by Tony Cartalucci
November 20, 2011
After a decade of fighting, ending in 2006, Nepal's Maoist insurgents had finally achieved their dream of ending the nation's 240-year-old monarchy and establishing a secular "federal republic" in 2008.
For those keeping score, the terms
"Maoist" and "Marxist" and even "secular" or "federal republic" are
for rhetorical consumption only, as Nepal's new "Maoist" government
built on the back of a violent revolution,
fully funded and
supported by the West now flirts with the forces of Wall
Street/London corporate-fascism in a predictable turn of events that
fully betray the "People's War" propaganda that sent tens of
thousands of well-intentioned, heroic men to their deaths on both
The program has also received backing from members of neighboring India's government who have already helped introduce Monsanto's GMO crops throughout their country - beginning the wholesale destruction of India's food security and domestic farming industry.
Laying to rest any doubts regarding the West's real interests in fostering the destructive civil war in Nepal, which included funneling substantial financial resources through the notorious National Endowment for Democracy (NED) and subsidiaries like the National Democratic Institute (NDI) into "minority groups," which coincidentally made up the vast majority of Nepal's Maoist rebel forces.
The move to now cash in on this "good will" by infiltrating and overrunning Nepal's economy through USAID's and Monsanto's latest initiative provides a glimpse into the future of nations facing similar US-fueled unrest throughout the Middle East, Eastern Europe, and Southeast Asia.
Quite clearly the predictable public
outcry that accompanies Monsanto and its agenda as it spreads to the
four corners of the globe illustrates that "democracy" and respect
towards the will of the people is no where in the cards and conveyed
to the public only through an increasingly unconvincing poker face.
and London are building a
corporate-fascist global empire, and
"humanitarian" organizations like USAID, NED, and the "humanitarian
NGOs" they support constitute their
modern day imperial network.
One prime example of this comes from Nepal's "Prosperity Foundation," fully funded and openly affiliated with not only NED, via the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE), but also the United States Chamber of Commerce, whose board of directors is populated by individuals directly representing US Fortune 500 interests including Monsanto.
Monsanto director John W. Bachmann
sits directly on the
board of the Chamber of Commerce, and the organization itself has
been a stalwart defender of Monsanto's abusive business practices
The above-mentioned CIPE's representative in Nepal, the "Prosperity Center" gave a 2008 presentation titled, "How can Democracy Deliver?" which concluded that "democracy" without a liberalized "market economy" cannot lead to prosperity.
Of course by
"market liberalization" it is meant that a nation's economy be
opened up to foreign corporations, not the encouragement of local
entrepreneurship which will be targeted for regulatory strangulation
as foreign firms sink their roots in.
Concepts like "Maoism," "Communism," "Liberalism," and "Conservatism" are all in their tool bag, and have been employed alone or in combination around the globe to eliminate their enemies and expand their hegemony.
Observers ignorant of where Nepal's victorious opposition gathered their resources and support from, may be tempted to conclude that "Maoism" in Nepal works to the benefit of neighboring China.
Nothing could be further from the truth, as Monsanto and Wall
Street's tentacles gather in this Himalayan state and begin giving
it the corporate-fascist squeeze.