Monday, August 1, 2011

The New World Order Is Emerging.... Are you ready for this?

You may recall the words of the former Prime Minister of Great Britain, Gordon Brown, immediately following a G20 Summit meeting (or was it the doesn't matter__they're all out to get you!), he said, "The New World Order is emerging..." and of course he was right.  Now all the major world leaders attend these summits...its their number one priority once they've fooled you into voting them into office (you don't expect them to campaign for a program designed to make peasants out of the world's population run by the politic elite...or Do you?  Then you are a fool, it won't work!  It never has!)  This is exactly what Obama ran on however  instead of the politic elite being members of the Bilderbergers or Rockerfellers, Obama is pushing for that other family united by their Muslim Brotherhood.  Meanwhile for this new world order to be imposed it has to be done know the routine, take away this, take away that, tax this, tax that, control you, control me...and eventually they have you under their thumb.  I know some of you have complained about some of the ridiculus laws that we now have to abide by...all of which produce revenue when you violate such laws.  Where does the revenue go?  Really that's another story but I will tell you about one city I read about...the money is kept by the judge who imposed the fine...we'll talk about that one another time. Now I did mention the word, 'ridiculus' ...and this may even seem more ridiculus when they come knocking on your door.  Are you ready for this?  Read on, my friend, read on!  The New World Order is emerging! ~ Norman E. Hooben 

The following scenario takes place in the United Kingdom (but look for it soon in the United States of America)

Terence Blacker: Why we're all being driven to extremes
Cars may be necessary to everyday life, but they are no longer a force for good
Tuesday, 19 July 2011

Have you had a call from a personal travel adviser yet? In some parts of the country, they are knocking on doors and offering tips on responsible travel. It is a government initiative, financed by the Local Sustainable Transport Fund, and its aim is to encourage more of us to leave the car at home when we shop, or go to work.

The scheme has drawn a predictable blast of amused contempt from traditionalists in the media who have huffed and puffed about the nanny state, and the cost to the public purse. The Taxpayers' Alliance, an ever-reliable source of why-oh-why soundbites on these occasions, has described such campaigns as "silly... They don't address the real issues facing commuters or packed trains."
As is so often the case when there are attempts by central government to change the way we consume and waste, the criticism is wide of the mark and the idea, modest as it is, rather sensible. It recognises, albeit in a tentative manner, that worrying about the environment and investing in expensive renewable energy schemes are all very well, but are largely meaningless while we remain deeply and unapologetic in thrall to the car.
It is not just that unnecessary driving by millions of us every day is an obvious waste of fossil fuel. There is now something about the automobile which seems to bring brings out the worst in our natures. We are more arrogant and selfish when behind a steering-wheel; other people, beyond the screen, mean less to us than if we were among them. Enclosed in the solid interior of our car, with its familiar smell and seat position and sounds, we lose what little patience and empathy we ever had with the outside world. It is both a refuge and a fighting vehicle, taking on the enemy. When that car door slams behind us, the Big Society no longer exists.
It may take a while to get used to the idea that car culture is now somewhat toxic. It has had a good run, first as the focus of great rock songs from Chuck Berry, Ry Cooder or Bruce Springsteen, and as the star of Hollywood road movies. It has even, thanks to JG Ballard, had its moment of perverse eroticism.
Now, though, it is doing us harm. The briefest glance at an episode of Top Gear tells you more than enough about the grim effect on character and wit that modern car-addiction can have. It represents and excuses a sort of cosseted arrogance, a love of size and power, a bleary contempt for those with smaller engines or even, unthinkably, no engines at all.
Away from the TV studio, the way driving influences human behaviour is even less amusing, as Aberystwyth has been discovering this summer. Six weeks ago, the town lost its three traffic wardens. "We thought," the head of local highways told the Sunday Telegraph, "that at the very least this would be an interesting experiment, and there would be a good chance of the town showing what it could do."
It did. Unregulated, the drivers of Aberystwyth have ignored yellow lines, blocked entrances, grabbed spaces for the disabled, crashed into shops, abused those trying to make deliveries and fought with one another.
Here, not around some freeway in Los Angeles, is the true Carmageddon. In the words of the chairman of the local chamber of commerce, the town has been "spiralling towards a kind of Lord of the Flies state of anarchy where no one gives a stuff for anyone."
Perhaps it is time to start thinking about cars rather differently. They may be necessary to everyday life, but they are no longer a force for good. Door-to-door personal travel advisers can play a small role in changing attitudes, but in the end social pressure will be the thing. One day perhaps, the car culture will loosen its grip, and burning around the roads in a Clarksonesque manner will be considered self-indulgent and slightly silly.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This is nothing new. The Bible talked about this coming many years ago. Jesus will return to take His followers to heaven before this new world order emerges. He is coming very soon. People get ready Jesus is coming.