Note to reader: After reading this week’s World Affairs Brief, why would anyone ever want to work for an employer?
I wanted to share with my readers the latest copy of the World Affairs Brief. I found Mr. Skousen’s observations and analysis regarding the socialist objectives quite sobering, especially since they largely conform with the consensus of this blog. While Socialism’s true economic objectives in his analysis are not mentioned, I find his perspective of merit.
The WAB begins with the following remarks;
THE RADICAL AGENDAS HEADING OUR WAY
America is being dragged down by over 100 years of creeping socialism. Socialists didn’t really try to get Americans to buy into the full socialist agenda where the government owns all the means of productions, like steel and oil industries, public transportation, collective farms, etc. that have been such abject failures in every country they have been tried, including the Soviet Union; Instead we have been beset with Fabian socialism, where they allow private property but the state regulates it to restrict what you can do with “your” property and they tax property and income to finance all the socialist programs for benefits to the “poor” or “healthcare for all.” But even this process has been slow despite the millions who love the redistribution of wealth promised by socialism–thanks to vigorous opposition by conservatives who value the free market more than government handouts. But all that is changing now that public schools and universities are busy churning out young socialists; and Democrat and RINO Republican leaders are in charge of our former Republic—now turned mostly into a raw democracy. Radical things are about to happen in taxing the rich, denying white people employment, gun control, and stacking the judiciary with radical leftists intent on overturning the few constitutional restrictions that remain to protect our rights. And worst of all there is a pernicious public-private secret partnership going on between the Pentagon and the DOJ with big tech, like Google and Amazon that will shock you, and censorship is only a part of it. This week, I will showcase several examples for you to see where this is heading.
Regarding the continued COVID-related vaccine mandates; further down in the Brief, Mr. Skousen shows some examples of how the uninjected are being discriminated against, and are effectively being forced out of many areas of employment.World_Affairs_Brief_2023_feb_3
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The Brief continues further down to add some interesting news coverage regarding the relationship between big tech and the USG.
Glenn Beck recently had Amy Sterner Nelson on his “Targets of Tyranny” show last year, where she exposed how Amazon got the DOJ to use civil forfeiture to go after all their bank accounts, without charging them with a single crime. Amy’s husband worked for Amazon’s cloud division at one time as a real estate agent where he and his company scouted out sites all over the country for these data centers, worth millions. He was no longer working for Amazon when the FBI came in and raided all their accounts.
They ended up selling their home in Seattle and borrowing whatever funds they could from family and friends to hire lawyers to find out why the DOJ was doing this. The FBI then even raided her legal teams’ trust account taking the money they had given their attorneys for legal work. When they found out that Amazon was behind this financial attack, the Nelson’s had their attorneys reach out to Amazon for answers. Strangely, Amazon’s attorney said they would only talk to the Nelsons if Amy’s husband first pleaded guilty to a felony!
That wasn’t going to happen, so in the Nelson’s civil case they brought against Amazon and the government, through the discovery process, they were able to finally get to the bottom of this. They even got copies of all the incriminating emails between Amazon and personal friends in the Department of Justice, showing a pattern of illegal conspiracy and collusion to get Amy’s husband for something that had nothing to do with.
You need to actually hear this account in detail in the video recording of Beck’s interview with Amy but apparently Amazon had never paid the real estate development firm they hired to do all this data center development, which Amy’s husband worked for on behalf of Amazon. According to Amy, Amazon owed the company $60M and by contract was liable for a $100M default judgment if they refused to pay. Amazon could only escape the default judgment if they could find someone in the company guilty of a felony. That target was Amy’s husband.
Here’s another passage regarding reverse discrimination;
The Issue of Reverse Discrimination.
With the extreme bias of Critical Race Theory being taught in schools and universities in America, we are starting to see reverse discrimination growing after years of modest decline. In past decades, the Supreme Court has not approved of formal racial quotas at universities and corporations in giving minorities preference in placement and hiring. But over time those prohibitions have been eroded by stealth, through unwritten policies which do exactly that—give hiring and placement preference to women and minorities in university programs, school hiring of teachers and administrators, corporate jobs and even military recruiting.
If enough radical judges get confirmed to the appellate courts or even the Supreme Court it is inevitable that laws actually demanding outright discrimination against Whites will be upheld, using the excuse of past centuries of slavery. It has already happened in South Africa where new laws have been enacted by the Black majority in government that demand that Blacks be given absolute preference over Whites in hiring if they can be considered “qualified.”
The result has been a new rise in homelessness among whites in South Africa and the growth of “shanty towns” where whites who can’t get hired in any paying job in their field become the newly impoverish. Here’s a short video of an aid worker in South Africa documenting a new shanty town and interviewing its White inhabitants. Could that happen here? It’s hard to imagine, but the radical Left would love nothing more in its warped view of “social justice.”
Overall, I find this week’s Brief an interesting read. Make your own money.