A few elites (with several quadrillion dollars) could never rule the world

“Propaganda does not deceive people; it merely helps them to deceive themselves”

Eric Hoffer

A few elites (13 families) could never control the world. Maybe, but before you decide without any facts look up the Rockafellers and the Rothschild’s. Look up the Travistock Institute, the Bilderberg Group, the Bohemian Grove (where the richest men in the world are running around in the bush in ancient robes praying to Babylonian gods), the Trilateral Commission, BIS and the Council on Foreign Relations (just a rich club for rich men). Then read Tragedy and Hope by Quigley then watch or read anything by Coleman. Now you will be informed enough to decide for yourself if you are being lied to or if you should just shut up and watch the TV news. Oh and that Senator in the Rockafeller video – Macdonald, the one that ran up against the interests of the elite…killed when his plane exploded. Lots of unfortunates like the Kennedy’s (start at 5.25 minutes_good watch by 10 minutes you might wonder how he survived two more years!!) just seem to have bad luck when they challenge the agenda…all these secret societies – jesuits (second para in red), knights of malta, freemasons, grovers, bilderberg, CFR, the Fed, the Skull & Bones Society, the Vatican, the BIS… and all the others are just wholesome fun clubs for rich men to talk about polo. Their incredible business and political entanglement is mere coincidence and their mammoth donations to every political party in the world is simply a demonstration of their charity towards the interests of all mankind..

Don’t dismiss this as outright as nonsense. Do some research. It really won’t take long. Then judge for yourself.

Old, holey and comfortable

“I wanted to be a citizen of the world but not in a superficial way”

Robert Fulghum
 
If I had to describe my style it would be largely captured in the title of the post. Most of my clothing is over 10 years old. Much of it has holes somewhere, but it’s comfortable and it is still serving the general purpose of hiding my bumpy bits and keeping me warm when its cold (or from burning on a hot day).

Ms Simple is more glamorous, but she still spends a pittance of what other woman spend. Between us we have virtually no expense for clothes. 1-2 items once a year would be a big shopping year for us. As you get older you realise that there is no point having a $50,000 wardrobe. It’s just compensating for an unmet and unresolved emotional issue.  I would rather impress people with my character and conversation than something superficial like clothes. I have also found that comfortable functional clothes help shield you from unnecessarily conversations with superficial people that are trying to cultivate a relationship (networking) to generate some personal gain. Life is too short to waste with pretend people that seek to make you into their tool or their plaything. It’s also too short for people too afraid to become themself. There are oh so many people stuck on this ride trying to convince everyone that they are really somebody better than they actually are. Actions speak when words beguile.

So dressing a bit dowdy has the major benefit that many superficial day traders are too important to talk to someone poor and clueless like me. And I like that just fine.There are millions of brilliant genuinely caring soles that inspire and motivate me. For them no favour is too great. My door is always open for whatever I give I will receive ten fold.