Corruption Is the Gap Between the Rich and the Poor
by Joe Lange
November 13, 2023
This is a follow-up to Clowns in America, School of Assassins and Dictators, The Shadow Game, Shadow Government Exposed and Follow the Money, an introduction into the seedy origins and consequences of the CIA.
How much of our history is a lie?
How many times have we been convinced that our leaders were doing something noble and for our benefit, only to find out later, that none of the promises were ever meant to be kept? How many times have the American people been sold a “bill of goods”?
What does the term “sold a bill of goods mean”?
Do you want a perfect example?
There was something that happened in 1992 when George H.W. Bush was president that became a major topic of debate and later would be touted as one of his “greatest achievements.”
The shadow government deployed a narrative that would focus on the perceived benefits for everyone involved, but the results would tell a completely different story.
What was it?
The North American Free Trade Agreement. (NAFTA)
Was it just about free trade? Or was it about something much bigger?
According to The Washington Post:
In the obituaries, George H.W. Bush is remembered as the president who oversaw the collapse of the Soviet Union.
But the leader, who died this weekend, had another major foreign policy achievement: He was a champion of free trade and a key architect of globalization, a legacy in danger under the Trump administration.
Do you remember when Bush started the big push for free trade? It would become a major narrative push by all the presidents that followed him, including his son, George W. Bush.
Free trade was a purposeful narrative controlled by the shadow government. It was a convincing strategy at the time, and it garnered support from many Americans who believed in a more “fair” trading system worldwide.
But was it really about fairness?
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