Originally posted by mojo pin
To play devil's advocate, maybe these people who have shaped and formed the world through these many centuries actually know what they are doing.
Does anyone really believe that an effort this grand, on this scale, was undertaken solely for the purpose of amassing wealth? If that were the case,
more money could be made by perpetuating international conflict, rather than establishing a one-world government, it seems to me.
I've seen much talk on this and other forums regarding the lost wisdom of the ancients. Perhaps, and I'm just spit-balling here, but perhaps an
attempt has been made to preserve that wisdom until such time as it can be understood again. Too much is lost in history and time to have any kind of
accurate view of such things, it seems.
Been lurking for some time. Seemed like it was worth jumping in at this point.
Everyone should have an advocate and I appreciate that you feel there are two sides to every story and both should be told.
Of course there are two sides to every story and the reality is that the truth usually lays somewhere in the middle.
There is an ongoing thread here on ATS where a lot of what you have pointed out is being discussed.
Here is a link to it as you might find this ongoing discussion to be relevant and of note to you.
First I think you might need to better consider that wealth alone does not equal power.
Power is simply the ability to affect outcomes of events and influence people that for some is an intoxicant, to others an aphrodisiac and to others a
responsibility and to some a burden.
People with wealth don’t always have power, as they sometimes lack the ability to influence events or people with mere wealth alone. For instance we
know many people would turn down making a deal with the devil. So wealth doesn’t always help.
People who have power though, that unique ability to manifest their will over others will never go hungry or homeless in this world and will breed and
amass wealth through their ability to act resolutely and powerfully if and when they are interested in wealth and amassing it.
Yet currency is not wealth, the real wealth of this planet are it’s people and other resources, and the drive to a one world government is really
all about exploiting people to discover and secure resources for the wealthy and powerful who in turn horde them and place them in fewer and fewer
hands, in the process creating an artificial scarcity, which leads to chaos, which leads to them controlling chaos by first creating the problem of
scarcity and then offering solutions like the Healthcare Bill as a means to address that scarcity.
30 millions have no health insurance not for a lack of doctors or facilities or resources but simply because of the way those resources are rationed
out in a system that promotes scarcity.
So as a non-solution, form of solution millions of Americans now believe that trading away parts of their constitution and their own sovereignty to
the State is a better alternative than not having what they consider to be a vital resource that has been purposefully made to be artificially scarce.
What ever benefits this has, is now offset in the long run by making the State more powerful and more intrusive.
If using the artificial scarcity paradigm to create chaos to create order out of chaos using the thesis then anti-thesis Hegelian philosophy is the
only way that the teachers of so called esoteric knowledge can get the class’s attention it speaks far less of the value of their lessons than it
does of their absolute sheer will to teach it.
Yet at the end of the day a one world government can not be anything but a dictatorship because there is no second choice or alternative.
Which is why both God and the Devil typically need advocates because they really do want to dictate every last aspect of our existence and negate our
own freewill in the process, not for their wealth but for their power and that my friend is almost always about one’s own vanity and ego.
[edit on 24/3/10 by ProtoplasmicTraveler]