Introduction — Oct 21, 2018
U2 lead singer Bono is rapidly turning into a mouthpiece for the global elite and make no mistake, he most definitely is one of the elite. If nothing else Paul David Hewson, Bono’s real name, is estimated to be worth a cool $700 million.
To be sure that’s not on par with George Soros’s billions but Bono’s investments are growing, maybe even as a result of Soros’s instructions. So Bono can rest easy behind the high walls of his luxurious and no doubt well-guarded private mansion(s).
The likes of Bono and other such figures from the entertainment industry are crucial to the global elite. Whenever they want a campaign targeted at a specific group they have a stable of stars to choose from. In Bono’s case they will be targeting those who once considered themselves “rebellious” and “anti-establishment” but are now middle-aged and who may even be low-level functionaries within the establishment.
With such people Bono still has some power to promote whatever is chosen.
In recognition of his efforts Bono was even given an honorary knighthood by Queen Elizabeth II, although he tends to play down the award as it goes against his “rebel” public image. Real “rebels” aren’t given such awards.
Bono is also extremely cynical, a necessary attribute if you want to work for the elite. So despite campaigning against poverty, in 2006 U2 shifted part of their business affairs from Ireland to the Netherlands after a cap on tax breaks for artists in their home country.
Nor was that a one off. Since then Bono has continued to be linked with other tax avoidance schemes. Leading to accusations that he was avoiding paying taxes that would have helped the very people he claimed to be campaigning for.
Cynicism and double-talk are illuminati hallmarks and Bono exhibits both in abundance. He has effectively been working hand-in-glove with George Soros, so while the Hungarian billionaire actively promotes mass-migration Bono works to malign those who oppose it. Ed.
Multimillionaire Bono: Political parties that criticise mass migration originate from Satan
Voice of Europe — Oct 18, 2018
The U2 singer has recently been engaged in a campaign against European political parties that are critical of mass migration, his latest target being Italian interior minister Matteo Salvini.
During his latest concert in Milano this week, his evil alter ego MacPhisto attacked the popular Italian leader, claiming that all political parties critical of mass migration have one thing in common, that they all originate from Satan.
“I have sent my people all over Europe. My people go by many different names. In Sweden, they call themselves Democrats, Swedish Democrats. In France, they change name. In Poland, they have names I cannot even pronounce. In Hungary, well there they are hungry for me.” Bono told the audience.
Dressed up as the devil, he urged the Italian people to support Matteo Salvini, saying that all populist parties in Europe have the same face. Then he pointed to his Satan face mask.
Bono has recently been involved in controversy for stating that he wants Africans to “take over the world”.