At Whatsyourcloud.com, we offer our readers an alternative view and perspective from the mainstream media on key issues that impact families and our rights, freedoms and sovereignty as individuals and nations. Topics discussed range from health and well being to the need for monetary reform, and include newsworthy items that people absolutely should know and need to know but that the mainstream media decides, for whatever reason, not to cover.
The objective of our blog is to help our readers “think outside the box”, for what we have been taught to be true through the mainstream media (and in school, for that matter) on important subjects such as banking, economics, history and politics is usually and, in most cases, not true at all. For example, we were taught that industrialist John D. Rockefeller, co-founder of Standard Oil who once said “Competition is a sin” (see Texe Marrs, “Rothschild, Rockefeller, Lenin, and the Destruction of Baku’s Oil Fields”), was a “capitalist” when in reality he and the other business magnates of the time were “monopolists” who did everything in their power to crush free-market capitalism and establish monopolies in industries that they could control and dominate.
In fact, today, we live in a world where most of the major industries—agriculture (food production), banking, energy, health (Big Pharma), media, telecommunications—are controlled by a few dominant “international” corporations which use their wealth, influence and lobbying power to further their own interests at the expense of “we the people”. Thus, government officials no longer represent the people; instead, they represent those special interests that put them and keep them in power.
Moreover, through interlocking directorates (linkages of corporations by individuals who sit on two or more boards, see Professor William G. Domhoff, University of California at Santa Cruz, “Interlocking Directorates in Corporate America”, www2.ucsc.edu/whorulesamerica/power/corporate_community.html), these conglomerates control numerous corporations and can use the mainstream media to tell us exactly what they want us to know; to shape the public’s perspectives on topical issues. Consequently, the idea promulgated that capitalism is the culprit for the world’s problems today is specious ; it is the lack of free-market capitalism, which means lack of choice, that is the issue.
Fortunately, we have the Internet, which many believe to be the last bastion of free speech in the world today; that is why we are here. We want to provide you with another opinion to consider; to ensure you have facts and information at hand in order to make informed decisions.
However, we leave it up to you to decide what is right for you and invite you to do your own research on these important topics and issues.
Let truth prevail!