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First hour: Sociology professor and former Project Censored director Peter Phillips discusses his new book Giants: The Global Power Elite, which names “the top 389 most powerful players in world capitalism” and explains how their power base works. Interlocking asset management companies (JPMorgan Chase, Vanguard, B of A, Blackrock, etc.), incestuous ultra-elite policy planning centers (G30, Atlantic Council, Trilateral Commission, CFR, Bilderberg, Davos), military-industrial-intelligence cartels (Lockheed Martin, Northrup Grumman, Boeing, Blackwater/XE/Academi, G4S), mind control and propaganda outfits (WPP and its CIA cover firm subsidary Hill & Knowlton) and their media stooges (Comcast, Disney, Time Warner, 21st Century Fox, Bertelsmann, Viacom/CBS)…these are just some of the tiny handful of extremely rich people who rule the world through lies and violence.
Second hour: Cat Mcguire discusses her visit to the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art to check out its “conspiracy theories” exhibition. Why did the Met divide the exhibit into two parts: relatively innocuous conspiracy theories about the past that turned out to be true, versus present day “crazy extremist rabbit hole” theories that are self-evidently false and ridiculous…without even mentioning the elephant in the room: 9/11 and its follow-up false flags driving the war on Islam?
Toward the end of the show we discuss the odd fact that the Met did not include any “anti-Semitic conspiracy theories” in the exhibit.
One Thought to “Peter Phillips exposes global power elite, Cat McGuire on The Met’s “conspiracy” exhibit”
Kevin expertly lays bare the holes in Peter Phillips’ liberal-left book.
1) Giants supposedly exposes the people ruling the world. Yeah, right. All it does is name the 389 highest level functionaries who are working for the oligarchs who actually own and rule the world. Its the full roster of *oligarchs* whose names need to be named! Not the minions who merely determine the policies to ensure the enrichment and perpetuation of global finance capital.
2) The central banks’ fiat interest and usury system are the world’s single biggest problem. As long as the elites get to print money out of thin air and collect interest on it, we’ll never ever be out of this ponzi scheme. And heaven forbid the ethnicity of the global bankster cartel/cabal be exposed. Maybe that’s why the conversation about central banks never ever surfaces, including glaringly in Philips’ book.
3) An adherence to the universal human rights declaration is pie in the sky. Not a person on the planet would disagree with the principles, but given the power of the oligarchs and their realpolitik agenda, the universal rights of man as a guiding light for global accountability are a useless do-gooder distraction.
Bravo, Kevin, for raising these key points. As Phillips punted with obfuscating answers, I was wanting you to hammer him harder, but it’s good your diplomatic finesse ruled out. We can’t alienate people we’re trying to get “woke.”
You don’t know what you don’t know, which it would have to be if you think your book is delivering key, important info and analysis and yet fails to address the 3 deal breaker items above.