by Ian Shilling
Carroll Quigley wrote up the plans by the Establishment elites to institute anti democratic one world government ruled by a cabal of banking and Corporate elites.
His book was called Tragedy and Hope – maybe you should try reading it?
Carroll Quigley was a professor at Georgetown University in Washington DC. Bill Clinton said he was a great influence on him in his acceptance speech at the 1992 DNC convention.
Carroll Quigley and the ‘International Bankers’ – Bill Clinton’s Mentor Exposes the Conspirators
Now how would the Establishment financial elites in America and Europe persuade the ordinary people to willingly give up their democracy for a totalitarian ruling elite?
Why the same way the Germans gave up their democracy to Adolf Hitler in 1933 – pay for some violent agitators, persuade ordinary people that their biggest enemy is not the ruling elites but a foreign enemy who is quite unlike them, engineer a massive financial and economic collapse, destroy the savings, pensions and prospects of ordinary people like the hyperinflation in the 1923 Weimar Republic and the Western financial collapse in 1929 to 1932.
The Establishment politicians work for their Corporate sponsors and are easily bribed. They definitely do not work for you or even their own country.
The people and institutions with the most money are:- a) the big banks b) mega multinationals c) Oligarchs like Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, George Soros, Mark Zuckerberg, the Rothschilds, the Rockefellers, the Koch brothers and Paul Singer.
The first, second and third priority of an “elected” politician is to get re-elected and to get as big a payoff when they leave public office as they can possibly get. That means they have to attract Oligarch billionaire donors and sponsors, and attract favorable coverage by the Oligarch owned and controlled Corporate media.
It is undoubtedly true that wealth and power has been increasingly transferred from the Middle Class and ordinary people to the elites in the top 0.001% since Nixon took the U.S off the Gold Standard in 1971, the increasing “financialization” of the U.S. and European economies since the mid 1980’s, the monopolization of the banking industry and the centralization of power to an increasingly undemocratic elite in Washington DC and Brussels.