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  • outsidetoinside outsidetoinside Jan 27, 2013 6:47 PM Flag

    Why aren't the G20 meetings open to the public? Why aren't the meetings in Basel Swizerland open to the public?

    Why all the secrecy? Let's just have an open world where we all lay our cards on the table. Why do we need spies and drones and intercontinental missiles and submarines and covert operations. Why don't all the countries' peoples just stay in their own country? Gosh, I guess that would be a lot cheaper on everybody wouldn't it?

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    • Slaves are not privy to such information, you do as you are told. You always have, you always will. You give them no cause to worry, you are a boiling frog. You have no balls. You will die when they want you to. Land of the free and home of the brave.....LMFAO.

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      • "Slaves are not privy to such information,"? Please, we "slaves" know a lot more than you think we do about you. Why do you think the financial industry has had to lay off a million or so people around the world? Becasue so many traders are wise to the manipulation in the markets and don't play your game anymore. Just not enough suckers around anymore.

    • The think tank sessions of the elitests and the puppets they buy are not as smart as they think. The awakening of the masses has begun and will hopefully continue to ensue. It had better. The pumping of wrothLESS paper around the globe to also CONtinue until the collapse of the ponzi fiat system and the price fraud markets they support We will have a little currency war to start things off, its now becoming a race a to the bottom. Going to be an interesting and defining point in history.

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