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Have the Hillbillies gone AWOL?

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posted on Nov, 20 2004 @ 07:16 PM
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If you ever read up on The Grove then you know "Hillbillies" refers to the North American unit of the New World Order. Your Bushes and such.

I've been unable to come up with enough evidence to either support or deny the idea that the Hillbillies are snubbing their nose up at the NWO and going it alone. I wanted to get other's thoughts on it. Do you think this whole multi-theater war thing is part of the broader NWO plan or do you think the Hillbillies have gone rouge and are taking care of things to make the U.S. the "U.N. with bite"?




posted on Nov, 20 2004 @ 08:10 PM
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I do recall reading that the Rothchilds and the NWO crowd were less than pleased with George's re-election - they were practically livid in fact. --Sorry I don't have a link to the piece, I will see if I can find it.

But it does seem that he is at odds with too much of the world to be a 'one world' figure.



posted on Nov, 20 2004 @ 08:27 PM
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Since Bush is a Christian, his thinking now runs counter to the NWO objective. I think he will tolerate his former masters but he won't participate with his whole heart.

"Choose this day whom you will serve"



posted on Nov, 20 2004 @ 08:28 PM
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Originally posted by frayed1
I do recall reading that the Rothchilds and the NWO crowd were less than pleased with George's re-election - they were practically livid in fact. --Sorry I don't have a link to the piece, I will see if I can find it.

But it does seem that he is at odds with too much of the world to be a 'one world' figure.



He is at odds and that may just be a ruse to form division lines. You see these lines more solid every day. France, Germany and Russia. Australia, U.K. and the U.S., Russia and China, China and Iran, etc.. The election also made a clean split in the U.S. So much so people are talking about Civil War. This would all play into an NWO plan to take the U.S. out of the picture as a super power.

However, it just might be that case that the hillbillies decided to preempt their plan and stop the upcoming nuclear powers. Iran, Syria, and N. Korea. Supposedly, the NWO plan was to put in Kerry. Kerry would then ease up on the whole axis of evil thing giving enough time for these other countries to get their nuclear programs up to speed. Or that could just be disinfo to give the pro-war people ammo.

Really though, if the hillbillies don't do something that works really soon I'd have to go with idea that it's all part of the greater strategy to bring down the U.S.. And could the other NWO factions be so dumb to not think the Bush krew would steal the election? If they wanted him out of the white house all they would need is a grassy knoll.

It's all just conjecture and wishful thinking anyway.



posted on Nov, 20 2004 @ 10:32 PM
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Originally posted by Elron1024
Since Bush is a Christian, his thinking now runs counter to the NWO objective. I think he will tolerate his former masters but he won't participate with his whole heart.

"Choose this day whom you will serve"


I have my doubts as to Bush's Christianity. He's not 100% pro-life and he's okay with same-sex civil unions.

I got something in the mail from America First Party. They endorsed the Constitution Party candidate as they weren't fielding a presidential candidate this year. Their platforms are similar. At any rate, on their literature, they claim that Republicans deliver what the Democrats promise. And I think they're right.



posted on Nov, 20 2004 @ 10:36 PM
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Originally posted by Amethyst
I have my doubts as to Bush's Christianity. He's not 100% pro-life and he's okay with same-sex civil unions.



I know a lot of Christians who are pro-choice and have no problems with homosexuals getting married. Shouldn't we leave the judging to God?



posted on Nov, 20 2004 @ 10:44 PM
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Originally posted by ShadowHasNoSource
So much so people are talking about Civil War. This would all play into an NWO plan to take the U.S. out of the picture as a super power.



The people talking about Civil war are doing just that Talking and they are not going to anything more then talk.

Look at the militias in the US and I can tell you there aint many liberals in thier ranks. These are not the type of people to start any kind of war but they do alot of whinning.



posted on Nov, 20 2004 @ 10:47 PM
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Originally posted by ShadowXIX
Look at the militias in the US and I can tell you there aint many liberals in thier ranks. These are not the type of people to start any kind of war but they do alot of whinning.


Since when was being able to start a war a good quality to have?



posted on Nov, 20 2004 @ 10:52 PM
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Originally posted by Lecky
Since when was being able to start a war a good quality to have?


Im not saying its a good quality to have but it comes in handy when you want to start a Civil War.



posted on Nov, 21 2004 @ 06:42 PM
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there aint many liberals in thier ranks. These are not the type of people to start any kind of war but they do alot of whinning.


Can we please have a discussion about something without you having to jump in with the same tired bs?????? This thread is not about that topic
!!!!! Besides most of the supposed " civil war" jargon seems to come from the conservatives who presume to know everyone eles's minds....BTW I don't whine...I scream.

This is supposed to be about the possible conflict between our president and the NWO, remember?



[edit on 21-11-2004 by frayed1]



posted on Nov, 21 2004 @ 07:20 PM
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Originally posted by frayed1
I do recall reading that the Rothchilds and the NWO crowd were less than pleased with George's re-election - they were practically livid in fact. --Sorry I don't have a link to the piece, I will see if I can find it.


I would have a hard time defining anyone as a viable NWO organization if they can't even get their candidate into office. I would consider that the basic standard of the NWO.



posted on Nov, 21 2004 @ 09:30 PM
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In June, Edwards was invited to Bilderburg conferance to debate with Ralph Reed. Soon after, he was chosen to be the Democratic candidate for Vice President. The morning after the election, Edwards was the one trying to convince Kerry not to concede victory to Bush. He was adamant about it.

Now, conspiracy minded people could put those two together and come to the conclusion that Edwards knew something that the rest of us didn't. That Kerry was supposed to win and something went seriously wrong.
One could also surmise that Bush is getting rid of any globalists in the CIA, because they're not loyal to him, but rather another entity.

If you believe that sort of thing.



posted on Nov, 21 2004 @ 09:55 PM
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Originally posted by brimstone735
In June, Edwards was invited to Bilderburg conferance to debate with Ralph Reed. Soon after, he was chosen to be the Democratic candidate for Vice President. The morning after the election, Edwards was the one trying to convince Kerry not to concede victory to Bush. He was adamant about it.

Now, conspiracy minded people could put those two together and come to the conclusion that Edwards knew something that the rest of us didn't. That Kerry was supposed to win and something went seriously wrong.
One could also surmise that Bush is getting rid of any globalists in the CIA, because they're not loyal to him, but rather another entity.

If you believe that sort of thing.




Interesting. If I were one to believe this sort of thing I would probably cheer the hillbillies on for trying to thwart the globalist agenda. However, I would have to wonder what the ultimate Hillbilly agenda is. If the current laws being enacted against the citizens of the U.S. are any indication it can't be too benevolent. If these laws are merely a distraction for the less aware while they play out their game I could possibly let it slide.

It does look like Bush's second term is focusing on nuclear disarmament.

Maybe they are rogue. The inauguration is about to set a precedent in security. Are they really scared of left wing nut jobs or something else? Or is all merely show to get Americans used to that level of security.

Or maybe they are being allowed to go rouge as it still plays into the hands of the globalists (the bankers). That is, of course, if such wild and crazy ideas such as the NWO were real.


df1

posted on Nov, 21 2004 @ 11:07 PM
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Jed, Jethro, Ellie May and granny will live forever. At least in reruns... And aren't they the only hillbillies that really matter?



posted on Nov, 21 2004 @ 11:50 PM
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Originally posted by Lecky

Originally posted by Amethyst
I have my doubts as to Bush's Christianity. He's not 100% pro-life and he's okay with same-sex civil unions.



I know a lot of Christians who are pro-choice and have no problems with homosexuals getting married. Shouldn't we leave the judging to God?


I doubt their Christianity as well. God has ALREADY said the shedding of innocen blood (which is what abortion is) and homosexuality are abominations.

So that's not really up for debate. A good Christian would turn to the Bible.



posted on Nov, 22 2004 @ 12:08 AM
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Originally posted by Amethyst

Originally posted by Lecky

Originally posted by Amethyst
I have my doubts as to Bush's Christianity. He's not 100% pro-life and he's okay with same-sex civil unions.



I know a lot of Christians who are pro-choice and have no problems with homosexuals getting married. Shouldn't we leave the judging to God?


I doubt their Christianity as well. God has ALREADY said the shedding of innocen blood (which is what abortion is) and homosexuality are abominations.

So that's not really up for debate. A good Christian would turn to the Bible.



I have a book in my house called the Bibbley. Everything in it is true because God said so. And if you don't believe me you will be doomed to eternal damnation in a large, non-hospitable lake of fire. Because God said so. Oh what, you don't believe God now?

Anyway, the Bibbley tells me that the 3 major religions have the same evil dark overlord as their "god". He thought it would be hilarious to get people to follow him by claiming he was God. And he even let everyone in on the secret. He's been cracking up for like 2000 years now.


If your religion is so concrete why does it require your offensive defense? And what does it have to do with this post?

[edit on 11-22-2004 by ShadowHasNoSource]



posted on Nov, 22 2004 @ 12:27 AM
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Originally posted by Amethyst


I doubt their Christianity as well. God has ALREADY said the shedding of innocen blood (which is what abortion is) and homosexuality are abominations.

So that's not really up for debate. A good Christian would turn to the Bible.


Guess I'll have to tell them they will be burning for eternity in hell



posted on Nov, 22 2004 @ 12:41 AM
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Shadow, Dubya is not a member of the Illuminati; he and his father part ways on that issue.
However, they made sure that Bush, as was with Reagan, was not without Illuminati watchdogs nearby - Cheney, in Bush's case.

Don't worry, Bush is a good man, a Christian man, a man that won't see out this administration, if you want my speculation.



posted on Nov, 22 2004 @ 12:45 AM
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Originally posted by Thomas Crowne
a man that won't see out this administration, if you want my speculation.


You know, if you told me that the earth was round, I'd probably disagree with you. Just because. But, I got a creepy, bad feeling that you're right about this one. The minute I heard about the CIA, my short hairs stood up.



posted on Nov, 28 2004 @ 03:02 PM
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Bush isnt really a christian at all.
He just claims to be one to get the christians behind him because they are a large group in the us.
These religious people are the easiest to manipulate and often have the american flag over there heads.
To keep them happy he is against abortion etc.

I dont understand that people are so easilly fooled by a fool!?




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