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Bush1 = NWO Bush2 = NWO2

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posted on Nov, 19 2004 @ 09:08 PM
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One of the reasons Bush Sr (Bush1) wasn't very popular was his constant reference to the New World Order. This riled a lot of conspiracists and patriots, and with the acts of Waco and Ruby Ridge under Clinton, fears of the NWO were very strong in this country, leading to the creation of citizen militias in almost every state.

Under Clinton we had the soft touch for awhile in light of the disastrous Bush1 approach to bringing the NWO with his explicitness about the plot. The country started taking approach two, or plan B, in which the NWO could be achieved by nationalising the country instead of internationalising it. During Clinton years we forgot about the NWO with domestic-sponsored terrorsim which helped melt the militias through defamation (OK City) and start the perception that the enemy was external (Islamic terror).

NWO2 got into high gear with the internationally-coordinated attacks on 9/11 and a marked increase in attacks on US civil liberties concurring with patriotic zeal. The US is being used to secure Central Asia through force or diplomacy as well as the Middle East. Once this is accomplished or concurring with it, the international bankers and coordinators of the NWO will cause international monetary collapse, at which time desperate populations will be better prepared to lead, follow, or get out of the way.

The Bush1 approach, internationalism, failed flat. The Bush2 approach, after the use of 'good cop' Clinton, using patriotism and nationalism, is working much better.




posted on Nov, 20 2004 @ 11:47 PM
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Question!!!
If American Ideals are supposed in an NWO ideal, why should America be opposed to it. For 200+ years the constitution has given this country more properity then any nation across the world. Whay change what ain't broke??



 
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