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  1. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    Returning to this 3 year old post ... it now seems to me that this 6000+ year old tyranny over humanity by the Phonecians and their descendents by various names is ending, in my lifetime.

    I just...
  2. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    Interesting - good listen - thanks.
  3. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    My sense is that, in a changing world,
    maintaining dominance is a never ending task.

    http://www.thecollegesolution.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/man-pushing-rock-up-hill-ok-to-use-200x200.jpg
  4. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    As suggested by "A Voice from the Mountains", I have moved the next 16 posts on this thread to a new thread: Phantom Time and Chronological Revisionism.

    In that new thread "A Voice from the...
  5. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    The fourth and final paper of Gerry's series is now published: Ancient Spooks: Part IV. In this paper, Gerry finishes up with some commentary on Rome, Carthage, and other related topics, and also...
  6. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    I remember that this is the main thesis of this thread, and it's still a solid theory.

    One thing that makes me doubt that it's this simple is the fact, as documented in Graham Hancock's work, that...
  7. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    While Christopher Langan's comments on Zionism and the Protocols of Zion are well stated, perhaps overly well stated as is his wont, the premise of this present thread Banksters of Babylon, Merchants...
  8. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    I posted an analysis of the different between using gold as money, and using debt based money, on my Bitcoin, the war on cash, Clif High, and the NSA's long range plans thread.

    Summary: the US...
  9. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    I should now give credit for where some portion of my inspiration for this thread came from.

    Miles Mathis has been publishing, over the last couple of weeks, what will become a four part paper, by...
  10. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    In addition to a uniform law for traders (aka the Uniform Commercial Code) that these merchants and bankers would seek to install, they would also, as part of money lending, usury and debt...
  11. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    Well, the origins (off vs on world) and the history (going back thousands, or millions, of years) of the hidden culture(s) that appear to be influencing us ... are matters that I can only guess at.
  12. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    Sometimes, the alligator can't drain the swamp, even if it wants to.

    Even so, sometimes swamps do drain ... say if some larger geological process leads to the land rising and the weather turning...
  13. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    Thus is the sort of analysis and research that I am beginning to suspect is a distraction, a limited hangout, that blends various bits of truth and falsehood, in a rich but controversial and ever...
  14. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    Miles Mathis frequently traces portions of the ancestry of key Zionist/Jewish families in the United States back to Cotton Mather and others involved in the Salem Witchcraft Trials of 1692-93, in...
  15. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    But our (US) Constitution is less explicit about this, specifically granting certain rights in the first ten amendments (the "Bill of Rights") rather than presuming all individual rights are...
  16. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    And the Vikings, Chinese, and Japanese. I don't think there is a common ideology underlying all of these seagoing adventures though, unless it's pure ambition.[/QUOTE]
    I agree - apparently not a...
  17. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    Two things come to mind that might be shifting power away from the merchants and bankers of zion:

    The first thing is what I had in mind when I wrote that comment, in the opening post (OP). Rapid...
  18. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    That could be quite interesting, yes.

    For thousands of years, the least expensive means to move goods long distances was by water.

    Thus the "merchant class" would have developed to a greater...
  19. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    I would guess that Washington being a Freemason meant that he was knowingly and willingly working with "those without a home", the "merchant class".

    Thus would Washington have made sure there was...
  20. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    I think I already have enough rabbit holes to explore to last me over a couple millennia :)[/QUOTE]
    From the above link suggested by Hervé:

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