Nice post AA.
I don't know if it's 100% the way you put it, but.... certain facts and history remain. It is debatable how far back some of the conspiracy goes, but that there is present conspiracy in the world is undeniable. Not that such things might not occur if a different grouping of people were to be concentrated in the positions of greatest power, but things are as they are in the present.
But I am also surprised more that GLP lifted the auto-posting spell corrector, and possibly the ban on the words "Jew" and "Jewish".
There was a time when I was a teenager when I was thinking of becoming Jewish. The idea seems crazy to me now. My mothers side of the family that raised me in the US were of Protestant-Catholic-Mormon religions, but when I attended private Lutheran grade school the local synagog would invite class-rooms on field trips to their temple and invites to the already protestant indoctrinated kids to get more involved in Judaism, and the Lutheran school leaders seemed copacetic to the idea.
The local Jewish Mexicans also invite me to become Jewish. I doubt that I would, but these people in particular are such a small marginalized group who live more like Amish, that that hypothetical path would not seem so
contrary to me, compared to the hypothetical path presented to me in the US, but either way, no thanks.
[link to www.jewishencyclopedia.com
] "If my sons did not want wars, there would be none.”
Gutle Schnaper, Mayer Amschel Rothschild's wife speaking on her deathbed in 1849.