A lot of people in the Western world are 'waking' up, you only have to look at the numbers of protestors at the NATO summit in Chicago to see the
extent of people who are beginning to question the world and who runs it. Veterans giving away military medals in protest of the Iraq and Afghan wars
couldn't be a stronger symbol of opposing the NWO and the murder and suffering it imposes around the world.
We can condemn NATO for bombing countries, we can argue these 'humanitarian' wars are paving a way for oil contracts, we can say how evil the 'elites'
are, those who profit from war and fund the propaganda machines to convince us these wars are helping people in order to justify waging them. We can
see the truth, and talk about it, but are we prepared to act on this knowledge?
We drive cars to get to work, we rely on cars for transport. The truth we must acknowledge is that we are married to this system. The very oil
contracts being set up through murder and exploitation in foreign lands gives us the petrol that drives our cars. People in Britain pay the highest
tax on petrol in the world, and we happily pay it. Is this not hypocrisy?
Our very way of life is built on the expolitation of others, wars to make way for oil contracts, slave labour in clothing factories, the plunder of
Africa for materials, and yet we all buy into this system. It's like cringing at the slaughter of pigs then eating a bacon sandwich hours later. Or
drinking a pint of milk despite the horrendous suffering dairy cows have to endure in their lifetime. It's 'easier' to forget and put the blinkers of
ignorance back on once we sign off the internet.
I'm guilty of it too, I'm sitting in a comfy chair typing this whilst people are dying around the world of starvation, Africa is the richest continent
in the world, yet we keep the people divided and killing each other, we fund dictators to supress the people from getting the resources that are
theirs. Our comfortable life is built on the starvation and killing of millions of people every year.
The only way the world can ever change for the better is if people stop buying into the system. But we are too comfortable? Not many people will
like this, and I actually believe many people remain ignorant to the truths because deep down they know their way of life is built on this awful
I'm not prepared to give up my job to make a change, because I need to eat. We can hate this system as much as we like but we rely on it to survive.
So even with people 'waking' up, what could we possibly do? The entire world is built on this model of exploitation, we rely so heavily on it, what
could the possible alternatives be?
If the world is ever to change, it would come at great sacrifice for people in the West, our comfortable lives are built on the current model. People
may disagree and say our way of life is bad, but as I've argued many times, we are free to travel, go the beach, go the cinema, walk the dog, go on
the internet, say what we want, do what we want within the rules of society. Yes, we live under rules and pay taxes, but again, what is the
alternative? Imagine society with no law of the land, no hospitals or police, no street lights, no schools, it would be chaos. Again, we rely on our
Personally, when I step back and look at the sheer level of control, how ignorant the masses are to some of the realities, the exploitation and
suffering around the world, the consumerist based society of the west, increasingly brainwashing education, military power that defends the elites,
the entire world is under their control, could humans be so dedicated to a cause at this level or is something else at work? It sounds like a
ridiculous notion but some of the elites have more than enough money to ever need more, if it is no longer about money but pure control, that makes me
feel it is something outside of human capability. The dedication to the cause of total control over the ENTIRE planet, it's almost as though humans
are pawns in this game.
Got a bit off track there
, my main question is, are we prepared as a society to go against the NWO, or are we too comfortable and reliant on the
system? Even if we wanted to make a difference, could we? Given the sheer progression of TPTB in regards to total control, could we even make a
difference if we adopted a strategy of non compliance?
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