posted on Jun, 4 2010 @ 08:32 AM
The elite power brokers around the world are pretty much in agreement on the final outcome--a global governance organization which keeps the masses in
bondage (debt peonage or state dependency) for the sake of an elite few.
However, there is an ongoing battle in the elite power circles as to who will actually be in charge when the dust settles. The idea is that whoever
ends up on top, will dominate the world for the next century or so, at least thats the plan (which may very well fail). In this regard there are
several power blocs striving for final supremacy--the Anglo-American block, the European bloc, the Russian bloc, and the Chinese bloc. All of these
blocs share the same long term goals, but differ slightly in their approaches, and which ever of these comes out on top, will determine who runs the
The battle is primarily economic. There may be another global conflict that plays a secondary role, but all wars are generally won by those who hold
the strongest economic hand--with the most resources, etc.
Of these, the Anglo-American bloc has the most organization, and currently has the upper hand militarily. Why do you think the US has established
defacto military control over the Middle and Near East? When the US dollar crashes (and it inevitably will) the only thing that will be worth much
will be real commodities, especially oil--which will be required to maintain military control over the emergent global empire. Its a delicate game
that is being played, and everyone is jockeying for positions of influence in the final outcome.