Economic Theory & Reality: Revolution Now

Know this: we must understand and boldly address economics in fundamental ways, or there is no hope, in terms of justice, prosperity, the environment, democracy, freedom, or peace, but only a black hole future of darkly dystopian, genocidal, ecocidal, and ultimately suicidal Orwellian corporate rule.

Economic theory and policy – what a morass. What a rotting bog! What a dung heap of self-justifying mass, systemic delusion and self-deceit. But we need to make sense of it, and cut through the fog, and urgently so. Why? Here is why.

  1. The real political philosophy, and the real, derivative economic policy that rule the world is, and has been for a long time, “Let them eat cake.” It is “the vile maxim of the masters”, as Adam Smith called it, which, as he said, is “All for us. Nothing for anybody else.” The currently ruling economic theory, model, paradigm or orthodoxy, which is neoliberalism, and its equally evil twin, neoconservatism, is simply a rationalization and a smoke screen for crony capitalism on steroids, which has over the past 50 years deliberately morphed itself, in silence, in a slow motion global corporate coup, into corporatism, which, as Mussolini said, is the merger of business and the state, and is the proper term for fascism. So, under cover of the ideological bullshit of a rising tide lifting all boats, or the trickle down theory, what we have is rabid class warfare and economic warfare, with the banking elite and the Fortune 100 biggest corporations, the richest 0.1%, devouring the poor, the middle class, small and medium businesses en mass, the real economy and economic infrastructure, the social infrastructure, and even the affluent and the merely rich, along with the planet, while amassing control of all assets, wealth, resources and power into their hands. And big government and big money are now fused into an all-consuming, ravenous, insatiable eating machine, that is not only eating the people and the planet alive, but also, all that remains of freedom, democracy and constitutional rule, driving us at break-neck speed into a barren and toxic, global dystopia that would make Orwell shudder.
  2. Ok, that was several major problems listed together, for they are inseparably linked to the central problem, which is excessive concentration of power – and that CANNOT be resolved by limiting or even dissolving government and political power merely. It requires limiting and placing strict checks on both political and also economic power. And that, by now, requires fiercesome anti-trust action to break up the entire corporate oligarchy, and, with possibly a few exceptions, break up the Fortune 1000 corporations competely. I would urge we break them up immediately, which requires Gandhian revolution, and distribute their assets to the people broadly, and globally, since they have been stripping assets globally, and turn each corporate empire into a coordinated federation of local democratic co-ops, with ownership divided in shares among three main groups: the local workers, the local community, and the global community of citizens. But however we do it, we must break them up immediately, or they will devour us, and all life on Earth along with us. Make no mistake.

Does a free market economy work? No, all questions of justice aside, it simply implodes. Chile tried it under Pinoche. It was a disaster economically, as well as sociologically. (See Naomi Klein and Greg Palast) A mixed economy had to be reintroduced to stem the hemorrhaging, and restart the collapsed economy.

Does elite run central planning work? Not well, and it creates a gulag society, as China and the USSR have shown. Not remotely acceptable, though the West has now adopted it in 2020, ominously.

Do locally owned, economically democratic co-ops work? Yes, it is amply proven. Mondragon and myriad examples prove it beyond doubt. And it is a model with vast emancipatory power, which we have barely glimpsed so far.

What must be done?

First, remove the bankers and other corporate elites from power. Nothing changes until that happens. We are living in a dreamworld if we think otherwise. That means revolution. Get ready for it. It is coming, and fast. And the enormously heightened feeding frenzy and class warfare, the ramped up, feverish economic warfare of the plutocrats on the other 99.9% of humanity in 2020 will mean that: a) economic collapse is coming fast; and b) civil war and revolution will follow right behind; with c) ruthless fascist repression unleashed in response, and rationalized in order to restore “order”.

We need to restore the power of democratically elected governments at three levels, firstly – national, provincial/state, and local. This is necessary in order to reign in the business elites, as Chomsky has emphasized, though his long term vision accords with Bertrand Russell’s, Bookchin’s and mine, which is libertarian socialism: which means freedom with compassion and cooperation, or mutual aid. Libertarians and anarchists must understand this, or tyranny is all we can expect.

After restoring democratic power to the nations, states and provinces, and to local communities, and removing the business elite from their current position as the new technocratic, neofeudal, fascist overlords, both of which are urgently required and unavoidable; then, and only then, can we decentralize power further. First things first: we must remove the neoliberal and neoconservative fascists from power, and now.

In the short term, democratic nations with mixed economies, serious anti-trust policies, free and fair trade, and both serious anti-pollution laws and green New Deal economic stimulus programs, and above all, dethroning the bankers, by ditching fiat money, implementing a tax on financial speculation, instituting serious capital controls, and dethroning the Fortune 100 by de-chartering them and breaking them up via vigorous and fearless anti-trust action (Teddy Roosevelt would understand), and restoring full constitutional rights for all, would take us a long way, and very rapidly if we have the will, toward a peaceful, clean, green, just, and free world, and a better world for all.

It’s not rocket science. Economics is the dismal science. In truth it is medieval, scholastic, quasi-religious, pseudo-science run by high priests who are as indoctrinated as they are deluded. The whole “profession” is awash in delusion and systemic self-deceit, and functionally serves to rationalize and justify rabidly anti-democratic, world-razing, sociopathic elite rule and global looting and pillaging, the strip-mining of people and the planet, and the cancerous consumption of all life. Remove the crypto-fascist sociopaths from power, and we can swiftly make real, rapid progress from there. Dethrone the oligarchs and their high priests, and we will be half way there.

The moderate grassroots right understand that the core problem is authoritarian technocratic corporate oligarchy, just as the saner minds on the left understand it. In fact, my estimate is that 30% of the people, who are on the moderate right, and 30% of the people who are on the left, understand this fact, and what needs to be done, which is to remove the oligarchs from power. Only the timid 30% in the centre quiver in their boots at such bold statements and bold propositions. Well, to hell with the eternally vacant and spineless centre, I say. Unite the right and the left, and let’s get on with the revolution and the task at hand. Remove the fascist bipartisan corporate elite from power, restore freedom and constitutional democracy, or the republic if you prefer that term, and return the power to the people, where it rightfully belongs, and we will be well on our way to a better world for all.

Don’t let the Orwellian-Machiavellian swindlers fool you. The core problem really is that simple to fix: remove the crooks from power. Restore power to the people, and now.

JTR,

September 15, 2020

10 Responses to “Economic Theory & Reality: Revolution Now”

  1. Have any other bloggers come to the same conclusion? The new WordPress editor which was shoved down our throats is complete garbage. It is utterly intrusive, and makes editing a nightmare, if not impossible. What a piece of trash. Anyway, here is a revised version of the essay above, which the technocrats at this blog platform, which I may be forced to leave, will not allow me to write over the old.

    Grrrrr……

    Economic Theory & Reality: Revolution Now

    Know this: we must understand and boldly address economics in fundamental ways, or there is no hope, in terms of justice, prosperity, the environment, democracy, freedom, health, or peace, but only a black hole future of darkly dystopian, genocidal, ecocidal, and ultimately suicidal Orwellian corporate rule.

    Do we want to see the return of medieval walled cities, with private armies and neofeudal technofascist oligarchies to protect the “privileged” and the rich inside, while outside the walls a barren, ravaged, toxic world is filled with desperate people resorting to ever more desperate things? That is our present course, and it is coming faster than most people would dare to imagine. If that is not the future that we want, then we had best pause and reflect deeply now, because that is where the ruling elite are taking now us now, and with great speed.

    Economic theory and policy – what a morass. What a rotting bog! What a dung heap of self-justifying mass, systemic delusion and self-deceit. But we need to make sense of it, and cut through the fog, and urgently so. Why? Here is why.

    1. The real political philosophy, and the real, derivative economic policy that rule the world, is, and has been for a long time, “Let them eat cake.” It is “the vile maxim of the masters”, as Adam Smith called it, which, as he said, is “All for us. Nothing for anybody else.” The currently ruling economic theory, model, paradigm or orthodoxy, which is neoliberalism, and its equally evil twin, neoconservatism, is simply a rationalization and a smoke screen for crony capitalism on steroids, which has, over the past 50 years, deliberately morphed itself, in silence, in a slow motion global coup, into corporatism, which, as Mussolini said, is the merger of business and the state, and is the proper term for fascism. So, under cover of the ideological bullshit of a rising tide lifting all boats, or the trickle down theory, what we have is rabid class warfare and economic warfare, with the banking elite and the Fortune 100 biggest corporations, the richest 0.1%, that is, devouring the poor, the middle class, small and medium businesses en mass, the real economy and economic infrastructure, the social infrastructure, and even the affluent and the merely rich, along with the planet, while amassing control of all assets, wealth, resources and power into their hands. And big government and big money are now fused into an all-consuming, ravenous, insatiable eating machine, that is not only eating the people and the planet alive, but also, all that remains of freedom, democracy and constitutional rule, driving us at break-neck speed into a barren and toxic, global dystopia that would make Orwell shudder.

    2. Ok, that was several major problems listed together, for they are inseparably linked to the central problem, which is excessive concentration of power – and that CANNOT be resolved by limiting or even dissolving government and political power merely. It requires limiting and placing strict checks on both political and also economic power. And that, by now, requires fiercesome anti-trust action to break up the entire corporate oligarchy, and, with possibly a few exceptions, break up the Fortune 1000 corporations completely. I would urge we break them up immediately, which requires Gandhian revolution, and distribute their assets to the people broadly, and globally, since they have been stripping assets globally, and turn each corporate empire into a coordinated federation of local democratic co-ops, with ownership divided in shares among three main groups: the local workers, the local community, and the global community of citizens. But however we do it, we must break them up, and immediately, or they will devour us, and all life on Earth along with us. Make no mistake.
    Does a free market economy work? No, all questions of freedom and justice aside, it simply implodes. Chile tried it under Pinoche. It was a disaster economically, as well as sociologically. (See Naomi Klein and Greg Palast) A mixed economy had to be reintroduced to stem the hemorrhaging, and to restart the collapsed economy.

    Does elite-run central planning work? Not well, and it creates a gulag society, as China and the USSR have shown. Not remotely acceptable, though the West has now adopted it in 2020, ominously.

    Do locally owned, economically democratic co-ops work? Yes, it is amply proven. Mondragon and myriad examples prove it beyond doubt. And it is a model with vast emancipatory power, which we have barely glimpsed so far.

    What must be done?

    First, remove the bankers and other corporate elites from power. Nothing changes until that happens. We are living in a dreamworld if we think otherwise. That means revolution. Get ready for it. It is coming, and fast. And the enormously heightened feeding frenzy and class warfare, the ramped up, feverish economic warfare of the plutocrats on the other 99.9% of humanity in 2020 will mean that: a) economic collapse is coming quickly; and b) civil war and revolution will follow right behind; with c) ruthless fascist repression unleashed in response, and rationalized in order to restore “security”, “safety” and “order”.

    We need to restore the power of democratically elected governments at three levels, firstly – national, provincial/state, and local. This is necessary in order to reign in the business elite, as Chomsky has emphasized, though his long term vision accords with Bertrand Russell’s, Bookchin’s and mine, which is libertarian socialism: which means freedom with compassion and cooperation, or mutual aid. Libertarians and anarchists must understand this, or tyranny is all we can expect.

    After restoring democratic power to the nations, states and provinces, and to local communities, and removing the business elite from their current position as the new technocratic, neofeudal, fascist overlords, both of which are urgently required and unavoidable; then, and only then, can we decentralize power further. First things first: we must remove the neoliberal and neoconservative fascists from power, and now.

    In the short term, constitutional republics and democratic nations with mixed economies, serious anti-trust policies, free and fair trade, and both serious anti-pollution laws and green New Deal jobs and economic stimulus programs, and above all, dethroning the bankers, by ditching fiat money, making all central banks public and democratically controlled, implementing a tax on financial speculation, instituting serious capital controls, and most importantly, dethroning the Fortune 100 by de-chartering them and breaking them up via vigorous and fearless anti-trust action (Teddy Roosevelt would understand), and restoring full constitutional rights for all, would take us a long way, and very rapidly if we have the will, toward a peaceful, clean, green, just, and free world, and a better world for all.

    It’s not rocket science. Economics is truly the dismal science. In truth it is medieval, scholastic, quasi-religious, pseudo-science run by high priests who are as indoctrinated as they are deluded. The whole “profession” is awash in delusion and systemic self-deceit, and functionally serves to rationalize and justify rabidly anti-democratic, world-razing, sociopathic elite rule and global looting and pillaging, the strip-mining of people and the planet, and the cancerous consumption of all life. Remove the crypto-fascist sociopaths from power, and we can swiftly make real, rapid progress from there. Dethrone the oligarchs and their high priests, and we will be half way there.

    The moderate grassroots right understand that the core problem is authoritarian technocratic corporate oligarchy, just as the clearer minds on the left understand it very well. In fact, my estimate is that 30% of the people, who are on the moderate right, and 30% of the people who are on the left, understand this fact, and what needs to be done, which is to remove the oligarchs from power. Only the timid 30% in the centre quiver in their boots at such bold statements and bold propositions. Well, to hell with the eternally vacant and spineless centre, I say. (And currently they and the faux left are the mainstay supports for the new medical martial law.) Unite the right and the left, and let’s get on with the revolution and the task at hand. Remove the fascist bipartisan corporate elite from power, restore freedom and constitutional democracy, or the republic if you prefer that term, and return the power to the people, where it rightfully belongs, and we will be well on our way to a better world for all.

    Don’t let the Orwellian-Machiavellian swindlers fool you. The core problem really is that simple to fix: remove the crooks from power. Restore power to the people, and now.

    J. Todd Ring,

    September 15, 2020

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  2. How did I forget, even in a brief synopsis, to address this:

    The military industrial security and intelligence complex consumes over a trillion dollars a year in the US alone. People say, we can’t afford a Green New Deal, we can’t afford universal public health care, we can’t afford free universal education, or affordable housing, child care, pharmacare or pensions…. But if you slash the military police state budget, tax the 1% at 90%, tax wealth over $10 million at 90%, tax pollution, and end the corporate subsidies and multi-trillion dollar bailouts, then there is more than enough money and resources for such things. In short, we are beng lied to and swindled by the super-rich who now rule the world. All these things are possible. Revolution now.

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  3. I do not agree with libertarians on the right, for reasons I explained above, and reasons Chomsky has explained very well, but Ron Paul has some interesting and valid points here. Fiat money and QE are two big parts of the problem, as are private central banks run by and for the bankster elite at the expense of the pillaged people and planet.

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  4. Another element I missed, in terms of both sound economic policy, and real economic stimulus, and in terms of social justice, is to lower taxes on the bottom 80% of people, the middle class, small and medium business, new start-ups, co-ops and farmers, eliminate payroll taxes and all taxes on the poor, and shift the tax burden to the richest 1% and the biggest corporations, along with emphasizing a tax on pollution and resource extraction or depletion. This would do two things: one, it would radically redistribute wealth and power, empowering the 99% while aiding in dethroning the 1%, who can remain rich and powerful, but must cease to be allowed to rule the world; and two, it would make the great majority of people supportive of such a bold plan, because it would immediately benefit them, and greatly so.Another element I missed, in terms of both sound economic policy, and real economic stimulus, and in terms of social justice, is to lower taxes on the bottom 80% of people, the middle class, small and medium business, new start-ups, co-ops and farmers, eliminate payroll taxes and all taxes on the poor, and shift the tax burden to the richest 1% and the biggest corporations, along with emphasizing a tax on pollution and resource extraction or depletion. This would do two things: one, it would radically redistribute wealth and power, empowering the 99% while aiding in dethroning the 1%, who can remain rich and powerful, but must cease to be allowed to rule the world; and two, it would make the great majority of people supportive of such a bold plan, because it would immediately benefit them, and greatly so.

    All this was spelled out in my 2014 book, Enlightened Democracy, which laid out a Green New Deal, though without the catchy title, before anyone was talking about such a thing.

    (And now WordPress won’t allow me to properly edit even my comment on my essay. Such junk. Ignore the text below.)

    Another element I missed, in terms of both sound economic policy, and real economic stimulus, and in terms of social justice, is to lower taxes on the bottom 80% of people, the middle class, small and medium business, new start-ups, co-ops and farmers, eliminate payroll taxes and all taxes on the poor, and shift the tax burden to the richest 1% and the biggest corporations, along with emphasizing a tax on pollution and resource extraction or depletion. This would do two things: one, it would radically redistribute wealth and power, empowering the 99% while aiding in dethroning the 1%, who can remain rich and powerful, but must cease to be allowed to rule the world; and two, it would make the great majority of people supportive of such a bold plan, because it would immediately benefit them, and greatly so….

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  5. See Daly and Cobb, For The Common Good, along with Chomsky, Varoufakis, Celente, Chossudovsky, Ellen Brown, Michael Hudson and Max Keiser for further important information and analysis.

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  6. Slash all spending and buy some gold, silver, cryptos, rice, beans and heritage seeds. We are headed for the biggest economic crash in history, which will make the crash of 2007-2010, which I predicted, look like like a tea party.

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  7. Jeff Bezos could give every Amazon employee $105,000, and still be as rich as he was before the covid-1984 event of 2020 hyper-accelerated economic warfare campaign sent billionaires’ wealth soaring an additional 20% in the span of several months. What does that mean? It means neo-feudalism is here. It also means Bastille Day is coming fast.

    Must-Watch video below. Possibly the best economic commentary ever? And hilarious. And brilliant. And eminently quotable, scathingly incisive….just what the doctor ordered, and just what we need now.

    Save this to flash drive, to circulate palm to palm if the internet closes down further, as is the clear direction of things. See my essay, Flash Drive Revolution.

    Keiser Report – Chart of the Year

    E1593 https://youtu.be/cst-H5gdU6g

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  8. This warning label appears under Max Keiser’s show on youtube – the most watched and most trusted economic and financial analyst on the planet, by far.

    “RT is funded in whole or in part by the Russian government.” Wikipedia (hyperlinked)

    #RT #news

    Guess who is scared – of dissident voices, and of the rising tide of popular discontent? Plutocrats, business elites who control virtually all the major media, the global economy, the financial system, the major international organizations (WHO, WTO, WEF…) and most of the governments of the world, of course. And what or who are some of their criminal partners and tools? Corporate-state media, Big Tech, and Wikipedia, to name a few.

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    • The propaganda is hitting Goebbels level, it is getting that obvious and stark. The elite are losing the propaganda war. Keep up the dissidence, speak truth to the people.

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      • The Failure of Propaganda, The Crisis of Legitimacy, and The Resort to Fascism

        The propaganda is hitting Goebbels level, it is getting that obvious and stark. The elite are losing the propaganda war – hence, the increasingly shrill and panicked, desperate measures. Keep up the dissidence; speak truth to the people. But do know this, which is critical to understand. We need to understand the following, right now.

        The more the propaganda war fails, the more desperate the methods employed by the ruling Wall Street/Davos corporate elite, and the more screeching the tone of their presstitutes and unwitting followers. This is moving rapidly into authoritarianism, totalitarianism, and yes, fascism. In order to defeat that, and to restore democracy and freedom, we need to understand its roots, and understand our history.

        The ruling bipartisan corporate elite (both liberal and conservative, and with the alliance of social democrats) have been losing the propaganda war since the defeat of the MAI in 1998, and particularly since protesters shut down the WTO (World Trade Organization) talks in Seattle in 1999.

        This was a monumental turning point in Western history, which virtually no one recognized or noticed, aside from the ruling elite’s own intellectual courtesans, such as Zbigniew Brzezinski, along with a handful of others, such as Noam Chomsky and John Ralston Saul.

        The 50,000 protesters from around the world, and across all social lines, whose non-violent civil disobedience and blockade shut down the WTO talks in 1999, at what has since been called the Battle of Seattle, marked the turning point. It was late 1999, at those failed WTO talks, that the Western crisis of legitimacy was confirmed, and reached a tipping point. It was also at that time that the ruling Western elite realized that the outbreak of democracy in the 1960’s, which they had consciously worked hard to suppress, had not gone away, but had only become stronger. In short, they were shell-shocked, and they were panicked.

        (For further history, going back to the 1960’s, see Ralph Nader on the Powell Memorandum, and Noam Chomsky on the Pentagon Papers, and later, The Crisis of Democracy. Going forward in time, look at the COG planning under Reagan/Bush, the PNAC papers under Bush/Cheney, and the Rockefeller Foundation’s Lock Step planning document, among others. The imperial elite always become filled with hubris in late stage empire, preceding collapse. They left a paper trail of their plans, motives and objectives, out of sheer arrogance. We know very clearly what they were and are planning, since they put it down in writing and it is in the public record. Conspiracy theory? What a foolish phrase. Look at the records. Look at the documents written by the power elite. There is no theory about it. It is simple class warfare and power lust. Only a school child would think that powerful people are incapable of evil acts. Adults know that people sometimes do horrible things. Those with great power simply have greater opportunity to do greater evil. History shows that they carry out evil actions with disturbing frequency. It is not rare. It is the norm. Power corrupts. Do not be surprised at the evil actions powerful men commit. Instead, expose them, curtail or stop them where possible, and decentralize power to prevent such evil on such grand scale in the future. That was Jefferson’s attitude, and I think it makes the most sense. But in any case, do not be naive. That would be foolish. It would also be dangerous and irresponsible. Democracy and freedom demand eternal vigilance, not naive complacency.)

        The crisis of legitimacy was further confirmed in early 2003, when the WEF’s own global poll came back, in time for the royal Davos annual meeting of oligarchs. Here is the leading dissident intellectual of the Western world, Noam chomsky, speaking to the World Social Forum in February 2003, about the WEF and the global crisis of legitimacy, which spells trouble for the ruling elite, but spells hope for humanity and the Earth:

        “Let’s start with some good news about these basic themes. As you know, there is also a conference of the World Economic Forum going on right now, in Davos. Here in Porto Alegre, the mood is hopeful, vigorous, exciting. In Davos, the New York Times tells us, “the mood has darkened.” For the “movers and shakers,” it is not “global party time” any more. In fact, the founder of the Forum has conceded defeat: “The power of corporations has completely disappeared,” he said. So we have won. There is nothing left for us to do but pick up the pieces — not only to talk about a vision of the future that is just and humane, but to move on to create it.

        Of course, we should not let the praise go to our heads. There are still a few difficulties ahead.

        The main theme of the WEF is “Building Trust.” There is a reason for that. The “masters of the universe,” as they liked to call themselves in more exuberant days, know that they are in serious trouble. They recently released a poll showing that trust in leaders has severely declined.”

        As Chomsky noted, since its creation in the 1970’s, the tone at the New Palace of Versailles, as John Ralston Saul has called the Davos gathering, or “the new royal court”, which the world’s leading business journal calls “the de facto world government”, was jubilant every year, and increasingly so, as profits soared and the rich grew richer and increasingly took over the world. But in 2003, the tone turned suddenly somber, as the news sank in, and the meaning of it was realized.

        The WEF global poll showed a deep and widespread loss of confidence, faith and trust in political and business elites and in existing political and economic systems and institutions amongst the people world-wide.

        The intellectuals in residence to the Western oligarchs explained what this means to the ruling business elite and their political and technocratic minions. It means that the Western capitalist powers could collapse like a house of cards, just as the Communist Soviet Union and the entire Eastern Bloc did, virtually overnight, and soon, as a result of what is known as a crisis of legitimacy.

        The ruling Western oligarchs at Davos knew, or were starkly and clearly informed, that they had three options:

        1. Compromise with the people, to address and resolve the crisis of legitimacy, by increasing democracy and meeting more of the needs and desires of the people.

        2. Allow the crisis of legitimacy to go unaddressed, and be swept from power – just as the Soviet elite were swept from power very recently, a mere three decades ago; and as were the aristocrats during the French Revolution before that, and a series of dethroned and cast down emperors and collapsed empires stretching back through time to the Babylonian kings, and before.

        3. Refuse options 1 and 2, and instead resort to rule by force – resort to fascism, authoritarianism, and a police state.

        Options 1 and 2 were quickly dismissed. Compromise was not what the elite wanted. Loss of power was out of the question. That left only one option in the minds of the ruling business elite. That was rule by force: resort to a police state.

        That was the beginning of the post-9/11 era: the War On Terrorism was, in reality, a war on democracy. Now we have seen it escalate further.

        That explains the past two decades: a growing crisis of legitimacy led to a failure or propaganda, which led the ruling business elite to a resort to force, to authoritarianism, and to fascism.

        That explains what is happening in 2020. It is a fascist power grab by the ruling business elite, in response to a crisis of legitimacy.

        Our response should be clear enough. Defend freedom, democracy and constitutional rule; remove the Wall Street/Davos business elite, and their technocratic minions and political prostitutes, from power; and restore power to the people.

        If people on the left, the right, or in the centre do not realize these facts, and keep them in focus, front and centre, then they have either been corrupted, or are simply not dealing with reality.

        Perspective is everything. Stay focused, and keep the narrative clear, or all is lost.

        JTR,
        September 16, 2020

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