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I just realized if a US army soldier was seen strangling a cat in Equador the US would be up in arms...

But try to squash a whole nation and a government because a sink hole might have gold in it and that's ok.

True or false?
Madhatter · 26-30, M
False. Gold is only artificially rare. We have a huge stockpile of the stuff and outside of being a good conductor, it's practically useless. Would be a complete waste of actually valuable resources to pursue gold in Ecuador. Stupid waste of effort and resources for worthless shiny rocks. But yeah, also the government and nation and whatnot.
Paliglass · 41-45, F
@Madhatter I meant who are the wealthy who also have power. The Rothschilds and who else?

I'll look into it. I seem to now be obsessed because of Equador.
Madhatter · 26-30, M
@Paliglass The folks who own the big oil companies are probably way up there.
Paliglass · 41-45, F
@Madhatter Vanderbilts, Loews, Koch, these are the ones that seem most wealthy and influential by a very quick glance.

The Kennedy's still hold offices but that says they are puppets to me.

Ford, maybe and definitely like I said the Rothschild family.

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