Globalists Reject Populists

August 15, 2018

Globalists Reject Populists

Padmini Arhant

The revolutionaries and populist leaders who dared to invest their nation’s natural resources and revenue in their people’s lives were invariably assassinated and not referenced for their courage and patriotism in political remarks and reminiscence on contribution to their people. They were deemed arch nemesis and eliminated from power in the usual cowardly act through assassination.

In comparison, whoever compromised and submitted to oligarchy and international conglomerate by stepping aside and allowing them complete access to their economy such as in South Africa and alike with many among them as willful fiduciaries up until now were accordingly given Nobel peace prize and lauded for their loyalty to them.

They are hailed the legend perhaps for their legendary role as a major sellout speaking volume of their character and commitment to those whom they claimed to represent in their respective nations.

Unlike these courageous leaders who stood up to brute forces and their hate as well as prejudice declining any due respect to these leaders for their determination to serve the people who elected them to power.

President Thomas Sankara Burkina Faso President from 1983 – 1987. Populist leader and a revolutionary prioritizing investment of national resources for his nation and implementing several social causes within four years of his Presidency. President Thomas Sankara – assassinated at the age of 38 years.

Prime Minister Patrice LumumbaDemocratic Republic of the Congo – Congolese independence leader for demonstrating will towards economic growth and development of his long colonized nation. The colonialists could barely tolerate such pledge by a young patriot. Patrice Lumumba assassinated at the age of 35 years.

President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela – The Bolivarian Revolution to remove oligarchy and colonialists installed dictatorial regime enabled Hugo Chavez to assume power. The social and economic disparity was remarkably contained through investment of Venezuela’s natural endowments with crude oil being a significant resource that remains the bone of contention for globalists aiming to seize control since President Hugo Chavez term in office that persists up until now with his successor President Nicolas Maduro facing similar threats today.  President Nicolas Maduro escaped assassination just a week ago. 

President Hugo Chavez nationalized Venezuela’s prime assets to address economic and social problems. There was free health care provided to all citizens in Venezuela and extended to United States citizens who travelled to Venezuela given the unaffordable health care costs in the United States. President Chavez program offered housing to poor, lower and middle income groups in society. The free education from K-12 to college facilitated substantial improvement in the work force uplifting the poorer sections towards skills oriented jobs in the economy. The popularity of his actions angered those targeting Venezuela’s rich oil reserves to be privatized and made available for multinational energy behemoths’ capitalization. President Hugo Chavez was criticized and survived several assassinations attempts against him including United States organized coup d’état when he was rescued by sea of people demanding the return of power back to their President Chavez.

President Hugo Chavez died in 2013 – suspected of foul play as he claimed upon him being diagnosed with cancer. He was 58 years when he passed away.

Ukraine is another example when the democratically elected administration of President Viktor Yanukovych was violently ousted literally at gun point for forging economic ties with Russia especially on energy imports that EU – one of the key operatives behind ouster is now resolute in the Nord Stream – 2 gas pipeline supplying gas from Russia to Germany. 

Likewise, Thailand’s First Female Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra was deposed via Judicial coup in the flawed and controversial Constitutional Court decision. The manner the head of the state i.e. the former PM Yingluck Shinawatra was ejected from her post was rather strange. The power supply to her office was cut off evicting everyone from the premise. Such activities only qualify as shoddy and goon politics.

The ex-Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra’s crime was offering the country’s farmers better rates on the rice production that upset the establishment and royalists in the country. She was accused of inflicting damage to extraordinary profit margins for the stakeholders in the rice industry by providing farmers higher than market rates. The allegation against her was dubbed Costly rice subsidized scheme.  The situation was further fueled by foreign sources expediting the ban on her from politics for five years. Yingluck Shinawatra’s brother, also former Prime Minister of Thailand, Thaksin Shinawatra – a reformist and populist helping rural development won every national election as his sister. But then, he was forced into exile by military coup on alleged corruption charges leaving Thailand under military junta which means in shambles. 

What does that say about status quo?

The earnest leaders led governments engagement in serving the people of their respective nation always regarded endangerment to global power. They pursue anyone involving in the betterment of people and improving their lives utilizing national resources that are routinely targeted for exclusive gains and enrichment at world majority plight. The globalists henceforth strategized to install their agents and proxies to run governments under the guise of reformists to win elections and maintain business as usual. The illegitimate global authority ever remaining incognito are the enemies of the people in the entire world.

The fact of the matter is all things are set to expire without exception and that applies to systemic abuse of power and those behind the trend at the apex to the bottom.

Padmini Arhant

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