Expect a Rise of “NWO Freaks” in the News
As we accelerate closer to the tipping point that will bring about great changes in our world, more and more reports will surface about people who believe in the conspiracy theories such as the New World Order and the eventual death of fiat currency that will give rise to a government-controlled world. It’s the best course of action for those who want the conspiracy theories to be discredited.
There are three prominent ways to discredit an ideology.
- Find faults in the ideology itself. This is a challenge, particularly with conspiracy theories, because a circular reasoning is created. Those who discredit the existence of a New World Order will be described as willing or unwitting pawns, in which case the debaters become more important than the debate itself.
- Find faults in those who are championing the ideology. If a person were to lay out five theories and one of those theories could be proven to be faulty, doubt can be cast on the other four. More importantly, if character issues are discovered within the champions, their ideology can be labeled as faulty as well.
- Insert false champions into the ideology, people who demonstrate evil, stupidity, or both. These negative endorsements can make others steer away for fear of association.
While all three are being masterfully practiced today, it’s the third that is possibly in play with the actions of Paul Ciancia. The alleged LAX shooter had a note in his bag that included references to “fiat currency” and “NWO”. This information was, of course, leaked to the press and they are going to have a field day with associating Ciancia and his atrocities with the conspiracy theories attached to those fearing a New World Order.
It’s unlikely we’ll ever know the real reason for his shooting spree. Assuming he recovers from his gunshot wound and faces justice, whatever story he tells will likely be a lie. It may be an intentional deception or one that has been coaxed or programmed into him. Regardless, we won’t know. What we do know is that he mentioned conspiracy theories in his note and therefore he’s associated as a “NWO Freak”.
More of these will be popping up. You can almost guaranty it. Some will be sincere freaks who simply take the concept to a bad place. Others will be compelled by those in power to do evil actions and associate their reasoning to conspiracy theories.
It’s much like the UFO phenomenon. When it became impractical to hide all of the information that was coming out about UFOs, they went in a different direction. They flooded us with stories that turned out to be hoaxed, red herrings that turned out to be manufactured, and breadcrumbs that led to the wrong conclusions. As videos became more prominent and YouTube started taking over the paranormal news arena, fantastic videos came out only to be quickly revealed as fakes. It’s not impossible to know which, if any, of the UFO videos found on YouTube are fake or not…
…just as it will become increasingly difficult to determine whether or not the conspiracy theories are just machinations of the minds of the paranoid and insane or realities that we all must be prepared to face. If they are true, the last thing those powers that be will want is a population that is prepared.