Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Doug Casey’s Two Days with the Real and Wannabee Elite: Buffett, Soros & Petraeus

Via Wes


Recently I made a few comments about the world’s self-identified “elite”, and also about the migrants that are plaguing Europe.

Happily, I was able to do some one-stop shopping on both of these topics when I was in New York to attend a very elitist and Globalist conference. I’m not going to name it because its organizers/sponsors are business partners of mine. And since they spent multimillions putting it together, and I pretty much despised their invitees, I’m not about to identify it exactly. Just let me say that the conclave has aspirations to become another Council on Foreign Relations, Bilderberg, Bohemian Grove, Atlantic Council, or Davos. Same kind of people, same ideas. Uniformly bad ideas. But ideas that the public has been brainwashed into thinking are good.

A lot of people are afraid these groups control the world, or at least governments. They don’t. They’re social gatherings for high level government employees and NGO types who like to network, and feel relevant. And lots of their minions, who enjoy the rich food, pretending they’re big shots too, while listening to pontifications by actual big shots. They hope they can cozy up to them, close enough to ride a richer gravy train.

The avowed purpose of this conclave was to “build the public-private partnership”—the exact definition of fascism. So there were also lots of big league corporate types who want to “make a difference”, and rich guys who want to be known for something besides having money.

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  1. Soros disgusted me the most.
    It doesn't matter to him one bit what the people want.
    - Charlie

  2. That was a good article, thanks.

    It makes me think of two things: The emporer has no clothes.

    And I used to watch James Bond movies while growing up. One thing that struck me was the fact that the evil genius, the evil RICHER than dirt genius tries to destroy the world. (Which would include himself and his world.) Why?

    Because they can, and it takes good men to stop to act to stop them.

    1. Thanks and my brother was going to LSE when the novel/s first came out and he sent them to me.