What is ultimately behind so many of the (manufactured) ills currently plaguing the West, from leftist lunacy and gender insanity, to unnecessary lockdowns and wars?
In a word, the ultra-rich – the billionaire elite.
In a series of brisk chapters, Herland — a historian of religions and founder of The Herland Report — traces all the world’s major problems back to the billionaire elite and their use of Marxist repression and social engineering.
While this may seem counterintuitive, Herland makes — and documents — several powerful arguments.
A tiny corporate elite control much can be seen in that even seemingly opposing and competing brands, such as Coke and Pepsi, are usually owned by the same company.
So argues bestselling author, a historian of religions and founder of The Herland Report, and WND columnist Hanne Nabintu Herland, in her latest book, number 1 bestseller on Amazon, “The Billionaire World: How Marxism Serves the Elite.”
The same applies to supposedly opposing “leftist” and “rightist” media. A paltry six corporations control 90% of all U.S. media. As for the political arena, the “richest 0.01% have accounted for 40% of all campaign contributions through corporate donations.”
This writes Raymond Ibrahim in his book review at WND, bestselling author of “Defenders of the West: The Christian Heroes Who Stood Against Islam” (2022); “Sword and Scimitar: Fourteen Centuries of War between Islam and the West” (2018).
The tyrannical rise of groupthink: In short, “These mastodonte private companies completely dominate our way of life, what we eat, drink, watch on TV, what we wear, and who we vote for.”
According to Herland, “82% of all wealth generated in 2017 went to the richest 1% among us, while the poorest world population of 3.7 billion saw no increase in wealth.”
- Zerohedge about Amazon number 1 Bestseller, “The Billionaire World. How Marxism serves the Elite”
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- The Billionaire World: The enrichment of the few while poverty befalls the rest
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- The Billionaire World: The enrichment of the few while poverty befalls the Rest
The tyrannical rise of groupthink: But it’s worse than that; There seems to be a direct correlation between how much poorer the average man gets and how much richer the billionaires get. Writes Herland:
“[T]he richest among us made billions of dollars on the COVID-19 world tragedy, while the world’s poor plunged into unimaginable poverty. … The shutdown strategy made the billionaires’ profit soar. In the span of just a few months in 2020, Bill Gates made $75 billion, Jeff Bezos $67.9 billion, Mark Zuckerberg $37.8 billion, and Elon Musk $33.6 billion.”
Meanwhile, 48% of small business owners in America experienced severe economic turmoil – with fully one-third of them going bankrupt, and with black-owned businesses suffering disproportionately – due to this lockdown that otherwise profited the billionaires. Read more.