Hi there, first time poster to this forum actually. Seems like some good discussions, might check this site more often.
Ok so greetings aside, I was drawn to this particular thread for a reason. I'm a pretty level headed (but aware) when it comes to my politics, but
this cover sent a chill straight down my spine. To be on such a major publication that certainly almost every CEO would read, and of course the
Pearson connection already stated, makes this a huge red flag. It's not simply "propaganda" because it is very cryptic as well. Also, I dont think
this is haphazard in the slightest, it's all very well organized.
I'll leave my full interpretation, hopefully I won't repeat too many points, but I did notice some glaring things nobody has pointed out yet.
First off, the connection to Sgt Peppers is pretty clear, which then means there probably is a "Paul" there. Not too mention the Last Supper as well
(13 b/w figures) and that the painting in the far right is the "Portrait of the Unknown Woman" by Da Vinci (note how Alice's face is also
Now here's something I haven't seen anyone notice yet, Putin has blood on his left lens. Maybe he was shot, maybe he did the shooting, but the blood
is there for some reason.
Everyone that is in B/W is a world leader, and the ISIS member in the back is also B/W.
Xi Jinping is behind Obama as he gives a very unsettling smirk. He is positioned in front of Jinping similar to a marionette puppet. This one seems
What's with the ghost/fart that is looking at a vacation brochure coming from Obama's leg? the Cheshire Cat is on the other.
Reverse image searches can't pull up the two men behind Obama, maybe another user knows who they are?
And this brings me to my last thought which is a doozy (and a tad fringe). I believe that turtle is meant to symbolize the old logo of the Fabian
Society. Their emblem was an angry turtle stating "When I Stike, I Strike Hard" implying that the turtle who is normally slow and defensive will
eventually be going on the offensive. Now the angry turtle in the cover has lines coming from its shell, like it may be attacking soon.
[Sidenote: the Fabian Society's original logo literally is a "Wolf in Sheeps Skin". The Rothschild Family has had huge historical links to the group
(following the Pearson Connection discussed before) and the FS is a major supporter of Eugenics and Social Engineering.]
My conclusion: This is no normal cover. This was also not meant to instill fear. The Economist would take the commoner as the Man-Child watching the
game of plinko, having no warning as to where the ball will fall. This cover may be a message. Maybe, those in the know would see this and read it
diffrently? Maybe they would know what 11.3 11.5 means?
Remember, who are the people that read the Economist? Why would a warning be given there?
So, thanks for reading, hopefully it wasn't TL/DR.
Hope to add to more discussions in the furture.
Cheers and stay frosty out there!
edit on 15-1-2015 by BernardShevek because: Error in sentence. Meant to say "Not Simply
edit on 15-1-2015 by BernardShevek because: deleted an "A" and added an "Its" near Haphazard.