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hotbrownsauce
10-23-2008, 07:17 PM
"....it appears to Barack Obama the constitution specialist...." LOL I thought that was hilarious! It even gave Mr. Baldwin a grin.

I love how Baldwin keeps bringing up NWO, globalization, Ron Paul, Federal Reserve, Non intervention, and gold back money. He sort of sounds like Ron Paul. =) Looks like Baldwin convinced me to vote for him.

Brassmouth
10-23-2008, 07:22 PM
"....it appears to Barack Obama the constitution specialist...." LOL I thought that was hilarious! It even gave Mr. Baldwin a grin.

I love how Baldwin keeps bringing up NWO, globalization, Ron Paul, Federal Reserve, Non intervention, and gold back money. He sort of sounds like Ron Paul. =) Looks like Baldwin convinced me to vote for him.

I've never heard RP talk about any NWO. Why would he? It's a ridiculous conspiracy theory.

dannno
10-23-2008, 07:43 PM
I've never heard RP talk about any NWO. Why would he? It's a ridiculous conspiracy theory.

Actually he does nothing BUT talk about the NWO. He just doesn't say the letters N-W-O because he figures that most of his supporters are smart enough to make the connection.

hotbrownsauce
10-23-2008, 10:12 PM
I've never heard RP talk about any NWO. Why would he? It's a ridiculous conspiracy theory.

P.S. Ron Paul has mentioned NWO. Where have you been? I know it was at least on one debate.

I think you are right, there probably isn't a full time, one secret group that is behind the scenes controlling everything.

However it would be negligent to suggest that the ideas of globalism, corporatism, and communism do not flourish in our government.
It would be negligent to suggest people with these ideals don't collaborate with one another.
I think it would be negligent to ignore that people in high power from corporations, banks, and governments don't meet secretly from time to time.

It would be moronic beyond belief for any of this because the evidence is overwhelming. I've done and am still doing my research and am always open to more information that can better sculpt or change my opinion.

There have been admissions of false flag (or state sponsored terrorism/treason or in other words an attack on ourselves to make it look like someone else so we have reason to fight them). There have been admissions of supplying ideas of false flags. Uncensored released government documents prove this. It would be a travesty to not know this.

Because I believe in the New World Order in this sense doesn't make me a conspiracy theorist. It however may make other people ignorant.

Most importantly it is not my job to convince someone who has a preconceived notion that a New World Order in the sense I described doesn't exist. It however shows undeniably someone else's ignorance if they can't even explain why in at least half decent detail why they don't agree. They should just disagree with the facts presented by not using their "feeling".

Opinions to me are only highly valued if they are well developed and based on good sound information from those people who have done their research.

Do we remember what happened in the presidential elections in 2000 and 2004 and how the elections were a debacle? The voter fraud and negligence? The stripping away of our freedoms?

I think those who believe in the NWO as in skull and bones type of stuff and people like myself still come to the same ends. We both know people in office are not for capitalism and the constitution. Rather these people work towards more socialistic programs and dethreading of our rights as citizens.

So to me the skull and bones believers are as much on the same page as us and I don't necessarily mind them being part of our big tent.

Ever heard of the antimasonic party? The ideas the "conspiracy theorists" have have been around a long time.

Printo
10-23-2008, 10:32 PM
When you run around talking about the NWO all the time, you're more likely to scare people off than bring them in. When you say "NWO" you dive into the area of conspiracy theories. I know that I do not want my candidate talking about the NWO because it makes me feel uncomfortable. I'd rather they stick to issues like our foreign policy, the FED, the economy, terrorism, etc.