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Originally posted by sabbathcrazy
Is killing %80 of the population a hoax?
Originally posted by had2ask
I am new and do not know of the helps anyone but I just did some research on Bilderberg a few nights ago and I found a list of members that is a mile long, what struck me No, what made me blood run cold was that these people that attend are all leaders but MOST are in Finance CEO of large banks, agriculture, members of the world trade Org. commerce and some labor party members, what is all the more odd (to me at least) is most are members of the socialist democratic party, and the head of NATo is a member along with Gordon Campbell and just for an FYI Mr William Gates..yep thought it was a little scary because how in God's name do you stop what they are planning NWO???
Originally posted by nathanp2890
they are all greedy pigs that are going to hell they are evil
Originally posted by popeyepete1960
reply to post by EL1A5
I Couldn't agree with you more, however I believe that the reason for complacency within the general public to the issues at hand is primarily due to the daily responsibilities established by the very system we're trying to fight. For example, by the time the average American get's home from his second job, he is too tired to be worrying about the New World Order and its subtle changes and effects to our daily lives. He is too tired from work because he is trying to pay his mortgage, bills, insurance, and utilities. By the time he crashes on the couch and has a cold one, turns on the TV and watches the propaganda and the deadbeat content, he is too tired to even think about the issues that are changing the world around him. And the powers to be, whether you want to call them The New World Order, Illuminati, Bilderberg Group, or what ever you want to call them know this and use it to their advantage. I honestly don't know how the general public can get motivated to listen to what's important, as opposed to Nancy Grace at 9:00 pm on the tube. I think that is the biggest hurdle...getting the message out there. I am a firm believer in the internet however, as this is the only conduit to unite people with a single belief, goal and purpose. With sites such as this one, and ideology such as these members, there is only hope, because if you were to mention the word Illuminati ten years ago, almost every one would just shrug their shoulders. But now, that is changing, albeit slowly, but changing nevertheless.