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Is there a new world order?


Iraq wants to be split into three different countries: Kurds, Shiia, and Sunni. Syria also wants to be divided. Israel wants to takeover Palestine. Palestine wants to become it's own country. The Eastern part of the Ukraine wants to be returned to Russia. Egypt democratically elected the Muslim Brotherhood, but they were deposed. Western Belgium wants to part of France. Libya's militia wants to take over.. It seems like the new world order is really the old world order. These people want to return to their roots and not follow the modern day borders of their countries. What are your thoughts?

 

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    Mike Russo (peoplepower73) 2 years ago

    lone77star; Thank you for your insightful view of the NWO. Do you have a hub or links to articles to verify your comments? I have often thought there was a power influence that operated behind the scenes.

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    Mike Russo (peoplepower73) 2 years ago

    An excellent answer. Thank you for your thoughtful remarks.

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    Mike Russo (peoplepower73) 2 years ago

    The difference is a democratic process within the context of a democracy. Most of the countries I mentioned are theocracies. When democracy is thrust upon them, the outcome is never good. I Should have made this a forum instead of question format.

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    cjhunsinger 2 years ago

    next--This is perhaps one of the most inane statements I have ever read. Is it possible for you to back this up with any clarity?


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Shyron E Shenko says

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    cjhunsinger 2 years ago

    Which god might that be? Kingdoms require subjects. How does this work in a free society or are you promoting a theocracy. Of what I see in the world past or present this god is not a good planner, unless chaos is his best suit.

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    cjhunsinger 2 years ago

    sean--Do you find this acceptable or unacceptable?