In country A, a group of very affluent people in a country control the production or manufacturing of a natural resource. The people who control this resource export it to the west to corporations and companies at profit. This business enterprise is very lucrative for both the aforementioned foreigners and the american companies. However, as wealth grows through this enterprise, so does the greed of both the small affluent group and corporations. Suddenly, this small group and the corporations begin working even closer together until they begin to assert control over the country that the resource comes from. Because this country has not developed along political lines of the western world, the person who controls the military rules the country. He does so, usually with the blessing of the small group who controls the resources and their american corporate compadres.
Thus, an unholy trinity develops and begins to eat away at the prosperity, peace, and civility at the country. The Country’s ruler, the elite behind him and the american companies grow increasingly greedy. As a result, the ruler must rob from the country’s coffers to satisfy both his and the other two groups insatiable appetite for more. Stability begins to plummet and mass disturbances pock mark the land. Because there is no commitment to free speech, the ruler does the only thing he knows to quell dissent. He jails dissidents, tortures protesters and murders rival leaders. This causes the problem to spread until the army is used to carry out assassinations, the legal system is thoroughly corrupted, and people just start to disappear. The American companies sends their emissaries to try to silence the rebellion, but only succeed in making it worse. Through images of media and technology the world sees the brutality of the ruler but not those who support him.
Suddenly as the rebellion can no longer be contained, the now ex-ruler flees the country with vast amounts of money from the country’s banks and with the help of the country’s elite and contacts from their american buddies. This flight signals a change in who will own the resources of the country. A decision is made by the american companies to try to establish contact with the new ruler to continue access to the resources because the people who formerly controlled it are gone. What happened to these people? were they killed? imprisoned? HELL NO! Through the American embassy, they obtain passports and visas to come to the united states. This raises even more questions. What do you do with these people? how will they survive? where will they live? These questions are quickly answered as these people are absorbed into the American Military and Intelligence Complex.
Like ripe plums, they fall neatly into working, middle class communities across the country. But how will they make money? how will they feed their families? what happened to the vast wealth created as a result of their business relationships with American businesses while they were on their native soil? Some of them become consultants to american banking corporations and businesses. Others create local businesses in the city. However, these local businesses are not in their neighborhoods. It is possible that a large influx of foreign businesses in quiet suburban communities would create notable suspicion to say the least. Therefore, the location of the majority of these businesses must be somewhere least likely to cause the slightest apprehension. That area must have a cheap exploitable market. It must be an area where the foreigner does not have to worry about competition from an independent economic power base. Therefore, un-employment must be necessarily high, goods must be scarce and the area cannot contain families with a sustainable income (single -parent homes). Such would make sense because how else can you sell inferior products at superior prices and not disturb or raise an eyebrow? The above scenario can be applied to Jewish Resettlement after WWII, Iranian immigration after the overthrow of mossideigh, or the Cuban Adjustment Act and Operation MONGOOSE. The main point is that this scenario is created, supported and maintained by the American Tax-Payer.
Written by: Tony Dreamer.
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