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Originally posted by mick1423
If TPTB use the internet, to Start World War III
Let's use it too, to stop them and prevent WW3
These plans for a one world government have been around for a very very long time. TPTB think in terms of Dynasties and Generations. The Sheeple think in terms of next weekend, Saturday Night Football, a sixpack of beer and a bucket of chicken....
Originally posted by mick1423
Originally posted by xuenchen
The origin of the NYSE...
Well maybe...NYSE birth was 1792 and in 1992 the UN created Agenda 21. It look like the United Nation created Agenda 21 on the 200th anniversary of the NYSE...
Created to fight "outside mainland France, the Foreign Legion was stationed in Algeria, where it took part of the pacification and development of the colony, by notably drying the marshes in the region of Algiers.
In late 1831, the first Legionnaires landed in Algeria, the country that would be the Legion's homeland for 130 years and shape its character.
BEWARE THE IDES OF MARCH
On March 15, 44 BC, Calpurnia, wife of Julius Caesar, tossed and moaned in her sleep while her husband looked on. Abruptly, she bolted upright in bed, awake, but screaming and weeping from a nightmare in which her husband was stabbed and spurting blood. Suddenly, the doors and window shutters banged open, flooding the bedroom with moonlight. That same night, a little bird had flown into the Forum, pursued by wild birds, who tore it apart in the hall. Calpurnia begged Caesar not to go to the Senate, though he had been specially summoned with a promise that he would be crowned king that day. Calpurnia's distress was so out of character that the dictator stayed home until late in the day, when his good friend Brutus arrived to fetch him. Brutus ridiculed the dream and divination, mocking Caesar and telling him that the Senate had been waiting all day for his arrival. Together, they left for the Forum. Upon Caesar's arrival at the Senate, the sixty senators stood in respect, and then one man approached Caesar. He grabbed Caesar by the shoulders and plunged a knife in his neck. The assembly then rushed at him, unsheathing their daggers. Caesar was stabbed twenty-three times and was left dead. For the next seven nights, a comet streaked through the heavens.
Reprinted with permission from Weiser Books, "Almanac of the Infamous, the Incredible, and the Ignored" by Juanita Rose Violini.
Originally posted by Extant Taxon
My mentioning the Idea of March was merely due to the date being relevant to the OP. I saw the story and thought to put it here.
Other than that..
By the way, is anyone aware that Caesar was apparently stabbed 23 times when he was set upon on and killed?
Here evoking the holy Discordian name of RAW.