New World Order
#1 Oct 10, 2010
It sure is.
#2 Oct 10, 2010
A lot of what we are hearing may be just myth. People should realize that Alex Jones is a republican and that Alex went from a carpet cleaner to a millionaire from advertising his stuff. This means that the wealthiest and richest of people are involved in some type of political controversy. Like politicians. Most are extremely wealthy and also news and political commentators happen to be some of the wealthiest people in the country. While the broadcasting companies help themselves to encouraging our law makers to create our laws for us. Ordinary people just get dragged through the mud. Then if the country gets the Republican party into a position of power, the republican party mainly only helps the wealthy which has been historically repeated over and over again all through history. Republicans always raise taxes on the most poor and attempt to eliminate the minimum wage while encouraging competitive wages, which means you could be competing for 12 cents an hour if someone is desperate enough to compete for that amount of low wage. We eliminate this problem of corporate business having too much power with laws.
I'm really surprised. Most rich and wealthy people claim to be Christian, yet Jesus taught the opposite and I quote. "He that has the riches of this world will have no part with me."
And..."Hardly shall those with riches enter into the kingdom of God, for it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle for than one with riches to enter therein."
And.."You can not serve God and money, for you can not serve two masters, For you will love one and hate the other."
W hear the same old falsehood and lies coming from these people for political power. To control laws, the economy, government, and your body.
#3 Oct 10, 2010
Animal and human welfare is what Jesus taught to be salvation. Jesus commanded believers to minister to all creatures great and small. This is not whipping a bible out to give a sermon to a rabbit. A sermon is what Jesus gave while he was alive. Ministering is derived from the words administering to, which means to give to, which Jesus also did while he was alive. He did both, he gave sermons, he took care of what was in need. Jesus taught that not one sparrow falls to the ground without God there, that even one sparrow was as valuable to God as many humans. Therefore when an animal dies that God is there. Then Jesus said that in the day of his Judgement that he will separate the good people from the bad people, one assembled to one side, and the other assembled to the other. He will say Blessed are you. For when I was hungry you fed me, thirsty, you gave me to drink, naked, and you clothed me. And they will say when did we see you suffer these things or give to you, and he says. When you have done it unto the least of these you have done it unto me. This is salvation to Jesus as evident and very very clear here in his statement. Jesus said not everyone that saith Lord Lord to him shall be saved, so we find it evident in the next statement that this statement is completely correct. Depart from me into darkness for I never knew you. For when I was hungry you fed me not, thirsty, you gave me not to drink, naked, and you clothed me not, and they say when did we see you this way or in need. And Jesus said. When you have done it to the least of these, you have done it to me. This is considered destruction to Jesus.
Belief is simple. Anyone sitting in a christian church is a believer in Jesus, but a belief that is so strong it commands effort is completely different. This means a person believes in Jesus Christ.
This is a fantastic bible quote.
Ecclesiastes 3 18-22
"I said in mine heart concerning the estate of the sons of men, that God might manifest them, and that they might see that they themselves are beasts.
For that which befalleth the sons of men befalleth beasts; even one thing befalleth them: as the one dieth, so dieth the other; yea, they have all one breath; so that a man hath no preeminence above a beast: for all is vanity.
All go unto one place; all are of the dust, and all turn to dust again.
Who knoweth the spirit of man that goeth upward, and the spirit of the beast that goeth downward to the earth?
Wherefore I perceive that there is nothing better, than that a man should rejoice in his own works; for that is his portion: for who shall bring him to see what shall be after him?"
There are other verses in the Bible that are great, like.."He that killeth an ox is the same as he that killeth a man." Isaiah 66
I would never ever keep company with Christians, Jews, or Muslim's, and this is because I believe they are all crazy, but the above statements from Jesus are well worth considering to be good statements. Though I doubt any religion exist in any sense of true reality.
#4 Oct 10, 2010
A glimpse into the "New World Order."
#8 Feb 16, 2011
We Are Change is for PROFIT organization?
#9 Mar 7, 2011
Infiltrators and Informants :
Infiltrators & Informers how, why and what to do if your group is targeted.
It is n...ever pleasant to think that one of the people you are working with,
possibly very closely,
who you hang out with, who is sleeping with one of your friends,
who seems so full of life and passion is actually trying to undermine everything you are doing.
Unfortunately, if your group is challenging often very powerful industries or people with vested interests
it is inevitable you will make enemies along the way.
And in a number of cases they will retaliate or seek to counter your campaign,
regardless of how small or large it is.
Anyone who has been campaigning for sometime will have those moments when
someone or something just does not chime right,
when suspicions are raised that all is not going well ...
#10 Mar 7, 2011
Some cautionary words
It really is an unpleasant task having to deal with informants, and often reactions get very emotional.
Some people go into denial, refusing to believe it;
others get very angry and want to take pre-emptive action.
These are both natural reactions, but neither are helpful.
If you get the presentation wrong you can end up breaking a group or
cause a witch-hunt of an innocent individual.
Unfounded paranoia is not helpful to anyone but your enemies.
Indeed, paranoia is not part of the security process;
it is an unhelpful state of mind often built on emotion.
Your fears need to be grounded in facts and
rational consideration to be part of your security in a useful way.
You need to be able to back them up with more than vague hypotheticals
that can justify any position you are taking.
Fortunately, the problem of insiders working against us is not as big as we might suppose, and
those who sponsor them spread disinformation about the extent of it.
It suits their purpose to keep people guessing.
It is always good to remember there has been and
remains a long history of successful campaigns and
actions despite the informers operating inside our groups.
It does not matter if your group is very open rather than closed and covert.
There is still much that a skilled operative can do to cause disruption to make you ineffective ...
#11 Mar 7, 2011
Breaking it down: infiltrators & informers
Infiltrators – individuals who insert themselves for the purposes of gathering intelligence;
as often amateur as they are professional,
but generally they have no prior connection to the group or true concern for the issues.
Generally motivated by ideological opposition or money.
Informers – members of the group who have been “turned” or induced to betray the group,
whether to avoid criminal charges or for money.
*Some are simply people with addictions (alcohol,
drugs, gambling debts) who are manipulated into talking.
#12 Mar 7, 2011
* People who have been turned after an event,
often following an arrest,
but it can be for other reasons.
They are used to provide evidence against (former) colleagues,
or to entrap them.
Infiltrators are expensive for the police to run and
more likely to be favoured by corporations with deeper pockets.
Informers are preferred by the State as they are cheaper than employing someone full time and
without the attendant risks ...
#13 Mar 7, 2011
Who is paying and what they want
The types of agencies that will seek to infiltrate a group come in three distinct groups: the State,
corporations and the media ...
#14 Mar 7, 2011
State agencies will be the most professional and
experienced of the threats facing you.
They target those they think might be involved in criminal activity in furtherance of a political agenda,
are actively organising political protests or even just might upset the status quo.
Their goal is not simply solving crime or policing protest,
but as much about gathering information,
building profiles and on occasion simply disrupting the group to the point where you are no longer a threat.
It is not helpful to see the State as a single entity with a clear agenda.
Different parts do things in different ways with different objectives and budgets.
Various arms of the State are funded to different levels and often they are in competition with each other.
So just because some parts are well funded, it is a mistake to think that all are.
Different police forces have their own agendas and how they spend their budgets on surveillance,
infiltration or even just targeting groups will vary greatly ...
#15 Mar 7, 2011
Corporations, Lawyers and professional agencies
A very different beast from the State again, their objectives are quite varied and often money is no object.
Usually their objectives are one or more of:
finding information on forthcoming campaigns so that they can successfully pre-empt threats including through PR, or sabotage the group's activities’)
information gathering on people and campaigns for threat analysis’) preparation for legal cases.
Most corporations outsource this to professional companies who come in various sizes.
Some, such as Knoll, are trans-national and do as much work in industrial espionage as on campaigns against particular corporations ...
#16 Mar 7, 2011
It is far from unknown for newspapers to get involved in groups to get a juicy story or to back up something they have heard and to do it covertly.
Often easy tosspot by their inappropriate clothes and their poor questioning technique –
they struggle not to ask directly what they want to find out –
and even by their open note taking. Some simply want photos.
Pretty much all want a speedy story so they rarely invest the time and money needed to get away with it properly.
A nuisance more than anything, they are unlikely to give you a good press anyway.
The best thing to do is politely ask them to leave.
#17 Mar 7, 2011
o you have an infiltrator?
Why would you suspect you have an infiltrator in the first place?
Consider• Things go wrong when they’ve not been doing so previously.
• Your opponents seem to know what you are planning despite your precautions.
• Constant internal disruption.
• New faces at meetings acting dubiously.
• Your opponents have a history of targeting campaign groups
(in some situations/groups it is good to be pro-active before any damage is done)
It is rare that straight away there is clear proof you have an insider working against you.
Sometimes the information comes from other groups who have noticed problems with yours,
or have had a similar experience,
or are even aware of a particular individual being a problem.
In many cases it is simply pure instinct–
you know something is wrong and you cannot put a finger on it,
at which point you start digging to confirm or deny.
Infiltrators tend to go for positions where they can either get the most information or do the most damage.
Watch out for the following behavior :
#18 Mar 7, 2011
Volunteering for tasks which give access to important meetings and papers such as financial records,
membership lists, minutes and confidential files, including typing up notes and ‘recycling’ the paperwork.
Often they quite dull tasks so people are happy to pass them on to others despite how much they expose details of the group's members.
Asking probing questions bordering on the intrusive, particularly about people's personal details and
actions questioner was not involved in.
This allows them to build up a picture of people’s roles in the group.
Regularly being overgenerous with money, including financing stuff or buying people drinks and/or drugs
to gain access to activists socially with the aim of gaining their confidence or just causing them to become talkative.
Being insistent on giving people lifts home, especially when it means they are going out of their own way.
Regularly praising key people to their faces.
Regularly coming to meetings, joining discussions, but never getting involved in the group as such ...
#19 Mar 7, 2011
Disruption & discrediting
Not following through on, or completing,
important tasks; or doing them poorly despite an obvious ability to do good work.
Causing problems for a group such as committing it to activities or expenses without following proper channels; or
encouraging the group to plan activities that divide group unity.
Seeming to be in the middle of personal or political differences that are disruptive to the group.
Seeking the public spotlight, and then making comments or presenting an image different from the rest of the group.
#22 Dec 12, 2012
What kind of sick people do we have out there in the world, that they believe in creating some kind of "New World Order"? How sick-minded and demented will someone let their mind become? What a sinister and diabolical group of people we have out their in society. Where did they go wrong, and decide to sell their souls to the devil? They are sick! God save us from these people.
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