If the last two years taught us anything, it's that,
We stand at the precipice
of a major turning in western civilization - the culmination of a
millennium of human development, seminal events, knowledge, and
Those answers have always
been available, gleaned from understanding ourselves, our journey as
a family, and the human race.
...or, the more things change, the more they are the same.
Yes, we have been here
The western world was in
the midst of an existential crisis as secularization brought with it
two disruptive forces to the traditional order of knowledge and
influence: the rise of the intellectual and mass media.
This should not be viewed as 'history repeating itself' but rather as a more intense interlude of what had already come to pass - only this time events are unfolding at much greater speed, propelled by advances in communication technology on a global scale inconceivable to previous generations.
Such changes were equally
profound in 1900, as were the transformations that took place across
An ascendant Darwinian authority presided over existential questions like,
Undoubtedly, this was a tumultuous time, intellectually and spiritually, with acrimony leading to heated exchanges between clergy and scientists, even leading to violent confrontations.
But, with its newfound
status, it was inevitable the secular power of Darwinian science
would colonize the political and social sciences before giving rise
to the sordid science of curative breeding known as eugenics.
These forces of modernity materialize in today's advances in genetic engineering that have brought us back to that point once again:
We are an entire century into a fully secularized society in the West.
Today's tech gurus, vaccinologists, and public health officials now occupy positions of prestige and command the reverence once reserved for pontiffs, philosophers, and poet laureates.
The divine mysteries have given way to the 'divine' algorithm, and timeless sublime prose to the transience of the latest epidemiological model,
How else could a man like Dr Anthony Fauci, an 80-year-old career gatekeeper for the transnational pharmaceutical cartel, still occupy the US government's highest-paid job, and recently voted People Magazine's "sexiest man alive"...?
Albert Camus once said,
Indeed, if not for the wave of mass hysteria and fear that swept over the world in February 2020, few would even know of Dr Fauci, let alone revere him as a demigod.
On one level, we may be
deluded into believing that today's gaudy exhibitionists are mere
frivolities of pure media spectacle, but behind the facade of
political celebrity is an unforgiving ideology called technocracy.
If only it were true...
The 20th century serves as a potent reminder of the misleading nature of that statement, for no other century witnessed the sheer brutality and crimes against humanity on an industrial scale perpetrated in the name of various despotic interpretations of some variant of social Darwinism or political science, reaching levels of totalitarianism never seen before in human history.
There are too many examples:
In almost every instance, the preservation of secular dogma took precedence over the lives and souls of humans who were unfortunate enough to be caught in the crossfire of 'progress'.
communism, neoliberal capitalism - each would justify collateral
damage as a means to achieving the goal of transformation or the
formulation of a new order.
These become the narratives that post-war orders and worldviews are built upon, a central pillar around which the reorganization of society and economies occurs.
Without marshalling the "narrative," a ruling establishment cannot lead and steer society in its direction of choice.
Grand narrative management is precisely what Klaus Schwab's World Economic Forum (WEF) has been attempting from the onset of the 'global pandemic' crisis.
In 2021, the WEF
announced its "Great
Narrative" initiative, although evidence for this project
can be traced much further back through a number of their documents
and website presentations.
People distrust self-appointed elites
who are planning the future of society.
This internet 'meme'
- of the 'real' Klaus Schwab -
circulated on social media.
While the rhetoric sounds innocuous, everything we've witnessed over the last 24 months proves beyond any doubt that their hyper-centralized 'public health' planning has little to do with the health of the individual and more about how the individual can be more effectively managed to serve the collective, that in turn is to be administered by the new technocracy.
The WEF is merely the latest avatar for this elitist ideology whose primary goal is always to meet the ruling oligarchy's financial and consolidation goals and objectives.
This was true 100 years
ago as it is today.
It is also about managing expectations, as the WEF states:
You might be asking:
That plan gained a significant foothold in October 2021 when the Rockefeller Foundation and the New York Stock Exchange announced the creation of a new asset class that will effectively monetize the natural world as well as the processes underpinning all life.
All in the name of "sustainability"...
The lifeblood of this
system will be a new Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC)
which will be fully programmable, meaning that the currency issuer
can stipulate how the digital money is spent.
However, its Achilles heel might be that it seeks to remake the world in such a short space of time, presumably so these masters of the universe can marvel at their 'remarkable achievements' in this lifetime - the ultimate act of hubris by these self-anointed stewards of the planet.
The timeframe wasn't clear, only that it was inevitable.
In his historical literary work, The Decline of the West (1928), Oswald Spengler described the event horizon that eventually consumes all major cultures, and which generally have a limited lifespan of roughly one thousand years.
He examined eight major civilizations as examples:
He envisioned the West being consumed by its intellectual vortex:
Now realize what is at stake.
The unconstrained vision of Davos elites may become the final revolution within a larger civilisational cycle.
would be one of the catalyzing events in this process, followed by
global cyberwar, and then finally ending in something more
outrageous like a nuclear conflagration before ushering in a
New World Order.
Compared to the 20th
century, this would more resemble a centralised command and control
economy and a highly automated society. In terms of individual
rights, it would look like a neo-feudal dark age.
Or, as Italian commentator Federico Dezzani describes it,
These elites believe that the people must bear the brunt of this epic existential predicament of an overcrowded planet in a state of terminal decline due to man and his industrial exploits, which is said to be driving anthropogenic global 'warming' to the point where Earth will be uninhabitable...
We know what they mean, but they won't state their intentions openly, not yet anyway.
Only it's not true...!
This is based on the belief that from time to time, the ruling class must feed the general populace an ennobling fiction to maintain order and continuity.
From an elite's
perspective, this is done for their own good and that they might
feel better about their station in life.
...and soon it will be the coming war on China.
Each epic yarn spun with the help of a 24/7 mainstream and social media barrage of propaganda and misinformation...
By brainwashing the
population incessantly, the establishment creates the illusion of a
'bottom-up consensus', so much so that the people believe they've
collectively arrived at a grassroots consensus.
At the same time, however, a very real great awakening is also taking hold with a rising level of political and conscious awareness much broader and wide-ranging than anything before in human history.
This is a consequence of the same global panopticon wielded against the people by the elites.
Such awareness is the prerequisite to ultimate liberation, or as philosopher G.I. Gurdjieff once said,
Which brings us back to the philosophical and existential question:
Darwinian genetic science says we are here to promulgate our genes and advance the species.
On a fundamental level, this is what makes us human.
But the new green technocracy says this is no longer possible, and we must embrace a higher truth:
The irony is that collectively speaking, humanity might not survive this new 'empty planet' initiative.
Elite technocrats will contend that only a planned society modeled after Huxley's vision of a technocracy organized by functional castes and selective breeding in vitro can save the planet from the alleged existential menace of human consumption and climate change.
This is unconstrained totalitarianism.
The last 250 years have been an extraordinary progression from monarchies to democratic nations, in which the state eventually assumed a god-like status.
It set the stage for what is heading towards us now:
Far from being its crowning victory, this crescendo of technocracy and the perversion of 'progress' exposes how materialism and the scientific priesthood cannot satisfactorily answer the fundamental questions we've asked since time immemorial, those eternal questions and divine mysteries pursued by monks, sages, and sannyasi...
The forces of modernity cannot resolve this predicament, so people are left searching for something more grounded - where through the natural world they may also know the supernatural.
Once again, people reach
for religion and spirituality to find meaning and purpose, including
(and not surprising as one may think) the younger generation.
But even beyond an awareness of what you face, you need to have a vision of a world you wish to live in.
Elites have always been adept at occupying the minds of the people with propaganda, and the latest war or catastrophe, so we never settle long enough to formulate our vision of a compelling future.
Instead, our vision is mired in a never-ending procession of reactive emotions, leaving us vulnerable to the power of suggestion - and a 'compelling future' is instead continually served up to us by our rulers.
They create the
problem (a noble lie) that elicits our reaction before
they present us with a solution to which there is usually no
It's that simple.
There is still much work to be done, but the work is never done. Throughout time, this has always been the case.
The more things change,
the more they are the same...