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#1209286 - Fri Mar 14 2014 04:54 PM Re: This is how the world ends... [Re: Wonder Boy]
Wonder Boy
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The Bilderberg Group is a group of several thousand of the richest industrialists, who allegedly have a plan to "cull"
the world's population from 7 billion or so, down to a controllable billion or less, at least partly by entering toxic
substances into food, medicine and vaccines.

Jesse Ventura, Conspiracy Theory: "FEMA Camps/Fusion Centers"



Jesse Ventura, Conspiracy Theory: "Bilderberg Group"


I could have posted a longer and more credible source, but Jesse Ventura is a more entertainingly silly one
to post here.

But other linked documentaries (at youtube) lay out how this appears to actually be in the process of
implementation.




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#1209287 - Fri Mar 14 2014 05:05 PM Re: This is how the world ends... [Re: Wonder Boy]
Wonder Boy
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Here's Hal Lindsey on the same Bilderberg Group topic, making a more lucid and serious commentary:


Hal Lindsey talks about Bilderberg and the plan for depopulation







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#1209296 - Fri Mar 14 2014 11:20 PM Re: This is how the world ends... [Re: Wonder Boy]
Pig Iran
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 Originally Posted By: Wonder Boy
Nice to have you back, Pig Iran.



I thought I was clear in my opening post, but maybe not, that this is a topic for discussing ALL speculations on how the world ends, and not just Biblical/Christian ones.

And while I have given a number of Christian/Bible Prophecy-related scenarios, there are many others that one could be an agnostic or atheist and see the potential for, such as nuclear war, global epidemic, solar flare, peak oil, collapse of the global economic system.

Most are deadly serious and have at least a degree of factual basis, a few I've posted here are wildly speculative and off-base to the point of self parody and self-humiliation.

Current tensions in the Ukraine have been said by several, including Russia expert and Princeton University professor Stephen Cohen, to be comparable to the Cuban missile crisis, and have a real possibility of pulling us into a third world war.
And like JFK in the years leading up to the Cuban missile crisis, I'd argue that Obama's weakness on many fronts, unwillingness to defend out allies, and outright betraying them (Poland, Czech Republic, Israel, Libya, Egypt, Syria) has invited the current situation.

Kennedy is hailed as a strong leader who got us through the Cuban missile crisis, but if not for his weakness leading up to it that emboldened the Russians to it, there would have never been a Cuban missile crisis.


But as a Christian...all of the conspiracies are tied together by Lucifer...so, ultimately it doesn't matter I guess. Aliens (fallen angels in disguise), pole shift (Niburu), disease and war (anti-christ types)..etc etc.
At any rate, i think WWIII could light up in many ways and have 2 or 3 parts rather than be full on the entire time.
I'm of the opinion that over a 5-10 year period all kinds of crap will happen so fast and furiously people will actually die of stress. it will be coming from everywhere and all manner of various things,...disease, war, meteors, weather, pole shift, EMP, the economic collapse, and famine.... I believe if it happens and I think everything will line up perfectly to be a perfect shitstorm that no one can explain and no one can escape.

But I don't think the world ends..i just think it will end for a Loooooooooooooooottttttt of people...like 75%.


Edited by Pig Iran (Fri Mar 14 2014 11:23 PM)


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#1209302 - Sat Mar 15 2014 02:35 PM Re: This is how the world ends... [Re: Pig Iran]
Wonder Boy
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Well, as you acknowledge in your own answer, these end times scenarios can be observed as imminent, even if one
is NOT a Christian.

But certainly, for Christians things such as a nuclear war, global plague, world war, global economic collapse, or rise
and tyranny of a global government, would all be seen through the template of at least potentially being the
fulfillment of end-times prophecy.



Christians in Nazi concentration camps thought Hitler was the prophetically foretold anti-Christ.

Since at least the late 1970's I've seen that things are in place where an anti-Christ type figure could lock down
authoritarian control on the U.S. and European population.
With credit increasingly replacing cash, the UPC
price codes with all numbers framed in a 666 bar. The internet where every message and phone call are recorded and can be retrieved
instantly from a national database (thank you NSA, Bush's Patriot Act, and Obama's renewal and expansion of it!).
Security cameras everywhere, face-recognition technology, the capacity to freeze assets. The militarization
of local police, DHS accumulating 1.6 billion rounds of ammunition, construction of 600 FEMA camps across the U.S.
that can detain up to 50 million people. In the last 2 years I've increasingly heard of a chip created that has
the potential to replace credit cards, that is being proposed to --you guessed it!-- be placed in either the right
hand or forehead of each person.

For the first time, an authoritarian one-world government in the West has the ability -right now-- to do a complete
lockdown. But I think they will continue to refine that ability before they really turn the screws.

Even as a Christian, I look at these things disturbingly resembling Bible prophecy enough to possibly be
fulfilling them. But I don't jump the gun and say it definitely is.

But disaster, particularly economic collapse that would trigger an authoritarian police state to put down revolution
and dissent, certainly seems imminent unless reforms are made. As I've pointed out repeatedly, even the CBO, GAO,
global credit rating agencies, and our Chinese debt financiers (who are quietly getting out of U.S. treasury assets)
have all warned that the current system is "unsustainable" unless we change course. And these people are not
right-wing Christians, looking at events through Bible prophecy.


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#1209458 - Fri Mar 28 2014 03:19 AM Re: This is how the world ends... [Re: Wonder Boy]
Wonder Boy
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FEMA CAMPS EXPOSED



I didn't know that FEMA had been transferred to become part of Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
It had previously only been a disaster-relief agency.


The poster of this video did themselves a disservice by putting a specific date on their video that will quickly make it
obsolete and the source of ridicule. As are many other similar videos on Youtube.

Regardless, DHS still has FEMA CAMPS set up to hold roughly 50 million people, along with NDAA 2012 and NDAA 2013,
the Patriot Act, and 1.6 billion rounds of ammunition, to legally pave the way for an authoritarian power grab,
and wage war on all dissenters.

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#1209487 - Sat Mar 29 2014 03:52 PM Re: This is how the world ends... [Re: Wonder Boy]
Wonder Boy
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For fun sometimes I listen to Alex Jones. I don't trust him as a reliable source, but clicking on one of his videos
guarantees you'll be listening to some of the wildest conspiracy theories out there. (My favorite to date being his
allegation that Andrew Breitbart was assassinated by the CIA, with some kind of heart-attack-inducing gun that can be
fired at someone from a distance. Despite that numerous local bystanders in his neighborhood saw him collapse and
instantly came to Breitbart's aid.)

In this video, Jones is interviewing Lyndon Larouche about recent events in Ukraine, and Larouche goes on in 10,000
directions on multiple other conspiracy theories.
I've heard of Larouche (who first became visible to me in the early 1980's, when David Duke made headlines running for
office and was associated with him). I always thought he was some KKK-type. But based on this video, he's a
wacked-out conspiracy theorist that can't be solidly pinned to either the Left or Right. It's just interesting
to actually see LaRouche, and hear him tell it in his own words after all these decades of obscure notoriety.



I actually think he's right in one area, about the power struggle between the trans-Atlantic countries and the
Eurasian countries. But I don't agree we've been in steady decline since the JFK era, or that it inevitably leads
to "thermonuclear war". (He actually makes a distinction between nuclear war and thermonuclear war, that likewise
doesn't doesn't fully make sense to me. He alleges that thermonuclear war means a nation launching
everything they've got. But logically, a nation might use half of their nuclear arsenal, but then keep half to
deter any further aggression against them with the threat of launching even more destruction. For any
sane country, the goal is always deterrence, not all-out destruction.)

The stuff he says about fracking rings untrue to me also. The reports I've seen are that fracking is safe, and
the Left's reports of dangerous environmental damage from fracking have proven to be manufactured and false evidence.

In Larouche's defense, while I don't buy his assertion that all-out nuclear war is an inevitable result of the clash
over Ukraine, Princeton University professor (and Russia expert) Stephen Cohen said on CNN a week ago that this
clash is a dangerous game, that at least poses the danger of a mis-step that could accidentally lead to nuclear
war, and that we're "three short steps away from war".


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#1209488 - Sat Mar 29 2014 04:14 PM Re: This is how the world ends... [Re: Wonder Boy]
Wonder Boy
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This one, with Alex Jones interviewing a former military officer (allegedly and anonymously), is even more interesting.



Alleging the U.S. military has plans to provoke a battlefield first strike by the Russians in Ukraine, to allow U.S. nuclear
retaliation, that cripples Russian forces and allows the U.S. (in the lack of Russia having the ability to further respond)
to go ahead and take out Syria and Iran!

Oh, and by the way, Iran has already had nuclear weapons for years.
Plus the U.S. military is thoroughly infiltrated by
Russian and Chinese sleeper agents. Seduced and brought to the other side by hot sexy blonde Russian spies.
Lively stuff.

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#1211541 - Mon Apr 14 2014 10:34 AM Re: This is how the world ends... [Re: Wonder Boy]
Wonder Boy
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EMP Nightmare: How Iran or North Korea Could Destroy America with a Single Bomb



A more serious discussion of using nuclear EMP weapons against the United States, by either Iran or North Korea.

As much as George W. Bush was demonized during his presidency for his alleged wrongheaded paranoia about an
"axis of evil" between Iran, Syria and North Korea regarding proliferation of nuclear weapons,
there has been considerable evidence of that secretive cooperation in recent years. Beginning with the
Israeli bombing of a Syrian facility that (post-attack, examining the bombed remains) had a more advanced
nuclear program than anyone expected them to have, some of the components being North Korean,
speeding development along.

The above clip discusses Iranian nuclear scientists attending a North Korean nuclear test. And pretty
impressive video of a North Korean underground test, presumably taken by a U.S. reconnaissance
satellite or plane.

And I've seen other reports previously about Iran testing a new missile from a ship in the Caspian sea,
that would likewise fit the scenario of a dry run for an EMP attack on the U S.

We think of the United States as insulated from foreign powers by the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. But as
this clip details, they could sail up in a missile-capable ship and launch 12 miles off our shore, with
virtually no response time.

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#1211544 - Mon Apr 14 2014 11:51 AM Re: This is how the world ends... [Re: Wonder Boy]
Wonder Boy
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Five experiments that could have ended the world



2 of the 5 involved nuclear weapons.

The one in 1945 involved the then-untested chain reaction of a nuclear explosion, and they didn't know if the
chain reaction would stop at some point and just create a huge explosion, or whether the chain reaction would
continue to consume earth's entire atmosphere.
But they did it anyway.
The 1962 one I wasn't aware of.

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#1211545 - Mon Apr 14 2014 12:13 PM Re: This is how the world ends... [Re: Wonder Boy]
Wonder Boy
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Top 10 Ways the World Might End (in the Next 100 Years)


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