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Originally posted by Zepherian
You're wrong of course.
The NWO is a tangible phenomenon, as it is linked to elitism and a ruling class which has a culture distinct to that of the common man. While any number of concrete assertations regarding it may turn out to be false or just half truths, anyone who investigates seriously is forced to accept that there is a network of elitist individuals who pull the strings of the world. While they may directly control little they influence much, and this allows for them to have a geopolitical perspective and to plan out the course of history with a large degree of success.
These people are tied into occult knowledge, occult not necesserily because it is metaphysical, but just because it is hidden, and I do assert that at it's core it is basically unscrupulous political science that has been developed over history as techniques to enslave and exploit their fellow men.
Any rational man will realise there is no need or even reason for society to be so hierarquical. It is not "natural" in the sense that it is inevitable, yet throughout history we have had it develop again and again, and to me there is a certain elitist streak in humanity, possibly tied to ruling bloodlines that happen to think in longer timeframes than the general population, an elitist streak that has conspired to stay in power again and again throughout history, till we reach the NWO in the XXIst century.
And nothing illustrates what I have said more than the history of money and the banking system.
Originally posted by Raud
Reply to Zepherian
But (now I will retract some slack) the world is consistent of many powerful politicians and CEO's, and they do not share one vision. If that was the case, diplomacy would be obsolete and war would most likely not exist. With that said, even though there could be a urge for world governance or the institution of a "true" NWO, it is so hard, almost impossible to make everyone in high places world wide dance to the same tune.
There will always be someone who will break free or wish to claim all power for themselves.
I mean, since when would the president of, let's say, Russia, bow down to the royal Brittish family? Or, when would the Chinese, who know they will be in power (if the world survives the things to come) bow down to anyone? Cash or no cash, there are ways around everything.
And then we have all the population of this world, which history can prove are a bunch of hard-headed trouble makers (in that sense).
I would not worry.
Are you willing to pick up the battle-axe once more? Plxx?
Since I entered politics, I have chiefly had men's views confided to me privately. Some of the biggest men in the United States, in the Field of commerce and manufacture, are afraid of something. They know that there is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive, that they better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it.