Posts Tagged ‘nwo’

Digital i-Drugs Dumbness

August 24, 2010 Leave a comment

Desperate Liberals and NWO Supporters Push Digital Drugs Scare. Talk about stupid. I’m definitely staying Christian, because the alternative is massive stupidity and ignorance.


Michael Savage Finally Accepts the Possibility of an NWO

Alex Jones if going to love what Michael has entertained us with tonight: the possibility that a secretive group of elitists, including George Soros, leftist Jews, certain members in Bilderberg and Obama, are trying to create a new world order in which there are no longer individual countries but one nation under one government. It seems to me that the coming of the anti-Christ is near.

10:45 P.M.: Now I’m amazed: Savage Acknowledged that Paul McCartney/the Beatles, using their songs, helped spread great immorality during their time. It’s rare to hear non-Christians, aside from Muslims, acknowledge the devastating immoral influence songs can have on people.

Update 6/16/2010: The day after I made this post, Michael mentioned Alex Jones as knowing what was going on, though called him “Alec”. A few days later Alex mentioned this as a “plug” and said that it wasn’t a big deal to him.

NWO Tries to Ban Photography and Video of Their Holy Places and Thugs

February 26, 2010 Leave a comment

Busted Under Terrorism Act for Photographing US Embassy in London

May 11, 2009

from Charlie Veitch via

This is what happens when you film at the USA Embassy in Grosvenor Square, central London. After they grabbed my camera off me they held me by the wrists and watched the footage to see if it could be used by terrorists. They decided my footage was [dung] so they let me go after busting me under Section 44 of the Terrorism Act. I love the final 5 seconds of the film: SUDDENLY ARMED POLICE EVERYWHERE!!!!

Officer’s attacking people with cameras is nothing new: (1) (2), and though Britain seems to be the first country trying to make it against the law to take a picture of a police officer, corrupt officers in the U.S. already abuse the laws in their state to justify violating the rights of U.S. citizens. In Albuquerque, New Mexico, where I live unfortunately, Albuquerque Journal investigators determined that 70% of the disorderly conduct type behavior charges made by police, were without evidence or false. In fact, two years ago, one or two officers claimed that if I didn’t go back to my house that I would be arrested.

More info: (1), (2), (3).