Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Paranoia State University (PU for short)

.... Personally, I believe a little paranoia can do you good.  But just like anything, too much ain't good for ya.
.... I got a $5 bill today, and on the back of it someone had rubber stamped it with:
DO A GOOGLE SEARCH FOR THE
NORTH AMERICAN UNION
WE ARE MERGING WITH MEXICO & CANADA
THE CFR AND THE MEDIA ARE COVERING IT UP
CONGRESS DIDN'T APPROVE IT
AMERICA DIDN'T VOTE ON IT
THE CODE WORD FOR
NEW WORLD ORDER
IS GLOBALIZATION.
.... It had a second stamp on it that rambled something about the Federal Reserve Bank being a private corporation that is printing up US currency with nothing to back it in order to collapse the American economy.  I didn't bother copying this because, frankly, I didn't find it amusing.  These two stamps took the whole back of the bill.
.... So I did a Google search for the North American Union (NAU) and checked out two sites: Wikipedia and Human Events.com (Headquarters of the Conservative Underground).  Wikipedia (which I respect) says that the NAU is a theoretical union of Canada, Mexico and The United States, much like the European Union, including a common currency called the Amero.  They say that it has been debated in academic, business and political circles since the mid-19th century, but that it has never been seriously considered by the leaders of the three nations.
.... Human Events, on the other hand, says that it is being quietly formed behind our backs, much like the European Union was.  (Uh, yeah, that was quiet).  But this isn't the best of it.  The best of it is that President G.W.Bush was in cahoots with the CFR (in their own words "left-of-center Council on Foreign Relations") to erase the borders between the three countries.  It goes on to complain about how Bush really didn't want to secure the border between the US and Mexico, that he really wants to have nothing impede the movement of people across the US-Mexico border.  (Um, yup.  That big fence he built surely makes it easier to cross.)  That's about where I stopped reading, I do want to get to sleep sometime tonight.
.... Paranoia uber alles, dude.
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4 comments:

A Paperback Writer said...

I had some neighbors once who seemed to be normal, sane people, but they were totally convinced that someone was controlling everything and was out to get all of us. They stopped paying taxes, bought a ranch in Montana, stocked up on guns, and moved. I didn't see them for 15 years, then I ran into them last winter in the airport. They'd divorced and were living in separate parts of the country, but they looked pretty normal.
My thought has always been that if someone were truly running everything, then wouldn't it all be better organized?

Max said...

Ahhh, but you're missing the brilliance of the people who are running the whole thing. They are purposely making things look disorganized, all the while being completely organized, just so we'll all think there isn't anyone running the whole thing.

A Paperback Writer said...

Of course. How silly of me not to notice.

Max said...

REALLY! You need to get your PQ (paranoia quotient) checked.
(http://www.skepticfriends.org/forum/showquestion.asp?faq=6&fldAuto=38)
The first time I took it, I got an 11: "You're a skeptic, but you may find that hard to beleive"
But then I realized that a secret governement agency had altered my thoughts, put on my tin foil hat, and scored a 45: "Sell your guns and seek professional help".
Hmmm, I wonder if the test is legitimate?