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{Must-Watch} Ron Paul Exposes United Nations Plan to Destroy US and Take Over the World

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posted on Aug, 9 2012 @ 02:48 PM
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Originally posted by TheMindWar
Anyone or any organisation that has delusions of ruling the world is a tyranny, period.



They already do, where have you been sleeping, under a rock? MOST of the major corporations are directly tied to each other, which are then directly tied to their financiers, then directly attributed to a small-numbered yet incredibly rich set of corporations. In other words this is already the case. The entire global control grid looks like a ball of yarn a kitten could play with, ties from corporation to corporation with a large global entity at the tip-top of this multi-layer onion mess. Only a few major players control everything, by pulling strings in boardrooms, stockholdings, funding, etc. This is all well known now.

There is almost no independence from this system currently.


The only delusion you can have is to deny it exists!




posted on Aug, 9 2012 @ 02:51 PM
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Everyone has a finger of blame to point to why they've failed to achieve their targets and goals. Those who actually achieve targets and goals need no finger to point to blame and can use that finger for more productive means.



posted on Aug, 9 2012 @ 03:46 PM
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Originally posted by Jean Paul Zodeaux
Everyone has a finger of blame to point to why they've failed to achieve their targets and goals. Those who actually achieve targets and goals need no finger to point to blame and can use that finger for more productive means.


The world is corrupt, so are you suggesting we achieve peace in a overwhelmingly corrupt world without the concept of accountability?



posted on Aug, 9 2012 @ 03:55 PM
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I cannot even begin to imagine how it was you extrapolated that from what I said. Blaming others and the concept of accountability are two entirely different things. Indeed, more times than not those pointing their fingers of blame usually avoid accepting responsibility for their own actions, and instead blame others for why they couldn't achieve their targets and goals. For those who like to blame it is not uncommon when the blame falls on their shoulders to make the excuse that it was not their intention to do what it was they did, or didn't do, asking everyone else to stand by the intentions they themselves failed to do. How is that accountability?



posted on Aug, 10 2012 @ 03:53 AM
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Originally posted by DaTroof
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*sigh*

This is the type of ass-backwards thinking Ron Paul and the John Birch Society desire.

Peaceful operations COULD be masquerading tyranny, so let's never try for peace and instead keep a world separated by invisible lines and nationalism.

DERP!



Anyone who isn't a nationalist to their own nation is a traitor. Traitors should not only not be taken seriously, but should be thrown in jail.



posted on Aug, 10 2012 @ 08:00 AM
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Originally posted by korathin
Anyone who isn't a nationalist to their own nation is a traitor. Traitors should not only not be taken seriously, but should be thrown in jail.


This is not true
Germans who didn't want to join the nazis were true traitors?

See your perspective is what the other poster thinks when rational skeptics speak
That's why he keeps mentioning the word nationalism and isolationism

Because he's been exposed to perhaps too many people like you that he doesn't know what the two words mean anymore
The person you are responding to has absolutely no idea what isolationism is and the word nationalism has become quite abstract, but at the end of the day if you are not into nationalism it doesn't mean you are a traitor.
And if you think they should go to jail then North Korea is your country!





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