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The West Is Ruled by One Person, Not a Consensus

Too Many Cooks Spoil the Broth

When the two of us, my wife and I, plan our vacations, inevitably one of us indulges and the other dominates. If we invite my mother-in-law to join us in the planning, we end up with nothing.

Voting doesn’t work if you want results.

Where votes are cast (e.g., in parliaments) are not organizations, they are platforms for war. A board of directors is not a parliament or spouses; it’s a gimmick of “collegial governance.” Unless a corporation, gang, or tribal clan has an ultimate master with veto power, such an organization will quickly fall off the scene. Our species is incapable of sustained collegial governance. There is always an alpha at the end of the chain to divide and conquer.

The entire Western world, its satellites, colonies, and agents of influence in countries independent of the United States act as one organization. The media blows the same tune on cue, with no distraction to the facts, corporations promote a set of identical narratives, fake politicians betray national interests without a second thought at the behest of the IMF and WHO.

It’s one organization. And it has one ringleader.

For example, a case that is now in the spotlight: the Wuhan bio lab has a co-owner — Glaxo. Which, by the way, is connected to Pfizer. Which is run by Black Rock. Which, coincidentally, is affiliated with AXA. Which, also coincidentally, is part-owner of Winterton. Which, as it turns out, is the company that built the lab. Another co-owner, Vanguard, is a shareholder in Black Rock (and vice versa), and they control central banks and, at the same time, Microsoft, where Bill Gates, who is a shareholder in Pfizer and the first sponsor of the World Health Organization, sells his face.

The global monopoly on everything was described in detail 10 years ago.

The scale of the monarchy is staggering. Everything is inherited. There are no elections or referendums. Looking at the goods on the store shelves, deciding what to buy, you decide nothing. Everything you are used to belongs to the same person.

Coca-Cola, Pepsi-Cola, McDonald’s, Burger King, FuseTea, WhatsApp, Google, YouTube, Gmail, Android, Apple, Windows, Xbox, Facebook, Instagram, Boeing, Airbus, Delta Air Lines, Merck, Nike, Adidas, Unilever, Nestle, City Group, Wells Fargo, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley,, Skyscanner, Expedia, AirFrance, Lufthansa, KLM, booking. Com, TripAdvisor, Airbnb, Shell, BP, Exxon, Total, Monsanto, Cargill, ADM, Bayer, John Deere, Bershka, Zara, Prada, Louis Vuitton, Johnson & Johnson, Target, BioNTech, AstraZeneca, Moderna, Pfizer, Novartis, Monsanto, Abbott, GlaxoSmithKline, Kellogg, Time Warner, Comcast, Disney, News Corp, CNN, HBO, TBS, Turner Network Television, Cartoon Network, Comcast, NBC, Telemundo, Twitter, Universal Pictures, Sky, Walt Disney, Pixar, Marvel Studios, ABC, Procter & Gamble, Sony, General Electric, IBM Corporation, Hewlett Packard, Siemens, Citigroup, ESPN, Dow Jones & Company, The Wall Street Journal, New York Post, HarperCollins, News UK, The Sun, The Times, realtor. com, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Open Society Foundation (George Soros), Bill and Hillary Clinton Foundation, Fidelity Investments (FMR LLC), State Street, T. Rowe, Capital Research Global Investors, Capital International Investors, Capital World Investors, Bank of America, VISA, etc.

All of the above companies, foundations, brands, and thousands of other “decent” names and organizations are owned by Hank.

Products, services, fact-checking systems, research, laboratories. If you see something that is “standard in its class,” then it belongs to Hank. If you belong to the middle class, fly on airplanes, stay in decent hotels, go to big malls, you never consume anything that doesn’t belong to Hank.

Who Hank is is unclear. But any investigator or psychologist can tell you a lot about him. It’s enough to ignore the words and look at the deeds. After all, everything we see around us is a reflection of his will, not of some mythical competing boards and political parties.

Hank likes symbolism. He has good taste. He has principles. Hank didn’t take the formal reins from his predecessor until 2012, but he’s been influencing things for forty years. The predecessor was not his father. Hank did not have a mentor father. Hank is a woman who used to be a boy. Hank is rushed and makes a lot of womanly mistakes. Hank is not going to end well.

Hank has a rather dangerous belief that there are too many people on the planet. She wants to exterminate most of us. This can be understood and accepted on purely logical grounds. But Hank, unfortunately, is poorly educated (a common affliction of our time) and has a weak imagination. She doesn’t understand that quantity is essential; quantity produces quality. Truly brilliant people appear where there are many educated people who have the means and time to think. The really good ballet and fencing schools are only in very big cities. If there aren’t many of us, we won’t figure out how to cheat gravity and time, and no artificial intelligence will help us. And the frustrating thing is that there is no problem with overpopulation — we can (and would prefer to) live in large orbital stations, where we could choose our climate and gravity to our liking, and from where we could go to an all-planetary park any weekend without any stupid rockets.

PS How does Hank run it all?

This scheme has been around for centuries. It was radically reformed in 1792 (State Street), 1933 (ICI), and 1975 (Vanguard).

Example: Volunteers distribute medicine, paid for by charities, from a base in Africa. They work for free, for an idea and a line on their youth résumé. They don’t know what their bosses know: the money comes from the U.S. budget, but America is so good it doesn’t want to brag about it. Bosses work for money and have a right to know what their subordinates don’t know. The bosses over the bosses know that the budget allocation scheme was invented by officials in Washington who are Chinese spies who are going to compromise the United States because someone will find among the allocated drugs those that lead to infertility. While all these cunts are fucking each other’s brains out, the real guys are just using the base as a transshipment point for drugs from the East to the West.


We have been asked more than once why we do not always back up our words and even numerical statements with references, and do not sufficiently argue our often shocking statements. Why are we so unapologetic, while offering a quite practical framework for development?

The short answer is: When in Rome do as the Romans do.

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