For those who find the "I'd join 'em" answers disturbing, I offer the following turn of phrase:
"There are no Old Revolutionaries"
Perhaps you find this odd because (I am guessing) you are still relatively young, unmarried, and without much in the way of property or savings. When
you spend your entire life trying to secure a place for yourself and your family, you tend to not want it ripped away from you. Talk of heaven and
hell and souls is all good and well until you have to watch your daughter go hungry for a meal or two. Talk of not selling out is all good and well
till your son is shot dead in front of you. Talk of not giving in to The Man is all good and well until the day soldiers rape and imprison your
spouse. Talk of going to live in the mountains is all good and well until you realize that
living in a cave for long periods of time really sucks
I was young...a long time ago, and even then I had an evil bent. For the first ten years of my life I didn't realize that the Empire were "the bad
guys" in Star Wars. I mean, after all, here was a nice orderly society that had everything running as smooth as clockwork, and, yeah, they were a bit
zealous at times, but then these terrorists called the rebel faction were going around shooting up government military ships and blowing up bases. To
a child of several generations of military men and mad scientists, the rebels were the bad guys.
Personally, I think the NWO is simply modern folklore, like goblins, leprechauns, and pots of gold were back in the old days. Today's folklore are
"Bigfoot, Area 51, Grays, and the NWO" (plus other things). But say the NWO -is- real, and as most of you firm believers in the NWO have already
stated, many many times, it can't be stopped.
So what's the point of saying no?
Who the hell would I be trying to impress, that sacrificing my wife, children, and land would be worth saying no to the New World Order? You guys? Are
-you- going to build me a new house? Are -you- going to feed and clothe my family? Are -you- going to bring them back from the dead when a soldier who
tells me to join shoots one of them dead when I say "no"? I consider some of you my friends, and enjoy visiting this site quite a bit. But if it
came down to a choice between you, or my kin, guess who'd get the bullet? And I'd expect the same -real- reaction from anyone else here.
Now as for this whole business of sacrificing your soul, etc... I don't think God gives a hoot about which government is running what. I don't think
Communist, Monarchy, Dictatorship, or Republic States have any say in whether or not a person goes to heaven. That's GOD'S choice.
Now if the NWO said "We'll make you elite, as long as you eat this raw baby flesh and praise Satan", then I'd tell them where to put their
rubbish. But if it was simply a matter of "Join our One World Government or be considered a terrorist" then fine, I'll join, because it's a better
lifestyle, and people don't try to shoot you as often.
Many seem to think of the NWO as some sort of baby-killing, satan worshiping, genocidal machine, but the reality is that such a government could never
last, even with brute force, because eventually the resentment of the people would be such that not even all the weapons on earth could stop the
However, a state much like America, where you pretty much just go on day to day, working a job, buying toys, and enjoying 8 hours of sleep and 8 hours
of playtime (plus two days a week, and vacation days) for every 8 hours of work, seems like a fairly acceptable life compared to living in a cave,
eating rats, and getting shot at. The NWO won't need to control by force, because toys and leisure time work about a billion times better.
Now mull that over next time you decide to judge someone for saying "Yes" to the NWO offering them an Elite position.