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    When I read history, I often see a conflict of interest between the state and the merchant.
    The merchant continually rises to such great power that it threatens the states power.
    Then the state takes back the power & and the cycle starts all over again.
    When we on this forum speak of Russia, USA, EU & their desires & influence, I many times think we have missed speaking of a 3rd group that is invisible but wields great power & has an agenda that cares NOT one bit about any of the above mentioned countries but actually has an agenda that is separate from all the other countries in the world.
    I also feel this 3rd party that attempts (successfully) to manipulate world situations is even more incideous than all the self centered ....
    I think there is more at play here than what we talk about.

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    Re: Who is doing what

    Armenian Studies Program and Department of Near Eastern Studies
    University of Michigan

    1080 S. University Ave., St. 3633
    Ann Arbor, MI 48103-1106
    Contact: Zana Kwaiser
    Tel: 734-763-0622
    fax: 734-763-4765
    Email: [email protected]

    Event Announcement
    ANN ARBOR, MICH., February 26, 2014-

    Armenian Studies Program presents
    Berj H. Haidostian Annual Distinguished LectureProf. Marie-Aude Baronian
    to speak on visual representations within the Armenian diaspora

    EVENT DATE: Wednesday, March 12, 2014, 7:00 pm

    The University of Michigan's Armenian Studies Program is pleased to
    announce that Marie-Aude Baronian will deliver the 2014 Berj H. Haidostian
    Annual Distinguished Lecture, titled "Missing Images: Textures of Memory in
    Diaspora." Baronian is the 2014 Manoogian Visiting Professor at the
    University of Michigan and an associate professor in film and visual
    culture at the University of Amsterdam. Her research focuses on various
    topics such as visual culture in the Armenian diaspora, ethics and
    aesthetics, archive, memory, and French thought. Her most recent books
    are Mémoire
    et Image. Regards sur la Catastrophe arménienne (2013) and Cinéma et
    Mémoire. Sur Atom Egoyan (2013). In the lecture, she will consider the
    relationship between images--particularly film--and memory in the context of
    the Armenian diaspora and the 1915 genocide.

    The Haidostian Annual Distinguished lectureship was established by the
    family of the late Dr. Berj Haidostian, a prominent and devoted physician
    in Michigan. The Haidostian family has a long and continuing relationship
    with the University of Michigan and the Armenian Studies Program. Every
    year, together with the Armenian Studies Program faculty they select a
    speaker from among internationally recognized experts on Armenia and
    Armenians. Recent Haidostian Distinguished Lecturers have included renowned
    playwright, novelist, and actor Eric Bogosian; famous director Atom Egoyan;
    Dr. Gerard Chaliand of Paris; Dr. Fiona Hill of the Brookings Institution;
    Mr. Thomas de Waal of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; and
    Dr. Vartan Gregorian of the Carnegie Foundation.

    The lecture is open to the public and will be followed by a question and
    answer period, and will also be video recorded and posted on our website at <>.

    LOCATION: Helmut Stern Auditorium, University of Michigan Museum of Art,
    525 S. State St., Ann Arbor, MI 48109

    SPONSORS: Armenian Studies Program, Department of Screen Arts & Cultures,
    Program in International & Comparative Studies

    WEB LINK: <>

    The University of Michigan's Armenian Studies Program promotes the study
    of Armenian history, culture, and society. A member of the University of
    Michigan International Institute, the program organizes educational
    opportunities for students, faculty, and the community. For more
    information, contact the Armenian Studies Program at 734-763-0622 or visit <>.
    Hayastan or Bust.


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      Re: Who is doing what

      Former general of USA army as well as former CIA director David petraeus is now yea d of kkr global institute (an investment co.)
      Petraeus will be attending the bilderburg conference.
      If you look at the previous 40 years and who heads the USA agriculture dept, you will see a revolving door going from mega agriculture companies to top dog at USA agriculture dept.
      The petraeus move like the agriculture moves are part and parcel with the laughable democracy now being presented to the public.


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        Re: Who is doing what

        It starts from gangsters, cartels, mob bosses, the white house, special interest groups, AIPAC, the President to Zionists, free masons, and powers to be.....its one system

        One world order? maybe
        Jerusalem temple? maybe

        One thing for sure....almost none of them are religious and power and control is the objective.
        In US the 2A is their target.
        B0zkurt Hunter


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          Re: Who is doing what

          Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
          It starts from gangsters, cartels, mob bosses, the white house, special interest groups, AIPAC, the President to Zionists, free masons, and powers to be.....its one system

          One world order? maybe
          Jerusalem temple? maybe

          One thing for sure....almost none of them are religious and power and control is the objective.
          In US the 2A is their target.
          If the individual or collective does not put the machanations of this group into the equation, then we are not going to advance or solve the problems confronting us.
          If we endeavor to have a more just and equitable conduct while letting criminals go about their activities unfettered, then we shall not attain rightness.
          To think the billionairs of the world are concerned for the oppressed is ludicrous.
          To think this group and their ilk does not weld tremendous manipulative power is again, ludicrous .
          Gangsters is an appropriate term.