Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Skeptical Us

While we'd like to spend the next several years sorting through the material at screwloosechange and checking out links posted, we've come across this paragraph that shows us the lack of in-depth investigation necessary no matter what is brought into the post/discussion on a particular issue.

In trying to show some statement should not pertain to President Obama, the writer/s dismiss any serious discussion of the 'new world order.'

Obviously, they didn't conduct much of a search before posting as they'd have come across our Net the Truth Online analysis of just a few weeks ago of a Mr. Damon Vickers comments about just such an occurrence should the global financial crisis reach critical mass.

Friday, November 27, 2009
Vickers Many Conspiracies Might be true not global currency?
A CNBC guest Damon Vickers was later invited onto the Glenn Beck Program to review his particular statement:

“If the global currency crisis unfolds, then inevitably you get an alignment of a global world government. A new global currency and a new world order, so we may be moving towards that,”

CNBC Report

With video of the exchange on CNBC's Asia Squawk Box

Dollar Will be "Utterly Destroyed": Strategist
Published: Friday, 6 Nov 2009 | 3:09 AM ET Text Size By:

On CNBC, Strategist Says Dollar Will be ‘Utterly Destroyed’; We Are Moving Toward ‘New World Order’Posted by Ralph Bernardo on November 18, 2009

So the potential for a 'new world order' is real, no matter what language is used to describe it. Unfortunately, screwloosechange doesn't see the trees for the forest on the issue of an impending New World Order. We just can't trust that whatever else they have to say to debunk 9/11 Truth Movement is of much value, but we do cite them in a previous posting because of material provided on Jesse Ventura's mishandled investigation of 9/11.

Net the Truth Online

Webster Tarpley appears to make the claim that the New World Order (ooga booga!) is secretly a plot by the British Empire and the American Empire to unite the globe, but by calling it the "New" World Order they make it sound like it ain't the same as the old boss.

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