posted on Jan, 24 2009 @ 01:08 PM
I've seen that document, yes. It's interesting, but I'd like to see how the strategies there work on a global scale, with many
2ndly, no group has ever been completely in control of what's going on. The elite are very powerful, yes, but not totally. I was trying to analyse
the grey area between very and totally, the wildcards that they are not in charge of.
Secondly, I am talking about the *global* economic system. There are many players, with opposing viewpoints. It's not a simple case of 100 dudes
getting together and saying "O.K. we pull the plug in 09." and that's the end of that. There are other countries that don't want this to happen.
All sorts of groups pulling for power.
But I agree in general, they're mostly in control.
Do you have any other economic warfare docs?
Hi. Always like to read your posts. I agree with what you've written. How would you go about solving this problem, if you were head of the
Also, neither of you have really mentioned the three factors I talked about in my original post. Any thoughts on them?
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