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Agenda 21: The Death Knell of Liberty

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posted on Oct, 16 2009 @ 09:31 AM
Former US Navy SEAL/UDT and journalist Jim O'Neill exposes the globalist agenda behind the global warming farce.

Absolutely fantastic article.

This guy sums up exactly what is taking place and who is really behind it all at the very top of the food chain.

In relation to the above article, Henry Kissinger speaking at the April Trilateral conference:

...Having described all of these complexities, let me leave us with a positive feeling. First, the international financial crisis can help the creation of an international political order for a negative reason. Every country is so preoccupied with its own domestic issues; no country has a great surplus of resources that it can devote to international adventures. (You see, countries are too dumb to determine their own destiny. Therefore we will plan it for them, then use subterfuge and back-door dealings to implement it.) So, if political leadership can develop, this is a good objective circumstance.

Secondly, we are living in a period in which, for the first time that I know of, no major country is challenging the international system. (We've been working so hard to put our unelected-selves in charge of everyone and finally we are close to achieving that goal) All of the challenges to the international system come from countries that, in relation to the overall order, are relatively fringe countries or from non-state actors. (The US, England, and other major players have already been subjugated and have handed over most of their sovereignty to unelected world bodies) So, the opportunities that we can see in developing the global patterns that are inherent in this situation are very great despite the fact that the surface knowledge is the opposite.

To all of this I think this Trilateral Commission can make a significant intellectual contribution. (We are smarter than everyone else, elected governments are too dumb to make decisions on their own) It can raise issues; it can define them in a long-range point of view; and it can help with one of the great needs of this period, which is that governments are so preoccupied with the immediate issues that there is sometimes no focal point for a consistent application of long-range visions. So we can raise issues, we can indicate directions, and in this way we can fulfill the vision that created the Trilateral Commission when it operated in a smaller framework and when one of its primary purposes was to bring Japan into a North Atlantic framework. Now it can help bring Asia and Russia into a coherent global framework. (and finally achieve the one world order run by unelected bankers and corporate financial titans we have dreamed of since puberty)

Trilateral Commission Members

Keep in mind, these are the guys nodding their heads as Kissinger is speaking

posted on Oct, 16 2009 @ 09:44 AM
reply to post by mnemeth1

I read the article and to be perfectly frank I identify more with the "global elitists"

Here is what the evil elitists will shove down our throats...

Forced to cut back on fossil fuel consumption. Forced to cut back on water usage. Forced to give up our property. Forced to eat less. Forced to warm or cool our homes less. Forced to give up driving.

People are dying so you can fuel your Hummer. I'm all for a plan to stop the death of HUMAN BEINGS so that a few of us can continue to live in luxuary, I'm even willing to give to up my "freedom" to consume more useless crap I don't need.

All that being said. I believe that the whole global warming theory is bunk. It's all part of cycyles as Nasa said, it's the sun. However does that mean we should continue to strip this planet of anything useful without a back up plan? Of course not. As the Alpha species on this planet we have a responsibtily to be good stewerds.

posted on Oct, 16 2009 @ 12:52 PM
If you believe global warming is bunk, then you must also believe that driving Hummers around isn't killing anyone.

There was a man named Orwell that you might find interesting.

Being good stewards of the planet != restricting havesting of natural resources.

The two are not mutually exclusive.

posted on Oct, 16 2009 @ 11:22 PM
reply to post by mnemeth1

S+F to start with.

I'm, what's the right word for the emotion, perplexed there hasn't been a better response to your post. Kinda spooks me too. Do so few of us see this?

I can't say I could explain it to someone. It's kind of like Einstein's theory of relativity. I understand it when I read it but couldn't explain it to someone else. Maybe it's an intuitive understanding and/or perception.

Marigold, you obviously don't own anything you've worked years for. If I were still young with nothing, I wouldn't mind if the "elite" took every possession anyone owns. I'm on the other end of that and gave a lot of my Self to own what I have.

OP, thank you for posting this.

posted on Oct, 17 2009 @ 10:36 AM
no problem.

People should take the time to read over the CFR and Trilateral's published documents.

Its like reading something out of bad horror movie.

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