Corporate Globalism meets Leftist Internationalism
It only seems to be within the past few decades that Goldman Sachs has become noticeable in the ranks of those who push for what is now quite widely called, by antagonists and protagonists, the ‘new world order’. Goldman Sachs is now discussed in the way Rothschild was. What they and many other global corporations call ‘good global citizenship’ is regarded by others as having a sinister intent. How one views the aims of this globalisation is of course subjective. The aim of ‘good global citizenship’ in supporting a multiplicity of causes that just happen to be communistic is portrayed with the highest of humanitarian motives. Others would argue that history and our contemporary situation show that ‘the road to hell is paved with good intentions’, while those even more cynical would argue further that there are no ‘good intentions’, just greed and megalomania behind the façade of ‘good corporate citizenship’.
What are the motives, for example, behind the present man-made crisis: that of the ‘refugees’?