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Women, they are the ones the NWO are trying to depopulate secretly and have been doing forever.

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posted on Dec, 19 2010 @ 02:05 AM

Originally posted by c0ldPhr34k

Originally posted by crimvelvet
reply to post by SeaWind

As for Obama -- when I first saw him in 2007, I got an instant visceral feeling that if Obama won, it would be a disaster for the US. I watched in growing horror as he won the primaries. Why such powerful people would push this guy into the WH was a mystery to me. I assumed they wanted to use his color to push thru unpopular laws, then set him up for assassination....

You got a visceral feeling because you are most likely a racist as based you assumption on Obama on an instant feeling. Just like a woman. All feeling no sense.

Actually, cOldPhr34k, Obama's color was one of the few things that made him "glamorous" to voters. I have NO problem having a Black US President; I have a problem with having Obama as US President.

That instant visceral feeling was my "deep mind" telling me Obama would bring misfortune to the US. It's called INTUITION.

It would be later in the campaign that his lack of qualifications (no experience in national or international-level politics, no military experience, no executive experience, no business experience, no significant accomplishments outside his academic degrees) and unsavory associations (Retzko, Rev Wright, Farrakhan, etc.) would surface.

And your jumping to conclusions? Just like someone who is desperate to see his prejudices against women validated.


posted on Dec, 19 2010 @ 02:07 AM

Originally posted by crimvelvet
reply to post by snusfanatic

....maybe they should look into sperm manipulation.

They have.

The USDA funded research. Epicyte in 2001 announced the development of genetically engineered corn which contained a spermicide which made the semen of men who ate it sterile A North Carolina bio-tech company, Biolex acquired Epicyte.

Thanks, Crimvelvet, for that bit of scientific news! Everyone should know this!

posted on Dec, 19 2010 @ 02:07 AM
reply to post by c0ldPhr34k

Well the biology of the scenario begs to differ.
Consider this....
The frozen semen of just 5 men holds enough sperm , and with enough DNA variance to avoid genetic abnormalities, to fertilise the whole world female population of childbearing age. So there go about a few billion males that are surplus to requirements in this scenario.
Until they create artficial wombs, I don't think us women have too much to worry about.
The numbers (and biological reality of it ) are on our side.
Even with depopulation, you still need a certain amount of births to keep the numbers at a stable ratio to avoid total extinction.
I might add, that I totally DISAGREE with the above scenario morally but I'm just sayin'......

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posted on Dec, 19 2010 @ 02:09 AM

Originally posted by bigrex
Riiihgt, I'm sure that's why they sell us plastic water bottles that lower testoserone levels and augment estrogen. Mmm hmm. The testosterone levels of men are so pathetically low these days, THAT's the conspiracy. And women hit puberty so amazingly young today, THAT's the conspiracy. They emasculate men and make a homosexual population that won't reproduce in order to reduce our population. On the front with women, the media portrays men as garbage so much so that women are less likely to want to marry one. Ladies instead opt for careers and seek disposable guys for sex instead of putting out the effort to work on a real relationship. -THAT my friends is what I call a conspiracy.
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Bigrex, that's a very interesting interpretation of things! Worth considering as an explanation.


posted on Dec, 19 2010 @ 02:12 AM

Originally posted by HelionPrime
Priceless OP!

HelionPrime, I'm not sure why you posted the same video twice, but this was HILARIOUS! Thank you.

posted on Dec, 19 2010 @ 02:18 AM

Originally posted by crimvelvet
reply to post by bigrex

-THAT my friends is what I call a conspiracy.

Actually David Rockefeller admitted to something similar to that.

TPTB supported equal rights for women not because they actually supported the concept but because they wanted to suck dry the untapped work potential (wealth) that women represented. Also the Rockefellers have been whole hearted supporters of Eugenics and a great way to keep people from breeding is to have both parents work in cities where an extra mouth is very expensive.

I wish I could find the quote but no such luck.

Crimvelvet, that's a whole different way of looking at what drove the Feminism of the 60's & 70's. I also heard it was a way to destroy the traditional family. I could do a whole riff on that. Children indoctrinated in "State" nurseries. Children from broken homes are more susceptible to cult recruitment -- the cult becomes the family they never had, etc.
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posted on Dec, 19 2010 @ 06:00 AM
reply to post by Flighty

...fertilise the whole world female population of childbearing age. So there go about a few billion males that are surplus to requirements in this scenario....

NOW we know why TPTB granted women "equality" but have not allowed us past the "glass-ceiling" into true leadership.

NOW we know why women are allowed into the military. And surplus men are siphoned off into useless unwinnable wars. Like Vietnam and Afghanistan.

NOW we know why Congress and TPTB useful idiots, like Jane Fonda, do their darnedest to make sure the wars are as long and drawn out and as bloody as possible.

Kill off the young dangerous males and save the docile females (and males) for breeding.

It is a classic very well known strategy.

Genghis Khan's legacy? The Mongol warlord may have left his imprint on the world's DNA

Some 800 years ago, a fearsome, charismatic warrior named Temujin united the nomadic tribes of Mongolia. In 1206, he assumed the title Genghis Khan, often translated as emperor of emperors, and started invading surrounding territories. Massacring many of the people that he conquered, so as to leave no enemies and to strike fear in would-be foes, Genghis Khan ultimately controlled a massive empire ranging from today's Afghanistan across China. His male descendants continued the dynasty for many generations.

It appears that Genghis Khan left a mark on more than history: His influence may persist in the DNA of men today. According to an international team of geneticists, about 1 in 12 men in Asia--and therefore 1 in 200 men worldwide--carry a form of the Y chromosome that originated in Mongolia nearly 1,000 years ago. Today's unusual prevalence of this chromosomal variant is most likely the result of Genghis Khan's military success, the investigators say. Even more provocatively, the researchers suggest that Genghis Khan himself had this particular version of the Y....

...Statistics provided by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) indicated that only 2 percent of top level management jobs and 5 percent of corporate board positions were held by women as of 1987. The failure of more women and minorities to crack the upper levels of corporate management is due to the glass ceiling....

On March 8, 1995, the commission voted to accept the final report.... the final report characterized as firmly in place as a barrier to the advancement of women and minorities in upper management positions at three levels—government, business, and society....

The well connected White Male is STILL in charge except for a few carefully chosen "Tokens" like Obama.

Obama's Mama, Stanley Ann was a research coordinator at the Devon Bank of Chicago and a program officer for the Ford Foundation. Stanley Ann worked with Peter Geithner, Treasury Secretary Geithner’s father. Peter Geithner was in charge of the“microfinance” programs developed in Indonesia by Stanley Ann. Geithner, working for the Ford Foundation, opened China's first foreign NGO. Peter Geithner also worked for the Rockefeller Foundation, and the China Center for Economic Research (Peking University).

SO much for Obama's POOR "underprivileged" background. Well groomed puppet is more like it.

posted on Dec, 19 2010 @ 06:38 AM
reply to post by SeaWind

Crimvelvet, that's a whole different way of looking at what drove the Feminism of the 60's & 70's. I also heard it was a way to destroy the traditional family. I could do a whole riff on that. Children indoctrinated in "State" nurseries. Children from broken homes are more susceptible to cult recruitment -- the cult becomes the family they never had, etc.

Oh, boy that would not be hard to do.

Do not forget the trumped up "Child Abuse" hysteria fanned by the Propaganda arm of TPTB. The hysteria was used by the US government as an excuse for regulating and controlling present day childcare.

Add in John Dewey's deliberate Dumbing Down America to form happy little brainwashed socialists and you have the undermining of the influence of parents on their children:

"Give me the child until he is seven and I care not who has him thereafter." - the Jesuits

These are two examples from states where I have lived:

In the "FELLS ACRE" case, the prosecuting attorney road the case to an excellent political career. When the children involved, grown to adulthood, recanted their testimony stating the family was innocent, he made sure there was no retrial. It caused a big stink in MA but of course the damage was long since done.


"In the Little Rascals day-care-abuse case in North Carolina, one mother told reporters that it took 10 months before her child was able to "reveal" the molestation. No one at the time considered the idea that the child might have been remarkably courageous to persist in telling the truth for so long." - Carol Tavris

In excess of 90 children accused a total of 20 adults with 429 instances of child sexual abuse in a day care center in Edenton NC. Among the alleged perpetrators were the sheriff and mayor....

It would appear that in this case, the memories of abuse were accidentally implanted by sincere Edenton therapists who believed in the reality of Satanic ritual abuse. The out-of-town therapists, who had no such belief system, found no abuse at all


"...more than 20 witnesses testified that their open access to the facility precluded the secret activities described by the children..." Two Superior Court judges have taken highly unusual positions expressing deep doubts about the events at Fells Acres." James M. Shannon, former Attorney General of Massachusetts.

...After the family was imprisoned child psychologists began to realize that very young children can be easily coaxed to disclose stories of abuse that never happened....

Violet died of cancer [in jail] in 1997. Gerald continues to rot in jail. [probation due in 2003]

posted on Dec, 19 2010 @ 07:11 AM

Originally posted by Hefficide
reply to post by c0ldPhr34k

It's obvious you've never been married. If you had been you'd know who's really in control of half the stuff men do.


Ha, ha...So true!

To the original poster, women being held down has nothing to do with the NWO's plans. Women are literally "held down" because men are physically stronger. That's the only reason.

But women, in my opinion, are much smarter than men because they can gain power without the use of force.

Women are the life force of the species. I truly believe that women came BEFORE men. Men are just a mutation that was created to protect the species from predators, just like drone bees protect the queen.

posted on Dec, 19 2010 @ 08:07 AM
Not that it does not change over time, but the two largest land owners in the world are the Queen of England, and the Queen of The Netherlands.

When Rothschild took over most of the wealth, it did not included these two and a few others.

posted on Dec, 19 2010 @ 08:17 AM
reply to post by windwaker

To the original poster, women being held down has nothing to do with the NWO's plans. Women are literally "held down" because men are physically stronger. That's the only reason.

But women, in my opinion, are much smarter than men because they can gain power without the use of force.

As I explained to my EX who decided to become physically abusive (he was already mentally abusive) - You have to sleep some time...

A bucket of Ice water dumped over his head while he was sleeping convinced him I meant it. (I was on my way out the door - permanently)

posted on Dec, 19 2010 @ 09:02 AM
reply to post by SeaWind

Plus, not all guys take that bait. Besides, I think "truth"as far as a society goes involves demagogues spouting beliefs, people wearing the costumes, and behavior eventually sticks. Sure, this is caught up in the parameters of genetics, but the social dialogue does drastically change things. The only time a woman's beauty has power over a man is either when he is too stupid or lazy or when he enjoys the enchantment. Just like a man's presence can trick a woman if she is naive or lazy enough, or if she enjoys getting wet from the experience. We really are simple creatures at both core and foundation.

To the OP, both women and men have flawed systems of behavior. Man's has classically been based on a foundational pyramid meritocracy and/or how well connected one is. Women's has been core, in that everything revolved around them (and that extension of them, their children). This has changed quite a bit, but this is my classical interpretation. of course, there have always been those against the grain. Masculine rule = pyramidal BS. Feminine rule = I am the center of the drama. Again, classical systems that do not necessarily apply to individuals today. Combine the two, and you get a system that revolves around the one at the top of the pyramid. People, men and women, need to get over their power lust. But I don't think we ever will. Even the diatribe against power gives one power. There is no escaping it. So there, both men and women suck. But greys are boring.

BTW, just try to find postings online from 10 years back online and see how much views have changed. Most people, men and women, ride the wave. A few clever bastards and bitches behind the scenes created earthquakes under the sea that created these waves. People, both men and women, have surprisingly little power over the expectations put upon them. It is only through proactive behavior that these expectations might change decades down the road. Of course, bold people don't give a damn, and they act as if they are already living in the future.

posted on Dec, 19 2010 @ 09:18 AM
reply to post by crimvelvet

Wow, I did the same to my ex. I dumped water on her face while she was sleeping. I told her that she obviously liked to dream about fluids in her face (she got some outside of the relationship), so I obliged her by fulfilling her fantasies. We were the epitome of a healthy relationship. Plus, she threw random objects at me. But I didn't dare touch her, because I don't believe in it and I also would have been strung up by a tree. It doesn't help when you laugh at an abusive spouse either. They don't like that. I got a nice bruise from some heavy platform shoes once for laughing at one of her borderline abusive tirades.

posted on Dec, 19 2010 @ 09:32 AM
reply to post by crimvelvet

Very interesting...

I'd heard about the Khan thing but had no idea of the percentage.

I don't however think that white men in general are in charge.
That's just from what I've seen in my own environment and life.
On a whole, it could very well be different, as you say.

There are a very select FEW but generally, I do believe that women and minorities have etched at the average white males power base (the workforce and therefore the $$$) and diminished it over the last few decades.
I think the average middle and lower socio economic white male has it as hard as we do when it comes to getting a legs up into the higher echelons of business and into those positions above the glass ceiling.

If they don't have the right education, connections and background (breeding?) I think they also are locked out.

posted on Dec, 19 2010 @ 10:08 AM
reply to post by SaturnFX

We will never get to be what we choose to be unless we all become transhumanists. Then, we are all androgynous. Imagine a bunch of Marilyn Mansons running around. A certain set of memes will always rule the day. people can be themselves to a certain extent, but to believe that one doesn't have to get with the program to a certain extent is delusional (not saying this is your belief) This is a very controversial view, but I believe women have already achieved equality. I think that now many of the privileges of being in a subordinate position will now start slowly being eradicated. They got the rights. They will now start getting more and more of the responsibilities (they already have started to). A certain whiny attitude is acceptable when one is powerless. It becomes, well, unbecoming, when it is clearly just yet another tool of manipulation. Men of yesteryear are also having to stop playing the chain-of-command card. It is soooo unalpha. Of course, this whole post is general and does not apply to individuals. Merely showing a pattern I see.

posted on Dec, 19 2010 @ 10:10 AM
reply to post by c0ldPhr34k

Where do I start? First, I must thank you for the hearty laugh, OP. I just got around to reading this thread, and I rarely chuckle so hard first thing in the morning. Also, hats off to those who responded with strategic humour – sometimes something strikes you as so inconceivable all you can do is laugh.

After thoughtful reflection on your diatribe, however, my mood has changed to more of a detached disillusionment with the words you’ve chosen to commit to cyberspace.

Though you’re entitled to your opinion, you have my sympathy on several levels for the majority of what you’ve put forth in this thread. Nevermind NWO and their tactics; what you’re doing here is limiting yourself in absolutes, and the reason the battle of the sexes garners so much input both here and elsewhere. One doesn’t get too far without the other where opposites are concerned: male/female; weak/strong; logic/emotion; exalted/oppressed… Your words lack the appreciation of balance. Your argument is weak and your examples are the most banal and common sort of cherry-picking.

Reflect, research, and more importantly re-examine your narrow position. You are limiting yourself if you truly believe the words you espouse here. Good luck.

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posted on Dec, 19 2010 @ 10:16 AM
Reminds me of an episode of South Park. All the dudes became homo's to stop the future's from being born and coming back in time looking for work. DEYTUKERJOBS!

posted on Dec, 19 2010 @ 10:37 AM
I skipped the whole discussion just to reply to you quick.

OP is seriously sexist, come on... chicks are nice!

You go out with a couple of buddies, check some of them out, maybe get laid with one... What's not to like about it? Not everything has to do with the TPTB

Chillax!!!! It's just the opposite sex, or do you wish you could be them so could be more oppressed so that you can "rise up" and you know show the whole world how much powah you need to rise up since you're female or whatnot.

You know, OP, for your thread starter, I don't really get much information from it except that woman and dumb and stupid. yeah right, I've known a few in my life that prove otherwise

posted on Dec, 19 2010 @ 11:01 AM
I don't think ANYONE should be "attacking" he whom wrote this thread. If you put aside all your so-called "pride" for either side of the human species and just look at the bare-bone way of life, and how things have gone down since the start of this country, where women have been treated lesser for many years within our culture, it he really does make some points that spark thought. Don't be destructive, be productive and connect the dots, don't fire shots. OP is just trying to share his connecting the dots and he has ever right to do so, especially with the fact that he has some remotely decent accuracy with doing so. I see what he's trying to get at here.

posted on Dec, 19 2010 @ 11:34 AM
Queen of England. Hillary Clinton. Just to name a few.
JFK was a good president, which is why he was assassinated - not 19th century.
While some of this may be true, my woman inspires me to do things.
You have a point, if you want to keep population controlled you would first focus on the source: women. Some of the argument may be seen as very sexist, which the elite may be, but it's a tough stance you take on this. Perhaps a little bit of women's history might change your views though.

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