If you mention things like the New World Order or suggest Barack Obama is actively driving us towards a one-world government, you generally get treated to a roll of the eyes, a deep sigh, and an offhand comment about being a tin-foil hat wearing conspiracy theorist.
But times are changing, and more and more mainstream folk are starting to wake up and smell the coffee that Obama and the global elites are brewing. Rolling Stone magazine, discussing the New World Order, has even issued an apology to “conspiracy theorists,” admitting that “you were right all along.”
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“Conspiracy theorists of the world, believers in the hidden hands of the Rothschilds and the Masons and the Illuminati, we skeptics owe you an apology. You were right. The players may be a little different, but your basic premise is correct: The world is a rigged game.”
And it’s no wonder more and more people are waking up, considering the outrageous abuses of power occurring in 2016, and the staggering amount of “conspiracy theories,” once held up to ridicule, that have been proved true this year.
NSA surveillance, the marriage of banking and government, mainstream media as the propaganda arm of the state, cannabis as medicine, rigged commodity markets, the petrodollar, 9/11, election fraud… The list goes on. Mentioning any of these issues would have earnt you a roll of the eyes, a deep sigh, and an offhand tin foil hat comment in the past. But now they are mainstream facts.
And now our freedom-hating, promised-a-seat-at-the-grown-up-table president, is giving speeches openly declaring that we need to give up some of our personal liberties in order to pave the way for the New World Order “conspiracy theory” to come to life.
Addressing the United Nations in NYC, Obama said:
“…But I am convinced that in the long run, giving up some freedom of action — not giving up our ability to protect ourselves or pursue our core interests, but binding ourselves to international rules over the long term — enhances our security. And I think that’s not just true for us…”
Giving up some freedom of action? Binding ourselves to international rules?
Gosh. That really doesn’t work for me at all. Sorry, B.
Now, if you’ve been paying attention, this is going to seem like deja vu, because almost exactly a year ago, September 28th 2015, he said nearly the same thing:
“…The increasing skepticism of our international order can also be found in the most advanced democracies. We see greater polarization, more frequent gridlock; movements on the far right, and sometimes the left, that insist on stopping the trade that binds our fates to other nations, calling for the building of walls to keep out immigrants.”