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My tinfoil hat melted. Ron Paul puked. Good times:
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-05-07/guest-post-false-eastwest-paradigm-hides-rise-global-currency
A taste:

Clearly, Putin and Russia are just two more puppet pieces on the globalist chessboard, pitted against other puppets in the West in a grand theater designed to distract and divide the masses through chaos. As Kissinger points out, in crisis there is opportunity.
What is the goal? Theyâ(TM)ve already told us, openly, on numerous occasions.
The first great prizes of the New World Order are a global currency and centralized economic control. The elites are not satisfied with quiet dominance of individual economies. They want complete political homogenization and the end of all sovereignty. Period. With a global currency in place, the steps towards global government become quick and small.

My observation: people don't scale. Stuff just keeps falling apart, for all the efforts to build The Bigger, Shinier Things.

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  • Conspiracies are actually pretty normal and expected features of politics.

    What distinguishes a 'conspiracy theory' in the proper pejorative is always the notion of one big conspiracy that somehow rules them all. And I am afraid this guy is just a little over that line.

    That said he's probably closer to the truth than most suspect. Each country has a class system, and the 'elite' of each country is likely to sometimes conspire with the others against the 'commoners' of their own country. They can be temporary
    • The larger a conspiracy gets, the more unwieldy it becomes, and the larger the potential rewards for betraying it.

      My theory is that people don't scale. Getting large amounts of people to adhere, e.g. an army, takes an awful lot of applied fascism.

      • by Arker (91948)
        "My theory is that people don't scale. Getting large amounts of people to adhere, e.g. an army, takes an awful lot of applied fascism."

        It does, and it can be a very fragile thing. Just ask Viktor Yanukovych.
  • Stuff just keeps falling apart, for all the efforts to build The Bigger, Shinier Things.

    At the top of the list is military hardware and enforcement systems. "Missile Defense Systems". SDI (The "Star Wars" defense initiative).

    We like to pretend that this had something to do with the fall of the same people who are marching through the Ukraine right now. All it's done is enrich a bunch of connected contractors and encourage really bad ideas in the form of interventions. But notice, the only places we hav

    • At the top of the list is military hardware and enforcement systems.

      *cough*HealthCare.gov*cough*

      All it's done is enrich a bunch of connected contractors and encourage really bad ideas in the form of interventions.

      There are diplomatic, informational, and economic levers, in addition to the military, making up DIME, which is a common model for discussing international relations.

      • by PopeRatzo (965947)

        At the top of the list is military hardware and enforcement systems.

        *cough*HealthCare.gov*cough*

        You really want to compare the cost of one billion-dollar each military jet that will never be used to the cost of healthcare.gov? No, you don't.

        ere are diplomatic, informational, and economic levers, in addition to the military, making up DIME, which is a common model for discussing international relations.

        Acronym's aside, it's not a new model. The problems with that ultra expensive hardware, that takes up th

        • The thing that surprises me most is that no matter who's president, this mechanism continues its agenda apace.

          Surprised? Why? I don't get it. This has been everyday business through out the ages. It is not necessarily conspiratorial. It is just nature personified. But people prefer the high drama of the grand tale and like the idea of being "unique". But there is nothing unique about our times except now we can deliver "anything anywhere anytime".

        • The thing that surprises me most is that no matter who's president, this mechanism continues its agenda apace.

          Part of the issue, I think, is that the 1787 Constitution, while a fine product of the Enlightenment in so many ways, really hasn't got much to say about Globalization. Such was way outside the scope of the 18th century. Thus, while I'm kind of sympathetic to the Ron Paul non-interventionalist argument, I've got to confess skepticism, as it seems a trifle naïve.

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