Follow the money. That is the bottom-line. Everyone can say ‘blah blah blah’ but make sure you follow the money, then you’ll find the truth. Same thing goes for that situation [selling Iraqi oil during the 90’s embargo]. So the only thing Iraq and their buying partners wanted was to remain free of any accusations, because the partners who bought it were the ones placing the boycott in the first place. But they are actually all friends on the same side. Everybody thinks there are opposites like good and bad guys in the world, but on the higher levels it is just a game and they are all working together. However, they do have to stick to the rules and regulations they themselves have created to keep the rest of society suppressed and make sure that it will not be too crowded at the top.
…So the entire world as we think we know it, is just an illusion we believe in.
That is an excerpt from an interview with a Dutch guy who says he was involved in foreign exchange trading and got involved in, essentially, laundering money for TPTB. I’ve been super busy of late, too busy to post or comment here or much of anywhere. But I saw a link to this video and took the time to watch it. I think it’s worth sharing, so that’s what I’m doing.
I’m not posting it because I believe it’s the gospel truth. But I admit I find it very compelling. I don’t know whether the guy in this interview is telling truth (as he knows it) or is just a very good actor. It touches on a lot of divisive issues regarding the TPTB, and I think many of you who will watch it take opposing views on some of those issues. But whatever your opinions, I don’t think watching this will be a waste of time. I’m not going to take a stand on any of those issues at the moment or say where I think this guy might be misdirecting; you are free to do so in comments. For now I will simply pass it along without further comment: