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The Immortal Cabal Ruling Our Planet

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posted on Mar, 20 2015 @ 01:02 PM
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Much effort has gone into the naming of names of the secret cabal - here on ATS and thoughout history. The list usually starts with the Rothschilds and moving on, ends with the Kochs, Buffet and Soros.

Even conspiracy noobs know the ancient Pharoahs, Kings and Emperors weren’t the real rulers, and that our Presidents and Prime Ministers are just puppets. There always were, and are, bankers behind the thrones. The scheme is as simple as it is ancient: bankers finance the public rulers through famines and floods, get them into wars and profit by lending to both sides. And the bankers always come out ahead. And the wealth builds through the generations.

Many (if not most) of the banker families kept their money and power in the family through the ages, but they had a big problem. Their bloodlines didn’t always “breed true.” Every so often some idiot son would inherit and lose the family fortune. The lesson was not lost.

Billions were spent on the search for immortality, to no avail. Finally, some genius figured it out - they needed to create an immortal system to preserve their wealth while they searched for the elusive “elixir of life.” Enter the corporation.

It took a while, but it worked. Corporations now are legal persons throughout the world - they have economic and political power equaling or surpassing that of nations, but with neither the weaknesses of living persons, nor the constraints of governments. Even better, corporations have no allegiances, and no responsibilities to the people of the world. Their only commitment, under international law, is to profit - and they are best described as “psychopaths.” Meanwhile, people are no longer people. We are just “consumers.” Done.

10 COMPANIES that CONTROL the WORLDS FOOD SUPPLY - These Mega Corporations Control What You Eat


If Corporations Are People, They Are Psychopaths
The US Corporation as Psychopath


The 20 Mega Corporations Who Are Controlling And Shaping You

…These Ten mega corporations and their interwoven supply chains control the output of almost everything you buy.

…90% of the media is now controlled by just six companies, down from 50 in 1983. Nearly everything you think you know about the news (and your entertainment) is shaped from these six mega media companies.

…37 top banks have merged to become these four mega banks in a little over two decades, while the nation’s 10 largest financial institutions hold 54% of our total financial assets.

Just 10 Mega-Corporations Control Virtually Everything Your Family Eats

Shadowrun corporations

The monolithic "enemies" of the Shadowrun world (borrowing heavily from cyberpunk mythos) are the Corporations, dubbed "Megacorporations", "Megacorps", or simply "megas" or "corps" for short. Megacorporations in the 21st century are massively global, with all but the smallest corps owning multiple subsidiaries and divisions around the world. They are the superpowers of the Shadowrun universe, with the largest corporations having far more political, economic, and military power than even the most powerful nation-states.

In Shadowrun, corporations are effectively "ranked" by the amount of assets under their control, including material, personnel, and property, as well as profit. These ranks are A, AA, and AAA; AAA corporations are top tier. Most corporations in the AA and AAA level are immune to domestic law, responsible only to themselves, and regulated only by the Corporate Court, an assembly of the ten AAA-rated corporations.

25 US Mega Corporations: Where They Rank If They Were Countries
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posted on Mar, 20 2015 @ 01:11 PM
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Great thread. Can only add that, if we dare to resist consumption or exist outside the confines of corporations, their puppet governments and consumer culture - we are quickly marginalized and deemed anti-social or even dangerous.



posted on Mar, 20 2015 @ 01:20 PM
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Unless we, the individuals, each do SOMETHING to resist the corporate world, however small, we are just easy pickings for being controlled.

What do you do?



posted on Mar, 20 2015 @ 01:22 PM
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a reply to: soficrow

OK

So what? this has been discussed on ATS many times. Is there some kind of conclusion you would like to add?
Everyone knows that the world population are slaves to big corp who in turn fund political campaigns voted by world population, so its a catch 22.
Tell me something i dont know!


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posted on Mar, 20 2015 @ 01:24 PM
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I for one welcome our new Corporate Overlords. Now excuse me while I sip this Mountain Dew, eat part of my Kit Kat Bar, and continue to post on this website using my Sony Monitor, Type on my Dell Keyboard, and sit in my Hon office chair.



posted on Mar, 20 2015 @ 01:27 PM
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a reply to: combatmaster

Well maybe....if corporations run on consumption, then we need to stop buying their crap. We fight with ideas like free, open-source, sustainable - these are the biggest threat to corporations. I think people are finally realizing this and adopting more of these strategies.
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posted on Mar, 20 2015 @ 01:35 PM
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It matters not.

I believe we have passed the point of no return, or the singularity, in regards to corporate control of the world. anything that can or will be created will eventually be controlled by a corporate or governmental entity.

unless of course some individual genius creates an AI/conscious connectivity (e.g. mindreading) tech all by himself before a corp utilizing thousands of bright minds does. thats the only real way (and probably last) to change the future imho.
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posted on Mar, 20 2015 @ 01:39 PM
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originally posted by: ScientificRailgun
I for one welcome our new Corporate Overlords. Now excuse me while I sip this Mountain Dew, eat part of my Kit Kat Bar, and continue to post on this website using my Sony Monitor, Type on my Dell Keyboard, and sit in my Hon office chair.


I suppose you'll also welcome the clampdown on privacy, being chipped, and loss of numerous other constitutional rights as well right?



posted on Mar, 20 2015 @ 01:41 PM
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Hi Sofe. Good to see you. Been wondering where you were.


Thanks for this. If we look at the enlarged pic on here it underlines packaged foods for me. The only way I can see to combat this is to buy fresh produce, find a reliable local butcher, eat simpler, and make your own. Even though we know that is not foolproof, it does save money and a lot of calories. One less customer for them will not hurt them much, but if people move away from that a little at a time as we have all been moving from packaged cereals, then they will feel it. Kellogg's recently shut down one of their plants.


ETA: Your avatar is hilarious!



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posted on Mar, 20 2015 @ 01:45 PM
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a reply to: TrueMessiah

I'm already chipped. I own a cellphone. Privacy? What's that? Constitutional Rights? I live in Japan. lol



posted on Mar, 20 2015 @ 01:59 PM
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originally posted by: ScientificRailgun
a reply to: TrueMessiah

I'm already chipped. I own a cellphone. Privacy? What's that? Constitutional Rights? I live in Japan. lol


So in other words, you think it can't get any worse than it already is? I think it can.
Japan doesn't have a comparable system?



posted on Mar, 20 2015 @ 02:04 PM
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I see two arguments on ATS:

1. The government is evil!

2. Corporations are evil!

So ATS -- which is it? Which regime would you rather live under? Oppression from "the company" or "the man"?

People fail to realize that it's the same outcome in either extreme. There has to be a balance between private industry and government involvement.



posted on Mar, 20 2015 @ 02:09 PM
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...if we dare to resist ...we are quickly marginalized and deemed anti-social or even dangerous.


True. Unfortunately. But there IS safety in numbers. I'm thinking food independence is a good start - have a garden, grow sprouts in the winter. Getting that protein is the killer though (the resident hawk keeps taking all the rabbits).


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posted on Mar, 20 2015 @ 02:09 PM
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Japan doesn't even allow me to own my own firearms. I really miss my .45 ACP. It's a different system, but not really any worse than the American system. I just point out that the tentacles are in so deep that overthrowing it will illicit a very violent response from people who have grown accustomed to a relatively comfortable life governed by currency, corporations, surveillance, and control.

I know fully well that I contribute to the problem when I go to the Conbini every morning for a beer after work. That I buy into the Shibuya shopping sprees and decadence. I know I own the newest Samsung Smartphone. I am a part of the problem. And I am honestly, and unashamedly okay with it. I live a comfortable life, doing something I love, in a place I adore. To upset that delicate balance would upset me.

Do I want a change? Sure. Would I like less surveillance and more choice when it comes who my leaders are? You bet. But not enough to start a revolution over it. Call me ignorant, call me whatever you like, but remember you contribute to it as well. If you shop at supermarkets, buy clothes in malls, order stuff from Amazon, own the newest iDevice, you are ALSO part of the problem. I simply know myself well enough to accept that evil, self-absorbed side of myself.



posted on Mar, 20 2015 @ 02:12 PM
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a reply to: combatmaster


Tell me something i dont know!


You first.



; )



posted on Mar, 20 2015 @ 02:20 PM
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a reply to: ScientificRailgun

Have you ever gone to one of those places where you can pay to hang out with cats? That would be a real trip...



posted on Mar, 20 2015 @ 02:21 PM
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a reply to: MystikMushroom

LOL no. I'm not really a cat person anyway.



posted on Mar, 20 2015 @ 02:38 PM
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a reply to: soficrow

What surprises me is not where we are but how the hell we got here. There use to be a monopolies commission that stopped companies combining etc in the interests of the public and dare I say fairness to free competition etc.

Where hell did that body disappear to? and more importantly why isn't it stopping this kind of thing or has it itself been effectively stopped?



posted on Mar, 20 2015 @ 02:38 PM
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a reply to: ScientificRailgun

Edit: Maybe you guys over there do have a chance to actively fight it and remain exempt from a totalitarian like state. I just came across this video. They were really pissed about losing some of their own in 9/11:



With that in mind, the personal enjoyment you receive out of the appliances you spoke of are enjoyed by me likewise. It's all the other things involving liberty and sovereignty that I'm worried about. Over in the US that is. Overall it seems that you all over there are in good shape in terms of resistance. The U.S. is just too corrupt on/at many levels.

Although I must say it sucks not being able to own a firearm over there. + 1 for the U.S. in that respect.



posted on Mar, 20 2015 @ 02:42 PM
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Sure there is a terrific media feeding frenzy if someone tries to step out of the box.

I do wonder in this day and age with us all so jaded and sick of these corporations pulling government strings and especially getting into our tax revenues for their own use - if we are not turning a tide. We might not all rush out and riot, but we do have boycott which hurts these guys immediately and also I don't believe so many couch potatoes and lounge politicians are so easily led by the media to character assassinate people who want to live outside the ordered box of clones any more.

I applaud people who are getting up and out and support their efforts. I see conspiracy as something a government/corporation does against the public.



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