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When it’s time to head down that deep, dark rabbit hole of trying to understand wealth, power, and global politics, you’re more than likely going to end up talking about globalists.

They are the big bad boogeyman of Alex Jones, who, by the way, makes one heck of a boogeyman himself at times.

Globalists are the guys behind the guys behind the powers that be.  The simple explanation is that these are the folks who own entire industries’ worth of natural resources, patents, or companies, and they want to consolidate power as much as possible.

Why?  Because it’s cheaper to pay off one corrupt King than it is to pay off two corrupt kings.  And so on and so forth.

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So, men like George Soros, an avowed globalist billionaire, use their vast resources and wealth in order to influence the world at large, from the top down.  They care very, very little what the people want, only what they themselves want.  This means that their greasy illegitimate wealth trickles only as far as the political ruling class, and almost never down to the worker bees.

So, when given the opportunity to stick it to men like George Soros, I say that we should go forth with the gusto of a hundred sailors on shore leave near a community college.

For starters, let’s not bet on his horse to win tomorrow’s big race.

George Soros, the Hungarian-born billionaire who aggressively pushes the left’s political agenda in the United States, also has a financial tie to Justify, the chestnut colt favored to win the coveted Triple Crown in Saturday’s Belmont Stakes.

Soros is not only betting on Justify’s finish this weekend, however. The investor is hoping for a long-term win based on breeding rights.

WinStar Farm owns 60 percent of Justify’s breeding rights and China Horse Club 25 owns percent. Though, it’s the third group, “a secretive entity that holds the remaining 15 percent” that has avoided the spotlight.  Soros Fund Management owns SF Bloodstock and SF Racing Group, an international breeding and racing entity launched in 2008, according to the New York Times.

Sure, this may seem petty, but to George Soros, anything that we do is going to be petty.  We might as well give him all the stink we can muster before he finally gets ousted by the worldwide rise in the populist agenda.



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