31 May, 2017
Emmanuel Macron as host of the elites' puppets before his election
Another proof that the former Rothschild banker and current French PM, Emmanuel Macron, is definitely the man of the neoliberal establishment to 'keep things in order', comes from the archive of the Podesta emails through WikiLeaks.
Through a letter on Aug. 27, 2015, Matthew Browne asked John Podesta if he, or someone from Hillary Clinton camp, could attend a meeting hosted by Emmanuel Macron (then French Finance Minister), to "develop a successful political and economic narrative to counter the right and populists to the left".
It's impressive that Browne describes a meeting of two sessions, and one of them was entirely dedicated for the purpose above. It appears the elites are terrorized of what they call 'populism'.
This 'mini-Bilderberg' meeting included some important people from the European establishment, who, according to Browne, "They've asked for help bring some US people over, and are keen to get someone from HRC campaign engaged in possible."
Want to let you know PM Valls is hosting a small roundtable (25-30 people) in Paris on October 16/17. It will begin with a dinner on Friday evening hosted by Emmanuel Macron (French Finance Minister) and the following day there will be two roundtable sessions:
Session one will address the challenges of economic globalization and technological development, and be focused on how progressive respond on policy front. Session two will evaluate how progressives develop a successful political and economic narrative to counter the right and populists to the left.
The confirmed participants list is pretty impressive.
In addition to Valls includes: Magdalena Andersson, Swedish Finance Minister, Christine Antorini, MP and former Danish Minister of Education (in the Cabinet of Helle Thorning-Schmidt), Lodewijk Asscher, deputy prime minister, The Netherlands, Bjarne Corydon, MP and former finance minister of Denmark (in the Cabinet of Helle Thorning-Schmidt), Carlotta De Franceschi, economic adviser to Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, Jeroen Dijsselbloem, Dutch finance minister and president of the eurozone finance ministers’ group, Paolo Gentiloni, minister of foreign affairs, Italy, Sandro Gozi, secretary of state, European Affairs, Italy, Mattias Machnig, secretary of state, economy and energy, Germany, Emmanuel Macron, minister of economy, industrial renewal and information technology, France, Peter Mandelson, president of Policy Network, Jean Pisani-Ferry, French government's commissioner-general for policy planning, David Sainsbury, former UK minister for science and innovation and member of the House of Lords, Diederik Samsom, leader of the Dutch Labour Party, Chuka Umunna, UK Shadow Business Secretary, Jeromin Zettelmeyer is Director-General for Economic Policy at the German Ministry of the Economy.
They've asked for help bring some US people over, and are keen to get someone from HRC campaign engaged in possible. Is this something you might consider nominating a strategist or econ policy person to attend, or even attending yourself? Either Policy Network or Jean Jaures could cover travel and accommodation costs. I suspect it will be a long shot, but Thanks for your advice.
It's also impressive the fact that these banking-corporate puppets, who are responsible for the brutal neoliberal policies imposed by their masters (who are destroying entire countries through all kinds of wars), label themselves 'progressives' against 'populists'.
It happens all the time. Establishment servants have their frequent meetings to find ways for keeping people obedient to their masters.
France has just been literally taken over by the banking mafia
Macron has just used the same propaganda of terror as the neoliberal establishment does in Greece
The French sheeple has just committed suicide and Europe is doomed for good
How the neoliberal establishment tricked the masses again, this time in France
Hope has just died in France ...
29 May, 2017
Political heat rose for one more time in Greece on the occasion of the recent bomb-attack against the former Greek PM Lucas Papademos.
The political opposition, mainly through the neoliberal right party, New Democracy, attacked the current government, and mainly SYRIZA, for its stance to criticize Papademos administration as being a non-elected government, imposed by Greece's creditors from November 2011 to May 2012.
Such political attacks have become a routine case from the side of the old political establishment (mainly the Right New Democracy and the Social-Democrats PASOK), constantly accusing SYRIZA (Coalition of the Radical Left) that encourages terrorism.
This time, however, the neoliberal establishment in Greece went one step further. In one of the biggest TV channels which belongs to a top Greek oligarch, some neoliberal pundits called for censorship against Facebook and Twitter users who expressed negative views against Papademos. Moreover, one of them, called for prosecution against nearly 10,000 users! The social media and various independent blogs fired back, pointing that these pundits have come to the point of requesting Erdogan-type practices!
This is a picture of a regime that becomes increasingly authoritarian. We can imagine a 1984-type future where censorship could come at any time, against anyone who dares to criticize even an unelected banking puppet, like Papademos. With the pretext of terrorism, repression measures and militarization of urban centers becomes something common and people are getting used to it. In the authoritarianism of the future, people could become suspects of terrorism just for criticizing someone, even if that happens before any attempt against him.
The neoliberal regime in the West and elsewhere becomes increasingly authoritarian, exactly because the old political establishment which represents it, starts to collapse almost everywhere. Because its brainwashing mechanisms start to collapse too. Authoritarianism is the last resort of the elites when the old tricks don't work anymore. It happens right now in Brazil, for example.
Recall that, the former president of the European Commission, José Manuel Barroso, came up with the idea, back in 2011, that the then Greek PM George Papandreou could be replaced by the technocrat Lucas Papademos, as eventually happened, when Papandreou "dared" to think to hold a referendum on the acceptance of the terms of the eurozone bailout deal with Greece, and that, Papademos worked with Goldman Sachs when Greece was trying to get its debts levels down so it could swap its currency from the drachma to the euro. It later transpired that that cross currency deals negotiated between Greece and Goldman had helped mask Greece’s true levels of debt and contributed to the current crisis in the eurozone.globinfo freexchange