Nomads have historically wrecked lands, then simply moved to new lands. After civilization came around, these groups could no longer move as freely, and they were relegated to mostly desolate deserts which they themselves created with their meat eating and irresponsible habits. To survive the advent of civilization, they had to come up with a way to penetrate civilized society and feed off of it, or else die in their deserts.
When population was still low and civilization sparse, their primary method of survival has been to rape and pillage civilized enclaves. Because of their constant slaughter of domestic animals and hunting, they were skilled killers and could often win wars when vastly outnumbered. Marauding, nomadic parasites like Genghis Khan and the Huns also employed trickery and lying in their war strategy. Their host societies believed the lies because they were civilized and even employed civilized methods of waging war, which had developed into a kind of sport with all of its rules and regulations. The host societies were not efficient in killing because they were agrarian and mostly vegetarian. It may surprise some to note that the domestication of animals for meat in Asia was invented by these blood-sucking hordes of North China and Mongolia. It is a popular opinion that the bloodtype B originated in Mongolia as an adaptation to the nomadic lifestyle and diet, which was primarily horse meat, horse milk, and meat hunted from horses with arrows. These same people formed a large portion of the pre-columbian stock in North America, who maintained nomadic habits, the use of horses and arrows for hunting across flat areas, and the living in round, movable homes often made of animal skins called yurts or teepees. With rising populations they were finally forced to settle, where they promptly destroyed their lands and made homes out of dirt. At this stage the only survival strategy left was to infiltrate civilization.
Members of the Birla family have been leading industrialists in Rajasthan state, India, for well over a century. Seth Baldevdas Birla (1860–1902), later known as Raja Birla, was a Maheshwari Marwari (trading caste) member who migrated from Calcutta in the 1890s and established his family at Pilani, in the Shekhavati region of Rajasthan. Here he continued to work as a broker and trader until his death, when his sons took over, expanding the family business into areas Indians had not previously been able to exploit. Their industries included jute mills, cotton cloth, coal, and paper. Since independence, the family has been so successful that they have been acknowledged as India’s leading industrialists.
G. D. Birla (1894–1983), one of these business magnates, was also one of the sponsors of the first national press agency, the Free Press of India, established in 1927. During the 1929–1931 period, G. D. Birla was a member of the Royal Commission on Labour (also known as the Whitley Commission), which investigated all aspects of labor conditions in British India and made many recommendations. In the 1931–1932 period, G. D. Birla, along with Mohandas Gandhi (1869–1948), was one of the delegates to the second session of the Round Table Conference in London. This session was to grapple with the problem of communal representation in general and Muslim representation in particular. [more]
In China the richest families like the Qiao and the Chang (whose museum estate I visited) come from the desert region of Shanxi.
In the West the richest families like the Bronfmans are Khazars who originate from desolate Mongolia. (The Rothschilds may be converted Germans who later mixed into the Jewish/largely Khazar race). The Huns who occupied China and Russia for hundreds of years are also Mongolian.
The common thread is that all these groups have no concrete contributions for society. They must fool society into thinking they and their desert rocks are of some sort of value, and they must fool them or die. Currently many Gypsies are losing their battle to fool European society and are commonly seen as petty thieves. If these parasitic nomads fail to act as leaders of slave populations, they themselves will become destitute and downtrodden. For example, the second people find liquor to be unappealing, the Bronfman family will go back to being beggars in the street or animals wandering in the deserts just like they used to be. If we stopped watching TV Gerald Levin would turn into a smoking garbage man. Without our drug use, the drug czar turns into the guy pumping your gas. The world is what we make it, and we can dethrone these emperors with no clothes from the shifting sands and replace them with decent people who love grass and trees.