You know there’s too much money concentrated in too few hands when a bunch of people hyped on their own self importance due to their cash stash start doing this:
Nervous financiers from across the globe have begun purchasing landing strips, homes and land in areas such as New Zealand so they can flee should people rise up.
Why are they buying such “bolt holes” complete with their own personal airports?
So these people have a French aristocracy complex? Â They think “the little people” will actually come after them when the cash behind the recent unrest has been traced to none other than George Soros who is one of them. Â (Maybe he is trying to get rid of the competition.)
What, have they watched the Bastille stormed in one too many movies?
Robert Johnson, president of the Institute of New Economic Thinking, told people at the World Economic Forum in Davos that many hedge fund managers were already planning their escapes.
He said: â€œI know hedge fund managers all over the world who are buying airstrips and farms in places like New Zealand because they think they need a getaway.”
Hey go for it. Â More power to you. Â At this point, if we – the little people – didn’t take advantage of all of you being together at Davos trying to figure out how to convince us that humans are actually causing climate change, mostly likely, no one cares.
Psst: No one cares. Â Really.
Quotes from the UK Mirror