Tuesday, 3 April 2012

The Club of Rome's world government, climate-change and depopulation agenda exposed!

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[–]xandercruise 4 points  ago
Excellent work Phazon!
This site provides damning evidence of the agenda - http://green-agenda.com/
That site is a goldmine. I share it with everyone that is skeptical of the politicians and their climate change fearmongering.
[–]Magick932 4 points  ago
Nice research, excellent post.
Post this everywhere!
[–][deleted] 3 points  ago
Club of Rome, Mankind at the Turning Point, 1974 "… the resultant ideal sustainable population is hence more than 500 >million but less than one billion.”
After reading this, I wondered if there's a connection between the "Club of Rome" and "R.C. Christian" of the Georgia Guidestones.
[–]Phazon[S] 1 point  ago
Yep, I believe it stands for Roman Catholic Christian.
[–]Magick932 2 points  ago
Actually it stands for Rosy Cross, also Rosicrusian.
[–]Phazon[S] 1 point  ago* 
Yeah that'd be right.
[–][deleted] 1 point  ago
Well, which is it? I thought it stood for Christian Rosenkreuz ("Christian Rose Cross" in English) which would mean that the Guidestones were commissioned by one of the Rosicrucian orders.
[–]Phazon[S] 2 points  ago
Why couldn't it be both? They're the same team after all. The Rosicrucian Order was really just the Roman Catholic Knights Templars resurfacing under a different name.
I guessed that it was Roman Catholic Christian, because I wasn't thinking of the Rosicrucians, but now that it's been pointed out, if it had to be one or the other then yes I think it would more likely stand for Rosenkreuz, Rosicrusian, Rose Cross or Rosy Cross.
[–]paizon 3 points  ago

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