- a little more light shining through the veil, the light should be in just about everyone’s eyes by now. If not, take a minute to stop, look around and listen. A lot of good things could very well be getting ready to go down.
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Thing One: Trilateral Bildergerg Grove: They meet in secret to hatch their plans. They speak in a language all their own. The fate of the entire world is at their command. They are … the MIT-educated central bankers.
The Wall Street Journal’s Jon Hilsenrath and Brian Blackstone gave conspiracy theorists the heebie-jeebies this morning with a story about how the world’s top central bankers meet in secret regularly to talk about their crazy experiment of pumping money into the global economy to see what happens. The three leaders of this cabal — the Federal Reserve’s Ben Bernanke, the European Central Bank’s Mario Draghi and the Bank of England’s Mervyn King — all have spent time at MIT. This thing goes deeper than you can imagine, obviously. We’re through the looking glass, man!
Actually, it’s not all that surprising that our economies are run by econo-nerds, nor is it all that surprising that they’d talk once in a while. It’s also sadly not all that surprising that they are flooding the global economy with cash, taking all sorts of risks, because their politically elected counterparts are so busy working against the global economy, by ratcheting up austerity measures in the U.S., Europe and the U.K. Somebody’s got to do something, and that somebody is the econo-nerds.