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|How can a movement initiated by globalists stop globalism?|
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|October 5, 2011||#1|
Join Date: Dec 2010
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How can a movement initiated by globalists stop globalism?
This is getting interesting. the demands of these groups are making much more sense now that it is becoming clear that the groups that initiated the call for these protests are funded by soros and other globalists.... Because many of those demands are actually impossible. they appear to concentrating power and the collective nature of society. then opps... we cant fund it, but no you cant have your liberty back....
sheep I say!!! did you expect anything less? the tea party started out grass roots, but was quickly subverted. It appears this one was staged from the start...
|October 5, 2011||#3|
Join Date: Dec 2008
Location: Western WA
USDA Zone: 7b
Re: How can a movement initiated by globalists stop globalism?
Just like the 1917 Russian Revolution. Yes, it was a hodge podge of liberal Democrats, anti monarchists etc, and anarchists, but behind the scenes, with the diabolical talents of a snake, was the Bolshevics.
Nothing new under the Sun.
Michael Moore is probably fleecing the movement for all he can take of it.
I doubt that a fraction of these poor dupes realize they are begging for total government, under the thin veneer of a Socialist Nanny State, where all are cared for and nobody left behind.
Great Rhetoric to bait the hook.
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