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Us, China, India and Russia - Obama's Fab Four?

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posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 03:04 AM
I base this theory on two recent news articles:

Notable quotes:

"We determined that we would not be able to meet our national defense needs nor our security commitments to our friends and allies if we signed this convention," he said.

The treaty bans the use, stockpiling, production or transfer of antipersonnel mines. It has been endorsed by 156 countries, but the United States, Russia, China and India have not adopted it.

WASHINGTON – Seeking firmer footing for U.S.-India relations, President Barack Obama tried Tuesday to calm India's fears about Asian rival China, salving bruised feelings in the world's largest democracy with an elaborate state visit and assurances of India's "rightful place as a global leader."

"The relationship between the United States and India will be one of the defining partnerships of the 21st century," Obama declared — twice — during a news conference with Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.

With relations taking a bit of a backseat since their heyday under former President George W. Bush, it was a message Indians had wanted to hear even before Obama took a just-completed trip to Asia, where he bypassed an India stop and paid much homage to the rising global power of China.

He also touted India as a key partner on a range of crucial global issues. He used some of the same complimentary language he displayed while in China, only there he was looking to prod Beijing to do more with its new clout, while with Singh he was lauding what is already happening. Obama said he and Singh agreed to "work even closer" on sharing information between law enforcement and intelligence agencies. Obama called the two nations "natural allies" on the topic.

Noting that the United States was India's largest trading partner, Obama said broadening trade ties would help create much needed jobs in the two countries, both wracked by economic recessions. The two leaders glossed over a dispute about commitments to reduce the greenhouse gases blamed for global warming in advance of next month's 192-nation climate change summit in Copenhagen. Developing countries argue that rich countries produced most of the heat-trapping greenhouse gases on their march to development and therefore should bear the main burden of fixing the problem. Wealthy nations like the U.S. and Europe say all countries — including large polluters India and China — must agree to broad cuts in emissions. Obama said they had moved "one step closer" by joining together in hopes for a successful outcome in Copenhagen, where leaders are no longer expected to reach a legally binding agreement but instead a political deal including emissions commitments and financing for developing countries. But neither Obama nor Singh gave evidence that either country had moved from their previous positions.

posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 03:20 AM
Anyway, my actual theory is:

1) The United States, India, China, and Russia, together make up about 40% of the world's population, and the majority of the world's nukes. This is easily enough power to take over the rest of the world and establish a World Government.

2) The EU will be a powerful fifth component of the Fab Four, though it will not be common knowledge that after Copenhagen, it will be a true sovereign entity.

3) The REAL reason we're in Afghanistan is to amass troops to fight people in Afghanistan, Pakistan, etc, that will RESIST the world government India, China, and Russia (their neighbors) and the US (the occupiers) want to force on them.

4) At first at least, most people won't even REALIZE they live in a world nation.

5) The Himalayan glaciers, which ARE melting, will cause the Ganges, Yangtze, Yellow, Indus, and Mekong rivers to shrink, causing hundreds of millions of people to go thirsty. This will be the greatest tragedy in human history, and will be blamed on man-made global warming. All national sovereignty will be erased to account for the millions of helpless refugees escaping Asia and a carbon tax will be accepted by the vast majority of the world.

6) The entire world will be forced to surrender most of their hard-earned money to the bankers, and will be de-populated down to 500,000 people over the next century.

This is, if they get what they want.

[edit on 25-11-2009 by Donnie Darko]

posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 09:23 AM
bump bump bump bump

bump bump bump

posted on Nov, 26 2009 @ 06:14 PM
damn no replies? =(

what do you guys think?

posted on Nov, 26 2009 @ 09:46 PM
Well, I think it sounds a bit radical....How would a population of over 6.6 billion go down to 500,000?

posted on Nov, 27 2009 @ 04:32 AM

Originally posted by Wilt456
Well, I think it sounds a bit radical....How would a population of over 6.6 billion go down to 500,000?

Chemtrails, sterility, genocide, you name it. I'm not saying it will happen though, I'm saying this is their endgame.

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