posted on Feb, 13 2012 @ 04:53 AM
Banking and war, both work hand in hand and are controlled by the same puppet-masters.
Greece is a very good example at the moment. The politicians are being dictated to by the global bankers and forced to accept huge loans, which in
turn they are being told must (partly) be used to buy lots of nice new shiny weapons.
Seriously, to any sane person this seems an incredibly ridiculous move. Why, when they are in so much debt, are loans provided which are solely for
the purpose of buying weapons? I mean, who is Greece at war with?
Well, I guess it's partly to keep the peasants in their place (to stop them rising up against the banking masters), and also possible that another
little regional war may be dreamed up by the bankers sometime in the near future (or already planned), which will require Greece to be well armed?
In the meantime, the arms manufacturers - which the global banking cartels are heavily invested in - will be doing a roaring trade. It's just one
big money-go-round, in which the only winners are those turning the wheels, and the rest of us are just along for the ride.