Interesting angle - in regard to the NWO never being able to push it far enough for force the people to ask for there help.
But then again, perhaps those incidents were designed to not push people to the edge just yet. Merely a conditioning phase.
For it to be pushed to the edge, you would have to have constant terrorist attacks. But then again, look at Israel - it was never brought to that
level - instead the people carried on with there lives, despite all the attacks.
So what if it happened worldwide? In order to create a worldwide terrorist organization you would have to create either many enemies who form
alliances, or one large worldwide organization. Another important factor is being able to sustain the terrorist attacks. If things get calm people
will question the need for a global empire (NWO). Getting in a position of power during conflict is not difficult - its keeping that power during
times of calm, because people begin to have time to think - there isn't a threat that needs to be dealt with.
Even so, such attacks would have to effect basic living needs (food, water, etc) worldwide in order to get people really fired up.
How many of you after 1 week of starvation would second guess doing something against your 'morals' for some food and water? Aside from the obvious
starvation, your going to be delusional and running off of your own body, not to mention extremely sleep deprived from the hunger?
"Kill those terrorists and you'll get some food for you and your family"
"Accept our NWO and put us in charge - in return, we'll take care of terrorists and make sure you have food for you and your family"
Family seems to be the determining factor in what your willing to do, or how far you'll go. Would you let your child starve to death? Or rather,
could you watch your child starve to death before your own eyes?
Look at Iraq when Saddam was in power. People joined his party just so that they could provide for there family - even if they knew what they were
doing was wrong! Others had nothing else to lose - serve or die. Even after America 'liberated' them - The young and the old loved America for
freeing them from Saddam - but adults hated them, supposedly because it was supposed to be there fight, they just hadn't taken action yet. Were
talking 18-40 age here - what I would assume is the same age range of people here who think change needs to happen. And even as bad as it was then
(which ironically was better then what they have now) nobody stood up!
Its one thing being homeless - its another to be starving to death. Anyone with any brain capacity can build a shelter - whether it be some sticks
with leaves over it or a well constructed wooden frame, woven with leaves - efficiency will vary
. People cant just make food appear however. Unless
you know what your doing, your taking a chance foraging (finding food in the wild). Ammunition is limited by stock, supply, manufacturing, and
resources - so unless you know how to trap, hunting with your firearm is only going to go so far, then there's the ordeal of properly skinning and
cleaning/cooking. Assuming you didn't use up all your ammo fending off thugs or something.
Everyone expects a simple solution, but there isn't one. Nothing in life is exempt from the universal principle of dependency. You can either depend
on knowledge (farming for food, water purification for water, hunting skills for food, etc) for survival, or you can depend on services (supermarkets,
grocery stores, etc) to take care of your survival.
The only choice that remains is who you depend on. Each choice however has its pitfalls. If you depend on yourself to survive, you wont have time to
play xbox if you still haven't hunting for the day. On the other side, you'll have plenty of time to play xbox if you heat up a microwave dinner -
you just may one day realize you have no freedom.