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NWO and Project Megiddo

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posted on Mar, 10 2004 @ 02:02 AM
Has anyone actually dissected Project Megiddo by the FBI, an FBI assessment on Terror Organizations? I found it particurally interesting that there was not more mention of this Report in drafting the Patriot Act.
I found alot of this stuff pretty interesting, as with the passing of the Patriot Act and the Redefnintion of Terrorists.

Does anyone feel that supporters of the NWO theory could be help as potential Terrorists? Am I just reading into this too far, but if the FBI is considering them possible Terrorist Cells, doesn' t that imply people who follow these theories are potential terrorists. Kinda like the argument that if A=B and B=C, then A=C?

the following Quote

"The NWO conspiracy theory holds that the United Nations (UN) will lead a military coup against the nations of the world to form a socialist or One World Government. UN troops, consisting mostly of foreign armies, will commence a military takeover of America. The UN will mainly use foreign troops on American soil because foreigners will have fewer reservations about killing American citizens. U.S. armed forces will not attempt to stop this invasion by UN troops and, in fact, the U.S. military may be “deputized” as a branch of the UN armed forces. The American military contingent overseas will also play a large part in this elaborate conspiracy theory, as they will be used to help conquer the rest of the world. The rationale for this part of the theory is that American soldiers will also have less qualms about killing foreigners, as opposed to killing their own citizens.

Under this hypothetical NWO/One World Government, the following events are to takeplace: 1) private property rights and private gun ownership will be abolished; 2) all national, state and local elections will become meaningless, since they will be controlled by the UN; 3) the U.S. Constitution will be supplanted by the UN charter; 4) only approved churches and other places of worship will be permitted to operate and will become appendages of the One World Religion, which will be the only legitimate doctrine of religious beliefs and ethical values; 5) home schooling will be outlawed and all school curriculum will need to be approved by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO); and 6) American military bases and other federal facilities will be used as concentration camps by the UN to confine those patriots, including the militias, who defy the NWO."

Then they put it in a context that seems a little out of it, kinda like trying to tie it into Aryan Nation type stuff.

"The right-wing believes that many of the restrictions being placed on the ownership of firearms today mirror events in The Turner Diaries. In his book, Pierce writes about the United States government banning the private possession of firearms and staging gun raids in an effort to arrest gun owners. The book discusses the government/police use of black men, assigned as “special deputies” to carry out the gun raids. Many members of the right-wing movement view the book as prophetic, believing that it is only a matter of time before these events occur in real life."

posted on Mar, 10 2004 @ 02:23 AM
Project Meggido ... nice name

Seriously though, the UN is not a peacekeeping organisation - its purely about control.

Divide and conquer - the motto of the NWO

posted on Mar, 10 2004 @ 03:40 AM
Yes, I have always believed the U.N. to be the..........tool of Anti-Christ to be used to herold in the NWO. On my website

I have just finished part three of a series of "sermons" dealing with the prophesies of Revelation.


God Bless,

posted on Mar, 10 2004 @ 03:49 AM
I was always of the belief that the Megiddo was the code that is supposedly hidden in the bible.

My basic question is....Whats up with that?

posted on Mar, 10 2004 @ 04:07 AM
According to Revelation Megiddo is where the final battle between Good and Evil will take place. It also has plenty of other aincient biblical signifigance.

posted on Mar, 10 2004 @ 04:10 AM
I was just totally at a loss as to what exactly this Megiddo was. THanks for helpin there, baked.

posted on Mar, 10 2004 @ 04:25 AM
You're Welcome!
There was a movie called the "Omega Code", which was about Bible code and the end of the world. It really sucked in my opinion, kinda low budget and overacting.

posted on Mar, 10 2004 @ 05:31 AM


"Tel Megiddo is one of the most important archaeological mounds in Israel for biblical times. The city was inhabited continuously for more than five millennia (6000-500 B.C.). It contains the remains of historic Megiddo, a fortified city that rested strategically on the ancient main road from Egypt to Syria and Mesopotamia.

Megiddo is located in the Jezreel Valley where many believe Armageddon, the final battle, will take place.

Because of its location (a connecting point between the sea and the interior of the country) it has also served as an important junction and battlefield throughout history. In 1918 the British defeated the Turks here and in 1948, during the War of Independence, the Israelis overcame invading Arabs forces at nearby Mishmar Haemek.

Megiddo, mentioned in an ancient Egyptian document (over 3,500 years old), was one of the chariot cities of Kings Solomon and Ahab, and was the site where Josiah, King of Judah, fell in battle.

Excavations have uncovered the ruins of 25 cities dating from 4,000 to 400 B.C. Ruined structures, now visible, belong to the fortified "chariot city," built by King Solomon in the 10th century B.C."

Hope that helps...


posted on Mar, 10 2004 @ 11:03 AM
Anyone have any thoughts on New Terrorist definitions related to Project MEgiddo

posted on Mar, 10 2004 @ 11:39 AM
I don't know about this. I don't want to start a firestorm of controversy here, but I don't believe that the US mainland is going to be invaded any time soon. It would be suicide. Forgetting for a moment your formidable military, forgetting for a moment your nuclear arsenal, which I don't doubt for a second would be used if your very soverignty were being threatened, half if not more of the population is armed for crying out loud! From a strategic standpoint... no one world government (or any government for that matter) would be dumb enough to try attacking the US any time soon. Who would benefit from this? No one.

Not to mention the quote off the top of this thread talks about a UN plan to create a one world religion, while at the same time laucnhing a full frontal assault on US soil? What? Imagine trying to force the religions of the world under one umbrella. Many devout followers of their faiths would take up arms to ensure that didn't happen. Now imagine that in or around that same time, the UN, in a vie for world dominance, attacked the US too. Either one of those situations, on their own, would send the world into a tailspin of chaos. Together? Gimme a break.

No one is planning this, cause it doesn't make any sense. The situation described would create a global climate of unrest that no one would want to be in charge of. There could be no control over the population. There could be no control over who remained in power. There would be rebellions, holy wars, nuclear fallout and economic disaster. And those are just the obvious ones that spring to mind.

Really, think about what that scenario would look like, and ask yourself, who would benefit from it? And if there is a logical answer, even hypothetical, I'm open to hearing it.


posted on Mar, 11 2004 @ 04:17 PM
thanks for the replys folks, but does anyone have any input on whether Project Megiddo Terrorism definitions that define new terror cells could be used by the Patriot Act in order to designate members of the population as terrorists? Based on new terror cell definitions as defined in Project Megiddo?

Im just curious if the government would be interested in designating people who feel the NWO as real as terrorists based upon their beliefs? any input?


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