Originally posted by Skippy1138
reply to post by ProtoplasmicTraveler
I don't get why if he was a "NWO stooge" he would be bashing the NWO? Just trying to to understand a little more what you're saying....
Because it's the easiest way to present something people don't want to hear or believe. What do we really have here? A guy warning of us of
something the other people on the show won't even consider or begin to take seriously.
Yet here is the rub, if the other two people on the show don't even believe it, or take it seriously, and they represent the networks opinion, why
would you even have a show about it?
Only if you wanted people to consider the possibility it is real.
Of course though you have to present it in a way that you are denouncing it, and that's what they are doing it all the way around, by either McDonald
denouncing it, or Buchanon and the other guest dismissing it out of hand and denying it.
So why would you want people to consider the possibility is real?
Because people are going to be in opposition to it, so they have to be gradually exposed to it and made aware of it.
So let's look at this a bit more in this way, it would have been much easier for the average American to side with Buchanon and dismiss it out of
hand 25 years ago when the interview aired.
Now fast foward 25 years and we can see that yes, we are a whole lot closer to these things coming to pass, and a lot fewer Americans would deny that
Yet at the same time most of the Americans who have become aware of this grand conspiracy have to a large extent resigned themselves to the belief
that it's inevitible that these people are too smart, to rich, to powerful, corrupted too many things already to ever roll it back and stop it.
In other words they are being gradually conditioned to accept it.
Accept it through a staged process where the vilian never comes out and says this is what I am going to do, try to stop me.
It's always the guy denouncing it, and the guy saying oh that's just crazy talk, all brought to you by a big corporate interest/media that is almost
always as in this case part of the CFR therefor part of the conspiracy.
So ask yourself a simple question, why would a 'serious' tv show like Crossfire have on a guest that the other guests don't believe and think is
crazy about a conspiracy that they and in essence the network say doesn't even exist?
It's not a comedy show or 'wierd news' show.
what it is, is TV Programming, program being the key word there.
The man is most likely programming people to begin accepting the New World Order, as part of the New World Order.
I could be wrong, but the way he presented it all was so calm, so without a pulse, so casual and matter of fact, that he did in some ways seem to be
'happily' presenting it as a fact.
That just simply makes me suspicious and well, that's my thinking and how I think.