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There are sites on the net that "go all the way" with how to deal with Greek-God elites and "Haves". Many of the pieces are long, but exhaustively authenticated and annotated. When you open the door to such sites it's like looking into a different dimension. A dimension which confronts us with an out of the box world, and ways to "solve" the vampire elite problem. Check out this site if you wish, paying particular attention to the piece by Benjamin Fulford (a former editor of Forbes) called "Collateral Damage: U. S. Covert Operations and the Terrorist Attacks on September 11, 2001.

http://www.projectcamelot.org/benjamin_fulford.html You can also do a search for Benjamin Fulford and you'll get links to that site.

Remember 9/11? Pretty soon it's going to be against the law to even think about 9/11.

However, this piece really isn't particularly about the site in question (there's many, many more such sites, by the way), but about an observation buried in Fulford's exposition. I'll say it slightly differently and out of context, but the idea is what counts. And the idea is what could be called the "Top-Down Strategy".

Much is happening these days in Latin and South America that's exceedingly hopeful. Just one example is the Bolivian Water War Victory. What happened is that corporation vampires tried to steal the water of that county, and seemed to succeed, even selling polluted water back to the Bolivians. This is happening, by the way, all over the planet, i.e., the corporate theft of water from a "defenseless" country (several places in Africa as we speak).

Well, the Bolivians (and Godspeed to them!) didn't turn out to be so defenseless and basically started a mini revolution that KICKED THE BUMS OUT. And they also spit on the Middle East controlled World Bank in the process.

The critical thing to see here is that they didn't get the elite filth out of their country with meaningless laws (all dictated by the corporations) or meaningless political games or meaningless "compromises", etc. The accomplished their goal with GUNS and POWER

What else? No really, this isn't talky talk, what else could they do? Nothing. Absolutely nothing else would have saved them but power, power, and more power.

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So suddenly the revolution word is working its way into national events. Talky talk bs/politics is the way the elites recycle the status quo. A nauseating example in our own country is a Presidential hologram called Barack Obama. This guy is going to be the most hated person on the planet in the very near future. Liar, liar, pants of fire, Barack Obama.

Of course he's got his first appointment and chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel to back him up. One wonders how many Palestinians old Rahm has managed to secretly massacre in the last few months.

OK, so events are getting more violent and the smell of Revolution is starting to waft around the planet.

Which brings us to the Top-Down Strategy. Actually it's a kind of alternative to revolution, or at least a very, very specialized form of revolution. It seems there's an organization of Orientals who are convinced "the west" is committing systematic genocide in Oriental countries to wean the world's population.

Well, anything is possible, but what counts is the unusual response to this possibility (not implemented yet, but it could happen any moment). The reasoning is basically to cut off the heads of a few power elite snakes. The point is that even though their investments and corporations may be invincible, their bodies aren't and this fact certainly wouldn't be lost on the remaining planet-killing elites.

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Is it a good idea? Is it morally justified? Well, I'm going to totally stay away from that one, but it is certainly exceedingly interesting to contemplate what would happen if, say, a thousand national/internal vampire elites "disappeared" over some weekend and then a thousand more the next weekend.

Two things stand out about this fine tuned strategy. The first is that it would be absolutely cake to do it. Unless, of course, the vampire elites start living in cement bunkers 20 feet under the ground. And the second thing is what WOULD happen?

Would there be a sudden and massive investigation? Undoubtedly something like that would happen, but that might not be the first choice of the surviving vampire elites (including rapacious CEO's, bank presidents, bought and paid for "officials", etc.) who would have suddenly discovered that their paper world of elite manufactured laws, game rules, lawyers, and elections, etc., now mean absolutely nothing.

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