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10 Signs We're Marking Progress in Defeating Global Dominance Agenda

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posted on Apr, 27 2015 @ 04:43 PM
People who are tuned into the truth of the New World Order agenda may have felt it themselves lately---that more and more people throughout the world are waking up. And not just waking up, but speaking up.

While some of these news bits might not seem as if they should be in the New World Order Forum, I consider all of these bullet points to be tied into the agenda. The domination agenda targets our food, our drugs, our water, our liberties, and our entire way of life.

And while we still have a long way to go, a little good news along the way is a welcome thing, no matter how small.

1. The Federal Government is lowering the recommended amount of fluoride in our drinking water. They quote "streaking of teeth" as the reason, but a lot of you who keep up with the fluoride argument might have your own ideas about why they're lowering it. You may be familiar with the Harvard Study that found that too much fluoride can cause brain damage. Fluoride has long topped many conspiracy lists.


2. McDonald's are closing everywhere.. True, this is business news, but it is much deeper than that. More and more people are forgoing fast food restaurants and junk food in favor of making their own meals with organic, local food or visiting places like Panera or Chipotle. We're making different decisions when it comes to our health . Not only are McDonald's closing, but they are also revamping their entire menu and plan to have a big meeting of executives in early May to discuss how they can re-make and rebrand themselves with healthier choices. If you take away one thing from this news item, it should be this: Our wallets sometimes speak louder than words. The fast food chain has experienced a two-year sales slump. The following article claims 350 restaurants are closing in the US, but I've seen estimates closer to 800.


3. Chipotle to use only non-GMOs in their restaurants. I'm not a huge fan of corporations, but there are a few that seem to have a conscience. They're making a statement about what consumers want and don't want, and it's clear that the Monsanto-led takeover of our food chain is not popular with people who spend money.

In an industry breakthrough, Chipotle has removed one of the things that consumers – particularly Millennials – want least in their food: GMOs.

The Mexican fast-casual dining chain on Monday announced that it has become the first national restaurant chain to use only non-GMO ingredients. Co-CEO Steve Ells, in a statement, said the Denver-based chain has achieved that unusual goal not only at Chipotle Mexican Grills but also at its ShopHouse Southeast Asia Kitchen locations.

4. Europeans are protesting the Federal Reserve and the protests are growing. There have been some massive rallies in Germany over the Federal Reserve and Central Banks. On March 16th, protests grew violent and demonstrators clashed with police in a rally that attracted 10,0000. The protests over the Federal Reserve are weekly now----led by an ex-journalist who was fired for asking too many questions, and a sky diver who started the protests several months ago. This video is 8 minutes and worth a look. It answers the question, "Why are Europeans worried about the Federal Reserve?" And my question is: Why are Americans not doing the same?

5. Comcast and Time Warner will not merge. Score a big one for the people here! A lot of grass roots organizations were working hard to prevent this merger from happening. Even Senator Al Franken said,

Senator Al Franken: Politicians Didn't Stop the Comcast–Time Warner Deal. You Did.

Believe in the power of grassroots activism people! Here's a link to a list of five lessons we can take away from this:



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posted on Apr, 27 2015 @ 04:43 PM
a reply to: MRuss

6. Independent Media Has Increased Its Readership. We've all seen the numbers that show the big players in media have lost their edge. But cheers to the little guys who are making a big dent in defeating the agenda of the MSM. While the list of alternative news players is too long to list, I've found this one to be interesting, and just one of many examples of how people are tuning into alternative sources to get the truth:

Alternative News Project: A new comprehensive independent media outlet that coheres and organizes valuable articles from around the world. Duncan Roads of NEXUS Magazine started the Alternative News Project as a place for people to find the most important and relevant news without the all-too-common fear mongering.

Link to Alternative News Project:

7. The Brics New Development Bank While this development for some is further proof of a conspiracy of a NWO, for others it is a development that shows the model of western-dominated banking is crumbling. If you're not familiar with the BRICS alliance and their establishment of a new central bank, it is an important topic to get caught up on and is worth a little research:

This year’s summit marks the establishment of a $100 billion dollar liquidity reserve and a $50 billion New Development Bank (NBD) in Shanghai. As each country acts to maximize its own utility, the emerging economies of the BRICS nations will create a paralleling international financial system ultimately challenging the hegemony of the current western-dominated system.


8. ET's have become a hot topic. Sure, this one's up for debate, but compared to even 20 years ago, people are talking openly about UFO' and the possibility of extraterrestrial life. From Citizen's Hearings to government disclosure to discussions with astronauts and military personnel, it's hard to deny that we hear more about this topic today than ever before. 14 percent of people in a recent poll say they've seen a UFO and more than a third believe that life exists beyond this planet.

9. Small Victories in the Headlines. Check out this list and Google a headline if you're interested:

Court Rules No Fly List Process Is Unconstitutional and Must Be Reformed — American Civil Liberties Union
The Beginning of the End for the Leaders of the ‘Free World’… Humanity Awakens! — The Dollar Vigilante
Nurse June Valent - Fired for Refusing Flu Shot - Wins Lawsuit — Freedom Outpost
New York State … Agreement Reached to Legalize Medical Marijuana — Wall Street Journal
Will American Pot Farmers Put the Cartels out of Business? — Mother Jones
FDA To Evaluate Marijuana For Potential Reclassification As Less Dangerous Drug — Huffington Post
Monsanto’s seed imperialism halted in Canada thanks to massive protests — Natural News
Rural Oregon county votes to ban GMOs, despite $1 million opposition effort — The Washington Post
Bavaria Goes GMO Free: 62nd Farming Area to Shun Biotech —
Russia will not import GMO products - PM Medvedev — RT News
Win: Kyrgyzstan Initiates 100% GMO Ban for 5.5 Million Population — Natural Society
Busted: Biotech Leader ‘Syngenta’ Charged Over Covering Up Animal Deaths from GM Corn —
Euroskepticism, Apathy, and Change: Views on the 2014 European Parliament Elections — GMF Blog
Food, Energy, Finance: A Solutions Movement Takes Root In Northern California —
Sonoma Clean Power

10. Harvard Medical Students Rebel Against Big Pharma. Even Big Pharma has been taking some hits. This is a good sign, as hopefully other students from medical schools will take up the cause. I've noticed more and more doctors are recommending alternative therapies. It's encouraging.

The students worry that pharmaceutical industry scandals in recent years, including criminal convictions, billions of dollars in fines, proof of bias in research and publishing and false marketing claims, have cast a bad light on the medical profession. The students have criticized Harvard as being less vigilant than other leading medical schools in monitoring potential financial conflicts by faculty members.


We're hearing more voices. And if you're listening, you'll hear them loud and clear. I hope you'll find an issue to get involved in. Neal Young is releasing an album called "The Monsanto Years." Just one in a million voices that is demanding a better world....
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posted on Apr, 27 2015 @ 04:53 PM
a reply to: MRuss

Seems what msm is willing to keep hidden from us that there are many ways to create 6% of separation . I see some on the site get upset with YT vids that counter peer review papers and want you to look to authority for the facts .Big problem is that the ones that can tell us ,fail to mention the other sides of the coins . It does give me hope in that there are many that are not willing to buy into most of the crap that has been sold to us over the years and I think the youth are really getting it and not supporting the status quo .

posted on Apr, 27 2015 @ 04:57 PM
The first real sign that this has happened was from France.

They know that the Charlie Hebdo skit was put on by zionists, abusing their culture, good nature, and homeland
to foment more Muslim hatred. This amazes me because they rolled right over for the Germans, but not for the Judenmacht. Thank God for small miracles. I don't think we should allow for any more political correctness because there is nothing innocent about outlawing 'hate' and then simultaneously channeling all frustrations against their semitic kin. It is nothing less than diabolical.

a reply to: MRuss

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posted on Apr, 27 2015 @ 04:59 PM
a reply to: the2ofusr1

You're right! I think the Millennials will carry the torch. I have noticed over the past decade that they're the faction of our society that has begun to wake up in a big way.

I hear young people talking about this quite frequently, and this segment of our population seems to be quite concerned with their future.

They are ladled with student loans and the cost of everything is sky rocketing. They are resentful....and they may just be the ones to begin the protests we need to get our world in better order.

posted on Apr, 27 2015 @ 05:35 PM
Yes yes these are the kinds of things I try to show people who allow the devil to beat down their minds into depression and hopelessness for humanity with his 24/7 screen demons always in a humans hand (or up to their head ...) feeding them evil and negative images and messages. There are too many positive actions going on the world over in favor of human progress. We dont see it because the media is owned by the evil ones and they know they are losing so they ratchet up the spin machine with stories of horror, lawlessness, desperation and dread. But those of us that know better do not fall for the illusions of the evil ones.

posted on Apr, 27 2015 @ 05:52 PM
Very interesting and heartening OP.

What thing that surprised me though was...

originally posted by: MRuss
a reply to: MRuss

14 percent of people in a recent poll say they've seen a UFO and more than a third believe that life exists beyond this

Really? Can it really be that nearly two-thirds of people don't believe life exists beyond Earth? That seems incredible.

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posted on Apr, 27 2015 @ 05:55 PM
a reply to: MRuss

Great thread

Its nice to see that at least some people are awake.

Neal Young is releasing an album called "The Monsanto Years." Just one in a million voices that is demanding a better world....

I do like me some Neal young!

Hope you dont mind me posting this here

posted on Apr, 27 2015 @ 07:11 PM
a reply to: muchmadness

I'm with you on that...The poll is dated: It was taken in 2007.

I've seen polls that place the percentage a lot higher.

Thanks for flagging my post (if you did). I expected a little more enthusiasm here at ATS. I wrote this post because everyday I see more headlines pointing to change and I've been feeling a little more optimistic.

posted on Apr, 27 2015 @ 07:12 PM
Awesome thread!

I needed some encourgment.

These are the things we really should be paying more attention to.
They are the cracks forming in the NWO dike that they so desperately don't want us to see.

posted on Apr, 27 2015 @ 07:14 PM
a reply to: VoidHawk

You know, I've been so disappointed in some of our heroes from the 60's. Where are they when we need the hippies and the anti-establishment folks?

They've all become part of the establishment. So, I was totally thrilled to see Neal Young was back on a bandwagon again. The title of the album totally lets you know that he knows what's going on and that he wants to bring awareness through his music.

posted on Apr, 27 2015 @ 07:19 PM
a reply to: FreedomToBe

Thanks Freedom.

I've seen some interesting and encouraging headlines lately and I've been feeling a bit more optimistic. There have been a few years where I was just giving up on people. I wondered if we would just march to this NWO without any protest by anyone...But there are little signs that people are waking up and it's gaining momentum.

I wonder if protesting in the future will be different than what we know. Maybe the millennials will protest more with their wallets and less on the streets.

I've always thought that the only way to create change was to have peaceful demonstrations---and the whole 60's thing...but it seems more and more people protest with their wallets and through the decisions they make---like where to eat and where to shop and what to buy.


posted on Apr, 27 2015 @ 07:25 PM

originally posted by: MRuss
a reply to: VoidHawk

You know, I've been so disappointed in some of our heroes from the 60's. Where are they when we need the hippies and the anti-establishment folks?

They've all become part of the establishment. So, I was totally thrilled to see Neal Young was back on a bandwagon again. The title of the album totally lets you know that he knows what's going on and that he wants to bring awareness through his music.

Yes he does seem to be on the right side.
Maybe when some of the other oldies see he's standing up they might (hopefully) join him.

A while ago I heard him on a british radio show talking about a new audio format he was involved with, he was saying the present format loses something like 70% of the data meaning we dont get the true sound, and he was saying the establishment were fighting him over it. Havent heard anything about it since!

Any idea when his album is due for release?

posted on Apr, 27 2015 @ 11:43 PM
a reply to: muchmadness

Actually when reading out exactly the sentence, it would appear they mean that 1/3 of the 14% believe life exists beyond Earth.
I have always wondered if anyone ever polled communities in poor undeveloped countries about aliens, and whether the belief would be higher?

I was very happy to read about Chipotle is banning GMO. I have been sending the corporate email constant messages about locating one right next to my job. I may just go to the chamber of commerce tomorrow and see if they can figure out a way to entice Chipotle into this really nice prime spot. It is right at one of the busiest intersections in town, both roads of which are the longest East/West and North/South roads in the entire county. And conviniently located near the airport, a shopping mll, the football stadium and Yankee stadium spring training facility. Why wont they answer me????

posted on Apr, 28 2015 @ 12:28 AM
a reply to: MRuss

OP I just wanted to drop off this comment from another thread I found interesting . "MRW April 27, 2015 at 5:23 pm
Alert: This is exactly what is going on right now, under the aegis of the UNEP Finance Initiative—Changing finance, financing change. Click on the link and read the UNEP banners. Because every American reading this has to call their congressman and senator tomorrow and stop President Obama from getting the congressional approval he seeks this week to fast-track it in advance of the 2015 Paris conference.

A transnational “Planetary Regime” should assume control of the global economy and also dictate the most intimate details of Americans’ lives — using an armed international police force.

The UNEP Finance Initiative, based out Geneva, describes itself as
“a global partnership between UNEP and the financial sector. Over 200 institutions, including banks, insurers and fund managers, work with UNEP to understand the impacts of environmental and social considerations on financial performance.”
The crawl in the footer notes:

UNEP Finance Initiative is a Unit of the Economics and Trade Branch, within the Division of Technology, Industry and Economics at the United Nations Environment Programme.

The person ramming this through is the current US Trade Representative, Michael Froman, who was “Deputy Assistant to the President (Obama) and Deputy National Security Advisor for International Economic Affairs,”and in charge of the unsuccessful US effort at Copenhagen ’09 to achieve what the young Mr. David de Rothschild said on Bloomberg TV then was “global governance.” The explanation under Mr. de Rothschild’s youtube appearance says

“Simon Linnett, Executive Vice-Chairman of Rothschild, has called for a new international body, the World Environment Agency, to regulate carbon trading.

In a recently published paper, Trading Emissions, for the Social Market Foundation, Mr Linnett argues that the International problem of climate change demands an international solution.

Unless governments cede some of their sovereignty to a new world body, he says, a global carbon trading scheme cannot be enforced and regulated.”

These three proposed agreements will be the legal basis underpinning the ‘global governance’ being sought in Paris, December, 2015. They are being peddled to the public—and no doubt, Obama–as “free trade” agreements. Nothing could be further from the truth.

• Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement
• Trade in Services Agreement (TISA)
• Transatlantic Trade & Investment Partnership (TTIP)

These agreements give the transnationals that the UNEP Finance Initiative is assisting the power to override national jurisdiction, and impose treaty-level laws on citizenry and businesses that prevent an appeal to their respective governments to overcome. Further, there are serious questions being raised now about how the US monetary system and its sovereignty will be affected. (Google Joe Firestone published at or Corrente.)

All three agreements are being negotiated in secret in Geneva. In the leaked copies I have seen, there are draconian penalties promised to anyone who distributes a copy, and the TISA draft (I think that’s the one) says that terms of the agreement may not be made public for five years after it is signed. The TISA agreement includes global law enforcement. No one, no member of Congress, has been allowed to see the complete drafts of any of these agreements, and they can only be read in the presence of the US Trade Representative.

Former Harvard banking and finance law professor, and now Senior Senator from Massachusetts, Elizabeth Warren is battling Obama on the issue, and is 100% correct about this. Obama is furious with Warren for not lying down and playing dead. But she knows exactly what they are trying to pull off.

I reiterate: everyone needs to call their congressman and senator tomorrow and say no to the fast-track vote this week. This needs to be stopped. Now. Treaties trump national laws, and these treaties will impose things that the Congress and public neither know about, nor debated.

The United States Capitol switchboard is 1-202-224-3121. The operator will connect you to the right office.

The President’s comment line is 1-202-456-1111.

[I apologize for the thread hijack but this is important.] " not sure what to do with it but felt the need to share .
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posted on Apr, 28 2015 @ 12:59 AM
This is wonderful news for the people of the world, but here in Australia we have a government sending us in the other direction.

Plus there is the whole TPP that will screw over a number of countries that have regimes corrupt enough to sign it (without reading it).

Yeah, there are some small victories, but the beast will always fight hardest as it faces death.

posted on Apr, 28 2015 @ 04:00 AM

originally posted by: ItVibrates

Yeah, there are some small victories, but the beast will always fight hardest as it faces death.

yea but you see, you said it right there. Fights the hardest before death. It is being defeated, it is dying. There will be blood, there will be tears. There always has been, there always will be. But it is nearing its demise of total control of our minds, and that is why it fights so hard to depress people with only bad sights and sounds in the screen demons he beams into your thoughts. It is fighting a losing battle. A victory is neigh where we will soon mitigate more of the evil processes of human thinking back into the shadows of the world.

Until a looooong time passes in which we are tested once again to see how we prevail. And the cycle repeats, so just enjoy life and indulge in the victory.

posted on Apr, 28 2015 @ 08:21 AM
a reply to: the2ofusr1

I can't believe I haven't seen this! We need to get the word out. Is this spreading around the net? Have you seen a lot about it? I'm going to look at this more closely.

For every ten pieces of good news, there's one piece of absolute horrendous news.

posted on Apr, 28 2015 @ 12:01 PM
That is some great news
Now for the bad:

As we know the elites have worked long and hard to create the scams they presently have deployed to further enrich their disgustingly wealthy selves. The fact that the people are making any headway in not only revealing but reversing their control has no doubt set off the alarm bells of the PTB.

Like all spoiled children and poor losers it is not unlikely that rather than lose the game they will tip the board over. In practical terms that means deadly false flag attacks, increasing violence in war torn regions and the likelihood of their setting WW3 in to motion.

These are people without ethics who have already proven their unscrupulous nature hundreds of times over. So long as the mass media is firmly in their hands it will be a difficult task to sort out the truth of the reality of coming events. The first casualty in war is the truth. We will need to listen to our hearts and hang tightly to our common humanity if we are to prevail.

posted on Apr, 28 2015 @ 12:41 PM
a reply to: Asktheanimals

Really great response....thanks so much for posting.

You're right. We can keep chipping away, but their next moves are likely to be bolder.

You know, I was at a family party last week and a lot of recent college grads were there and I started asking them about their student loans. The student loan scam is so beyond believable and a great example of how the sheeple fall into step.

Many of these kids were $200,000 in debt or more and I kept asking them why they tolerate this. Why don't they form and protest? If every student in the country stopped paying their student loan one month and demanded reform, things would change overnight.

People feel so helpless, I think. So they just keep writing checks and watching more and more of their lives slip into bondage. It's a really sad state of affairs.
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