Odd Danske Bank Commercial “A New Normal” Tells You What is Normal in the NWO
2012-12-04 0:00

From: VigilantCitizen.com

Danske Bank is owned by elite financier Peter Straarup who is a member of the Trilateral Commission (created by David Rockefeller) and of the Bilderberg group. His bank’s latest commercial entitled “A New Normal Demands New Standards” is quite odd, not to say deeply disturbing and upsetting. It basically shows a bunch of things that are supposedly considered “the new normal”…And most of these things…not good.

In fact, they reflect a whole bunch of things part of the New World Order Agenda, whether it be a police state, the repression of free speech, pushing transhumanism or brainwashing children. Yes, all of these things are slyly referred to in the commercial. I guess its message is that the bank recognizes and understands the reality of today’s world and so forth…But the resulting product depicts nevertheless a grim picture of the fuiture.






A guy throwing a rock at police in riot gear. Since when is that normal? When things like this happen, its because democracy is failing miserably. So, no, it is not normal, Danske Bank.



Thousands of Chinese workers cramped into a high-tech, chemical sweat-chop. Those are modern-day slaves. Not normal, Danske Bank.



Silencing people with money? That’s the new normal? But, on a serious note, is this BANK actually catering to the Occupy Wall Street crowd? The crowd that was protesting…big banks? There’s some weird mind games going on in this ad.


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