posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 12:09 AM
As heart-warming as that was, I sorely doubt the authenticity of this mythical organization. For a few simple reasons, this video is probably a bluff.
For one, if they have snipers in position and have made themselves intimate with, at best, the public and semi-public figures associated with this
group, why would they even bother leaking video? Do they seriously think the NWO is watching every obscure website for any sign of challenges? If the
agents are in place, take out all the targets and any videos like this would be taken very seriously. Has anybody killed Cheney yet? No? What about
the Bushes? What about the Rockefellers? They're the real problem. Not even Henry Kissinger? He'd be easy! Not as famous as Cheney and no other
family members that need to be bothered with. There are many more names where that came from. Many, many more. American patriots may have a lot of
guns, but they're not all aware of the NWO and they sure as hell aren't organized in any real capacity. It's hard to take stuff like this
seriously, since even the big, scary Al Qaeda turned out to be a bogus mass media myth named after the CIA datebase of all the Mujahideen fighters
from decades ago. All those Osama videos were bogus too. Why not a small group of concerned Libertarians? Don't get me wrong, I applaud the gesture.
I really do admire whoever made the video for doing SOMETHING but in this community of all communities, we should really out to be a little more
critical of any content that surfaces. That doesn't mean ripping it to pieces and spitting on it, as some of us are prone to do. Please notice that
at no point did I declare this a fake. I just think we need to be careful who or what we want to put our faith in. Yes, there needs to be social
revolution, and yes, the secret cartels and the criminals working behind the scenes must be held fully accountable. Those millions of Americans are
just the people you see around you. Most of them, indeed many of you as well, are terrified of standing up against the so-called "powers that be"
and nothing will be solved by just talking about it here in the internet ghettos.
This needs to be taken to the streets, and it needs to be done so in a responsible, mature, and highly logical manner so that the average person can
see the message behind the movement and be persuaded to join the cause. This can never be achieved through violence. That would only lead to immediate
terrorism charges and nobody would ever respect that kind of movement again, ever. What is needed here is the same kind of public exposure the civil
rights movement generated. There's nothing wrong with going through the proper channels, so long as you remember the people are the real audience,
not the enemies, those conspirators of the New World Order. This is not our world anymore than it is the elite's. This is the reason their plans on a
fundamental level can never succeed. There's too much wisdom, culture, and majesty in the world that you'll never see if you're not out there
experiencing it in other people. It's not just people like you or me. We're a relatively homogeneous community. There's a limit to the diversity in
such a fringe community. Not everyone who ignores conspiracy politics is a mindless sheep. There are many, many brilliant and extraordinary people who
would never tolerate being stuffed in a tiny box and shut down mentally and spiritually. But you'll never meet most of them on the internet.
Most people don't even use the internet except to access the most popular social networking sites or to visit mainstream media websites. People like
that are grounded in reality and think the idea of a group of rich geeks trying to control their lives to be laughable. There's a spiritual
renaissance happening all over the world right now. All it takes is shedding just a little bit of light on the greater truth for most folks will get
the idea. We get very skewed idea of what the world looks like from watching TV or going on the internet. You have to really start to meet people out
there, enlightened people who don't define themselves by manufactured ideals. They do exist, I've met a lot of them. The answer to 1984 is not 1776.
It's 2010 and beyond. It's how we choose to live our lives right now, every day. All it takes is rejecting everything you're told to be that isn't
you and being true to yourselves. If we all can raise our inner children, then what can big brother do? There's no way to control a world of mature
adults with playground bully scare tactics. It doesn't work when we're above such childish behavior. As Bill Hicks often said, all it comes down to
is a choice right now between fear and love.
[edit on 22-1-2010 by Syrus Magistus]