For some time I've been urging that the current political-cultural climate should be viewed "whole", and that we're witnessing an historical arc of unprecedented uniqueness. We are, I've been urging, in one of those periodic paradigm shifts that seems to happen about once every five hundred years, the last one being the Reformation, Counter-Reformation, the Thirty Years' War, and the Peace of Westphalia, which basically cemented our modern laissez faire attitude to religion and the secular state. But this current change, I've been urging, is unlike any other in prior human history, and hence has no real precedents. It's being driven by unprecedented technological change and development which in turn is rendering more and more human labor productivity moot, and that in turn impacts the financial system and model under which we currently operate moot. German finance minister Wolfgang Schaueble has stated that the debt growth model is over. There is no way forward, he argues, that is not a reform. Reading between the lines a bit, what Herr Schaueble is actually saying is that there is no way out of the current mess that does not involve increase in equity finance, in production, and hence, in human productivity.
As a component of all this, I've also been arguing that the current political cycle in the west, which has seen historic elections in the United Kingdom with the BREXIT referendum and more recently the overwhelming parliamentary vote to move forward with leaving the E.U., with the recent American presidential election cycle, and with the upcoming national elections in France, the Netherlands, and Germany, must also be viewed whole. In my opinion, we've been witnessing "deep state factional revolts" against the prevailing globaloney neo-con neo-lib agendas that have formulated domestic and foreign policy in these nations. Recall, for example, the strange story from last year of Queen Elizabeth inviting the British vice-premier to the palace for dinner and tea, during which she expressed, in the form of questions, reservations about the whole E.U. experiment. Then BREXIT happened, and Cameron and said vice premier were gone.
The real focus of my concern today is really these hidden influences - particularly from so-called non-government organizations like the various foundations of Darth Soros - on domestic and foreign policy, an influence Ms. Le Pen is almost certain to mention and exploit, for the tide is turning, as this article shared by Mr. V.T. also points out:
Well, we've seen similar attempts to censor news by altering search engine algorithms before. Same tactic, same agenda, only this time, it's Ms. Le Pen in the cross hairs. Recently Wikileaks divulged the CIA's attempts to gain information on French candidates during their 2012 election, presumably for the purpose of influencing the outcome: