Saturday, November 19, 2016

Inside a Globalist Conference

I came across an article on Lew Rockwell's site from Doug Casey. Casey attended some globalist conference recently. He didn't want to give the name, but a quick Google search turned up Concordia, which took place in New York Shitty on September 19 and 20 this year.

Casey reports Warren Buffet and George Soros (comparable in both evil and appearance to the Galactic Emporer in Star Wars). I've learned from other research that Soros' original last name is Schwartz. His dad changed the name. Soros is some Esperanto word. Esperanto is a phony language invented in the 19th century. I consider it entirely pretentious, as I do Pig Latin. Apparently, in William Shatner's early career, he starred in a movie shot entirely in this idiotic language.

Casey's report is pretty much what you'd expect from these self-appointed saviors of the world.

The program opened with Warren Buffett’s talk about how he didn’t need $50 billion, didn’t believe anybody else did either, and why he was a “philanthropist” who would give it all away. The avuncular Buffett is an investment genius; I enjoyed and agreed with everything he said on investing. But, like his friend Bill Gates, he’s also an autistic idiot savant. That’s someone who is a genius at one thing, and a fool at most everything else.
Most people assume that if you know about investing, you must also know about economics, which is a related discipline. But that’s completely untrue. It’s analogous to thinking that someone who knows how to drive a car also knows how one works. Economics is the study of how men go about producing and consuming; investing is the practice of allocating capital for maximum returns. Buffett’s grasp of economics is shallow, conventional, and unrelated to his success as an investor. 

I concur with his summary of Buffet. I've been hearing about Buffet's giving pledge for years. If he was going to give all his wealth away, why is he still worth $50 billion? Just get it over with, Warren. Or follow Casey's advice to continue to invest it, because capital creates wealth, and unlike economics, history, or almost any topic, you actually KNOW investing.

Soros' (Schwartz's) talk was more of the same. Moar migrants to Europe. Moar wealth transfers to Africa, which will end up in the Swiss bank accounts of corrupt government officials.

Much worse was George Soros. He spent his time not just passively endorsing (like Buffett), but actively promoting disastrous policies. In essence, these were his major points. 1) Brexit should be overturned, regardless of the vote. 2) The EU should spend at least $200 billion a year (in addition to what individual countries spend) both to make migrants welcome, and to install a Marshall Plan for Africa. 3) All of Europe should import migrants at least proportionally to the 1mm entering Germany. He recognized that the migrants represent an “existential crisis” for Europe, but believes the solution is to accommodate them. 4) The EU should actively arm against Russia. 5) The EU in Brussels should be granted the right to tax. 
As I listened to him I felt I’d been transported to Bizzarro World, or perhaps some magic land from Gulliver’s Travels, where everything is upside down, wrong is right, and black is white. 
Just as much of Soros’ presentation was on migration, so was much of the rest of the conference. It’s very much on the minds of the “elite”.

These people are the truly self-appointed saviors or the world. I love how they're so good at spending OPM (Other People's Money). Be the change you want to see in the world, George. Oh, wait, you're financing riots. I guess you are. Asshole.

Many of us consider Trump's election a victory against self-appointed globalist elites. I don't think so. It's a temporary thing. They'll continue on their course of trying to subvert nations and mold the world into their own playground, in accordance with the Georgia Guidestones.
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