This is a brief collection of quotes from significant historical individuals. Some are contemporary and some are hundreds of years old. Of course there's always the context and this is certainly a very small sample, but what they all have in common is the claim (typically based on a lifetime of experience & research) is that democracy is social trash for the elites.
Call it the Council for Foreign Relations (CFR), call it "what's really going on behind the scenes", or call it what you wish, but the deadly truth of all these quotes (to use contemporary words) is that the vampire elites are in absolute control of EVERYTHING. Relative to their limitless power, all politics and elections are like smashed bugs on a windshield.
Does this mean everything is hopeless? Well . . . it probably meant that before our "electronic saint" the internet. But the internet has given the human race power beyond imagining, since the vampire elites need the darkness of secrecy to do their filth, but the internet is like a KNOWLEDGE SUN that just keeps getting the human race more and more connected, and when we get connected ENOUGH (which is inevitable), then our colossally focused and financed efforts to claim our God given and Constitutionally give birthrights will lead to the most radical paradigm shift in the human condition for the last 6,000 years.
Here's the quotes:
(1.) "If the American people knew what we have done, they would string us up from the lamp posts." George H. W. Bush (Daddy Bush) 2/07/06
(2.) "The prime purpose of the Vietnam War was for depopulation through the use of defoliants such as Agent Orange to cause crop failure and starvation in the population." Loran Moret, president of Scientists for Indigenous People.
(3.) "My book instead proved that HIV -- wherever it came from -- was a harmless retrovirus that was being used as a cover story to explain/conceal an emerging depopulation operation in the Third World. HIV was also a cover for other agendas outside the Third World. As long as AIDS is the target of WHO/UN 'humanitarian' efforts, the actual causes -- which are easily reversible -- of death in Africa, Asia, and Latin America are allowed to remain and fester and expand." Jon Rappoport, internationally known investigative reporter of science and author of 'AIDS Inc, Scandal of the Century', 1988.
(4.) "The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed -- and hence clamorous to be to led to safety -- by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary." H. L. Mencken