The Corporation is a nickname for the CIA just as the Firm is sometimes used for the Mafia. Both of those “institutions” are referred to in business terms because they are actually very profitable enterprises. Although the CIA is mostly involved with coups, rebellions, arms dealing and intelligence, their operations often overlap with organized crime (mafia) drug running, money laundering etc. The Mafia is a bit of a catch all term for Italian, Jewish, Albanian etc, etc, gangs. In essence the CIA and the Mafia are business rivals who often cooperate. This ties in with the interview of Whitney Webb who pointed out the supra-national connections between intelligence agencies and organized crime forming an over arching global syndicate. It is these people who hold the real power not elected politicians. It is the 1% super rich, the heads of multi national corporations and banks and syndicated crime together with intelligence agencies that hold the reins of real power. The left-right paradigm is a mere distraction.
Jeff Thomas says, “And, in a country where the illusion of democracy has become refined, the rulers come to understand that elections should not result in an overwhelming victory for one party or the other. Quite the opposite. If it can be arranged effectively, the best election is one that results in a 51% to 49% split.This ensures that the 49% will not lose hope — that they’ll be both frustrated and angry at their near-miss, and redouble their efforts in the next election in order to have a win. And the 51% will wipe their collective brow in relief at having won, but will fear losing their slim advantage next time around. Both parties must remain both hopeful and fearful. Keep them focused on each other — hating each other — and they’ll never figure out that you control both candidates like marionettes. The focus should never be on you, the real ruling class” (https://www.serendipity.li/democracy-as-distraction.htm).
What many fail to understand is that we are already living under fascism. Monopolistic corporations and banks control the government. The government represents their interests not the peoples interests. That is why nothing much changes when you vote. In this huge global business enterprise you are merely a resource to be exploited.
Every business needs its specialists and we are going to examine one. By specialists I mean accountants and consultants. The big four accounting firms — Deloitte, Price Waterhouse Coopers, Ernst & Young and KPMG do the accounting (money laundering) for the super wealthy and corporate tax (tax havens). They also “audit” government accounts. See how that works? Poacher and gamekeeper in the same package. The top consulting firms are McKinsey, BCG, and Bain. We are going to focus on McKinsey.
Just like the accounting/auditing companies McKinsey works for Governments and for the private sector. All these auditors and consultants help set up Philanthropic organizations that do such good work such as Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the Clinton Foundation etc., that benefit from government subsidies and generous tax regimes. As well as that we have the NGO’s, many with charity status.
In 1993, Fortune magazine put it this way: “These fellows from McKinsey sincerely do believe they are better than everybody else. Like several less purposeful organizations—Mensa, Bohemian Grove, Skull and Bones, the Banquet of the Golden Plate—McKinsey is elitist by design.”
The firm has produced at least 70 Fortune 500 CEOs. Buttigieg’s three-year stint is par for the course at an organization that takes pride in “counseling out” 4 in 5 hires before they become partner. They then proudly join what McKinsey calls its “alumni network,” and what Duff McDonald, author of The Firm: The Story of McKinsey and Its Secret Influence on American Business, calls “the McKinsey Mafia.” As they fan out among the world’s C-suites and B-suites, they remain McKinsey loyalists. “There is no McKinsey boneyard, in other words; you’re still McKinsey after you’ve left,” McDonald writes. “Perhaps the only alumni network with more reach and lifelong relevance to its members is that of Harvard University.”
McKinsey’s internal churn fits perfectly with the company’s consulting philosophy. McKinsey, which in 2003 advised 100 of the world’s top 150 firms, “may be the single greatest legitimizer of mass layoffs,” writes McDonald. “Its advice: Identify your bottom 10 percent or 25 percent or 33 percent, and get rid of them as soon as possible.”
McKinsey is also an infamous mercenary for the world’s most unethical corporations and authoritarian governments, from China to Saudi Arabia. McKinsey allegedly advised Purdue Pharma, the progenitor of today’s opioid crisis, on how to “turbocharge” OxyContin sales and keep users hooked.
“We are now living with the consequences of the world McKinsey created,” writes a former McKinsey consultant in an exposé for Current Affairs. “Market fundamentalism is the default mode for businesses and governments the world over.”
So what kind of presidency would the McKinsey mindset produce? Former McKinsey consultant Anand Giridharadas observes, in Winners Take All: The Elite Charade of Changing the World, business consultants ignore how political and economic power actually works. “These elites believe and promote the idea that social change should be pursued principally through the free market and voluntary action,” Giridharadas writes. “And that the biggest beneficiaries of the status quo should play a leading role in the status quo’s reform.”
In McKinsey’s Rules: When Consultants Work for Governments shows (among other things) the consultancy firm work for a corruption-plagued regime. In 2014 US Secretary of State John Kerry promoted a plan to kickstart Gaza’s economy with sweatshops making zippers and buttons for Israeli designers. This “Initiative for the Palestinian Economy” was drafted by consulting firm McKinsey for Tony Blair.
In 1999 the New Yorker said working for McKinsey was the present-day equivalent of working for the C.I.A. In fact in 2015 the CIA paid McKinsey to help with reorganization  and was also involved in streamlining expenditure for the Israeli, British and US military. Yaron Savory is the Director of McKinsey Center for Government Europe. His core focus in on clients in Israel, where he leads McKinsey’s Public sector activity. Even Trump has paid McKinsey to hone his coronavirus response.
McKinsey’s role in creating the Corona Crisis
The Coronavirus Didn’t Cause This Crisis by Itself. McKinsey Helped.Thanks, McKinsey, for encouraging U.S. companies to cut wage costs by offshoring essential medicine and medical gear production from the U.S. to China. What could possibly go wrong?
Well, a lot went wrong, especially in Italy: CoronaVirus: Italy Emergency in the Claws of McKinsey’s Lobby with Bilderberg, BCG, Gates & CIA
The new head of the Italian Covid-19 Emergency Task Force can therefore be considered a foreign manager as he resides with his wife and two children in South Kensington, Greater London (UK). And it is precisely in the notorious world management group McKinsey & Company of New York (also based in Rome and all over the world) that he made his career from 1986 to 1996. The scandals concerning this company are such and so many that as soon as possible we will dedicate a complete report to them for now we focus on some recent reports from the webmedia Politico and Vox in which the imprinting promoted inside was highlighted of national and international bodies.
Tucker shreds former McKinsey partner over China’s human rights violations
The moral of the story
We have only scratched the surface and taken a brief look at the workings of one of the global consulting firms and found a vast interconnected web of relationships between governments, intelligence networks and private corporations. This is how the real world is ruled -by vast interconnected networks controlled by the 1% not by electorates. If they decide to bleed you dry they will. If they decide they want 5G they will implement it. If they want eugenics and the Fourth Industrial Revolution they will bring it about. Their future does not need a large population because it will be maintained by robots and AI. They only require a small population.
 McKinsey and Company Is an Elitist Cult. Why Is Buttigieg Defending It? The management consultancy firm is “the single greatest legitimizer of mass layoffs.” And its alumni are loyal for life. https://inthesetimes.com/article/21945/pete-buttigieg-McKinsey-consulting-firm-2020-election-elitism