The enrichment of the few: Capitalism has been defined as the dominant Western economic system since the collapse of feudalism.
Capital and property was historically privately owned and prices of goods and services were set by the supply and demand in the market, making the art of competition and hard work essential in a system built on ethical standards of trust.
During the industrial revolutions in the 1800s, the historic, global trade-oriented, and trust-based capitalism produced the rise of the middle and lower classes, focusing on the Protestant work ethic and accountability.
This is a point my new book, The Billionaire World. How Marxism serves the Elite: This age where capitalist owners operated in accordance with ethical standards of trustworthiness is over.
The globalist “Capitalism” we have today is of a vastly different character and has developed into a robbery Capitalist system, writes historian of comparative religions, author and author of the new book, The Billionaire World, Hanne Nabintu Herland.
The enrichment of the few: In the current economic globalist capitalist system—a term used here to describe the transnational business model in development since the 1980s—the very opposite result is produced: the enrichment of the very few who now control most of world assets.
In this system, wealth is not redistributed back to the Western worker when outsourcing jobs to China and other cheap labour countries.
With government support from the progressive political elites, whether right-wing or left-wing, the new billionaire class freely engages in the transferring of wealth from the lower classes unto themselves.
Some say we have become the new Soviet Union, with an elite system subduing the people in a very similar manner as what happened in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR).
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The enrichment of the few: Our political leaders have teamed up with the globalist capitalists of the upper classes who also wish for world dominion and the cancelling of nation states, with little protest heard from the inhabitants of the currently weakened democratic nation states—who are rendered voiceless in the mainstream media.
This void after the disappearance of ethics’ requirements has ended up socially illegalizing a nihilist selfishness, greed, and deceitfulness, in addition to denigrating the view of the sanctity of human life.
In a Herland Report interviews on YouTube, “New Left Tyranny: Enslavement of the Working Class,” Dr. Paul Craig Roberts states: “The pendulum has swung to robbery capitalism. The only mark of success is money. How you get it doesn’t matter anymore. I can remember when a billionaire was unknown; now everyone on the Forbes 400 list is a billionaire.”
“We talk about individuals who have 100 billion dollars. That was the stats of the entirety of the federal government when John F. Kennedy was president. You have a system that produces those results, and yet the middle family income in the U.S. has not grown in 20–30 years.”
The cheating culture has developed to the extent that to be a globalist capitalist today is almost equivalent to “scheming to take that which is not yours.” Depriving the lower classes of further income in order to keep wages as low as possible to maximize personal gains is the way to go, all the while, accessing tax-payer money with the blessing of weak government leaders to build one’s own private globalist corporations.
Allowing this to happen is arguably the largest strategic mistake that has spiraled the United States into its current state, perceived by many as a third-world country where the elite takes it all.