A financial system of Global investment and conglomerates of private banks with different names like “world bank”, IMF, etc. dispenses credit to countries.
These credits are contingent on “reforms”, insinuating that global investment is there to correct and help badly administered countries.
In fact the word “reform” refers to the total deregulation of the receiving country’s legislation: the “reform” “liberates” the receiving country of regulations protecting its resources, allows global finance to walk in, invest in the most lucrative sectors and eventually control or literally own the resources and sectors by which the country could pay back its debt.
Countries have always been unable to pay back even the interests on their debt, yet… are offered more debt? Unpaid debt is the end of both liberty and Democracy.
Global investment will de facto own and rule your country.
ALL your elected will only be puppets, in spite of their posture of unmitigated authority… And they know it.
If your country is indebted, then get used to watching all your national lucrative sectors “privatized” (sold) for a fraction of their true value, and nothing your representatives promise will change anything; it’s no longer their call.
But the mechanism is still more sinuous: another administration marketed as left wing would be made to re-nationalize some formerly privatized sector but this time at a steep price by re-creating or furthering the debt, for the game to go on unchecked:
Tic – Toc – Tic – Toc - …
Tic: privatization … you lose,
Toc: re-nationalization … you lose.
And with the gold and precious metals standard long abolished, the private banks will always find a way to render “legal” the creation of the money mass needed to…
Buy our planet… us included (and our moon!),
With Printed, colored paper we were made to agree to hold value.
Of course we can easily wash away all this, but representative democracy stands in the way: it is both the creator and the guardian of the situation.
To succeed, we need to call upon our true might:
We need to unleash Direct Democracy.