Billionaire backer of Ron Paul, Peter Thiel, has been linked to the Bilderberg Group, the Seasteading Institute — the brainchild of Milton Friedman’s grandson — and various and sundry other (questionable?) pet projects, organizations and causes. He’s sort of like the Bill Gates for the Christian, LGBT, petit-bourgeois, and/or nouveau riche libertarian set/circle. The man is, in fact, on the steering committee of the elite, and infamously shadowy Bilderger top .01% organization.

Thiel is, additionally, a proponent of unregulated technology. Thiel has even, defamed himself (at least in my opinion) and stated, “I used to think that it was really important to directly change the political system, to convince people of things. I still think it’s intellectually very important. [Although] it’s really an inefficient way of doing things.” And Thiel continued on further — in this line of thinking — and stating, “One of the things I like about technology is that when technology’s unregulated you can change the world without getting approval from other people. At its best, it’s not subject to democratic control, and not subject to the majority.”

I bet Thiel is a man who’s probably quite the fan of those technocrats — currently doing a number on the Grecian people. And I bet this is also a man who’s really enamored by something, like the advent of unregulated (at least in the US) genetically modified food technology. I recently listened to an interview with MIT graduate, green builder and engineer Mat Stein — a man who doesn’t ordinarily “do” conspiracy theories — where he stated that, “If you’re going to say it’s a conspiracy theory, to reduce the population of the planet, I mean, it sure looks that way to me.”  He also stated that, “If there were a drug that showed the side effects of GMO, it would never be approved.”

To any and all college students, who might be reading this — you might like to also know that — Peter Thiel will pay you to drop out of college. The Thiel Fellowship gives grants of $100,000 to people under the age of 20, who would like to drop out of their university, and pursue entrepreneurial projects. I certainly can’t say that I’ll shed a tear the day that this uber wealthy former derivatives trader, and current hedge fund manager, Bilderberger, and “job creator”; leaves this country, for the “brighter shores” of one big, gargantuan libertarian floatee “utopia” in the Pacific Ocean!

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