Thursday, October 19, 2017

New World Order

Manichaeism

Manichaeism (/ˈmænɨkiːɪzəm/;[1] in Modern Persian آیین مانی Āyin e Māni; Chinese: 摩尼教; pinyin: Móní Jiào) was a major gnostic religion, originating in Sassanid-era Babylonia. Although most of the original writings of the founding prophet Mani(in Persian: مانی, Syriac: ܡܐܢܝ, Latin: Manichaeus or Manes) (c. 216–276 AD) have been lost, numerous translations and fragmentary texts have survived. Manichaeism taught an elaborate dualistic cosmology describing the struggle between a good, spiritual world of light, and an evil, material world of darkness. Through an ongoing process which takes place in human history, light is gradually removed from the world of matter and returned to the world of light from which it came. Its beliefs were based on local Mesopotamian gnostic and religious movements.[2] Manichaeism was quickly successful and spread far through the Aramaic-Syriac speaking regions.[3] It thrived between the third and seventh centuries, and at its height was one of the most widespread religions in the world. Manichaean churches and scriptures existed as far east as China and as far west as the Roman Empire.[4] It was briefly the main rival to Christianity in the competition to replace classical paganism. …

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Eat Bugs: They are Tasty, Healthy and Part of the New World Order

I’ve gotten to know a few meal worms in my time—namely, the ones I used to feed to my son’s lizard. I was the only one in my household bold enough to take them out of their containers, pick them up and toss them in the lizard’s dish. Didn’t bother me and I loved watching the lizard happily gobble those guys up. Besides reminding me of how I left the lid of the lizard’s cage off when I went out of town for a week (so sad), all this meal worm talk brings me to a Slate article about how the UN wants us to eat more bugs—it’s the food of the future, not soylent green. The story in Slate:   Over the weekend I read a bit about Rand Paul’s efforts to fundraise off an alleged United Nations plot to confiscate your guns, but they turn out to be up to …

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Proof that Denver Airport is one of the most evil places on Earth

Having recently been stranded in Denver Airport for 24 hours, I can tell you anecdotally that the place is hellish. Exit arrows point at each other instead of outside; corridors lead to nowhere; and security checkpoints seem to disappear mysteriously as you approach them. As you drive into the airport, you’re greeted by a giant horse with glowing red eyes, and one of the terminals is decorated with a massive statue of Anubis, the ancient Egyptian god of death. But I’m not the only person to notice DEN’s dark aeromancy. The airport has been plagued by conspiracy theories about its true purpose almost since the day construction crews broke ground on it in the mid-1990s. Here’s a collection of some the best conspiracy theory videos you’ve ever seen, all focusing intensely on what is perhaps the most weirdly evil airport on Earth. First, the facts. The giant, red-eyed horse sculpture …

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Malawi farmers swap fingerprints for loans

A high-tech method of fingerprinting is a simple, cost-effective way to encourage farmers in developing countries to apply for and repay micro loans, new research shows. The study, published in the October issue of the American Economic Review,involved 3,000 farmers in Malawi who applied for micro loans, of an average amount of $117, to grow paprika. Like many impoverished countries, Malawi lacks a national identification system. Most of the population lives in rural areas with few government services. Even identification as basic as a birth certificate is rare in the southeastern African nation. This poses a big challenge for banks that need a reliable system to identify borrowers, says Dean Yang, associate professor at the Ford School of Public Policy and the economics department at the University of Michigan. “If you can’t figure out who a person is, you can’t determine their past credit history,” Yang says. “You can’t offer more …

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The New World Order and The Masters of the World

What is that you understand it is that the world is not quite as people perceive it. Since our childhood we are subject to a “formatting” of our mind to accept a world that, believe me, will be a veritable hell worthy of science-fictions films where the freedoms of men will be completely flouted. The purpose of the masters of the world, small group of people that secretly controls the Governments is not just money but a total control of the world, a world Government with foolproof security where any revolt will be almost impossible ! # How will they establish this Government ? Or should I say, how did already begin to achieve it ? Know that the best way to totally control the population is to prevent to think by itself ! # How ? Claiming for example to the population that more it entertain and more she …

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National ‘virtual ID card’ scheme set for launch

The Government will announce details this month of a controversial national identity scheme which will allow people to use their mobile phones and social media profiles as official identification documents for accessing public services. People wishing to apply for services ranging from tax credits to fishing licences and passports will be asked to choose from a list of familiar online log-ins, including those they already use on social media sites, banks, and large retailers such as supermarkets, to prove their identity. Once they have logged in correctly by computer or mobile phone, the site will send a message to the government agency authenticating that user’s identity. The Cabinet Office is understood to have held discussions with the Post Office, high street banks, mobile phone companies and technology giants ranging from Facebook and Microsoft to Google, PayPal and BT. Ministers are anxious that the identity programme is not denounced as a …

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EU Banking Union: the Next Step in Long Planned Superstate Agenda

Unelected President of the EU Commission, José Manuel Barroso, announced last week plans for an all encompassing “banking union”, which would give the European Central Bank supervisory powers over every member-state financial institution [1]; yet another step in a long-planned superstate agenda. “We need to move to common supervisory decisions,” Barroso brazenly declared, demanding that the ECB should rule over all euro-zone banks, a number that pushes 6,000 individual institutions. Without mincing words the Bilderberg member called for the end of national sovereignty, and in its wake a “federation of nation-states” under the centralized control of unelected EU bureaucrats should be formed [2]; a vastly different system than was originally sold to the public back in the 1950s. Speaking to the BBC French finance minister Pierre Moscovici stated [3]: “The UK, like us, would like if possible quite a swift timeline,” in the handing over of power. Despite often claiming to be a eurosceptic, a …

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