Goals of this site

Hello and welcome to this intensely educational, information-driven website. Its main goal is to provide visitors with valuable information about writing, publishing, and marketing books in a dizzyingly complex cosmos of literary endeavor. Much effort is made to reach out to people from all walks of life and to encourage them to rediscover the beautiful world of reading. While everyone was not born with the natural flair for writing, every person should endeavor to spend a portion of his or her time every day reading. One of this website’s principal goals is to introduce its visitors to the wonderful hobby of reading and to encourage reading lovers, reading groups, book clubs, supper clubs, church groups, discussion groups, forums, and homeschooling clubs to work harder at broadening their horizons; in view of introducing a whole new world to the joy and wonder of reading.

Although many of the changes that have come with technology have improved and made life easier and more enjoyable, human society does need to be rewound back to the time when people simply sat down and enjoyed a good book. We’ve lost the virtue of quiet time with books: We’ve given it up for the mad scramble of change after change that has left the world spinning its wheels and crashing into one ditch after another. Perhaps we need to go back to some of the simpler pastimes of the past when life had more meaning and people and things made more sense. In our frenzied rush for change and newness, we’ve lost the real substance and meaning that life once had for all of us. In this regard, life is just like reading a book; in fact, life is a story book sprinkled with obscure moments: And sometimes, we have to go back a couple pages and reread a few murky pages that we did not quite understand initially.

This website also aims at reaching out to writers and book lovers, in view of inspiring them not to get distracted by all the cacophonous noises in the world and to remain focused in their endeavor to extract the maximum amount of life, joy, and meaning from their glorious appreciation of, and love for, books. The world; overcharged with change overload; has become a tenebrous museum of distraction, affray, and wonder. The world’s surging pulse of change, drama, and danger can be very distracting, even to the most focused of people. Such bothersome uncertainties and mental noises can be very disturbing and distracting to most people who would much prefer to live their lives in a world that was livelier, more exciting, and predictable.

In an explosive world of wild swings and unpredictable changes, plugging oneself into the wonderful socket of reading is not escapism from a world that few seem to understand; rather, it is merely finding a cozy hideaway from the clanging, raucous, disturbing noises of the world and its often powerful, unlooked-for electrical storms. Holidaying on the sponge of that sprawling, exotic beach of reading takes one away from the world’s hideous, unnecessary distractions and transports him to an amazing world of quietude and wonder. It is that joyous world that enjoyable reading creates for all those who would withdraw from the angry realm of ruin that the physical world around you has become.

As a writer, I feel a vehement and compelling drive to enthrone the wondrous beauty and virtue of reading. I feel that it is my responsibility to inspire the human cosmos to read—my livelihood depends on people reading my books. With this in mind, I reach out to you authors out there and entreat you to promote your fellow writers’ books and to encourage your whole world to read them. Of course there are many people out there who are writing books who have absolutely no business doing so. If one does not have the natural knack for writing, he should leave it to those who have been endowed with that effortless flair for it—and especially for writing books. The process is long and arduous: It is not for everyone. Far too many non-writers have polluted and poisoned the pool of professional writing with trashy, shoddy, demeaning materials that have brought disrepute to natural literary talent.

Poorly written books stain the natural glory of writing and confuse the marketing process of well written books by folks with that natural gift to write for the world’s appreciation and enjoyment. In life, you either have it or you don’t; and if you do not have natural writing talent, you ought to step aside in order to make room for those whom Providence had blessed with that gift. Find the area where you have been endowed with natural talent from God and concentrate on that, and you will be one happy camper.

Everyone was not born to write; everyone was not born to dance; everyone was not born to sing—we all have different gifts! Everyone was not born with beauty: those who were endowed with the gift of beauty must enjoy it and share it with the rest of the world as Elizabeth Taylor did—and what a wonderful lady she was: She sparkled before the eyes of the whole world. But, you see; that was her gift and she displayed it magnificently before all of us who’ve enjoyed her so wonderfully well. If, however, your talent is writing; embrace it fully; give it all that you have; and watch the gold in it shine and light up the whole world with the glory of your scintillating talent.

A third goal of this website is to furnish its visitors with unique and invaluable information that is unavailable anywhere else in the world. This website endeavors to advise its visitors of the consequences of being left out in the dark about critical events unfolding in the world. This website emphasizes the tremendous import of these events and endeavors to discuss with visitors these critical changes unfolding in the world. The world is quite a busy place, we all are besieged with responsibilities and obligations that keep too many of us running silly; however, far too many people end it all for the simple reason that they were too busy to sit down and figure out what in the world was going on in their hustle-bustle lives.

A surging storm of change has assailed Western societies. And now, the changes seem to come faster than one can breathe; and with them has come a rash of worries about this and that and the other—and most people do not seem to have clue about what is going on in the world. But there is more—much more—to the surging rush of change that has been transpiring in the world. From my point of view, it is rather consequential that people understand the sinister onrush of the age of change in the world and endeavor to put it into its proper context.

What exactly is happening in the world? Is the World coming to an end? Are the crashing streams of change which one sees in the world today signaling an imminent close of the Age of Humanity on the Earth? Suddenly, all the major civilizations of the past—Babylon (Iraq), Egypt, Assyria (Syria), Greece, Medo-Persia, and Rome—are in the news virtually every day. Dramatic and earth-shaking changes are transpiring in the world, and you need to be informed about them, not from some self-serving spin that this website puts on things; but from a pragmatic, objective point of view of what is really going on in your world today. Be not deceived by the fools who say that the news is too negative: Staying abreast with things in the world helps you to put your economic situation into sharper and sharper focus. Stay abreast with the real World News, for the Achaeans and Philistines are coming, and the city of Troy is sound asleep! Much is about to unfold: Don’t be caught off guard and asleep!

In addition to the noble goals of endeavoring to pin every human being on earth to a good book for his reading enjoyment and encouraging authors and book lovers to keep up the good work of producing and promoting good books; this website salutes and applauds the wonderful work of inspirational speaker and writer, Mr. Moulton A. Mayers. Hello visitor, my name is Moulton A. Mayers. The platform that I am endeavoring to build here is not merely designed to promote me as an extraordinary human being: It is designed to promote principles that transmute the world into one large village community where human beings can freely interact and enjoy each other’s company with pulse, thrill, cheer, and alacrity. I am currently on an ambitious journey to deliver to the world at least fourteen books that present a poignant, new spin on exactly how this world works. You see, most people do not even have a clue about how this world really operates and will be shocked when they understand what is going on in the world and how it really works.

The first book in the series, that is due to be released sometime in the spring of 2013, is called Crashing Streams of Change and has been honored with this website’s name. This ground-braking monograph is a must-read for every human being on the earth; or, at least, for all people who are ardently seeking meaning, truth, and change in their lives. Its broad grasp of the false human institutions on the earth and their exquisitely coordinated role in deceiving the human race appeals to a universal audience!

It is the kind book that society’s matrix (or the capsule of society’s masses) needs to read, for the simple reason that the whole world has been deceived by a very vulpine, well organized machine of deceptive people who have been running the world. And they have carefully orchestrated a powerful brainwashing machine of deceit, guile distraction, and sham in order to create the illusion that they are interested in, and have the best interest of, the world at heart. You would be shocked to know how guilefully this world is organized to keep ordinary human beings in the dark about things that every person ought to have known from the very day he or she was born. You would be absolutely stunned! Crashing Streams of Change is a ground-breaking, life-changing game changer!

The book’s purpose is to dramatize and paint a graphic scene of the world as one large, manageable community of people of widely diverse cultures that speak a variety of languages but yet are able to bridge all the manifold culture gaps. Crashing Streams of Change endeavors to break down all the cultural geographic walls and barriers of language, religion, and sociopolitical ideology that often divide human beings. This first volume in the fourteen-book series, of both fiction and nonfiction, endeavors to paint another side of the world that has been overlooked, misunderstood, and sidelined. The fictional elements of the series contain strong, jarring, graphic scenes of mystery and romance. They are a powerful, delightful mouthful of words and a piquant, colorful bundle of giggles and laughs. The strong, driving, surging scenes generate a bellyful of laughs and evoke incandescent emotions. My primary goal here is to paint and poignantly demonstrate the fact that people’s glib, shallow understanding of the world that they think they know so well is; more often than not; quite superficial, misguided, and flat out wrong.

The natural human tendency to obtain knowledge merely by extracting ”as-is” physical information leaves the majority of people obtaining information by just looking at things at face value. This partially explains why so many seemingly intelligent people crash in the world’s many unforeseen, invisible ditches and trashcans. The question might be asked as to why the world that is largely run by very educated people filled with so many problems and unfulfilled people or customers: Though the question is logical and pragmatic, few have taken the time to sit down and really try to understand the tenebrous forces that shape their lives every day in this world.

The answer to the question, of course, is that people are simply too busy with their lives to take precious time to sit down and really try to understand what in the world is going on in their own lives.—you get the picture. The next logical question that one might ask in burrowing into this unfathomed matter is: Why are so many people too busy to sit down and try to figure out what is going on their lives?

You see; in the frenzied rush of our hustle-and-bustle world; billions are washed away in a raging tide of distractions—one that leaves them empty, enervated, spent, and lost in a dark, dense, cruel fog of illusion and blank moments. Groping in this strange, unlighted mist of meaninglessness; most people feel lost and forgotten in their self-made fog of alienation, worthlessness, and despair. The problem here is that virtually all of these people have not taken the time to sit down and figure out what is going on in their lives; moreover, the majority of them have taken their society and the world around them at face value. They take what the Western media tells them and view its contents as law—pure, plain truth.. The truth here is that the contents of the media are not pure, plain truth: They are illusions that are designed specifically to mislead and brainwash society about what truth is and what is really going on in the world.

They reflect the flavor of truth that Western billionaires want society to savor and internalize. This is the reason that so many people are so disillusioned, confused, erratic, and unpredictable. This also explains why so many marriages do not work—they are not designed to work: They are merely mediums within which misguided, confused, deceived people use each other as play toys until the thrill fades away. The Western media does not deliver to society a transparent message of loyalty, faithfulness, truth, perseverance, and love. It’s message is the same everywhere: Have a good time today and forget about tomorrow. That is the wrong message for serious, committed, long-term, family-driven marital relationships.

Billions, trapped in this blizzard of lies, find that their lives do not work and things are not going as planned. Some mystical element has gotten in the way of their success, and things are going downhill—fast! What is going on is that there is a sinister brainwashing machine that is operating in the world to mislead the world’s masses. For this reason, unless people begin to take precious time to sit down and think for themselves, they will continue to be washed away in the world’s flashflood of distractions into ditches of all kinds. The Western media is a titanic brainwashing machine designed to veil the plain, pure truth from the masses’ eyes.

Accordingly, millions are beguiled by the serpentine system of news and education in Western societies. Their public schools, brashly run by lawlessness and moral chaos, are a mere sham. They are a rank mockery of what they were established to do. Phony Western institutions, run by sham engineers, are awash with deceit and slick secret societies. All over the world, the story is the same—empty, confused people betrayed by their societal bosses and leaders. The world’s masses are besieged with falsehood, frustration, confusion, conflict, and ruin because they have not understood some basic facts about how this world really works.

All the sociology and psychology textbooks present a Pro-Western socialization; based on the American model of democracy, capitalism, and freedom. The central notion presented here is that the American model of life is the arch prototype that ought to serve as the gold standard of life and freedom in the world. However, a closer look at American society reveals that the only people who are really free in America are people with lots of money, who can afford high-profile attorneys. It is kind of strange that, in a society where people are supposedly free; most folks live from month to month, cannot afford a good attorney to treat the myriads of injustices that are hurled at them day after day, and cannot afford to get sick. When the full tally is complete about how American society really works; what one finds is that all that talk about life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness is just that—talk. All those wonderful ideals about American society are rank lies.

People who have the capability of life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness in America are only those who have lots of money. Life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness cost money—lots of money; and only the rich in American society can really afford those sumptuous luxuries. The freedom to burn the American flag; destroy classrooms; and disrespect parents, teachers, and the president is not freedom at all: It is a disgrace. True freedom in America costs money. The problem is: Most Americans do not have enough of it because the society’s resources are too lopsidedly distributed.

Most ordinary folks in America do not have the kind of money that is really needed to enjoy life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness; and, by this analysis’ definition, most Americans are ordinary folks who cannot afford the true life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness that is promised in America’s fundamental tenets. They lack the financial substance to live as if tomorrow were an automobile parked on the street. Unfortunately, most Americans now live as if tomorrow were an Aston Martin parked in their gold driveway. And the reason for the day to day worries of American life is that there is plenty of money to go around—trillions of dollars stuffed in the pockets of a few. Ninety-five percent of all the wealth in America is in the hands of only five percent of Americans—and that is the reason that most Americans are not free.

Most of its financial resources are in the hands of a tiny few. But why is it like that? Is it that American aristocrats are greedier than those anywhere else in the world? No, not at all; rather, it is because the world that you see is not what you think it is. It is because most people in the world do not really understand how the world works—and it does not work the way that they think it does. And don’t be fooled and gaffed into thinking that the New World Order is going to be any better. It is at this juncture where Straws Books become a very vital source of invaluable information that clearly explain how the world works and what should be done to change the status quo. You see, things do not have to be the way they are: They are that way because people do not really understand how the world works and how to make it work in a different way.

Globalism in its Proper Perspective

The nascent concept of globalism is a powerful explosion that has taken the world by storm. This titanic force has swept the world off its feet and changed it forever. Globalism has radically changed the human perception of the world and wheeled into focus a smaller and much more integrated world. Accordingly, the earth’s teeming masses have begun to see themselves in ways that are more interconnected and integrated than ever before. Moreover, a flood of technological gismos has played a powerful role in the dynamic transformation of the home of man. Complex computer networks, fax machines, cell phones, and a host of other technological gadgets have facilitated and accelerated the rapid process of transforming the whole earth into one large village which can be travelled within a few days. Cable and satellite television allows one to transmit live events from one area of the world to an entirely different area thousands of miles away in mere seconds.

This type of technological advancement and advantage has transmuted the world into a manageable global community; consequently, one’s sense of space and time has been greatly altered by these dashing technological advancements. In addition, the mind-boggling power of the World Wide Web has even gone a step further in tying the earth’s people to one another, thus creating a keen sense of living in a large human community that is touchable and pragmatic in dozens of ways. However, with all the glory and glitter and pragmatism of the World Wide Web and its tremendous power in interconnecting all the peoples of the earth; the real story of globalism has never been fully explained and told. There is another side to the globalism phenomenon that does need to be addressed and thrashed out.

Prior to the full flowering of the global economy; on a purely secular level, the world was divided into five broad divisions: First, there were technologically advanced countries like the United States and Great Britain. These countries had looted the world’s less fortunate areas that were unable to defend themselves from the guile and fraud of colonialism and imperialism. These technologically advanced societies engaged mainly in secondary and tertiary economic activities. A secondary economic activity is one in which a resource like iron is taken from the ground, processed, and have value added to it. Thus, iron is taken from the ground and turned into an automobile. The industrial process of turning the iron into an automobile adds value to it. The adding of value to these primary resources like iron and coal produced wealth; hence, one of the main reasons that technological developed countries like the United States and France were wealthy. Additionally, these countries also engaged in tertiary economic activities that furnished services to others. These economic activities included services like those provided by doctors, lawyers, dentists, podiatrists etc. Some economists believe that these tertiary services are part of an evolutionary process that all societies undergo from primary to tertiary economic activities.

The second type of division on the earth prior to globalism’s bloom was developing or undeveloped countries. The third was underdeveloped countries, which were a step or two behind undeveloped countries; in terms of the economic process. The fourth division had to do with third-world countries which took on both political and economic dimensions. And the fifth and last division treated fourth-world countries, which were deemed the poorest societies in the world. These included countries of the African Sahel, Haiti, and a few others. Basically, aside the technologically developed countries; all the other divisions were undeveloped economically, lacked significant economic resources, and experienced a sizable amount of political corruption. Most of these countries engaged mainly in primary economic activities, where the people made their living directly from the land itself. Though there was a smattering of secondary economic activities in these countries; they were largely agrarian societies, living directly off the land.

One of the problems that these undeveloped, third-world countries experienced prior to the full flowering of globalism was a rank lack of market for their products; for example, in Latin America and the Caribbean, these largely agricultural economies produced some of the same products and could not find market for them. At the same time, technologically advanced Western countries had no need for the bulk of these agricultural products which they themselves produced. For instance, many Caribbean countries grew sugar cane, but some developed countries also grew sugar; and, those that did not grow it extracted syrup from the maple tree. And this issue of finding viable markets for their products was a spiny and serious problem that divided the broad divisions of countries in the world.

Accordingly, the undeveloped countries in the world remained largely poverty-stricken and undeveloped. In the course of time, this wealth gap began to widen, causing economic instability and social unrest in these former colonial territories. Once the colonial ties with the mother countries were snapped; these economic shells were left largely to fend for themselves, and they experienced a torrid time adjusting to independence from their respective mother countries. However, one of the bright spots of colonialism was a measured effort on the part of the imperial powers to instill Christianity into the lives of their colonists. Once the colonial ties were broken, these countries had to adjust to their new-found independence and learn how to fend for themselves. However, their societies had already been reoriented by the Christian message, and Christianity had fully taken root in these countries.

Unfortunately, just around the same time that these former colonies were becoming new nations all over the world, their former mother countries had begun to reject Christianity just at the point when globalism began flowering. These societies that had evolved strong Christian institutions began to be confused by the injection of naturalism and other antichristian ideas into their major institutions. And, of course, although the mother countries had cut the umbilical cord with their former colonies; these societies were still fundamentally tied to the mother countries from a institutional point of view. The entire institutional infrastructure was that of the mother country. Thus, mother countries still exerted strong influence on their former colonies. The fundamental driving forces behind these new antichristian ideas were the so-called modern science and globalism. These postcolonial societies were fairly tight-knit and very conservative in nature. They were largely monotheistic, Christian societies.

However, the mushrooming growth of globalism quickly began to realign these undeveloped postcolonial societies, introducing Marxian ideology and a fundamentally atheistic form of modern science. Inasmuch as these societies had been starving for market for their agricultural products, many of them welcomed Marxian ideology with wide open arms. Unfortunately, that brought more confusion to these societies than anything else. The Marxian Economic Model largely failed, and thousands of people unnecessarily lost their lives. Then the notion of globalism began to bloom in these countries.

Again, these hurting people in the developing world openly welcomed globalism, hoping that it was the answer to their need for viable markets for their agricultural products. And, in some ways, globalism has greatly helped to open up these backward, undeveloped societies. New markets did open up for their agricultural products, and a stream of business relocations from technologically advanced societies into their backyards turned the tide of things. The relocation of manufacturing jobs from many developed countries to developing ones has dramatically changed their political and economic dynamics. Countries like China, Brazil, and India have been turned into economic giants; and today, these same countries are on track to overtake the United States as the leading economic engine in the world. Oh what turnaround; what a dramatic turnaround!

And yes, globalism has been the ship for which many developing countries have been waiting to come in. It has transmogrified many of these societies from hodgepodges of flimsy tents and shacks into gleaming postmodern cities of the twenty first century. But their spectacular economic, political, and sociological improvements have come at an exorbitant cost to many highly developed, technologically advanced Western countries, and especially the United States of America. Once these formerly backward developing countries recognized that globalism was indeed the ship for which they had been waiting since the end of the colonial era, they moved as swiftly as a rocket in taking care of business.

They embarked on several crucial economic development endeavors. First, they recognized that, above all, Western countries had what it took to expand and develop economically; therefore, they sent thousands of their brightest students to Western universities to learn and master the application of the economic model of Western capitalism. This was done in China, Japan, India, Brazil, and a host of other undeveloped and underdeveloped countries in the third world. Secondly, the economic and political engineers in these undeveloped countries fully embraced, adopted, and implemented the Western economic model. Who were these third-world political and economic architects who adopted the Western economic model of success? Many of them were the same students who had earned Master’s and Doctorate degrees from Western universities. These shrewd social scientists went back to their respective countries, applied the economic model of capitalism, and transformed their societies from backward, pitiful-looking hamlets, villages, and towns into sprawling, glistening cities with enviable skyscrapers towering into the heavens.

While all this economic drama was transpiring in these third-word countries, their sagacious political engineers fanned the flames of progress by extending tax incentives to Western conglomerates and other large corporations. They also backed off on environmental regulation and provided these corporations with an abundant supply of cheap labor. Thus, the combination of tax incentives, business-friendly environments, and cheap labor opportunities translated into a massive sweep of manufacturing and other kinds of jobs from developed countries to those in the third world.

And oh, what a dramatic change that has swept the world! But you see; that is not the full story: there is more—much more. What was the fundamental driving force behind all this dramatic economic success in the third world during the past forty or so years? Why didn’t that type of success happen in these undeveloped countries before? You see; in this world, things are hardly ever what they seem to be. The world is an illusion, and if you take things at face value; you will be soundly deceived. The fundamental driving force behind the jarring economic success witnessed in third-world countries over the past half of a century has been globalism.

Clear your head and think for a moment: Why would the world’s technologically advanced countries want to shift so much of their wealth into the virtual backwoods of the earth? For the most part, these areas were traditionally viewed as unsafe because they were racked by political and social unrest. Yes, the notion that steep tax incentives, cheap labor, and business-friendly environments were made readily available to these giant business entities is a valid one; but these conditions had always existed in third-world countries. The advent of globalism had certainly begun shaking things up in the world after the Treaty of Versailles that ended World War I in June of 1919. Most social scientists would probably agree that the close of World War I marked the inception of globalism; and, for reasons not fully understood by anyone, the stock market crashed in 1929, plunging the world into the worst economic depression on record.

Whether or not the occurrence of the Great Depression at that time was a mere coincidence or directly linked to globalism is highly arguable. However, what is not arguable was that, shortly after this so-called war to end all wars treaty was signed and an acute sense of global community was floated in the air; dramatic economic events unfolded, plunging the world at doomsday’s door. Interrupted by the titanic killing machine of World War II, globalism suffered a terrible setback; and then, its influence was again muffled by the Cold War that unfolded after World War II. However, since the so-called end of the Cold War and the Soviet Union, there has been a blooming flowering of globalism in the world.

The onrush of the computer age, with its host of technological gadgets, has transmuted the whole world into one large, manageable community. And, with many large-scale global threats removed, globalism has grown by leaps and bounds and has exerted tremendous influence on the entire earth. And, quite justifiably; one might ask, “What is wrong with that?” The question is a logical, pragmatic one. However, as has been stated before; things are often not what they seem to be.

Closer inspection of globalism’s flowering in the world has unveiled some very disturbing patterns. First, while it seems as if globalism has dramatically transformed third-world societies; the colorful transformation that one sees with his naked eye has come at a staggering cost to the world, in terms of upsetting and interfering with the earth’s negative-positive feedback mechanism. Two-thirds of the earth’s icecaps has disappeared. Much of this has to do with third-world political engineers’ cavalier relaxing of environmental standards in order to lure manufacturing activities from developed countries. At the same time, many developed countries—like the United States, Russia, and more recently, China—have absconded their responsibility to help preserve life on the earth. They have marginalized their responsibility to cut greenhouse gas emissions to environmentally acceptable levels.

In the final analysis, what we see unfolding in the world is a sinister trend towards globalism and more globalism. Undeveloped countries, under the umbrage of attracting corporate investments, have relaxed their environmental standards; thus accelerating the mushrooming growth of the global climate change problem. Who are the main players behind this relaxation of environmental standards? The henchmen behind this are the executives of large corporations that view the earth as theirs.

Who are these corporate executives? They are the world’s billionaires who view the earth as theirs. Who are the ones resisting environmental control in developed countries? Yes, you have that right—corporate executives. Again, filthy-rich billionaires are the ones calling the shots in technologically advanced countries. What we see here is a sinister pattern of arrogant, billionaires treating the earth as their trashcan in view of manufacturing a crisis of unmanageable proportions in the world. Again, the logical question here is: “Why are they doing this?” A closer look at the picture reveals that these billionaires do have an agenda that runs at loggerheads with the world’s masses’. These dirty-rich people view the world differently from the world’s masses. Their agenda is not what the world thinks it is.

These dashing billionaires are the same people who have relocated sizable amounts of their economic resources from developed countries to developing ones; removing strategically important jobs from these countries, destroying their critically needed middle class, and destabilizing these societies with unwieldy debt that they will not be able to repay. In essence, these billionaires are the same people who have literally transmogrified Western societies into virtual economic trashcans.

What most people do not realize is that, in practically all Western countries, business and politics are like the front and back of one’s hand. The same people move in and out of business and political posts like people at a shopping mall. What all this reveals is a sinister machine of clandestine operations executed by people that have envisioned a particular type of world in which they would rather live; and because they own virtually all the ruby coins in the world, they can practically pull off any kind of stunt that they have imagined. And what stunt are they trying to pull off—converting he world into a colorful slave camp where they determine how many people are alive and exactly how they are going to live in order to best serve their business interests. And how do they plan to pull off this global slave camp stunt—yes, through the eyebrow-raising process of globalism. This process has destabilized Western societies, saddling them with debt that they cannot repay; damaged the delicate fabric of the earth’s environment, stripping the poles of valuable icecaps needed to cushion the problem of climate change; and engendered frightening economic downturns through the vulpine, fraudulent behavior of international banking cartels called central banks.

The sum total of all of these striking changes is the production of a G-Zero World with a gaping power vacuum at the core of it and an ever-widening gap between the rich and the poor. Thus, closer scrutiny of globalization reveals that it is primarily a very effective tool of the rich, causing a jarring widening the gap between “The Haves” and the “The Have Nots.” And this rapidly widening gap has drastically reduced consumers’ purchasing power and the quality of their lives worldwide. Why are Western societal architects so aggressively pushing globalization and what is the reason for their fraudulent, slippery, shadowy movement in and out of politics? You would be shocked to know how this world is really organized. You see; the world that you have come to know and that you think you know so well is not the world in which you live. You live in a world of illusion; but you see, you do not know that. Accordingly, you are not really living your own life: Your life is being lived through the lenses of cunning, coldly calculating societal engineers who do not care a thing about you. Your life is the string that they have tied to your neck: They know exactly how far you can go—and not a step further, and don’t you ever forget that.

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