Systems

legal crimes: Corona and the corporate wish list

https://www.chapters.indigo.ca/en-ca/books/the-shock-doctrine-the-rise/9780676978018-item.html
get the book: https://www.chapters.indigo.ca/en-ca/books/the-shock-doctrine-the-rise/9780676978018-item.html

after all this catastrophes… if you still have the guts… it might be worth – if you can – investing in this book to support it’s author or watch the documentary for free.

Naomi Klein
Naomi Klein

“trauma used to accelerate the advancement of that corporate wishlist” (have to find the source, it was one of the latest DemocracyNow interviews with Naomi)

about the book:

“Around the world in Britain, the United States, Asia and the Middle East, there are people with power who are cashing in on chaos;

exploiting bloodshed and catastrophe to brutally remake our world in their image.

They are the shock doctors.

Exposing these global profiteers, Naomi Klein discovered information and connections that shocked even her about how comprehensively the shock doctors’ beliefs now dominate our world – and how this domination has been achieved.

  • Raking in billions out of the tsunami
  • plundering Russia
  • exploiting Iraq

this is the chilling tale of how a few are making a killing while more are getting killed.

  • ‘Packed with thinking dynamite … a book to be read everywhere’ John Berger
  • ‘If you only read one non-fiction book this year, make it this one’ Metro Books of the Year
  • ‘There are a few books that really help us understand the present. The Shock Doctrine is one of those books’ John Gray, Guardian
  • ‘A brilliant book written with a perfectly distilled anger, channelled through hard fact. She has indeed surpassed No Logo ‘ Independent

Videos: 2009 Documentary

related: public private partnerships (ppp) mean: sell us your assets cheap – so you can rent them from us – while it is rotting away

which means: ZERO investment into infrastructure (letting the infrastructure rott away while trying to extract maximum amount of profit)

ppp were ALWAYS and ALWAYS will be a catastrophe for the public

https://theintercept.com/2020/05/08/andrew-cuomo-eric-schmidt-coronavirus-tech-shock-doctrine/

above speaking is no less than the long standing ex-CEO of GOOGLE aka Alphabet

“Eric Schmidt, the former chief executive officer of Google, will head a new Pentagon advisory board aimed at bringing Silicon Valley innovation and best practices to the US military, Defense Secretary Ash Carter said on Wednesday.”

” it would give the Pentagon access to “the brightest technical minds focussed on innovation.””

(source)

another source: firstpost.com

Google + Military means:

BigData + innovative highTech KI: to kill people

Eric Emerson Schmidt (born April 27, 1955) is an American businessman and software engineer.

He is currently chair of the

He is known for being the

  • CEO of Google from 2001 to 2011,
  • executive chairman of Google from 2011 to 2015[4],
  • executive chairman of Alphabet Inc.[5][6][7] from 2015 to 2017[4], and
  • Technical Advisor at Alphabet from 2017 to 2020.[8]
  • In 2017, Forbes ranked Schmidt as the 119th-richest person in the world, with an estimated wealth of US$11.1 billion.[9]

(source: Wikipedia)

Google is now officially EVIL

please use DuckDuckGo.com or StartPage.com or Yandex.com (WHY NOT? X-D)

Defense_Business_Board:

DoD and corruption: afraid of budget cuts X-D

“The Board members, to include the Board’s Chairperson, are appointed annually by the United States Secretary of Defense and do not receive any payments for their services.[3]

The Chairs of the Defense Policy Board and the Defense Science Board serve as non-voting ex officio members of the Board.

The Director of the Office of Management and Budget and the Comptroller General of the General Accounting Office serve as non-voting observers of the Board.

In October 2014, Deputy Secretary Robert O. Work instructed the Board to hire consultants from McKinsey & Company to identify wasteful spending.[4]

McKinsey discovered DoD was spending $134 billion, 23% of its total budget, on back-office work, and that the back-office bureaucracy staff of over one million people was nearly as great as the number of active duty troops.[4]

On January 22, 2015, the Board then voted to adopt a McKinsey plan to cut $125 billion in waste over five years.[4]

After Secretary Chuck Hagel was replaced by Ash Carter the next month, however, Deputy Secretary Work expressed he was concerned that the gain from any savings achieved would then be removed from the defense budget by Congress.[4]

Under Secretary Frank Kendall III argued that he could not achieve any efficiencies and, instead, that he needed to hire 1,000 more staff.[4]

Secretary Carter then replaced the Board chairman, classified the McKinsey results as secret, and removed the report from public websites.[4]

In 2016 the DBB provided the model for the Defense Innovation Advisory Board which was established by Defense Secretary Carter during the 2016 during RSA cyber security conference in San Francisco.” (source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Defense_Business_Board)

About Naomi:

“Naomi Klein (born May 8, 1970) is a Canadian author, social activist, and filmmaker known for her political analyses and criticism of corporate globalization and of capitalism.[2]

On a three-year appointment from September 2018, she is the Gloria Steinem Chair in Media, Culture, and Feminist Studies at Rutgers University.[3][4]

“Klein contributes to The Nation, In These Times, The Globe and Mail, This Magazine, Harper’s Magazine, and The Guardian, and is a senior contributor for The Intercept.[76]

source: Wikipedia

Links:

Under Cover of Mass Death, Andrew Cuomo Calls in the Billionaires to Build a High-Tech Dystopia

https://theintercept.com/2020/05/08/andrew-cuomo-eric-schmidt-coronavirus-tech-shock-doctrine/

https://books.google.com/books/about/The_Shock_Doctrine.html?id=cpmRBAAAQBAJ

https://www.democracynow.org/2007/9/17/the_shock_doctrine_naomi_klein_on

David Graeber is an Intelligent human being – an activist – active in occupy wallstreet and so on.

His book – debt the first 5000 years – is a scientific very detailed 534 pages book – but what he misses – what is wrong with debt?

let me tell you what is wrong – with the interest on debt monetary system:

repaying debt is not so easy, not only because of the interest-on-interest effect but also – the money to pay the interest – IS NEVER CREATED in the first place – the game is rigged. (see another great book: Bernard Lietaer “rethinking money”)

Here comes the (simplified but still true) example:

imagine a world where there is only one bank and two shoe companies:

  • company A shoes
  • company B shoes

Bank X is given a loan from the central bank of $100.000 in cash (the central bank is the only bank allowed to issue cash).

The $100.000 Bank X keeps as reserves (10% in reality this would be only 1%).

This allows Bank X to lend out 100% of the $100.000 meaning $1.000.000 or one million in “book money” (money that only exists in the books or in computers).

So Bank X can gives company A and company B a loan of $450.000 to start their business and wants every year a modest rate of 3% interest.

The problem: the 3% interest ($13.500 in the first year) ARE NEVER GENERATED and thus one of the loans HAS to fail.

So after the first year – already $27.000 of interest would need to be paid to Bank X – but because this money was never created in the first place it can not be paid unless…

Company A needs to “extract” money/steal from company B in order to repay their debt or face bankruptcy.

Eventually one of the companies will have to close down – people lose their jobs – and the other company then has a monopoly on shoes – the prices for shoes skyrocket X-D

Because the interest-money is never created, it is not in the game, one of the competitors has to fail so the other competitor can repay the loan.

This is evil.

It is evil because sets people against each other in very very aggressive and evil way and calls it “normal”.

This will create a society of thieves and robbers and this is exactly what we have today.

did you know the “privatization” comes from the the latin word “privare” which literately means to steal? (deprive, rob)

The Goldman Sachs saying: “it is not enough that you win – others have to lose”

is not exactly correctly, more correct would be:

“in order to win – others will have to lose”

because those are the (current rules) of this catastrophic debt based game.

Here is another piece of wisdom: NEVER lend money to family or friends or you will lose both.

instead: if a friend or family member is in need ask them what they need and buy it for them. (help with material not with money directly)

or: give the money as a gift.

never the less Graeber keep up the good work.

Lietaer has unfortunately passed away.

who manages to stay mentally healthy in an crazy environment – has achieved a lot

THE worst side effect of this (financial debt created economic competition) system is: it makes people hate people

think about this: ScenarioA – city

People ransack a store in Veracruz, Mexico, Thursday Jan. 5, 2017. Anger over gasoline price hikes is fueling more protests and looting. Officials say the unrest has resulted in the death of a policeman, the ransacking of hundreds of stores and arrests of hundreds of people. (AP Photo/Felix Marquez) source: https://www.theepochtimes.com/looting-protests-in-mexico-over-gas-price-hikes-turn-deadly_2207462.html

you live in a densely populated area that can not sustain itself without the flow of money.

Your subconsciousness is in constant danger “will the flow of money still work tomorrow?”

Every other human appears to you as a competitor about resources (and if those resources are finite and non-renewable, this of course is true, your subconsciousness is true to you!)

now think about ScenarioB – countryside

in the countryside where there is space (not more than 10x people per hectar = 10000m²= 107639.1ft²)

people might have less money, but they are less stressed, because the “fallbacksystem” (as long as living conditions on this planet are somewhat in balance/climatechange) are right in front of their door

they can always go back to (organic, labor intense) farming and won’t have kill other people for the last can of beans in the SuperMarket (the most possible extreme version of “competition”)

ScenarioC – even more space

The Outback of Australia is hot, yes, but there is plenty plenty plenty of land.

So think about this: You travel the Outback… and there is no house in 1000 miles.

By accident you meet another person.

Chances are pretty good this person is not a outlawed bandit, but just another human being that tries to survive on this planet.

You will be happy to meet and greet and cooperate and help each other.

Because your common enemy is not mankind – but the struggle for survival in nature in the universe against the elements.

You might even appreciate the presence of another human (as long as this human is trustworthy of course).

humans always have been social beings that lived in groups for cooperation

It happened with the invention of money and television that people became ego-centric (the psychological effects of “thinking about money” are studied, they cause egoism)

Everyone wants to have their own house with their own pool with their own television to sit in front of – material wise “rich” but social wise very very lonely “poor” and unhappy (!) (because this damn pool needs a lot of cleaning and there is only ads and shit in tv) X-D

So when you meet another human in the vast spaces of space – chances are pretty good – there will be appreciation.

There are examples where humans have a POSITIVE impact on the environment, just by “being there” and living a an renewable lifestyle.

example: Native Humans of the Amazonas rainforest

as primitive as those people seem to western high-tech cultures and weaponry… it is actually their technological inability to cut down large trees (deforestation) and their inability to produce plastic, that brings about (non-intentional side effect) a livestyle “in balance” with nature – perfect renewable cycles of almostl every material. (because they only use renewable material, except maybe gold)

You could say – it was their primitive lifestyle that saved them – because they were unable to destabilize their own system – which is good.

But of course – if a meteor strikes – they would not have the science to deflect that threat.

So the truth about the perfect balance is somewhere in the middle.

You can ask any native human – they don’t know stress or burnout or mental illness – it just does not exist.

https://terrasenses.blogspot.com/2013/04/
https://terrasenses.blogspot.com/2013/04/
https://www.ladunliadinews.com/2017/10/incredible-images-capture-lives-of.html
https://www.ladunliadinews.com/2017/10/incredible-images-capture-lives-of.html
https://www.ladunliadinews.com/2017/10/incredible-images-capture-lives-of.html
https://www.ladunliadinews.com/2017/10/incredible-images-capture-lives-of.html

just as our ancestors: they had no plastic and used to dispose their biological wastes (from “shit in the forrest” to cooking waste) in the forrest… which “by accident” created very fertile soil called “terra preta