posted on Apr, 3 2012 @ 12:01 AM
There are many trends to be taken into account, regardless of whether a concentrated group of TPTB, such as the Illuminati or NWO agents, are
attempting to steer the masses into further enslavement...
In this, the "age of terrorism," major laws are passing, with each more ridiculous than the last. The NDAA of 2012 is a pretty well-known recent act
for example. Assuming it's not prematurely overthrown in the pending court actions against it, it's only a matter of time before a president
attempts to harness the authority granted in section 1021 on a large scale domestically. The Trespass Bill is another one recently signed. These
accumulating laws are blatantly violating the natural rights outlined by our constitution, and many people are becoming aware of this trend alongside
those who have been trying to warn us for the past two decades.
The government's starting to crackdown on sovereign citizens and true patriots labeling them as terrorists, or "homegrown terrorism" as they like
to call it. Movements like the Tea Party and OWS are at the public forefront of popular dissent at the moment, and with the Trespass Bill in mind, the
upcoming NATO Summit is an event to keep an eye on.
There is also the growing trend of teen pregnancy; younger generations reproducing at a growing rate. The percentage of youth in the population is
expanding exponentially into the decades to come, I presume, and we all know the rebellious nature of youth in general.
Meanwhile, the separation of income and overall quality of life between upper and lower classes is also growing. Officials claim we are in economic
"recovery," while those without jobs stand for alarming numbers, and despite some recovery in other areas, jobs have been at a slightly bumpy
plateau. Those who are finding work are being forced to accept lower standard wages while the cost of living and inflation are steady rising.
We also find ourselves in the age of mass communication. With the current worldwide controversy over Iran's nuclear program, while nation's
officials are babbling about war and such, citizens from all over the world are reaching out to one another in opposition to said hostility. Which
leads us to more current and coming legislation trying to put a snake-hold on the internet and social media.
Tensions are rising, and the potential for a huge peak will be at hand and building beyond 2012 should nothing significant occur. It does stand that
tension could just steadily burn itself out over time, but no one should fail to be on their toes in the coming decade.
Apathy is not a wise friend in these times.