Childish Fantasy Could Become Reality
July 8, 2014 by Brandon Smith
This is the second half of a two-part commentary. The first part, Understanding The Globalist Strategy, was published July 1.
Phony Environmentalism And Resource ‘Depletion’
In their 1991 book The First Global Revolution, Alexander King and Bertrand Schneider wrote:
In searching for a common enemy against whom we can unite, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like, would fit the bill. In their totality and their interactions these phenomena do constitute a common thread which must be confronted by everyone together. But in designating these dangers as the enemy, we fall into the trap, which we have already warned readers about, namely mistaking symptoms for causes. All these dangers are caused by human intervention in natural processes, and it is only through changed attitudes and behavior that they can be overcome. The real enemy then is humanity itself.
Is our environment under threat? Absolutely. But not in the ways we are often told through mainstream propaganda. The most pervasive swindle perpetrated against the masses today is the lie that the spread of humanity must be regulated due to “resource scarcity” as well as “carbon pollution.”
Globalists saw great opportunity in the rise of the environmentalist movement and have co-opted legitimate concerns with fraudulent puppet causes. When dealing with hundreds of global warming advocates over the years, I have always asked one question that none of them has been able to answer: Where is the source data to prove your theories are valid?
They never had an answer because major climate research organizations have always refused to release their source data to the public. Today, we now know that they wouldn’t release such data because all of their models were deliberately manipulated to show the Earth was warming, when in fact, it has actually been cooling for the past century.
Peak oil, yet another scam, has not produced a single piece of hard data proving that oil production is diminishing, that oil production is becoming more expensive due to more difficult drilling or that demand for oil anywhere in the world is not being met due to lack of supply. No source data means the entire argument for peak oil is based on faith in organizations like The Energy Trap, a peak oil propaganda machine funded by the New American Foundation and the Rockefeller Foundation; both are globalist institutions.
The solution to these made-up environment and resource problems is, of course, to do what the globalists have always wanted to do: reduce world population, restrict resource usage, control the average citizen’s means of self-sustainment and force the remaining populace into tightly focused communities where energy, food and shelter are rationed.
In Between Two Ages, Zbigniew K. Brzezinski wrote:
… Marxism represents a further vital and creative stage in the maturing of man’s universal vision. Marxism is simultaneously a victory of the external, active man over the inner, passive man and a victory of reason over belief…
Marxism and socialism are simply philosophical reworkings of the collectivist ideology. Collectivism places the “needs” of the group or society over the freedoms and prosperity of the individual. Globalists often proclaim a benevolent desire to “save humanity from itself” through the use of collectivist concepts such as interdependency. Interdependency is the process of removing the self-reliance of individual people, sovereign communities or sovereign nations and making them subservient to the machinations of a complex supply chain dominated by a central authority.
The argument is that through this centralized supply chain, “equality” can be achieved and suffering can be removed. But historic examples of centralization show this to be an absurd notion. Every fascist or communist regime, when selling itself to the public, has offered grand visions of floating cities in the clouds, where resources are infinite and no one will have to exert effort to gain success. A person’s success is “guaranteed” by the establishment, which has the “wisdom” to manage all resources in a magical way using the almighty power of technology. Obviously, no collectivist system has ever followed through on this promise, and I dare say no collectivist system ever will.
Globalists argue violently against the concept of the free market because a true free market is the antithesis to the collectivist con that centralization brings prosperity. If individuals can bring prosperity to themselves and others without the oligarchy, then why have an oligarchy at all?
When left to operate freely, supply and demand tend to gravitate toward the simplest and most efficient systems. However, we have not lived under a free market system for at least 100 years. Instead, we have existed under the encroachment of growing socialism and globalization, which have destroyed our Nation’s capacity for fiscal flexibility and redundancy.
Interdependency serves no practical purpose in the progress of mankind; its only logical purpose is to trap the masses in a manipulated supply and demand cycle which, in the end, creates a “zero growth” world. This is what globalists mean when they talk about “economic harmonization.” They are building an economic framework that prohibits progress and prosperity for the sake of some arbitrary equality, an equality that only serves their desire to micromanage the life of every human being.
The Scattergun Effect
In 2008, Barack Obama’s chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel, commented on the economic downturn, telling a Wall Street Journal conference of top corporate chief executives: “You never want a serious crisis to go to waste.Things that we had postponed for too long, that were long-term, are now immediate and must be dealt with. This crisis provides the opportunity for us to do things that you could not do before.”
There is no single unwavering plan that globalists adhere to in pursuit of their new world order; there are only the unwavering goals. A primary goal is to induce chaos and then establish a form of order that most benefits them, but the forms of chaos used may vary. I call this the “scattergun effect.”
As the globalist establishment moves closer to its end game, it will invariably unleash a frenetic storm of distractions and catastrophes. In the past two years alone, events in the Mideast, Ukraine and the South Pacific have set the stage for any number of conflicts between the East and West; and this is completely by design. Some of these triggers will prove unsuccessful, and other will prove effective. I expect multiple “terrorist attacks” (false flag events) in the near term, along with plummeting economic conditions. The purpose is to bewilder the general public to the point that no rational insight can be attained, and fear sets in.
In other words, the citizenry must be adequately tenderized before seasoning.
From Villains To Heroes
In his 1940 book The New World Order, H.G. Wells wrote:
… when the struggle seems to be drifting definitely towards a world social democracy, there may still be very great delays and disappointments before it becomes an efficient and beneficent world system. Countless people… will hate the new world order… and will die protesting against it. When we attempt to estimate its promise we have to bear in mind the distress of a generation or so of malcontents, many of them quite gallant and graceful-looking people.
Recently, the Bank of International Settlements released a report citing “concerns” over the health of the global economy along with warnings that equities markets have become detached from fundamental realities. The report goes on to insinuate that the easy money policies of central banks have actually been contributing to a disjointed bubble economy, and the BIS warns that this could develop into volatile financial disruption (market crash).
Some in the liberty movement find it rather odd that the BIS, the central bank of central banks, would come out with a report containing warnings that we alternative analysts have been asserting for years. I’m not surprised at all. In fact, I have stated for quite some time that it will be the International Monetary Fund and the BIS that rise from the ashes of the coming collapse of the U.S. dollar and the chaos of a global system in peril to save the day. The BIS is setting the stage today as a prognosticator of a calamity it helped create, so that it can swoop in after the pyre to say: “We told you so, and now we have a plan for your future.”
In the meantime, mainstream media outlets like Reuters have begun publishing articles that warn that there is, in fact, the threat of a new world war between the East and the West, despite economic ties. That’s right; the same people who used to admonish us as “doom mongers” for suggesting that the East would ever oppose the West economically or militarily are now suddenly comparing our current geopolitical situation to the lead up of World War I.
And what has caused it all according to globalist mouthpiece Reuters? National sovereignty and resource division, of course.
The ending to this story is clearly written, at least in the eyes of the elite. Collapse and conflagration will result in a violent state of social misery, which the globalists will allow to swelter until they deem it timely to introduce themselves as saviors. Their solution, predictably, will include the end of self-governing nations, communities and individuals, along with the centralized administration of all vital resources in the name of the “greater good,” the definition of which they will have predetermined. Personal freedoms will fall by the wayside, as survivors of the Third World nightmare will be happy just to live meagerly on the scraps off the table of the oligarchs. It sounds like a childish fantasy, the ambition of a psychotic with visions of deification; however, as long as the common man refuses to accept that such psychotics have the fortitude to organize and conspire, this vision could indeed become a reality.