I’m presenting juxtapositions in this article—a plot taken mostly from very well established sources. Among these are recent comments from ZeroHedge.Com:

“Wealth Of Top 1% Surpasses $100 Trillion: More Than Global GDP And All Central Bank Balance Sheets

“Back in March, when looking at the latest political wave sweeping across Europe, Deutsche Bank’s Jim Reid wrote a report which observed that “it’s hard to get away from the fact that populism is currently going through an explosion in support at present….”

“…[Deutch Bank] focused on Europe…and noted that high double-digit youth unemployment has become a hotbed for anti-establishment sentiment, which has everything to do with the economy, and lack of opportunities….”

“The German bank…warned that the “liberal world order” is in jeopardy, and concluded rather ominously:

“As of now the rise in populism hasn’t yet destabilised markets however we find it difficult to get away from the fact that uncertainty levels are bound to remain high while such power brokers remain in major elections. Indeed the unpredictability of  Trump’s policies is such an example, with the recent tariff threats which have subsequently escalated market concerns about a trade war being one. At a time when global central banks are moving towards an unprecedented era of tightening and dealing with years of massive asset purchases, risks from rising populist support has the ability to seriously disturb the prevailing equilibrium of the last few years and subsequently markets….

“…Simply said, the last decade has seen those who hold financial assets become richer, as markets have lurched higher; meanwhile those without such assets – the vast majority of the middle class – have been increasingly left behind, however, even as wage growth remained stagnant and indebted governments have struggled to provide strong social support. As a result, a great wave of populism emerged as “issues such as wealth and income inequality have started to polarize societies much more….”

What to “take away” from the above? Mostly, “Wealth Of Top 1% Surpasses $100 Trillion…” and, also, “risks from rising populist support has the ability to seriously disturb the prevailing equilibrium of the last few years and subsequently markets….”

In other words, as Jon Rappoport puts it in his brilliant article at NoMoreFakeNews.com:

“A dominant thought-form in Earth civilization today is: universal rule through gigantic, highly organized structures; e.g., mega-corporations that owe no allegiance to any nation.

“Imagine a few thousand such corporations with interlocking boards and directorates; colluding with super-regional governments and their honeycombed bureaucracies; combined with regional armies, intelligence agencies and technological elites; hooked to a global surveillance operation; in control of media; cooperating with the largest organized religions on Earth.

“Imagine all this as essentially one organization—and you see the thought-form in its wide-screen version.

“Top-down as top-down has never been before.

“Functions and compartments defined and specialized at every level, and coordinated in order to carry out policy decisions.”

What is the (ingrained in your brain hipster phrase:) “take away?”

What leaps out at juxtaposition of the two articles, is that banks and financial institutions easily constitute, “gigantic, highly organized structures…mega-corporations that owe no allegiance to any nation.”

Thus, from the two articles it can be concluded that some 1% of Earth’s asset-holders control some one hundred trillion dollars of the Earth’s wealth. And that these mega-corporations are threatened by an upsurge in populism—or “Trumpism.” And that they are working together—in concert—to STOP the “polarization.”

Read: Earth’s most powerful and wealthy stomp the face of any revolt against them. Or, as it has been put before:

“If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face—for ever.” ― George Orwell, in his Masterwork, 1984

Quite simply, what Orwell doesn’t spell out but is there intrinsically, is “the boot” belongs to those massively interconnected and similarly motivated, powerful, wealthy, One-World forces and mega-corportions. Who—with assets of 100 trillion dollars—control 99% of Earth, and can make virtually ANYthing happen that they want to happen.

They can dig holes in the Earth the size of cities; move mountains; build towers to the sky; visit outer space; see in the dark and through walls; fly a bomb through a bedroom window 2000 miles away; recognize your face in a crowd; track you from space; hear and read everything you write and say. And more.

Are you getting the picture yet?

Who said,

“…the underlying theme, as always, is: control…..”



Or, are they the same?