In a surprising moment of self-awareness, Wolfgang Münchau just published an editorial in the Financial Times comparing the gatekeepers of the “global liberal order” (the FT included) to Marie Antoinette and the House of Bourbon, blindly “let them eat cake”-ing their way toward their own guillotine.
Münchau knows of what he speaks; as associate editor of the Financial Times he is in the unenviable position of acting as the spokesman for the banksters ensconced in the City of London. And in case you haven’t noticed, the banksters aren’t exactly the most popular people in the world right now. But don’t take my word for it, take his:
“Some revolutions could have been avoided if the old guard had only refrained from provocation…”
Read more at https://www.corbettreport.com/ft-admits-nwo-gatekeepers-heading-for-marie-antoinette-moment/
The problem of taking oaths to secret societies. Don’t do it. Don’t even go there. They don’t want you to be “successful” – they want to control you.
Hmm… video has apparently been removed from YouTube.
Make no mistake about it. The tide has turned on the global elite and there will be no going back. A new day is rising for humanity as those who have planned for complete control are now being exposed, cornered and investigated from many different angles. There is no need to buy into the fear-based propaganda the major media and even several alternative media outlets dispense. Very good things are happening and even better things are coming. Let’s take a look at some of the major stories that have occurred in the last 8 weeks alone. Piecing the puzzle together, we see that the jig is up and the events surrounding it are growing in size and speed…
Go here to see the list with live links to the news stories behind each item: 25 Signs That The Global Elite’s Ship Is About To Sink | The Mind Unleashed
noun ( pl. -cies)
government by the wealthy.
• a country or society governed in this way.
• an elite or ruling class of people whose power derives from their wealth.
plutocratic |ˌploōtəˈkratik| adjective
plutocratically |ˌploōtəˈkratiklē| adverb
ORIGIN mid 17th cent.: from Greek ploutokratia, from ploutos‘wealth’ + kratos ‘strength, authority.’
USAGE See usage at aristocracy