Are we grossly underestimating the enemy before us?Submitted by Ralph Waldo on Sat, 03/21/2009 - 04:57
One of the most common mistakes is to underestimate the resources and ruthlessness of the enemy before us. With teams of experts, data mining and advanced computers, it's very likely we are only in the early stages of a well crafted 100 year plan.
With two thirds of the world's economies now emerging, control over that block for the next 100 years is the grand prize for the greedy. The G20 on April 2 is the next big step. The questions are:
1. Have they applied enough bribery, coercion and sexual favors to the leaders of the emerging countries' to get them to agree to turning over control of their economies to the bankers.
2. Will the American people remain silent in their slumber and sleep through another chapter of their own demise.