Thursday, July 1, 2010

The truth goes mainstream

Middle class families face a triple whammy

You don't usually expect radical neo-Marxism from the International Monetary Fund – the last great bastion of capitalism, spreading the gospel about the free market to the furthest reaches of the world. And yet, hidden away in an obscure IMF report a few years back is a short sentence that explains precisely the problems that Britain, and the rest of the Western world, have been sleepwalking towards for years.

Posted by dill @ 04:36 PM (1693 views)
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7 thoughts on “The truth goes mainstream

  • gone-to-colombia says:

    Welcome to the third world

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  • “the International Monetary Fund – the last great bastion of capitalism”

    If you’ll forgive me for saying, the head of the IMF is a former Communist – check through Google.
    Read up on Vladimir Bukovsky, especially his eye-opening pamphlet EUSSR.
    The Menshevik tendency lives on. After the failure of Bolshevism, the Mensheviks were ascendant and decided to appropriate the free market mechanism specifically to create their much-lusted-after worldwide Communist state.

    The technique is to use the corporations as a substitute for state power, and to continue to grow them until they all merge into (effectively) one. Each crisis allows the surviving corporates to grow bigger and bigger. As we have seem precisely over the last few years.

    So the idea is to push free markets as ultimately free markets result in oligarchy, which can be easily transmuted into a single world government.

    That is why you find former Communists working in these ground-sounding institutions like the IMF, unselected by plebiscite.

    This is why New Labour adopted free markets – to appease the capitalists at home, while they quietly practiced international socialism on the world stage. Most people don’t care about international relations, which is why such leaders can get away with saying one thing at home and quite another abroad.

    I am not joking. Go and look it up. Don’t just take my word for it.

    And just watch G Brown end up with a peachy, unelected role at the G20 or similar.

    (For the record, I am dead centre in my political beliefs.)

    Captcha: Police cogency
    (these are just amazing)

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  • “surviving corporates to grow bigger and bigger… So the idea is to push free markets as ultimately free markets result in oligarchy”
    — We the little people fuel the corporates, our behaviour decides who lives and who dies, as long as we can communicate to coordinate, and have the backbone to exercise that power. Like the banks runs; not so much.

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  • dill, some knew a long time ago comrade. The nutty ones.

    RECAPTCHA ~ middle wreck.

    BTW did I call a euro/usd buy some time back? Money talks,………………

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  • 3. rumble

    May I suggest you watch ‘Fall of the Republic’ (utube) again or for the first time. It will make more sense now and indeed if you watch it again three months from now.

    Pride can be a high hurdle and thus a hard fall.

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  • “Falling pensions, cuts and the banking crisis will impoverish many families,”

    It will be those that have financed there life style by borrowing to the hilt who are hardest hit. The prudent will still have (diminishing it has to be said) savings to fall back on.

    Oh dear, that unintentionally sounds like some biblical prophesy!

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