QUOTE (pagypsy @ Jan 31 2009, 12:11 PM)
...I'm always curious about this "one-world-government" that has been discussed and am not convinced that it exists. If it really does exist, then when will it come to power? Aren't the people who belong to this "Illuminati" already so old that they're almost dead? I just don't get the ongoing theory of the evil group of men who want to rule the entire world.
This is precisely why I shake my head at many of the videos I click links to, why, when I go searching for information and wind up 50% of the time on spooky looking websites with skulls and satanic images and pink and green type on a black background I think to myself, 'the truth will never be understood'.
There may well be a "Luciferic" angle to all this, I really don't know, I try to approach that in a thread I started here titled the "dragon blood line".
But that's all hidden in secrecy, there's only so much that can be inferred, and you don't even have to sign up with that crowd to understand, empirically, that the ultimate goal of the people running things is central control at the international level. I can hear the gears in your head churning - WHO??? Well, without naming names, it is the major stockholders of the world's central banks, the steering committee of the Bilderberg Group, the top directors of the Peter G. Peterson Institute for International Economics - look it up, look at who the top directors are there. I could add the leadership of the Council on Foreign Relations or the Trilateral Commission, but it would be superfluous, they are mostly the same people. Those are among the "who". The Rothschilds are arguably also high up, because they are richer than any of them and they put the system in place - but you won't find their names on any lists anywhere. They remain behind the curtain behind the curtain, so to speak.
As for this "One World Government" idea, you can see it happening, incrementally, in the real world if you look. I notice here in Japan that there is a bias against physical tickets in favor of "cards" to board the trains - less and less turnstiles accept physical tickets. I refuse to use the cards, and so I have to wait in long lines to get out of the train station. You can ride the freeways here cheaper if you get a GPS chip installed in your car. I could go on and on - the goal is central control, in a cashless society (it's impossible to keep tabs on everything that's going on when people use physical money - digital money can easily be tracked - that's why things are going in this direction). I mentioned James Warburg's confession to the US Senate in 1950, here is a link to the quote -http://quotes.liberty-tree.ca/quote/james_warburg_quote_bc08
You can google it and find it anywhere - he really said it. His father was Paul Warburg, who was a central player in the setting up of the Federal Reserve system.
Aren't the people who belong to this "Illuminati" already so old that they're almost dead?
First of all, I avoid using the word "Illuminati", it's a word people use, clumsily, to describe a secretive cabal. There might be good reason to call it that, but it backfires and enables anyone who talks about secretive sects to be branded as a nut-job. There really was a sect called the Illuminati, which is probably connected to the people running things now - but the term has been turned against anyone trying to find out anything.
As for "them" being "dead", the families that run things are incredibly intermarried, and the "goal" appears to live on from generation to generation. Like I said, the idea of a one-world-government was expressed over 50 years ago, by the son of the architect of the Federal Reserve System nonetheless.
I believe the "spooky" aspect of it all is enchouraged, it helps convince rational people that it's all a bunch of hooey. But it's real.