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The Internet: World Wide Web (One World Government)?

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posted on Feb, 7 2005 @ 08:49 AM
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Hi, I haven't been a member for very long. Less than a month. So, if there is or has been a thread already about this, I appologize.

Otherwise, I was wondering....from what I understand, the NWO has been slowly taking shape over a long period of time, but until recently, has remained fairly dormant. I might or might not be entirely correct on that one.

However, if I am close, it recently occured to me that wasn't it right around the time that the Internet became a widely popular way of communication, research, news, etc...that a lot of events leading up to the NWO started to become more & more apparent?

And when things started to move along more quickly? I even remember hearing something on the news probably about several months ago that Bush was wanting to do something about making the Internet accessible to everyone. I didn't hear much more about it after that one comment, though.

But I started to associate - WWW=World Wide Web=One World Government? Could the introduction of the Internet to the mainstream be a way of getting us used to communicating with people all over the world? So much so that it is becoming second nature?

Maybe just another way of "sneaking" things right under our noses?

Just curious what are the thoughts of other members.




posted on Feb, 7 2005 @ 10:06 AM
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CyberKat, very good insight! Yes I feel the powers that be, are looking very close at what is on the Net. Most activity will be of a site like this. Many here have a higher IQ into what matters, then what they have, as well as a pulse! Again Good Question! If only now can we change the priorities.



posted on Feb, 7 2005 @ 11:21 AM
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Originally posted by CyberKat
Internet became a widely popular way of communication, research, news, etc...that a lot of events leading up to the NWO started to become more & more apparent?

Probably because the internet allowed more and more paranoid people to start 'reporting' on the 'NWO'


I even remember hearing something on the news probably about several months ago that Bush was wanting to do something about making the Internet accessible to everyone. I didn't hear much more about it after that one comment, though.

A perfect example.


Could the introduction of the Internet to the mainstream be a way of getting us used to communicating with people all over the world?

Unlikely, since usage in most of the world is nothing like in the west, heck even in the west there is disparity.

Also, the socialist slant of the NWO would require that it be very much involved in these very same 3rd world countries that don't have much of anything to do with the internet.



posted on Feb, 8 2005 @ 02:19 AM
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Thanks, to both of you. You helped me gain a little better insight for myself. I was wondering if I was getting too wrapped up in all of this, and placing more importance on things than what was really there, or was I just noticing things that the average person doesn't.

I think it might be a little bit of both.



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