Anti-Imperialism/Foreign Policy

The Legion of Doom Assembles


In the back row, from left: Ted Turner, Bill Gates Sr., George Soros, David Rockefeller.

At the risk of coming across as a monomaniac, I’d propose that investigating the connections between these 4 would shed a lot of light on the current, and worsening state of affairs with regards to The Great Reset (TM), Sustainable Development (TM), the Green New Deal (TM), and countless other bankster-formulated ‘solutions’ to the problems that their monopolistic systems have brought about.

And in case you were wondering, according to Wikipedia, “from 1993-1995, Klaus Schwab was a member of the UN High-Level Advisory Board on Sustainable Development. From 1996-1998, he was Vice-Chairman of the UN Committee for Development Planning.” Those bad apples don’t fall very far from the tree, it seems. The UN was founded with Rockefeller money, in case you weren’t aware.

And yes, aside from understanding how we got to this point, we need to be building alternative systems, fast.

Nonetheless, most of our contemporaries don’t appear to have even fathomed what’s been making them sick, let alone that remedies exist. And hence, many will willingly accept the sociopathic guilt trip that the mental cages being distributed through the mass media are based upon. Make no mistake, this earth of ours is suffering, majorly. With that said, if we only treat symptoms, then we’ll never be able to heal (cf Rockefeller medicine).
There are of course various other organised crime syndicates operating, and some of the political fault lines one sees may have something to do with alleigances to one or the other of their puppetmasters – one hypothesis would be liberal-internationalist vs Zionist-nationalist. A slightly older model, as advanced by A-albionic Consulting and Research was that “The Overt and Covert Organs of the Vatican and Neo-British Empires are Locked in Mortal Combat for Control of the World.”
I’m of the opinion that all such outfits derive their power from the rigged banking system, through the practice of usury. Without this, they would be deprived of their energy source, and hence unable to direct vast sums into foundations, NGOs and the like to further their objectives. Hence, it’s in the interests of neither to rock the boat as far as that one is concerned. All social discourse that fails to incorporate an awareness of the naked deception at the heart of the money system is ultimately impotent, and therefore most desirable from their perspective. The ‘left’ and ‘right’ can bicker and fight til the cows come home – the more, the merrier, so long as they don’t touch on the big Taboo.
That’s probably enough of a rant for one sitting. Meanwhile, this page has been promoting a lot of useful ideas with regards to alternatives… were I not so scatty I’d be going deeper into their mutual credit model.

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