Glenn covers the revolution in Egypt, but goes global with his theory of world domination where a muslim caliphate controls the Middle East, Russia controls all her old satellites and part of Europe, and China controls Asia, parts of Africa, Australia and New Zealand. It’s an interesting theory except for the fact that NONE of these ass-clowns plays well with others, and this theory does not take the global elites’ or the Vatican’s agendas into account. Everybody should be looking at Africa.
I spoke with a few folks today to let them know that the situation with Egypt is the trigger for all sorts of global nastiness that is already impacting us here in the U.S. (The price of gas here has gone up ten cents in four days.) I do believe that I actually stated that … Read more Nothing To See Here; Move Along…
The History Channel’s series ‘Decoded’ with Brad Meltzer covered the very secretive ‘Bohemian Club’ in Monte Rio, California that holds their two week retreat every July. The grove consists of 2,700 acres, a 2,700 member list with a waiting list of 20,000 individuals including 200 of the most wealthy men in the world. They meet each year for a two week retreat which is kicked off with the ‘Cremation of Care’ ritual. As Brad Meltzer points out in the program, outsiders should not off-handedly try to interpret rituals without context, and I personally don’t find burning an effigy to release your worries as anything dark and ominous. What I do find odd is that the powerbrokers of the world are running around with torches and robes in the middle of a redwood forest at night. We either are witnessing the richest guys in the world never maturing, or they have indeed corrupted yet another religion.
A short clip and a full length video of Alex Jones’ documentary about the grove follows this episode, and I have also posted Alex Jones’ interview with Brad Meltzer from 1.25.2011. (BTW, part of Meltzer’s team was arrested for trespassing.)
Decoded with Brad Meltzer: Secret Societies – (Full Length)
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