Friday, January 6, 2012

I Don't Fear the 1%. I Fear the .0001%

The world economy is based upon greed. Individual versus individual. Nation versus nation. As an author, I research. And since I write international and political thrillers, I research subjects dealing with power bases. What I find is scary. I'm not afraid of most of the 1% the protesters go after. They are greedy, short-term thinkers. I'm not afraid of those who called themselves the 99%. They are a mix of the genuinely frustrated, the lazy, and the misinformed. I'm deathly afraid of the .0001%.

Who are the .0001%? Few people know. They are not celebrity world leaders. They are not in the spotlight. The media doesn't know who they are. They manipulate the greedy, pit nations against each other, and one day will control the world.

What are their beliefs? I don't know, and that is worrisome in itself.

What to they need to establish control? They need enough money to bring the world to bankruptcy. They already have most of the gold and are close to securing the rest. They need control of the world's military forces, and I believe they're manipulating world governments toward that goal. And finally, they need a cause for people to willingly rally to them. This cause can be manufactured, since the vast majority of the world's population has no ability to verify the facts on any issue. They are close to achieving their goals.

Can I prove any of this? No. But I ask you a question. Haven't you suspected the same thing? We sense this is happening, but we can't prove it. AND THAT'S FRIGHTENING.


Abigail-Madison Chase said...

great post

John Biggs said...

Sounds like we need a secret agent willing to fix all this.

Sandy said...

I agree with you, Bill.

druidgirl said...

What a great book. This is going on my TBR list.