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I just wonder how long it will take until the planet is entirely under the control of these globalist cocksuckers, and once they assume full control, how long could this wicked system last before it ends?
These evil forces have already taken away your jobs, your homes, your future wives and children. There's never enough for them. All they ever need is a little bit more. Talk about a window closing. I do believe this evil system won't last eternally, but that doesn't mean I'll live to see the end of it. And in the meantime, there is much suffering to be had as the globalists remove more liberties, more rights, more opportunities, more options for the common man.
There is no way to separate these corporate interest from how they "socially engineer" society either. Here's a good example:
The destruction of the family unit has been no coincidence. Atomize society and who could possibly be in a position to make a stand against the globalist? Living in the socially atomized suburbs and being thrust into the hands of homosexual "parents" makes for a compliant population with no power to do anything but obey without even knowing anything is wrong.
The book Seeds of Destruction by Engdahl claims GMO's were designed to thin the herd world wide and it appears he may be right with the Trans Pacific Partnership.
Time to Hide!
Highbrow stuff you read, Ghost. I particularly liked Nathaniel's comment, which offered a ray of hope:
"Pick a point and go to it."
-- Dr John Hunsucker, speaking about canoeing on Georgia's Lake Lanier, with its irregular shape, and 1000 miles of meandering shoreline
It makes sense that the global elite won't let go of their power easily.
There would be no solution for this short of a complete revolution. And even after that I believe the issue would re-establish itself, possibly with a different bunch of people.
I take an interest in all of this but I do not pretend that I can change anything outside my own life, certainly not in my current state anyway.
Trying to be a better man
Economics guides ethics. As long as it is possible and there is not too much social pressure against it, someone will try to do it. But it may not always be possible. We have already reached the peak of conventional oil production. So we are witnessing a dying empire running on fumes. What replaces it might not be that much better.
Those who are not overly acquisitive and content with their lot in life will not try to run for office, they will not try to become corporate CEOs, they will try to eke out an existence in the least objectionable way possible, living in a $200 apartment in Cambodia and working online for $5 an hour doing some non-objectionable, non-horrific form of work...
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