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peacetalksforall Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Nov-29-09 09:00 AM
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32. Not riches for corporate government - it's riches for barons who put the
Edited on Sun Nov-29-09 09:02 AM by peacetalksforall
corporate government in place. The heirarchy and pacts of barons exists above the corporate government level. Barons. Banking, think tanks, lobbying firms, corporations, US military. Then governments. These governments are no longer the people. They are a leader level in many countries who facilitate the heirarchy. Income goes to the baron level with compensation going to all levels of facilitators beneath them.

The saying in this country of of, for, by the people came to mean of, for, by the barons about 100 years after our Declaration.

They only want to share with mere people. They are aiming for a certain equilibrium which means we descend first so that we don't have a better life style than people of other countries. They are aiming for a certain point - where they can keep making money off of us, their serfs, who have to be obedient, submissive, non-protesting, non-whining, non-demanding and we who will be their soldiers, but who will still buy things so the money moves up to them.

We're not there yet, buy by our pre-occupations and lack of understanding, we could get there.
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