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Why is the common conception of NWO a failure?

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posted on Jun, 29 2010 @ 04:14 PM
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It is really simple. Take a group of about twenty people: Can they come into agreement in fundamental questions? No. Can they come into agreement even in minuscule issues? Probably no. So how can anyone be expected to rule the world when even two individuals cannot really agree upon anything that has some meaning?

As above so below. Mankind will not unite before it happens naturally. It cannot be forced. Of course there are -- and will be -- attempts to do so. There are those who would like to rule the world, but it hasn't happened in past, and it will not happen in future in forced manner.

Of course, in order to make real progress mankind has to become together in a co-operative manner.

But there is the doctrine of 'divide and conquer' which can be rephrased as 'divide and rule'. NWO's agenda may be -- when conveyed in this way -- to rule through disagreement and diversity. It may be easy to rule people who cannot really unite into movement of sufficient momentum.

But in this method lurks a grave danger to those whom wish to maintain in power. Ultimately they will not be able to maintain control as it requires sufficient co-operation between the people who run the system. Their personal agendas and opinions with the lust of total power will eventually get in the way. They will succumb into mutual competition and eventually their game will fail. There will be revolts, economical recessions, "witch/vampire hunts", wars and so on.

So long-lasting NWO with modern state of human psychology is failure. Today there are those who attempt this -- yet tomorrow there will be others on their place. Mankind will not experience "paradise", but various levels of "inferno", as they carry it inside.

-v

[edit on 29-6-2010 by v01i0]




posted on Jun, 29 2010 @ 05:11 PM
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A majority of the people on earth think that the NWO is a good thing. It doesn't matter if everyone agrees as long as the majority does.

They(elites,leaders,Illuminati) will make up reasons so that the NWO can take place. Such reasons may include the following:

1. Terrorism
2. A threat against mankind
3. Harm to the planet
4. Economic (Ex. America has no money so the world shall unite as one so that we can have an equal and fair system.)

There will be uprisings but those who rise up will be seen as radicals because almost everyone will believe the lies they put forth.

In times of struggle or danger people will always unite.

If we do unite it will be by force which is the wrong way to go about it.



posted on Jun, 29 2010 @ 05:33 PM
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Imagine for a minute, a single guiding intelligence that sits at the head of all tables, and there you have peoples problem with any type of NWO.

Synonymous with the end times.



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 09:17 AM
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I thinhk it is perceived as a failure because it is ultimately socialist and socialism always fails.



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 09:26 AM
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Originally posted by v01i0
It is really simple. Take a group of about twenty people: Can they come into agreement in fundamental questions? No. Can they come into agreement even in minuscule issues? Probably no. So how can anyone be expected to rule the world when even two individuals cannot really agree upon anything that has some meaning?



Do you honestly believe the presidency of the United States is One Person?

A common goal is always a good starting point.



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