Servants to the Billionaire Elites: The foolishness of our leaders: Megathreats, deglobalization and the end of European greatness: Getty Madrid 2022

How Nation State Governments are turned into Servants of the Billionaire Elites

 

In history, Western politicians were voted into office in order to protect the interests of the people. Their job was to defend national borders, secure citizens’ rights, provide justice and guard national resources from outside predators. 

In order to avoid that the upper classes corrupted the system and found ways to expropriate national assets into their own hands, it was a forefront ideal to divide the power into independent branches of government.

Servants to the Billionaire Elites: This was regarded as a guardian against the abuse of power by the wealthy, but also from autocratic politicians. The French philosopher, Charles Montesquieu (1689–1755) is famous for defining the need for the separation of powers between the legislative, the executive, and the judicial branches of government, writes historian of comparative religions, Hanne Herland, founder of The Herland Report and its corresponding YouTube Channel.

In a state that promotes liberty and democracy, these three have to act independently in order to prevent abuse, so that the interests of the nation would remain forefront.

 

Servants to the Billionaire Elites: Book The Billionaire World Hanne Nabintu Herland How Marxism Serves the Elite
Servants to the Billionaire Elites: “The Billionaire World. How Marxism serves the Elite” is the latest book by Hanne Herland. “A keen observer of current trends, Herland connects the many global dots to expose the war of subversion the Marxist Left is waging against civilization in her latest must-read book.” Best-selling author, Middle East expert, Raymond Ibrahim. Buy it here!

 

Servants to the Billionaire Elites: His book, The Spirit of Laws, is one of the great works in the history of political theory. It became perhaps the most important piece of political writing of the 18th century, writes Encyclopedia Britannica. It inspired both the British Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen (1789) and the Constitution of the United States (1789).

This system would, for example, ensure that politicians running for Congress were not paid for by the same corporations that they would later serve as members of that body, as this would lead to financial attachments that easily could sway his or her loyalty away from serving their local constituency. The job was not to be a servant for corporate interests.

 

RELATED ARTICLES:

 

Servants to the Billionaire Elites: This is, of course, the very opposite system from what we practice in the decadent West today, where the current globalist mega corporations depend precisely on a political system that continually serves the private interests of its billionaire owners and their lobbies—not the people. I point this out in my recent book, The Billionaire World. How Marxism serves the elite.

For example, the 2010 change in the U.S. political system, as the Supreme Court gave private corporations, not only individuals, the right to donate and pay for politicians’ rise to power, has caused the richest 0.01% accounting for 40% of all campaign contributions through corporate donations today. “This has proved to be an excellent investment in wealth preservation”, writes Yanis Varoufakis, Professor of Economics at the University of Athens.

This reversing of the historical ideals that built the West is now threatening to totally end democracy. It is a system that returns us to a feudal structure of overlords upon which the population is dependent and kept in fearful subordination to.

Only the politicians who are willing to carry out the will of the billionaire class will be elected in such a system, as it needs to provide the necessary political changes that will keep global markets across national barriers open and help mastodonte parent companies avoid economic burdens, such as taxation to a given country.

Controlling our politicians and leading bureaucrats is essential to make this work.

The close collaboration now steadily developing between governments and private corporations may easily produce billionaire control over government funds, ensuring lavish access to it. Many politicians tend to originate from humble beginnings.

Servants to the Billionaire Elites: Once in higher positions, some are thrilled to make the acquaintance of the ultra-rich. To travel in private jets, be invited to lavish Davos parties, circulate among the wealthy – is excitingly new to many a politician from a middle to lower class background.

The many photographs of leading politicians greeting, for example, billionaire Bill Gates, posing proudly with him, is a telling sign on how easy it has been for the ultra-rich warm their entry into what these public servants control: Tax-payer funds.

The aim is to have governments become servants of the elite. The trend seems to be to reward weak, bureaucratic politicians with high-paying jobs in NGOs and private corporations after a career in national politics.

Four years later, the politician may have lost an election and is back at her practice as a nurse, or maybe still looking for employment—hoping to be chosen for some position at the UN or a billionaire-dominated non-governmental organizations (NGOs)—while the cunning ultra-rich individual who put tax-payer money to work for his private corporation or “philanthropic foundation” still remains in position and keeps reaping billions from the investment, wielding more power than ever into his own hands.

The separation of powers is now a relic from the past.

 

About the author

The level of censorship in social media and search engines is all-time high. Do like thousands of others, subscribe to The Herland Report newsletter here!

Hanne Nabintu Herland is a historian of religions and bestselling author. She is the founder of The Herland Report and its corresponding YouTube Channel and Podcast. This is a great place to watch interviews with leading intellectuals from across the political spectrum. Herland’s latest book, number 1 bestseller on Amazon, The Billionaire World. How Marxism Serves the Elite (2023) is a razor sharp analysis of how the elites use Marxist repression of the people to achieve their goals. Buy it here. Other books include Alarm, Respect, Det Nye Babylon (2018), Tyranni (2020) and in English – Crime and Refuge (2013), The Culture War. How the West lost its Greatness (2017)Trump. The Battle for America (2020),  New Left Tyranny. The Authoritarian Destruction of Our Way of Life (2020), The Billionaire World (2023). www.theherlandreport.com

Herland Report Newsletter Subscribe

Check Also

Democrats have openly been calling for a Final Solution on Trump problem FOX

Democrats have openly been calling for a Final Solution on Trump problem

  It became cliché that Donald Trump was the embodiment of all evil and needed …

Donald Trump shooting: The closest we've come to WWIII Downplaying the assassination attempt on Donald Trump: FOX.

Instantly downplaying the assassination attempt on Donald Trump: How the despicable Mainstream Media constantly twists the truth

  No doubt there will be a lot of speculation about the assassination attempt of …

Book The Billionaire World Hanne Nabintu Herland How Marxism Serves the Elite
×