Investor Beware!

How to sort out all those investment scams: spiritually who really controls the New World Order?

From that simple question we have to ask whether its the Jesuits disguised as Catholics, Zionists disguised as Jews, Mormons, a secret society of temporal Satanists, Muslims, Hindus?

Where does the real power reside and, if it is in the Council on Foreign Relations, who controls it? Same question can be asked about the Bank of International Settlements (the Banker’s Bank).

So we’ve created a table identifying the biggest potential investment scams, listed in order of significance. The table will reflect the overall consensus of the site based on comments, feedback, references and evidence provided by investors. The emphasis in the table is on the quality of the scam as opposed to the quantity of investors potentially being scalped. We are welcome to adding new scams that we can alert investors to. They will be added and given a ranking according to the criteria chosen on this site (criteria themselves will likely evolve over time which will also impact on rankings). Over time this system should provide the “best fit” scam as it is expected that it is unlikely that all of the inner workings and every detail of a scam will ever be completely known to all (given that their entire existence depends on a degree of secrecy). The question to consider is who has the underlying influence capable of perpetrating their scam?:

(This is currently a draft list to set out the schema in the broadest possible terms. Many refinements and additions will be made over time)

Sabbateans:
Pros – Worldwide network established. Financial resources available. Human resources available. Capable philosophy. Historical record.
Cons – Heavy reliance on deemed “influence” (e.g. over Masons). Incomplete explanation for all historical events
Score – 7/10
Overall – a potentially big scam

Jesuits:
Pros – Worldwide network established. Financial resources available. Human resources available. Capable philosophy (4th vow). Historical record. Evidence of Zionist support (see links). International intelligence network.
Cons – Heavy reliance on deemed “influence” (e.g. over Masons). Incomplete explanation for all historical events (e.g. JFK)
Score – 7/10
Overall – a potentially big scam.

Zionists:
Pros – Worldwide network established. Financial resources available. Human resources available. Capable philosophy (Protocols of Zion). Historical record. Clear link with the organs of mass manipulation (Hollywood) and mass media in general.
Cons – Heavy reliance on deemed “influence” (e.g. over Masons). Incomplete explanation for all historical events.
Score – 7/10
Overall – a potentially big scam.

Sadducees:
Pros – Family based perspective has potential to provide new insight. Worldwide network established. Resources available. Capable philosophy (Cybele worship). Historical evidence (in this case a lack of a record is potentially telling; why did the Sadducees disappear from history?).
Cons – Heavy reliance on deemed “influence” (e.g. over Masons). Incomplete explanation for all historical events.
Score – 6/10
Overall – a potentially big scam.

“Runaway truckers” (a catch all term for theories relying on the idea that there is no “plan” or “conspiracy” but that history is simply a haphazard collection of accidental and inexplicable occurrences that can only be observed retrospectively (by reviewing the “tire tracks”) but provide no insight into what may happen next):
Pros – Historical record can be read in this way. Emotionally appealing. Effortless. No need to explain any gaps in theory. No need for any kind of logical consistency or contextual understanding of history.
Cons – Incomplete explanation for all historical events (e.g. Hiroshima bombed 3 months after unconditional surrender already offered, Titanic a series of unfortunate accidents and coincidences with no relevant historical context)
Score – 2/10
Overall – a poor and unsubstantiated, but very popular scam.

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