Romanian people, who had suffered so much and had fought so hard for their independence, replaced one dictator, the communist party and its supreme dear leader Ceausescu, with a global elitist technocracy, run by the EU and multinational corporatists
Who Stokes the Fire of Globalism?
Mar 20, 2017 By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh
“The best argument against democracy is a five-minute conversation with the average voter.” ― Winston S. Churchill
A total stranger asked me recently to name the one person who has done more damage to the U.S. by stoking the global communism fire. The answer is rather complex but I gave him a simplistic one – the education system with its hundreds of thousands of teachers who indoctrinate children eight hours a day, from kindergarten through college, into the utopia called Marxism. He had asked for the name of the one omnipotent person he wanted held responsible for the destruction of our country and the social engineering of western civilization.
Hard for average Americans to see how they’ve been manipulated on so many fronts: in schools, in media, through books, in the economic, judicial, political, health care realm
Because the United States is such a vast country, it is harder for the average American to see how they’ve been manipulated on so many fronts for a century now, in schools, in the media, through books, in the economic, judicial, political, and the health care realm, and how the elite globalist social engineering has taken hold in all fifty states like a metastasized cancer. They are now running the country; no matter which branch of the same political tree, R or D, is in power, the agenda goes on unabated. One can look at the results of the recent Dutch election and realize that self-destructive voters are hopeless.
It is easier to study a small country and point out how it has devolved into the current status quo by putting the events under the microscope of time. As it is often the case, the majority of people are oblivious to what is really happening under their noses. Lacking real information, the smart few turn to conspiracy theories, which sometimes are proven correct. But the majority of people rely on propaganda, the result of concerted efforts by those in power to manipulate them through the mass media, political disinformation, and through brainwashing in schools.
Paul Ghitiu, former Romanian Senator and publisher of “Vocile Dreptei,” (Voices on the Right) wrote on March 16, 2017, “After having read thousands and thousands of documents, analyses, studies, articles, I concluded that almost all theories and revelations that appear on the market and are classified as ‘conspiracy theories,’ are real. But those unmasked, who are guilty and have the press in their pockets, financial, political, national military interests, and especially international ones, catalogue such accusations under the above label, ridiculing the information that reaches the public opinion.”
Soros Accused of Inciting Racial Hatred and Violence
Ghitiu mentions, in a recent article titled, “Soros Accused of Inciting Racial Hatred and Violence,” the “malefic” Soros’ fingerprints through his Open Society Foundations that are active all over the world, including Romania. Ghitiu references ‘democratic’ “organizations from Romania (supported among others with or only with money from Open Society and other Soros organizations) with strategies, programs, with threats from the progressive politically correct arsenal of ‘discrimination, xenophobia, fascism, and racism,’ incitement to hatred, division, anarchy, with the arbitrary imposition of educational politics (sexual education), political diversity (LGBT, gay parades, civil unions, homosexual marriage), of politics of migration, and abandonment of identity and nationalism.”
It is alleged that the people of Romania (19.83 million) were not necessarily interested in joining the European Union (2007) and NATO (2004), it was the desire of a few politicians who were bought by the outside technocrats, bribery which allegedly resulted in the coup d’état of 1989. It freed the population from oppressive communism so they cheered on. They were also able to travel freely and eventually seek employment in the western part of Europe. But joining the EU and NATO has had drastic consequences which altered the country forever from a nationalistic and economic point of view.
The traditional Romanian army was never the same. Industries were destroyed by selling factories for pennies on the dollar to foreign transnationals who did not want competition from domestic goods. On the other hand, one could argue that some factories were not really profitable under communism; many needed serious modernizing or even closing entirely.
The communist apparatchiks, formerly in power and in control of all records, sold out various factories, pocketed the proceeds, and made themselves instant millionaires and billionaires. They did so while the people were drunk with the euphoria of freedom, not realizing what was happening, and not knowing that those charged with enforcing the rule of law were in on the take as well. By the time the population realized what was happening, it was too late.
Large companies that were managing natural resources, such as Petrom, Distrigaz, Electrica, were sold to foreign monopolies
Large companies that were managing natural resources, such as Petrom, Distrigaz, Electrica, were sold to foreign monopolies, with profits going to the countries of origin, without any taxation.
Dishonest individuals and politicians in power sold for personal gain the rights to the national resources and natural reserves of the soil and subsoil. Huge forests were cut down and sold to timber industries abroad.
The financial weakening of the state occurred by importing more corruption from abroad. The sale and bankruptcy of Romanian banks weakened the country’s ability to control its monetary policy and the state had to resort to borrowing from foreign banks. Any kind of economic and financial development incentive or concession came with strings attached.
The destruction of many jobs, the growth of unemployment, and the low pay forced qualified workers to migrate elsewhere in the EU. As a result, hundreds of thousands of Romanian families were broken up; children were left in the care of elderly grandparents, themselves in need of care. Depopulation in Romania made room for its colonization by migrants and refugees from the Middle East, Asia, and Africa.
According to some sources, Romania lost over 40 percent of arable land because of EU treaties. Foreigners and Romanians no longer living in the country were given the right to purchase land in Romania.
“The 2003 Constitution, voted and promoted by the entire political class, with only two days of an alleged “fraudulent” referendum, gave away Romania’s sovereignty. The political class never disclosed to the people that the Romanian sovereignty would be ceded to the European Union.” (Art. 44, 148, 149)
Following its adherence to the EU in 2007, Romania was forced to spend billions of dollars annually in order to sustain various EU organizations under the guise of managing European funds properly and of inspecting various organizations for compliance with the EU.
It is alleged by some sources that “Romania’s current debt, over $66 billion, can never be repaid even in ten generations.” The problem is that the rational voices of dissent are drowned out by domestic and foreign corruption, and by dishonest politicians put in power with foreign money.
Romanians are demanding independence from the EU in order to rebuild their own country. The elitist foreign influence is destroying what is left of their economy and of their nationalism. Romanian children are indoctrinated into global citizenship, divorcing them entirely from their history and their national identity through curricula, mass media, advertising, and Hollywood.
Sadly, the Romanian people, who had suffered so much and had fought so hard for their independence, replaced one dictator, the communist party and its supreme dear leader Ceausescu, with a global elitist technocracy, run by the EU and multinational corporatist interests.
Pondering the question again, who is stoking this globalist communist fire and global citizenship across the planet, it is safe to say that one individual with a lot of money to burn is quite influential; U.N. plays a big part, academia, media, Hollywood, the military industrial complex, transnationals, the non-governmental organization (NGOs) lobby, and corrupt politicians. But a complacent, dumbed down, and welfare-dependent citizenry, through voting, backed the elitists and the Marxists with their empty promises of an egalitarian utopia, and are thus causing their own demise.