Commentary - 12/15/2006

Just An Economic Slave Unit
(The India-ization of America)

First an apology to my site visitors, for failing to keep posting information about how the latest business events are affecting us. When I first started this site, I could only see a small part of what was really happening and why. This is why is started with the 1889 book "The Great Red Dragon." The comparisons are uncanny.

Then the deeper I dug, the more I posted. The more I posted, the more I started realizing just how much control of our daily lives has been taken away from us and concentrated in a very few hands.

You could easily call it "An Economic Mafia," but that would be slighting a "good" name. You could call it a re-birth of the "Roman Empire," but that would be giving too much credit to the Romans, as they were NOT world-wide. Yes, their world, but not the Earth.

No, we have to call it the re-emergence of the British Empire, on which "The sun never sets." But this time, our beloved United States has been corrupted beyond belief to provide this Empire with military power to enforce its business contracts. Have you ever noticed that when the US sends military aid (both physically and financially), it is to "protect American interests." But who actually owns these "American interests?"

At the same time, they have maneuvered us into bankrupting our nation so that our honest men have no choice but to support the Empire, or die. I'm not only speaking of human life, but also of economic life.

That made me realize this has all been done before. It finally dawned on me that what I'm seeing is the "India-ization of America." Yes, you could also call it "Globalization," but that would hide intent. That thought encouraged me to immediately start looking up facts on the history of India. That also brought back to mind the name "Mahatma Gandhi." Which led to looking up information about Gandhi and the thoughts he left with us. That's where these two quotes came from, which gave me the strength to start writing again.

"Whatever you do will be insignificant, but it is very important that you do it."

"When I despair, I remember that all through history, the ways of truth and love have always won. There have been tyrants and murderers and, for a time, they can seem invincible, but in the end they always fall. Think of it . . . always."

Why use the term "Economic Slave Unit?" This term adequately describes how a "master" would think of his workers on his plantation. What plantation? We don't have "plantations" any more. That's what I thought, too. But as the work progressed on this web site, a pattern emerged.

While trying to figure out who controls what, the one thing that kept showing up is that the amount of shares that "Insiders and 5% Holders" owned kept coming up "0%." No one within the company was a significant shareholder. Just like a "plantation." Sure, there were the managers, and a single boss of the plantation unit, but they were simply hired hands, answering to the "real owner," or more than likely, one of the "real owners" representatives. And certainly they might have owned a few shares, along with their salary, if it was permitted.

Bear with me here. Let's look at the McDonald's Corporation. (Please, I have nothing against the firm. It's just a widely known corporation.) You can check here and you will see that "% of Shares Held by All Insider and 5% Owners: equals 0%. That means that NOBODY that works in the company, from Chairman of the Board to the janitor, owns enough stock to register 1%. The top 10 institutions, that is, the "plantation owners" are shown next.

Now try 3M Co. (MMM). And Agnico-Eagle Mines Ltd. (AEM). See my point. These companies, and many, many others, are bought and sold like "plantations," and their "owners" only give as much thought to the "economic slave units" that work there as absolutely necessary to keep things going. In fact, you've seen lately how much more "plantation management" have taken out of the "plantation," versus how much more the "economic slave units" have received. The gap widens as they get more arrogant.

Yes, this is depressing. That's why I started out with Gandhi's words. I can't help but think that we're going through the same thing again. In fact, after I came up with the word "India-ization", I ran it through Google to see if anyone else used it. To my surprise, it had been used before to describe Germany before Hitler by Agnes Smedley in December, 1921, years before Hitler took power. It shows how "fertile the ground" was for anyone similar to Hitler.

"There are prominent Germans here who say they wonder how long it will be until anti-English propaganda of any sort, whether carried on by Germans or by foreigners, will be forbidden. All hopes of a revolution are dwindling, and the German working class seems to be entering that phase of "Indiaization" which leads to physical and intellectual slavery. For months it seemed that a revolution was certain. But instead, slavery seems more likely now. The working class no longer has the physical resistance for a revolution, and the Entente is too strong, and Russia is too weak. More and more do I see that only a successful revolution in India can break England's back forever and free Europe itself. It is not a national question concerning India any longer; it is purely international."
This is way too familiar territory.

My point about all this is that "Snakes in Suits" will come from any political party. This shows that our past election was a REAL confrontation between good and evil that rested upon your vote. This was not about Republicans, Democrats or any other political party. It was a choice between having a "representative that truly represents" or a "psychopath with an attache case." Conscience vs no-conscience.

Now that this new group of elected representatives head toward power, are they simply going to further the ambitions of the REAL "plantation owners?" Again?

Have they already us sold out? Again? For God's sake, I hope not!

I believe that this old 1889 book, "The Great Red Dragon," with the sub-title "Foreign Money Power In The United States," had answers to those questions then, and the pattern exists to the present. There is truly a force to be reckoned with, which had its beginnings over 400 years ago, that has been re-trying ever since to meet its goal, stated in its mission statement: "... to "own the earth in fee simple."

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2006 by Edward Ulysses Cate

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