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One World Government is the Ultimate Goal of the Elite

One World Government is the Ultimate Goal of the Elite



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ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT. THE ELITE’S ULTIMATE GOAL.Michael WilsonEnglish 111Professor Miller 4/01/08 
Humankind is an amazing species with incredible potential. Collectively, we steer our intellect in a way in which no other living beings can. With our heart, soul, brain power, and alittle bit of hard work, we’ve sent mankind into the exploration of outer space, cured multiplediseases that have had the potential to destroy millions, crafted masterpieces of artwork toonumerous to name, and have extended our love of the earth into every mountain, tree, ocean, andcreature of this planet. However, madness and genius are close relatives. Among many of our "advanced" abilities we enjoy over other species, is our willingness to hate. This duality is thespring from which all conflict arises. In one day, a human being can love, hate, control, remain passive, defend themselves, become shy or awkward, or feel extremely outgoing. Thiscompetition of conflicting emotions creates disorder within us. The disorder within us breedsdisorder with one another. When we act disorderly with one another, this produces fear. Fear creates a state of panic. Panic urns for resolution. Quite too often, the decision on how to stifle panic has concluded with the election of another human being, or small body of human beings, tostand in front of us, pat us on the back, and assure us that "everything will be alright." If historywere our best judge, overwhelmingly, we would find that this conclusion is, has been, andalways will be, fundamentally flawed. The election of a leader from our own disorderly pack of conflicting emotional intellects is illogical, because the leader (him or herself)
is a victim of thisconfliction
! Why do we believe that the answer to solve confliction is to elect the conflicted?Secondly, why would such a person, understanding of his or her own conflictions choose to seek such a position? These are the types of questions that we have pondered over since the beginningof central governments. For our first question, our assumption is that the imaginary source of comfort is a quick fix for the weak masses. A belief of one human, or a small body of humans possessing some type of "On/Off" switch for their hateful, intolerant, greedy, or sociopath side(s)
is obviously an illusion, but a quicker fix for mass comfort than actually tearing down the dreamworld and starting over again with something tangible. However, what is to be said for our second question? Are we experiencing legitimate attempts to become super-human, withmoments of monumental arrogance? Or does this public display of " super-humanism" amount tonothing more but a man or a woman, or group of men or women's personal desire's beingfulfilled without the inclusion of society as a whole in the decision making process? In addition,if these Men and Women perfected such blatant disregard for the masses of people around theworld, what could they accomplish if they pooled together? At the capstone of such a pyramid a New World Order rises, with the ultimate goal of a one-world government.The New World Order is a controversial topic that requires mostly independent research; doto the unfortunate nature of corporate mainstream media. Trusting high profile news mediafigures like Tom Brokaw, Dan Rather 
Barbara Walters, William Buckley, GeorgeStephanopoulos, Jim Lehrer, and Diane Sawyer, (just to name a few) to provide us with “honestand unbiased journalism” while also retaining membership in the Council on Foreign Relations(or C.F.R.) for short, (known for its nature of secrecy, and commitment to globalization), is avery tough task indeed. In a recent episode of “The Prophecy Club” airing April 7, 2006, DavidRivera spoke at length to this hurdle, and to many of the other facets of corruption in mainstreammedia, and to the holders of their “strings.” Towards the middle of the program (1:43:02) Riveraquoted David Rockefeller’s words from 1991. “
We are grateful to the Washington Post, theNew York Times, Time Magazine and other great publications whose directors haveattended our meetings and respected their promises of discretion for almost forty years.It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had beensubjected to the lights of publicity during those years. Nevertheless, the world is now 

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