The Disease of World Government has many Strains

An Editorial by Tony Cartalucci

Crony Capitalism, Communism, Fascism, Socialism, Imperialism. People find it hard to believe that these are all actually the exact same thing. Take the -ism as one would take an -itus in a doctor's prognosis. They are all diseases we must defend against.

What a globalist fails to accomplish under fascism, he will accomplish under communism. The study of a nation's history will reveal, upon failure, the globalists turn from one form of tyranny to another. Fascist CIA backed regimes that go rouge are met with Communism, socialist regimes that go rogue are met with right-wing fascism, and the bottom line is that any form of government is found acceptable as long as it is a centrally controlled obedient regime to the global banker oligarchy.

Cambodia's Hun Sen has sold half of his nation out to the globalists. He is a tyrannical, dictator for life who seized power through a bloody coup leaving his opponents dead or in exile. In order to facilitate land sales, he has either arrested or displaced thousands upon thousands of Cambodians. Not a peep is made by the international community or the mainstream media as globalist investors from the UK to Australia gleefully join the "land grab" and participate in an open crime against humanity.

Nepal's Maoist rebels have deposed what they claimed was a corrupt monarchy. Despite their victory, violence and consolidating power is still the name of their Maoist game. They hail from the Revolutionary Internationalist Movement. The name itself should engender suspicions as to who their real masters are. Its a fair bet that the same globalist bankers that funded Communists worldwide over the last century are proud masters of the RIM and its satellite organizations in Thailand and India.

America and much of Europe claim to be "capitalists" and progressive "socialists," while the truth is closer to the mark of corporate fascism and totalitarianism. They are nations of increasing tyranny on par with any truly fascist or communist state, and their allegiance to the globalist banker oligarchy defines the common denominator they share with their brother tyrants in Cambodia, Nepal, and the movement being led by globalist minion Thaksin Shinwatra of Thailand.

The variety of flavors tyranny takes are numerous, but they all leave the same unpleasant after taste - the end of freedom, the end of your humanity. The variety they take is meant to appeal to different geopolitical conditions in which globalists seek to seize control. What will work in the mountains of Nepal and the countryside of Thailand with the Maoists will not work with Western Europeans. The corporate fascist model of Western Europe may not appeal to the increasingly large number of illegal immigrants in the Southwest United States, so Marxism is applied.

We must study history and geopolitics deeply, understand the roots of these problems and the puppet masters that loom above. We must not appeal to our emotional preconceived notions of what is good and bad, and analytically, objectively examine each situation as they come. Think of the joy the globalists have when they see real patriots in the United States standing in solidarity with their engineered Maoist rebellion in Thailand? Think about how happy they are to see people repulsed by crony capitalism only to be snared by their Marxist nets?

As true men and women of freedom we must always be vigilant. Tyranny takes on many different shapes and patiently waits for the right environment within which to flourish. Vigilance is the price we pay for freedom, but we should pay it gladly, for seeking the truth and all the imagination, ingenuity and wonders it unlocks is the truest, most noble purpose of humanity.

Globalist Hit Fails in Bangkok

By Tony Cartalucci

As the media tries to canonize fugitive ex-prime minister Thaksin Shinwatra as a visionary of democracy, and patriarch of Thailand's "red shirt" movement, his proxies on the ground in Thailand are either in jail or on the run.

“It is the beginning of class war,” said Natthawut Saikua, a UDD red shirt leader. Mr. Saikua, who was once a member of Thaksin's political party, had called on protesters several times before the final confrontation to "burn all of Thailand to the ground," should the red shirt leadership be caught.

The violent nature of the red shirts is well known in Thailand, but for observers overseas depending on the mass media for information, they appeared as gallant, slingshot wielding protesters on par with the Greeks. They attacked banks, just like the Greeks and fought against heavily armed riot troops, just like the Greeks. What wasn't mentioned was the fact that Thailand wasn't under any "austerity" measures. The media had also done a masterful job of concealing the army of ex-rangers, dressed in black, working on behalf of Thaksin and the red shirts.

They ambushed the military during a crackdown on April 10th, 2010, after conducting weeks of drive-by shootings and grenade attacks on offices and business fronts, including banks that were personal enemies of Thaksin Shinwatra.

From Reuters, "The red shirts' international spokesman, Sean Boonpracong, told Reuters elements of the army are with their movement. They are known as 'watermelons' -- green on the outside but red in the middle -- and they include the shadowy, black-clad men with military weapons that were seen at the April 10th crackdown.

'They are a secret unit within the army that disagrees with what's going on. Without them, the black clad men, there would have been a whole lot more deaths and injuries,' he said."

Major General Khattiya Sawasdipol, know as 'Seh Daeng,' or 'Red Commander,' was a close associate of Thaksin Shinwatra, meeting him several times in Dubai during Thaksin's exile, also made a startling admission that indeed, there was an armed, militant wing of professional killers working on behalf of Thaksin. This report comes from "The Age."

"In one recent interview he declared that he had 300 armed men trained for ''close encounters'' and armed with M79 grenade launchers. In other interviews he denied he was the leader of the military wing of the UDD.

When a senior military officer was killed by sniper fire last month, he told the media that it was the work of a shadowy unit supporting Thaksin inside the military, dubbed the Ronin Warriors (a reference to the era of Samurai warriors in Japan). He strongly denied he was the leader of this death squad."

Despite open admissions of armed insurrection against the Thai government by red shirt leadership, the mainstream news media did its best to bury these facts and continue portraying Thailand as another "Greece." Another premise they have made was that this movement was grassroots, organic, and fluid. Again, those in Thailand knew otherwise.

The red shirt leadership is an exclusive club of Chinese trained Maoists, current and former members of Thaksin's political party, and entertainers paid to place their stamp of approval on the movement for their impressionable audience. The organizing of the "red shirts" can be best described by this article from ISP, which exposes the fact that Thaksin's closest associates were actually conducting indoctrination camps all over the rural north of Thailand.

The final impression the mainstream media tries to get across to its unsuspecting audience is that the protesters were fighting for "democracy." On face value, those fighting for "modern" democracy implies a globalist hit, but implications are not necessary. Thaksin's Marxist intelligentsia tried in vain to convince us that a Marxist welfare state equates to democracy and self-determination. This interview with self-confessed Marxist, red shirt leader in exile, and writer of the "Red Siam Manifesto," Giles Ungkaporn gives us a breathtaking display of hypocrisy and same-sentence contradictions as he describes the "democracy" the red shirts plan to bring to Thailand.

Thaksin Shinwatra himself, a CFR speaker, former Carlyle Group member, Asian Union proponent who proposed the Asian Cooperative Dialogue, has since the 2006 coup been supported by some of Washington and the West's best lobbyist firms These include Baker & Botts, Edelman, Amsterdam and Peroff, and Barbour Griffith and Rogers. With the mainstream media bending to the commentary of lawyers like Robert Amsterdam, repeating Giles Ungkaporn's rhetoric almost verbatim, and the UN attempting to pry its way into the conflict, again, it appears as if a globalist hit was in progress.

Of course, with the violence ended, and the red shirt leaders and their propaganda network shut down, it is uncertain what will come next. UDD red shirt leader Jakrapob Penkair, and former spokesman for Thaksin Shinwatra, told Asia Times "that the UDD had clandestinely moved small arms from Cambodia to Thaksin's supporters in Thailand's northeastern region, where the exiled premier's popularity runs strongest. He told other news agencies that the UDD was willing to launch an "armed struggle" to achieve its goals, which included the toppling of the government and restoration of Thaksin's power."

It seems for now, despite the mainstream media's best efforts and the most well connected lawyers and lobbyist firms on earth being involved, the "People's War" has been delayed, giving Thailand some much needed breathing room.

What unfolds in the days, months, and years to come will determine whether Thailand succumbs to the globalists or is able to maintain their sovereignty and work within their own system to end corruption, reduce poverty, and create better social justice through their own, real, self-determination.

On a final note, another convenient oversight of the mass media's new "saint of democracy," was Thaksin's ties to ex-Khmer Rogue, dictator for life; Cambodia's PM Hun Sen. Asia Times article "Plots seen in Thaksin's Cambodia gambit," referenced above, also points out that Thaksin Shinwatra was officially named as Hun Sen's "economic adviser." Thaskin, during his exile has landed more than once in Cambodia to conduct his business of undermining neighboring Thailand. His political party has literally met with him on foreign Cambodian soil to conduct political business. Thaksin Shinwatra's associations with dictator Hun Sen are most unsettling as Hun Sen is himself a globalist minion who has literally sold half of his nation out to globalist investors.

Considering this, and the nature of Thaksin Shinwatra, his nefarious associations and the dubious support given to him and his "red shirts" by the mainstream media, we must take a step back and recognize this for what it was. A globalist hit. It has stalled, and instead of being in "solidarity" with Marxist rebels, we should take the reprieve in violence as a victory and proof that the once 'all powerful' globalists are now showing signs of weakness and failing on every front.

Reds, Thailand's La Raza: A Warning to America

by Tony Cartalucci

Not unlike La Raza in America, the mainstream media has ignored and even assisted the red shirt movement in Thailand with hiding its violent Marxist ideology and their calls for class warfare. As the red shirt leaders on stage called for the burning of Bangkok, the mainstream media spun stories of disenfranchised peasants fighting for their voice to be heard.

The following clip shows National United Front of Democracy Against Dictatorship (UDD) red shirt leader Nattawut Saikuar declare (in Thai) that if he, or any of the other red shirt leaders are captured, to burn down the entire nation.

With the capture of the red shirt leadership on May 19, 2010 no one can deny it was empty rhetoric as buildings throughout the city burned to the ground and city halls in Thaksin's northern stronghold were torched and destroyed.

The shocking amount of violence may have come as a surprise to some, but those who have watched the red movement develop since Thaksin Shinwatra's ousting in 2006 knew it was only a matter of time before the fevered rhetoric and threats of violence became a reality. Between Maoist re-education schools operating up north, to the calls to arms in the red shirt's various publications, the creation of class warfare was just a matter of time.

UDD red shirt leader Jakrapob Penkair hinted in April 2009 that the time of class warfare was coming sooner than later. Asia Times reported: "Before going into exile, Jakrapob told this correspondent that the UDD had clandestinely moved small arms from Cambodia to Thaksin's supporters in Thailand's northeastern region, where the exiled premier's popularity runs strongest. He told other news agencies that the UDD was willing to launch an "armed struggle" to achieve its goals, which included the toppling of the government and restoration of Thaksin's power."

The red shirt's self-proclaimed intellectuals put their spin on the movement, deciding it as the only logical outcome of "injustice" while admitting the communist nature and organization of the movement. Self-confessed Marxist and red shirt leader Giles Ungpakorn spins the red shirt movement in terms eerily similar to the characterization of another Marxist engineered class war brewing on the other side of the planet ... La Raza in the United States.

La Raza also uses similar calls of perceived injustices as validation for violence. With the mass media's blissful ignorance, La Raza will fester, grow, and amass until you wake up with a violent mob challenging the rule of law in the final stages of a class war too far in progress to stop. Tensions will be high, as they were in Bangkok. The mass media will call for restraint in enforcing the law while the La Raza leadership incites their followers into a blood thirsty mob. Violence will break out and should the masses succeed in defeating security forces and break down the existing system, the final product of class war will look very similar to Pol Pot's Cambodia.

The end of private property, the end of the Bill of Rights, the end of your freedom and your humanity.

Study the rise of Thailand's reds, understand their mindset, the failure of the government and the people of Thailand to expose and stop them, the media's role in covering up their true intentions and nefarious activities, and avoid repeating this tragedy in the United States.

Thailand's Red Shirts: How to Hide an Army Under the Nose of the World

by Tony Cartalucci

The "red shirts" in Thailand, as they stand off with armed Thai troops in the center of Bangkok, have been portrayed by the mainstream media as freedom fighters for democracy. BBC and CNN have repeatedly reported that the protesters are unarmed, or lightly armed with only slingshots, rocks, and Molotov cocktails, giving the illusion of a "David vs. Goliath" epic.

The illusion begins to breakdown as photos and videos begin to trickle out. LIFE magazine featured a photo gallery with a red shirt leveling a revolver from a covered position, and journalists have released tweeted photos of several other pistol wielding protesters.

New York Times also reported that gunfights were raging throughout the city along with grenade attacks aimed at government forces, suggesting that Thai army forces are up against more than just slingshots and rocks. Thais and foreign journalists call the mystery gunmen the "men in black," referring to the black garbed, heavily armed militants working on behalf of the red shirt protest leaders.

The "men in black" or "black shirts" debuted on April 10th, 2010, when the worst violence in decades cost the lives of 20+ protesters and soldiers. April 10th saw the government's first serious attempt to disperse the red shirt protesters after they attempted to storm a military base in Bangkok. Army Colonel Romklao led the operation against the protesters.

A seasoned veteran, Colonel Romklao had dispersed this very same mob last year, in April 2009 without a single loss of life. The strategy was the same; shots fired into the sky, tear gas and rubber bullets into the crowd and an advance with shields and batons on protesters. It was night and the army was playing soothing music before beginning the operation. Soldiers firing into the sky, began to advance on the protesters when an M79 round landed into the middle of their front line. Several vans reportedly pulled in behind the protesters' line, and black garbed gunmen piled out brandishing AK-47's, more M79 launchers, and M16's. Videos on YouTube show the spectacular explosion of the first M79 from several perspectives, including one directly behind the blast, leaving Thai soldiers on the ground, bleeding, injured and dying.

Another M79 came in, followed by another. A green laser marker swept the troop lines and stopped on Colonel Romklao's command unit. M79's and gunfire erupted, locked in on the green marker. It was an ambush. What happened next was unmitigated violence; confusion amongst retreating troops with their leadership decapitated, elation and boldness amongst protesters who began clubbing injured soldiers, and panicking soldiers firing back while trying to recover their dead and wounded, leaving behind armored personal carriers, weapons, and equipment behind in their haste.

Snipers, covering the black shirts moving on the ground targeted army troops and protesters alike. Someone within the UDD red shirt movement wanted to make sure a bloodbath took place this April 10th night, even if it meant bringing it upon themselves. As diabolical and unbelievable as that may seem, the proof comes from the UDD red shirt leadership itself.

From a Reuters report: “Red shirt spokesman Sean Boonpracong told Reuters the shadowy black clad gunmen seen at the April 10 rally were there to protect the red shirts. “They are a secret unit within the army that disagrees with what’s going on. Without them, the black clad men, there would have been a whole lot more deaths and injuries.”

After initially denying there were even gunmen present that night, other UDD red shirt leaders began echoing Boonpracong's sediments, thanking the black shirts for their dark deeds that night. Major General Khattiya Sawasdipol, also know as Seh Daeng (Red Commander), of the UDD red shirts, shed further light on the gunmen.

"The Age" reported: "Sawasdipol was formerly a Thai ranger and recruited many former rangers to be security guards for the UDD tented city in Bangkok. In one recent interview he declared that he had 300 armed men trained for ''close encounters'' and armed with M79 grenade launchers. In other interviews he denied he was the leader of the military wing of the UDD.

When a senior military officer was killed by sniper fire last month [Colonel Romklao], he told the media that it was the work of a shadowy unit supporting Thaksin inside the military, dubbed the Ronin Warriors (a reference to the era of Samurai warriors in Japan)."

One would wonder why gunmen, admittedly working for the UDD red shirts, would instigate such violence and what the UDD red shirt leadership hoped to gain from such a bloodbath. Amazingly, Sean Boonpracong, UDD's official spokesman, explains in detail how the resulting violence was meant to be the impetus to call Prime Minster Abhisit's resignation and snap elections, the only real demand being made by the protesters.

Now, with the death toll mounting, many have believed the Thai army to be heavy handed, with snipers and rifle squads setting up bunkers throughout the streets of Bangkok. Clearly though, if there are black shirt death squads supporting Thaksin's manufactured "people's revolution," and considering what happened to Thai troops on April 10th, nothing less would be prudent.

Bangkok's Lumpinee Park, adjacent to the UDD red shirt's main protest site, has been the scene of some of the most brutal gunfights in the conflict and the scene of several journalist shootings. Those seeking refuge inside the park are using the same assault rifles and M79 launchers employed on April 10th.

Running gun battles are taking place at several other hot spots around the city. Red shirt protesters, cheer every time an M79 explodes in the distance, as they burn tires, throw rocks, and fire improvised weapons.

As the battle rages on, footage and photographs will continue to trickle in. UDD red shirt leadership have already slipped up several times, stating that they would withdraw "militant fighters" from the streets if the government returns to the negotiating table. Despite the foreign media's best efforts to portray the movement as organic, grassroots, and unarmed, it is the UDD red shirt leadership itself that has contradicted them along with the help of YouTube videos and Twitter photos taken on the streets of Bangkok.

Breathtaking misinformation, selective reporting, and careful wording by the mainstream media has turned the reality of an armed globalist backed insurrection, into the lie of a brutal, merciless military crackdown on unarmed peasants. This is how an army of mercenaries is hidden under the nose of the entire world. But the alternative news exposes the facts and gives us a better insight into the events playing out on the streets of Bangkok as well as an anatomy lesson on mass media misinformation. It also gives us a sober warning about the potential folly of violent resistance. Protesters who truly believe in their hearts they are fighting for their future are nothing more than pawns for men intent on dooming them instead.

Thailand's Thaksin Shinwatra, Marxists, and the NWO

The Truth About Thailand's Current Violence

By Tony Cartalucci

At the root of this protest is fugitive ex-prime minister, Thaksin Shinwatra. Before being elected as prime minister, Thaksin was a member of Carlyle Group's Asian advisory board. He had bragged to media how, after being elected in 2001, he still served as a "match maker" for foreign investors.

He was an eager free-trader and an open proponent of globalism in the fiercely independent Kingdom of Thailand, the only nation in Southeast Asia to avoid Western colonization.

During his premiership, he began to consolidate his power through the creation of a rurally based political machine. The mechanics of this machine included newly created village funds that were topped off with millions of baht for villages that contributed the most to his various political campaigns, cheap loans, a socialist 30 baht health-care scheme that nearly imploded Thailand's heathcare system, and last but not least, good old fashioned vote buying come election time.

Behind the scenes, there was community "organizing" taking place to create what would later become the infamous "red shirts." One of Thaksin's former political colleagues discussed in an interview with Asia Times, about how classical Maoist techniques were used to program the "red shirt" army. After years of conditioning, Therdpoum Chaidee said this of the final results:

"Many of them [red shirts] are now absolutely convinced that Thaksin was the best leader in Thai history, that he was a kind and generous man who holds the solution to all their problems. They don't need a program - they just need a new Thai state with Thaksin in charge. It has become very emotional - as it was designed to be."

With this new Maoist "perspective" and with Thaksin Shinwatra's inevitable fall from grace as the rest of the country began to discover his true intentions, his term was called sort after massive protracted protests and a military coup in 2006. Thaksin's vision of creating a single party government and implementing sweeping changes to transform the nation into what would basically be a free-trade bloc of corporate fascism ready to be rolled into the Asian Union , would be put on hold.

Thaksin has/had help from PR minions like Sam Moon of the Economist,

And the lobbyist firm Barbour, Griffith, and Roberts...

After his ouster in 2006, he began employing his Maoist led, Marxist indoctrinated mob simply called the "red shirts." Officially they are called the UDD or the National United Front of Democracy Against Dictatorship. The cogs at work here are best explained by Therdpoum Chaidee, a former communist and colleague of current UDD protest leaders, as well as a member of parliament under Thaksin's now defunct Thai Rak Thai party.

Here he explains how a Maoist Marxist revolution is created, that its goals are not conducive to anyone outside of the inner circle so only the most ignorant need apply. Parallels can be drawn not only to the overview of what Therdpoum explains regarding Thailand's "red shirts," but even with the exact language used by him when compared to US Marxist speakers like this L.A. teacher speaking at UCLA.

Let there be no mistake that the future of Thailand is in peril. These protesters are not a grassroots freedom movement, but an insidious, engineered wave of violence meant to empty out Thailand's upper and middle class, and roll the nation over into a fascist dictatorship "republic" under Thaksin Shinwatra and his globalist handlers.

Finally, please consider the following selection of propaganda taken from the UDD's official magazines published and distributed throughout Thailand. They feature articles by not only the UDD core leadership, but by Thai Rak Thai party members, foreign meddlers, and current Peua Thai Party (Thai Rak Thai's re-branding after it was disbanded for voter fraud, twice.) Please notice the category "Communist Thailand" and the glorified picture of Lenin riding a wave of red.

Much more is obviously at work here behind this "red revolution." The foreign media purposefully pleads ignorant to the statements of violence, admissions to murder, and calls to arms within the pages of the movements official publications. These calls and admissions are repeated on a daily basis by UDD leaders on the stage. BBC or CNN need only a single translator to expose this deadly plot for what it is. Yet they plead ignorant and show only dead protesters and the army relentlessly shooting them.

Freedom is marked by independence, independence is marked by knowledge. Please research the provided links above, and please dig in deeper yet to the crux of the truth. Thailand is the only nation in Southeast Asia to have resisted Western colonization and to this day they have resisted Monsanto's attempts to spread GMO crops, the movie and music industry's attempt to impose draconian IP laws, big pharma's attempts to fleece the Thai people with their overpriced medication, and the overall drive to turn Thailand into yet another centralized consumerist gulag. Free markets (and black markets) still thrive, still do the best job of spreading the wealth and giving people access to modern conveniences. This is an appeal not for your support, but for you to search for the truth and not react instinctively to hyped headlines and one-sided reporting.