Interview 942 - Financial Survival: Groundwork for Global Government

09/12/20142 Comments

Every Thursday James joins Alfred Adask on Financial Survival to discuss economics, geopolitics, society and finance. This week they talk global government. Is the UN the false front for a global governmental system? If the UN is a "failure" then what's the "solution"? Is there a framework for global taxation? Global currency? Find out more in this edition of Financial Survival.

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  1. mauricebourke88 says:

    I’m very interested in the last question that was asked, the future and the ‘robotisation of the workforce’ I guess there is an idea that it depends which side comes out on top. “The powers that shouldn’t be” or the “tinfoil-hat conspiracy gang”, who say stuff that is different from the government.

    The average person sees the world as a complete mess, listening to the news, wars going on in different lands overseas, danger, paranoia and terror about everything and everyone. I guess the waking up is seeing the connections. Seeing that wars don’t break out randomly. Seeing that terror groups must get their funding from somewhere. Blame rarely, if ever, is only one sided. The majority of people aren’t psychopaths and want to live by each others’ happiness.

    I think we don’t have to fear the future if we keep trying to get others to wake up – or go back into Plato’s cave and release others so they can see the world outside (and try to stop them killing us when we do).

    • Corbett says:

      Thanks for the comment. I agree that the technologies at our disposal could be used for incredible advances of human civilization if they were at the disposal of the people. Instead, they are dished out from on high by the crony corporations of the globalist cabal (think Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, IBM, etc.). Look at this transparent propaganda for the transhumanist future from The Daily Fail:

      What they are describing is not the future for the vast majority of us, only those who are lucky enough (i.e. rich and connected enough) to receive the benefits of these technologies going forward. It presents a difficult conundrum for those of on the side of free humanity: how to get the public to understand that these technologies are not being used in our best interest, and our collective slobbering over the latest iThing is part of our growing enslavement to a technocratic elite?

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