posted on Jan, 21 2005 @ 12:03 PM
It is good that you bring up the idea of the endgame. I think this is where a lot of people get hung up. They feel that it has to be a set master
plan of a fixed set of people.
But this NWO crowd is not going to fit themselves neatly into a box. The bottom line is to maintain, consolidate and increase their power, wealth and
control. They can maintain a concensus around that general concept and recruit new players and their own replacements within that framework. Beyond
that, there is good evidence that a particular idea of the perfect future is not one vision that is shared by all of them. Same goes for methods,
some are willing to freely use violence, even glorify it, and others prefer more subtle methods. Depending on the balance of those acting on the mass
of humanity with its inertia and consciousness, so goes the future.
In the meantime, look at the operations of certain companies such as AIG, CITIC Pacific, SAIC, Carlyle, and so on (even Walmart). Not only do they
grow but it is the sectors they control and the activities they are involved in. Then look at who controls or is associated with such corporations (as
these corporations are not important in themselves but are vehicles for agendas of individuals)
To that, add the big money groups and families that have been there for a long time but have never gone away. The pieces then start to fall into
place. Lastly, throw in a few people who are useful and forceful organizers, fixers and front men. Then the cast is complete.
I suggest to not over-emphasize government agencies such as the CIA, NSA, the UN, CFR, etc. They are tools to be infiltrated and used. They become
interesting as one watches how they support the operations of certain corporations or further certain agendas and how key individuals move in and out
of controlling positions in them.
One thing on the OA for now;
There could be people whose goals are similar to those described in OA related material but only in a general sense, nothing fixed and nothing adhered
to rigorously. I've watched people research evidence and try to jam it into an OA framework. The result is that they lose the significance of the
information they have uncovered because they insist on interpreting it in one narrow way. It is small wonder that they generally become very