Feudalism in the 21st century: Hidden globalist agenda all coming together
by M. J. Molyneaux (MIPENZ), B.Sc. [Eng Mat]; B. Soc. Sc. Hons., M.A.[psychometry research]
The proliferation of recent articles, books and headlines warning of global weather catastrophe (1), alarming rumours of world war lll (9) and predictions of another great depression (15) leave us wondering. We thought science and technology had moved us out of the dark ages and into the enlightened 21st century? What’s going on here? And where’s our world heading to? A penetrating look reveals the direction ahead and the hidden agenda.
Much has been made in our mass media and history books about the advances of the enlightenment and the progress achieved in quality of life and human rights. Certainly when one looks at the lives of the fortunate few top dogs who live in the country estates and penthouses of our modern world then we do see the fantastic advancement and progress that technology and science has afforded. Space exploration programs, satellite surveillance, military weaponry and ballistic missile shields – what more do we need? But look further down to the ground level of shantytowns and sweat factories and then another whole world of street dogs appears. (2) (3) (4) If the lives of the average, common people are to be taken as representative of life on planet earth [and that’s the only statistically unbiased view of the human condition] then we are still living in the dark ages. (3) (14) Contrary to what the mass media might suggest, Medieval feudalism is alive and well in the 21st century.
A prime example of this glaring discrepancy is South Africa, where even pets in middle class homes have a far better deal than hundreds of thousands of hungry, homeless families and hobos. (5) As a unique player in the globalists plan for world domination, South Africa should be an up-to-date lesson in politics for all historians and researchers. (6) Forty years ago, apartheid was blamed for the oppressive state of the majority of South Africans. Marxist propaganda convinced the common people that a change in regime would alleviate their plight and elevate their lifestyle to the level of their white oppressors. The dismantling of apartheid is still cited in the media as a victory for “Liberty, Equality and Fraternity” but the failure of Nelson Mandela’s government and subsequent ANC leadership to deliver on promises is testimony to the farcical play-acting we call democracy. Forget about “Liberty, Equality and Fraternity”, these slogans have nothing to do with the reality in South Africa but only serve to congratulate the Western nations for helping the globalists to topple the previous uncooperative government (as far as the globalists were concerned) and to hypnotize the masses into believing they are free at last – free to be poor, powerless and dispensable labourers. The removal of apartheid did not eliminate economic oppression and it’s astonishing how easily politicians can convince the oppressed to accept their plight. Similarly, India today is essentially no different than before the heroic battle by Ghandi and his followers against British colonialism, and the same goes for many so-called revolutions in South America, Asia and the rest of Africa.
If apartheid was not responsible for the poverty and exploitation of indigenous South Africans, and dozens of other similar African nations, it’s fair to ask, “Who or what is to be blamed?” The real and final answer is that everyone and everything is to blame. This is not to evade or trivialize the explanation but to recognize that the cause of poverty, inequality, oppression and suffering is really complex and impossible to explain in terms of a few basic factors and a neat socio-economic model. But one factor does feature as an essential ingredient – technological advancement. Without that factor, one group can never achieve and maintain dominance over another. (2) A good way to illustrate and understand what’s happening on the geopolitical scene is to consider the basic factors playing out in our human lives.
As in the animal kingdom, our human predicament is essentially a fight for survival of the fittest, cleverest and most treacherous. In ancient times every able man was expected to be trained in warfare for the protection or extension of his tribe or nation and the number of soldiers and weapons an army could muster was crucial to survival and domination. But just as important as numbers, technologically advanced weapons and armoury usually gained the upper hand in the long run. It’s no different in the battle for economic supremacy where technological skill and advanced weapons are needed both for conquering colonies as well as for controlling the slave labour force needed to build an empire. Again, South Africa is the perfect model of a militarised, technocratic superpower – built in the 20th century on a feudal labour system, consisting not only of the indigenous people and foreigners from neighbouring African states but also of labourers imported permanently from India and Malaysia and financed largely by the country’s enormous wealth in strategic minerals. (6)
Government statistics provide a detailed picture of the “feudalism” that was practised by the British occupiers of South Africa until 1960 and thereafter by the white Afrikaner government until the mid-80’s. Millions of indigenous people and imported Asians were employed in semi-skilled low-paid jobs in the mines, foundries, and textile, clothing and food-processing industries. Others moved to the cities for employment as general labourers, cleaners, house-keepers, gardeners etc. Private farmers also employed droves to work the orchards, plantations, herds, packing sheds and farm machinery. Wages were small but private employers or the state provided rudimentary but virtually free housing, clean water, sanitation, sufficient food, minimal health care and in many cases a school with state salaried teachers for the basic education of the labourer’s children. South Africa’s vast labour force lived and retired under those patronizing conditions of entrenched employment. Some farmers and labour supervisors were harsh or in exceptional cases even brutal but liberal activists, clergymen or numerous human rights groups like the Christian Institute of Race Relations, the Black Sash and sympathetic politicians supported victims in laying charges for injury and labourers were free to move on to other employment. Employers knew very well that optimum production required a peaceful and contented labour force and the white government knew very well that peace, law and order required optimum employment of the people. Conditions were not idyllic under European governance, but crime rates were low and most black South Africans were generally better off than they would have been in other independent African countries. The main critique of this socio-economic system is that the country’s natural resources have never been equitably shared and very few in the working class could ever move up in the hierarchy and better their circumstances.
United States imperialism uses the same formula for success as South Africa, (4) (8) (23) except that the American feudal labour system extends into other countries and particularly those where CIA agents have helped set up pro-American stooge governments, like Colombia, Nigeria, Pakistan and formerly Iran. (2) (3) (9) Inequitable trade relationships between the US [or Europe] and the developing countries ensure that US investors and traders always gain the greater advantage in the trade deals so that the disadvantaged countries can never catch up with and match the wealth and economic power of the US. That makes perfect sense to US investors and traders. To their way of thinking that’s how it ought to be. (8)
Now here’s the crunch. The global technological village has brought everyone into competition for goods, services, entertainment and gimmicks, so those in the east and south also want what those in the west and north enjoy. Decades ago many politicians realized that if all the nations of the world were to follow the pattern of industrialization and economic development of the Western world, the impact on the world’s resources and natural environment would be devastating. (1) The world’s elite know that we can’t all have what they have – four mansions, six cars and an ocean going yacht, even if technological advances were to make this feasible. Here then is the key to understanding the otherwise baffling military and economic policy of the United States. Why do we see the Nazi-like expansion of US forces and weaponry, threatening everyone across the globe during this slump in global economies and markets? (7) (11) It’s always been about power and control over people and resources, especially energy and strategic minerals. (6) (13)
In order to sustain our present standard and quality of living the business world needs growing markets. (15) For growing markets we need either, more nations to become industrialized and technologically developed, or we need growing but non-industrialized and technologically undeveloped populations trading with our non-growing Western nations. At this stage in history we can’t have both global population growth and global industrialization or the world’s resources and natural environment would be overstrained. (1)
Our Western lifestyle has been built on global feudalism and because we [the middle class electorate] are hopelessly addicted to our lives of luxury, entertainment, convenience and security we are incapable of voluntarily dispensing with the systematic economic exploitation of the technologically disadvantaged countries we need to keep feeding and protecting our addiction. (2) (21) And so the global feudal system has to be maintained at all costs. And so we need a global military power to enforce the status quo, hence the mushrooming military industrial complex and deployment of US forces throughout the global village, despite the fact that the financial deficit and foreign debt created to pay for this has gone crazy. (9) (10) (11) (22) But who cares? When you control the greatest military machine on the planet you have no one to fear, not even your Chinese creditors. (12) (17) It’s the creditors who should be trembling in their shoes. Furthermore, we need to slow industrialization and market growth to buy time for scientists to develop the futuristic green technologies and energy efficient systems that will reduce the impact of industrialization, hence the artificially induced credit crisis. (15) (16) And to sell this to the dizzy electorate we need a greenhouse gas theory and a Carbon Tax Scheme to keep slowing industrialization and encouraging alternative energy research. Or if the electorate don’t buy into the scheme, the global military police will step in. (12) Whether the plan will work or not is totally another story, but unless we reach the point of understanding this much, our minds will always remain trapped in the mystifying and captivating myths, theories and smokescreens of THE MATRIX. (14) We cannot escape concluding that feudalism is the natural state of civilization, and is still operating in the 21st century with the same calculated ruthlessness as the Medieval or Roman era, it’s just less blatant but more damaging. (21) (23)
The global elite are truly the gods of our planet and while they continue to control the world’s technical wizardry we can expect a perpetuation of the endless cycles of wars, revolutions, famine, disease, pollution and devastating weather. The man-made CO2 greenhouse gas model has been debunked as speculative hypothesis (22) but fewer scientists are now denying that as industrialization increases and dramatically changes the face of the planet, the weather will change in ways we can’t easily predict and shouldn’t ignore. (18) (19) (20) We need to ask if this is the future we really want? The enlightenment and advance of civilization through science and technology might be a reality for a few but it’s a myth or a worry for everyone else ! It’s time to call the bluff and end the addictions and madness of the past 4000 years or more. The first step in changing the world for the better is waking up to where we’re actually heading today.
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