Nancy Levant
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Understanding the Global Collective

Understanding the Global Collective

Globalism is the product of the financial power of billionaires, their banking systems and corporations, and their control over national leaders.  Globalism is not the brainchild of Marx and Engels though they are misused as its source of crises.  The authors of the Communist Manifesto identified what they believed to be a better political system.  Their intention was not to become evil men, but rather to speak to social inequality caused by the inordinate power of the rich over the masses.  Some of their points remain well taken, and some of their opinions, particularly regarding women, remain flawed and based in ongoing gender biases, but Marx and Engels are not responsible for global economics. 

Billionaire bankers, corporations, hired think tanks and purchased politicians, coupled with their intra-governmental grant-funded world wide web of stakeholder partnerships, are the responsible parties.  This new system of corporation-driven economics, coupled with organized and well-planned international wars including well-funded inter-national conflicts, are the founders and framers of globalism as we know it.  As Marx and Engels well knew, those with the most money control anything they want to control, including people, which is why their opinions have continued to inspire many others. They were not evil men.  They were, in fact, scholars who were trying to come up with a system to break the back of centralized theft of the wealth of people’s labor.  Their plan failed as is demonstrated by the communist experiments of the 20th century, which left some 200,000,000 people murdered by communist regimes because, again, those in power stole the wealth of the people, who then turned on the people. 

The flaw and ultimate problem with Marxism is that men/political leaders who attain power through theft and taxation are afraid of those whose wealth they steal.  Communism has historically stolen the people’s money, properties, and products of their labors and then mass-murdered enormous segments of populations to instigate enough fear to stave off uprisings.  Communism always plays into the hands of pathological greed and breeds pathological leadership.  It actually creates what Marx and Engels had hoped it would eliminate - centralized power and wealth over the masses by the enriched.  Communism has a bad and dangerous history because men cannot handle all-encompassing wealth and power.  It makes them crazy.

Bureaucratic collectivism was used under Joseph Stalin, one of history’s most insane and vicious leaders.  His centralized powers and theft of the Russian people’s property and labors resulted in the death of approximately 55 million people. Chairman Mao Zedong of China also stated the following:

"A Communist should have largeness of mind and he should be staunch and active, looking upon the interests of the revolution as his very life and subordinating his personal interests to those of the revolution; always and everywhere he should adhere to principle and wage a tireless struggle against all incorrect ideas and actions, so as to consolidate the collective life of the Party and strengthen the ties between the Party and the masses; he should be more concerned about the Party and the masses than about any private person, and more concerned about others than about himself. Only thus can he be considered a Communist."

Under the “collective life of the Party”, it is estimated that 45 to 70 million Chinese people were murdered by Mao’s beliefs.

Democide or murder by government intimidates, demoralizes or subjugates people specifically to ensure maintenance of power. Communist regimes killed the most people in the 20th century, followed by Nazi Germany, which killed more than 16 million people between 1933 and 1945.  The Soviet Union killed 54.7 million between 1917 and 1987, and China killed 50+ million between 1949 and 1987.  The Khmer Rouge killed a large percent of its nation’s people, approximately one-third of all Cambodians between 1975 and 1979, an estimated 1.7 million people.

The roots of collectivism lie in the collection and maintenance of all power and wealth under governmental communism.  Global collectivism seeks to collect all wealth in the form of human resources, global property, real estate and watershed systems, all natural resources, and through globally enforced taxation.  Collectivism was never about equality, equity, or the environment, but it is absolutely about enforcement.

In collective states, governmental domination commands restrictions on occupational choice, enforces the denial of educational opportunities, enforces the licensing of trades and workers, confiscates land, nationalizes business, places restrictions on private property ownership, enforces mobility restrictions, nationalizes schools, universities and educational curricula, nationalizes the press and media, and it fosters civil crises through systemic inequality. The government maintains such to ensure control over people. Specifically, requiring licenses to work and to drive extorts billions if not trillions of dollars from the people, handing the money directly to those in positions of power, annually.

Today’s collectivists have dolled up the communistic concept with global nature reverence, inter-faith religion, and equality and equity for all marketing campaigns, but the truth lies in its history, which is theft by brutal enforcements, and the poorer people become, the easier, more attractive and rationalized democide and genocide become to the ruling elite.  Collectivism is about their wealth and the continuity of their power.

Ninety million American people have lost jobs. The nation is nearing a "stated" 17 trillion dollars in debt, and most of the world remains politically communistic or socialistic.  As such, American children are being steadfastly trained into collective mindsets, including “the greater good”, “community service”, soldier worship, and the ongoing propaganda that their nation is “greedy”, “imperialistic”, “colonizing”, and “spoiled”.  Certainly, not all of this can be denied when considering the U.S. military industrial complex and our nation’s constant history of using slave laborers and war to wage profits for billionaires, as so clearly demonstrated when U.S. manufacturing moved offshore to exploit Third World laborers, mostly women and child laborers.  We are far, far from a moral or perfect nation, but the clear move toward global communism, albeit a hybrid communism (we like to call it communitarianism), is very, very dangerous.  To whom will one complain? To which global corporate-banking billionaire tax collector will one address one’s dissatisfaction when the American system is fully replaced?

Let military tanks, drones, and armed soldiers; national, foreign, and hired legionnaire forces commonly seen on today’s American streets, coupled with the edicts of executive ordered governance and the steadfast erosion of constitutional laws replaced with unknown regionally appointed governors and governments, and impoverished citizens losing jobs in the hundreds of thousands per week be your clear mirror of reality in the United States.  The collective has overtaken the nation, and the collective is communism.  Let the military presence, with ongoing declarations of martial law, lockdowns, and multiple organizations designating U.S. citizens as terrorists be your heads up.  It is America’s turn to suffer and, guaranteed, we will if communism’s history is any indicator.

It is profoundly sad that humankind chose to follow the richest and most powerful people in the world, because their contempt of the masses is so tragically and historically evident. How profoundly sad that we now occupy a world where water, soil, air, flora and fauna have been so exploited, damaged and corrupted not by the hungry and sick masses of humanity, but by the rulers and owners of global corporations, wealth, and war.  Yet we accept blame and are expected to pay for their damages and crimes.  We are expected to work for free as mandatory volunteers or for the lowest possible wages to remain vulnerable, and we are expected to accept being arrested without just cause, representation, or even reason.  Clearly, nothing whatsoever is new in history, particularly very recent 20th century history.

The framers of the Constitution knew of the people’s vulnerability to governmental usurpation.  They knew we would be conquered from within.  Remember, in all of human history, there are those who believe that money and power are worth murdering for.  Never forget that.

Mao Zedong, “Combat Liberalism” (September 7, 1937), Selected Works, Vol. II, p. 33.

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