"We are grateful to the Washington Post, The New York Times, Time Magazine and other great publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected their promises of discretion for almost forty years."
"It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subjected to the lights of publicity during those years. But, the world is now more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world government. The supranational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the national auto-determination practiced in past centuries."
David Rockefeller, June 1991,
Bilderberger Meeting, Baden, Germany
The whole quote bothers me, but it's the part about our mainstream media withholding information from the lights of publicity for forty, now sixty, years that still has me creating imaginative expletives for that self-chosen class of elites hell-bent on owning it all!
'It' in this context refers to the planet, the atmosphere, outer space and everything in, on, or near those locations. If it moves, breathes, or has mass, they want to own it.
That especially includes you and me, my darlin's. Can't have any freewill on the loose causing problems for the totalitarian New World Order (NWO). Acronym that backwards and see if I'm not on the right track.
I pounced on Internet access in 1993, but even at that late date there really wasn't all that much out there and researching any given subject returned little more than obvious information, or a definition. By the time 1997 rolled in I'd taken up a challenge to "write a better novel" than the one I was currently complaining about and found that 'searching' had become a primary Internet directive. There wasn't anything you couldn't google and dive as deeply as time and interest allowed, so I did.
I didn't choose to click through every link my cursor crossed. The left mouse button was possessed with a hair-trigger clicker and it clicked my way to stuff that had never even been mentioned in school. Stuff that should have been, and had my daddy not passed in 1976 he'd have been wringing some scrawny Department of Education necks upon finding out what his ISD taxes and higher education financing didn't buy.
To make this short introduction to Reality Vault short, I'll spell out my mission. With me, it's all about the knowing and I believe that most human beings have an innate desire to know things they don't know they want to know. I also believe that what is hidden from the public, is hidden because it's a threat to our personal liberty and pursuit of happiness. So, every time I come across what I think is another piece of this gigantic what's-really-going-on-here puzzle, I'm going to shine the lights of publicity on it and share it with you for your consideration.
“I don’t want a nation of thinkers. I want a nation of workers.”
– John D. Rockefeller
The Rockefellers founded
the National Education Association
Let's all think and be a rock in this feller's windpipe!
- Gail L Bird Allen -
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