I saw this segment this morning on CNBC about a show that will air today about the super rich. Anyway, they were showing these missile silos the rich are paying 3 million bucks for a space in, in the event of a disaster. I wondered if these rich Wall Street fucks have given any thought on how they could possibly live together for more then a few days. What would they do if their world was gone tomorrow and there was no one left to screw, or do the work to service them? I bet Rod Serling, if he were around today, could write a few scenarios for TV viewing pleasure. It's the wealthy elite (Dem's and Repub's) that buy politicians and the politicians that are bought by them. I can just see all the globalists scurrying into their underground lairs if there is nuclear war or a bio weapon release.
Of course once they are down there they will turn on each other because that is what psychopaths do.
You think that the machine is so powerful that you can't fight, when the reality is that you're the battery that powers the machine. The hebes don't want the goyim touching their food because they're afraid they'll poison it.


Tricks and treachery are the practice of fools, that don't have brains enough to be honest. Sincerity makes the very least person to be of more value than the most talented hypocrite. It's an exclusive world filled with enormous fortunes, unimaginable extravagance and a cast of #SuperRich characters with one thing in common - a voracious appetite for success and status.
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When I was working in the high end restaurant business they would give us these tin containers that had a thin white cardboard lid with food in them. You see, when you are fucking over someone, you supremely distrust that person because you project onto him the feelings you would harbor if you were on the receiving end of such evil and treachery.
Reported by CNBC's Robert Frank and featuring New York City super broker Dolly Lenz, the series unlocks the mansion gates and gives you rare access to a world inhabited by the wealthiest people on the planet.


Plus, watch celebrity party planner, Colin Cowie, as he races to complete a mega-wedding for a super rich groom and his Playboy playmate wife.
Jews live in fear that one day the goyim will wake up and discover who their true torturers and exploiters are. And, tour a bombproof underground luxury condo where the super rich plan to survive the apocalypse in style. They just wanted us to stick it in the oven for a certain time, and a certain heat, and take it out.
Remember in True Blood when Bill Compton first walked to Queen Sophie Annes house and we glimpsed her lovely mansion?
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