jueves, 28 de septiembre de 2017


Source: Wikipedia.

By Gundhramn Hammer, Yudit E. Ruiz Sanchez & Blanca I. Ruiz Sanchez
September 28, 2017 

The universe is vast. But a rich man´s greed is vaster than the universe.

This is the case with the billionaires and trillionaires that have sucked the juice out of people and the planet. They are übereverests of feelings of never having enough. 

If they wish, they could fix the world in a jiff. But they don´t give a damn about anyone else. Let alone the planet. To them, it is only me and me and more me and me and no one else but me.

 And they love talking about "sustainability"!! 

Apart from some exceptions, despite their hundreds of associations, foundations and NGOs supposedly working towards humanitarian goals around the world, the humansphere keeps getting worse and worse, socially, politically, militarly, economically and environmentally.

Overall these legal fictions can be seen as masquerades which have been set up for political purposes, for containing people from total revolting and to keep their fortunes safe from taxes at home or offshore, stashed away in a tax haven. 

And of course, they also function as pacifiers for any rich´s asleep unconscientious consciousness in  their daily lives and numerous sleepless nights.

In a nutshell, überrich people suffer from metagreed syndrome, which can be defined as an ever present feeling to own everything and everyone.

Metaphorically, multimillionaires are human black holes.

And the funny thing is that we are taught at home, school and by the media to admire these biosphere-chewing humans!

Lest anyone forgets this: One thing is having enough to exist, another is having everyting to feel you exist. There lies the difference and the disease.

So beware not to become a metagreedy orc

As all of you out there already know, it takes two to tango. Thus, überrich people are not alone in their klingonian kingdoms.

Somewhere along the line, their event horizon is full of employees working (sometimes literally slaving) for them. Some workers are well paid, whilst others so and so and some do not get much jack except heavy toiling. It is a matter of talent, connections,  buddiship, sex, gender, race, social standing, productivity, seniority or hieralchical status.

Now let us get to the point.

Have you ever wonder who these people are? 

Well, at least who you see on the stage, for there is a Hidden Hand controlling them, a bunch of Roman families whose lineages go back to the ancient Babylonian Empire, according to some experts in plutocracy. Christian (2016: 178) refers to these globalists as "oligarchical psycopathic families".

Let us take a look at who´s who in the Hidden Hand´s event horizon, starting off with a citation:

"Estimates are that the total world’s wealth is close to $200 trillion, with the US and Europe holding approximately 63 percent of that total; meanwhile, the poorest half of the global population together possesses less than 2 percent of global wealth.33 The World Bank reports that in 2008, 1.29 billion people were living in extreme poverty, on less than $1.25 a day, and 1.2 billion more were living on less than $2.00 a day.34 Thirty-five thousand people, mostly young children, die every day from starvation.35 So while millions suffer, the TCC [transnational corporate class] financial elites seek returns that speculate on the rising cost of food, and they do this in cooperation with each other in a global system of TCC power and control."

The above is an excerpt from the following article:

Financial Core of the Transnational Corporate Class by Peter Phillips and Brady Osborne (2013). Project Censored

If you wish to read the full article, click here

Check these out too: Click here and here.

And folks, the überrich corporate people do it for us, consumers.

So, we´d better wake up!!! 

Good waking up!



Christian J.D. (2016). Banking Pirates of the City of London. New Zealand. 316 pp.

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