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Once upon a time...but no so far away, after Osama has shocked America and the world, the economy begun to retrieve and the people to forget those days, a secret organization, led by a few guys with great ambitions to gather the financial and economic power in their hands, (let’s called them BERGS from Bilderberg) has planned a new meeting, to decide new policies and the new order of the world.
These guys ,very well hidden and anonymous, lead the organization with the help of theirs men, spread around the world into administration and management, chiefs of states, all kinds of world organizations, clubs, institutes, corporations, banks, parties, secret services, media, church , etc., all of them very well selected, with great power and influence, ready to execute the orders for their benefits and to increase the power of organization.
As I told you before, we shall call these men BERGS and theirs secondary’s, ET-bergs. Why ET-bergs? Look at those deadpan , inexpressive faces, looking like aliens, always ready to say nothing , dissimulating, seeming to know much more than can say. The first question in your mind is why are they there? And who the hell elected them to lead us and our states! So, let’s go farther!
So, the “hidden brains” conceived a diabolic plan, to regain the lost power: they will hyde the money! How? You shall see this, following the next twenty seven cari-comics (caricatures).

Published: George Rospinus on
ISBN: 9781301097357
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