CAPITAL EXTREMISTS - PETTY AND DISRESPECTFUL Kees Deckers October 2012 Capital extremism - a global problem  Capital extremism is a global problem. Each of the almost 200 recognised countries are confronted with it. Wether the form of government  of a country is an empire, a kingdom, a sultanate, a dictatorial state, a communist state, a religious state, a multinational business state or  a democratic state, all wrestle with this problem. The cause is that these forms of governments are all just variants on the only real form of  government that exists: The oligarchy. Or the government of the few. It are the few, who start behaving like capital extremists. And each  on this oligarchy of capital extremists built variant is no more than a label, a fashionable jacket, which indicates how much the ruling  capital extremists tolerate or do not tolerate from their country slaves. Only when the country slaves, the religious slaves or the  multinational business slaves revolt, rules and laws are sometimes adjusted in favour of them temporarily. But at the same time the rules  to revolt are suppressed and eliminated as much as possible.  Capital extremism is timeless. The first emperor of China let a gigantic tomb be built for himself, in which, amongst others, nearly 10,000  life-sized terracotta statues of soldiers, horses and chariots were placed. For the construction of the tomb the humanpower of 700,000  labourers was used, according to the Dutch Wikipedia. And all this only for a grave. The pyramids of Egypt are another example of capital  extremism, if these structures were indeed, as stated by the MainStream historians, only intended as a tomb for one human. Yet another  example is the Taj Mahal in Agra, India. Built on the orders of a mogul as a tomb for his head wife. How many wives did he have and how  much more lesser tombs have been built for them? After his death this mogul himself too was buried in the palace for his head wife.   Slaves, of course, had to eat and drink and rest now and again, else they were useless. In first instance these necessities were regulated  by barter. This barter was replaced later by means of money. Roman soldiers for example were paid with a salt ration. Another word for salt  ration is salary. In areas where salt was scarce, it has long been used as currency. In the middle ages it was for instance habit in England,  that the entire household of a so-called important person, including personnel, were seated at one long table for meals. The salt was placed  in the middle. And the social status was measured by the place, where someone was seated. Was someone seated "below the salt" than  this person was not allowed to take from the salt. "Below the salt" in this way has become an English expression, meaning "common" or "of  low class". It are still the humans with so-called important jobs wo are paid a salary, while labourers receive wages. And even today it is  still a way to almost imperceptibly and secretly emphasise class difference.   In later times the fortresses and castles in England changed into large villas, country houses and mansions. In these it was common that  the personnel was living in the souterrain or basement, so literally beneath the important persons, while these last, the so-called  aristocracy, themselves lived literally above their slaves. The phrase "Upstairs, downstairs, in my lady's chamber" still reminds to this.  Colonisation, read slave trade, within and from other countries has been used for a long time by capital extremists of especially countries  like Spain, France, England, North-America and The Netherlands to enrich themselves brutally. Many citizens of these countries have  profited from and cooperated with this lust for colonisation and slavery. In that sense, in fact almost all citizens of certain countries have  behaved as capital extremists with respect to their fellow humans from other countries, led by their so-called leaders. Colonisation or slave  trade still takes place. However, it now are mostly the people from the own country again, who are turned into slaves. Slaves of a religion,  of a government and of trade and industry. And it are capital extremists, who, by way of colonisation of companies in every country  worldwide, create "multinational countries". "Multinational countries" with the cheapest possible labour, tax havens and all kinds of different  ways to maximise profits and capital, at the expense of the people in the countries where these capital extremists plant their businesses or  take over other ones. An example is the completely disrespectful way in which Apple treats its Chinese employees in that country for the  production of the so-called godlike i-devices, or the I-I-I-devices. It is one of he many forms and ways the capital extremists are occupied  with creating a capitalistic globalisation.  It are the few, the oligarchy, the 1%, who have organised and are organising themselves at an international and a global level. Where the  labourers and the citizens of all countries have failed and also often did not get the possibilities to organise themselves internationally, the  1% of all these countries have succeeded in this completely. They constantly do business internationally and globally. And it are they, who  determine what their fellow countrymen may or may not do, must do or must not do. It are they, who determine and limit the lives of their  fellow humans and all Earthlings from cradle to grave with regulations and laws. And it are they, who because of their idea and belief in  their own importance, as a result, keep enriching themselves at the cost of everything and each Earthling.  Capital extremists are humans, who gorge on and surround themselves with the energy of millions of others, who never have enough and  who, with their parasitic pettiness and disrespectfulness, hunt their host humans bit by bit towards an unnecessary early death. They  create for themselves a complete own and narrowed reality of enjoyment of power and selfishness. They live in Life Course Defined  Realities, surrounded by large walls in the form of villas and palaces, so they have little or no idea of the poverty their fellow Earthlings are  forced in by their behaviour to finance and expand their own little dream realities. They are comparable to the black holes from physics, all  energy is sucked into them and very little comes back out.  The Internet as a way to freedom and as a weapon  Since the Industrial Revolution and before that the internet is the first opportunity and the first means for all Earthlings, including the 99%,  to do research worldwide for themselves, to make contacts with Earthlings from all over the world themselves, and to provide information  to other Earthlings themselves about the real situation in their "own" country. Something that until the arrival of this medium was reserved  to only the wealthiest, because the other media are in their grip. And because they have the money to be able to travel all over the world,  to gather information, to suppress information and to do other business. In this globalisation of information exchange by way of the internet lies the answer to tackle this form of extremism and to solve it as much  as possible. By way of the internet as means of communications the so-called elite no longer has the exclusive right to information, and  through this information maintain and increase all power in their own hands. Each human with the possibility to have a computer and the  internet can exchange information with each other Earthling with this possibility. It is therefore no wonder that capital extremists spend so  much time and effort in suppressing, censoring and restricting this means of communication. If they succeed it will become the means, by  which every human of the 99% will be made even a slave in her own living quarters and her most private life. Everything can be regulated  through this means. From what a human being may buy each month, to what she may read, what she may listen to, where she has to go  to or has to be at each moment of the day and so on. Each day steps are being made in the direction of such a capitalistic based  globalisation, from electronic gates in most, large shops to pin checkouts to electronic gates at airports to every mobile device provided  with a Global Positioning System. The computer and the internet, like everything in the hands of humans, can be used as means to improve  the life of every Earthling, but can also be used as a weapon by a small group, who feel they are better and more important than all others.  In the following I give a few examples of capital extremism, about which only in the month September already could be read in newspapers  and on the internet. It concerns so-called leaders on the areas of government, religion and trade and industry.  Capital extremist 1 - Hassanal Bolkiah  In the Dutch newspaper "Algemeen Dagblad" of September 25 on pages 12 and 13 could be read for instance the article: "Huwelijk als een  sprookje van 1001 Nacht" (Marriage as a fairy tale of 1001 Nights). The subtitle: "Dochter van de schatrijke sultan van Brunei trouwt met  gewone ambtenaar" (Daughter of immensely rich sultan of Brunei marries ordinary official):  Why does the "Algemeen Dagblad" compare this wedding to a fairy tale? Is it this newspaper to do about the fact, that two humans from  now on will share their lives as a couple? Is that the fairy tale? Or is it the newspaper only to do about the power, the pomp and  circumstance and the bizarre wealth of a small family clique, which for 600 years already feels itself highly exalted above their fellow  countrymen and other humans? And is it that, which according to the newspaper is the fairy tale? Splendour, grandeur, treasures and  especially to have more than others? How long still will we believe, that it is a fairy tale to be extremely rich and to have power, preferably  hiding ourselves because of this and living locked away from the rest of the world in large palaces and on large estates? The palace of this  sultan, for instance, has 1,788 rooms and 257 bathrooms. It stands on a living space of 200,000 square meters and for the toys of the  sultan, luxury cars and sports cars, a real racetrack on this living space has been constructed.  In short, such a large piece of land and a similar dwelling are a wonderful way to separate yourself off from the rest of your fellow  countrymen. And to live in an own small dream reality of your own goodness and superbness and with the idea that all is well with the  world. From this small dream reality you have no idea how it goes with your fellow countrymen. But you do expect that they will maintain  and finance your small fairy tale reality.  Thinking a bit further makes you wonder, if it is so big a coincidence that the brand new son-in-law works at the office of the premier of the  country. That premier is the sultan. So the son-in-law is not just as "ordinary", as the newspaper states, for he has a position in the top  class of Brunei. He does not come from the middle class or the lower class, he is not an official of a backwater. Which makes the use of the  word: Fairy tale, even less credible. And from his position he will not likely be an opponent of the sultan soon. Except possibly from pure  self-interest. Capital extremist 2 - Goodwill Zwelithini  Another example can be found on the website of the B.B.C. and dates from September 5:  5 September 2012  Zulu King Zwelithini's sixth wife 'needs palace'  South Africa's Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini wants the government to spend $700,000 (£450,000) on a palace for his sixth wife, officials say. Queen Zola Mafu,  who is his youngest wife, is sharing a palace.   The KwaZulu Natal government, one of nine provincial administrations, has already budgeted about $6.9m for the royal family this year. Opposition parties have  previously accused the king, his wives and more than 25 children of lavish spending.  King Zwelithini, as leader of South Africa's largest ethnic group, is an extremely influential traditional leader in the country.  'Linen anger' Royal household department chief financial officer, Mduduzi Mthembu, told a parliamentary committee that a further $700,000 was needed to build Queen Mafu's  palace. The department also wanted $1.4m to upgrade Queen MaMchiza's palace, he said. Funding for the accommodation would be spread over three years, Mr  Mthembu (said, red). MPs on the committee said they would consider the request later this month.  Queen Mafu made headlines in 2004 when, as a 14-year-old, she first appeared in public with King Zwelithini. In 2008, opposition parties criticised King Zwelithini's  wives for spending about $24,000 on linen, designer clothes and costly holidays. The royal palaces are in different parts of Nongoma, a rural area about 300km (185  miles) north of Durban, the main city in KwaZulu Natal.  Internet reference (26-09-12):  http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-19489196 A palace per woman of a tradition focused capital extremist. And who must provide the money, by way of the sluice of the government?  The population. Here to we see a capital extremist, who as a black hole gobbles up enormous amounts of energy from everyone, of whom  he is the so-called leader. To be able to maintain in this way his own small fairy tale reality and to be able to expand this systematically for  his growing family clique of among others women and children. And then even bear the name: "Goodwill".  Up Next page