posted on Oct, 19 2008 @ 11:14 PM
In regards to the previous poster:
Technology. ...Think about how many elite are in the world. Relatively speaking, not that many. So, with the aid of current technology along with
cloning and robotics, it is easy to see a 20% retention of the strongest and brightest being more than enough. Sadly to say, this number may be high.
And, if one considers who we are dealing with here, they control the world's gold and money supply so the need for an economy under slave labor is
nonexistent. Currently or up until now, there has always been a need for a money (reward) system. In a free market (one without slavery, excluding
taxes) a money system is needed to control, transfer wealth and maintain or grow power. Slaves labor or any kind of forced production, all the way up
to the highest levels of creativity is very inefficient. Sure, it may be cheep for those controlling the system, but it is extremely lacking in its
productivity and especially creativity.
A better reason for getting rid of slavery in the United States was for this reason, along with the cost of maintaining slaves and the ability to tax.
Today, with the advent of current technology, the old order is obsolete and slavery is now a more viable option.
Furthermore, one billion is an easier number to control than five or six billion.
No, I don not condone the new world order. It is sheer greed--barbaric in nature--and anyone who thinks otherwise is either elitist or is unaware of
the true agenda. 99% of the world does not want the neew world order as outlined, whether they realize it or not.