But when the tinfoil hat is removed, you can see that a sort of one-world government has already been established in a far more subtle form, through the rise of Goldman Sachs and their colleagues in the Wall Street elite.
A million questions arise when looking at what's happening around the world. But many of these questions can be answered, once it's acknowledged that Goldman Sachs alumni have executed a global coup d'etat.
Why are the working people of Greece, Portugal, Spain, and Italy suffering under austerity and being asked to sacrifice their pensions, their wages, and their jobs when, after five years, it's clear these policies are only making these nations' debts even harder to pay off?
It's because Goldman Sachs is sucking the last remaining wealth out of those nations to recoup whatever failed investments they made before the Crash.
Why have thousands of homeowners in the United States turned to suicide, domestic violence, and even mass murder when faced with home foreclosure, when a simple solution like re-writing mortgages, which FDR did successfully during the Great Depression, could put an end to the bloodshed and misery?
It's because re-writing mortgages would force banks like Goldman Sachs to take a hit. And thanks to the game they've created, they actually make more money when a home they own is foreclosed on.
Why, despite mountains of evidence, have banksters at Goldman Sachs and other Wall Street institutions not been thrown in jail for defrauding customers, manipulating LIBOR interest rates, and throwing thousands of Americans out of their homes illegally in a massive robo-signing scandal?
It's because we have a two-tiered justice system in which those in power, like Goldman Sachs executives, get a slap on the wrist when they steal $50 billion, but people like you and me go to jail for stealing a 7-11 Slurpee.
Now does it make sense why Wall Street was bailed out and Main Street was sold out?
In this post-crash world, where agents of Goldman Sachs have infiltrated key positions of power all around the world, we must all fundamentally re-understand how we view the global economy and just how much effect our democratic institutions have on this economy.
We no longer have an economy geared to benefit working people around the world; we have an economy that's geared to exploit working people for Goldman Sachs' profits. Trader Alessio Rastani told the BBC in September before Goldman's Lucas Papademos was installed as Greece's Prime Minister, "We don't really care about having a fixed economy, having a fixed situation, our job is to make money from it"Personally, I've been dreaming of this moment for three years. I go to bed every night and I dream of another recession." Rastani continued, "When the market crashes" if you know what to do, if you have the right plan set up, you can make a lot of money from this."
And as we've seen over the last decade, Goldman Sachs knows exactly what to do. They've had the right plan set-up, and it's nothing short of a global coup d'etat.
As Rastani bluntly told the BBC, "This is not a time right now for wishful thinking that governments are going to sort things out. The governments don't rule the world, Goldman Sachs rules the world."
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