Tuesday, April 04, 2006

The NESARA Conspiracy

I found this very strange site on today's edition of The Anomalist. It makes my head swim.
From Wikipedia:
"Believers in the existence of NESARA claim that the law languished in congress before finally being passed in March of 2000 and signed by President Bill Clinton in October of 2000. The Supreme Court illegally placed a gag order on the law, forbidding anyone from announcing its passage, or even admitting its existence, under penalty of death. According to their account, benevolent men and women referred to as "white Knights", mostly high ranking military officials, have been working since that date to get NESARA announced. NESARA supporters believe that President Bush is actively working to suppress the law and prevent its announcement, as it would require his immediate resignation. Under this account, President Bush orchestrated the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Center, as well as the 2003 invasion of Iraq, to forestall the inevitable announcement of NESARA."

UFOs get some play too.


Blogger X. Dell said...

I can think of worse fantasies.

The passage of a secret law that would benefit the public doesn't make much sense on the face of it, especially since no provisions of it have been enforced. The IRS still collects graduated income taxes, for example.

Nevertheless, the "Tacoma Tribune's" demonization of NESARA poster-girl Shaini Goodwin doesn't help matters. The reporter, Sean Robinson, calls her a conspiracy theorist, cult leader and a liar, yet offers no evidence of dishonesty or fraud, and admits that the way she has made money from preachin the gospel of NESARA is actually legal.

I don't like demonization articles because they make people like Goodwin seem all the more legitimate, and tall tales like NESARA seem all the more real.

11:49 AM  

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