“Futurists” Sugarcoat Globalist Agenda

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  1. poncho

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    Al Gore, Newt Gingrich, “Sir” Arthur Clarke, Alvin Toffler, and the World Futurist Society have a wonderful (not) future planned for you and me. On a WFS web page entitled “Forecasts for the Next 25 Years,” Timothy C. Mack offers “a few forecasts from members of The World Future Society,” including:

    Generation Y will migrate heavily overseas. For the first time, the United States will see a significant proportion of its population emigrate due to overseas opportunities. According to futurists Arnold Brown and Edie Weiner, Generation Y, the population segment born between 1978 and 1995, may be the first generation in U.S. history to have many of its members leave the U.S. to pursue large portions of their lives, if not their entire adult lives, overseas.

    It is not indicated where these “opportunities” will be located, but it is not difficult to make a guess—the sprawling corporate slave labor gulags situated in China and India. “Generation Y” will migrate to China or India because they will have no choice, as the United States is destined to become a third world wasteland, a process well underway as jobs are increasingly “offshored.” Now that the manufacturing base of the United States is gutted, it is time for IT and other technical jobs to be “outsourced” to the slave labor gulag.

    “According to a Princeton University study, released in March, IT jobs are among the top occupations most vulnerable to outsourcing and offshoring, with computer programmers ranked first and computer-systems analysts ranked third,” NBC reported last week. But it is not simply factory and IT jobs—the slave gulag will eventually absorb so-called “service” jobs as well. “Tony Plath, a finance professor at UNC Charlotte, said that as technology improves and costs are lowered, more service jobs are likely to be exported.”

    “Tens of millions of additional American workers will start to experience an element of job insecurity that has heretofore been reserved for manufacturing workers,” declared “free trader” and former member of Clinton’s Council of Economic Advisers and vice chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Alan S. Blinder. “The cheap and easy flow of information around the globe… will require vast and unsettling adjustments in the way Americans and residents of other developed countries work, live and educate their children.” In other words, “Generation Y” will work in China or India and send checks home to Baby Boomer parents, sort of the same way illegal Mexican immigrants send checks home to family in the barrio.

    If you think the Democrats will save you from this fate, think again. “If a leading American presidential candidate—and her husband, an ex-president—seem to have unnaturally close connections to foreign companies interested in draining away American jobs, should that be of interest to Americans?…. For the past six years—since Bill Clinton left the White House, since Hillary Clinton entered the U.S. Senate—both Clintons have cultivated close ties with Indian companies…. Hillary has received hundreds of thousands of dollars from Indian-American campaign contributors…. Surely middle-class Americans should know about these matters: In the most literal sense, their jobs might depend on it. But the mainstream media don’t seem to agree—maybe because reporters want Hillary to win, no matter what, or maybe because they just can’t imagine being against ‘free trade,’ no matter what,” Newsday reports. Or maybe because the lot of them—including the corporate media—are “free traders,” that is to say global loot and plunder specialists.




    Back to the WFS “predictions,” or rather globalist agenda:
     
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    Thank you. I've just added a new addy to my growing list
    of bookmarks to paranoia (aka: conspiracy) sites:

    http://kurtnimmo.com/?m=200708

    This message is about how Wikipedia.com is a front
    for the CIA & FBI historians (actually history providers).

    I wish they had an employment address -- I could
    serve my country by working all day at home for the CIA or FBI.

    OBTW, 'futurism' is one of those things in which I have ½ of
    a Master's Degree. The Futurists listed are indeed One Worlders.
    Like the rest of the body politic, the Furturists come from all
    political stripes -- the rainbow of politics.
     
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    It's okay folks don't be alarmed Ed say's everything is cool so you can go back to sleep now. Worry about your job and childrens future some other time. When you wake up a slave in your own country or China or India don't blame me. I tried to warn ya. It's folks like our good friend Ed here that only shows up to cover for the elite and they're one world agenda that has your best interests at heart. Mmkay?

    Ever notice how Ed never even tries to debate anything in the articles I post but rather only seeks to demonize and or discredit the authors and myself? Wonder why? I suspect he's afraid to have an honest debate. You aren't sceered r ya Ed? :laugh:

    Yeah, there's that ole sense of humor kickin back in! Guess I haven't "lost it" after all. :thumbs:
     
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    Here's something for you Ed.
    www.foreignaffairs.org
    frontpage essay by rudy g,titled A REALISTIC PEACE he mentions the words
    international system 30 times,global system /order 9 times and realistic peace/peace 17 times


    He also explains his hybrid military,but of course hes not a one worlder,just a good old american...........NOT!
     
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    Sounds to me like this helps us. It lessens the strain on our medical system, our overcrowded educational system. It lessens the demand for oil. It lowers the prices of housing since there will be many more on the market.

    In increases the potential for American business to grow from the bottom up again, making creativity and brains our greatest capital.

    So where's the downside? Why should I worry simply because Poncho is scared all the time and apparently does not understand how a global economy works?
     
  6. Ed Edwards

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    Interesting, the Council on Foreign Relations
    is anti-Bush. I remember the Council on Foreign
    Relations from the early 1970s as being part
    of the one-world, Beast from the Sea (Rev13)
    System (AKA: grand conspiracy).
     
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    So, the story is, all's just great in la la land huh Larry?

    Do you really think you're fooling anyone with such a spurious diatribe as this? Hate to be the one to inform you of this again, but people are figuring out what's been going on right under their noses. Paint purdy roses on every wall if you like but it'll never cover the smell of treason and betrayal filling their nostrils. Nor will you be able to keep blinding every eye with all your silly smugnacious drivel anymore. :laugh:

    It may have worked for a little bit but no longer.

    It would be entertaining to say the least to have you bring us all up to speed on just how a global economy works. How bout it, "teacher"? Teach us!

    Ladies and gentlemen of Baptist Board, interested visitors... Pastor Larry is here today to teach us all how the global economy works. (Applause) Okay PL...the floor is all your's....will we have time for questions and answers afterwards?
     
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    Amen, Brother Pastor Larry -- Preach it!
    :thumbs:
     
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    Don't you mean TEACH IT!

    If I were a gambling man I'd wager a bet neither one you two backslapping heros will even try to us teach us global economics. :sleeping_2:

    I even started a brand new thread so youse guys can teach us everything we ever wanted to know about global economics. Nice guy that I am. :smilewinkgrin:




     
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    AMEN! Brother Poncho! PREACH IT!
    [​IMG]
    I can Imagine how Pastor Larry's class on Global Econimics would go.
    PL: Wa'll ya see this here ah Global Economics thing is a bunch of Hooey( Spits his tabacky juice in spitoon), a bunch of Hooey I tells ya!
     
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    ACtually, my original comments were just to show that there is another way to view the info in the OP. I don't know all the ins and outs, but I do know that Poncho almost always takes the most negative view possible.

    As for global economics, I don't know a lot. I do know a little.
     
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    I wish for once you'd just stick to the issues and quit with the Poncho this and Poncho that, it's gettin old Larry. I mean really.
     
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    You're the one that brought it up, not me. I simply pointed out that your view was not the only possible view or really even a probable view. I wish you would quit being "Poncho" as we have come to know you here. It would be nice to dialogue with someone who had a grasp on some of these issues without the conspiracist lens coloring everything they see and see.
     
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    I checked in on Global Economics 101 a minute ago. When are you guys going to start educating us about it? You only got 9 pages to explain such a complex subject ya know.
     
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    I think I have offered answers according to my understanding for all the questions asked so far. I certainly can't explain it all. It is very complex. And it won't change the subject here.
     
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    Likewise Larry,
    It would be nice to have a moderator that rather than try to refute ,just moderated ,(you know)MODERATE,but I'm new so what do I know.It might also be nice to have a dialog with someone who honestly considered the facts before,coming to either agreement or dis-agreement are you up for it Larry?
    Poncho (as well as myself) take what we are saying seriously.I know that you don't beleive anything we have to say about anything and thats cool,but this is a forum I suppose created to express ideas freely ,right?
    If thats the case I suggest that you allow it to happen without too much intervention,and who knows You may even have your eyes opened too! That would be great,don't you think?
     
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    Yes you have PL and I thank you for it. Think I'm going to take the weekend off and do some fishin and air out my brain some. Have a good weekend, see ya next week.:wavey:
     
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    Have a nice restful mini-vacation.
     
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    Here's a few things you might not know that might be helpful.

    First, I am a moderator, but not in this forum. I am a moderator in the polls and sports forums.
    Second, moderators are not forbidden from debating, even in their own forums. Political or theological views do not have a part in moderation, so one's disagreement with me would have nothing to do with whether or not I would edit their post, warn them, or delete it. Moderating is done on the basis of demeanor and conduct, adherence to the rules one agrees to when they join the BB.

    I think I honestly consider the facts before drawing conclusion. I, like everyone else, am limited and do not know it all. I frequently am reminded of that by others as well as myself. I have views just like everyone else does. Sometimes they make sense; sometimes they don't.

    I take seriuosly what I say, most of the time. Sometimes I am joking or playing devil's advocate, or just plain having fun.

    Actually that's not true. I believe some stuff you say and don't believe other things you say, just as I am sure you do with me. That's fine. This is a discussion forum and we discuss things.

    Within limits of the rules, yes.

    I don't intervene here. I can't. I am not the moderator in this forum. I only discuss things. But even in the forums I moderate now (or have in the past) I have been very lax I think and allowed people to say just about anything.

    Absolutely. But I will warn you ahead of time. It will take a lot more than what Poncho brings to the table to convince me.

    But take your shots. Most of the time, I don't really care one way or the other. I am a pastor and a preacher of the gospel. That's where our hope lies and that's why I am not too worried about conspiracy theories or what have you. Jesus knew about all that when he called me to preach and knowing that, he called me to preach his word, not governmental theory or politics. So I try to stick to that.
     
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    Thank you Pastor Larry

    Thank you Pastor Larry for your reply,and for clearing some things up,At times I do take things too seriously but that is because I am human too.
    I am very concerned with the direction this country is headed,I know that certain things have to happen for God to have his way ,at the same time I beleive we are to resist evil ,and much if what our government is doing is evil.
    Whether or not they are doing it intentionally is open for debate,some are others are not.
    There is a conspiracy by globalists to bring the country into a international system,and with that I have a huge problem.
    Do you agree with this or disagree?
     

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