Originally posted by jamie83
reply to post by Animal
I am sincerely disturbed at how deep these connections go, especially in contrast to the image that Obama is portraying as "one of us" -a regular guy who's out to CHANGE the way things work in Washington.
Wasn't it Obama's standard line in the campaign that you can't change the culture of Washington by just letting the same people sit in different seats?
Obama is backed by the same people who backed Jimmy Carter 30 years ago. How is this change?
We are in seriously deep trouble.
Originally posted by tsloan
My question to you is this though. Are you bringing this up as a NON-supporter of Obama i.e. a conservative????? Or are you just bringing this up cause you think the government is corrupt?
I don't support this government. I think it needs to be tore down and re-built ground up.
Originally posted by Maxmars
reply to post by Stormdancer777
I noticed that CBS in yet another demonstration of their 'journalistic' integrity failed to mention the coincidental presence of world power brokers meeting 15 minutes away, and how Hillary was an attendee at one of the last ones, nor how they are recognized world-over as king-makers and represent some of the key financial backers of the politicians in this country.
Granted, they probably think it's too complicated for their ignorant audience.
Originally posted by Anonymous ATS
Do you think that the masses who show up to support obama care about any of this????No they dont, regardless of who is backing obama for president everyone is still gonna have to get up to go to work the following morning, thats another thing, why are people so afraid of the new world order???nothing will change! nothing at all, ul still have to pay bills, go to work, send your kids to school, etc etc!
Also part of the Temple of Understanding is Maurice Strong, Secretary General of the 1993 UN Earth Summit and now number two man at the United Nations. Strong has said, "isn't the only hope for the planet that the industrialized civilizations collapse? Isn't it our responsibility to bring that about?" Strong has owned a ranch in Colorado where he built a Babylonian sun god temple. The ranch became a hotbed of a variety of New-Age religious activities. Those who worship at the Temple of Understanding follow the teaching of Peter Singer, the father of animal rights. He wrote, "Christianity is our foe. If animal rights is to succeed, we must destroy the Judeo-Christian religious tradition." Helen Caldicott, of the Union of Concerned Scientists, a former Soviet KGB front group and a driving force in the Temple, says, "Capitalism is destroying the earth."
Alexandre Saint-Yves d'Alveydre, an occultist, also used the word "synarchy" to describe a form of government where political power effectively rests with secret societies or, more precisely, esoteric societies, which are composed of oracles. He associated this form of governance with "ascended masters" in subterranean caverns of Agartha, who supposedly communicated with him telepathically. Saint-Yves believed that this synarchist world government was transferred to a hollow Earth at the start of the Kali-Yuga era, around 3,200 B.C.