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STFU about the NWO Conspiracy by AtheosEmanon STFU about the NWO Conspiracy by AtheosEmanon
Yes, yes we all already know.

Obama is a devil worshiping commie who wants to destroy America and make a world government.

Yes, Bush was a devil worshiper whose only goal as the N.W.O puppet was to destroy America and try and make a world government

Yes, every ally we have are apart of the conspiracy for a world government

Yes, every enemy is just resisting the New World Order and we should really support them

… yes it is all apart of the N.W.O plan to ask us to eat better.

Yes, we spend so much on defense to fund our secret wars

Yes, we are blind if we do not believe in the conspiracy

No, we only think we are free because we are slaves…

Oh look I took a random picture of some random important person and out of the tens of thousands of pictures I happen to catch them in motion and their hand was in some symbol…
… my random picture that they didn’t know I was snapping yet posed their hand for it… IT IS ALL A CONSPIRACY

Yes, I know if I get random lyrics that are speaking about the treatment of people I can find some verse to fit my conspiracy

Yes, I am aware that every founding father, were puppets and that this shitty plan has been in the works for centuries in secret societies waiting just for the right moment to initiate it.

Yes, I am aware that every person of power must be apart of the conspiracy.

Yes, if I speak about the conspiracy and no one buys what I say, it is because the conspiracy is trying to shut me up!!!
… on the other hand, if I spew such nonsense and it is believed then that means they cannot stop the truth!

Yes, I am aware that knowledge is power, and I have the knowledge to do like Glenn Beck and compare very different things, that have nothing to do with one another and try and show some link to ultimate government control

Yes, I am aware that Alex Jones is the new god…

Oh yea, if I do not believe in whatever Alex Jones says that just means I am a slave to the system.

Yes, I really believe Alex Jones when he says this is not about the money….
…While asking me to buy t-shirts, DVD’s, CD’s & posters to make him money.

Yes, I know that being a slave to the system means I just think you are a fucking retard that should never have stopped wearing your plastic helmet

Me making this photo and telling you to shut the fuck up about the New World Order conspiracy… in conspiracy theorist translation means I am apart of the establishment of the conspiracy….
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Fuiron Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2012
I fully support NWO, myself. My question has always been "How do I sign up to become part of the Illuminati?" You wouldn't happen to know how I can do that, hmm? *nudge nudge wink wink*

As for Alex Jones... He yells. A LOT. I'd say 99 percent yelling, and 1 percent actually helping fight corruption--and that one percent gets wasted on infiltrating a big boy's club. Still, he gets some people thinking (even if the rest them becomes HIS sheep).
AtheosEmanon Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the fave of this piece.

Alex Jones is like a conspiracy driven Rush Limbaugh... both speak of their conspiracies to line their own pockets. To save you from the elites... but only if you buy their books and find out how.. yes, because knowledge for the masses should be paid for and profitable if it saves their lives.. If people need someone like Jones to tell them to be aware then as a nation we have become more lazy than I have thought.
Fuiron Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2012
Americans ARE lazy. However, that is good. When one gets lazy enough, they demand all the proof from the one making the claim, rather than assuming they should break their brain trying to believe.
AtheosEmanon Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I would disagree with your premise of your argument. People are lazy, it is not exclusive to Americans.

"However, that is good. "
I would disagree, laziness is never good.

"When one gets lazy enough, they demand all the proof from the one making the claim, rather than assuming they should break their brain trying to believe."
Which is why laziness is not good, because they will grab onto anything rather than investigating it for themselves. I have no respect for the lazy mind nor person.
Fuiron Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2012
I operate under premise it is more work to believe someone without proof than to believe someone with proof. Hence, if a person's desire was to spend less effort, would they not choose the person who already "did the testing" for them?
AtheosEmanon Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I do not follow your logic, believing without proof, faith takes little work. You must investigate and be willing to challenge the very ideas you believe if you truly wish to place your mind at work. Faith, the believing without proof and allowing others to do the work for you is the sincerest form of laziness and something I cannot respect.

While I hate to quote Reagan, trust but verify if you are not willing to verify and work towards truths then the person is craven and undeserving to the truth and beauty of knowledge sought.
Fuiron Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2012
Following my logic is not necessary to be happy. Following my logic is necessary to understand what I say.
I find it very difficult to accept something which has no proof behind it. For me, it takes more work than naturally coming to the conclusion that something is to be believed because it has proof.
AtheosEmanon Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
With all due respect, sir. No one spoke of happiness in the following of logic or seeking knowledge.

Which is the entire point of my premise, of seeking the knowledge and not allowing someone to just do the work for you because I see that as lazy. If a person wishes to just say this person says this and so I believe it... makes no sense to me. Even if I generally like a person as a political figure and generally agree with their politics. Anything they say I make sure to do my own research and make sure the numbers add up to me before saying they are correct and if I do not find them to be correct then I do not quote them as correct.
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AngryPufferfish Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2011
Question: What exactly IS the "New World Order Conspiracy"? I hear it mentioned quite a lot but I have no idea what it is. Is it basically all those points you mentioned all combined into one? Judging by the symbol you included in your preview I just assumed that it was that age-old Illuminati nonsense but I'm not certain if they are the same thing or entirely different concepts.

FYI: The Devil-Worshipping-Commie point sort of made me laugh. Mostly because it's so contradicting.
AtheosEmanon Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
At its basic level it is basically saying that powerful governments all across the world would ban together to control the masses... even if they are different types of governments, even if they may or may not be technically enemies, and so on... Yes, it is often connected to the Illuminati and Masons.... I just laugh when people believe in this so much and if you do not believe in it then you are just ignorant... but if you believe in this conspiratorial dystopia of a world wide fascist styled government where everyone on earth will have little hope but to be dominated then you are one of the smart ones... I am like, yeah yeah just stfu about that crap.

lmao thanks, I have heard it all.. OBAMA IS JUST LIKE BUSH... Obama is nothing like Bush but it is all the same conspiracy!!!!! Obama is a Muslim Christian Atheists ... Marxist!!.. Wait. he is a Muslim Christian who wants marxism hm....
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