had the highest standards of living in the post-war Great Prosperity years from the 1950s into the 1970s. Upward mobility was unprecedented. A blue collar worker with a high school education could support a wife and family and own a home on one income (in most cities today it takes two average incomes to rent an apartment). The post-war economic environment, an extension of the highly interventionist New Deal order, saw extremely high top-end tax rates, capital gains tax rates, corporate tax rates, and government regulation, all of which effectively checked the inevitable tendency of unchecked capitalism to consolidate wealth into fewer and fewer hands over time. By 1971 (which you can see from all of the handy economic indicators if you google the web site WTF Happened in 1971) average working Americans had the highest standards of living in known history and the first thriving middle class. 1971 was the apex of these economic trends and the nadir of corporate, elite power. The infamous Powell Memo, by Chief SCOTUS Lewis Powell, departing from Bretton-Wiods, and the election of Ronald Reagan, which gave rise of economic neoliberalism - his so-called "trickle down," free-market economics -!changed all of that. Free market neoliberalism reversed the New Deal order by dramatically gutting top-end tax rates, capital gains tax rates, and the ensuing spree of deregulation saw a boom time for corporate earnings and elite financial gain. Free markets led to globalisation because that is the ultimate in free markets. No barriers to trade. Workers in America, now unprotected by NAFTA, has to compete with cheaper labor in Mexico or eventually overseas. Corporations, to increase their profit and lower their costs and be more competitive, moved production overseas. This, folks, is what happens with unrestrained capitalism, ironically just as the much maligned Karl Marx predicted when he said that over time capital (and power) get consolidated into fewer and fewer hands. This is the story of what's happened since the Reagan years, and since our government has been captured by economic elites - that's what happens when you deregulate everything - you get corporate capture - you end up with the neo-feudal global plutocracy that we have today. Free market capitalism works just like Darwinism: over time bigger and bigger fish eat all the little fish. The independent bookstores get reamed by Borders and Barnes & Noble; they get put out of business by Amazon. Wealth and power become consolidated in every arena. The irony is that unrestrained capitalism inevitably becomes monopolistic and literally fascist, if we use the definition of corporate capture of the state. When so-called conservatives blame everything on "communism" today they are doing it out of ignorance or disingenuousness. There is not anything "communist" about it. We are at the apex of 4 decades of neoliberal economics and this is what we got. When we had intense government regulation and intervention and appropriate taxation in the Great Prosperity years we had the highest standards of living in history and little wealth disparity, which included a two-tern Republican Eisenhower administration where the top end tax rate was 90%. People today are spectacularly ignorant of our economic, social and political history. It was the political left in the 1930s to 1970s through the labor movement and various left economic populist movements that gave us the middle class. Did you think that came from the right, which at the time was the political orientation of CEOs, bankers and the financial elite? You probably also don't grasp that the so-called "communism" of today's left, seen in so-called woke identity politics, was also the result of financial elites intentional disrupting and diverting the left's economic justice-based activism into postmodernism and "social justice" which came at the same time that the New Deal economic order was being dismantled through neoliberalism. The twin hydras of economic neoliberalism and postmodern "social justice" - initiated by the CIA as a way to disrupt the economic justice of the 60s left - were the two wrecking balls that the elites unleashed to get us to where we are at today. So let's stop with the "communism" nonsense. You end up with BlackRock, Vanguard, "CNN brought to you by Pfizer," and government and media capture by unrestrained capitalism. That's the difference between 1963 and 2023.
Trotsky's name was Bronstein.
Lenin was Ulianov.
Stalin was Dsugashvili.
From "The Iron Curtain Over America"
Really useful information that we MUST all educate ourselves on and if you are pretty educated already, then educate more! Thanks for the resources Celia.
Hmmm.... the voluntary, local rule, decentralized idea sounds like something without humans present. :) Anyone know of a current city where this is working?
Thank You Celia. The foundational types of elite-manipulation of human societies seem obvious once they are seen, but shocking and impossible to see for most people.