Kudos to you for writing this piece. It is indeed true that to write about such subject matter requires great tact... Not only because certain powerful interests like to accuse their critics of anti-semitism, but also because we dont want to fuel the very real anti-semitism of those who want to blame everything on the Jews, as if Jewish people were a monolithic group run like a corporation.

I feel like Iain Davis skated this line nicely in his piece The NWO is Not an Anti-Semitic Trope (https://iaindavis.com/pdfs/JB-NWO.pdf?x38956), in which he writes:

The NWO Is Not an Antisemitic Trope

The "new world order" is a phrase that gets flung around by all sorts of people for a variety of reasons. It is occasionally expressed in distinctly antisemitic terms. Some people believe that the NWO is evidence of a "Jewish plot to enslave humanity." Very few people, who have researched and studied the NWO, share this view. It is not supported by the evidence.

Nonetheless, the false allegations of antisemitism provides a very useful canard which "debunkers" consistently throw at anyone who mentions the NWO.

As the historian Prof. Antony C. Sutton pointed out in his exploration of Wall Street and The Bolshevik Revolution: The persistence with which the Jewish-conspiracy myth has been pushed suggests that it may well be a deliberate device to divert attention from the real issues and the real causes. [. . .] What better way to divert attention from the real operators than by the medieval bogeyman of anti-Semitism?

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Well done! Very good job and hats off.

While I am in full agreement with you regarding these people, what about the ones BEHIND them, the ones we don't even know the names of, the ones who call themselves The Black Nobility, the ones who really control the entire planet?

Can we simply change our monetary system to elbow them out? Sort of pull the carpet, ignore them, carry on without them? There must be a way to simply turn off their bank accounts, as it were. It's their MONEY that's the problem, right? If they can't spend it anymore, will they not shrivel up?

Asking the question, not expecting a real, full-fledged answer... yet. ^_^

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