Awesome post, somewhereinchina. I'm jealous that you would know 500 people who believed and felt as strongly as you did. Sometimes I feel like I'm
alone with the knowledge. People think I'm a looney or they just don't want to hear it because it's too scary/weird. That's why I love this site;
it's a place where like minds can meet and learn and vent. And 110 points to you for actually getting out there and trying to do something.
shotgunjoe, I know how you feel. I was depressed for weeks after I started to gain an insight into what's really going on. This, and other similar
sites' value lies in their ability to educate people and wake people up. If that is the seed of a future uprising/revolution/whatever you want to
call it, then great. In the meantime at the least you can learn more and be prepared.
The problem with individuals is that they are...well...individuals. If there was a "NWO Resistance Group" (NWORG?) started up in my neighbourhood,
I'd join up today. The problem with fighting the NWO is that you are fighting from within their system.
They are just too big and too
unreachable. They control it all from the top down. If you try to fight them through government and legal channels, you can't win because they
control those channels. If you try to get the message out through the media, you can't because they own it all. If you try to fight them on the
street as somewhereinchina did, you get arrested according to the laws that they created.
I have read supposed transcripts from a highly-placed medical doctor in the sixties that lectured once to his colleagues. His lecture spelled out
their whole plan for the planting of diseases in over-populated countries, abortion legalization, promotion of promiscuity through media and pop
culture, and on and on. He said that he was just a small cog in the wheel and that he could tell them about this for two reasons:
1. No one would believe those present if they told others.
2. Even if a few people DID believe, it wouldn't matter because the plans had already been in motion for centuries and everything was controlled.
They could not make a difference and they could not stop it.
The VAST VAST majority of people will either never believe in anything other than what the mainstream media tells them. A good portion of intelligent
people have an inkling that something is going on, but that's too scary and comfort-shattering to believe in, so they prefer denial. And those of us
who are left vainly try to convince others of the truth sometimes even end up doubting our own convictions in the face of it all. It's hard to look
out your window at the people walking by, at the soccer-moms taking their kids to practice, at the system that is ripe and ready to fall to the NWO
and then say, "I'm going to go and start protesting now to stop the New World Order." But by the time the army is knocking at your door to take you
away to the camp because you're a suspected terrorist, well, it's too late to resist then.
So, I guess the only hope is that some great person will rise up before it's too late and educate people and organize a great movement. We out-number
them, and all the police and all the soldiers by millions to one.
But somehow I doubt that's going to happen, and if various religiouns'
prohecies are true, then only the Messiah can do that. Otherwise you can only hope that you picked the right deity to believe in and try to do as much
good as you can before the end.
Here endeth the rant.
Edit: Grammar, spelling
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