Power corrupts; absolute power corrupts absolutely.
That's a statement you can believe in.
Something that is not suggested often about the NWO and the various meetings and gorups that the members supposedly belong to is this: It's the
popular high school clique.
Instead of believing that these people are pre-destined to rule, with all of these inner connections, that there is a much better possibility that
these are just the popular kids in adult life.
The choices these people made when they were younger, in spite of many lesser backgrounds i.e. Bill Clinton, Obama, etc...that as success was gained,
they were invited into the upper echelon of society.
Now, when people gain fame, success and power, some choose to give back...but many just devote their lives to stay on top and control MORE, and gain
Thus you have the Bilderburg group, the Trilateral commission and so on. The reason these groups exist is simply because they are the richest and
most powerful people.
There is a good chance that if we chose similar paths, and had the success they did, we could be there too. Hopefully, we would all decline.
If anyone wants to watch a fascinating movie about class structure and the elite, I would suggest that you get The American Ruling Class by Lewis
Lapham(editor of Harper's) as he explains how to get into this group with relative ease.
I know the concept that are all not invited to the party, and we are the squares sitting at home isn't a fun one...but it's a much more likely
chance then the idea these people are coercing for EVIL.
You might consider evil to be the popular clique, the ruling class, or the powers that be, but you can't fault these wealth, fame, and power addicted
people to give up their roles easily, or at all. This can include very nefarious and sadistic choices, but they're all just trying to remain popular
with the popular group.
Here is a link to the movie:
The American Ruling Class