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What do you do with it now?

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posted on May, 24 2005 @ 01:12 PM
I think its time to step up.. I've been with this forum for a long enough time to see a major change in how "we" conspiracy theorists think. We no longer gather tadbits of news and string then into possible conspiracy theories. WE, as theorists stopped thinking. We're relying on rehashed second hand info or "media" to tell us whats going on around us. We no longer care, or are too blinded by the lies to care? But regardless, we seemed to have been "stuck" in the mud.

What happened to the theories that had us all talking forever?

This thread is both a cry out for likeminded thinkers, and a probably poorly investigated attempt to theorize.. See, I never claimed to be a conspiracy theorist.. like MANY of you have.. so if I make minor typos, incorrect facts, and of coarse, the dreaded "No source!" argument, please forgive my not-so-mighty ignorance

One thing I like so much about theories is that you can inevidently discuss forever if you so choose..

I'm going to attempt to weave a theory using several subjects, and then try to bring them all to one final belief..

Many people think the NWO starts in the USA.. it originates there. What if the USA was possibly consumed by the NWO in a Coup D'Etat?

We all remember John Kennedy.

posted on May, 24 2005 @ 01:33 PM
Who thought that the NWO started in America? The old powers, the elite, the families, were European, first. It is myopic to look at the NWO as an American thing. They are not confined by boundaries, and the future of America under their inevitable rule is no less bleak than it is for any other country.

posted on May, 24 2005 @ 05:08 PM
Thomas you are correct by my thinking.
We as Americans, for what ever reason, tend to see the of the rest of the world through very American eyes.
That's our fault and the rest of the world is quickly starting to resent it.
It would not surprise me if some of our "allies" might just, withold some info. from us, or let some other country use their border areas, just because they are tired of American arrogance.

posted on May, 24 2005 @ 06:06 PM
For WWII to happen, a proud people had to be brought down a peg for a generation or so.

This was the Weimar Republic in Germany. People starved, begged, were jobless, and all and all, they were ready to take back their pride as a people.

The United States is playing the same role, but with another motivation. They are the fiercely motivated country, but they have not yet had their pride attacked (other than 9/11), to push them blindly into the larger conflict.

I mean, even the Nazis were Freedom Fighters before World War II, helping in the Spanish Civil War.

France was the helpless nation, who will play that part this time?

England was the morality police.

Now, in the year 2005, the US is the Judge, The Victim and the Executioner.
What will be the very specific loss that will touch every American?

The loss of a leader, perhaps?

It is speculation that makes it quite clear, the situation the world is approaching will not be easily defused. Many will feel the loss was justified...

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