Power: It’s a family thing.
Above are U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan, and European Parliament President, Martin Shulz. Notice the same nose, lips, eyebrows, forehead, and ears. It’s all in the family. In the picture on the right, Schulz is actually commenting on the audacity of the British that, “It Is Not The EU Philosophy That The Crowd Can Decide Its Fate.” Well, that’s why the Brits left, Martin!
And on the other side (below) of Greenspan, is there another family resemblance here with Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank (ECB)?
It really looks like it. Same nose, lips, chin, and thick eyebrows. Even the eyes and ears are reasonably similar. Not brothers, I suppose, but family?
And how about this? Greenspan and worm-tongue himself have the same nose, ears, lips, same thick eyebrows, and same forehead. If you can’t tell them apart, that’s Greenspan on the top left and the other three are Kissinger, the architect of U.S. geopolitical strategy during the cold war.
And as for Draghi, it gets pretty weird.
When it comes to ruling the world, it’s one big happy family: Heads of the two most powerful central banks of the western world, head of the European Parliament, and the chief architect of U.S. foreign policy for the twentieth century. It decidedly is not their philosophy that the crowd should decide its own fate.
Two more to add: Norman Lear, TV producer of sitcoms like “All in the Family”; and George Soros. Everybody knows who he is. Lear has Draghi’s nose, mouth and ears, and Kissinger’s eyes and eyebrows.
And Soros, who has Lear’s and Draghi’s nose, ears, and Draghi’s lower lip and also looks a lot like Martin Shulz (near the top of the page), and etc….