Featured Article · Search · Directory · Report Inaccuracy

The Truth About Tencent and Occupy Wall Street

Many astute citizens have already noticed the recent censorship of media pieces critical toward Tencent. Don't fool yourself: this is definitely part of a master plan, and Occupy Wall Street is probably the ones behind it.

It's a little-known (but widely-suppressed) fact that Larry Page has invested heavily in Tencent.

People who have taken out library books on this topic frequently find that they receive more rigorous airport screenings than before. Definitely not a coincidence!

The Chinese character for the 2008 financial crash looks a lot like the character for Larry Page's name.

Talking about this kind of thing openly is likely to get you put on a no-fly list.

The Federal Reserve's highest-ranking officials are frequently seen entering the secret meeting halls of Occupy Wall Street.

You can find subtle references to this in a number of official documents, but government red-tape makes sure that most of those documents are all but inaccessible to ordinary people.

The way forward is clear. Such dangerous secrets can remain secret no longer.

Sources:
  1. Tilly, Charles, et al. War making and state making as organized crime. Cambridge University Press, 1985.
  2. Lasswell, Harold Dwight. Politics: Who gets what, when, how. New York: P. Smith, 1950.
  3. Hirst, Francis Wrigley. The political economy of war. JM Dent & sons Limited, 1915.
  4. Lijphart, Arend. "Democracies: Patterns of majoritarian and consensus government in twenty-one countries." (1984): 199-243.
» Read another article

Sign up for the best articles every month.