posted on Aug, 12 2002 @ 08:54 AM
You can't stop ANYTHING until you know what it is.
The (in my opinion, "mythical") NWO is a good example. Let's compare "stopping the NWO" with "Stopping Al-Qaida" as an example of what I'm
What groups are in it? Depending on who you ask, you get lots of lists with different people. No two lists agree unless someone's just copying from
Who heads it? You get all sorts of answers, depending on the source.
How is it funded? Nobody has a clue, though there are a thousand different answers.
Where is it located? Nobody seems to know. Some say FEMA headquarters, others say lots of other places.
What are its plans? They blame everything from falling stock prices to bad weather patterns on the NWO.
Now... what information is there to show you who to approach and what to organize against? Exactly nothing.
Compare this to a REAL organization -- Al Qaida:
What groups are in it? None. It's a group into itself. It has ties to several (known) terrorist organizations and gets its funding from a number
of "charities" and investments. The information here is ALL consistant, and from many sources.
Who heads it? Osama bin Ladin. Confirmed from many sources, no other leader mentioned though subchiefs are mentioned. There is a consistancy in
the information, no matter if the source is friendly to bin Ladin or hostile to him.
How is it funded? Again, known sources, including charities and investments. There's a consistancy to this information, too.
What are its plans? They see America as a threat to their world vision (this has been stated by them repeatedly, it's been published in thousands of
sources ever since the 1980's, bin Ladin himself has been interviewed dozens of times and he keeps saying that America is the enemy because it's
culturally corrupting the world) and they want to destroy America.
Thousands of independant confirmations, and the information is easily checked. Most of it is completely consistant.
That's the difference.