Long time no see, Majic.
You are correct, a New World Order is needed. My sig contains the ancient words of our forefathers, Novus Ordo Seclorum
. These words don't
mean "New World Order" but rather "A New Order for the Ages." It is a SPIRITUAL progression, not a material one.
This struggle isn't a class struggle, it isn't an economic issue. It is a matter of Liberty and Truth, and the dignity of a people to own,
understand, and control their means of government and production. I am no Marxist, and I don't find any virtue in the masses.
My words are not aimed at the "fat cats" who have money and resources. It is in the establishment of a NWO, which attempts to build a whole new
government for the world, based upon secret arrangements, industrial/economic combinations, and a self-serving legal system.
Majic, you seem to be unwilling to examine or judge the nature of these powerful forces. You do not mention their effect on Human Liberty, or what
the outcome for civilization will be under such an unprecedented system. To me, that is not something that should go undebated or unexamined --
especially in America!
The problem is that these "New Orders" remove sovereignty from nations, remove power from the people and local governments, and pours it into the
hands of those at the top of the powerful new systems and combinations.
Now any sensible American can see that this "NWO" is removing the people's authority, and moving everything and everybody into a form of influence
and government that no one elects, controls, or even understands. Not only is it illegal, super-constitutional and outrageous to free men. It is not
some shadowy conspiracy theory: It is a legitimate and well-published trend.
What's worse, is that the "NWO" has no philosophical argument, it has no establishment, no revolution, no champions of change. It is not the
product of enlightenment or academic advancement, but rather the work of secret doctrines, hidden agendas, and money.
It is a global coup by the MERCHANT CLASS.
I understand the nature of the "NWO". It is not a fiction. It is the product of a fully developed world and a powerful merchant class. Like any
other class that rises to power, it attempts to grab as much power and influence as it can. We are now entering the era of the Corporation, and
seeing the end of Individual Liberty.
Thus their success is checked by the ambitions of those who seek the same end, but desire that their own names be the ones engraved on the stones of
the lavish national monuments to their greatness. Ambition of this type tends to limit itself for the most pragmatic of reasons.
Honestly Majic, if these people were aiming to build great monuments or achieve great deeds, then I would not oppose them so completely. Perhaps
that is the core of the problem: They are not "great leaders" or even patrons of great ideas. They are merchants; they have no greatness in them.
As for walking the walk, I believe that Martin Luther gives us the best example of what words, books, and intellectual debate can do. All he did was
write, Majic, and he helped liberate half the world from Roman Catholic Tyranny. What was his revolutionary idea? That a Christian has Liberty in
Christ and does not require a "church" or other sort of authority. Liberty and self-determination was the staff of Martin Luther, and it is the
sword of every American freeman.
I frame my posts in the same manner: Liberty is our treasure, and the effect of the NWO is to obliterate it, and separate mankind forever from
control over his world. Life under the "NWO" would be a regression for America, it would make us subject to international forces and powers that we
cannot overcome by our vote. It would remove the ultimate power in the land from our elected government and into organizations and industries that
have no boarders, all of which are not accountable to the people.
Upon analysis of the "NWO", I cannot understand why you do not see a threat in this, Majic. Surely your "enlightened" world view would include
the need for people to be free and aware. Maybe the American Revolution and the philosophy behind it isn't something you value.
But, if I suppose you follow the "Solist" philosophy, you expect to be "transmuted" to some celestial MMORPG in the sky, where the "women" are
all naked and nobody needs to shave. No wonder you don't seem too worried by the future.
[edit on 1-1-2005 by Arkaleus]