Sounds fucking familiar

When you think in terms of trusts and monopolies, government policies are much less mysterious.

Copyrights and patents are NOT about encouraging innovation. Their sole purpose is to BLOCK innovation by outsiders.

Environmentalism is NOT about clean air, it’s about raising the price of oil and coal. This was already obvious in 2010.

The latest enviro weirdness is banning natural gas FOR HOUSEHOLDS. This is not about asthma, it’s simply reserving all of our gas production for export to Europe so we can crowd Russia out of the market.

Norfolk Southern is not owned by Buffett YET. The hullabaloo about one specific derailment, ignoring dozens of other derailments, will lower the share price of Norfolk Southern.

Our imperial wars are NOT about gaining territory or resources. We make war to corner the market, to BLOCK other countries from selling their resources.

Obamacare was NOT about improving medical care, it was about strengthening the monopoly of insurers and the Pharmacy Benefit Managers. This was clear from the start, never mysterious.

The current hullabaloo about social media censorship is obviously fake. First, government ALWAYS censors. The only question is WHO gets censored. Second, Elon is Deepstate, and he’s steering the “journalists” toward certain topics. Cui bono? Mainstream media, the News Trust.

Congress is now considering adding a new specific corner for the News Trust: “Disinformation” about bank failures. We can’t have millionaires panicking, can we?

From the 1904 book about trusts:

The panic produced by the double threat of the Carnegies to build a rival tube works and to enter into competition with the great Pennsylvania Railroad has been graphically described by a recent magazine writer: “Either project as a threat would have been alarming. The two together as imminent and assured accomplishments, produced a panic. And a panic among millionaires, while hard to produce is, when once under way, just as much of a panic as is a panic among geese. They ran this way and that; they hid one behind another; they filled the newspapers with their squawkings; they reproached, implored, accused each other. At last they ran to their master Morgan. And he negotiated with Carnegie.”

Sounds mighty familiar, right down to Master Morgan. The only difference is that we don’t have magazine writers who are able to see the Trust as a Trust.

Metapoint: The author of the 1904 book was John Moody. His bureau is a corrupt part of the current bank-run hullabaloo. He was serving his own purposes, and he was intentionally blind to SOME trusts. While enumerating hundreds of specific trusts, he skipped the News Trust. Hearst was only mentioned in a marginal way unrelated to news.

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