posted on Aug, 29 2012 @ 12:03 AM
Despite everyone seeming to agree on the evilness of a new world order...
The devil's advocate in me kind of likes the idea.
It seems a perfect world will have to be united. or at least begin then.
united religion, economy, government. any one of these things would improve the situation as it is.
and nations (like the united states) will lose sovereignty. that seems like a bad idea right? Well dosnt sovereignty separate us? make us compete
against other nations? compete for wealth and resources? meaning less for another nation?
Why does this logic "united we stand, divided we fall" only apply to united states citizens, when referencing the united states? when there is an
entire world of other peoples.
OK granted, "The ends justify the means" is an evil outlook.
Granted, the Rothschild seeming to want to control all peoples for their own gain. thats evil.
but isnt this just shooting themselves in the foot? i would assume changing the world for better would be much easier with a united world. after the
evil banks conquer all nations, only then are we 1 step closer to not even NEEDING money. fighting for changes to our 1 nation seems to have no effect
on the bigger picture, even if our 1 nation revolutions are successful.
Or how about this conspiracy:
what if the Rothschilds and all banks are just tools for an even more controlling group? to unite the world. using the tool of money as thats what
makes the world goes round, in the long run wont be needed at all.
so then all the evil bankers and politicians are really the ones being fooled arent they?
I realize the many things people are angry about, transition is hard. but there are so many bigger pictures it seems.
and i can hardly hate the means, just because in my lifetime, i wont get to experience the wonderful ends.
Dont get me wrong please. I am still on the fence about many things. still studying many conspiracies.
it just came to a conclusion, that perhaps, all the evils in the world are unaware that they are the tools of change. that what they do they wont
truly benefit from, but instead all of humanity will reek eventual rewards for it.