> I've been to the site just now and read the first of the two anthroposophy
> and conspiracy articles! Excellent! Thank you. I recommend this to all. I
> will comment more when i have finished reading/living with the whole
I've read many of the articles at this and similar sites. They all do the
same thing: "Oh there's so much information out there," they say, "that
we're not going to repeat it here." Then they repeat all the conspiracy
allegations without substantiation.
WHERE IS THE SUBSTANTIATION?
I have had substantial contact with some of the groups that Boardman tars,
and I find his allegations just as crazy as he implies other conspiracy
theories are. He needs to document his allegations, and he does not. Period.
Unless this conspiracy is taking place at a cosmic level of which many of
the key players are unaware, Boardman's linking of people like Gates to his
group is part of the more ridiculous aspect of his theory. Consider that
fact that in the 1980s and 90s we had people making money on a scale
unprecedented in the history of the world. Adjusted for inflation, Gates and
his contemporaries have surpassed all the Robber Barons of exactly one
hundred years earlier. And this group has completely swept aside the old
establishment, which they consider irrelevant. They couldn't care less about
people like the members of Rockefeller's foreign affairs group. They form
their own alliances with the new rich like Barry Diller, David Geffen,
Rupert Murdoch, Steven Jobs, John Doerr, Jim Clark and all the others who
live in a world completely separate from the the Rockefellers et al.