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We cannot accept a world order in which one country makes all the decisions, even as serious and influential a country as the United States of America.
Second, the world should be multipolar. A single-pole world is unacceptable. Domination is something we cannot allow. We cannot accept a world order in which one country makes all the decisions, even as serious and influential a country as the United States of America. Such a world is unstable and threatened by conflict.
Originally posted by TonyClifton
reply to post by behindthescenes
I have been a long time lurker and this is my first post (please be gentle).
I have often thought of the John Titor comments about the Russians. To the people who oppose the NWO and US foreign policy, are the Russians actually the Allies?
They are standing up to the US (or at least they appear to be). They seem to be saying enough is enough (as do some other people in the world). If the Russians eventually fall into line with the US, wouldn't that be one step closer to the NWO? If the lines are being drawn and the Russians stand up for what they think is right and it is what some other non-Russians think is right too, who are the allies and who's not?
I have to admit I'm a bit torn on this issue and would like to hear from others.
Thank you in advanced, I have wanted to post for a while but have always been a bit scared...I love this site!
12. What then of nations? In Russia there comes the hope of the world, not as that sometimes termed of the Communistic, of the Bolshevistic; no. But freedom, freedom! that each man will live for his fellow man! The principle has been born. It will take years for it to be crystallized, but out of Russia comes again the hope of the world. Guided by what? That friendship with the nation that hath even set on its present monetary unit "In God We Trust." (Do ye use that in thine own heart when you pay your just debts? Do ye use that in thy prayer when ye send thy missionaries to other lands? "I give it, for in God we trust"? Not for the other fifty cents either!)