Richard Stanley

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The following is an Abby Martin interview with Professor Peter Phillips about his book Giants, The Global Power Elite, which discusses the cabal of global corporate and individual financial giants, not literal 'giants'.

However, it is interesting to note that the Hebrew word nefilim really means powerful men, and not literal giants, according to Rabbi Tovia Singer at least. However, maybe it means both things, as there were plenty of 19th and early 20th century skeletal finds of 8 foot tall and greater humanoids, in both the Old and New World.

 

Seeker

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So if I understand Professor Phillips correctly, there is no "Numero Uno", the richest person in the world is just a big tree in the forest.
 

Richard Stanley

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We have to allow that he is not a reader of Postflaviana. :(

I think that there is a bit more backstage than these corporations and individuals, e.g. such as who sponsors the Bilderbergers.
 

Seeker

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Yes, Professor Phillips is all "business", not mentioning the Roman Catholic Prince Hans-Adam II of Liechtenstein, great-grandnephew of Habsburg Emperor Franz Joseph, billionaire, wealthiest monarch in Europe, one of the richest heads of state in the world, and owner of LGT banking group, the largest family-owned private banking and asset managing group in the world (didn't the Rothschilds start out that way?). Obviously at least one dynasty descended from the Roman Emperors learned something about combining pedigree and progress after WW 2, with Prince Hans-Adam II (born the year that war ended) becoming, literally (pun intended), "The Man in the High Castle" (Vaduz Castle, below). Reported to be a Bilderberger and a Knight of Malta (also of the Order of the Golden Fleece), supporter of UFO research, future monarch of the world, with him as the "Adam" of that new kingdom on earth?, see:

Prince Hans-Adam II: "If you look at human history world-wide you see that through-out human history usually monarchies dominated as the form of government and not republics... a monarchy usually offers more political stability over longer periods of time and that the monarch has the tendency to think in generations and not about winning the next elections... the combination which we have here in Liechtenstein with a strong monarch, a direct democracy which goes further even than in Switzerland... could be a model for future monarchies.

For a little bit less than a hundred years we have lived now in a republican age, which is not very long if you look at human history, and I think sooner or later monarchies will come back."

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