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article imageOp-Ed: People against New World Order to be demonized following shooting

By Alex Allen     Nov 3, 2013 in Politics
We all know the establishment loves to demonize libertarians, conservatives, radical liberals, constitutionalists, and any other group of people that threatens the status quo. But are they now gearing up to attack people who oppose the "New World Order"?
The "New World Order" is very real. With today's access to information, it is hard for anyone to credibly deny the fact that there are very wealthy and powerful individuals working towards a one world system of government that would benefit only the ruling class. We've all seen George Bush, Sr.'s infamous statements about a "New World Order" and we've even seen analysts in mainstream news admit that we're all slaves to the central banking system and that we are living under global governance. So it's no question that this is a legitimate conspiracy. In fact, it would be ignorant and irresponsible to suggest that this idea of a one world government run by central bankers is some sort of "nut-job conspiracy theory." The only question that remains is whether or not the establishment is prepared to go full force against those who are aware of the New World Order. And now that we are seeing the details of this most recent shooting coming out, we very well may have the answer.
I've pointed out before that various unclassified and declassified documents explicitly use the term "New World Order" and label those who oppose it as radical extremists and even terrorists. For example, I wrote an article in February over a report from the Combating Terrorism Center at West Point which labeled people who "oppose a New World Order" as potential terrorist threats. An excerpt from the report reads as follows:
"Some groups are driven by a strong conviction that the American political system and its proxies were hijacked by external forces interested in promoting a "New World Order," (NWO) in which the United States will be embedded in the UN or another version of global government. The NWO will be advanced, they believe, via steady transition of powers from local to federal law enforcement agencies, i.e., the transition of local police and law enforcement agencies into a federally controlled "National Police" agency that will in turn merge with a "Multi-National Peace Keeping Force." The latter deployment on US soil will be justified via a domestic campaign implemented by interested parties that will emphasize American society's deficiencies and US government incompetency. This will convince the American people that resorting stability and order inevitably demands the use of international forces. The last state, according to most NWO narratives, involves the transformation of the United States government into an international/world government and the execution and oppression of those opposing this process."
The Combatting Terrorism Center is not the only group who is on record demonizing the Anti-New World Order movement. Below is a list of just a few of the groups who are labeled extremists, criminals, and terrorists in a Department of Justice manual titled "Investigating Terrorism and Criminal Extremism."
1.) People who are against the Bilderberg Group
2.) People who advocate gold and silver as currency for biblical reasons
3.) Christian patriots
4.) Citizens Militia groups
5.) The Constitution Party
6.) People who believe detention camps are being set up by the U.S. government
7.) People who advocate returning to a gold standard for constitutional reasons
8.) People who believe the government has been taken over by corporations
9.) People who believe the CFR, Trilateral Commission, and Bilderberg group are all working together to establish the "New World Order"
10.) People who keep track of public officials
11.) Gun Owners of America
12.) "Hacktivists" (i.e. Anonymous)
So we have the proof that the Anti-New World Order movement has already been demonized in the white papers. But will they now come out against the movement in mainstream news?
The recent LAX shooting has already raised several eyebrows and caused the term "false flag" to be floated around. But one of the most important things to note is the fact that, shortly after the shooting occurred, mainstream news was already reporting that he was "anti-government" and "anti-TSA." A FOX News article from earlier today reports that a note allegedly left by the shooter mentioned "fiat currency" and the New World Order, which FOX News claims is just a "conspiracy theory."
So as the days progress, will we see the Anti-New World Order movement attacked by mainstream rhetoric? My gut tells me yes, but only time will tell. The important thing for people to remember is the fact that libertarians, constitutionalists, conservatives, and people against the New World Order are not the only people demonized in the white papers. They've labeled photographers, gun owners, and even people who own coffee grinders and goggles as potential terrorists. So watch your back, Joe Six Pack. They're coming for you too.
This opinion article was written by an independent writer. The opinions and views expressed herein are those of the author and are not necessarily intended to reflect those of
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