- Published on Monday, 04 April 2016 09:57
Is online hysteria over revelations in the "Panama Papers" warranted or contrived? Is this another PSYOP?
Selective disclosure is always a concern and, so far, the manner in which information has been disseminated begs some questions: In the first instance, came allegations of corruption by the Prime Minister of Iceland (the only country to jail its senior bankers) and Russia's President Putin, a major obstacle to banking hegemony. Putin has been the spoiler of Structural Elite plans in both Syria and Ukraine. Small wonder that he is under constant attack.
There is nothing particularly shocking in these revelations; anyone paying attention knows well that the City of London is at the centre of the web of offshore industry - it is common practice for companies and individuals to hide their wealth offshore; the system encourages it. Laws and tax practice have evolved to foster and accommodate the demand but it has only recently become common knowledge.
The system is wholly corrupt and corrupting. We all compromise and treat with the system to survive. The weaker and more opportunistic among us play the system to their advantage, at our expense, and the higher you are in the hierarchy, the greater the opportunities and temptations to game the system.
News that those upon whom many have placed their hope are tainted is by no means surprising, however disappointing. The real issue is what is the purpose of the Panama Papers leaks?
Corporate Media Gatekeepers Protect Western 1% From Panama Leak by Craig Murray
Whoever leaked the Mossack Fonseca papers appears motivated by a genuine desire to expose the system that enables the ultra wealthy to hide their massive stashes, often corruptly obtained and all involved in tax avoidance. These Panamanian lawyers hide the wealth of a significant proportion of the 1%, and the massive leak of their documents ought to be a wonderful thing.
Unfortunately the leaker has made the dreadful mistake of turning to the western corporate media to publicise the results. In consequence the first major story, published today by the Guardian, is all about Vladimir Putin and a cellist on the fiddle. As it happens I believe the story and have no doubt Putin is bent.
But why focus on Russia? Russian wealth is only a tiny minority of the money hidden away with the aid of Mossack Fonseca. In fact, it soon becomes obvious that the selective reporting is going to stink.
We are engaged in the final battles of the war over who controls humanity, Rothschilds and the Structural Elite or we, the people?
This is not a new or recent war but has been going on for centuries or even millennia; it is the war of the farmed versus the farmers.
“The Stupidity of Belief”: The Inner Politics and Nature of Mankind Have Not Changed in 7,000 Years by John Kozy
People do not wage war over what mankind knows; they wage war over what they merely believe and that is doubly dumb
So think on this: the Rothschild family has hidden its wealth and power, for centuries, behind agents, nominee companies, foundations and trusts, using the structures and facilities described in the Panama Papers, so much so that it is reasonable to assume their wealth is calculated in $trillions. More importantly, it is the system which is the source of their wealth and power and it is through the system that they exercise their will. The Panama Papers are a classic example of the Heglian Dialectic: distract, divide and discredit the opposition to cement Rothschilds' grip on power and wealth.
We can bay like wolves at the targets put in front of us to make us salivate like Pavlov's dogs or we can think like human beings to dismantle the system which shackles humanity. We can't do both!