In this episode of ICIC – International Crimes Investigative Committee, Alex Thomson (former British GCHQ officer, partner agency of NSA) and Rodney Atkinson (political and economic commentator, journalist and author) report on the diverse and subtle tools of corporatism used by so-called elite groups, mostly super-rich NGOs and business corporations.This enables them to surreptitiously infiltrate the economy and politics in order to expand their influence at all levels.
Thomson and Atkinson explain how this merges corporate and state power into an authoritarian, socialist form of capitalism in which the individual must subordinate himself to the common good at all costs (see the so-called Corona pandemic).
Furthermore, it is illuminated in detail that this inhumane action, which purposefully makes the individual invisible and weak, results from the fact that people are precisely part of certain political economic structures, which, however, are gradually intertwined through corporatism and any transparency and neutrality is dissolved.
By means of so-called gentlemen’s agreements and the abuse of corporatism, politically, legally and economically compliant persons
would be appointed in the background of the world stage, actions would be carried out and structures would be formed in order to enforce
hard-core self-interests under the pretext of human welfare. The aim is to achieve absolute control in all areas of life of societies and people in order to be able to steer them according to one’s liking.