(direct copy from documentary subtitles in english)
An 1872 painting called "American Progress" shows a white woman floating across the plains of the American West. White settlers follow her as Indians and wild animals flee. On her forehead she wears the star of empire. In her right hand she carries a school book. As America moves west, thousands of Native American children are forcibly taken from their families and sent to government-run boarding schools. The overt goal is to destroy their way of life.
The term "Conspiracy Theory" carries quite a negative nuance, in the sense that it sounds like too vague, fantastic, paranoid or elaborate to be really true and seems therefore easily rejectable or banished to the world of fairytales, where you can also find the Yeti, the Bermuda triangle or the unicorn.
However, when a story told by authorities has so many flaws, that it is more than clear they are not telling the truth, then the conspiracy is not just a "theory", but an outright fact, even if for lack of exact details or proof, we are moraly (and even legally) obliged to call it a Suspicion. In any case it leaves little or no credibility to those authorities.
There is always a lot ado about the possible negative health impacts of new technologies or products that Big Industry, including Big Pharma of course, continuously comes up with. There are always the pros and the cons, and the medium citizen is always in the middle wondering who is right.
However, we know that Industry will always go as far as they can get away with at any given moment, we know they always employ powerfull lobbies to favour them in public opinion and politics, we know they care more about profit than about the human being or nature and we know they have lied before.
In 1998 Western International Media, Century City and Lieberman Research Worldwide conducted a study on nagging.
Lucy Hughes - Vice President, Initiative Media; Co-Creator, The Nag Factor.
"We asked parents to keep a diary for three weeks and we asked them to record every time-- you can imagine! Every time their child nagged them for a product. We asked them to report when, where and why... "
Susan Linn - Professor of Psychiatry, Baker Children's Center, Harvard
The origin of current European (basically white, monotheist) wealth and the now also dominating white (non-native) British offspring in the former colonies of America and Australia (all toghether known as the "western world"), is no more than the heritage of the wealth that was acummulated over centuries by brutally exploiting both human and natural resources of the supposedly 'non-civilized' native tribes of all other 4 contintents of the world, only to leave them devestaded and unstructured at the end of colonialism, while already forced into western money-culture (see "Schooling the World" documentary).
There is one fundamental hoax that should be set straight for once and for all.
Global society does NOT suffer from "Consumerism", it is suffering "Productionism".
Consumerism is the distracting term that they use to make one think that it is the people who have this WANT or NEED to consume stuff and that for that reason Industry makes the effort to produce and innovate. This is absolutely misleading. In fact, it is exactly the other way around.
However, IMF forgets to include the major economy in the world: the black money, hidden on Tax Havens. According to several sources the secondary, hidden economy could hold as much as a third of global wealth. Taking in account this illegal capital on those Treasure Islands the graphic becomes slightly different.
The Bank Secrecy, used by Switzerland and other Tax Havens (Offshore Banking), actually turns them into mere Treasure Islands, where today's financial Pirates keep their Loot. The existence of these Treasure Islands allows for and stimulates large-scale (institutional, corporate, criminal)Corruption which is the one cause, disease if you will, that generates multiple severe effects, or symptoms, like war, crime, injustice, violation of human rights and destruction of natural environment and the planet itself amongst other.
The great Food & Beverage corporations (clothing and other househould included for the moment), have taken full control over all mayor food and beverage production and distribution as a this dynamic infographic of MSU shows.
"The governments don't rule the world, Goldman Sachs rules the world! Goldman Sachs does not care about this rescue package..."
In a scary and painfully frank interview a freaked out BBC interviewer is visibly shaken when market trader Alessio Rastani predicts that the "Market is Toast." Apparently there is nothing Euro governments can do.
The role of nations, politics, and more specifically of governments, in so-called democratic countries is supposed to be the legal and elected representation of the people of that country and to seek the highest level of wealth and justice for them all.
However, over the last decades the nations have been rapidly loosing their leading role in global affairs to Financial Pirates, stock exchange and Industrial Corporations.
Instead of nations telling industry what to do, now its "the markets" that tell governments, through heavy lobbying, how to behave. This includes law-making, which as such is completely favorable to what large industry requires, even if goes against common sense, the will of the people or global health (planet & society).
Each day more people become aware that the current world system is basically unjust, corrupt and heading to a point of total collapse. This system is dominated by the economy and the financial manipulations of a small ruling global elite of families, banks, Wall Street (stock markets in general) and Corporations or Large Industry, since a few years also publicly known as "the markets", of which we all, individually and collectively, have become more and more dependent over the last decades, without asking for it. The global elite however, is not very righteous or transparent regarding the 'normal' citizens (the 99%), they act without scrupules and they have absolutely no respect for nature or the environment (except for what the pressure of public opinion inevitably imposes on them).