The Problems of the World are centered around the World Bank elites the likes of George Soros
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Submitted by Joe Hollinger (United States), Apr 12, 2011 00:25
The European Union and other countries are falling to banks. The failing countries are listening to implied promises that they can achieve economical improvement through paying on the debts of failed banks. What happens is that these countries become financially ruined. Please read the following article and see if you can see signs that America may be headed down a similar road to feudalism. http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=24217 It appears that if Soros and the extremely far lefties of the World have their way 97 percent of the people of the World (although a vastly smaller total number of people) will be so poor and totally dependent on the three percent that have it all that feudalism will exist, planned or not. According to these nuts, there are 2.5 billion too many people alive today for the World to support them. Where, pray tell, will the excess people go? Need I tell you? Mao got rid of them by raising the minimum production of rice farmers to a point so high there was no rice left for the farmers to eat. The farmers died, the warehouses were filled with rotting rice, the population was decreased by millions of Chinese. In America nearly 50 percent of our citizens are government dependents. If Obama gets his way, and all illegal aliens get amnesty, that percentage will be a whole lot higher. What happens to all of them if all the government support is cut off? We must all stay well as informed as possible about the goings on of all government. We have to do the research and keep on top of those things we find that just don't smell right. We have to learn to understand government speak where one thing is said and another is intended. The "ordinary peoples" of the World are under attack. Are we an expendable resource? Think about it.
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