The Economist's Shocking Admission

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by Tony Cartalucci

The globalist connections and influence the weekly published "Economist" attempts to wield is no news to readers of Land Destroyer. The Chatham House corporate member is seen often writing hit pieces in regards to Thailand, in support for the attempted red color revolution led by globalist stooge Thaksin Shinwatra.

According to the Economist's latest article, "The World's Water-Coolers, Where the influential people meet and talk" not only do the world's "globocrats" meet and work out world policy, but the Economist's editor attends such meetings as well, including the secretive and long denied Bilderberg Group's annual gathering.

Organizations that conduct regular plutocratic confabs include, according to the Economist, the Bilderberg Group, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and the World Economic Forum.

The Economist argues that business leaders, politicians, and royalty meeting in foreign countries in secret is perfectly normal and sometimes "yields results." The Economist then goes on to lament that despite all their power they can be "caught napping," as seen in the 2008 economic collapse. Never brought up by the Economist is the obvious conflict that arises between secret plutocratic meetings and the functioning of the "democratic and free societies" many of them are leaders of. writer Steve Watson gives a complete break down of the article here.

The next time you are tempted to base a business or investment decision on information garnered from the pages of the Economist, remember the elite privilege the editor of the Economist enjoys by attending these exclusive "globocrat" meetings and ask yourself if you think he would honestly put journalistic integrity before doing a few favors for such people.