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La verità su Zuckerberg, Bezos e l’élite globalista

18 gennaio 2019

«In an interview with Bloomberg TV, Anand Giridharadas placed the blame on plutocrats like Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and Amazon’s Jeff Bezos for helping to “break the world” with ruthless corporate agendas that helped monopolize political power in the hands of the elite…leaving the rest of the population with deep-seated feelings of frustration as the usual avenues of social mobility have been closed, and people feel more powerless to change their future.

By building a product that has helped undermine the American Democratic process, Zuckerberg has helped steal the future from the average American, Giridharadas said.

“The story of our time is that the people who have monopolized progress and stolen the future from the people…are the change agents. Mark Zuckerberg, who is one of the great change agents of our time, has compromised American democracy…and has stolen the future…the financial industry…which caused the crisis…has rebranded itself with CSR…and little programs to empower some people here and empower some people here…Amazon another monopoly…”

His hosts interrupted him. Are you advocating anarchy, they asked?

“No”, he replied. “‘m advocating the restoration of Democracy in the US and elsewhere where you actually have leaders who reflect the aspirations of regular people.”

And this can be accomplished, he said, if voters embrace populist policies and stop “believing the BS [bullshit, in italiano: stronzate, cazzate, nota mia]” propagated by the elites – BS like the notion that Silicon Valley tech firms are working “for the greater good” or that the financial services industry has somehow fundamentally reformed its behavior since the crisis, or that special interests don’t exercise unfettered power over the political system.

I think it ends when people stop believing the BS. Every age of savage unequal distribution has its own BS…if you watch Downton Abbey, there was a set of feudal beliefs that held the whole society together [il neretto è mio].”»

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-01-17/its-reunion-people-who-broke-world-author-explains-why-davos-should-be-cancelled

Anand Giridharadas ha perfettamente ragione, sono cose che scrivo da tempo in questo blog, vedi per esempio:

Confermato: Soros e Zuckerberg sono alleati

https://luigicocola.wordpress.com/2016/12/27/confermato-soros-e-zuckerberg-sono-alleati/

Il delirio mondialista di Mark Zuckerberg

https://luigicocola.wordpress.com/2017/02/18/il-delirio-mondialista-di-mark-zuckerberg/

Perché Mark Zuckerberg e Jeff Bezos sono globalisti?

https://luigicocola.wordpress.com/2017/05/21/perche-mark-zuckerberg-e-jeff-bezos-sono-globalisti/

Mark Zuckerberg è un pericolo per tutta l’umanità

https://luigicocola.wordpress.com/2017/08/02/mark-zuckerberg-e-un-pericolo-per-tutta-lumanita/

La tracotanza dell’élite globalista deve essere stroncata dal popolo

https://luigicocola.wordpress.com/2018/09/01/la-tracotanza-dellelite-globalista-deve-essere-stroncata-dal-popolo/

Ma un posto particolare tra gli ultracapitalisti globalisti, personalmente lo dedico a Bill Gates:

Bing sta censurando il mio blog

https://luigicocola.wordpress.com/2018/09/09/bing-sta-censurando-il-mio-blog/

Microsoft censura i miei libri di filosofia politica: questo è nazismo allo stato puro

https://luigicocola.wordpress.com/2018/10/18/microsoft-censura-i-miei-libri-di-filosofia-politica-questo-e-nazismo-allo-stato-puro/

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Perché Mark Zuckerberg e Jeff Bezos sono globalisti?

21 maggio 2017

Nonostante che premi Nobel per l’Economia come Joseph Stiglitz e Paul Krugman facciano indecorosamente e servilmente propaganda mondialista, gettando nel fango la loro dignità e i loro premi Nobel, e nonostante che ultraricchi come Mark Zuckerberg e Jeff Bezos (*) vogliano raggirare il popolo americano facendosi alfieri dell’ideologia mondialista, resta un dato di fatto incontrovertibile, che è questo:

il globalismo, il cui scopo è quello di eliminare lo Stato per mezzo dell’ultracapitalismo, comporta necessariamente che il popolo, cioè tutti tranne una piccolissima élite, viva in povertà.

Così stanno le cose e affermare che senza lo Stato ci possa essere contemporaneamente un welfare state, come ha fatto per esempio, senza vergogna alcuna, Joseph Stiglitz, significa insultare l’intelligenza di chi legge queste baggianate, vedi qui:

https://luigicocola.wordpress.com/2017/05/11/joseph-stiglitz-racconta-menzogne-e-fa-propaganda-mondialista/

Bisogna porsi una semplicissima domanda:

il popolo degli Unites States accetta la povertà?

Certamente no, finché esisterà la democrazia negli United States, cioè finché il popolo americano potrà votare.

Il potere della propaganda ha dei limiti (soprattutto nell’era di internet) che non possono essere superati.

Quindi o negli United States vengono abolite le elezioni e l’élite impone al paese una dittatura esplicita o l’ideologia mondialista cadrà.

Quello che Arnold J. Toynbee denominò a suo tempo “proletariato interno” farà cadere il globalismo, come avevo scritto in un mio post del 7 marzo 2016:

https://luigicocola.wordpress.com/2016/03/07/perche-il-mondialismo-durera-meno-del-comunismo/

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16 Jan 2017

Deborah Hardoon

AN ECONOMY FOR THE 99%
It’s time to build a human economy that benefits everyone, not just the privileged few

New estimates show that just eight men own the same wealth as the poorest half of the world. As growth benefits the richest, the rest of society – especially the poorest – suffers. The very design of our economies and the principles of our economics have taken us to this extreme, unsustainable and unjust point. Our economy must stop excessively rewarding those at the top and start working for all people. Accountable and visionary governments, businesses that work in the interests of workers and producers, a valued environment, women’s rights and a strong system of fair taxation, are central to this more human economy.

“It is four years since the World Economic Forum identified rising economic inequality as a major threat to social stability (1), and three years since the World Bank twinned its goal for ending poverty with the need for shared prosperity (2). Since then, and despite world leaders signing up to a global goal to reduce inequality, the gap between the rich and the rest has widened. This cannot continue. As President Obama told the UN General Assembly in his departing speech in September 2016: «A world where 1% of humanity controls as much wealth as the bottom 99% will never be stable.»

Yet the global inequality crisis continues unabated:

•  Since 2015, the richest 1% has owned more wealth than the rest of the planet (3) [il neretto è mio].

•  Eight men now own the same amount of wealth as the poorest half of the world (4) [il neretto è mio].

•  Over the next 20 years, 500 people will hand over $2.1 trillion to their heirs – a sum larger than the GDP of India, a country of 1.3 billion people (5).

•  The incomes of the poorest 10% of people increased by less than $3 a year between 1988 and 2011, while the incomes of the richest 1% increased 182 times as much (6).

•  A FTSE-100 CEO earns as much in a year as 10,000 people in working in garment factories in Bangladesh (7).

•  In the US, new research by economist Thomas Piketty shows that over the last 30 years the growth in the incomes of the bottom 50% has been zero, whereas incomes of the top 1% have grown 300% (8).

•  In Vietnam, the country’s richest man earns more in a day than the poorest person earns in 10 years (9).

Left unchecked, growing inequality threatens to pull our societies apart. It increases crime and insecurity, and undermines the fight to end poverty (10). It leaves more people living in fear and fewer in hope.

From Brexit to the success of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, a worrying rise in racism and the widespread disillusionment with mainstream politics, there are increasing signs that more and more people in rich countries are no longer willing to tolerate the status quo [il neretto è mio]…”

http://policy-practice.oxfam.org.uk/publications/an-economy-for-the-99-its-time-to-build-a-human-economy-that-benefits-everyone-620170

Vorrei far notare quanto segue.

«Eight men now own the same amount of wealth as the poorest half of the world» afferma il suddetto Rapporto Oxfam 2017 (disponibile in inglese, francese, spagnolo e portoghese).

E chi sono costoro?

Ce lo dice questo articolo di internazionale.it (16 gennaio 2017), intitolato Otto uomini possiedono la stessa ricchezza di metà della popolazione mondiale:

«Al momento otto uomini possiedono il corrispettivo della ricchezza del 50 per cento della popolazione mondiale. Ecco gli otto miliardari: Bill Gates (75 miliardi di dollari), Amancio Ortega (67 miliardi di dollari), Warren Buffett (60,8 miliardi di dollari), Carlos Slim Helu (50 miliardi di dollari), Jeff Bezos (45,2 miliardi di dollari), Mark Zuckerberg (44,6 miliardi di dollari), Larry Ellison (43,6 miliardi di dollari), Michael Bloomberg (40 miliardi di dollari).»

http://www.internazionale.it/notizie/2017/01/16/otto-uomini-ricchezza-oxfam

Sorge irresistibilmente il dubbio che individui come Mark Zuckerberg e Jeff Bezos abbiano abbracciato l’ideologia mondialista solo e unicamente per conservare (e possibilmente anche accrescere) la propria sproporzionata ricchezza.

Insomma, perché dobbiamo imporre il globalismo (cioè la povertà) a tutto il mondo, magari usando le armi nucleari contro la Russia, dato che essa (giustamente!) si oppone al globalismo (ed essa certamente contrattaccherà usando il suo formidabile arsenale nucleare)?

Semplicemente per far conservare a Jeff Bezos il suo capitale di 45,2 miliardi di dollari e a Mark Zuckerberg il suo capitale di 44,6 miliardi di dollari.

Ecco perché.

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