“Yesterday at 2pm, CNBC acts as the only mainstream news outlet to upload a release over a new lawsuit claiming evidence of the Federal government and top US banks colluding to launder 43 trillion dollars, enough to pay off the entire US debt almost 3 times over. http://www.cnbc.com/id/49555671/ 3 and a half hours later that same day (reported on today), the daughters of the executive of CNBC’s digital division (read: their website) are both killed by the family's nanny who was supposedly “a very nice woman”, “very religious”, and “has always been very, very stable”. http://www.kvue.com/news/176007461.html" 1: An article appeared on the 25th of October on CNBC implicating top ranking members of banks, government and the Federal Reserve in the unscrupulous theft of 43 trillion dollars from Americans over the past decade. 2: Three and a half hours later the children of the director responsible for CNBC's website are murdered, allegedly by their nanny with no known history of violence or anything of the sort. The story has changed as time progresses. Now allow me to continue with some musings, conjecture if you will. If you accept that there are those out there with no moral qualms whatsoever, you can then accept that they would be willing to use morality to their advantage. "Liberalism" and all of it's inherent rhetoric is essentially an argument for social responsibility and moral culpability, although invariably there are issues which will not be accepted by all, but will nonetheless gain traction among a vast segment of the population, as with abortion. Now then. Considering this, it is entirely plausible that a group which has been controlling the system and swaying popular opinion whichever way they desire for a long time has become very good at it. Blackmail defamation, targeted killings and burying everything in shit flinging serves to quell opinions which they do not desire. So, I leave it to you, my fellow EDiots: Unfortunate timing of a related tragedy, or a clear and present cover up?