President Trump was mocked and scorned at his recent address to the worthless United Nations, an international body so subservient to the U.S. that only small nations are punished for international infractions.1 Who are the mockers and scorners? I will tell you who they are. They are the benefactors of US foreign and military aid over the years to the tune of trillions of dollars. They along with the power elite of America's corpocracy are the benefactors when America's Deep State arranges for the ouster of a democratically elected leader who has threatened to nationalize, let's say, the nation's oil fields or the nation's fruit production. They are, in sum, a bunch of selfish, and evil doing parasites. President Trump would have been justified in speaking to and beyond the worst gathering of the globe's representatives to tell the rest of the world for one thing that his record of surrogate murders is miniscule so far compared to that of his predecessors. Had he done so, would the audience have mocked him? Who knows?
Globalization is the contemporary euphemism for imperialism or "global gobbling." The globe is one giant opportunity for currency speculation, market expansion, resource exploitation and political manipulation by the power elite of America's corpocracy. For example, the prospect of installing or protecting dictatorships to protect U.S. corporate investments on foreign soil in the pretext of spreading and defending freedom is just too much of a temptation for the power elite to resist.
America's corpocracy respects no borders and never has, starting with its Banana Wars. Since then the globe has become an oversized opportunity for commercial exploitation.
America's power elite usually do not plunder alone. They gang up with lesser power elites of the world in global organizations such as the Trilateral Commission and "the unholy trinity" to plunder the globe's resources even more.
1. The Trilateral Commission. A quote by its founder, the late David Rockefeller, an American "bankster," says it all unabashedly in his memoirs:
Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal
working against the best interests of the United
States characterizing my family and me as
'internationalists' and conspiring with others
around the world to build a more integrated
global political and economic structure -- one
world, if you will. If that's the charge,
I stand guilty, and I am proud of it.
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