Politics “National Sovereignty Wasn’t Such A Great Idea After All” By Logistics Monster / August 30, 2009 Any Questions? Tweet Tags: David Rockefeller, New World Order, The Federal Reserve, The Pilgrims Society, Traitors You may also like …And The American Nightmare of Barack And Michelle Obama’s Reign Ends By Logistics Monster / January 23, 2017 The 2nd American Revolution Is Here; American Political Machines Have Made Themselves Irrelevant By Logistics Monster / March 16, 2016 TECHNOCRACY: Understanding the Globalist Plan For The New World Order By Logistics Monster / March 11, 2016 What Part Of ‘Shall Not Be Infringed’ DO THEY NOT GET????? By Logistics Monster / April 13, 2013 An Economic Collapse Primer For The Corporate Owned Moos By Logistics Monster / November 9, 2012 Post navigation Today’s AYFKM? Award Goes To Donna EdwardsHouston, We Have A Problem: Let’s Start With Tides 8 thoughts on ““National Sovereignty Wasn’t Such A Great Idea After All”” i just recieved an e-amil about the U.N. Agenda 21. After reading up somewhat I see some links as to what is taking place with our healthcare. Could you report on this? Thanks. This whole thing is pretty scary. Thanks again for a really good post. I also watched some of the other videos that were attached to this one. Some very interesting info on the Bohemia Club,FEMA etc. NoNonsense? Have you gone to the top of the page and clicked on the Pilgrims Society Page? Yes, of course. I read that a long time ago. I just thougt I would suggest to your other readers those other videos. The rabbit hole is deep, and one runs into the same names and faces over and over again, because THEY created the rabbit hole. This agenda has been 400 years in the planning and lucky us get to see the final summary of all of this planning. The one thing THEY did not plan on, is us being awake and on to their game! Stop the NWO! The tyrants are coming! The tyrants are coming! Pingback: Houston, We Have A Problem: Let’s Start With Tides | North Houston Tea Party Patriots Pingback: Lyn Su This will be an interesting play of wills. If Sarah Palin is elected, she will be the first non-bildgerberger approved candidate. Thanks for the excellent post and information, as always! Comments are closed.