one world government, tin foil hat stuff, or the future

Discussion in 'The Club House' started by downsouth, Feb 14, 2012.

  1. downsouth

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    I think "global" in this context meant "nationwide" rather than actually global. But all the talk of sacrifice leads one to believe prosperity is a long way off. That's the wrong way to lead and is reminiscent of Carter.

    The more they squeeze me in one direction the more I'll just go a different direction.
     

  3. LONGHAIR

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    Them SH!T-HEADS are trying....New-World-Order will come,I'm thinking sometime in my lifetime...It's got to start somewhere......
     
  4. JTJ

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    No, he means Global so no one can escape being taxed by hiding money off shore. We are being pushed towards a one world currency and government. The demise of the dollar is being carefully orchestrated. We will be another 3rd world country by the time and his Communist (Formally Democratic) Party are done. The Republicans are not much better so the dog and pony show goes on. Judge Napolitano is right.
     
  5. Georgiahunter

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    I don't think a global New-World-Order is inevitable, though it is one of three possibilities for the future (long-term of course)
    1. New-World-Order
    2. The world breaks up into many small, individual communities
    3. We have many different countries (in other words, now)
    I think forcing one of the possibilities is not the way to go. If it's gonna happen, it'll happen on its own time. The world still has A LOT of problems to sort out first. I personally cringe at the idea of a New-World-Order, just think of China's gun laws, meaning no guns. Gotta disarm the sheeple to keep them from rebelling against the oh-so-wise international rulers.
     
  6. JTJ

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    I have to agree the NWO is not inevitable. There may not be a collapse and the NWO needs a collapse to take over. If the backers and planners of the NWO have miscalculated the chaos generated by a collapse may be more than they bargained for. A managed collapse could kill off 60% of the worlds population. The remaining 40% would be organized by the NWO which would have resources in place. The kill off is planned to reduce the population to a more manageable level and get rid of the non producers. A total collapse could kill off 80% and the remaining population would degenerate into small groups, clans and/or tribes. We would return to a feudal state complete with war lords, clan chiefs or tribal chiefs. The infirm would be the first casualties as medical care and food supplies were cut off. Survival of the fittest would again be the rule. Some will manage to form communities and maintain some civilized society. How long will they be able to maintain that society? Leaders will always rise to the top and eventually become strongmen. Benevolent leaders dont last long.
     
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  7. Chainfire

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    What I want to know is just who, in America, is going to accept a loss of our governing ourselves? Who do you think wants to be subject to the rules of China, or France, or Somilia for that matter? My politics are way left of center, and I sure as hell would fight that to the death.

    The only New World Order we need to be concerned about is the unlimited wealth and power of the multinational corporations, who answer to no one and have the ability to buy our elections. Elections are won or lost on the advertising dollar and we have seen who has been paying. Would you expect that when you donate $10,000,000.00 to a campaign (excuse me, not a campaign, a Super Pac) you don't expect something in return? How much representation can you buy?
     
  8. downsouth

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    Chainfire I'm sure you would be right there in the trenches fighting a global elite army. I don't think we will have that oppurtunity. The battle rages all around us but we hear no shots being fired. You and I are on two sides of the same coin, one left, one right, both American. In an earlier post you stated it is because we are America, that we will be alright. You maybe right, I pray you're right.

    We are the worlds largest debtor nation. Two generations ago we were the most solvent nation. What could have happened? Over spent, over extented, over indulged, over looked and over there, point any direction, we are there. We have built Hadrians wall on every continent, most every country. Like the Romans we are in decline, like it or not. The peradine is shifting. Our money is looseing it's value. If the economy does pickup so will inflation. What does your savings account earn? Mine earns 1/2 of 1%.
    No way to save your way to wealth like our past generations have.

    It is natural for government to get bigger and more centralized. City, county and state government are just place holders for the US government. Would not the natural progression be a world government. Just look up the u n agena 21.

    Read this link, I know it is from a right leaning site but you can google it yourself and take your pick. It scares a whole bunch of people.

    http://www.americanthinker.com/2009/10/un_agenda_21_coming_to_a_neigh.html
     
  9. TimKS

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    He can stuff his "shared sacrifice" where the sun don't shine. They're the supposed leaders......let see them share some sacrifice first.
     
  10. LONGHAIR

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    Isn't one of the China Leaders here in the U.S.this week???....
     
  11. downsouth

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    It scares the living crap out of me that we can not elect anyone who is actually looking to do the USA some good. Anybody, no matter what their IQ level is, who believes multinational government can govern the entire world to everyone's best interest is an idiot. There are a multitude of different cultures in the world, more than I can count, and uniting all of them right now is simply impossible. Right now the UN wants to disarm the American citizenry, after that is achieved (which I pray to my lord and savior that never happens, literally) they will go for the rest of our rights. When we become a communist state that is up to its eyes in debt they will try to convince us joining a NWO is in our best interests. Once that happens we are well and thoroughly screwed. I just hope the citizens of this once great country wake up in time to see what is going on right under their noses. I know I will not stand by and watch the government rip the bill of rights to shreds. I will be next to Chainfire and anyone else who is willing to fight for our freedoms in the trenches. (and I'm only 15).
     
  13. LONGHAIR

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    Big-money...runs everything....even our country.......
     
  14. paintsplat

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    but when is the time to fight? Start to early and the gov steps in and your all home grown terrorist, to late and its over before you get a chance to fight. who's going to stand up and say NOW, who's going to fire the shot heard round the world? and who is REALLY going to step up and lay down their life for liberty. I hope we will have enough men/women like George Washington, John Paul Jones,to stand up and say I have not yet begun to fight, and then carry the fight to them and again to freedom.
     
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    I think Obama will become the Leader of the U.N. Obama and his mentor Geo. Sorroes will place him in a position of world socialist power. Obama is a willing pawn of the one world transformation movement. Obama does not concern himself about bowing to communist leaders as he will be joining them in the U.N.:eek:
     
  16. Double_tap

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    The only difference between a terrorist and a revolutionary is the out come of who wins
     
  17. Georgiahunter

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    True, history is always written by the winning side.