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Discussion in 'Habari na Hoja mchanganyiko' started by Gurta, Mar 13, 2011.

  1. Gurta

    Gurta JF-Expert Member

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    individuals who run big, multinational companies, corporations etc. who control the 'world' -- the emperors of the world. They do not report to nobody, they are not elected and they are not responsible to anyone. The likes of CIA, IMF, WB, Halliburton, BP, De Beers, JP Morgan Chase etc.

    -they finance politicians for their elections -- therefore controlling them
    -they control our media, by ownership or advertising -- therefore controlling what you see or hear or read
    -and at the top you cannot tell whether they are working for their private companies or the government -- they always move back and forth

    It is consiparacy type of thing, these 'people' do not need to meet or plan for anything -- they need no party. They just need to be there.

    They work under one primary assumption and that is THEY MUST MAXIMIZE PROFITS, REGARDLESS OF THE SOCIAL OR ENVIRONMENTAL COST.

    The process of manipulation by Corporatocracy is thru DEBT, BRIBERY and POLITICAL OVERTHROW.

    Rostitamu La-Aziz and group (list is long anyways) serves this role in TZA.

    The WB and IMF serve this task in global scale. The basic scam is SIMPLE: put a country in DEBT either by its own indiscretion or by corrupting its leaders, then impose conditionalities formally called STUCTURAL ADJUSTMENT POLICIES (SAP).

    These consists of the following:

    1. Currency devaluation -- when the value of a currency drops so does everything valued in it, this makes indiginous products available to predator countries at a fraction of their worth
    2. Large funding cuts for social programs -- usually includes education and healthcare, compromising the wellbeing and integrity of the society leaving the public vulnerable to exploitation
    3. Privatization -- meaning socially important services can be purcased by foreign corporations and run for 'profit'
    4. Trade liberalization -- opening up the economy and removing any restriction on foreign trade, this allows a number of abusive economic manifestations; ruining local economy
    5. Due to trade de-regulation, environmental destruction is perpetual
    Simply put, the WB and IMF has done nothing (explanations and definitions may vary here, but thats that) to help the poor.
  2. M

    Mpambanaji K Member

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    Mkuu, are you suggesting that Rostam bin Aziz is an agent of multinational companies? and that he does manipulate elections on behalf of such companies? this sounds almost true and logical but do you have evidence to that? please educate us more
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    Kobello JF-Expert Member

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    Guess who worked for IMF/World Bank??......Edwin Mtei...