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The Positive Outcome Theory

 
Anonymous Coward
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01/26/2013 03:19 PM
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The Positive Outcome Theory
For those people that need a mental break from the DOOM and GLOOM of this "website", here are a few things to consider.

Consider that the world's elite has a religion. You could call it Molech, NWO, Satanism, whatever you want. They secure their followers with bribes, jobs and political positions.

Compare this to the muslim faith. Muslim followers will willingly die for their beliefs. However, if the NWO religion fails, it will eat itself, and it destined to do just that.

Without the bribes, paychecks, or payoffs, without the monetary system itself, the NWO followers will flee selfishly from the system, and have no loyalty to their leaders. This is what they have created.

So the good news is... When the going gets real tough, their fragile control system will fall apart like a house of cards. They have no control without money and power to back it up. In fact, any major economic instability could topple their whole top-down system into dust. And it will.

The last effort of any regime like this is to tighten control and try to prevent the eventual uprising. This is also not possible. The reality is, most US soldiers and police officers will not fire on US citizens. In recent news, they have been asked if they would if put in that position.

So there you have it, common sense says that their system is bound to topple when the money isn't there. There is no loyalty within their ranks. However, our US military and police are mostly loyal to the people and the idea of our constitution.

The third scenario, involving bringing in UN troops to do policing, will also not work. With the number of armed US citizens, american soldiers and police officers, they have no hope of succeeding.

So, BIG BROTHER, You lose. You were destined to lose, and no amount of fear or misinformation can prevent your downfall.
Lucky Charms

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01/26/2013 03:33 PM

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Re: The Positive Outcome Theory
You're assuming that the current economic instability is not a product of their agenda, but most schools of thought on this will tell you it's all part of the plan, the system does what it does because they make it do so... the economy is not some blind force of nature, it's a construct, a machine, designed, built and controlled by them.

Indeed if you have ever read the Shock Doctrine, you'll see that it's common practice to utterly destroy a nations economic system, then move in and "make it in your own image" as it were.

Second, I agree that many police officers and soldiers would be reluctant to fire on their own people, but I believe that many UN troops would be reluctant to do so too, they're human too you know.

That's why current military/police r&d is leaning heavily on drones and automated enforcement systems.

Robots will fire on anybody they are programmed to.
US citizens, no matter how well armed, stand no chance against fleets of UAVs dropping hellfires on them from the clouds.

With drones etc being fully automated, literally a handful of people could control an entire army.

You say they are destined to lose... I say, they can't lose.

Not unless something happens that neither side can foresee.

Last Edited by Lucky Charms on 01/26/2013 03:34 PM
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01/26/2013 03:43 PM
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Re: The Positive Outcome Theory
You're assuming that the current economic instability is not a product of their agenda, but most schools of thought on this will tell you it's all part of the plan, the system does what it does because they make it do so... the economy is not some blind force of nature, it's a construct, a machine, designed, built and controlled by them.

Indeed if you have ever read the Shock Doctrine, you'll see that it's common practice to utterly destroy a nations economic system, then move in and "make it in your own image" as it were.

Second, I agree that many police officers and soldiers would be reluctant to fire on their own people, but I believe that many UN troops would be reluctant to do so too, they're human too you know.

That's why current military/police r&d is leaning heavily on drones and automated enforcement systems.

Robots will fire on anybody they are programmed to.
US citizens, no matter how well armed, stand no chance against fleets of UAVs dropping hellfires on them from the clouds.

With drones etc being fully automated, literally a handful of people could control an entire army.

You say they are destined to lose... I say, they can't lose.

Not unless something happens that neither side can foresee.
 Quoting: Lucky Charms



A thoughtful response, but flawed IMO. The economy is their construct, but does not mean it isn't going to fail. It only works when all players are in. Right now germany is pulling out their gold, we just borrowed a trillion dollars from china, and other countries are considering following suit. This is why we just bought a bunch of silver. The eventual outcome is instability and failure. Our monetary value is imaginary, and many states are now pushing for their own currency.

Drones are also destined to fail. There have been numerous demonstrations from DIY people at home taking control of them, disabling them, etc. Iran recently did this. It's based on a technology that can be hacked.

As far as more advanced robotics doing the dirty work, DARPA is still in development stages with their technology. They are certainly not mass produced or ready for action.

I don't see anything in your argument that disproves a positive outcome ;)
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OP is right


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