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Submitted by richard (United States), May 4, 2011 at 01:01

Commenting on your phrase "Stormer went after....": Stormer's intention, in "None Dare Call it Treason," had little to do with "going after" anybody. Rather, he wished to show the world that individuals with massive personal wealth were very likely more economically savvy and monetarily authoritative than the rest of us. His point was that these people would be the logical and likely choices for those who would govern a non-militaristic, economically powered One-World System of Government: i.e. Buckminster Fuller's "Global Village type idea." He is trying to show us that these ultra-wealthy persons would no doubt be altruistic and well intentioned; but that's not all: his real point was that with all the best of intentions, the new Global System will be utterly disastrous for humanity, and before that time, it will constitute the economic ruin of the USA - of necessity - because a mighty America blocks these "greater good" plans for World Government. This is what Stormer was trying to convey.

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