I'm posting the video because of mr. Uygur's introduction:
"Usually rumors of smoked-filled rooms where secret conspiracies are hatched are ridiculous, but it turns out there are some exceptions..."
I would love to here his examples of meetings, where the guest list is not made public, but known to include major players in big business and
politics, where the agenda is also not made public, that is NOT hatching some sort of conspiracy.
As for the Koch brothers, I guess that until it is made illegal, it is good business to try and buy politicians so they will alter policy in your
interest, even when it goes against the interests of the citizens.
Yup, typical anti-American scum. It never ceases to amaze me how these short-sighted buffoons make money to begin with, then, they not only make more
money than they could ever spend, but they want to harm the country and the people that enabled them to attain their great wealth. "Biting the hand
that feeds you" is a phrase that comes to mind. Maybe it's time to put the rabid dogs down?
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