posted on Jan, 30 2007 @ 08:19 PM
I think it's a fair enough to say that there are people above GWB in certain respects, some other threads on this site suggest he could be shot on
site like any one else if he attempts to enter something like the legendary area 51.
The same would also be true for Tony Blair - a lot of leaders spend so much time in front of the cameras (apart from seeing how they get work done!)
it would stand to reason they would C-Up occasionally, let the wrong thing go in some sort of Freudian slip etc.
Not wanting to go too far into the NWO side of things - I sortta have a feeling what is going on in Europe is a younger version of US history in one
One thing you can say about the United States is, on paper, it is united, and you have a government with vast power and influence - all under
one-figure head, the people are supposed to know which way to look.
At the moment, here in Europe, I feel the various governments can see advantages to that sort of thinking, economically it makes sense, and militarily
it makes sense. It would make life easier for those at the top. ON THE OTHER HAND, the individual, the smaller groups WANT to have smaller
boundaries, to be a little more independent, want to flock in their given herds, sortta mind their own business when they want. I would want to
understand the world from my point of view not being terribly worried about the other side of the world unless that is what I wanted to worry
At various points in history (i.e. 9/11) could well of been designed at some level to "unite" "nations" against "common enemies" to make the
process of governing vast amounts of people easier, more liquid, in short more 'viable' for he powers that be.
Could it be we are all being dragged into this NWO largely unwittingly? Or is it a natural progression in our development?
The only honest thing that i can add to any debate on the events of 11th sept 2001 is since the minute it hit the news here in Uk, i sat down and
started thinking - my head hurts.