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Message Subject Why do people believe in the Illuminati and NWO when there is no evidence?
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Okay, you have signs everywhere, but lets say you were in charge of creating the dollar bill, wouldn't you use historical artifacts to give meaning to this bill? Lets say you were making a building, wouldn't you want to put some kind of sign to make it represent something.

People want to give things meaning, it doesn't mean it has to be a conspiracy. Everytime I take on projects I tend to want to leave my mark by adding something historical or personal to it, but it doesn't mean I have an agenda to take over the world.

Presidents from all around the world have used the words "New World Order", every fucking decade I hear the words because every decade there is CHANGE, look back at history. This decade there will be a New World Order established just like there was in the 90s, it doesn't mean anything bad.

Where's the proof? All I see is people trying to make sense of things and coming up with theories, that's all. 6.8 BILLION humans on Earth, think about how hard it will be for 1% of the population to control the rest of the world, IMPOSSIBLE. It's 2010, we know here on GLP we will NOT let any bullshit happen. I have friends all around the world and they will NOT let happen what most of you doomtards want so bad.

PROPAGANDA - Who started this rumor? We should think about that instead and what was the purpose of it? If there truly was an Illuminati group with a NWO agenda it will be kept secret, no matter what, think logically.
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I have thought about this quite a bit. My conclusion is, that it is easier for people to believe in a planned organized establishment, then it is for them to believe that the 'World Order' is of humanities own making.
 
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