from NewDawnMagazine Website
Identifying the human foibles and
underlying desires of those who may be planning centralized
domination could lead to a greater chance to offset their agendas.
The book also considers the possibility that our planet is about to undergo a huge change, social, spiritual or cosmological, something seemingly anticipated by several ancient cultures around the world in the now renowned 2012 prophecies.
The exploration of these ideas
throws up disturbing possibilities and more pieces of evidence to
support them than is entirely comfortable.
Yet the unavoidable truth is that
looking a potentially tough situation in the eye does mean facing up
to disturbing realities that may have been swept under the carpet,
for they might require urgent action.
If the idea of a secretive but all-pervading cabal running the world leaves some feeling shocked, the act of simply contemplating such an idea may in itself spark a new awakening of consciousness.
The Elite and its
The personalities involved must have loved ones of their
own, and experience thoughts, feelings and cares in at least some
directions. They also, like most of us in our lives, probably think
they are doing the right thing, however much we may see their
schemes as misguided.
We all have reasons for doing what we do, and can often justify actions to ourselves in the face of serious challenges from the outside. Hard though it may be to comprehend, the motivation of those who might think that wiping out their own people would be a positive move, or who believe that planning wars and economic breakdowns to effect the creation of a unifying world government is an acceptable strategy, the fact is that many seemingly well-intentioned visionaries throughout history have voiced the need for such approaches.
This does not make them right, of course, but there is plainly a significant, if small, seam of humanity that believes a bigger picture should be put before the needs of the masses.
Those who have expressed
support for eugenics
and depopulation strategies, for instance, often have deep-seated
environmental concerns or feel strongly that we have lost our
balance with nature and must put the planet’s future ahead of the
requirements of the common people.
This is clearly not a modern concept, and has roots going back even further than Wells’ idealistic vision of it.
Some believe both World Wars were deliberately coordinated,
or at least used, to help bring about a mandate for world
government. As early as 1913, writing in his book The New Freedom,
President Woodrow Wilson made clear that some formidable force
already underpinned the commercial, and probably political,
infrastructure of the USA:
There is no sense of negative intention nor a Malthusian dislike for humanity.
Yet at the same time Wells was an advocate of eugenics. Many find this concept entirely repugnant, but here is the paradox - the very kinds of people truth-seekers tend to single out as the enemies of humanity very likely see themselves as its saviors.
It is all a matter of perspective and of where one chooses
to draw the moral line.
Writing in his 1953 book The Impact of Science on Society, he states:
On the surface, Russell’s thoughts appear to encourage such a world, rather than condemn it, and such thinking seems outrageous, even if it does come close to identifying the very philosophy that may now be actively shaping our society.
However, although it seems difficult, almost distasteful, for some to contemplate, there is a thought to be considered here:
Uncomfortably, in the light of the world’s current challenging issues, it can be seen, at least to a small extent, how arguments could be made in these directions when looked at from a certain viewpoint.
The problem comes, as ever, with the massive issue of
gets to decide. Those in comfortable circumstances looking down from
on high must inevitably see things rather differently to those
scraping an existence lower down the rungs, at their mercy.
Also, with life spans ever increasing, and our understanding of tissue and brain cell regeneration growing by the year, how long will it be before life can be sustained indefinitely? When that occurs, the population problem will clearly explode if unlimited access to such power is allowed (that is, if the majority of humankind is permitted to survive in the first place - depopulation conspiracy theories are rife).
A world of immortals would risk stagnation, but also
domination from those who attained the status of immortality first.
They would effectively decide who would be offered the gift from
thereon. In the end, the gene pool would almost certainly be
controlled by such authorities, the new eugenics having arrived
through the back door.
The power of genetic engineering, which is currently changing our food, both animal and vegetable - and thus our entire ecosystem, as spliced and altered genes make their way into nature through pollination and cross-breeding - means that humankind has already taken the entire planet’s evolutionary destiny into its own hands, and there is no going back.
In a society of angels, perhaps a charter of rigid regulation, surveillance and genetic population control could be applied with compassion and the wide agreement of a common consensus - but we are nowhere near such a state of being.
With the motivation of those governing our world today clearly in question, it seems impossible that the kinds of agendas many feel the ruling elite is implementing could work in any way other than being a simple attack on the larger percentage of humankind.
Without common consensus, whatever the
supposedly good intentions that might exist somewhere behind the
plans, any attempt to regulate the world by coercion and draconian
measures remains an immoral one.
The elite appears to fear us and our reactions as much as we may fear it - otherwise it would not need to manipulate and control. Many disingenuous actions are borne of inner psychosis; a lack of trust that other people will understand.
Our leaders appear to have got so used to playing deceptive games that they cannot now operate any other strategy.
the banking system to Parliamentary administration
appears to be based on subterfuge. Right now we are clearly not
trusted by those affecting our lives so strongly and as a result we
do not trust them.
The lessons of history tell us that selfishness, greed and excited bloodlust cannot be ruled out as prime movers in some cases, at least.
And, to acknowledge the
not-insubstantial suspicion of a ‘reptilian agenda’, if it were to
turn out that this highly exclusive club was indeed the result of a
dominating extra-terrestrial gene seeded eons ago (as some believe,
based on ancient myths) and being exploited and/or activated
celestial visitors today, then it admittedly might explain why
concern for the needs of humanity appears to be as low down the list
of its priorities as our general concern for the welfare of
livestock is today.
...with a mixture of political, religious and occult undercurrents. In other words, all the obvious candidates.
Numerous books and websites go into the detail, so there is little need to explore it here.
How much of the grand plan all of
them know, however, and whether there are pyramids-within-pyramids
amongst even the power structures near the top, is another matter.
Even with a general agreement on how it should move forward, the pressures of regional needs and personal biases are almost certain to blur the clarity of purpose from time to time.
Going on the word that does sneak out
from Bilderberg meetings and the suchlike, it seems that as many
disagreements, compromises and negotiations arise there as within
any supposedly democratic Parliament. If this weren’t the case, the
meetings would not presumably need to take place, so
pre-orchestrated would the scheming be.
It is doubtful that all those ‘in’ on a global conspiracy seeking centralized control would be party to every machination, and certain players may themselves be manipulated from within without realizing it.
From the outside, for example, it appears that British ex-prime minister Gordon Brown, for all his many references to creating a ‘New World Order,’ seemed destined to be a fall-guy from the start, set up to come to power just as the world economy took a tumble.
The question is,
Likewise, when Bill Clinton found himself under threat of impeachment following the Monica Lewinsky sex scandal,
On a smaller level, when a man in the crowd died after being pushed to the ground by a policeman during the 2009 G20 protests in London, it took all the seemingly contrived focus away from images of a few people smashing a bank window, and suddenly all the headlines became howls about police brutality.
The evidence suggests that there are chinks in the armor and disagreements within, and weaknesses and unpredictable elements always arise in any grand plan.
This offers hope.
The foibles of human nature and the sheer universality of chaos theory may ensure that unexpected events and peculiar side tracks undermine the apparent solidity of the control agenda just when they are least expected. We could therefore be dealing with something far less coordinated than feared - indeed, the wide truth seeker presumption of the elite’s potency may make it seem more of a problem than it really is.
But can we take the chance
of becoming complacent?
Either way, it is important at the
very least to call attention to the appalling deeds committed by
those at least trying to be an all-powerful force.
Consent by Apathy
Even with obvious governmental deceptions such as the weapons of mass destruction debacle in Iraq, such things only continue to occur as widely as they do because too few people stand solidly against them or fully call their leaders to account.
We have allowed apathy and the distractions of (apparent)
trivia and entertainment to hold us in our armchairs in the hope
that anything dark ‘out there’ will remedy itself in due course,
without our input, energetically or even electorally (voter turnouts
for Western elections, whatever they are worth, are generally
With the consent granted by our passivity, we have watched obvious lies and manipulations take away our strength, resolve and liberty, and have done little or nothing about it.
As such, we have given away our personal responsibility. The energy spent complaining loudly but emptily in the pub or bus queue about the shortcomings of today’s society, if applied in more proactive and positive directions, could be used to offset the very things being complained about.
The problem is that we have been
trained to think that we cannot make a difference - when, in truth,
we can, especially when we match the tangible power of the
collective mind with the practical rewards of direct action, as I
explore more in The Truth Agenda.
Unfortunately, their often unseen efforts are generally rewarded by undeserved ridicule and sidelining by a culture that has shut its eyes and ears to anything but the skewed vision it is fed by those who prefer to keep us dumb. People who question the status quo are easily neutered in the mainstream by being branded with false ‘wacko’ stereotypes created by a media that is all too often either itself controlled, fearful or just lazily stupid.
enthusiasm does allow things to spill over into fanaticism and
of discernment sometimes, no doubt, but the fact is that there are
also absolutely vital questions and observations being raised by
very reasonable, normal people, which could make a real and positive
difference to people’s lives - if ever given a chance.
Assuming the masses will always be dumb may be an arrogant and huge mistake on the part of our masters.
When discussed in an accessible and objective way, the concept of a ruling global elite, which believes that some kind of catastrophic cosmological or climatic change may be imminent and has thus been implementing a regime of draconian restrictions by nefarious means to ensure it retains control during and after the chaos, is nowhere near as far-fetched as it may at first seem.
It can all be made to sound credible when expressed in balanced tones, and when sensible evidence is presented. Tones are important.
Extreme conspiracy dogma, passionately but indiscriminately shouted, can repel potential support and plays into the hands of the mainstream’s characterization of all alternative thinkers as uneducated fanatics.
Those with the power of insight who can rise above this have a responsibility to convey a user-friendly overview of the control agenda.
Successful outreach requires initial moderation - and compassion. Newcomers can be confused by all the many complex sources of information out there, and may shrink from the at-first disturbing idea of a manipulative ruling elite if not properly approached.
The uncertain era we live in now, with glimpses
of the truth shining in through the cracks, provides a unique
opportunity for those with the insights to offer another view of the
world - while they can.
successfully, however, those with awareness must hold on to optimism
and strike an appropriate tone if they are to be listened to and
people awakened so that a self-elected and questionable minority’s
vision for the world is not allowed to ride roughshod over the needs
of everyday people.