This of course is the goal of globalization . . . to keep all communities poor and struggling while the profit made from the people's hard work leaves the community and goes into the hands of the corporations and the international bankers. If more people understood that globalization is a race to the bottom, this game would stop. If more corporate government decision makers cared about the prosperity of their own communities, this game would stop. The term "global competitiveness" means the people get poorer and poorer and the international corporate banking cartel get richer and richer.
To help the globalists achieve their goal of wealth extraction, they promote the RAND CORPORATION"S Delphi Technique in all meetings. It is taught to private corporations, government corporations, educational institutions and non-profit administrators and other organizations. However, they never use the term the Delphi Technique, instead they call it "consensus" building.
For example, this ruthless and dishonest strategy for consensus building is promoted to create international standards by the American National Standards Institute. This is from their website:
"In many instances, U.S. standards are taken forward to ISO and IEC, through ANSI or USNC, where they are adopted in whole or in part as international standards. For this reason, ANSI plays an important part in creating international standards that support the worldwide sale of products, which prevent regions from using local standards to favor local industries.Since volunteers from industry and government, not ANSI staff, carry out the work of the international technical committees, the success of these efforts often is dependent upon the willingness of U.S. industry and government to commit the resources required to ensure strong U.S. technical participation in the international standards process."
While the concept of International Standards are sold to many as a "good thing", here is the reality:
The Delphi "consensus" scam:
- International standards support the worldwide sale of products produced by the international corporations at the expense of the people who do all of the work.
- International standards encourage and create pollution from the extensive system of long distance transport of goods.
- International standards waste even more resources via the extensive system of long distance transport
- International standards create dependency on mega-corporations while resources and wealth is extracted from communities.
- International standards are designed to destroy the ability of the people who live in a community to decide what is best for them.
This strategy is part of the elitist attitude that people don't really want their way . . . they just want their say! So, they discourage laying out all of the facts for a "group" and permitting the group to thoroughly discuss the issue and vote on it. They discourage open public discussions and promote "mail in comments" to control the information the group is presented with. If these groups were composed of well informed people who got to vote on all of the issues that effect their lives, the people may not be in the dire straights they now find themselves in!
From the American National Standards Institute's web site:
The hallmarks of the American National Standards process include:
~consensus on a proposed standard by a group or “consensus body” that includes representatives from materially affected and interested parties;
~broad-based public review and comment on draft standards;
~consideration of and response to comments submitted by voting members of the relevant consensus body and by public review commenters;
~incorporation of approved changes into a draft standard; and right to appeal by any participant that believes that due process principles were not sufficiently respected during the standards development in accordance with the ANSI-accredited procedures of the standards developer.
The ANSI process serves all standardization efforts in the United States by providing and promoting a process that withstands scrutiny, while protecting the rights and interests of every participant. In essence, ANSI standards quicken the market acceptance of products while making clear how to improve the safety of those products for the protection of consumers.
This quote is corporate "spin" also known as propaganda. Please note that the word "vote" is not included in their "consensus" process. The handpicked "participants" are only allowed public comment. And there is absolutely no assurance that these "comments" will result in any changes in the international "standardization" process. In fact, we know comments are not considered if they do not align with the predetermined goals. Nor are the "public comments" shared with the participants by those in charge of implementing the Delphi Technique. Nor is the word "majority" ever used by those in charge of implementing the Delphi Technique. A "majority" would require a VOTE. The concept of utilizing input from the people that live and work in the communities to formulate policies that will impact their lives is not considered . .
We need to understand that a "consumer" has no role in society except to buy "stuff" and obey the "rules" created by the corporate profiteers.
The terms CONSENSUS and PUBLIC COMMENT is your tip off that you are being Delphied, deceived, manipulated and swindled. Sadly, some of the nicest people have been brainwashed into using this strategy on their friends and neighbors. Unfortunately they are involved in hollowing out their very own communities and their children's future employment prospects and don't even know it. They have been BRAINWASHED into using this destructive Delphi Technique that was created by the elite's think-tank known as the RAND CORPORATION.
The UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change used the Delphi Technique on their attendees to arrive at the CONSENSUS that 'carbon dioxide emissions are creating climate change' and of course this is not true. . They were Delphied.
Why is our government participating in extracting the resources and wealth out of our communities?Because they are not who we think they are!
We have mega corporations and bankers posing as a legitimate government and they are not. . .