This is how the elitists do it …
… as described in John Perkin’s book …
@Amazon.com: Confessions of an Economic Hit Man
@Amazon.de: Bekenntnisse eines Economic Hit Man: Unterwegs im Dienst der Wirtschaftsmafia
They send an economic hitman which offers new leaders of foreign countries $200 million (… or more if deemed necessary; It’s probably much more today, because of inflation.) for their ‘cooperation’.
If they refuse to ‘cooperate’ here come the jackals.
- The Extended Confessions Of Economic Hit Man John Perkins (Video)
So Glenn Greenwald may well have had to choose been $250 million or death.
Understandably he took the money.
He unlike some South American leaders that did resist the U.S. (… and died!!!) has not even a security apparatus behind him that could possibly protect him from the NSA & the CIA.
- Greenwald’s big mysterious PayPal payday (Brasscheck TV):
I guess alternative journalism does pay
NSA crusader may have something to hide
The speakers here are Sibel Edmonds, Guillermo Jimenez, and James Corbett
Why has one of the chief shareholders of PayPal – a company known to cooperate with the NSA – given Glenn Greenwald and friends $250 million – yes one quarter of a billion dollars – to start a new news agency?
With all due respect to Greenwald, why is he so sensitive about the matter and unwilling to discuss the rather obvious conflict of interest openly?
There’s nothing wrong with making money. Nothing wrong with making a lot of money. But this is a little weird to say the least.
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