Increasing inequality and the true masters of the world

As every January, the opening of the World Economic Forum in Davos (Switzerland), which brings together world and political leaders, is accompanied by the publication of Oxfam’s annual report (Oxford Committee for Famine Relief, a confederation composed of NGOs that act “against injustices and poverty”) on global inequalities.

According to Oxfam, whose methodology, challenged by economists, advocates of the neoliberal model and relies notably on the data of the American Forbes magazine and the Suisse Credit bank: 26 people in the world had, in 2018, as much as 3.8 billion people: the poorest half of humanity.

In one year, a new billionaire was counted every two days, when over the same period, the wealth of the poorest half of the world’s population fell by 11%.

This “gap between the rich and the poor” is only getting worse and, according to Oxfam, prevents the eradication of poverty in the world with its lot of misfortunes; a slowdown in the decline of extreme poverty, the impossible access to school for more than 260 million children, the foreseeable death of some 10,000 people for lack of care …

“The widening gap between the rich and the poor is hurting the fight against poverty, hurting the economy and fueling global anger,” said Winnie Byanyima, Executive Director of Oxfam International.

Oxfam asserts that this widening of global inequalities is the result of political choices.

Hence the avenues that the NGO urges governments to follow: progressive taxation by increasing the tax of large companies and the wealthy in order to invest in public services, a fight against tax evasion, reductions in wages in large companies, equal pay for men and women, and the adoption of aid development policies,

Oxfam’s claim is that the world’s economies are poorly managed and in favor of the rich is true, but the report seems to have evaded the biggest problem in the global economy; private fixed-financial currencies and the stranglehold international banking cartel has on the global economy.

A banking model that is the product of centuries of development, structuring, manipulation, strengthening and cunning, whose emblematic symbol is the famous Rothschild family.

This dynasty has an unimaginable wealth that it manages to largely conceal without ever being publicly recognized as the richest and most influential family in the world.

By dividing their capital and assets among the many family members, including many descendants and heirs, it happens that only one family member appears on the list of the richest individuals in the world, but in reality, the family represents the biggest fortune ever.

This is what the online magazine BNP Paribas says, with little suspicion of conspiracy or anti-Semitism. “The Rothschild family is at the head of almost all the central banks in the world. This true dynasty has built a banking empire since the end of the 18th century and would is at the head of a fortune of at least $350 billion”.

The New York site Investopedia, which refers in the fields of investment and finance, meanwhile estimates the total wealth of the Rothschild family to more than $2000 billion in assets, including some of the world’s oldest living societies.

At more than $2 trillion, the family’s declared wealth is 5 times higher than the combined wealth of the world’s top 10 individual billionaires, which means that the Rothschild family alone controls more wealth than three quarters or more of the world’s total population.

The Rockefeller family is another symbol of this oligarchy; its banks control 25% of all assets of the 50 largest commercial banks in the United States and 30% of all assets of the 50 largest insurance companies in the United States.

Rockefeller-controlled companies include, directly or indirectly, Exxon Mobil, Chevron Texaco, BP Amoco, Marathon Oil, Freeport McMorran, Quaker Oats, ASARCO, United, Delta, Northwest, ITT, International Harvester, Xerox, Boeing, Westinghouse, Hewlett -Packard, Honeywell, International Paper, Pfizer, Motorola, Monsanto, Union Carbide and General Foods …. However, of that, there is hardly any mention in Oxfam’s report.

Indeed, Oxfam speaks to us only of great captains of industry, or visionary billionaires like Jeff Bezos or Bill Gates, but unfortunately forget to mention the real tenants of economic power, a financial oligarchy so powerful that it even interferes with the political decisions of the richest countries in the world.

Behind this oligarchy, names exist, which are never revealed by the major media, because shadow is always preferable to light for these puppeteers.

Their economic monopoly starts with the monopolization of world wealth, mainly in oil. Indeed, few people know that the four behemoths of the US banking system (Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup and Wells Fargo) own the four major global oil companies (Exxon Mobil, Royal Dutch Shell, BP Amoco and Chevron Texaco), which are also associated with Deutsche Bank, BNP, Barclays and other European money holders.

A monopoly that of course is not limited to oil, these banks are among the top 10 shareholders of the 500 largest companies in the world.

The US Federal Reserve, which dominates the global economy through its monopoly of the US dollar, is mostly controlled by 10 major financiers, which lead the world’s largest banks: Rothschild NM Rothschild, Rothschild Bank of Berlin, Warburg Bank of Hamburg, Warburg Bank of Amsterdam, Lehmans Brothers of New York, Lazard Brothers of Paris, Bank Kuhn Loeb of New York, Bank Israel Moses Seif of Rome, Goldman Sachs of New York and JP Morgan Chase Bank of New York.

Also, note that William Rockefeller, Paul Warburg, Jacob Schiff and James Stillman are the individuals with the most individual shares in the Federal Reserve.

Not all these names appear in the Oxfam report because this oligarchy masters the art of camouflage and shell companies, their fortunes have  no common measure yet with those of our 26 billionaires on who the naïve public opinion focuses.

The leader of Oxfam is correct in that “the neoliberal model, which should have been discredited after the 2007-2008 financial crisis, still holds the place of reference for the political and economic elite”, adding that this model “stirs the political anger in more and more places around the world.”

It, unfortunately, forgets to tell us who imposes this model on the political leaders of the planet, which criticizes “the lack of imagination and the inability to conceive of another alternative economic model to neoliberalism “.

Oxfam has the merit of shedding light on the growing inequalities, and the injustice that plague our world, and to promote the idea that “another way is possible to build a more humane economy, where the richest contribute more to justice tax, where ordinary workers earn a living and the gap between rich and poor is drastically reduced to create a more equitable world.”

Unfortunately, to follow this ideal path, we must start by establishing the correct diagnosis and point the finger at the ones that are truly responsible for this situation;

Those who run the global economy and impose this inhuman model on the entire planet.

Those who make and break governments, who hold the media, who print money and who enslave the world’s population.

The Anti-Zionist Party will continue to denounce this financial oligarchy that has managed to subjugate almost all the leaders of the planet either directly or through the neoliberal system it has set up and the banking cartel it directs.

A system whose merits are constantly extolled, while it keeps most of humanity in extreme poverty, every though everything exists to remedy this situation.

An unfair and inhuman model, which many serious people have understood led us straight into a wall!  Evidence which pushes us to ask whether or not this was the goal!!