reply to post by Indigo_Child
With all due respect...
The entire NWO scenario and belief is without much foundation. Sure, there are a few things that don't make sense and need investigation, there are
groups of people with negative and self-serving agendas, there are the "old boys clubs" in every developed government, but much of the NWO
conspiracy theory is completely without basis in reality.
Quite simply, there is little or no evidence for it.
I have looked into it all, so don't assume that I know nothing about this. The fact is, there is simply not enough evidence to suggest that this kind
of organisation is even possible.
People would have come forward, people would have said what the agenda is. If this group is supposed to have been in existence for the time it has, we
would know a WHOLE LOT MORE about it than we supposedly do right now.
Those who believe in the NWO seem intent to use the beliefs of others as some sort of evidence. But, seeing a video of Alex Jones does not constitute
proof of anything. Several others believing the same thing does not make it true.
I have yet to see any definitive evidence for a NWO elite group of people. Such proof just doesn't exist.
Because of all of this, I would say that those who believe it all so thoroughly and absolutely, are either very naive or do have an imbalance of some
No clear thinking rational mind can accept such a far fetched story without any evidence or proof to support the theories.
It's good to question everything, but when questioning everything happens even in the face of reason and evidence to the contrary, there is something
not quite right in the reasoning process.
That's my view, and I have no doubt many will disagree and it'll go into another video posting thread to try and convince me of something that I
don't think exists, but you asked for opinions, and I'm giving mine.