posted on Dec, 2 2007 @ 01:27 AM
Another example, if you want to combine Canada, US, and Mexico into the North American Union, sharing a new common currency, the Amero (how original),
one thing that will help that is to ruin the United States currency; the war on Iraq which has spent directly 500 billion dollars, and indirectly 1.5
trillion, has done a pretty good job of that.
Pretty soon the Amero will start to look like a good thing to us; and so will the North American Union when gas hits $10/barrel the Canadian oil
production is going full-tilt.
And wars, they want to get a "limited" nuclear war going on way or the other, kill a few hundred million people, so that we will see how a one-world
government could have prevented all of that needless death and destruction.
So we have Iran, and that will further pursue the agenda against Islam that these elitists have. Islam, like communism, gets in the way of their
model of free trade, because it has that nasty restriction on compound interest.
I will tell you I actually wouldn't be opposed to a one-world government if it did several things, if it was a government for the people by the
people and not by the multinational corporate oligarchy, but unfortunately the oligarchy's already running the show. I would also want to see some
protections against tyranny of the masses, which is a problem with democracies. Any one world government would have to respect the cultural
differences and the rights of people who are not the majority, the US model of democracy does not do that.
You know it really pains me how much unnecessary human suffering there is. I'm really quite into technology and science and I know we have all the
resources we need and the technology for people worldwide to live without poverty, hunger, and we have the ability to eliminate most disease, and
what's more we could do so without destroying the environment, in fact, we could do so with much better environmental stewardship than we have
The problem is a human trait, and particularly a human male trait, whereby one does not feel their wealth is adequate unless it's more than that of
others. I think it all comes down to ancient mating rights, caveman that was the better hunter, the better provider, got more mating opportunities, so
those traits have been passed down, hardwired, into the male brain.
So you get these ultra-rich elitists. It's not enough for them to have everything in life they could possibly want, it's only meaningful to them if
everybody else doesn't.
These elitists, they are the human alpha-males, the ones that lead the pack, have all the power, wealth, and breeding rights. I think Stanley Kubrick
portrayed this rather well in Dr. Strangelove, I think he actually understood the madness.
Most Americans at least either don't care or don't believe; whatever they say on the CBS Evening News, well, that must be the truth.