Corporatism: The Secret Government of the New World Order by Jeffrey Grupp
June 17, 2010 by Bob Livingston
America is a nation secretly controlled by large corporations and other background entities that terrorize the nation’s citizens in order to establish a fascist-like control. And sadly, the vast majority of Americans have no idea anything of the sort is going on, according to Jeffrey Grupp, author of Corporatism: The Secret Government of the New World Order.
The transformation from a free to a corporatist society actually began in 1870s and continued slowly into the 1970s. But since the 1970s the transformation picked up speed turning the United States into a communist nation—an Orwellian state with all the standard characteristics such as invisible and fabricated terror networks, mass brainwashing, staged war, mass poverty and, eventually, the migration of virtually all citizens into compact, dirty, disease-ridden cities that could more accurately be called labor or concentration camps. And the pace of the transformation really accelerated after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Grupp writes.
For Grupp, the idea of a corporation includes the normal idea of a corporation: General Electric, for example. But it also encompasses the mainstream media and organizations like the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), International Monetary Fund (IMF), World Health Organization (WHO), North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), United Nations (UN) and a myriad of other alphabet soup organizations that he says work against the people and take on criminalistic and/or genocidal qualities.
He posits that there are actually two governments at work in the U.S. (and around the world for that matter). The visible government is comprised of the President, Senators, Representatives and Supreme Court Justices that you see in action on C-Span, various news channels or in Washington, D.C.
But then there is the invisible government that operates behind the scenes by pulling the strings and pushing the buttons of the visible government. Grupp also writes that many members of the visible government are a part of the invisible government as well.
Grupp knows there are many skeptics to his beliefs. But this book lays out step-by-step his argument of how the secret government controls not only the thoughts and actions of the visible government, but the thoughts and actions of the populace as well. He writes:
“Do you have trouble believing that such a secret corporatist government exists? Do you have trouble believing that it could be as well-coordinated, hidden, savage, and tight-lipped as I am describing it? Is it so hard for you to believe a secret corporatist government exists, that you are inclined to reject the idea as implausible? Well, if you are inclined to reject the idea, then you have forgotten that this sort of group has manifested all throughout history, with the same level of secrecy, savagery, and well-organized functioning. The Nazis are a perfect example, where Nazi media information, medicine, military, government, and so on, were all perfectly controlled and coordinated by a secretive corporatistic government which, it seems, most Germans were oblivious to. You don’t think this is going on here in the United States?”
And Grupp’s argument is that some of the same people involved in the Nazi regime are behind today’s corporatism (for example, George W. Bush’s grandfather, Prescott Bush, was a top Nazi and Hitler’s banker).
Grupp shows how the secret government uses the media and corporations to achieve its goals—that is pushing toward One World Government.
It does so by framing its message to push the people into believing that—as George Orwell stated in 1984—that war is peace and freedom is slavery and ignorance is strength.
He demonstrates the effects that false flag terror and war events have had in molding and shaping the minds of Americans in order to make it easier for the decision-makers to achieve their ends: wars, economic downturns, higher taxes, oppressive government and submission to the nanny state.
Grupp writes that al-Qaida and Osama bin Laden are tools used by the CIA and that the government was complicit in the 9/11 terror attacks and the President, his staff, Congress and the media covered up the facts in order to hide what really happened that day.
He also makes a case that the secret government is using vaccines, faulty medical data, poisonous medicines and dubious research in order to make Americans a docile people that submit to orders and follow instructions without question.
Finally, Grupp posits that the secret government is using chemicals, bioterrorism and nanotechnology to advance its agenda of population reduction and control of American citizens.
The book is well sourced and a fascinating, thought-provoking trip into the major conspiracy theories alive today. If you believe that people and governments are capable of pulling off evil acts to achieve their agendas—particularly in a move toward One World Government—this book will reinforce your beliefs. If you’re not prone to conspiracy theories and don’t think people and governments can be evil entities, then this book will at least give you pause.