|Errol Flynn in Robin Hood|
Like the story of Robin Hood, the archer who lived with his merry band of men in the forest, the story of the world economic collapse will not be complete until the equivalent of Richard the Lion-Hearted comes back from the Crusades and rules much better, more justly, and kinder than the tyrant before him. This is a fallacy, however, meant to confuse, provide false hope, and distract people from what they should be doing to remove all false authority from guiding people to their own demise through eugenic pogroms.
Benjamin Fulford, the self-proclaimed spokesman of the White Dragon Society, claims that 57 countries met in Monaco (The Meeting of the 57, the Monaco Colloquium), and decided the fate of the economic world. They excluded some leaders; the bad seeds. Fulford's point is for people to relax because the "good elites" have taken the helm and will rule everyone the proper way. As the doorman of the Monaco Colloquium allegedly told Sen. Jay Rockefeller at the entrance, "The Old World Order is out and a New World Order is about to begin." Fulford must think everybody needs a patriarch, a Big Brother, dictating their affairs and telling them what the price of rare metals should be.
We don't need any more leaders.