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For the New World Order, a world government is just the beginning. Once in place they can engage their plan to exterminate 80% of the world's population, while enabling the "elites" to live forever with the aid of advanced technology. For the first time, crusading filmmaker Alex Jones reveals their secret plan for humanity's extermination, Operation: ENDGAME Written by
The real madness is a global economy BASED ON overpopulation.
The problem with Alex Jones and other conspiracy theorists is their failure to account for multiple lines of causation and accidental trends based on human nature, which provide an Occam's Razor explanation that requires no conspiracies. Sure, there are some people plotting bad things behind the scenes, but they tend to be in scattered groups with limited power.
But Jones sees conspiracies everywhere and forces disparate pieces of evidence to fit that assumption. He inserts just enough truth to hook gullible minds and fellow sufferers of the "Dunning-Kruger effect." It does take a certain cleverness to invent compelling twists and turns, but it's not wise cleverness. Jones seems to be a megalomaniac who wants people to think he's got the ultimate insight. Conspiracy theorists find rational explanations boring, so he'll always have an audience.
The New World Order (a phrase taken out of context from old speeches) can be explained by trends in global commerce, encouraged by economic growthism that chases dwindling natural resources and finds "emerging markets" as existing ones play out. It may seem like they want to control people, but they mostly want to exploit physical matter around the globe. There is no need to layer mysteries on top of the natural human tendency toward gluttony and resource pillaging. Most of it is happening in plain sight.
Regarding Jones' theories on population-control, it shouldn't take a vast NWO plot to notice that Man is overloading the Earth's carrying capacity and we need to lower birthrates to replacement levels ASAP. Nature will kill off (and already is killing off) millions of people via starvation long before the "elites" can poison the water.
It's reckless to portray the serious need for growth cessation as an evil conspiracy. Smart people should downsize voluntarily, given so much evidence of resource depletion. Does Jones propose that we keep adding 80 million more people each year to this finite planet indefinitely, with so much existing overload? Historical genocides are often linked to population pressures in poor regions, even though they get passed off as "politics." Study root causes of the Rwanda massacre, for example.
Jones also seems to be an evolution denier, and dismisses the science behind global warming in favor of conspiratorial plots. The notion that thousands of climate scientists have been colluding to raise taxes and control people is ludicrous (the CO2 warming effect was first noticed in the 1800s). AGW was all about physics until the lunatic Right grabbed the issue. Jones' interpretation of such things reveals his "scientific" thought process, which is anything but. He was at his best as an animated character in a Linklater film, and should have stuck with dark comedy.
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