International Corporations and the Heart of Darkness
Reflections in a Petri Dish Ė March 29, 2009
Usually I like to just say my piece and if you think I donít have my facts in order then you can call me on it. Sometimes I make mistakes. I got a name wrong recently and I fixed it but generally Iím not wrong. Itís not that Iím wrong or right that seems to be the problem. The problem is that most people just donít want to hear it. It could be that they know deep inside, in that place their greed and ignorance cannot veil, that somehow some of the blame comes back on them.
I have to hand out more than the usual amount of links today, as I did in the recent Smoking Mirrors, because sometimes clarity is central to understanding. Maybe itís not sometimes, maybe itís always that way. What I am going to say ties into the ongoing bank bailouts and the drug war and the war on terror and directs you back to something Marx said about wars being engineered for economic gain. Itís the men in the suits with the fountain pens who pull the trigger on the guns around the world.
I donít know how far back it goes. I suppose, in one form or another, itís always been there. Sometimes, like now, itís got a full head of steam and 95% of the politicians are shameless whores for money and sometimes there are laws as safeguards that take lawyers a little longer to circumnavigate them. Where do you want to start? I wonít mention United Fruit cause you know all about that. You want to start in The Congo? You want to start in Columbia? YeahÖ theyíve been at it in Columbia for awhile. You want to start in India with Monsanto who came up with the unique method of getting your victims to kill themselves? The suits at Monsanto have a nice spin on their end of the shit stick. They came up with their own version of that brown cotton candy. You see, itís debt thatís responsible. Someone might ask them if thereís a connection between them and that debt but theyíd just hand out more of the brown cotton candy.
We might look into the world mining interests. Most people donít know much about corporate mining at home and abroad. Then again, most people donít know their ass from a hole in the ground but it doesnít stop them from mining there, anymore than it stops the corporations. Donít get me started about Rothschild mining interests and Rio Tinto via West Papua. You might remember in one of Bushligulaís campaigns that mining interests were his biggest contributors. Maybe it was both campaigns.
Itís all about psychopaths in the playground. Youíve probably got enough to read by now so I wonít link anything about the arsenic poisoning of the Eastern European water supply or what that soybean mogul is doing in Brazil orÖ maybe I will. I will avoid the question of whether McDonaldís has anything going on with South American beef. I donít want Snopes coming after me. Because, by this time it should be clear that some of the most serious killing operations are the corporations. HeckÖ weíve even got a corporation whose business is killing for corporations and that would be Blackwater. Eric Prince is just another compassionate Christian like Bushligula is/was.
So what it really comes down to is materialism and you canít leave out glamour either. Glamour is the shine that gets put on the ass of materialism which makes you hard and gets you thinking you might like to knock off a piece of that. Glamour is the beads of water on a sun tanned ass with shades and a glass of scotch, lying in a lounge chair in the Caribbean laid out in that magazine. Thatís not nail polish on her fingers, thatís blood.
Certain nations are more deeply invested in this kind of thing around the world because certain nations are more into materialism as a religion. I suppose it could happen anywhere but at any moment it is happening more in particular places and those are the places that are also most involved in The War on Terror and the War on Drugs. The war on Terror is the cash cow of munitions and security firms as well as construction and sundry; communications and banking butÖ banking is on all sides of the equation. The War on Drugs is mostly the province of the pharmaceutical and liquor industries as well as the law enforcement dime but this is something you would tend to know anyway because all you have to do is follow the money.
Whoever is hauling in the most money are the same interests that owns the politicians and also prints the money out of thin air and then uses it as shackles for the limbs of the population of the world and to manufacture the whips that drive the workers at the wheel of industry.
In the end itís all about slavery and indifferent murder and the blood is used to lubricate the machinery and oil the chains. You donít want to think about this because it hits too close to home and you wouldnít want to have to think about not buying some piece of crap you donít need; would you? No, you wouldnít want to do that, not when your eyes are fixed on that ass with the glistening beads of enchanting fantasy and youíve got that trouser trout leaping in your pants.
Of course, the common mind will comfort itself with the knowledge that they are just putting food on their families and working to make their nation safe; worshiping the corporation Jesus, in the corporation church and being massaged into a vacant eyed docility with a surfeit of the rapidly vanishing good things in life. YesÖ those churches keep getting bigger along with the preacherís hair and his bank accountÖ except that a lot of those churches arenít getting built now are they? They look like the landscape outside of Marbella on the used to be the Costa del Sol.
YesÖ Wal-Mart keep pumping out Fat City on the cheap and Rupert Murdoch is pumping out the cheap news with the pneumatic tits and inquiring minds are deep diving through celebrity underwear as a generation of vipers clicks away at the Gameboyz and cellphones while their minds surf the froth of a Starbucks latte in their mind and itís gotten a little darker and a little leaner and a little more ominous but maybe thatís just part of the drama that adds to the excitement. Everything is going to be alright, you bet.
The thing isÖ well, the thing is that particular conditions always lead to particular results. You add certain elements together and you are going to get certain compounds. You combine certain social forces and you get certain social conditions and the same goes for economic conditions and so on and so forth. Itís like music. You set the beat a certain way and then you add in the particular instruments that move along a pathway of notes and youíve got your theme song which always turns out to be some form of ďKansas City here I comeĒ. Kansas City is just a metaphor for wherever you wind up because that is where you were headed. Why did you head that way? You were herded is what happened. It was part herding and part luring. The lures were placed all along the way like candy on the path to the witchesí house and I probably canít use that image now because the PC police will be at my door.
You toss a lot of solvent soaked rags into the corner of your basement and you see what happens. It all adds up to whatever it adds up to, depending on what you added together. You can see what the components are if you care to look. What do you think itís going to add up to?
Let me ask you this. Do you think it is okay for business interests, with the help of politicians, to murder and enslave entire populations so that you can have a more convenient lifestyle filled with useless crap? Do you think its okay when it turns out that you not only canít get your useless crap anymore but now you are on the receiving end of the policies you pretended werenít taking place? Let me ask you one final question; at what point do you think this is all going to dawn on you and where do you think you are going to be when that happens?
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