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G20: Monkeys in Suits Run AmokErsun Warnke Salem-News.com Business/Economy Reporter
Protest gives these people more dignity than they deserve. Pure mockery is the more appropriate response.
(EUGENE, Ore.) - Coverage of the G20 "summit" (nadir might be a better term) in the corporate press is noticeably subdued. Thanks to Democracy Now for providing some insight into the ongoing debacle of corporate "globalization."
The video provided by Democracy Now shows very clearly what an affront to civilized society organizations like the G20 truly are. These videos show heavily armed military police, reportedly costing Canada in excess of $1 billion dollars, fighting with their own countrymen in the streets to protect a secret and illegal meeting of self appointed global elites from being disrupted.
I say that the G20 is illegal simply because it is. Certainly within the U.S., our elected representatives have no constitutional authority whatsoever to make policy in an extra-national and unconstitutional debating body.
When the G20 announces that they are setting goals for "deficit reduction" this becomes an illegal and unconstitutional policy if and when it is applied in the U.S. Neither the President, nor any other elected official, has any authority whatsoever to formulate policy in a group outside of our Constitutional structure.
The G20 is not a "group of nations." It is a group of criminals conspiring to subvert their own nations' constitutions and laws for their own personal benefit, and the benefit of those who they represent.
The G20 is ostensibly concerned with economics and trade, and for decades the claim has been that they are interested in "free trade." The free-trade/free-market farce has been picked to the bone long ago.
As an economist I can say quite conclusively that the policies promoted by the G8/G20 and other illegal extra-national policy making institutions have nothing to do with free markets.
What the "globalists" truly advocate is not free-markets and free-trade, but an international economic hegemony dominated by monopolists. These groups are all fronts for corporate monopolists seeking to shape the laws of nations around the world to stifle any opposition, either in business or politics, to their monopoly positions. The leaders of this effort come first and foremost from the U.S., with other European nations playing a major role.
This is not a governmental policy, or a policy of the people of these countries, but a policy of the corporate elite within these countries. The individuals who take part in the G8/G20 are not only conspiring against the other countries of the world.
They are conspiring against their own countrymen and their own governments. To call the G8/G20 a cabal, or a conspiracy of criminals, may seem harsh, but this is only an objective dictionary definition of their conduct.
They are people who meet in secret, with no legal authority, and work together to alter the laws and policies of their respective nations through extra-legal means.
It is no wonder then that these criminals cannot even hold meetings in their own countries without the protection of thousands of military police, frequently operating under orders that clearly violate their host countries' constitutions and laws.
I call the attendees of the G8/G20 nadir "monkeys in suits" because they collectively demonstrate the intelligence of primates, and their chosen method of compensating for their intellectual deficits is by wearing expensive costumes.
While these monkeys live out their fantasy of a global empire, the system of industrial production that made that fantasy seem like a possibility is visibly falling to pieces all around them.
They are well on their way to becoming emperors of a landfill, and little more. Events like the G8/G20 summit, staged at a cost of billions, only contribute to the demise of their participants. They gather together and put on display to the world their ignorance, arrogance, and weakness.
What kind of "democratic leader" needs an army to protect them from their own citizens? These people cowering behind mercenary armies in the face of unarmed students truly demonstrate just how weak their current position is.
They are puppet dictators of banana republics, one and all. Protest gives these people more dignity than they deserve. Pure mockery is the more appropriate response.
Salem-News.com Business/Economy Reporter Ersun Warncke is a native Oregonian. He has a degree in Economics from Portland State University and studied Law at University of Oregon. At a young age, his career spans a wide variety of fields, from fast food, to union labor, to computer programming. He has published works concerning economics, business, government, and media on blogs for several years. He currently works as an independent software designer specializing in web based applications, open source software, and peer-to-peer (P2P) applications.
Ersun describes his writing as being "in the language of the boardroom from the perspective of the shop floor." He adds that "he has no education in journalism other than reading Hunter S. Thompson." But along with life comes the real experience that indeed creates quality writers. Right now, every detail that can help the general public get ahead in life financially, is of paramount importance.
You can write to Ersun at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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