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Who exactly is pulling the strings?


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2021 May 15, 8:29pm   73,296 views  802 comments

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OK, as soon as it starts to become apparent to everyone that Fauci is responsible for creating the CCP/Wuhan virus then suddenly the whole world is dropping mask mandates.

WTF?

How can global policy and media across the world be so coordinated?

Kind of makes one tempted to believe in "conspiracy theories".

I really do think there is a cabal of billionaires who own the media and the government and which shifts course when things start to get hot, like right now. They are not "the Jews" but a collection of billionaires from many countries. Many of them are Jewish, but many are not.

Can we identify them by name? Bezos and Gates for sure, but what are the other names? I would especially like to know the names of the ones that desperately want to remain hidden. Klaus Schwab? Top leaders in China like Xi Jinping?






https://scholar.princeton.edu/sites/default/files/mgilens/files/gilens_and_page_2014_-testing_theories_of_american_politics.doc.pdf?source=patrick.net


Multivariate analysis indicates that economic elites and organized groups representing business interests have substantial
independent impacts on U.S. government policy, while average citizens and mass-based interest groups have little or no
independent influence.

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546   Patrick   2023 Nov 19, 11:36pm  

https://barsoom.substack.com/p/cryptocracy


The entire system seems to be designed around maximization of the system’s ability to wield power, whilst diffusing responsibility such that identifying the actual source of power is nigh impossible, thereby shielding those wielding power on behalf of the system from any negative consequences of their decisions.

This obscurantist imperative shows up in the way the system’s functionaries use language. The technocratic prose deployed by the expert class is carefully scrubbed of any authorial voice. Identifying the person behind a given policy paper, scientific paper, white paper, or what have you, based on style alone, is essentially impossible. Third person passive predominates: they never say, “We have decided”, and certainly never say “I have decided”, but always “It has been decided,” as though policies are simply natural phenomena as inevitable as hurricanes, in which human agency plays no role. This reinforces the illusion that things are written, not by all-too-human scientists, but by Science; not by human journalists, but by Journalism; not by human agents, but by the Agency. It is the uninflected, lifeless, unified voice of the Borg.
547   NuttBoxer   2023 Nov 20, 6:43am  

Legitimate signal of power shift, or more of the same..?

https://www.weforum.org/people/javier-gerardo-milei/
551   Patrick   2023 Nov 25, 1:17pm  

https://mansworldmag.online/the-populist-moment-never-happened/


Nor are these problems four-dimensional Machiavellian “chess” on the part of an actually competent shadowy “elite” that is in fact “profiting” from the disorder; there is no cynical manipulator of events… things really are that stupid, and there’s no one competent at the wheel of events. ...

And all wrecked by “economic populism” that results in crushing taxation, regulations in the name of social justice that destroy all enterprise, and ultimately really the enslavement of the good, intelligent, and talented part of the population in the service of providing goods to the dumb, dusky stupid many so that these many may vote for petty politicians invoking selfrighteous “union” language. It’s that simple. The left is right that libertarianism in Argentina would be “de facto white supremacy.” In fact they’re right about it in the United States too, except that the “dissident right” brain trust has convinced itself that the white “working class,” who are already highly taxed at the local level, would profit not from an elimination of racial legal handicaps against them and their children, as well as a lowering of their taxes—that would be Neoliberalism! Libertarianism!—but through “conservative populist socialism,” that is, taking more taxes from them and then funneling it back in the forms of “credits” or “services” after being filtered and laundered through the hands of various government employees. Who are these employees? Well, not “altright” or altlite Bannonite or “dissident conservative socialist” brain trust people as none have gone into the government bureaucracy, but Shaniquas and Chantelles. ...

Here is briefly, experience in Argentina, a few things I remember vividly: a Croatian Argentineborn businesswoman, owner of a cafe with unusually good coffee and Balkan pastries, who, prompted by warm conversation one morning, burst out crying to me over the prospects of her grandchildren in Argentina. All intelligent, highly educated, working in white collar professions, and all absolutely squeezed dry by a government that took most of their income while berating them for their “atomized” individualist identity and desires, and reminded them of their duty to give to the (helpfully beige, for moral reasons) Community and Society. All had material resources and a way of life that would be considered at best lower middle class in Europe and America, maybe not even that; all impoverished by a government that insists white collar workers are high-paid bloodsuckers who feed on the lifeblood of the Salt of the Earth working man. Every intelligent person who seeks or wants a half-good job complains about the same things in Argentina; crushing taxation, suffocating lack of opportunity, and an arrogant, partlyracially-mobilized “Working Class” that gets paid better than they do and is allowed to act with unending arrogance… bus drivers make double or three times what most white collar workers make there. The squeezing-dry of all money takes place for the sake of a “multiracial working class,” that is, a colored underclass. It is mostly the same in America and increasingly so in Europe ...

... in short, to be squeezed dry so that an obese Chantelle may gracelessly expire in a hospital after heroic efforts by inevitably low-paid medical professionals, and after a lifetime of her fattening up on corn chip. This is the cycle of the modern economy. In Argentina this Cycle has been made inescapable and all-encompassing. The high taxes provide no public services to speak of, no really common social or political life, no clean streets. ...

The insane female-protection laws of the country are another part of this story — and another benefit of decades-long “working man’s antiglobalist economic populist democracy.” To “denounce” a man is the absolute right of any woman, and without any due process a man will have his rights stripped and life destroyed by whatever denunciation, no matter how frivolous or without evidence. (To complain about such things in Dissident Right circles in America has also lately become declasse: you don’t want to be one of those boring Manosphere guys do you? What’s really important is Economic Populism and ending the rule of Global Capitalist Elites…) Thus Argentina may also be the first country where a significant percentage of the men have had to flee because of literal political persecution by militant feminism. ...

The likely future — and to a large extent already the present — of Argentina is interesting because the solution is and will be mass migration of its capable, its wealthy, and eventually soon in coming decades in general most of its beautiful, its talented, its non-dwarflike. But where will there be left to flee in the end?
559   The_Deplorable   2023 Nov 28, 11:26pm  

Showdown As Saudi Arabia Leaders Warn US To Stop Israel Or Face Its Wrath...

"Saudi officials have strongly warned the United States that if Israel decides to launch a ground operation in Gaza, it could lead to a disastrous situation in the Middle East. The Saudis are emphasizing the potential for severe consequences and urging the US to consider the broader impact such a move might have on the already tense region.
Over the weekend, Senator Richard Blumenthal, a Democrat from Connecticut and a member of the Armed Services Committee, was part of a delegation of 10 senators who met with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia."


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qdGaAQc-Zts
562   AmericanKulak   2023 Nov 30, 4:27pm  

The_Deplorable says






Wow, almost 20 years old article. Any Israeli makes a mistake, it's remembered half a century later. Any Palestinian or Paleestinian group deliberately plans and organizes for weeks or months to rape and kill and kidnap civilians en masse -- forgotten in a few days.

Chris McGeal works for the Propaganda mouthpiece "Middle East Eye", a Muslim Brotherhood mouthpiece, and both Bahrain and Saudi Arabia agree on this. Another Qatar backed propaganda outlet. He's had a lifetime hardon for Israel.

A question to ask:

Why are all the Wokies against Israel?

Because it's a mostly Westernized nation.
563   AmericanKulak   2023 Nov 30, 4:35pm  

The_Deplorable says






Wow, is that Chicago, Oakland, or Bradford UK?




564   The_Deplorable   2023 Dec 1, 12:15am  

AmericanKulak says
"Wow, is that Chicago, Oakland, or Bradford UK?"

Kulac, the caption of the meme says we don't need a caption!
565   The_Deplorable   2023 Dec 1, 12:26am  

AmericanKulak says
"Wow, almost 20 years old article. Any Israeli makes a mistake, it's remembered half a century later."

But if we remember the Holocaust after 80 years why not this?
573   AmericanKulak   2023 Dec 2, 10:06am  

The CCP is promoting the COP28, where First World nations are pushed to pay "CO2 Reparations" and reduce their consumption of energy.

The CCP, once the 3rd or 4th biggest US LNG customer 3 years ago, no longer buys any from the US. The COP28 conference is now debating broad reductions in natural gas production.
574   HeadSet   2023 Dec 2, 12:25pm  

AmericanKulak says

The CCP is promoting the COP28, where First World nations are pushed to pay "CO2 Reparations" and reduce their consumption of energy.

It would be great Karma id the way the First World countries choose to cut carbon is by banning carbon spewing shipping from China to their shores.

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