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Thumper 03-05-2005 06:51 PM

How different would the world be without the NWO?
 
I guess this is like asking what the Millenium will be like, but imagine for a moment we didn't organized evil and social engineering. What would things be like?

I imagine that we would be living in agrarian societies. I don't know if we would have the industrial revolution, and people would generally be much happier and healthier since we would be eating organic foods and not downing pharmaceutical cocktails but rather natural cures.

Let's here what you think :)

:-)

nomad 03-05-2005 08:07 PM

Re: How different would the world be without the NWO?
 
We would have far less health problems due

to NWO caused diseases, free energy systems,

and robots doing alot of the work for us.

55132 03-05-2005 09:38 PM

Re: How different would the world be without the NWO?
 
I might seem like a pessimist but being al things the same a world without the nwo would be a world prior the nwo.

the bent towards evil is part of everyman so if all things where equal we either might have many little emerging nwo or a huge nwo with other players.

the desire to have a monopoly and accumulate wealth is a very common trait.

however if the nwo never existed and was not able to exist I agree we would be an agrarian society, with some industrialization I would guess something like the 18 century but without the robber barons

I am not a ludite but I have come to believe that most of our modern convenience are really irrelevant and cause much more problems than they solve.

things like the private car has contributed to the social deconstruction as maybe nothing else, I would also include television....

in fact when you think about the new technologies one cannot help but think that itís a lasso for our necks.

marypopinz 03-06-2005 08:39 AM

Re: How different would the world be without the NWO?
 
A world without unseen evil forces

Every child would be educated, sheltered and fed, to say the least.

Folks would have realised the importance of morality with regards to children - all children.

Rape and incest and molestation would be no more - unspeakable, unthinkable sexual crimes.

Maybe we'd all have a 4 day work week and spend lots of time with family and friends: re-socialised into our communities and families.

We'd all earn eough so we'd all have enough. Wages would be fair - unions would be strong. The governing morality of a nation would be well-known.

Babies are born good, not evil. So society has been born good and made evil. If the role models and heros are good and present, children will follow independent successful path to happiness - family and friends make a life full. No more old fogies homes and daycares. Family is family.

A lazy life is not a good life. There is a season for evrything, a time and a place. Work has its rightful place.

I believe in a certain degree of socialism, for health and education and the less fortunate in those two categories of society specifically, just more on a community level.

Every child deserves a mum and a dad. It took those two things to create that child. Negatively interfering with children's futures and especially their sexuality is wrong.

Ya gotta give a child a fishing poll, not a mercury filled fish.

superstar 03-06-2005 11:32 AM

Re: How different would the world be without the NWO?
 
Quote:

marypopinz wrote:
A world without unseen evil forces

Every child would be educated, sheltered and fed, to say the least.

Folks would have realised the importance of morality with regards to children - all children.

Rape and incest and molestation would be no more - unspeakable, unthinkable sexual crimes.

Maybe we'd all have a 4 day work week and spend lots of time with family and friends: re-socialised into our communities and families.

We'd all earn eough so we'd all have enough. Wages would be fair - unions would be strong. The governing morality of a nation would be well-known.

Babies are born good, not evil. So society has been born good and made evil. If the role models and heros are good and present, children will follow independent successful path to happiness - family and friends make a life full. No more old fogies homes and daycares. Family is family.

A lazy life is not a good life. There is a season for evrything, a time and a place. Work has its rightful place.

I believe in a certain degree of socialism, for health and education and the less fortunate in those two categories of society specifically, just more on a community level.

Every child deserves a mum and a dad. It took those two things to create that child. Negatively interfering with children's futures and especially their sexuality is wrong.

Ya gotta give a child a fishing poll, not a mercury filled fish.

you preach family alot i see, however you do not come across as a LADY, i think you have a tremendous quilt complex.

sorry deary, you should have kept your legs closed. hmmm! a couple of husbands, troublemaking kids (i know this), a mouth you can't keep shut (for more than one reason), and poor social skills. you need an overhaul. Satan worshipper, that's you. you come from a satanic background. the clowns that stick up for you on this site are your evil friends. thanks to brats like you and your 'crew' we all will have to be put in the same basket with you when the nwo takes over.

Thumper 03-07-2005 12:00 AM

Re: How different would the world be without the NWO?
 
^ someone ban this idiot

nohope187 03-07-2005 07:05 PM

Re: How different would the world be without the NWO?
 
Even if there were no major NWO, there still would be the beginnings of one in the minds of men who wield power. But yeah, the agrarian deal sounds pretty cool. Damn good ideal to have. But is it likely? Hells no! Not in this life-time. Though, it is something nice to ponder. :-P

Thumper 03-08-2005 12:56 PM

Re: How different would the world be without the NWO?
 
Quote:

nohope187 wrote:
Even if there were no major NWO, there still would be the beginnings of one in the minds of men who wield power. But yeah, the agrarian deal sounds pretty cool. Damn good ideal to have. But is it likely? Hells no! Not in this life-time. Though, it is something nice to ponder. :-P
Perhaps something more practical, like what if it was perfectly understood by everyone how evil usury was?

Yes, evil will always exist. But without the financial backing it wouldn't have the power it has today.


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