Accenture Spells Out Next Stage of Manipulated Globalism
Live from the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland, Mark Spelman, Managing Director, Strategy - Accenture, shares insights from a new Accenture study - Fast Forward to Growth: Seizing opportunities in high-growth markets. − YouTube
Dominant Social Theme: Globalism is the natural evolution of the current sociopolitical and economic environment.
Free-Market Analysis: Live from Davos – as if that's supposed to make us impressed – someone called Mark Spelman provides an unsettling vision of what the world's elites have in mind for the next ten years.
A quick summary of the video presentation provides us with numerous power elite dominant social themes – those fear-based promotions that frighten middle classes into giving up power and wealth to designated globalist facilities like the UN, IMF, World Bank, etc.
In this case, Spelman is using the language of power elite promotions to structure a world that flows logically from current globalist developments. These developments – such as the growth of the economies of the BRICs – seem logical but are actually manipulated occurrences.
We know they are manipulated because it is the elites themselves that control the central banks that provide growth via printing money from nothing. The Anglosphere power elite can create growth in virtually any country that it wishes to by impelling the local banking authorities to print money.
In Brazil, India, Russia and China – all countries with high growth rates – the rate of price inflation is high, too, a dead giveaway that central banking money printing has been brought to bear.
The question may be asked, then ... why didn't this growth happen sooner? One needs to look at the patterns of what we call elite "directed history."
Throughout the 20th century, the elites created what we will call a Hegelian Dialectic between the so-called "free" West and the "Communist world." This is not speculation.
Lift the curtain of history and peer into the reality of 20th century events and you shall find ample clues as to the culpability of the Anglosphere (powerful Western banking families and their enablers and associates) regarding the funding and organization of communism and its leadership.
In the late 20th century a decision was apparently made to combine the thesis of Western economies with the antithesis of communism. As a result, in our view, the USSR "suddenly" collapsed and ChiCom leaders "made" a decision to move toward a market-based society.
People cannot conceive of history being controlled at this level but really it is quite simple. If a few great families control trillions, even tens of trillions, via central banking (as we believe they do) then Money Power itself must logically attract outsized power around the world.
It is not too much of a stretch to believe that the great Anglosphere families that control central banks have counter-parties with which they do business in Russia, China, India, etc. We are only several centuries removed from a time when Britain (and its top families) formally or informally ruled such countries as India and China.
The Anglosphere has held sway the world over in the past. Why shouldn't certain relationships continue to flourish? If one grants that the reality of the world is a good deal less chaotic and more "planned" than we are being led to believe, then the rest of the pattern the world is currently exhibiting becomes clear.
What the powers-that-be are driving for now is a kind of "synthesis" that is the result of combining the systems of communism and capitalism together. The result is to be a quasi-authoritarian sociopolitical system (call it "capitalism," nominally) that spreads across the world.
In order to spread this sort of capitalism worldwide, the living standards of so-called developed countries must be eroded while the standards of developed countries must be raised. This is going on even now via central bank money-printing and trade treaties that are advantageous to the BRICs.
It is no coincidence, in our view, that while the BRICs are prospering, the West is continuing to fail. The same central banking phenomena that the elites use to benefit the BRICs and the developing world is being used to destabilize the West.
The so-called sovereign banking crisis was, in our view, very likely an entirely staged maneuver. It begs common sense to believe that the elites that control central banks – and thus the entire banking system – were not aware that the torrent of lending to the impoverished PIGS would only end up in tears. As it has.
Now enter companies like Accenture with studies that build on the faux-economic developments that we are witnessing in the 21st century. From the study, we learn that most "multinationals" are positioned to take advantage of the "growth" of the developing world but are yet uncertain.
At the same time, we are informed that such growth is manifesting itself powerfully, with the trade between developing countries soon to overtake the trade between developed ones. Brazil's largest trading partner, we learn, is China.
We are also told that in various developing countries, the number of households earning over US$50,000 is set to double. Look beyond China and India − "8.5 trillion" of growth income is becoming available in the developing world that will represent significant new opportunities to multinationals.
Finally, we learn that multinationals must identify various non-national segments of global growth (look beyond national borders, in other words) to "diaspora groups" that are located in "cross-border" environments.
Multinationals must acquire the proper "leadership, skills and partners" to implement tomorrow's successful business strategies.
It all sounds very logical and rational until one realizes that multinationals themselves are entirely artificial concoctions of regulatory and legal decisions. Without the force of law, multinationals would not exist, certainly not in their current manifestations.
As for the BRICs and their "progress," we've made the case over and over that the same elites that are conspiring to crush the US and Europe have done all they can to assist with the rise of the BRICs via incredibly stimulative monetary policy.
We're simply not supposed to notice, apparently, that China's real estate bubble is so out control that the country is building entire empty cities and dotting the horizon with dysfunctional railroad facilities.
We're not supposed to remember that "governments" are in charge of emigration and immigration. If entire populations are migrating from one nation to another, that's not an "evolution" but a deliberate political policy.
In fact, the Anglosphere elites that want to build global governance are manipulating the world's economy in order to make globalism a self-fulfilling prophecy. It is supposed to seem like a rational outgrowth of a worldwide economic development, but it's not.
(Video from Accenture's YouTube video channel.)
Posted by EUbrainwashing on 01/30/12 10:07 AM
This is part of a business plan that reaches far deeper than trying to "meet the challenges of the next decade". There may well be those, ideologically lead perhaps, who believe globalisation and corporatise world governance utilising 'scientific control' is the best, or perhaps only, solution for mankind; they are drawn to this conclusion through a variety of means. Those who recognise, and act against, the falsehood of the inextricable momentum to global union are doomed to be sidelined, ridiculed, ignored or eradicated.
This 'business plan' is an inextricable self-perpetuating monster, the head of which is so obstructed from view it is hard to resoundingly identify with certainty; the elites have patsies, their patsies have their patsies too. But those we take to be the elites may themselves just be patsies, permitted to act in relatively plain view, acting for and on behalf of behalf a entirely concealed ruling oligarchy.
Whichever way it is the goal cares not one jot for humanity; humanity is just the livestock. The nations are just the tax-farms; a system designed just to optimise the yield from the tax-slave herd. The problem is 'rogue' nations. Nations who base their currencies in gold. Nations that have sovereign central banks. Nations who oppose the ambitions of the global corporations, the elites and their prospective master.
Humanity can suffer. The motive of this monster it matters not. Only suffering that causes resistance to their ambitions will be moderated. The in excess of one million innocent civilians of Iraq who, according to the well founded Lancet report, died as a result of the Bush/Blair/NeoCon illegal war against their nation understand what this means. But their voice will not be heard. They will not be recognised in the propaganda system we can broadly identify as 'mainstream media'.
Why should the Iraqis count any less than the people of (so called) western nations. They do not. We are spared only so long as our governments keep moving in the prescribed direction. All resistance and threat, one way or another, ends-up 'dead in the woods'.
And whilst this system is allowed to progress its Fabian agenda it is only to become more dangerous, more oppressive more controlling. It will progress until we are all under the cosh and till we do not understand or recognise what has become of Humanity.
Posted by EUbrainwashing on 01/30/12 08:34 AM
I do concur with the full synopsis of this article but will be interested to gain a clear understanding/definition of how multinationals:
A) are entirely artificial concoctions of regulatory and legal decisions
B) would not exist in their current manifestations without the force of law
C) would manifest if they did exist but without the force of law
Qualification is desirable for such assertions.
I can suppose that, with different regulatory and tax cultures about the world, multinationals can play one business environment off against others; e.g. subcontract production to a market where child labour goes unchecked and stash the profits in tax-havens like Bermuda. That gives them multiple advantages over smaller operators burdened with local market restrictions.
Likely too; multinationals have the power to foster sympathetic terms with governments that suit themselves but serve to limit the ability of the free market to foster competition.
The same goes for my learning of the references which demonstrate that "the elites created - a Hegelian Dialectic between the so-called "free" West and the "Communist world" is not speculation.
Perhaps there are some core DB articles that identify the references for these fundamentals.
Posted by saxman7 on 01/28/12 11:08 PM
II fail to believe that because someone has money that they are "better" than someone who has not. They simply have more money. I believe that what the elite are failing to realize is that control will stifle creativity more often than not. And yet they do this intentionally to gain more control. I believe that should they just stop trying to influence everything and lift restrictions and keep out of the creative process then the people will rise to meet the challenges of the next decade on their own. Intentionally taking the USA down will not raise the standard for a third world nation; it will only lower the standard for everyone. The greed of the few is the problem, not the solution. Global corporations are like Frankenstein's monster, they can be controlled for a short while but always come back to kill their creator. These are simple historical facts. Now to get it through the heads of people who are used to being the "boss"? It's their nature that is destroying economies and nations. It is not the fault of simple people just wanting to live out their lives in peace and tranquility.
Posted by seanmPWH on 01/28/12 08:56 PM
How to defeat globalism? Globalists are basically rebuilding the Tower of Babel, from this example it goes to show globalism is defeated by breaking lines of cooperation between nations. We can start in U S of America by dissolving the Federal government and allowing the states to become separate nations. The European nations must denounce the EU and reassert nationalism. Individual nations can further prevent globalization by limiting the amount of business any corporation can do in their country, e.g. Walmart can only open and operate 6 stores. If corporations are not limited then they will take over by multi-national stealth, thereby constructing a world where nations are insignificant.
Posted by WD on 01/28/12 03:11 AM
Is this the same DB that told me Brazil was a basket case?
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And your point is? ....
Posted by seer on 01/27/12 09:37 PM
"If one grants that the reality of the world is a good deal less chaotic and more "planned" than we are being led to believe, then the rest of the pattern the world is currently exhibiting becomes clear." Out of planning, Chaos/Entropy ?
"What the powers-that-be are driving for now is a kind of "synthesis" that is the result of combining the systems of communism and capitalism together. The result is to be a quasi-authoritarian sociopolitical system (call it "capitalism," nominally) that spreads across the world."
One combines two opposing economic systems into one sociopolitical system abet quasi-authoritarian? Advanced economic nations generally got there through protective tariffs and often State Owned Enterprises which are/were somewhat socialistic. It was only in the 70s after planting the idea and nurturing it with an explosion of Lobbyists in Washington, that the USA embarked on a "free trade" mandate (which is not really fair to developing countries who may benefit some in the short run, but remain doomed to a low ceiling of development.
Now I am only talking about England, Germany, France, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan. Indonesia,India and China. In Hong Kong the government owned most of the Land in order to control housing.
The richest countries do account for most of the world's output (around 80%), and conduct about 70% of world trade and make upwards of 90% of all direct foreign investments but these same rich countries fostered their own growth under protectionism to give their vital industries time to mature.
The current trade rules favor the rich countries at the expense of the poorer countries. The simplest explanation is often the preferred theory and I see INCs (International Corporations) using their weight to gain trade advantages.
Posted by penelope on 01/27/12 08:16 PM
You seem to imply that God is ordering it, which He is not. The elite are evil and woud appear to think that they are gods. I do agree though that yes, in the end, after Mankind has run amok, He will intervene, from what I am reading in the Bible.
Posted by chad2 on 01/27/12 03:22 PM
You give the elite too much credit. Yes, all you see is ordered, but not by them. Don't you realize that even evil is God's servant? God is ordering this so that in the end He wins and gets the greatest glory!