There is far more to the Neo-Feudal agenda than simply corporations making obscene profits to the detriment of society as a whole. This is ultimately about power on the one hand, and depopulation on the other. Through Agenda 21 and the Biodiversity and Wildlands Project, this is about a complete confiscation and lockdown of the planet. Once the technological infrastructure is in place, whole cities will become off limits to people below a certain social grouping or income bracket; in the name of “environmentalism” vast regions of our countryside will become no go areas, with what remains of an ever growing underclass herded into highly surveyed “eco-cities”. Brzezinski, no less, wrote about this in a book entitled Between Two Ages: America’s Role in the Technetronic Era, in which he stated that:
“The technotronic era involves the gradual appearance of a more controlled society. Such a society would be dominated by an elite, unrestrained by traditional values. Soon it will be possible to assert almost continuous surveillance over every citizen and maintain up-to-date complete files containing even the most personal information about the citizen. These files will be subject to instantaneous retrieval by the authorities. ”
Brzezinski predicted a two tiered global society in which there were only rulers and servants in perpetuity. The current debt mountain and financial crisis has been deliberately manipulated so that the mega elite – the so-called 1 per cent – can steal even more of the real wealth of the world, whilst a once prosperous professional and middle class are reduced to little more than indentured debt slaves.
The pomp and circumstance of the presidential inauguration has died down. Members of Congress have taken their seats on Capitol Hill, and Barack Obama has reclaimed his seat in the White House. The circus of the presidential election has become a faint memory. The long months of debates, rallies, and political advertisements have slipped from our consciousness. Now we are left with the feeling that nothing has really changed, nor will it.
This is not by accident. The media circus leading up to the elections, the name calling in the halls of Congress, the vitriol and barbs traded back and forth among people who are supposed to be working together to improve the country, are all components of the game set up by those who run the show. The movers and shakers behind these engaging, but ultimately trite, political exercises are the elite, the so-called upper class, who benefit from the status quo. This status quo is marked by an economic crisis with no end in sight, by the slow but steady growth of a police state aimed at the lowest rungs of society, and a political circus which keeps us enraptured long enough that we don’t question what’s really going on.
Meanwhile, this elite, composed of corporations profiting off of our ignorance, avoid being brought to task for their destruction of democratic governance and the economy. These are the corporations who sent our economy into a tail spin and were then rewarded with taxpayer money. These are the corporations who write laws which eliminate real competition in the market in order to secure their profits through lucrative government contracts. These are the corporations who avoid criminal prosecution, and are instead slapped with meager fines which do nothing to halt their felonious activities.
We now live in a two-tiered system of justice and governance. There are two sets of laws: one set for the government and the corporations, and another set for you and me.