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Fighting the NWO.

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posted on Jan, 3 2009 @ 06:47 AM
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I'm interested to know if there are any groups out there who are specifically dedicated toward fighting the NWO. I suppose PrisonPlanet.com could be considered that. Any others? I don't really think ATS can be counted even though it is a conspiracy site, because the site is more about spreading knowledge than specifically acting against global rule. I know there is someone who said certain illuminati "shards" who may be against it.



posted on Jan, 3 2009 @ 06:55 AM
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That which you resist, persist.
That which you fight you strengthen.

Sure, its contrary to what we have been taught, and thus are genetics are programmed to opposition - but by its vary nature, it becomes obvious. Has anyone ever obtained peace through fighting? And if so, was it at the expense of pushing down those who believed differently? - if so, then it was not a true victory.

Ego needs to:
1) Have an identification - to make an "us vs. them"
2) Then it is separation... and with separation you will not have peace, but endless conflict as both sides oppose each other.

Find what is true in all of creation, and work with it...the rest, ignore it.
Every ounce of energy you focus on what you DONT want, helps to create that reality.

True change starts within.

peace

dAlen



posted on Jan, 3 2009 @ 07:02 AM
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Originally posted by dAlen
That which you resist, persist.
That which you fight you strengthen.


Well, that sounds like a great strategy. But what is the difference between resisting the NWO and fighting the NWO?



posted on Jan, 3 2009 @ 07:17 AM
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You might want to look up Benjamin Fulford.

two lines.



posted on Jan, 3 2009 @ 10:11 AM
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You missed his point. You should do neither (resist nor fight).
Instead of fighting what you believe to be wrong, put all of your energy and attention towards what you believe to be right.
That which you attend to grows. That which you ignore withers.



posted on Jan, 3 2009 @ 10:17 AM
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it would take the putting together of an Anti-NWO structure as powerful and as well influenced and financed as is the NWO itself.

Not even the finances. Create and ANTI-NWO organization that has to president, the power is spread across the board. Then all you have to do is start recruiting and informing college professors, future law enforcement, future soldiers, future scientists, future bankers, future Gov't officials in the most prominent world centers, future media specialists, work on recruiting ruport murdoch's kids and the kids of all the NWO members, etc etc.

Within 15-20 years you'll have weight in very powerful places, say so, influence, and so on.

Then it becomes easy to thwart any NWO efforts.

Sadly, I doubt this will ever be done. Plus it would take a decade if not more to build and structure everything accordingly, to join forces with most all other anti-NWO orgs, and to gain and decent amount of respect and media attention. Plus financing of course....... always the money



posted on Jan, 3 2009 @ 06:12 PM
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Originally posted by wayno
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You missed his point. You should do neither (resist nor fight).
Instead of fighting what you believe to be wrong, put all of your energy and attention towards what you believe to be right.
That which you attend to grows. That which you ignore withers.


Wayno, this makes very little sense to me. What I believe to be right would be living a life indepenant from World Law. So how is that accomplished without fighting or resisting world law?



posted on Jan, 4 2009 @ 09:42 AM
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What I believe to be right would be living a life indepenant from World Law.
Hmm, can you try and give me a couple of examples of what you mean by this? I am not sure what "world law" refers to or how it impacts your/our life.
I know that in my own life, even tho I come across lots of people who think negatively and seem focused on everything that's wrong with the world, I prefer to pay attention to what's right about it. There is always something beautiful to be seen if you have your eyes open to it. There are people who are on drugs, and hookers too who ply my inner city neighborhood who are at the same time willing to stop and talk about my garden. They have goodness in them too. I compost, I recycle and I pick up the trash that blows in the wind. I have good neighbors. The cumulative result of focusing on the good stuff is that I have had a very positive experience since moving here from the suburbs a year ago.
Yah, the PTB have their influence everywhere, but so do I and people like me who are polishing the bright spots and trying to make things better just by thinking and acting positively.
I also simply don't accept "junk" mail, or advertising or anything that the PTB put out to try and brainwash me with.



posted on Jan, 4 2009 @ 05:58 PM
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See page 9 of the following link:
www.icc-cpi.int...

The world laws they have going seem like very reasonable laws that we all may agree with. And so did the US constitution before it simply became completely ignored... especially in regards to the limitations that constitution puts on people who hold lots of political power. So the UN laws seems fine and dandy now. It took about 200 years for the US constiution to get completely torn apart. Just wait another century or so and watch how the UN will be where 100% of court cases go to.

The NWO is all about institituing complete global domination. To me it is clear the worst part about this would be one set of laws for all of us. I'm not sure why other people aren't seeing what I'm seeing here. I was under the impression (apparently mistaken impression) that the worst part of the NWO would be one law for all people on Earth... one world order. A One Earth policy where you either submit or will be severely punished.



posted on Jan, 4 2009 @ 10:24 PM
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Originally posted by wayno
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You missed his point. You should do neither (resist nor fight).
Instead of fighting what you believe to be wrong, put all of your energy and attention towards what you believe to be right.
That which you attend to grows. That which you ignore withers.


Ya, quite idealistic except one problem, that is the NWO may choose to 'attend' to you. Then see if it wither if you ignore it when they are hauling your friends and family off to the FEMA camps.

We are not growing plants here Wayno.



posted on Jan, 5 2009 @ 08:53 AM
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Sorry if I came across too idealistic. I believe in shaping my reality as much as I can thru positive thinking and acting, but as I am imperfect, and as long as the world is still imperfect, yes, if a mosquito bites me I am going to slap it.

If someone tries to impose an unreasonable demand on me I am going to resist it. I will fight for my freedom and well being (and for those I love) if it comes to it.
But that is not where I put all my energies or attention. Its important to build a better world at the same time as you sweep away the bad stuff. Some of us are going to be better at one than the other.



posted on Jan, 5 2009 @ 09:11 AM
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Yah, its definitely not a clear cut thing. I strongly believe that there should be some recourse on a global scale to offset the dangers of a national tyrant, such as we have seen. (Actually more than a couple exist today, without naming names). The flip side is that if a tyrant (either person or group) gets control of the global court then we are all equally royally screwed. And we know for sure that is a real risk.
Its a tricky balance. I have stated in other threads on the subject, that there should be world cooperation and negotiation whenever that makes sense, but to have actual world laws that we are all beholden to is wrong.
The problem is that the bigger and more distant the bureaucracy from the individual, the less responsive it is to needs of real people. Its bad enough that our federal and local governments are under the control of big money instead of us.
My personal strategy to deal with the PTB is to "not participate" to the extent that I can, which in real terms, means watching how I spend my money. The money we spend is the currency that keeps the PTB afloat. I try not to spend more than I really need to survive or to enjoy the things that give me pleasure, and try not to indulge in material luxuries that would leave me in debt slavery. (That's their agenda!)
As far as opposing the drift towards world law, I suppose it is just a matter of letting our elected reps know its not where we want to be.



posted on Jan, 5 2009 @ 09:25 AM
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I do not know of any groups etc.

I do know the answer to stopping it and it is not an easy task in itself and I posted some of the answer here.

www.abovetopsecret.com...

Have a read and it might flick the switch is all ill say.

It would not do any harm to have a pinch of what dAlen is offering above as well.

Try not to get yourself down too much as well because everything will be alright.



[edit on 5-1-2009 by XXXN3O]



posted on Jan, 5 2009 @ 03:18 PM
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I reckon you are right. I'm a 'sweeper' then.
Somebody has to put out the trash, and somebody must tend
the garden. Both jobs are important.:



posted on Jan, 6 2009 @ 12:26 AM
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I'm starting a group that will fight the NWO... It's called my family

If you ever need inspiration on what you should feel like going into a war that you know will cost your own life... this is the only inspiration you need.



I will make a thread about this in the near future.

But in the mean time all I have to say is this:

If you have nothing to die for... you have nothing to live for.




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