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Is NWO set in Stone? Can't we alter it's course?

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posted on Jan, 27 2005 @ 12:40 AM
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Why does it seem so predetermined that there must be a New World Order? No one seems to want it, so, why have one.

I mean, the whole world would have to learn one language. And if there's a universal, enforced religion, well, some people aren't religious. What if the people rebel against the NWO?

If NWO is a movement, well, most movements meet with resistance. Is it so strong that we won't be able to resist it?

What about strength in numbers?


[edit on 1/27/2005 by CyberKat]

[edit on 1/27/2005 by CyberKat]




posted on Jan, 27 2005 @ 06:18 AM
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There will be a one world government, its the logical step. We are not worried about a one world government, just the people who want one now are just going to build a international police state.



posted on Jan, 28 2005 @ 11:32 PM
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Doesn't the fact that we raise awareness on the matter bung a big spanner in the nwo works?



posted on Jan, 29 2005 @ 12:24 AM
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Originally posted by Gforce
Doesn't the fact that we raise awareness on the matter bung a big spanner in the nwo works?


Why "raise awareness"? Why not just build a monster army and kill a bunch of people in the process of destroying this "NWO"? Another thread in this forum seemed to think that was a good option. Who needs education? Who needs diplomacy? Who needs a war of information when we can have a real body count to show that we're making ground?

Seriously though Cforce, you're right. People in places like this, gaining an awareness of the situation and most of its probable outcoms and scenarios is the best way to "bung up the works with a spanner" (translation: throw a wrench into the works (for those who don't speak limey))
j.k. Gforce



posted on Jan, 29 2005 @ 01:47 AM
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Originally posted by CyberKat
Why does it seem so predetermined that there must be a New World Order? No one seems to want it, so, why have one.

I mean, the whole world would have to learn one language. And if there's a universal, enforced religion, well, some people aren't religious. What if the people rebel against the NWO?

If NWO is a movement, well, most movements meet with resistance. Is it so strong that we won't be able to resist it?

What about strength in numbers?


[edit on 1/27/2005 by CyberKat]

[edit on 1/27/2005 by CyberKat]


I think a one world government is good. As long as the government helps organize a society of peace, a society where goods are free, abundant, and people only work a limited amount of time. Governments are now focusing on creating work when work could almost be completely eliminated, if we put our minds to it.



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