From Jeff Snyder@1:345/3777 to All on Fri Mar 27 09:30:00 2009
Hello everyone. Yesterday evening I had an opportunity to watch Alex Jones' "The Obama Deception". I am sure that just the name Alex Jones will make some eyes roll here; but then, this IS the conspiracy theory echo. :)
Whether you are an Alex Jones fan or not, I'd be interested in hearing what some of you think about him, and more specifically, what you think about this particular video, "The Obama Deception".
As I told a friend via email last night, these same kinds of accusations regarding setting up US concentration camps for US citizens, and instigating a major crisis in order to usher in the New World Order were also lodged against Bush, Clinton and presidents before them. Thus far, it hasn't happened.
Don't get me wrong. I don't totally reject such ideas. In fact, I firmly believe that something is up, and that the NWO, or One World Government, is just about upon us, and will possibly be revealed to us in full, in the not-too-distant future. I have also written quite a bit about such things in some of my articles. The problem I have with discussing the accusations made against the CFR, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, The Bilderberg Group, etc., is that so much of it is difficult, if not impossible to prove, and we all know that the Internet is quite a rumor mill and the information we discover on it can't always be trusted.
After watching "The Obama Deception" video, I will say that I do agree with some of it. I have long believed that US presidents are simply puppets, and
not the real power in the USA. As a result, whether the USA has a Republican president, or a Democratic president, or an independent, or whether he is
white or black, really makes no difference. They are all liars and deceivers who eventually go back on their word, as Obama is now doing.