The enormous benefit of organizations is ignored (full stop). However, globalists get it, so why donâ€™t the rest of us simpletons?
Here is an example of organizational benefit as demonstrated by Siemens AG, in Germany. A casual evaluation of the Companyâ€™s website reveals that the organization produces engineering equipment and is the biggest of its kind in Europe.
What the man in the street may notice (from time to time) is the name â€œSiemensâ€ labeled on road construction equipment or even medical equipment. But what this poor creature will not see, is all the other things Siemens managers keep themselves busy with.
According to the website, Siemens are actively busy producing a wide variety of machinery for a wide variety of markets. But what is less visible is the following list of activities:
The above activities consume insurmountable resources for small to medium size companies, but are only a small indication of the force-multiplier effect of a multi-national organization. An in-depth investigation will reveal much more power to maneuver where financial experts will detect gob-smacking financial channeling only called wasteful expenditure if it was detected, which would only happen when politically expedient for another board member or senior manager.
But it is more than money because this particular CEO is planning on sitting next to Angela Merkel at the gala event, where they will not talk about engineering products, but the cozy reduction of cross-border impediments such as exchange rates and border control, i.e. the perpetuation of the â€œsustainableâ€(sic) Globalist World Order.
Imagine, knowing the extent of added capacity organizations possess, that instead of applying it in a negative, manipulative way, that same organization could apply it in a constructive way towards cooperative nationalism i.e. Germany First (not EU First).
Imagine, knowing the extent of added capacity Siemens possesses, that it was applied towards improving Real Politik in support of the resurgence of conservatism. For example, with a standard overhead of 10%, Siemens would be able to spend about $10 billion on conserving the future of civilization. Trump only spent about $100 million to get elected.
That would put Hillaryâ€™s donors to shame, not because they donated less, but because they donated to a single person. The person on its own is useless as was shown in the 2016 election.
On the other hand, Trump did not win the election because of himself; he cooperated with a â€œmovementâ€ as he affirmed in his speeches. But now there is a good probability that he is going to destroy this movement by forcefully â€œunitingâ€ with mentally ill individuals in the name of compromise with the existing system, which is an organization of vast power.
This insistence on â€œindividualâ€ unity will destroy the force-multiplier effect generated within the organizational movement. Even Trump does not realize that the strength of the organization has surpassed his own.
While Trump focuses on trade deals with other countries, he should also look at on internal coordination between his â€œmovementâ€ and other â€œorganizationsâ€ in America. That would have made America great because its own civilization would improve, creating an organization to multiply the force of his insight far beyond one man.