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Ever wonder why the Global Elite are so Arrogant?

Most grew up in families that have been accumulating wealth for hundreds of years. Most have never had to work and yet have an income 100 times larger than middle class.

The top 12 families known as the Black Royalty control over 50 percent of the world's assets. Not only do they own vast quantities of land and natural resources, they control many of the governments through bribery and black mail.

In addition existing holdings, they have access to data gathered by US satellite, so they know also where all the remaining assets are located. Not only have they "coned" the American people since 1913 through the Federal Reserve, they have duped the American people into fighting WWI, WWII, The Vietnam War, The Cold War, and the Iraq War - all from which they made vast sums of money in shipping and supplies.

After NAFTA, GATT, the IMF and then pulling off 911 and getting away with it, now they have the American taxpayer paying for a war in Afghanistan that will protect a pipeline corridor so they can get their oil to the market.

So the next time you see that little smirk on GW's face, Prince Charles, David Rockefeller or some other smuck, then have a little sympathy will you - there is only so much arrogance one smuck can contain.

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I think it's because they

I think it's because they like to think that they are as powerful as God. They take our real money (gold) and hoard it, this gives them worldly power and an arrogant attitude.

You may be on to something.

In Ezekiel 28:4 - God told Satan that his riches had corrupted him and because of his riches he "set thine heart as the heart of God".

4 With thy wisdom and with thine understanding thou hast gotten thee riches, and hast gotten gold and silver into thy treasures:

5 By thy great wisdom and by thy traffick hast thou increased thy riches, and thine heart is lifted up because of thy riches:

6 Therefore thus saith the Lord GOD; Because thou hast set thine heart as the heart of God;

That sounds very

That sounds very interesting, I'll look it up in my Good Book.

It just hit me a couple weeks ago that gold= power and have been deep in thought about it.

I guess thats why they worship the wise old "owl". lol

Since they are after resources it would benefit them well to have the polar ice caps melt, because thats where there is a great deal of untapped natural resources lay, it's just been very difficult to get to it with all that ice!

As a result of people learning what the Continental Congress

2009 is all about, and I believe they will.

Sooner or later there is a possibility and even probability that a tsunami of awakened people may arise in this country the likes of which history has never seen before.

'When' that occurs, these smirks you speak of will be replaced with worry lines usually located around the brow and mouth when 'we the people' move, in peaceful, legal, Constitutional means, to confiscate that which was 'stolen'.





Are you suggesting the unthinkable? as in

canceling the national debt or seeking restitution - now those are dangerous words I'm putting in your mouth.


I give him credit for making it. Especially coming from a wealthy environment.

Points of contention.

He mixes together wealth with elitism.

And poverty without the reasons why.

The truth is, wealth is good.

Special government subsidies/laws are not.

Overall he confuses wealth with creating poverty, when it is government and lack of free market that is the cause.

What are you calling "wealthy"?

Anything under $100,000,000,000 a year is poor to the folks he's talking about.
Actually, anyone who plays in the fiat system is poor.

I don't know man! What's

"Only a virtuous people are capable of freedom. As nations become corrupt and vicious, they have more need of masters." Benjamin Franklin

your take on this?

government of the people, by the people, for the people

"The One Percent" is a video by Jamie Johnson of the ...

Johnson & Johnson family, (one-percenter's themselves). His video documents the attitudes that the top 1% have toward us up close and personal w/some hard-hitting questions. Because he is who he is, he was able even to interview Milton Friedman. It's well-worth a watch to actually see their how smug and far removed from our reality those lofty SOB's really are.

As a result of the interview that Warren Buffet's twin granddaughter gave in this video, Warren ex-communicated her from the family--took away her inheritance and denies that she's his grand daughter anymore.

See it here in 8 parts: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dK8-nr-of30&feature=PlayList&...


good video

Only The Super Rich Can Save Us


Buy the book at the DP on Amazon ;))

that was interesting


No more arrogant than

No more arrogant than Hitler, Stalin or Mussolini. The see themselves as ordained to rule and us as subjects.

They're all related to each other

Power has NEVER changed hands.

It's hard not to be arrogant

When your slaves beg you to provide them with 'liberty' by continuing to enslave them.


This is a profoundly funny response.

Good one!

I can take liberty...but no one can give it to me.

Well said


short sermon on liberty

Individual liberty and individual responsibility go hand in hand.

Are you with me so far?

If you want more liberty, you have to accept more responsibility. If you'd rather someone else take the responsibility...well, you are then surrendering your liberty.

This post is blaming the world's situation on "the elite." The blame actually belongs to each individual...you and me, etc.

I caused the war in Afghanistan. I brought down the towers of the World Trade Center.

How? I participated in the circulation of US dollars to support the fossil fuel-based military-industrial-complex of a desperate empire.

The "elite" puppet masters are not the cause of world events. They are only the symptom. They are just riding the wave caused by the day to day decisions of individual people like you and me.

it's easy to say that if you aren't 'enslaved'--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

I have found that among libertarians (and I consider myself to be one; I rate very high on the libertarian 'quiz') many look 'down' on those who have less who yearn to become more independent, more self-sustaining, more self-reliant, but who haven't yet learned how--

who have been in bondage and have had parents and grandparents in bondage--

remember the Hebrew slaves who came out of Egypt and wanted the fleshpots?

Also, if you look down on anyone (even yourself to some extent) you are using as a standard an 'elite' that are free!!! And you don't want to admire them!!!


If we find ourselves admiring them or excusing them, where is our reason not to let them continue or to become perpetrators ourselves?

I did NOT bomb the twin towers--

If I say that I did, I just as well give up the fight!

I have never had anything to use but U.S. dollars, and I have scrimped and saved them and worked my fingers to the bone to be self-reliant.

For example--

just by hard work, because I can't afford solar energy or land--

I can feed myself for at least a few months on what I have in my home, much of it what I grew myself, and most of it what I have gleaned from around my local area--

and I can heat my home with wood we scavenged which my family and I have chopped and split--

I don't have land; I don't have money for solar panels or wind turbines--

but I can do this much--and I had to have U.S. dollars to do it!

So, don't blame me.

I also am without insurance and ask for no help. If I get sick and can't take care of myself, oh well, I die.

No safety net to catch my family if we 'fall'--

but I didn't cause the war by using the dollar.

Everyone in our family who works walks to work--

and we don't drive hither and yon--

Nobody in our family is in the military or gets any perks from it--

I have seen through the facade of our society, and I have rejected it--

but I have had to use U.S. dollars to reject it--

because I have had nothing else.


we all have to start somewhere--

it's not easy to live like this. You go without a lot of the middle class perks. You get laughed at.

But I would like to ask if anyone with less has done better.

We all have to start somewhere.

And . . . while being frugal, I haven't given WalMart my money either!

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

You might want to read some European and American history

and then re-think your position. This wealth goes back to the European Empire when the wealthy families were sailing around the world claiming territory and raping the resources.

The founding fathers knew all about the heavy hand of these masters of money, as did Andrew Jackson, Abe Lincoln, Woodrow Willson, FDR, Henry Ford, Charles Lindberg Sr., Dwight Eisenhower, John Kennedy Lyndon Johnson and Ron Paul. The American people living today not only had nothing to do with this history of greed and pillage, most are not even aware of it's existence.

While I agree with your liberty/responsibility connection in one's personal life, to blame any person alive today for the unbridled deeds that have transpired over the last few centuries is ludicrous. My suggestion would be to look up some Eustice Mullins videos, you might come away with a whole different opinion on where the responsibility actually lies.


I'll keep my authority, my liberty, and my responsibility.

You can surrender yours to the boogeyman or the Rothchilds or whatever.

No one has ever ruled without the consent of the governed.

and so, how do *you* live?

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

do you use money? do you drive a car? do you work at a job? do you eat? do you shop?

How do you live without the military industrial complex--

how do you feel innocent of the blood of those who have died in the middle east or in any war or staged event since your birth (however old or young you might be)?

You are responsible for the twin towers and Afghanistan. Then, what are you doing about it?

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

I am not innocent

The blood of every dead Iraqi, every dead Afghan, and every dead American stains my hands each time I pump gas into my car.

I am guilty as hell.

No excuses. No denial. No absolution.

Who Killed Davy Moore?


What I'm doing about it is no more and no less effective than what you guys are doing about it. You write letters to congressman, support political candidates, bloviate on blogs, etc. I'm reminding you that liberty must be assumed in proportion to the responsibility assumed.

If you really want to end the fed, then stop circulating US dollars. The power of the fed would disappear overnight if a nation of freethinkers did the same (but it's actually a nation of idiot sheep, so the assumption is pointless).

I wouldn't say that they

I wouldn't say that they rule, per se, more that they control through what has been a long and massive swindle that few even know exists. When people are so rich that they have the power to literally buy entire governments, and to literally determine the use of the world's resources since they own the majority of them, they become a major problem simply because they can't be controlled regardless of how hard you fight. They will out do you on resources and influence every time. They have the ability to pay whomever it takes to make sure you go down in defeat. The only way to rid countries of their influence is to kill them to the man, woman, and child. I think few people would ever recommend that.

Blessings )o(

Blessings )o(

if you kill them, you become like them--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

I'm glad you said that few would recommend that--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

I would NEVER advocate

I would NEVER advocate murder, but stated that simply because it is truly the only way to stop them, since its already been shown that they don't stop the swindle on their own or with each new generation either.

Blessings )o(

Blessings )o(

Instead of killing them just expose them via a movie

or TV documentary. If what has transpired ever became public knowledge that would go a long way in bringing the abuses to an end.

yes, and then you become one of those kooky . . .

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--


I've been recommending books and movies for years, but my friends and family are brainwashed--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--