Some people say the rise of a liberal extremist world leader from the EU is impossable.
They say a man, a liar but good spinner, especially a man who appoints himself a leader without being elected, sort of like Clinton in the EU, could never outlaw religion. He could never get the people in Europe to follow him by his speeches alone.
They say he could never force the masseses to accept a computer chip in their right hand or forehead to share the wealth and create a false peace in the world.
They say a man cannot be considered a messiah by his followers. He's just a man.
They say a book that tells of this man- an old fiction novel, a mythical story, and the rise of a man such as this- an anti-Christ type leader, could never happen.
They tell us not to believe it. They say just follow them. They say there is nothing to be concerned about.
posted on 09/14/2003 3:44:22 PM PDT
by concerned about politics
(Lucifers lefties are still stuck at the bottom of Maslow's Hierarchy)
To: concerned about politics
"liberal extremist" from Europe?
It would take a liberal extermist to be elected somewhere in Europe. The most "liberal" leader is Schroeder, and his power is extremely limited (and will probably lose next election). Next is Blair - and he is not exactly a liberal.
I would say an EU leader would be a conservative, since the powerful countries in Europe now (France, Italy and soon Germany) have conservative leaders.
posted on 09/14/2003 3:58:43 PM PDT
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