World Domination And The Stock Market

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This is a question I answered on a public forum where I am apparently still welcome and for now uncensored.

Throughout history, when power has become concentrated, the strongest people have always made attempts to take over the world and run it the way they see fit. There has never been an announcement such as “”Hi , I am leader X. Now I am going to take over the world and make you and everyone else a servant to me. Is everybody ready? On your mark – get set – go! Here I come . Resist me if you wish. There was Rome, the Ottoman Empire, Spain, Britain…. Germany – and now some say the United States. Does anyone doubt that there are ongoing aspirations to take over the world and make use of all of its citizens? Continue reading

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Scheme of Things Covid and Economics

Who is Suffering and Not Suffering?
The graph below illustrates how suffering is
distributed throughout the population.


The balance of political power is concentrated at the top of the income ladder. At the very top, enormous profits are being made at the level of billionaire and Americans who directly serve the upper class. The living standards of those who work for government have not changed. This is
also the case with respect to all whose essence comes from receiving a government check of another kind. So, who is suffering? That is a group that is not in the loop in terms of political power and benefits.

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Who Will Unite The Country?

Who will unite the country? Certainly, it won’t
be me. Will it be Joe Biden or Donald Trump?
God forbid that any president unites the
country. Should a country be united?
A united country is fine as long as the population unites
itself independently of a leader urging folks to
unite behind him. If citizens are generally of a
similar mind that is fine. When a politician
seeks to unite the population behind him,
ordinary citizens are being ask to fall on a
sword for their country. Follow a national leader and you are following the equivalent of a Judas

Lets look at some examples of situati0ns where a leader has united a

The first that comes to mind is Venezuela. Hugo Chavez United
Venezuela. How did that turn out? You decide.

When has the United States been united? There was World War II but it was the war itself that United the country. Hitler did in fact Unite Germany. Germany could not have risen had Hitler not United his country.

The United States  was united behind John F.
Kennedy. But, he was assassinated. Perhaps that is because he was uniting the country in ways
powerful people did not appreciate. Kennedy’s agendas were not fully developed when he died.

The Country was united behind Lyndon Johnson following the Kennedy Assignation. Following,
we got the false flagged
Gulf of Tonkin incident and a useless war that took the lives of

Richard Nixon united the country early on. He completely finished off the gold standard. The
country is now flooded with unearned fiat currency. He accepted a $2,000,000 donation from
Jimmy Hoffa and pardoned him in order to receive it. Then there was Watergate,

The country was united behind Ronald Reagan. Out of Reagan we got the birth of modern
socialism and perpetual tampering with the financial markets. Under this new system we have
stagnate wages from the middle class on down and enormous wealth and income at the top. The
growth of top down socialism is the root cause of the depression the country is in today.

Both Bushes United the country and the result is perpetual wars in the Mid East.

Bill Clinton did not manage to Unite the country and his administration did little if any
permanent harm to the country.

A system designed around democratic principles is not meant to be united or expected to be.
Check the writings of our founding fathers. Democracy works only when different people and
sides vigorously disagree with each other. In that system, the side that wins turns out to have the
best approach.
So, should the country unite behind the next president? You decide.

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