This week so far has been eventful, in terms of politics across the world. There is no doubt that there is seismic change across the world and it would also seem certain that only a minority know exactly how it will emerge when all is done.
There were two significant deaths this week of influential figures; Martin McGuinness and David Rockefeller. McGuinness’s death was widely reported and commented on from a number of sources, which brought some comment on here. It is also revealing that there was not much open support or mourning for his passing. In the politics of Ireland and Britain, he remains a divisive figure due to his past as an IRA commander of considerable fearsome reputation.
He swapped terrorism for the respectability of politics and became Deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland, shaking the Queen’s hand – a woman he was complicit in placing on the IRA target list. He was in the very government dealing with the very people he had been targeting and fighting while leading the IRA.
I can’t weep or mourn his passing as he was responsible, directly or indirectly, for the deaths and injuries of many people, decades of torment for the people of Northern Ireland and beyond. I admire certain characteristics he undoubtedly had and hope the people coming after him take a different path, with the peaceful future of Northern Ireland at the heart of it all. The country, the people deserve it and this should be a line in the sand. I take no side other than the one of humanity.
Then there came news of the passing of David Rockefeller at 101 years old. This went reported but not in the same depth as McGuinness or others, merely noting his passing and moving on to the next news item. This man’s life was more significant to every person living on the planet as his business views exceeded those of normal understanding. This was a man who was reported to have said to the Bildeberg group in 1991:
“We are grateful to the Washington Post, The New York Times, Time Magazine and other publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected their promises of discretion for almost forty years. It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subject to the bright lights of publicity during those years. But the world is now more sophisticated and prepared to march toward a world government. . . . The supranational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the national auto-determination practiced in past centuries.”
This is chilling. As the Bildeberg group is an organisation that consists of the the powerful elite of industry and politics, mainly the financial industry, he was predicting and pushing forward the agenda of a shadow government having more global control, with the major mainstream media aware and complicit by not reporting any of the machinations from previous years. If you want to know more about Bildeberg, jut google them and read from a number of sources, make up your own mind.
Like a few other families, such as the Rothschilds, they control banks, financial institutions and political lines that reach throughout the globe. If there is a war or major industry in some part of the world, their reach will fund both warring sides as well as the ‘peacemakers’ involved.
The world is changing and not for the better, as far as we see the picture emerging. These faceless men in the shadows, such as Rockefeller have so much more influence over our lives than any elected politician and yet we know little about their influence.
We want change? Then let’s make it the right one that benefits the citizens of the world, not the 1% who manipulate the rest of us for their own ends.
I shed no tear for either of these men and hope that their deaths allow us all to ask questions about what we do want in the world and be that change.
I think we deserve better.