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Royal Family takes lead in pushing NWO

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posted on Aug, 27 2003 @ 01:55 AM
PRINCE Harry could be fitted with a surveillance microchip during his year in Australia.

Australian and British intelligence services are reportedly liaising over using the technology to protect the prince as part of a security operation estimated to cost British taxpayers $25,000 a week.
ASIO operatives have apparently warned the British spy agency MI6 that an al-Qaida attack on Prince Harry cannot be ruled out.

He may be a brat, but he's doing his part to make microchips acceptable to the public.

posted on Aug, 27 2003 @ 03:55 AM
I beg your pardon, what is so bad about a New World Order? The current one seems a bit nasty, No?

posted on Aug, 27 2003 @ 05:03 AM
The incursion of recent NWO-tolerant interrogators of anti-NWO posters is an interesting development which provides indications of:

1. incomplete understanding of what the 'New World Order' agenda constructed by the Bush/PNAC administration will lead to;

2. having read 1984, and apocalyptic versions of the taking of the mark in order to perform any commerce, too few times;

3. the latency of the many 100s of NWO topics already posted at ATS and yet to be read by the interrogators.

NWO presented as a "utopia" is in the realm of mythology. NWO as it is growing today is simply hell on earth. You can read all about that at ATS.

ATS Search function (menu bar above). Enter "NWO", enjoy.

posted on Aug, 27 2003 @ 09:58 AM
I believe in marketing the term you want is "Celebrity Endorsement"

Like "if the #ing PRINCE got a chip, then you filthy people should be glad to have one for your OWN protection"

posted on Aug, 27 2003 @ 07:34 PM
Alot like that show,, Big Brother. Make being watched, lorded over and probed 24/7 look like such fun and glammor. takes the edge off it, makes people think things like "privacy" and the desire not to be monitored or observed in ones daily activities seem like silly abberations of the paranoid.

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