The world's most powerful people
Forbes presents its annual ranking of the individuals who wield the greatest influence. Here's a look at the top 10.
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You people are so full of shyt it is rediculas. Obama could lead a lost turist group out of a cardboard box. No way he is the most powerful in the world. If he is, it is a very sad day for mankind!
What a bunch of BS!
All I know is-- the article features Barrack Obama and Ben Bernanke. Today around noon the Dow shot up like a rocket. That only happens when there is artificial stimuli helping it's dead carcass. Right now, a HUGE number of younger people unable to achieve ridiculous Kool Aid productivity goals are planning to exit the boxes they work for and head home for some fresh perspective. That means our government just authorized additional debt obligation for a false economy that cannot sustain itself. I'd call that the premise for WAR on WALL STREET and the puppets they influence. You don't run economies out of textbooks, you WORK them. That requires JOB RECOVERY and a whole lot of educated deadbeats being thrown out of penthouse suites and bloated compensation contracts being chewed up by the Boards that crafted them.
16 days until the End of the World. The headlights are on and the signs all point to danger. When do our leaders wake up? BEN-- GET THE HELL OUT OF AMERICA, YOU FOOL.
stop hating the president of the U S A GET OVER IT he is the the most powerful person in the world and there's nothing you all can do about it so shut up all u haters
If you think President Obama can hold a candle to Bernanke and the heads of the European Union Banks... You're living in a fantasy world. Whoever controls the money, controls the country. In the words of that vicious, evil Rockefeller;
"I believe that the power to make money is a gift from God."
And from Rothschild:
"Give me control of a nation's money and I care not who makes the laws."
Those who don't learn from history are doomed to repeat it.
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