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Posted 28 June 2015 - 10:43 AM

Globalism the stage of historical development when the elites no longer feel restrained by national identity and are free to enrich themselves at their host society’s expense, -

mainly by outsourcing jobs to low-wage countries and by insourcing low-wage labor for jobs that cannot be relocated, such as those in construction and services.

This two-way movement redistributes wealth from owners of labor to owners of capital. Businesses get not only a cheaper workforce but also weaker labor and environmental standards. To stay competitive, workers in high-wage countries have to accept lower pay and a return to working conditions of another age.

The top 10% are thus pulling farther and farther ahead of everyone else throughout the developed world. They’re getting richer … not by making a better product but by making the same product with cheaper and less troublesome inputs of labor. This is not a win-win situation, and the potential for revolutionary unrest is high.



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Posted 30 June 2015 - 04:49 AM

Alexis Tsipras 1, Global Elites 0

Tsipras restored democracy with his decision to leave such a crucial decision to his people by referendum, showing everybody that, in democracy, people must decide their own fate.

Late Friday night a solid blow was struck for sound money, free markets and limited government by a most unlikely force. Namely, the hard core statist and crypto-Marxist prime minister of Greece, Alexis Tsipras. He has now set in motion a cascade of disruption that will shake the corrupt status quo to its very foundations.

And just in the nick of time, too. After 15 years of rampant money printing, falsification of financial market prices and usurpation of democratic rule, his antagonists—–the ECB, the EU superstate and the IMF—-have become a terminal threat to the very survival of the kind of liberal society of which these values are part and parcel.

In fact, the Keynesian central banking and the Brussels and IMF style bailout regime—which has become nearly universal—-eventually fosters a form of soft-core economic totalitarianism.


http://davidstockman...tsipras-part-1/

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Posted 30 June 2015 - 05:12 AM

Catalina Marketing will be replacing about 50 of its IT employees with workers from the outsourcing firm Mindtree. Adding insult to injury, those laid off workers are being made to train their foreign replacements, according to a report from Tampa Bay’s Fox 13.

Catalina’s replacement effort comes following a long line of tech companies who have taken to replacing American employees with cheaper foreign workers on H-1B visas —most notably Disney and Southern California Edison.


http://www.breitbart...n-replacements/

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Posted 30 July 2015 - 09:27 AM

Wikileaks and the trade service agreement

The Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) would bind the two biggest economies in the world, the United States and the European Union. And the largest agreement is also the least heralded: the 51-nation Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA).

TiSA would restrict how governments can manage their public laws through an effective regulatory cap. It could also dismantle and privatize state-owned enterprises, and turn those services over to the private sector. You begin to sound like the guy hanging out in front of the local food co-op passing around leaflets about One World Government when you talk about TiSA, but it really would clear the way for further corporate domination over sovereign countries and their citizens.

TiSA’s real goal—to pry open markets, deregulate and privatize services worldwide, even among emerging nations with no input into the agreement. U.S. corporations may benefit from such a structure, as the Chamber of Commerce suggests, but the impact on workers and citizens in America and across the globe is far less clear. Social, cultural, and even public health goals would be sidelined in favor of a regime that puts corporate profits first. It effectively nullifies the role of democratic governments to operate in the best interest of their constituents.


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Posted 30 July 2015 - 02:48 PM

the impact on workers and citizens in America and across the globe is far less clear.


Unless we use history as a guide. :o

These people work for less pay from the corporations yet demand more benefits from the government (taxpayers).
Meanwhile our kids are sold into economic slavery and grandma gets her check cut.

Feds give amnesty papers to 664,607 illegals...

Less than 1% of applicants interviewed in person...

SOCIAL SECURITY ADMIN: Cuts coming...

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Posted 20 August 2015 - 05:00 AM

Globalism the stage of historical development when the elites no longer feel restrained by national identity and are free to enrich themselves at their host society’s expense, -

mainly by outsourcing jobs to low-wage countries and by insourcing low-wage labor for jobs that cannot be relocated, such as those in construction and services.


Julian Assange’s Wikileaks organisation has issued a whopping €100,000 bounty for the release of the secretive Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) documents, with a further €100,000 aimed at securing the release of the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal.


http://www.breitbart...-tpp-documents/

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Posted 27 August 2015 - 05:20 AM

Globalism the stage of historical development when the elites no longer feel restrained by national identity and are free to enrich themselves at their host society’s expense, -

mainly by outsourcing jobs to low-wage countries and by insourcing low-wage labor for jobs that cannot be relocated, such as those in construction and services.


About every 80 years the existing ruling class is overthrown.

Today's ruling class elites will be on the run by year 2020.

1780 British - Revolutionary War

1865 Southern Plantation - Civil War

1935 WASP Business Class - Depression

2015 The new ruling class is just now emerging.

Many years of upheaval are coming.

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Posted 25 September 2015 - 09:34 AM

About every 80 years the existing ruling class is overthrown.

Today's ruling class elites will be on the run by year 2020.

1780 British - Revolutionary War

1865 Southern Plantation - Civil War

1935 WASP Business Class - Depression

2015 The new ruling class is just now emerging.

Many years of upheaval are coming.

House speaker John Boehner to resign from Congress in October

At the Values Voters Summit, an annual conclave of social conservatives in Washington DC, the room erupted in a standing ovation when the news was announced.


http://www.theguardi...ehner-to-resign

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#9 AChartist

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Posted 25 September 2015 - 08:44 PM

Its been running a long time, invented by progressive overlords, Rockefeller and Barr, japan was probably their first experiment. Notice VW attacked now, just when 70 year unconditional surrender is expiring. Penalty is 20 times Gm's ignition penalty for killing 170 people.

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some of them, and they don't work"  M.Jordan


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Posted 26 September 2015 - 10:14 AM

Globalism the stage of historical development when the elites no longer feel restrained by national identity and are free to enrich themselves at their host society’s expense, -

mainly by outsourcing jobs to low-wage countries and by insourcing low-wage labor for jobs that cannot be relocated, such as those in construction and services.


About every 80 years the existing ruling class is overthrown.

Today's ruling class elites will be on the run by year 2020.

1780 British - Revolutionary War

1865 Southern Plantation - Civil War

1935 WASP Business Class - Depression

2015 The new ruling class is just now emerging.

Many years of upheaval are coming.


Yup, the Reagan ripoff era is coming to an end - witness an avowed socialist running for President and drawing the biggest crowds of any candidate everywhere.

THE FOURTH TURNING

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