posted on Nov, 26 2009 @ 02:44 AM
Usually, when attempting to define who TPTB are, you can go wrong if you start tracing who benefits or follow the money. It starts to become obvious.
Patterns emerge. There are many dots to connect but a picture soon emerges, much as it did with all the corporate connections and entrenchments within
the last administration. As we go back in time and history things become more fuzzy...for obvious reasons. Remember too that there are factions within
TPTB that differ, and while they share a common end goal their methods vary, some by design (as in working a solution from multiple angles) and some
because they actually differ and go rogue or renegade (those are usually dealt with in time). This confuses things as well. For example, there are
factions within what some term "elites." The new elite and the old. There are factions among what some might term the "globalists." Those who
believe in national sovereignty and those who do not...the Bush presidents had one of each of these.
The CFR might have a slightly different agenda and approach than say a PNAC, and their both puppetmasters to some and puppets to others. There's a
method to their madness, which is how they gain penetration (the seeming differences) and which is how they manage to convince people that there
really might be a difference between Obama and Bush, for example, when people only trace the connections so far, which most do.
Everyone is someone's puppet to one degree or another. I'd say the Kennedys are among the more stringless of puppets.