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omgwhtrtheydoin
09-17-2009, 10:47 AM
hiya...right i`ve been looking into the conspiracy surounding the new world order......and everyone seems to be against it....wtf....all i keep reading is about how the government is out to destroy us...blah blah blah.....

the idea of a new world order seems to me to make perfect sense, why are there so many people fighting it.........................................Whats the big conspiracy (http://whatsthebigconspiracy.blogspot.com/)

omgwhtrtheydoin
09-18-2009, 09:32 AM
destraction from what?

albie
09-22-2009, 04:06 AM
From our boring lives. We create conspiracy because we need to blame someone for our boring lives!!!! GODDAMN IT!

SteveTheNinja
09-22-2009, 07:30 AM
from that which really matters.
and what is that which really matters, what are they destracting us from?

albie
09-23-2009, 03:55 AM
Don't forget that people make up this kind of thing too. People on forums. The KKK made up all kinds of distorted quotes from Jewish holy books that are still used in conspiracy circles. You'll probably find that it stems from a misquote taken out of context, or is made up. As there is no official record of it ever coming from his mouth it is logical to assume it never did, until evidence DOES crop up, that is.

If you can prove it you have to accept it.

I don't doubt that the lower ranks of the military and government make up all kinds of stuff to stir up conspiracy folk too. I saw footage supposedly of a mice being knocked out by a psychic funded by the US government. It looked suspiciously like what happens when you cut off oxygen and then return it.

They also provided footage to show a goat under the same influence and it looked very much like the narcoleptic goats that came to the fore around that time.

This was all from this guy...

the men who stare at goats | jonronson.com (http://www.jonronson.com/goats_04.html)

Army thugs having a laugh or deliberatly faking psychic phenomena to fool the Russians? That's an old story.

Laokin
10-06-2009, 12:10 PM
Don't forget that people make up this kind of thing too. People on forums. The KKK made up all kinds of distorted quotes from Jewish holy books that are still used in conspiracy circles. You'll probably find that it stems from a misquote taken out of context, or is made up. As there is no official record of it ever coming from his mouth it is logical to assume it never did, until evidence DOES crop up, that is.

If you can prove it you have to accept it.

I don't doubt that the lower ranks of the military and government make up all kinds of stuff to stir up conspiracy folk too. I saw footage supposedly of a mice being knocked out by a psychic funded by the US government. It looked suspiciously like what happens when you cut off oxygen and then return it.

They also provided footage to show a goat under the same influence and it looked very much like the narcoleptic goats that came to the fore around that time.

This was all from this guy...

the men who stare at goats | jonronson.com (http://www.jonronson.com/goats_04.html)

Army thugs having a laugh or deliberatly faking psychic phenomena to fool the Russians? That's an old story.


True, but Mr. Clinton has directly mention the NWO in speeches when he was president.

Personally, I don't see it as a bad thing if it's done through honesty, if it's some epic doom plan to enslave humanity -- than it's truly evil. Although, we live in a world where less people are evil, and can't pull the trigger, than people who are evil, do pull the trigger.

So personally, I think people are outrageous in their claims. People fear change, and make up all kinds of supportive false evidence to justify their fear.

albie
10-07-2009, 03:55 AM
He's USED the term new world order. As far as he may be concerned it is just a positive phrase. I'm sure if he knew the way it is seen in conspiracy circles that he wouldn't use it, purely because he wouldn't want to stir up mania on forums.
If the new world order was as you see it then do you think they would use the term in front of people and cameras? It doesn't make sense.

IF the NWO IS as some see it then Clinton would know NOT to use the term. The fact that he does shows it is innocent.

Unless it is a complicated double bluff. But why would they risk that?

Logic isn't the side of the conspiracy nut, I'm afraid.

albie
10-08-2009, 03:39 AM
Why would they use them in the general speeches they give? "Hey, don't be an MK Ultra slave! Vote for me!"

Your logic is mad, I don't see what you are getting at.

albie
10-09-2009, 03:58 AM
You're mad. Prove MK Ultra exists. And how is freemasonry a crime?

This is more evidence of the fact that you have had your sense of logic impared.

Duke02
10-09-2009, 10:02 AM
I suggest you look into The 13 Illuminati Bloodlines and their ownership of the Federal Reserve. Satanism is the real conspiracy.

Article: The 13 Bloodlines and the Federal Reserve (http://deadmanmusings.blogspot.com/2009/10/13-illuminati-bloodlines-and-federal.html)

albie
10-10-2009, 05:55 AM
>>Just the same as COLBY was MAD, a former CIA director, who acknowledged the existence of Project Monarch together with all the DECLASSIFIED CIA documents that have been released under the Freedom of Information Act which prove the existence of these mind control programs such as Bluebird, Artichoke, et. al.


And I'm sure you have wonderfully reliable evidence to back that up? I bet Colby was never a CIA director. More likely his quote about Monarch was wrong. He probabl;y never said it or was talking about something else. Why would they openly talk about such things to the press.

It's possible he was referring to the MKULTRA thing. Which was hardly the massive thing that the MONARCH project purports to be. It was about interrogation, not creating puppets. Plus it was on public record so not a secret.