opposing the criminocracy

An ABC for opposing the criminocracy

by Paul Cudenec | Feb 19, 2024

If we wish to fully understand – and thus to effectively oppose – the global criminocrats, we need to stop thinking in terms of “politics” as currently known.

They couldn’t care less about questions of political ideology and values, about “left” or “right”, “red” or “blue”, “capitalism” or “communism”.

Yes, these are useful devices in their divide-and-rule strategies, but they have no interest at all in the political content.

This is because they are, quite simply, criminals whose sole aim is to expand and protect their own ill-gotten wealth and power.

They were just as happy to make money in the USSR and Nazi Germany as they are today in fake Western “democracies” or Eastern oligarchies, whether or not currently labelled “communist”.

The only thing that matters to them is that the regime in question facilitates Business as Usual for their nefarious activities.

opposing the criminocracy

Basically this amounts to:

A. An ever-ongoing flow of money-making opportunities under the guise of “progress”, “development”, “innovation”, “economic growth” or “modernisation”. They lend the money to governments for allegedly crucial “infrastructure”, they win the contracts, they exploit the labour, they supply the raw materials, they build the machinery, they sell the product, they rake it in. If this gravy train ever slows down a little, all it needs is a convenient war, “pandemic” or other “crisis” to kick it back to full speed.

B. A means of imposing their domination on the population. This historically means the state, which, by direct and indirect taxation, makes people pay for the mechanisms by which they are repressed. Police, government bodies and the military/intelligence forces are all there to protect criminocratic rule and racketeering from dangerous outbreaks of real democracy. As institutional power is globally centralised, international bodies like the EU, the WHO and the UN are also playing this enforcement role.

C. Ensuring their own invisibility. This is very important for the criminocracy because they are all too aware that they are a tiny minority – a few thousand core players against a global population of more than 8 billion. If large numbers of people understood that the criminocracy existed, and what it was up to, the resulting revolt could not be held down, even by the resources available to the criminocracy. A particular worry would that be individuals currently unknowingly working for the criminocracy might switch sides if they understood the real stakes. So the criminocrats encourage limited and misleading versions of history, tightly control media output and systematically deploy the term “conspiracy theorist” to discredit anyone who points in their direction, implying stupidity and borderline insanity with, for added effect, smears such as “extremist”, “reactionary”, “fascist”, “terrorist”, “hate criminal” and “anti-semite”.

opposing the criminocracy

In view of this, we can see, emerging from the fog of “political” confusion, the only dividing line that really matters.

Resistance to the criminocracy needs to involve:

A. Opposition to its money-making “development” racket.

B. Opposition to the institutions that impose its central control.

C. Exposure of the existence and activities of the criminocracy to as wide a global public as possible.

Any “resistance” not built on these foundations can achieve nothing.

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This piece also appears in the latest Acorn bulletin on the Winter Oak site.

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