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#31 Ged

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Posted March 07 2017 - 01:51 PM

Hallouminati


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Posted March 08 2017 - 04:27 PM

2peter 3,4
First of all know this, that in the last days ridiculers will come with their ridicule, proceeding according to their own desires and saying: “Where is this promised presence of his? Why, from the day our forefathers fell asleep in death, all things are continuing exactly as they were from creation’s beginning.”

someone who shares a different belief then one's own, isn't mocking it.  what mocks every belief, is fanaticism, that only cares about using it as an excuse.


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Posted March 08 2017 - 06:57 PM

There's probably some truth to what the OP says. I don't think the global corporate elite have attained quite enough power to control every outcome and circumstance globally. But they are getting closer each day. And they aren't invincible to being defeated. At least not quite yet.



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Posted March 08 2017 - 09:12 PM

My problem with the OP's theory is that he gives little evidence for it. No doubt a few wealthy individuals control a disproportionate share of the wealth on this planet. Only eight multi-billionaires are as wealthy as half the world's population.

http://fortune.com/2...ncome-equality/

https://www.theguard...h-as-poorest-50

http://www.bbc.com/n...siness-38613488

These are:

1. Bill Gates (US): co-founder of Microsoft (net worth $75bn)

2. Amancio Ortega (Spain): founder of Zara owner Inditex (net worth $67bn)

3. Warren Buffett (US): largest shareholder in Berkshire Hathaway (net worth $60.8bn)

4. Carlos Slim Helu (Mexico): owner of Grupo Carso (net worth $50bn)

5. Jeff Bezos (US): founder and chief executive of Amazon (net worth $45.2bn)

6. Mark Zuckerberg (US): co-founder and chief executive of Facebook (net worth $44.6bn)

7. Larry Ellison (US): co-founder and chief executive of Oracle (net worth $43.6bn)

8. Michael Bloomberg (US): owner of Bloomberg LP (net worth $40bn)

i seriously doubt that these guys are working behind the scenes to rule the world, but who knows. Certainly some of them, like Warren Buffett and Michael Bloomberg, don't seem to be on the same page with DonaldTrump. There are other billionaires who are not as rich but much more political, like the Koch Brothers who funded the Tea Party,  the Mercer family who bankrolled Breitbart, and George Soros who supports MoveOn.com --players, but not on the same team.

 

There have always been theories that the world is run by a network of secret societies—the Trilateral Commission, the Bilderberg group, the Bohemian club, Skull and Bones, the Illuminati, the Masons, etc. There is no hard evidence supporting these theories—possibly because they’re such good conspirators. There are, however, a number of studies. that are better grounded empirically, confirming the notion that power and wealth are disproportionally concentrated in a relatively small percentage of individuals. Concern about this problem made headlines in the fifties, when President Eisenhower warned us of the growing danger of the “military industrial complex” giving the U.S. a stake in war. Yes, the President was warning us that his so-called “puppet masters” were getting out of control. Yet the elite today seems to be divided on the subject of defense spending, Republicans but not Democrats tending to favor it.


Edited by Okiefreak, March 08 2017 - 09:37 PM.

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Posted March 09 2017 - 08:02 AM

every time I hear PR or someone else begin to go on about the NWO, globalism, world monetary, etc. and how evil all this is and a nefarious plot is afoot, I am reminded of Hal Lindsay.

 

change few players names, use a few different acronyms but still the same story line.


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Posted March 09 2017 - 09:15 AM

If it walks like a duck...
????
What's the ending to this one? :)
Is it a duck? ? =p >.>

It is a sheep in wolfs clothing pretending to be a duck

Edited by Sssshhhhhhh, March 09 2017 - 09:22 AM.


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Posted April 22 2017 - 03:58 AM

PR, have you ever considered how much your ideas echo fundamental evangelical Christian eschatology?

Where the hell do you think you got that ingrained fear of a global government, one global monetary system, etc,etc.

 

Never had you pegged for an "end times" Christian, but if it walks like a duck.......

 

It's a similar ethos.  The TV evangelists like Pat Robertson claim that they have a special private communications channel to the Devine that informs them of special knowledge about upcoming doom.  The conspiracy-truthers claim they have a special channel to supposed gifted people like Jeff Rense, Alex Jones, and David Icke.  The commonality is that all of them claim special knowledge about impending doom.  It makes people feel important to make others apprehensive about a supposed upcoming doom and that only they have special knowledge about it.


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Posted April 22 2017 - 04:08 AM

https://www.psycholo...y-and-cover-ups

From the article:

"The first is the idea of a “monological belief system”. That is, once an individual has adopted a conspiracist worldview, new conspiracy theories are assimilated more easily because they support that particular worldview. Thus, believing  that the September 11, 2001, attacks were committed by the United States government makes it more likely that an individual will accept the conspiracy theory that the 2005 London bombing were committed by the British government. There is accumulating evidence in support of the idea that conspiracy theories form part of a monological belief system: once you embrace one theory you tend to embrace many more.

Second, many studies have reported significant associations between stronger conspiracist ideation and higher anomie and alienation, distrust in authority, political cynicism, and powerlessness, as well as lower self-esteem. In general, these findings are consistent with the proposal that conspiracist ideation is more common among disenfranchised, disadvantaged, or powerless groups often outsiders and minorities. These conspiracy theories can play a role in self-esteem maintenance.

Third, studies on personality correlates of CTs  have reported a significant negative association between conspiracist ideation and  Agreeableness which was explained as a function of more disagreeable individuals being more suspicious and antagonistic toward others. There also appears to be a reliable association between conspiracist ideation and higher Openness to Experience perhaps because open individuals may show a greater appreciation for unique, unusual, or challenging ideas, or that their proclivity for new ideas may result in greater exposure to conspiracist ideas. However, these correlations are small and do not account for much of the variance."

 


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Posted April 22 2017 - 07:26 AM

To me Trump & others like him are not puppets in grand conspiracy, more they are highly competent salesman who know EXACTLY what buttons to press with people to get votes. 

 

I mean, in an interview after he got elected he was asked specifically about a lot of the crazy rhetoric he used prior to his election & his response was something like: I said what I had to do to win! Says it all really.....he's a gamer!


Edited by Adamskiffle, April 22 2017 - 07:27 AM.


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Posted April 30 2017 - 09:37 AM

My problem with the OP's theory is that he gives little evidence for it. No doubt a few wealthy individuals control a disproportionate share of the wealth on this planet. Only eight multi-billionaires are as wealthy as half the world's population.

http://fortune.com/2...ncome-equality/

https://www.theguard...h-as-poorest-50

http://www.bbc.com/n...siness-38613488

These are:

1. Bill Gates (US): co-founder of Microsoft (net worth $75bn)

2. Amancio Ortega (Spain): founder of Zara owner Inditex (net worth $67bn)

3. Warren Buffett (US): largest shareholder in Berkshire Hathaway (net worth $60.8bn)

4. Carlos Slim Helu (Mexico): owner of Grupo Carso (net worth $50bn)

5. Jeff Bezos (US): founder and chief executive of Amazon (net worth $45.2bn)

6. Mark Zuckerberg (US): co-founder and chief executive of Facebook (net worth $44.6bn)

7. Larry Ellison (US): co-founder and chief executive of Oracle (net worth $43.6bn)

8. Michael Bloomberg (US): owner of Bloomberg LP (net worth $40bn)

i seriously doubt that these guys are working behind the scenes to rule the world, but who knows. Certainly some of them, like Warren Buffett and Michael Bloomberg, don't seem to be on the same page with DonaldTrump. There are other billionaires who are not as rich but much more political, like the Koch Brothers who funded the Tea Party,  the Mercer family who bankrolled Breitbart, and George Soros who supports MoveOn.com --players, but not on the same team.

 

There have always been theories that the world is run by a network of secret societies—the Trilateral Commission, the Bilderberg group, the Bohemian club, Skull and Bones, the Illuminati, the Masons, etc. There is no hard evidence supporting these theories—possibly because they’re such good conspirators. There are, however, a number of studies. that are better grounded empirically, confirming the notion that power and wealth are disproportionally concentrated in a relatively small percentage of individuals. Concern about this problem made headlines in the fifties, when President Eisenhower warned us of the growing danger of the “military industrial complex” giving the U.S. a stake in war. Yes, the President was warning us that his so-called “puppet masters” were getting out of control. Yet the elite today seems to be divided on the subject of defense spending, Republicans but not Democrats tending to favor it.

 

Fuck wealthy individuals.

 

The most powerful people operate in FAMILIES.  The media likes to keep us focused on individually wealthy people like Bill Gates. 

 

Most of these elite families have their money locked up in tax-exempt foundations which they control.  Many of these same foundations exercise control over the media.

 

Funny how the media never likes to talks about powerful families like the Rothschilds.


Edited by Pressed Rat, April 30 2017 - 09:41 AM.

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