posted on Jun, 15 2004 @ 10:14 AM
I responded to another topic with the idea and decided to make my own post on the matter...
The NWO is a belief system created by the innate human need for order. Society cannot deal with the concept of disorder. Religion serves the same
purpose - people need to believe in that "higher being" to give reason to the unreasonable; order to the disorder.
The NWO, just like religion, is comparable to the math term i (square root of -1). The number does not exist but it kept occuring.
Mathematicians could not deal with the idea of unsolvable problems so they called the square root of -1 "i" and voila, their problem
The same concept can be applied to the NWO. People order their lives in every way possible. Look around - everything you do is governed by a clock,
every event is recorded as a date on a calender. Everything must be ordered; everything must have a single direct cause and a single direct effect. If
Jimmy got hit by the bus it is because he didn't look before crossing the road. If Sam murders Bob, it is because Sam is mentally insane.
However, whenever something happens that defies logical cause-effect reasoning, people need something to grasp onto. This is where many conspiracy
theories arise from. 9/11? Depending on who you ask, it was either God, the NWO, George Bush, or the 3 of them working in tandem. Pearl Harbor? God's
will. Decapitation of Nick Berg? The CIA. Jimmy recovers from cancer? An act of God. Assassination of JFK? LBJ, CIA, FBI, God, the Mafia...
See my point? All of those acts defied logical cause-effect. People ask themselves "Why did 9/11 happen? Why was JFK assassinated?" and then
scramble for an answer. This is where the idea of NWO comes from and this is where the majority of conspiracy theories come from.
People need order. Anything less than order arose from a conspiracy or a supreme Being. When people apply the conspiracy theories/supreme being to
disorder, they have the order they seek.