posted on Jan, 25 2008 @ 10:33 PM
People like to imagine all kinds of boogie men dressed up in the costume of change. They look back at the Nazis and 1950s Twilight Zone dystopias,
the "1984" they were forced to read in literature class, and say that's what the NWO will be, even though they don't have any proof of it.
You know what the "NWO" really is? It's fear of the future. Fear of the unknown that lingers down the road, around the next corner.
They feel confused and overwhelmed by advancing technology and worry that it's taking as much from them as it is giving.
And the loss of "control" they worry about is the recognition that they're getting old, and the boundless horizons they felt they had as young
people are slowly diminished by the obligations they have to their families and society, and the limitations that creep up with age and inevitable
That's what the NWO is. Fear of mortality and helplessness in the face of unstoppable time.