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New World Order = First Chinese Emperor and cultures

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posted on Oct, 7 2009 @ 03:30 PM
History repeats itself, so if you want to see how the New World Order aka One World Order works and takes power, look at the first emperor of China, Emperor Qin.

Originally, China was separated into multiple kingdoms, such as the world is now separated into multiple countries with different languages, currency, rules/laws, etc and constantly at war with each other. Qin decided to unify all of China, resulting in a unified currency, power structure, language/writing and much more, creating one of the largest and most powerful civilization during that time. Of course, this task wasn't easy, causing many conflicts, destruction and death.

Back then and even now, there are corruption in the the *ruling class* or government causing internal wars and conflicts that changed/replaced the *Emperor, government and courts* but the structure of the society stayed the same and continues to flourish with open trade routes, borders being torn down (except the great wall being built to defend the country) and others.

I'm no expert in this history, maybe someone can help us understand the history better. In the end China is still unified as one of the largest country in the world.

Same thing with the founding fathers of the United States or the original 13 colonies. Multiple currencies, laws/rules, government, etc. It was unified through multiple conflicts, but in the end, how did the United States turn out? Fifty states unified under one constitution, one of the most powerful country in the world.

Now, times have changed; so what's the difference between the past and present? Instead of bows/arrows, swords, chariots, we have projectile base weapons, explosives and more advanced technology. Where would China and the US be if they were still at war with each other internally, using different languages, currency, government structures and isolated against each other.

Same thing with the EU and Euro. Before then, Francs was used in France and the Deutsche Mark for Germany and others. Traveling from one European country to another was a pain in the ass and constantly exchanging currencies, learning new laws and road sings, having the correct documents to go to another city.

I believe anyone that has traveled around the world would know how much of a pain it is to get around, exchange currency, learn about new rules/laws, getting things translated, having proper documents and others.

If you are arguing cultures dying out when unified, it would never die out, but can coexist if you keep a open mind. Just because you believe head scarfs are a disrespect to women in certain cultures, they might see it totally different from what you think. The people wearing the scarfs might see it as beauty. Like sex, some see it as just sex and pleasure but others might see it as something sacred to them that they want to save and share with someone they love.

Perfect example of multi-cultures working together would be at a University setting. Do students and professors, especially in study groups, care about if you are: black, brown, white, yellow, red, blue, green, purple, whatever you are? No, they all have one goal in common, to learn and pass the course.

posted on Oct, 8 2009 @ 09:55 AM
I was thinking the dead same, after watching "Hero" the other night.
I love that movie.


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