Friday, June 27, 2008

point of post below

its not doomsday,
doomsday implies apocoliptic demise. this is the end of times as you know it. nafta, 1 world order, 1 world government, no borders, microchip implants. its all around for you to see. open your eyes and wake up.


Nerd On A Bike said...

It won't matter anyhow. Apparently the Aztecs and every other intelligent ancient civilization, including American Indians predict an end to the earth as we know it December 2012. At least that's what a couple History Channel documentary's that have aired as late, will have you believe.
However, I just Snopes' the History Channel and it's fictitious as well.

Kind of strange that Lou Dobbs is really the only one who's given any real airtime to the Amero thing. But apparently he's a bit racist and doesn't like the idea of our Mexican neighbors doing anything other than washing his dishes behind closed doors.
It'll be interesting to see if that really comes about, especially with a Democratic President. Might just be right catalyst as the Dems are viewed as more friendly towards our neighbors and the rest of the world. Whereas it wouldn't fly under someone like Bush who would rather just blow it up and then mine and drill what's left.

StupidBike said...

Blah blah blah, website true, website not true, who cares, it is all propaganda, including

Blah blah blah.

There is no factual information in any of the conspiracies or the conspiracy rebuttals.

My point is, who effin cares. I got a roof, and a tent if that goes away, I got food and i got people who love me, the rest is white noise.

And besides the microchip, what is so bad about one world? WHy does it have to be Authoritarian? Why can't it be Utopian?



so there!

primetime formerly known as slyfox said...

ya like art said, and i agree.

people dont care.

its too wild and crazy to do anything about so just forget about and put your head in the sand.

StupidBike said...

No head in the sand here, I just choose to live, where is The Law of Attraction in all this conspiracy talk?

Again, I never once said what I believe, just that I choose to live life.

Nerd On A Bike said...

Conspiracy theories are always great to debate and most are only half true.

However, if you look at how much has changed legally (i.e. what's been taken away from our civil rights)over the past 8-10 years and even more so since 2001, it's pretty obvious that something big is about to occur. Historically, our country and system of government have out lasted every other civilization and I think we've hit a breaking point finally. Someone or some group really wants a regime change and if you take a step back and read between the lines and what is actually being broadcast on independent media outlets (Adbusters is a great one) rather than Fox News, this will be very apparent. I have to say though, that I was a bit shocked at the Supreme Courts ruling on Thursday about handgun control. I think just the idea of (a lot of) armed citizens is the only reason major changed hasn't happened sooner.

Funny how many more, prominent people are getting their balls back and speaking out against what happened on 9/11 and claiming it was an inside job. Tell that to a conservative in Utah and get all pissy. Tell them that those with the most evidence to the contrary and are becoming the most vocal about it are BYU professors and they close their ears.
Head in the sand at it's finest.

Time to go practice..... Good luck to anyone who's racing this weekend.

Gary said...

I actually get a bigger kick out of the religion part of "that propaganda movie". It goes with what I've been seeing as I go through life. Religion is to control the masses, it's all taking superstition and fear of the unknown and making it a belief or commandment. Religion/Government what's the difference? They both only want you around for the money.