Paul Ciancana, the accused LAX shooter, allegedly left a note that mentioned the "New World Order"-this is not just the creation of some conspiracy theorist; this is actually a political philosophy.  I've heard it mentioned by a number of politicians over the last several years.  The very first time I ever remember hearing these words was during a State of the Union address by then President George H. W. Bush.  The speech can be seen below.  (Coincidentally this speech was made on September 11, 1991-10 years to the day before the 9/11 terror attacks.)
Just because some nut case may have used these words to try and create some justification for committing cold-blooded murder, let's not dismiss it as conspiracy theory.  Don't paint the rest of the nation or Tea Party Patriots with the same brush as this head case at LAX.  President Bush does a good job of creating a very rosy picture of what this so-called 'New World Order' might mean.  And the concepts behind it all didn't leave office with him.  Bill Clinton, George W., Obama-Republicans and Democrats alike-many politicians subscribe to this notion of one world government.  I'm not a conspiracy theorist, but all one has to do is take a few steps back and look at the bigger picture.  A little bit of reading between the lines with this video actually sheds a bit of light on things, wouldn't you agree?

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