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Arnold part of NWO?

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posted on Jul, 11 2004 @ 04:32 AM
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i remember quite an interview arnie did way back during his steroid weight lifting days, i used to lift weights, not big time but did know who he was. i was quite amazed to hear arnie quoted as saying to the effect, " i always felt i was destined for greatness," and something about wanting to be "dictator," that was before i knew of his old family connections. guess i look at arnie a lot differently. a whole different "recal" every watch that movie with sandra bullock and sylvestor stallone, demomlition man, movie sorta sucks,but there is a reference to "swarzenegger presidential library," and, "gee did he not use to be an actor" movies do foreshadow a lot i am learning.




posted on Jul, 11 2004 @ 05:46 AM
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as this is an email, hope it is ok to post, the entirity, if not, guess it will be edited, and i will learn, more i see of total recall, arnie on steroids...shows lots of respect...
dont have link so.........
Furor grows over Riordan's remark to girl

By Gary Delsohn -- Bee Capitol Bureau

Published 2:15 am PDT Friday, July 9, 2004

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's office continued to back embattled Education
Secretary Richard Riordan on Thursday amid growing outrage and demands for
Riordan's resignation over his bizarre comment to a 6-year-old girl.

Riordan, a former Los Angeles mayor long known for occasionally making
off-the-cuff comments that offend some people, was under attack for telling
the youngster at a Santa Barbara library reading program last week that her
name, Isis, "means stupid, dirty girl."

A Schwarzenegger spokesman said Riordan and the governor spent time together
last weekend and that Schwarzenegger has no plans to ask him to resign.

"The governor appreciates the mayor's commitment to education, to reform and
to children and looks forward to him continuing in his job," Rob Stutzman
said. "That's the end of the issue, as far as we are concerned."

But instead of disappearing amid the ongoing budget talks and other Capitol
business, the controversy escalated Thursday with several groups demanding
Riordan's resignation.

"It is abusive to use such language toward a child, regardless the gender,
race, socioeconomic background or national heritage," Alice A. Huffman,
president of the California State Conference of the National Association for
the Advancement of Colored People, said in a statement.

"To say that he was only kidding or joking suggests that Mr. Riordan, who is
in charge of developing education policy for our children, knows nothing
about children and has even less respect for them."

The NAACP and other civil rights groups had planned to attend a Capitol news
conference Thursday called by Assemblyman Mervyn Dymally, D-Compton, who was
demanding that Riordan step down. Dymally's office abruptly canceled the
event, however, after learning that the girl is white.

Dymally, who is African American, was quoted in Thursday's San Jose Mercury
News stating that the girl was African American and asking whether Riordan
would ... have done that to a white girl?"

The NAACP, the California Coalition for Racial Equality and a spokesman for
League of United Latin American Citizens, the nation's oldest Latino civil
rights group, continued to call for Riordan to step down, but Dymally
changed his mind.

"Mayor Richard Riordan has extended another apology ... and expressed his
regret to me by way of a Los Angeles bishop," Dymally said in a statement.
To err is human; to forgive is divine. I have requested a meeting with
Secretary Riordan to further discuss the issue."

That prompted a reaction of disbelief from the girl's mother, who had been
avoiding media calls to shield her daughter. She said she felt compelled to
speak out after Dymally's comments.

"If he feels the man should step down, why does it matter if my daughter is
white?" Trinity Lila of Goleta said in an interview.

Lila said Riordan should probably step down but isn't demanding he do so.
Riordan, who is a close friend of Schwarzenegger's and was his first Cabinet
appointment after the governor took office in November, was out of state and
was not taking calls from the media.

"I let my daughter go to story hour and figured she'd be safe in a room full
of librarians and parents and other children and the secretary of education,
Lila said.

"If I was in the room, I would have defended her. But she did OK without me.
I'm really proud of her for standing up for herself. She's OK. She's moved
on. It's not like I'm going to sue to pay her therapy bills."

The controversy began July 1 when Riordan, a wealthy venture capitalist
whose foundation has spent millions of dollars promoting literacy and
computer programs for minority and other children, attended a summer reading
program at the Santa Barbara Central Library.

With a few dozen children seated on the floor next to Riordan, Isis D
Luciano, a blond-haired, blue-eyed little girl, asked him a question.

"Did you know that my name actually means an Egyptian goddess?" she said
with noticeable pride in her voice.

Riordan looked somewhat confused for a moment or two before answering: "It
means stupid, dirty girl."

The kids groaned and giggled, before Isis again said her name was that of a
goddess.

"Hey, that's nifty," said Riordan, who issued a statement a short time later
saying he "teased" her and "immediately apologized ... for misunderstanding.


Lila said her daughter didn't correct Riordan because "she told me she didn
t want to hurt his feelings. I got the impression she just didn't think he
was very bright."

"I really didn't know much about the man, so I wasn't aware of how socially
inept he is," she said. "He's a bureaucrat and I guess he's a grandfather.
But it doesn't seem like he's had a lot of exposure to kids. It was really a
stupid thing to say."

While critics pointed to numerous verbal gaffes Riordan has made over the
years, associates and others rushed to his defense.

Assemblywoman Jackie Goldberg, D-Los Angeles, said she doesn't agree with
Riordan on too much politically but believed the remarks were out of
character from a man she is convinced has great affection for children.

"I've seen him make a lot of gaffes, but nothing like this," she said. "He's
always been extremely sweet and caring with kids. I'm wondering if maybe he
had the flu or a cold and was taking some medication or something that
affected him, because this doesn't make sense."

And Kevin Spillane, political director for Riordan's 2002 gubernatorial
campaign, said he doesn't think Riordan should or would resign.

"Why should a man who has a lifetime of doing charitable work for children
resign over one unfortunate remark that he quickly apologized for?" Spillane
asked.

"And for Mervyn Dymally to try to make political hay by shamelessly playing
the race card in this is ridiculous. Richard Riordan has done more for black
children than Mervyn Dymally can ever dream of," he said.

Dymally was unavailable for comment.

(uhhhhhhhhhh, me i am speechless........)



posted on Jul, 11 2004 @ 04:52 PM
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Arnold as the Antichrist President! Would be funny...

I guess he would make a great antichrist if the US gets to become the center of the New World Order (well... if it is'nt already...) afer a second Bush mandate!


"I ammm zee Evil Ooone, loak at my gigantic musssles naw, and bow dawn to meee! Hail to zee New Vorld Ordar!!!"



posted on Jul, 11 2004 @ 06:34 PM
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In 1981, when I was working as a graphic artist - I remember standing by the row of drawing tables and telling all my co-workers that I thought Arnold ought to enter politics and that I wish he could run for President one day - because if it were possible, I'd vote for him


I was really thrilled to see him win the election in California as I've always admired da Ahnold.

When Conan the Barbarian was released, I was working for an ad company that promoted films and one of the PR girls had to get Arnold to his local interview gigs, etc. and she was an itty bitty sized person. She came back to the office and told me that when she went to pick Arnold up at the hotel, he answered the door to his room wearing just jeans and no shirt and she said to him "Oh Arnold, put on a shirt!"
I guess she wasn't 'impressed' by the size of his pecks *or* his ego



posted on Jul, 12 2004 @ 07:33 PM
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This picture is pretty damning:



Warren Buffet, Arnold and Lord Jacob Rothschild all schmoozing together at Waddeson Manor.



posted on Jul, 20 2004 @ 01:59 PM
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The image missing on the previous post is here :
news.scotsman.com...



posted on Jul, 20 2004 @ 05:10 PM
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Looks like Arnold is making friends with people in high places. I'm sure the law will be changed so he can run for the presidency. Just think of what Arnold could do as president with friends that like.

I probable vote for him anyway.




posted on Jul, 22 2004 @ 05:54 AM
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Originally posted by 71LSPC
Looks like Arnold is making friends with people in high places. I'm sure the law will be changed so he can run for the presidency. Just think of what Arnold could do as president with friends that like.

I probable vote for him anyway.



He'll become president, i think he will become
a popular choice. I agree too, that the law will be change
so that he can stand for president.



posted on Jul, 23 2004 @ 08:41 AM
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Originally posted by 71LSPC
Looks like Arnold is making friends with people in high places. I'm sure the law will be changed so he can run for the presidency. Just think of what Arnold could do as president with friends that like.

I probable vote for him anyway.


My god thats a scary thought. Wonder what would come first? mandatory acting lessons and all federal spending money funneled into Hollywood?
You thought Bush was bad? Arnold would throw around the military like T-1000's



posted on Jul, 23 2004 @ 08:46 AM
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JaddaKiss seems to think so, His new album, he has a song WHY... One of the questions is "why Bush knock down the towers"? Another part of the song is "Why you let the terminator win the election, come on pay attention".

[edit on 23-7-2004 by SpittinCobra]



posted on Jul, 23 2004 @ 10:04 AM
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Originally posted by SpittinCobra
JaddaKiss seems to think so, His new album, he has a song WHY... One of the questions is "why Bush knock down the towers"? Another part of the song is "Why you let the terminator win the election, come on pay attention".

[edit on 23-7-2004 by SpittinCobra]


Didn't know that, have to give it a listen

But as a friend once told me, to be successful in politics, you need
to have friends in high places



posted on Jul, 23 2004 @ 10:07 AM
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It felt good to me to hear it, Its not onlt these people on this web site that feel this way but people we look up too, and listen to, people that have money and get around feel this way, And a brave enough to put it in a song to call them out.



posted on Jul, 23 2004 @ 12:18 PM
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Originally posted by SpittinCobra
It felt good to me to hear it, Its not onlt these people on this web site that feel this way but people we look up too, and listen to, people that have money and get around feel this way, And a brave enough to put it in a song to call them out.


*nods head* totally agree,
I admire artists who are not scared to speak the truth about governments on record



posted on Jul, 24 2004 @ 12:41 PM
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He is pure evil look at the movies he has done they say it all plus this wacko thinks Hilter is a hero and his dad ran with him mark my words hell be in the UN soon then watch out all Left Behind believers.

I thought he had a group of hotels



posted on Jul, 24 2004 @ 12:47 PM
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He said he admired the fact that Hitler went from nothing to leader of Germany. Also, apparently his Dad or something was a member of the SS. I wouldn't be suprised because most had no choice in the matter. But i don't think Arnold is a Nazi



posted on Jul, 12 2007 @ 11:53 PM
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Wow I didn't know, he looks kinda evil



posted on Dec, 30 2008 @ 04:15 PM
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Be afraid. Be very afraid. I worked in the motion picture business enough to know him a bit and he's a very scary man.

Don't underestimate what he will do to achieve his goals - he has a creepy disregard for anyone other than himself.

Have you LOOKED at his wife Maria?

Does this look like a happy woman?

By the fruits of their faces shall ye know them - that's the first commandment of celebrity, and Mrs. Schwarzenegger's face tells the tale.



posted on Dec, 30 2008 @ 07:21 PM
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Arnold has long been in the top 10 of Antichrist candidates worldwide. I started ranking him myself as a top candidate as early as 1982.

[edit on 30-12-2008 by Red Cloak]



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