These words were written by Zbigniew K. Brzezinski, who was the former director (1973-1976) of David Rockefeller's Trilateral Commission and served as National Security Advisor to President Jimmy Carter (1977-1981). Brzezinski is currently a foreign policy advisor to President Barack Obama. Zbigniew Brzezinski is one of today's most visible proponents of globalization and is a prominent mouthpiece for the cabal of global economic engineers – represented by world socialists such as David Rockefeller, George Soros, and others – who are the forces behind the push for globalization.
After the end of World War I, an invisible battle began between Nationalism and Globalism. Nationalists in Germany, Spain, Italy, China, and Japan sought to seize and maintain power by appealing to Nationalistic sentiments, while international financiers sought to integrate the world into an economically amenable homogeneity.
This battle was intensified in the years following the end of World War II with the establishment of the United Nations and the increased international mobility of financial assets. Major banking interests like Chase Manhattan Corporation, Soros Fund Management, and other banking institutions in the United States and abroad have used the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, and secret agreements among central bankers throughout the world to facilitate their embezzlement of the fruits of the Industrial Revolution. I have dubbed this perversion of Capitalism Financialism.
Capitalism was invented early in the Industrial Revolution as a means of utilizing usury to fund industrialization. Financialism, on the other hand, is the use of Capitalism to milk industrialization for personal profit. While Capitalism empowers wealth producers, Financialism siphons wealth from the wealth producers into non-productive financial accounts. Toward that end, financialists envision and promote a world government, under which they imagine a more stable and hence more exploitable financial situation would prevail. They call this effort globalization.
Of course, globalization can be accomplished only by the suppression of nationalism. Thus Financialists have set their sights on destroying the most nationalistic country in the world – the United States of America. To accomplish this, they have destroyed and are destroying our moral and religious traditions, our republican form of government, and – incidentally – our industry.
Financialists seem to be unaware of the source of the chips they use in their game of global poker. And their greed has apparently blinded them to the fact that the destruction of Nationalism will inevitably be accompanied by the destruction of that source. In order to destroy Nationalism, you must destroy individualism, and it is individualism that initiates entrepreneurism, the ultimate source of all wealth. Without individualism, there can be no wealth production, and without wealth production, there would be nothing for the Financialists to steal.
Financialism, then, would seem to be a delusional attempt to kill the goose that lays the golden eggs.