by Dr. Joseph Mercola
Aldous Huxley, an English writer and philosopher, wrote
World," a science- fiction novel in which emotions and the sense of
individuality are eliminated, starting in childhood, via the use of
It's a work of fiction, but concepts on which it is based,
including the power to condition humans to accept an abnormal state
of life, are not
In the video
(bottom page), you can hear a 1962 interview with Huxley, in which
he speaks about the use of persuasion and conditioning to gain
ultimate power and control over society
Non-terroristic methods, such as suggestion and persuasion, are
also essential in gaining ultimate control, as some measure of
voluntary acceptance is necessary
conditioning, humans can get to the point of loving servitude,
and consenting to live in, and even enjoy, a state of affairs that
they, under natural circumstances, should not
Aldous Huxley, an English writer and philosopher, wrote nearly 50
books, the most famous being "Brave New
World," a dystopian
science-fiction novel published in 1932.
The world in the novel is a
futuristic one based on science and technology. Emotions and the
sense of individuality are eliminated, starting in childhood, via
the use of conditioning. 1
It's a work of fiction, but concepts on which it is based, including
the power to condition humans to accept an abnormal state of life,
In the video above, you can hear a
1962 interview with Huxley, in which he speaks about the use of
persuasion and conditioning to gain ultimate power and control over
"If you are going to control a population for any length of time you
must have some measure of consent," he said. 2
His words ring eerily
true in 2021...
Conditioning Humans to Love Servitude
Frederick Douglas once said,
"When a slave becomes a happy slave, he
has effectively relinquished all that makes him human." 3
How does a
human get to the point of loving their servitude, or consenting to
live in, and even enjoy, a state of affairs that they should not?
Often, it's through techniques of terrorism. While the word implies
violence, some of the most profound and dangerous techniques combine
methods of terror with methods of acceptance, Huxley said.
bringing in elements of persuasion, it's possible for a controlling
oligarchy to get people to love their servitude...
In 1957, William Sargant published "Battle for the Mind," which
delves into the techniques used by evangelists, psychiatrists and
politicians to change beliefs and behavior.
produce conversions, Huxley said, by heightening psychological
stress, talking about hell, then releasing this stress by offering a
promise of heaven.
Prisoners of war can be similarly brainwashed and
pressured into making admissions of guilt.
Pavlov's dogs study is one of the most well-known displays of the
power of conditioning. The dogs salivated not only in response to
food but in response to any object or event that they learned to
associated with food. 4
The findings also apply to humans, who can be conditioned to
associate abstract images with food, as shown by researchers with
the Wellcome department of neuro-imaging science at University
College London. 5
When shown pictures of the food-associated images, their reaction
times increased and areas of their brain involved in motivation and
emotional processes were activated.
After Pavlov's demonstration of classical conditioning, the profound
observations "sunk into the creature," Huxley said, and Pavlovian
methods were recognized as tools that could be applied with
creating large armies of totally devoted
Ultimate Power Involves Voluntary Acceptance
Non-terroristic methods are also essential in gaining ultimate
control, as some measure of voluntary acceptance is necessary.
Suggestion and hypnosis are two examples...
According to Huxley,
20% of people are easily hypnotized, while
20% are very difficult, if
not impossible, to hypnotize...
The remaining 60%, the
majority, can be gradually hypnotized if you work hard enough at it.
Similar figures apply to the power of placebo, or suggestion, Huxley
said, referring to a study on the administration of morphine or a
placebo following surgery.
The subjects were experiencing similar
levels of pain and were able to receive injections for pain relief
Half the injections were morphine and half were
distilled water, the placebo.
While 20% of the subjects got just as much pain relief from the
placebo as from the morphine, 20% got no relief from the placebo and
60% got some or occasional relief from the placebo. 7
are important, because it isn't hard to figure out which segment of
the population is extremely vulnerable to suggestion and which is in
the intermediate space.
As Huxley pointed out, such differences allow for organized society
to exist, because if everyone were unsuggestible, there would be no
order to society.
At the other end of the spectrum, if everyone were
highly suggestible, dictatorship would be inevitable.
majority of people in the "moderately suggestible" category is a
happy medium, allowing for the formation and preservation of
At the same time, the fact that there are 20% of people who are
extremely vulnerable to suggestion is of enormous political
Whoever gets ahold of the 20% can easily overthrow any
government or country, Huxley said, using the example of Hitler to
show what can be done using the power of suggestion.
Hitler understood human weaknesses and exploited them.
knowing that conditioning is easier when people are tired, Hitler
held all of his big speeches at night solely so that people would be
tired and therefore less capable of resisting persuasion...
What Are the Limits of Human Obedience?
In 1962, in a now infamous experiment, Yale University psychologist
Stanley Milgram tested the limits of human obedience to authority.
The study administrator instructed the study subjects - the "teachers"
- to give electric shocks to a student.
The "student" was actually an actor, but the study subjects were
unaware of this, and complied with the demands to shock him whenever
he gave an incorrect response to a question.
Even as the student
moaned, begged for the shocks to stop and ultimately stopped
responding, the subjects obeyed the authority figure in the room and
issued painful electric shocks.
The subjects were clearly uncomfortable with the task at times, but
still continued, showing that people may carry out heinous acts when
ordered to do so by authorities because they feel less responsible
for the behavior in this capacity. 8
Milgram experiment was later criticized for being unethical and,
in the U.S., studies that cause subjects serious distress were later
However, similar studies
in Europe confirmed the results, suggesting that people will
willingly and blindly obey authoritarian orders, especially if they
feel disconnected from their actions. 9
With societal norms rapidly changing, and an increasingly
authoritative environment emerging,
Will humans stop thinking for
themselves and proceed fully into a world where privacy no longer
exists and citizens turn in their neighbors if they buck the status
You'll Own Nothing and Love It
Huxley's science-fiction world in which people learn to love their
servitude sounds terrifying to most free thinking humans.
something that's being openly discussed.
Top political figures and
Big Tech leaders are using the common refrain that
the COVID-19 'pandemic' has provided an opportunity to "reset" and "build back
"Build back better" is a tagline of sorts for
The Great Reset,
though this is being played off as a new initiative, it's simply a
rebranding of terms for technocracy and the old "New World Order."
An elite oligarchy is behind this technocratic plan to govern
society through technology, programmed by scientists and technicians
and automated through the use of artificial intelligence, rather
than through democratically elected politicians and government
The current 'pandemic' is being used as a justification for the
movement, but the agenda has nothing to do with health and
everything to do with a long-term plan to monitor and control the
world through technical surveillance.
Part of the "new normal"
dictum is that,
you will own nothing and be happy...
This excerpt was
written by Ida Auken, agenda contributor to the World Economic Forum
"Welcome to the year 2030. Welcome to my city
- or should I say,
I don't own anything. I don't own a car. I don't own a
house. I don't own any appliances or any clothes.
It might seem odd to
you, but it makes perfect sense for us in this city.
you considered a product, has now become a service...
Once in a while I get
annoyed about the fact that I have no real privacy. Nowhere I
can go and not be registered. I know that, somewhere, everything
I do, think and dream of is recorded. I just hope that nobody
will use it against me.
All in all, it is a
The unstated implication is that the world's resources will be owned
and controlled by the technocratic elite and,
you'll have to pay for
the temporary use of absolutely
Nothing will actually belong to you.
All items and resources are to
be used by the collective, while actual ownership is restricted to
an upper stratum of social class.
Through the power of conditioning,
humans could come to not only accept this new form of society, but
The Conditioning Has Already Begun
The very purpose of "building back better" is to do away with what
was once "normal" and replace it with something different.
to WEF, this entails "reinventing capitalism": 12
"A true recovery from COVID-19 will not be about putting things back
together the way they were:
we need to ‘build back better', to
'reset', if we are to address the deep systemic vulnerabilities the
'pandemic' has exposed.
...If we don't seize this opportunity to build back better
- to reset
and reinvent rather than 'return to normal' - systemic risks and
vulnerabilities will continue to accumulate, making future shocks
both more likely and more dangerous.
Despite the tragedy, we
must leverage the COVID-19 'pandemic', and make sure that it
becomes the catalyst for a profoundly positive transformation of
the global economy, taking us closer to a world in which
everyone can live well, within planetary boundaries."
If you don't think this is possible, consider that
has already begun...
Using fear as a driving force, society not only
adapted to but embraced lockdowns, universal masking and mass
vaccination with an experimental injection, all without solid data
to back up the effectiveness and necessity of these draconian
The vaccines were supposed to stop the spread of COVID-19, but fully
vaccinated people can still transmit the virus, 13 and censorship of
anyone who speaks out about the numerous inconsistencies has become
With the roll out of vaccine passports,
unvaccinated people are being increasingly excluded from society,
facing a loss of privileges 14 and being morally shamed and labeled
In New York City, as of August 16, 2021, proof of vaccination will
be required to enter restaurants, gyms and theaters. 15
liberties, privacy and freedom are being slowly chipped away, all
for a virus with a documented high survival rate, 16 many are
supportive of even more questionable restrictions.
There are also
those, however, who are increasingly rebelling against lockdowns and
In July 2021, after France's parliament approved a law that requires
a vaccine passport to enter restaurants, trains, planes and certain
other public venues, more than 160,000 people, including 11,000 in
Paris, protested against the "health pass," even as police released
tear gas and water cannons against some of the protestors. 17
Therein may lie one key to stopping the conditioning being foisted
upon the public, namely speaking out against what you don't believe
The alternative is much darker, and you can get a glimpse
into such an authoritarian future from George Orwell, ('1984'), who said:
"In our world there will be no emotions except fear, rage, triumph
and self- abasement.
The sex instinct will be eradicated. We shall
abolish the orgasm.
There will be no loyalty except loyalty to the
party, but always there will be the intoxication of power. Always,
at every moment, there will be the thrill of victory, the sensation
of trampling on an enemy who's helpless.
If you want a
picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face,
forever. The moral to be draw from this dangerous nightmare
situation is a simple one.
Don't let it happen.
It depends on you..."
Sources and References
Britannica, Brave New World
3, 6, 7, 18
- Above video
Simply Psychology, Pavlov's Dogs Study
The New York Times August 26, 2003
YouTube, The Milgram Experiment 1962, Full Documentary, April 25, 2016
Cambios Coaching June 15, 2020
World Economic Forum, The Great Reset
The New York Times November 10, 2016
World Economic Forum July 13, 2020
Xinhuanet August 6, 2021
Jujamcyn, Springsteen FAQ, COVID-19
Fox 5 August 4, 2021
The Blaze July 14, 2021
VOA News July 24, 2021