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Old 03-06-2005, 09:39 AM
marypopinz marypopinz is offline
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Default 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.
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