25 Signs That The Global Elite’s Ship Is About To Sink

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

Explosive: The real reason Holistic Doctors are being killed and vanishing!

William Avery “Bill” Rockefeller aka Dr William Levingston, was a “con artist” (Wikipedia), peddler, swindler, philanderer, polygamist, rapist, snake oil salesman (well, actually it was crude petroleum). Bill self-identified as a “botanic physician” who sold elixirs. Bill was mostly an absentee family man who would show up from time to time with tall tales and plenty of money to keep his primary family going. He made his children keep a record of what they spent, so his son John learned early the value of every penny. Bill once bragged, “I cheat my boys every chance I get. I want to make ’em sharp.” This is the hallowed ground in which the Rockefeller fortune grew. 

John D. Rockefeller Sr (son of William), after he had grown his billions, said he wanted to “…own nothing and control everything.” He also said, “Competition is a sin.” He had been ruthless in his business, destroying the lives of those who dared compete with him. For instance, have a peek at these guys when there was a strike at his Colorado coal mines, he hired big guns to shoot and burn the coal workers and their families. (See Ludlow Massacre.) Then Rockefeller hired a public relations man to get media coverage that made him look like a kind, generous old billionaire who handed out shiny dimes to chlidren.

The Rockefeller Foundation helped found the German eugenics program and even funded Mengele. To further the eugenics agenda (90% reduction in population), we now drink fluoride in our water, breathe chemtrails in our skies, eat chemical fertilizers, insecticides and genetically modified organisms in our foods, have toxic vaccines injected into our bloodstreams and we live in a field of electromagnetic radiation, tuned to the same frequency as microwave ovens. These tactics, especially the vaccines, have been maiming and killing children, sterilizing adults, spreading the diseases they claim to prevent, and wreaking all manner of ailments, wherever they go. Along come a few courageous, perhaps naive, healers who dare to question, reveal, and thereby threaten the vaccine eugenics program… and they are dying like flies – shot in the chest, bludgeoned with a hammer, “heart attacks” and “suicides”. This YouTube blogger has hunted down the reason why…

globalist – globalism

globalist |ˈglōbəlist|

a person who advocates the interpretation or planning of economic and foreign policy in relation to events and developments throughout the world.
• a person or organization advocating or practicing operations across national divisions.

globalism |-ˌlizəm| noun

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rude |roōd|

1 offensively impolite or ill-mannered : she had been rude to her boss | [with infinitive ] it’s rude to ask a lady her age.
• referring to a taboo subject such as sex in a way considered improper and offensive : he made a rude gesture.
• [ attrib. ] having a startling abruptness : the war came as a very rude awakening.
2 roughly made or done; lacking subtlety or sophistication : a rude coffin.
• archaic ignorant and uneducated : the new religion was first promulgated by rude men.
3 [ attrib. ] chiefly Brit. vigorous or hearty : Isabel had always been in rude health.

rudely adverb
rudeness noun
rudery |-ərē| noun

ORIGIN Middle English (in sense 2, also [uncultured] ): from Old French, from Latin rudis ‘unwrought’ (referring to handicraft), figuratively [uncultivated] ; related to rudus ‘broken stone.’

Someone who lacks consideration for the feelings of others and who is deliberately insolent is rude (: It was rude of you not to introduce me to your friends).
Ill-mannered suggests that the person is ignorant of the rules of social behavior rather than deliberately rude (: an ill-mannered child), while uncivil implies disregard for even the most basic rules of social behavior among civilized people (: his uncivil response resulted in his being kicked out of the classroom).
Rough is used to describe people who lack polish and refinement (: he was a rough but honest man), while crude is a more negative term for people and behavior lacking culture, civility, and tact (: he made a crude gesture).
Uncouth describes what seems strange, awkward, or unmannerly rather than rude (: his uncouth behavior at the wedding).
Although people of any age may be rude, crude, ill-mannered, or uncouth, callow almost always applies to those who are young or immature; it suggests naiveté and lack of sophistication (: he was surprisingly callow for a man of almost 40).


crude |kroōd|

1 in a natural or raw state; not yet processed or refined : crude oil.
• Statistics (of figures) not adjusted or corrected : the crude mortality rate.
• (of an estimate or guess) likely to be only approximately accurate.
2 constructed in a rudimentary or makeshift way : a relatively crude nuclear weapon.
• (of an action) showing little finesse or subtlety and as a result unlikely to succeed : the measure was condemned by economists as crude and ill-conceived.
3 (of language, behavior, or a person) offensively coarse or rude, esp. in relation to sexual matters : a crude joke. See note at rude .

natural petroleum : the ship was carrying 80,000 tons of crude.

crudely adverb
crudeness noun
crudity |ˈkroōditē| noun

ORIGIN late Middle English : from Latin crudus ‘raw, rough.’

cruel . cruelty

cruel |ˈkroōəl|

adjective ( –eler, –elest; Brit. –eller , -ellest )
causing pain or suffering : I can’t stand people who are cruel to animals.
• having or showing a sadistic disregard for the pain or suffering of others : the girl had a cruel face.

cruelly adverb

ORIGIN Middle English : via Old French from Latin crudelis, related to crudus (see crude ).


cruelty |ˈkroōəltē|

noun ( pl. –ties)
callous indifference to or pleasure in causing pain and suffering : he has treated her with extreme cruelty.
• behavior that causes pain or suffering to a person or animal : we can’t stand cruelty to animals | the cruelties of forced assimilation and genocide.
• Law – behavior that causes physical or mental harm to another, esp. a spouse, whether intentionally or not.

ORIGIN Middle English : from Old French crualte, based on Latin crudelitas, from crudelis (see cruel ).