Societe Generale Rules World?

From: (Modemac)
Date: Mon, 28 Nov 1994 00:28:51 GMT

[Note from Modemac: This is one of the more interesting conspiracy
theories I've seen on alt.conspiracy. The full version is a lot longer;
I've deleted much of the text for brevity. You can find the original on
alt.conspiracy under this same subject header. It has a lot to do with
your classic monetary conspiracy "financial domination of the world," but
at least these guys are smart enough not to try pin it down to a single

[ Article crossposted from alt.conspiracy,alt.illuminati ]
[ Author was James Daugherty ]
[ Posted on 27 Nov 1994 22:31:19 GMT ]

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