Powerful corporations and state representatives have intertwined and become one and the same, more so than ever before in known history corporate-state corruption has become more organised and pervasive than ever; assuming the role of an all-encompassing intelligentsia.
Super-corporations now supersede western state power, and have done so for the past few centuries.
With usury-toting corporate banking dynasties having successfully forced total state complicity over the past few centuries — major western state powers and their representatives have now been forced, bribed or persuaded to overstep their duty to solely serve the people and national interests.
“A tiny portion of the population controls the lion’s share of the wealth and most of the command positions of state, manufacturing, banking, investment, publishing, higher education, philanthropy, and media… these individuals exercise a preponderant influence over what is passed off as public information and democratic discourse.” — Michael Parenti
Various methods have allowed corporations to influence state power, and as seen today, eventually become state power: in the process enjoying total legal immunity, the luxury of total anonymity, all while reaping the lucrative benefits of state control and sponsorship, and by extension, the backing of the unsuspecting taxpayer.
Full circle: a free market has created a controlled market.
With the rise of corporate centralization such as that seen in banking, big oil and the other wildly successful financial ventures of various powerful families — such influence has transcended private sector business and has now taken on the trappings of statehood — “corporate” and “state” are interchangeable domains of influence, the line between private and public interests is now totally blurred.
How corporate power has exceeded state power:
The state-private balance needs to be redressed.
The dilemma with a capitalist free market, while being essential to our freedoms, and while it has let the human inclination towards the acquisition of resources be used in a phenomenally productive sense — it has also overstepped its role in providing services in the context of healthy competition in the domain of the markets while respecting the exceptional role of the state as the necessary watchman.
“According to the “American Almanac,” the bankers are part of a network called the “Club of the Isles” which is an informal association of predominantly European-based royal households including the Queen. The “Club of the Isles “commands an estimated $10 trillion in assets. It controls such corporate giants as Royal Dutch Shell, Imperial Chemical Industries, Lloyds of London, Unilever, Lonrho, Rio Tinto Zinc, and Anglo American DeBeers. It dominates the world supply of petroleum, gold, diamonds, and many other vital raw materials. These assets serve its geopolitical agenda.
Its goal is to reduce the human population from over 5 billion people to below one billion people within the next two to three generations, to literally “cull the human herd” in the interest of retaining their own global power and the feudal system upon which it is based.”
— Henry Makow, Club of the Isles
The balance of power: the need for social and political multi-polarity.
The integrity of both the roles of corporate power and state power is lacking, and needs to be redressed.
“Their overall economic domination and their campaign contributions, media monopoly, high-paid lobbyists, and public relations experts regularly predetermine who will be treated as major political candidates and which policy parameters will prevail.” — Michael Parenti
Countering corruption in state and society; promoting the forces of freedom, morality & individuality, benevolent uniformity in national principles.
Because you cannot force the human condition to act benevolently in the interests of the public and nation, you must instead promote the forces of this outcome rather than attempt to force such an outcome — socialism, a form of forced Utopian ends did not work and will never work, you must adjust the encompassing factors conducive to human inclination to bring about benevolent social and political ends.
Sparta is a prime example of a state that was largely uniform in its own national interests at both the population and state level, this combination is the best in retaining a uniformity that inculcates an immunity to private transnational interests that lack allegiance to a collective social goal.
The “see-saw” of the human condition and its representation in the world.
The state of sovereign freedom demands the entirety of the human condition with its vices and virtues. The eternal competition between totalitarianism and the individual is a war that shall always be fought so long as the human condition remains as is.
This “human condition” includes our predisposition to malevolence, as well as our ability to be benevolent, throughout history the better (or worse) sides of human nature have been represented in varying degrees. The ongoing challenge is to keep social individualism and general benevolence as the dominant collective traits of society, rather than fractious totalitarianism and general malevolence.
“Human nature is complex. Even if we do have inclinations toward violence, we also have inclination to empathy, to cooperation, to self-control.” — Steven Pinker
The mistake of political and social revisionists, revolutionaries and idealists has always been that they fail to see that the human condition is one of fluidity and relativity rather than of constants and absolutes. You can never hope to offer a fix-all solution, you can only hope to aspire to the form of collective excellence.
The base consciousness of humans is highly malleable, this principle is a tenet of Freemasonry. Hence the tendency of the Overton window (general public opinion) to move rapidly in a short space of time.
No political or social system will be a definitive solution.
Our politics and our institutions can be fine-tuned, but the world is defined, fundamentally, by the inclinations of the general populace, for better or for worse, the social zeitgeist of the roots (the public), defines what grows from the roots (the state).
“It has been said that all Government is an evil. It would be more proper to say that
the necessity of any Government is a misfortune. This necessity however exists; and
the problem to be solved is, not what form of Government is perfect, but which of the forms is least imperfect.”
— James Madison, to an unidentified correspondent, 1833
We must increase the frequency of benevolent leaders; i.e. Muammar Gaddafi, John F. Kennedy, Vladimir Putin, and reduce the populations’ inclination to producing the contrary qualities of compromised leadership. The fact all of these men were or are being targeted by hidden hand forces. For example, President Kennedy was shot dead in the streets of Dallas by the closely coordinated rifle fire of a team of deep state hired guns.
This proves we have a lack of balance between the forces of stability and chaos in this world, something that needs to be addressed.
A call for grassroots social change.
At the same time, a vigilant, smart and educationally equipped population is a vital force in regulating the state and other manifestations of substantial power, and if necessary, for overthrowing and replacing such instances of compromised power.
The level of general objective awareness in a given society is proportional with its stability.
“A society which permits dissent and does not impose conformity is in a far better position to be aware of, and to correct, serious social problems.” — Cass R. Sunstein, Why Societies Need Dissent
Popular adherence to objective, rational and empirical principles ensures uniformity and consistency in accurately discerning and auditing such power.
For example, the current populace has not realized they inhabit a system which clothes rascals in robes and honesty in rags, the lack of an informed population is self-evident, what is called a “multi-polar society” is actually uni-polar.
“Those who would give up essential liberty, to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety.” — Benjamin Franklin
How can society and the state be changed? The holistic solutions.
- Streamline the state’s role: A restructuring and cutback of state power is required to lessen its capacity for corruption. A hardline minarchist & constitutional structure of government is necessary.
- The electorate must be better educated on the various stipulations of electing politicians: demonstrating critical thinking skills, political knowledge, and a sound level of general awareness in order to be eligible to vote. Promotion of individual study in school. Individual education naturally holds all substantial power-wielding entities to account. Reduces impressionability of electorate.
- Official independent secret investigative intelligence agency to actively evaluate and identify corruption in elected officials at all times, this will hold all substantial power-wielding entities to account.
- Freedom of speech: representation of all outlets (not relying on mainstream outlets to be balanced themselves) adequate representation of independent media. Naturally holds all substantial power-wielding entities to account.
- Promotion of a uniform public morality, a “higher collective pursuit”, such as Christian traditionalism, active discouragement of self-centered pursuits from cradle to coffin. Naturally holds all substantial power-wielding entities to account.
- Follow the Jeffersonian line of ‘Peace, commerce, and honest friendship with all nations, entangling alliances with none.’
- Competent grassroots candidates must be represented.
- Misconduct in public office to be made a statutory criminal offence.
- Promotion of a positive, balanced state of nature that will thus underpin society as a whole, education of population to understand this.
- Eugenics: promotion of healthy genetics to bring parity between all people as much as possible as genes are significant predetermining precursors of national success, failure and everything in between. Positive genetic traits to be engineered and interwoven in the fabric of society. Reduces impressionability of electorate.
- All instances of corporate-state crossover, i.e. The Federal Reserve and all other instances of such corruption to be revoked, the perpetrators dealt with accordingly.
“Most intellectuals today have a phobia of any explanation of the mind that invokes genetics.” — Steven Pinker