In the Early Beginning
America has been habituated by Indians for a long time. So in principle its their discovery to start with. But white men came very early in fact. The Norse colonization of the Americas began as early as the 10th century AD, when Vikings explored and settled areas of the North Atlantic, including the northeastern fringes of North America. The Norse colony in Greenland lasted for almost 500 years. But continental North American settlements were small and did not develop into permanent colonies. While voyages, for example to collect timber, are likely to have occurred for some time, and there is also some evidence of enduring Norse settlements on mainland North America. Which Columbus co-explorer also reported about.
The European Settlers
The early European settlers were America’s first immigrants, people who left one country with the intention of settling in another. In America, a more common historical term used to refer to these early immigrants is pioneers, as the first people from other countries to settle in America. But what happened to the spirit that helped build the United States of America? And how it was turned into the infernal “monetary hysteria machine” it is today?
I really admire the pioneer spirit of people who first settled the western reaches of the continental United States. Pioneer life in America has two aspects. It is the story of migration and settlement. It is also an important part of American identity, one of the fundamental images Americans have of themselves, and an important part of the development of the country’s values and customs. This great nation was built by pioneers for pioneers. And you can only image the difficulties they had getting started in this new land. It can be compared that many of us come to a new planet and what all that would include.
And in one sense, the pioneering life was the characteristics of America from the beginning. The country’s original settlers faced the same challenges, risks, and opportunities the pioneers later faced. But there are at least two important differences. America’s original settlers were colonists and, to one degree or another, most came to America seeking refuge from Europe. By contrast, the pioneers wanted away from Kings and Priests and were deeply inspired by the optimism of a new nation. They were taking possession of a continent driven by the desire to own their own land, to make real the American promises of individual liberty and unlimited opportunity. But somewhere along the way this all went wrong.
Listening to Alex Collier he say about the power elite: They have all the technology and everything they need to continue to control and dominate and brainwash. We’re over our heads here, but we’re not alone.
Alex continue: The people – the personages – that rule the planet are not us. They are not human beings. And I will say this with my very last breath: They are not us.
John D. Rockefeller, Cornelius Vanderbilt, Andrew Carnegie, Henry Ford and J.P. Morgan rose from obscurity and in the process built modern America. Their names hang on street signs, are etched into buildings and are a part of the fabric of history. These men “created” the American Dream and were the engine of capitalism as they transformed everything they touched in building the oil, rail, steel, shipping, automobile and finance industries.
Their paths crossed repeatedly as they elected presidents, set economic policies and influenced major events of the 50 most formative years this country has ever known. From the Civil War to the Great Depression and World War I, they led the way to slavery of the ordinary pioneers that once came to America wanted something new. But what they found was slavery, thanks to these figures John D. Rockefeller, Cornelius Vanderbilt, Andrew Carnegie, Henry Ford and J.P. Morgan who pushed the country and its people into their control. All orchestrated behind the scenes.
Welcome to Wall Street. The epicenter of financial power in America, perhaps the money capital of the world. The globally oriented financial firms, based in the New York stock exchange, have extraordinary influence on the politics and policies of this country. No one has elected them, and in fact these financial firms are trying to undo the regulations and new laws governing them, imposed by the congress. The people on Wall Street are just one of a number of un-elected and very powerful forces that operate in the shadows, behind the scenes.
There are the media forces, the military-industrial forces, the corporate forces, and there are the forces that will be investigating this television series, which asks a question that most of the media does not: Who rules America? This documentary provides a comprehensive look at the so-called democratic governing system of the United States of America and reveals the actual powers who are ruling the once great nation of USA.
Personally I believe that it is possible to overthrow these money-vampires who`s in control right now. And the good news is that we (all of us in the western world) can take back control of our life and still be that loving, kind, generous and thoughtful persons, who also happens to be strong, confident, assertive, productive, successful and powerful. And no, we don’t need to compromise any of our beliefs, goals, character or core values to do so. In fact, taking back our power can be the most important step towards living a life of true purpose, alignment with our core values, such as integrity and joy.
And to be able to stop the Illuminati, have in mind that it’s really very simple. Because if we all work together and stand up we can stop the Illuminati and their plan, the New World Order. Let me explain one simple way to prevent the Illuminati from their succession for a one-world government.
If we stand together and people must open their eyes and see whats really going on. The Illuminati, as you may know, control the government. And one of the many reasons they are out maneuvering us, is because us people are cooperating with government commands. Many people fear the government, although, it should be the other way around.
A lot of citizens in the western world tend to push-off problems that they face, and expect these problems to be taken care of without applying hard work and determination to solve them. To enforce a real change. FFS! we are paying them to live in our own land? It’s all our resources to begin with..