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Originally posted by SrWingCommander
reply to post by anoncoholic
Interesting thought. I only seen one real flaw in your thinking. And that is, (assuming that there is a NWO or whatever plotting to take over, I am not entirely convinced of that), why would they need to justify it???
Whether they goad the people into it with "leaks" and false truths, or they just do it, does it really matter? The end result is the same. The only difference is if the people "start it" first, I suppose they could get a pseudo justification that way,, But as things get worse, others would join in. Either way, there is an "insurgency" and there is "martilal law".
Originally posted by Asktheanimals
What it amounts to is a foreclosure agreement that China will sign on to giving them unlimited powers in the US and access to any power, water, resources and infrastructure they deem necessary.
This is scarier than NAFTA, GATT and the PATRIOT ACT all rolled in to one. It will usher in the NWO through corporate feudalism. Expect the USD to be dropped as the worlds reserve currency and replaced by a basket of currencies (yuan, remnibi, precious metals).
There is a thread existing on this treaty here - www.abovetopsecret.com...
I think this story needs to be spread far and wide.
Originally posted by OhZone
So when these corporations own and control everything and we are all dirt-poor, how are they going to make money?
Seems logical that if everyone is poor they will not have money to buy whatever it is the corps are selling.
As feifs we have very little to give them.
In our old middle class prosperity we had a lot to give them.
Democratising Global Governance:
The Challenges of the World Social Forum
This paper sums up the debate that took place during the two round tables organized by UNESCO within the first World Social Forum in Porto Alegre (25/30 January 2001). It starts with a discussion of national processes, by examining democracy and then governance at the national level. It first states a case for a "joint" governance based on a combination of stakeholder theory, which is derived from corporate governance, and of UNESCO's priorities in the field of governance. As an example, the paper investigates how governance can deviate from democracy in the East Asian model. Subsequently, the global dimension of the debate on democracy and governance is examined, first by identification of the characteristics and agents of democracy in the global setting, and then by allusion to the difficulties of transposing governance to the global level.
Originally posted by ElectricUniverse
Welcome to the One World socialist/fascist Government