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Friday, 4 June 2010
The real world of money
Well, the media are creeping out of the woodwork preparing us for the fall I see by making headlines out of the Bilderberg Group which previously only nutters, idiots, conspiracy theorists and people like me and you knew about but were never believed.
I mean it's not like the British National Party leader has been talking about a Marxist plot to take over the world or anything, heaven forbid the media would actually report that!
But at least they are mentioning it.
Okay, maybe I should for once give the BBC a bit of credit for covering at least part of the Bilderberg story in 2004, which I got a link HERE and placed on my blog 2 weeks ago HERE.
BBC also attending Bilderberg, to perpetuate the lie.
Fair's fair so they say so I can only presume that the reporter responsible is still working.
But I'm pleased to see the Daily Telegraph reporting the problems of maintaining a dud currency - the Euro, and I also noticed Speigel online yesterday which mentioned its demise in a report that blamed politicians (Merkel and Sarkozy), for doing more to save their political skins than to actually save the economy.
The Times however hits half a nail on its head with its headline: 'Secretive Bilderberg Club ready for protests'. Note: This is the same paper which released Mandelson's book story yesterday, who just happens to be attending the Bilderberg Group in case you missed it.
But! It might be all a bit fruitless and pointless other than for the secret puppeteers to have 3 days leisure facilities of course, because after all is said and done, us people are already caught on to them and with the current economic system there is actually NO WAY OUT OF THE MESS WE'RE IN except to cancel debt.
Oh, it's THEIR DEBT. Yes don't worry, you don't owe a thing and neither does our government because it's all imaginary money with imaginary secret backers who have suddenly all agreed to enlighten us of their existence I imagine because they are preparing to be compensated.
You see, me being a true cynic which takes a lifetime to learn, I understand their moves before they make them because I look around and listen and watch what others do.
People like Daniel Estulin for example who is shortly about to release his new book Shadow Masters which is the culmination of his 13 years worth of investigations into the Bilderberg Group which he describes as a 'limited company', of the 'aristocracy of the progressives', which he says holds more wealth than nations and acts purely in its (their), own interests, which is funnily enough what we think too and tried to tell papers like the Times all about it but were always written off as 'theorists'.
Maybe if they play their cards right, Mr Griffin could tell them what we all know about Marxism too and how together with capitalist swine who think they can create a real new world order if only we keep believing that those who own all the paper they created are actually 'rich' and intelligent enough to get 'us' out of 'the mess THEY are in', whilst wondering how to convince the rest of us that the paper they created is actually worth something so we'll continue to let them remain in 'control' of the very countries we once called ours.
It's the same trick a magician or conjurer does when he brings a rabbit out of his hat and part of the audience will swear blind it is magic but most of us know he got it from under the table.
That's the real world of money.
It never existed in the first place and only by hypnosis can you be made to believe that it ever did.
Okay, I don't believe in magic and I don't believe in fairies although I can see Peter Mandelson is real.
So now it's over to The Bilderberg Group and its media pawns to convince me that I can be hypnotised against my will which I also know is impossible. Or, to take one of a couple of measures: 1) Sit back and let the governments of the world pretend that the economic system is collapsing, 2) Pump more fake money in to make Bilderbergers dreams come true, 3) Cancel debt and start again, or 4) Resign from office and hand it over to people who always knew that money never grew on trees.
I don't have much hope they'll do any of them so if anyone is visiting the Dolce hotel in Spain over the next few days could they put their ear to the window and tell the rest of us what went on?