reply to post by ProfEmeritus
"The problem with his answer above, however, is that it places the entire blame on the 545 people in the US government. That excludes the possibility
that anyone else is behind this. Personally, I believe that those 545 people he speaks of, are merely the puppets that the real enemies are
There is a simple test to see if some is a puppet or a puppeteer. If the suspect is eliminated and the problem persists without change, it was a
puppet. If,on the other hand, the problem diminishes, it was a puppeteer. I submit that if all 545 people Jim named were to disappear, nothing would
change. Building new puppets is a simple task."
I'll flag your thread for that point alone. Spot on.
That being said, I often wonder, "am I being overly paranoid?" Probably not, but here is the deal. In a system as complex as ours, would it not be
apparent that a person could find such a common theme as to tie in all our problems into a single theory?
Remember the 10,000 monkeys writing Shakespeare? Well, there are 350 MILLION of us in the United States alone. The complexities of life in general,
and on such a massive scale, are going to make room for COUNTLESS conspiracy theories. This, in my opinion, is why websites such as this one do so
The problem is separating the substance from the evidence.
All in all, I am SURE there is a globalist agenda, I'm just not so sure it is as evil as people project it to be.
To me, it seems as if the logical end of our planetary society is global unification. NWO.
[edit on 27-10-2008 by Jay-in-AR]