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    Are these people Libertarians?

    I don't know a lot about politics, but a friend of mine has told me that the following political groups are trying to basically take over the world in order to prevent any more wars.

    1. The Club of Rome
    2. The Council on Foreign relations
    3. The Bilderberg Group
    4. The Committee of Three Hundred
    5. The Trilateral Commission

    I know all these groups actually exist because I have looked them up on Google.

    I also know that Libertarians champion individual rights, which would obviously be destroyed in the event of a war situation. So I'm wondering if these groups have Libertarian ideas on this matter.

    And if they don't have Libertarian ideas, what ideas do they have to prevents wars?

    Thanks everyone.



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    Quote Originally Posted by VIDEODROME View Post
    Yes
    OK. Thanks.

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    Absolutely not, those groups want to micromanage your life and they are more than happy to cause wars to get what they want.
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    Real vegetarians devour vegetables.
    Real pescetarians devour fish.
    So it follows that real libertarians must devour liberals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
    Absolutely not, those groups want to micromanage your life and they are more than happy to cause wars to get what they want.
    Yes, apparently they are what's known as 'Globalists'.

    But I don't know if they have any real power to actually do anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Grisham View Post
    Yes, apparently they are what's known as 'Globalists'.

    But I don't know if they have any real power to actually do anything.
    Their members have power and they get things done.
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    Those who learn from the past are condemned to watch everybody else repeat it

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    You know, he may be asking a serious question...would be nice if one of us gave him an in depth serious answer.

    Swordsymth at least tried.



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    ...the following political groups are trying to basically take over the world in order to prevent any more wars.

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    tl;dr-none of those are libertarian groups.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    You know, he may be asking a serious question...would be nice if one of us gave him an in depth serious answer.
    I agree.

    It would be good to see a genuine Libertarian analysis of what these so called 'Globalist' groups actually do, instead of the contradictory stuff you can find on the internet.

    If I had the knowledge I would attempt it myself. But unfortunately I don't.
    Last edited by Steve Grisham; 10-17-2018 at 09:18 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I don't know a lot about politics, but a friend of mine has told me that the following political groups are trying to basically take over the world in order to prevent any more wars.

    1. The Club of Rome
    2. The Council on Foreign relations
    3. The Bilderberg Group
    4. The Committee of Three Hundred
    5. The Trilateral Commission

    I know all these groups actually exist because I have looked them up on Google.

    I also know that Libertarians champion individual rights, which would obviously be destroyed in the event of a war situation. So I'm wondering if these groups have Libertarian ideas on this matter.

    And if they don't have Libertarian ideas, what ideas do they have to prevents wars?

    Thanks everyone.
    Woah dude,, they do not prevent wars,, they cause and feed off the misery..

    Your initial premise is incorrect..
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    The groups that you mention actually are the worlds power if they want to play war they will play war if they want to play peace they will play peace but, either way probably a lot of people will die.

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