This is an excellent question. Loren (who has now been officially named) has long made the allegation that we are shills here. This allegation has now been seconded by Giles Gaffney. According to Jan Irvin, Joe Atwill is the head of our "cell" and is also a shill, and we are his minions.Why would the previously unnamed entity want (us) to fry the whole world?
Now, the fact is that we have clearly stated and diagnosed here that part of the elite agenda seems to be population reduction. We have furthermore acknowledged that there is a risk of nuclear annihilation and incineration of the entire planet should the elite agenda go awry.
So this does indeed raise questions of what our motivation could possibly be, if we have gone over to the dark side and are on their payroll. What could the elite possibly offer us, that would persuade us to help them in their evil schemes? Thirty pieces of silver hardly seems adequate compensation, but I can't think of anything that would be.
Excellent point. Nobody wants to own the whole world if it's nothing but a fried oyster. No sane world leader today wants a nuclear world war.I know that red-headed Alexander the Great (and his elite Hellenistic Jewish friends) wanted to have the whole world, but as his fried oyster?
But there are legitimate questions about whether Trump might be insane and/or stupid enough not to understand likely consequences of his actions.
Also, we have arrived at a moment in history when the elite don't need nearly as many slaves as they used to, not to mention the abundance of unemployed would-be slaves world wide. Robotic technology is advancing rapidly. There is a very reasonable concern that the elite could be planning a precipitous population crash. Indeed, such an event may be beyond anyone's ability to prevent.
Aside from Fomenko, several other authors are suspicious about the chronology of the 8th thru 10th centuries. If indeed there is a "phantom dark age" extending across 300 years, as these authors boldly proclaim, then there is universal agreement that there must have been a gigantic conspiracy involved at some point. (It's possible that various calendar confusions might have set the stage for the caper.)Numismatists attempt to give some sort of explanation to this mysterious "medieval gap" in coinage history. It is suggested that "gold coinage had been ceased by an order issued by Pepin" [8th century CE]. The council at Reims [1148 CE] allegedly forbade the use of the golden solidi of imperial Rome, and the type of coinage used allegedly "became barbaric" in the VIII century (, page 151).
Indeed, it is alleged that the emperor Otto III wanted to portray himself as the ruler over great millennial pageantries. Alas, the calendar said it was 300 years too early, so he needed to take charge of the situation and rewrite the course of then-recent history to fit his propaganda needs.
Islamic rulers allegedly cooperated because it helped them cover up their invention of Muhammed.