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New World Order (conspiracy theory)

New World Order (conspiracy theory)
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Anti-globalization movement The anti-globalization movement, or counter-globalisation movement,[1] is critical of the globalization of corporate capitalism. The movement is also commonly referred to as the global justice movement,[2] alter-globalization movement, anti-globalist movement, anti-corporate globalization movement,[3] or movement against neoliberal globalization. Participants base their criticisms on a number of related ideas.[4] What is shared is that participants oppose what they see as large, multi-national corporations having unregulated political power, exercised through trade agreements and deregulated financial markets. Specifically, corporations are accused of seeking to maximize profit at the expense of work safety conditions and standards, labor hiring and compensation standards, environmental conservation principles, and the integrity of national legislative authority, independence and sovereignty. Ideology and causes[edit] Global opposition to neoliberalism[edit] Anti-war movement[edit]

Mayan doomsday 2012 debunking: Nibiru (Planet X) is coming Email It’s December 21, 2012. Nibiru, or Planet X as some call it, is going to collide or just barely miss a collision with planet Earth, and the consequences will be devastating. The idea was first started in 1995 by Nancy Lieder, founder of the website ZetaTalk. Lieder described Planet X as roughly four times the size of the Earth, and said that its closest approach would occur on May 27, 2003, resulting in the Earth’s rotation ceasing for exactly 5.9 terrestrial days. Reality check!!! Calling this pseudoscience would be a stretch – it’s just borderline madness. People who actually believe this think that astronomers are all working together and keeping it a secret. “Put your pets down“… This woman should be in a facility if you ask me. Read about other popular Mayan doomsday “prophecies” from our debunking series:

8 Government Conspiracy Theories (And How They Could Be Right) Grab your tinfoil hats. It’s time to get paranoid. Conspiracy #1: The government is trying to control my mind. The Truth: The government has invested millions in mind control technologies. Who doesn’t want a telepathic ray gun? In 2002, the Air Force Research laboratory patented a similar microwave device. The mind games don’t stop there. “Can we get control of an individual to the point where he will do our bidding against his will and even against fundamental laws of nature, such as self-preservation?” In April 1953, the CIA decided to find out. That lack of test subjects drove the CIA to wander off the ethical deep-end, leading the Agency to experiment on unwitting Americans. About 80 institutions—44 of them colleges—housed MKUltra labs. The CIA tried its hand at erasing people’s memories, too. In the wake of the Watergate scandal, the CIA destroyed hundreds of thousands of MKUltra documents. Conspiracy #2: The government is poisoning me. Library of Congress Wikimedia Commons Getty Images

Mark of the Beast : Obama's Healthcare Mandate Mar 2013-Dec 2017 RFID in Right Hand (Aug 28, 2012) The Fluoride Conspiracy "Tell a lie loud enough and long enough and people will believe it." - Adolf Hitler "Fluoridation is the greatest case of scientific fraud of this century." - Robert Carlton, Ph.D, former EPA scientist, 1992 The history of forcing fluoride on humans through the fluoridation of drinking water is wrought with lies, greed and deception. Governments that add fluoride to drinking water supplies insist that it is safe, beneficial and necessary, however, scientific evidence shows that fluoride is not safe to ingest and areas that fluoridate their drinking water supplies have higher rates of cavities, cancer, dental fluorosis, osteoporosis and other health problems. At the end of World War II, the US government sent Charles Eliot Perkins, a research worker in chemistry, biochemistry, physiology and pathology, to take charge of the vast Farben chemical plants in Germany. During the Cold War, Dr.

Biological warfare There is an overlap between BW and chemical warfare, as the use of toxins produced by living organisms is considered under the provisions of both the Biological Weapons Convention and the Chemical Weapons Convention. Toxins and psychochemical weapons are often referred to as midspectrum agents. Unlike bioweapons, these midspectrum agents do not reproduce in their host and are typically characterized by shorter incubation periods.[2] Overview[edit] Offensive biological warfare, including mass production, stockpiling and use of biological weapons, was outlawed by the 1972 Biological Weapons Convention (BWC). A nation or group that can pose a credible threat of mass casualty has the ability to alter the terms on which other nations or groups interact with it. History[edit] Rudimentary forms of biological warfare have been practiced since antiquity.[5] During the 6th century BC, the Assyrians poisoned enemy wells with a fungus that would render the enemy delirious. Postwar period[edit]

Misconceptions: The Planet X Arguments in a Nutshell The Planet X Saga: The Scientific Arguments in a Nutshell Let me be very clear here: Nancy Lieder, Mark Hazlewood and the rest of these Planet X people (hereafter referred to as "PXPs") are completely wrong. No rogue giant planet is about to destroy the Earth, in May 2003 or otherwise. The webpages on this and other sites give lots of details, but I thought it might help if I made a brief synopsis of the arguments I and others make to debunk this pseudoscientific silliness. Listed below are the major points against the claims of the PXPs. Feel free to use them to make yourself feel better, or to use on someone who is contemplating the Dark Side. Ancient texts do not discuss the existence of a tenth planet. Zechariah Sitchin bases his entire theory of the existence of a tenth planet on ancient texts, including Sumerian and biblical writings. But there are two major problems with this. Worse, his interpretation of the picture is wrong. Look at Jupiter. This is wrong. This is wrong.

Big Brother Is Watching - A Corporate License to Kill - Conspiracies on truTV Most frightening of all is that this secret group of informants has been given a license to kill. Rothschild's whistleblower informed him that he “was at a meeting where there was an FBI member and a Homeland Security member telling him and the other business people in the room that there’s gonna be martial law in the United States. Not if, but when, and when martial law comes down the pike, it’s the responsibility of the business owners to protect their little corner of the infrastructure and that they have the right to use lethal force to protect [it].” George W. InfraGard is nothing less than a secret, quasi-governmental organization made up of your friends and neighbors who have a direct line to the FBI, access to secret information and privileges, and the government-given right to exercise lethal force with little fear of reprisal. A country depends on its average citizens to right the ship of state when it begins to pitch.

North American Union Map showing the theoretical union located in the world map. Some form of union has been discussed or proposed in academic, business, and political circles for decades.[1][2][3][4] However, government officials from all three nations say there are no plans to create a North American Union and that no agreement to do so has been signed.[5][6][7] The formation of a North American Union has been the subject of various conspiracy theories.[8][9][10][11] History[edit] Since at least the mid-19th century, numerous concepts for a union among Canada, Mexico and the United States, some including Caribbean, Central American and South American countries, have been proposed, such as the North American Technate. Later, amid a push for greater integration and concerns about the impact of heightened security on trade relations following the September 11 attacks in 2001, an effort was organized in 2003 by the Canadian Council of Chief Executives, U.S. Claims of implementation[edit] Features[edit]

The Vaccination Conspiracy The Vaccination Myth The government requires us to get various vaccinations either before entering primary school, employment, or as a first-time citizen. These vaccinations purport to protect citizens from a variety of maladies, from Polio to Rubella. While the medical viability of these vaccinations may not be an issue, the ethical usage of these vaccinations are. In other words, although the government may require all citizens to obtain vaccinations for medical reasons, there may be other purposes the government may have, particularly for tracking and experimental weapon purposes. With respect to the tracking issue, the government places miniscule tracking devices in these vaccinations. As new technology has developed over the years, the need to vaccinate each and every one of us has become more creative, particularly with older citizens. These vaccinations are also used for experimental weapon purposes as well.