The “elite” are having a lot of fun at our expense. They want to influence us, intimidate us, spur us to revolution. They play dress up, take on many roles, amaze, amuse, and trick us. They are naughty, naughty, naughty!
See other Ed Chiarini (dallasboldbug) videos on YouTube and at WellAware1.com. Ed was the artist on two big-selling books on the JFK assassination. He has a memory for faces. For confirmation of identification, he uses the European method of ear analysis. And he has a big stash of family photos of the “elite” from their own online photo collections. Sometimes Ed hits the nail right on the head; other times he might not be so accurate But it’s always worth watching his videos, as he’s more often right than not. Fascinating work.
Don’t let the “news” sway you until you know for certain it is real… much of it is faked. Propaganda has been recently been legalized in the USA. Buyer beware!
Chris Hedges discusses his personal insights into the psychology and private behavior of the super rich and how these things relate to the state of the world today. One of the best Chris Hedges segments by far.
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…
noun ( pl. –cies) [treated as sing. or pl. ] (usu. the aristocracy)
the highest class in certain societies, esp. those holding hereditary titles or offices : the ancient Polish aristocracy had hereditary right to elect the king.
• a form of government in which power is held by the nobility.
• a state governed in this way.
• figurative a group regarded as privileged or superior in a particular sphere : high-level technocrats make up a large part of this “technical aristocracy.”
ORIGIN late 15th cent.: from Old French aristocratie, from Greek aristokratia, from aristos ‘best’ + -kratia ‘power.’ The term originally denoted the government of a state by its best citizens, later by the rich and wellborn, hence the sense [nobility,] regardless of the form of government (mid 17th cent.).
USAGE Aristocracy, oligarchy, and plutocracy are sometimes confused. All mean some form of rule by a small elite. Aristocracy is rule by a traditional elite, held to be made up of ‘the best’ people, and is usually hereditary. Oligarchy is literally rule by a few. Plutocracy is rule by the (necessarily few) very rich.