reply to post by Skinon
At the bottom level and I say this from experience in my career.
This group will have members in all areas of business from financial services to football agents etc.
They work with each other to corner the market on a local level and the person who is responsible (area manager of the group if you like) gets a cut
from them for the business shared, so on and so forth up the ladder. They meet in locations that you will not even notice such as a small business
premises of one of the members in a town or in cafes, in this meeting they will give each other leads for more business. The higher you go the bigger
the leads and as you progress up the ladder you become richer.
That is how the top level have complete control of who wins and who loses be it markets or wars because they trickle orders down the ladders.
The catch if you join is, you cannot speak about it or share business etc with anyone else that is not of the group unless requested or they outcast
you by ruining your credit file, taking your job, taking your cash from you and making sure you cannot get anywhere as you cannot even get a bank
account ever again. I also expect that the higher you get the more the risk becomes, ie your life, your families life etc for higher priviledges but I
do not know this for certain.
To get out of it once you are in you have to replace yourself with someone who will take your vows in your place and you must be responsible for them
if they fail and that is why it is so hard to get into it because you need to be extremely trustworthy and know what you are doing. It is your
backside and the guy who got you in that crumble if you mess up on your vow so only people who trust you with their life will invite you and if you
are in it you will never speak of it for the threat is real.
They are like an almost polar opposite of the freemasons and take from society rather than give.
I know this because I was asked to join and decided not too.
Nothing on the net I have seen yet will tell you the real story of what really happens. Most people would think you are nuts if you posted an insiders
view. It filters all the way down and vice versa. Of course there are businesses that are small that are not part of this but that is one of the main
reasons that they never hit it big and if they do they are bought out. There are also people high up who are not members and this is all part of how
it is so hard to see what is going on.
Everyday you walk past these people in the street, you might see a meeting in a restuarant but would never know as they communicate through orders in
Lets say I am totally fabricating this for a second, pretty good way to corner the market and keep members quiet is it not??
[edit on 27-3-2009 by XXXN3O]