The NWO Elite Don’t Want You to Know.

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Guys–

We talk a lot on the site about the Big Question: what’s the Elite’s end-game?

I used to think Alex Jones was over the top–until I began following the same research he’d done…actually reading the documents from Club of Rome, Rockefeller Foundation, etc. etc. And he’s right.

Here are four videos from a few years ago, where he’s interviewing Kevin Trudeau. He’s basically laying out what the agenda is; and with some hopefulness, that there’s division in the ranks of the Elite. After all how could it be otherwise? They’re sociopaths; they’re incapable of sacrificing themselves for an ideal.

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  1. On Segment #1 of course he’s right; 3/4’s of the human population doesn’t care about the elite and will never share their values. From the perspective of the elite, who ARE btw demonstrably successful according to western consumer culture, those people might as well die. They do not contribute to world culture. They don’t compose great music. They didn’t invent Facebook. They haven’t designed the Hoover Dam. They never walked on the Moon. This isn’t true, but it is the position of a few folks who are rich enough to own and operate 400′ private yachts with helipads (and the accompanying helicopters, hangars and Gulfstream IV’s). They’re a liability in the small minded, drug addled and largely disassociated elite.

    But of course standing behind those inbred losers are a team of hardened pragmatists who are fully aware that someone has to dig ditches, grow food, clean the bathrooms and walk the dogs. Listening to the Bilderbergs hold forth on what’s right and wrong with society is a exercise in futility; not only do they not know what’s going to happen next, they don’t know what’s going on now and have no clear recollection of what happened yesterday.

    Alex is barking up the wrong tree. Certainly a person who appears to have dedicated his entire career to this subject has, at least once in some lonely hotel room at 2am, considered that? So why is he still doing something so patently stupid?

    • Research it on your own Scott; I had the same basic take on Alex at first…and sayings like “never ascribe to malice that which is easily explained by stupidity”. Or the casual dismissals of conspiracies with “you’d never keep everyone quiet”, or “a secret’s safe when only one person knows it”

      Digging through the history of the banksters, especially, has opened my eyes to a world we can barely imagine. Families with trillions in wealth, with lineages–and plans–hundreds of years old.

      As Pete said, once the ball gets rolling the systems take on a life of their own; but that’s one way the PTB perpetuate their systems–by predicting what will become self-sustaining, and providing the nucleus for the end result to crystallize around.

      What’s happening today isn’t unique in history. Elites go through cycles; the first few generations acquiring wealth and power, the next few amplifying it, and the next few either dissipating the wealth, or becoming complete and total psychopaths. Their inbreeding in the name of eugenics aggravates the psychopathology–and the cycle ends with a bang, as they bring themselves and large portions of the world down in an orgy of craziness.

      The Egyptians, the Mayans, the Greeks, the Romans…and now us.

      • I have said before that I don’t generally comment on conspiracy theory stuff because it’s basically conjecture. However, some things do seem to be self evident. Take these get togethers like the builderberg or bohemian grove and look at what we do know. They do get together they are elites. Can you think of a rational explanation for why they would do this if not to make deals?

        It reminds me of how wars get started. People want to say it’s one reason. Oil or Israel or the MIC etc. The fact is that the one term they use that is correct is a “coalition of the willing”. The elite get together and decide what is in their interest. Some want oil profits, some want to deny those profits to the Arabs or Persians, Some want to help Israel bring about the end times, some want defense contracts, some want power, some glory etc etc etc.

        No war of agression starts for one single reason and these plans have to be drawn up some place.

        • You nailed it. One immoral act of plundering can have dozens of supporting factions, each for its own reasons. There doesn’t even need to be a Mastermind – it can organize organically once certain realities exists. i.e. “I have a gun, who will you pay me to point it at?” (And EVERY politician in office has a gun of one size or another.)

        • Right on target.
          The ones I’m interested in are the really big movers, the ones with the biggest stakes. They can present the cause to the others with more minor interest and start the ball rolling.

          Every major war is financed by banksters, and most of the time both sides are financed by the same banks.

          As Gutle Schnapper, wife of Mayer Amschel Rothschild, was once quoted as saying–“If my sons did not want war, there would be none”

  2. Like you, I have been wary of certain people who talk about conspiracies. But the reality is, once you set up certain rules of the game you don’t need any conspiracy to guarantee and outcome. When 51% can legally take from 49% the wheels just start grinding and pretty soon people are lined up for their freeee lunch. There’s no need for secret meetings and satanic robes. It’s just cause and effect.

    • “Conspiracy” is a term that’s used to delegitimize certain discussions without even having a discussion. It’s an intellectually lazy (or deliberately dishonest) tool of evasion. What, after all, are the essential elements of a conspiracy? Simply – collusion and non-disclosure. Two or more people colluding for a common purpose with the deliberate aim of not disclosing to those being colluded against that they are being colluded against. It is beyond stupid to take the position that such events do not occur routinely, in politics and business (and otherwise).

      The American Revolution was initially a conspiracy, for jeep’s sake! The men involved – many high-placed, with a great deal to lose, met in secret and strategized against their common foe. By definition, a political conspiracy.

      One could easily cite scores of known conspiracies that endured for decades as examples. Just one will suffice (I hope): In the early years of the 20th century, a self-selected group of extremely wealthy/politically connected men met at a remote island off the Georgia coast for the specific purpose of conniving together toward the aim of establishing what would become the Federal Reserve. These men existed; this event occurred. The Federal Reserve Act was passed – at their behest. Historical facts not generally known for more than 70 years after the event itself took place.

      Etc.

      • Agreed. And by the broad definition you used, virtually every meeting a company has is a ‘conspiracy’ to do something. So in a way the term is an unnecessary lightning rod. (And often brings up images of people in tinfoil hats ranting about alien mind control.)
        The hard reality is that people do plot to use, in particular, the massive coercive power of the state to plunder from one group to the benefit of themselves. Sometimes this is just called “voting.”

    • So, you dismiss offhand what may be extremely valuable information because the source is tainted by an unrelated matter…and a matter brought by the government, the entity known to lie, cheat, and steal almost as a matter of course?

      Regardless of a guy’s history–even if he’s a rightfully convicted felon–if he’s saying something of potential importance, it pays to open your ears, absorb it, evaluate it intelligently, and use what you can.

      How far does that dismissal go? Can only saints present information worthy of evaluation?

    • Oh hell yes!

      Google flicker rates, subliminals, etc. The science of propaganda and brainwashing is so sophisticated now, it’ll make your head spin–and does.

      • My head does spins and I agree with and believe this statement wholeheartedly.

        “The science of propaganda and brainwashing is so sophisticated now”

        • Oh duh…sorry Dom I’m so dense I missed the sarcasm in your first post!

          Sheesh.

          I tend to lurk the board most late at night when I’m writing code on one monitor, and watching emails and web in the other one. I write while code’s compiling or tests are running…so I miss things sometimes!

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