Thursday, January 21, 2021

Redefining History

"Power is in tearing human minds to pieces and putting them together again in new shapes of your own choosing.” George Orwell


The linked CNN article is a good read, not because it is truthful but because it basically outlines a future of the United States as a "woke nation divided into separate identities" wherein the government provides "racial sensitivity training" educating people about "white privilege" and "critical race theory." Of course, those whom oppose such a future are labelled as "racists." It's nothing more than Marxist dialectical manipulation via the means of dividing people into separate "unequal" groups necessitating an increase in "central planning" and the associated "centralised power" in order to make things "equal."

The CNN article in particular deals with the critique against the "1619 Project." The major thesis of the "1619 Project" is that it frames the beginning of the United States as taking place in 1619 with the arrival of the first slaves in Virginia. The major narrative then becomes a United States actually founded upon slavery and that slavery is central to all things United States. Thus the themes of "liberty and freedom," "unalienable individual rights" and "limited government established to expressly preserve such rights" are swept under the bed.

The real founding principles of the United States MUST be swept under the bed because they stand in stark contrast to centralised authoritarian control of the people. This is why the "1619 Project" is being taught in the schools. Adolf Hitler didn't create the "Hitler Youth" for no reason, he realised that he had to mould the minds of the children that they support, without question, a centralised and authoritarian Nazi state. It may not be Nazi's this time around, but it is certainly centralised authoritarianism. The labels change but not the agenda towards centralised power and control over the people.
Now back to the "1619 Project." Whilst it is true that slavery is an evil in USA history it is by no means the FOUNDATION of the nation as the "1619 Project" asserts.

Slavery has been a worldwide institution (it still exists in parts of Africa) going back millennia. The word "slave" actually has its origin with "Slav" in reference to the Slavic people of Central and Eastern Europe being enslaved by the Moors of Northern Africa. People have been enslaving other people for millennia. Blacks have enslaved Blacks. Whites have enslaved Whites. Blacks have enslaved Whites. Whites have enslaved Blacks. Asians have enslaved Asians etc. Slavery wasn't about race, it was about domination. When one people were able to dominate another slavery was often the result.

The reason racism became a thing in the Southern United States is because those whom supported slavery needed some justification in face of the critique by those whom supported the founding principles of the United States.

You see, "all men are created equal and are endowed by the Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, LIBERTY, and the pursuit of happiness" doesn't gel well with enslavement. Thus when the abolitionists were pointing this out there needed to be some justification as to why the Black slaves were not included in "all men." Thus the view of the Black man as a "lesser human" closer to a "beast of burden" was born.

Slavery wasn't the result of racism in the United States. Racism was the result of trying to defend slavery against the USA founding principles. This is what the "1619 Project" completely ignores and it ignores it because the purpose of the "1619 Project" is to subtly promote authoritarian centralised control over the people, it is not designed to promote "all men are created equal and individual liberty."

So with that in mind go read the CNN article on the future of a woke United States divided into separate identities and understand why Joe Biden will issue an executive order to dissolve the "1776 Commission" in favour of the "1619 Project" being taught to the youth of the United States.

https://www.cnn.com/2021/01/20/politics/biden-rescind-1776-commission-executive-order/index.html

Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Manipulating Society - Rise of Beast Government

When the facts don't fit a conclusion, just ignore what is plainly obvious and invent some fiction. Now we have something called "multiracial whiteness" according to the Washington Post.


<<<To understand Trump’s support, we must think in terms of multiracial Whiteness:

...take a look at the FBI’s posters showing people wanted in the insurrectionist assault on the U.S. Capitol: Among the many White faces are a few that are clearly Latino or African American.
...
Yes, Trump’s voters — and his mob — are disproportionately White, but one of the more unsettling exit-poll data points of the 2020 election was that a quarter to a third of Latino voters voted to reelect Trump.
...
many Black and brown voters have family and friends who fervently backed the MAGA policy agenda, including its delusions and conspiracy theories.
...
what are we to make of unmistakably White mob violence that also includes non-White participants? I call this phenomenon multiracial whiteness — the promise that they, too, can lay claim to the politics of aggression, exclusion and domination.>>>
https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/01/15/understand-trumps-support-we-must-think-terms-multiracial-whiteness/

In George Orwell's novel "1984" the main slogans of the Party were...

War is Peace
Freedom is Slavery
Ignorance is Strength

The people were kept in a constant state of fear and anxiety through the means of a constant barrage of never ending and contradictory propaganda. What is wasn't and what isn't was.

George Orwell, in writing and publishing "1984," was warning the world of how a totalitarian government can induce unquestioning submission and support via the means of psychological control. Control the minds and you control the people.

War is Peace
Freedom is Slavery
Ignorance is Strength

or

Racism is still racism even when it isn't.
Incitement is still incitement even when it isn't.
Delusion and conspiracy theory is still delusion and conspiracy theory even when it isn't.

Facts don't matter! What does matter is the propaganda narrative that will lead people into unquestioning submission to authoritarian centralised control. In this case it is the rejection of MAGA because it is racist, even though it isn't.

It actually goes much deeper though.

"And they worshipped the dragon which gave power unto the beast: and they worshipped the beast, saying, Who is like unto the beast? who is able to make war with him?" Revelation 13:4

The "beast" in the Bible is representative of a system premised on "animalistic man." In other words, men whom are unrestrained by the love of God in their hearts. You see, man was created in the "image of God" (Gen 1:27) not the "image of beasts." Yet man can act like a beast by forsaking God and His image.

Jesus Christ bore witness of the image of God to humanity and described this image as "I am the way, the truth and the life" (Joh 14:6) and He invited people to "abide in me, and I in you" (Joh 15:4) because the outworking of true righteousness (ie. good fruit - Joh 15:8) is only possible through abiding/walking/living in the framework of God's love, His Spirit, His power. All one and the same thing.

To not do that is to be a beast and exist apart from God which is why the Bible makes a clear distinction between the "walking in the flesh" and "walking in the Spirit" (Rom 8:1-4).

"Walking in the Spirit" can be equated to self government via the Spirit of love. This is why the Apostle Paul would write "faith works by love" (Gal 5:6), "love works no ill" (Rom 13:10) and "if ye be led of the Spirit, ye are not under the law" (Gal 5:18). It's a very simple principle.

Yet that principle is rejected by most people to their peril and the end result will ALWAYS be totalitarianism of one form or another. You see, virtue is voluntary because it involves choice. Jesus invited people to follow Him, He didn't force them. Totalitarianism is the opposite, totalitarianism uses FORCE (psychological and physical) to compel obedience.

Everyone desires a better world, yet that doesn't mean every effort will bring one about. There are two paths, freedom of choice or coercion. Coercion NEVER works as history clearly demonstrates and that is because coercion requires centralised power and when human beings unrestrained by genuine love wield power they will ALWAYS abuse that power and you end up with an unrestrained BEAST power. An unchained wild animal devouring and wreaking havoc.

The United States was founded upon the principle of "freedom of choice" and "virtue." Whilst certainly not perfect and with much hypocrisy along the way, it was those underlying principles that allowed the United States to become so successful.

There are many today who arrogantly think they know what is best and desire to impose THEIR PLAN on everyone else and there are many more whom foolishly and blindly believe their rhetoric and thus elevate these kinds of people to power.

The United States didn't become the most powerful, productive and innovative nation in all of world history for no reason. It wasn't because of slavery, an institution that had existed worldwide for millennia. It was due to liberty, freedom and virtue. A people being able to pursue their dreams but in the respect of allowing others to do so as well. A "central plan" was not needed to develop a prosperous and productive society any more than a "central plan" was needed to develop the English language.

The United States was not founded as a "Beast" because the founders detoothed, declawed and chained the beast via the means of the Constitution and Bill of Rights. The USA founders recognised the fundamental unalienable rights of man and also recognised that the express purpose of government is to "secure these rights" in writing...

<<<We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. That, to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. That, whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new government, laying its foundation on such principles, and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness.>>> Declaration of Independence

There was no concept that government existed to "fix the world" or "solve all problems." That was for individuals to do as they saw fit as they lived and prospered in a free society.

Yet there have always been those whom desire an unchained beast with the teeth and claws necessary to impose their "fix it" plans and therefore seek, at every opportunity, to undermine the USA founding principles.

In the absence of being able to directly refute liberty and freedom too openly (it doesn't sound good), it has to be done in a round-a-bout way ala George Orwell's...

War is Peace
Freedom is Slavery
Ignorance is Strength

By redefining reality one can put the people in a constant state of fear, confusion and anxiety by which those very people will empower a beast to be their saviour and protector. This is how totalitarian societies are born.

That's what's going on today.


Scott.

Monday, December 21, 2020

Fact Check for the Corporate/Political/Media Alarmist Narrative

 

Here is a Fact Check for the corporate/political/media alarmist narrative.
 
Florida with NO LOCKDOWN has less than half the cases per million than California which is under a strict lockdown.
 
Florida (397 persons per sq. m.) even has a much higher population density than California (253 persons per sq. m.).
 
The truth is that lockdowns are about the exercising of power and control over people by the dictatorial minded, a type of people whom relish in ruling over others with the excuse of "we have to do something" or "we know better than you" as opposed to allowing a free people make their own decisions and risk assessments. It's bullying to be plain and simple.
 
I don't support bullying. Do you?
 

 

Saturday, December 19, 2020

Feeding Fear to Gain Consent

 Yesterday, the World Economic Forum tweeted some fear mongering paranoid nonsense in order to scare the public into supporting a centrally planned dystopian socialist world order.

Centralised power is extremely dangerous and the majority of people in society are being lulled into supporting it.

These elitist central planners are not godly people. They are ego driven godless know-it-alls who want to control others.

Jesus Christ is the very opposite. He calls for people to voluntarily forsake all evil and come to righteousness.

You see, we either choose to do that or we don’t and the chips will fall where they may. We will reap what we sow, if we sow to the flesh (ie. serve base lusts like animals) then ultimately we will reap destruction (ie. wrecked relationships and a wrecked society and also be found wanting in the judgment to come) or we sow to the Spirit and walk in love, even whilst in a corrupt, wicked and deceived world, yet we have true life and peace, being aligned with God not being part of the problem working evil.

This is why the Apostle John wrote (and please carefully think about these words)...

“Herein is our love made perfect, that we may have boldness in the day of judgment: because as he is, so are we in this world.There is no fear in love; but perfect love casteth out fear: because fear hath torment. He that feareth is not made perfect in love.” 1Jn 4:17-18

Whilst there is no fear in love, there is certainly fear in paranoid delusions of the Earth turning into Venus due to freedom, liberty and a market economy.


“... the wicked shall do wickedly: and none of the wicked shall understand; but the wise shall understand.” Daniel 12:10

Sunday, December 13, 2020

Truth From The Experts About Coronavirus Deaths? I'm Not Holding My Breath

If 570 of 640 people (89%) who died of Covid-19 in two New Jersey hospitals had "do not resuscitate" orders {1] prior to being admitted to hospital then that certainly means that those 89% were already on deaths door.

"Do not resuscitate" orders are instructions given in the context of people at the "end of their lives or with an illnesses that will not improve" [2] and are often designated when people are in hospice care.

Clearly this 89% figure can be extrapolated with the implication that all Covid-19 related deaths likely have an equally high association with "do not resuscitate" orders. This clearly means that the vast majority of those dying of Covid-19 would have died shortly thereabouts due to the impact of already present illness.

It's a fact that the average age of death due to Covid-19 [3] is higher than that of those due to heart disease [4]. Not only that, but more people die each year due to heart disease than died from/with Covid-19 in 2020 by just under a factor of three [3][4]. It's similar with heart attacks [5].

Therefore the question we ought ask is why have we been destroying small businesses, increasing government dependence, completely undermining the rule of law by allowing executive branches of government to "make law," printing more money than ever than every before in history, destroying children's education, as well as inducing constant fear and paranoia in the general public when the above statistics are factual?

How can any of this can possibly be rooted in a genuine concern for the public's health when the consequences of the action taken is so destructive?  You DO NOT cut your leg off in order to prevent a foot infection. There has NEVER been an official cost/benefit analysis done as it pertains to any of this and such a cost/benefit analysis is not even discussed in the mainstream media. WHY?

There are even examples of people resigning from their official positions so they can speak out against all this insanity, one example being Sanjeev Sabhlo, a former economist in the Victorian Department of Finance and Treasury [6] in Australia. Again, you DO NOT cut your leg off in order to prevent a foot infection. Even with that being said, it is worth considering that there may be those in the business of selling crutches who may have an interest in compelling you to amputate that leg.

Scott.

{1]
https://www.cidjournal.com/article/S0738-081X(20)30231-5/fulltext
[2]
https://medlineplus.gov/ency/patientinstructions/000473.htm
[3}
https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/vsrr/covid_weekly/index.htm
[4]
https://www.cdc.gov/heartdisease/facts.htm [5] https://www.heart.org/idc/groups/heart-public/@wcm/@sop/@smd/documents/downloadable/ucm_319574.pdf
[6]
https://www.afr.com/policy/economy/victoria-has-locked-itself-into-a-lockdown-blunder-20200916-p55w1z

Wednesday, November 18, 2020

United States of America 2020 Election

I think the 2020 US election result has been influenced by fraud.

Why?

Well, when I received my absentee ballot to vote in the 2019 Australian election it worked like this.

1. I had to first request a ballot with my reason for doing so.

2. Once I received my ballot I had a very small window of time to go see a Public Notary which we call a "Justice of the Peace" in Australia. I would then have to show photo government issued ID to prove my identity and sign the ballot in front of the notary who would then notarise it with their stamp and signature.

3. I would then have to mail the ballot back to the Electoral Commission in Australia where it would be checked and counted.
https://www.aec.gov.au/groom/pva.htm

In the 2020 USA Election, under the guise of "Covid-19 necessity," the regulations for mail-in ballots were loosened in many of the states throughout the country. Many unsolicited ballots were sent out to registered voters without having to be first requested in many states. The result of this, obviously, was that many ballots were sent to addresses where the people in question no longer resided. Was it required that many of these ballots had to be notarised with an ID check like we do in Australia? NO! People simply fill it out, sign it and send it in.

Georgia, for example, has no notary requirement...

https://ballotpedia.org/Voting_in_Georgia


Neither does Michigan...
https://ballotpedia.org/Voting_in_Michigan

Nor
Pennsyvania...
https://ballotpedia.org/Voting_in_Pennsylvania

Not in Nevada either...

https://ballotpedia.org/Voting_in_Nevada


No wonder there are many reports of people whom have changed address and then, having looked themselves up on a voting database, discovered that someone else voted in their name. Recently I posted the news story regarding Nahshon Garrett in Tennessee whom had moved from Nevada, a State which has no notary or ID requirements for someone to mail in a postal ballot. Well, someone mailed in Nahshon's ballot and he is not the only one. Votes have even been cast in the names of still registered dead people.

I have recently learned that in some States, like Georgia, that the signatures on the received ballots have not even been properly checked and that the average rejection rate of mail-in ballots in many states, compared to previous elections, is statistically lower by at least a factor of 10. In Georgia it was 3.5% in 2018 compared to 0.3% in 2020.
https://gagop.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Deficiency_Letter_1_.pdf

Signature verification was removed entirely in the State of Pennsylvania by their Department of State.
https://apnews.com/article/pennsylvania-election-2020-pittsburgh-elections-presidential-elections-fc464c287c18823ff57fedc13facf7e5

If anyone can simply fill out any ballot they find with no requirement for a Public Notary and ID check then certainly there is a clear incentive for dishonest people to fill in other people's ballots. Add to that the removal of signature checks entirely like in Pennsylvania or the recount in Georgia, then how can anyone possible have any sure confidence in there having been an honest election? Add to that the media portrayal of Donald Trump as some kind of Hitler like figure, that surely sends an incentive for people to do their civic duty in making sure he doesn't win at any cost.

These are facts, not conspiracy theories. 1+1=2.

The whole reason we have checks and balances in law is to act as a disincentive to do the wrong thing because it makes it more difficult. Eliminate the disincentive for dishonest and corrupt behaviour and it's obvious you'll end up with an increase in dishonest and corrupt behaviour. The only reasonable conclusion to draw from the sending out of unsolicited mail-in ballots with a reduction or removal of verification checks is one of a certain increase in fraud as it pertains to a percentage of the votes mailed. It's common sense.

Now throw into the equation much of the less substantiated conspiracy information and red herrings that is currently being spread around as it relates to alleged election fraud. Misinformation and disinformation effectively serves to dilute a pool of valid information and also serves to draw people's attention away from simple truths. Combine that with the popular medias selective reporting by emphasing the misinformation and disinformation and an ignoring valid information and what we witness is a massive psychological war on truth with the minds of the general public being the casualties. This is why it is ESSENTIAL for people to do their own verification checks on the information they receive or read before they send it on to someone else. People who won't do that are part of the problem and only serve to impair the cause of truth.

Many people are their own worst enemy and I see much of this with many people at the "stop the steal" rallies which have so many people shouting all sorts of unsubstantiated rumour instead of sticking to and focusing on core verified facts. It's one thing to question things and have an open mind but don't confuse that with substantiated verifiable facts. Putting an agenda above truth is doomed to fail, it doesn't even matter if one's agenda happens to be liberty and freedom. This is one reason as to why the United States will likely lose its freedom, a lack of a real love for the truth. It's a principle which ought not be ignored.

Jesus taught that the "condemnation" of people relates to people loving darkness rather than light.

Joh 3:19 And this is the condemnation, that light is come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil.
Joh 3:20 For every one that doeth evil hateth the light, neither cometh to the light, lest his deeds should be reproved.
Joh 3:21 But he that doeth truth cometh to the light, that his deeds may be made manifest, that they are wrought in God.

In other words, they love that which serves their own agenda as opposed to loving actual reality, whatever that reality might happen to be. I have often said in my writings that it is only truth that is sacred, not our opinions. This is why it is essential we be willing to align our opinions in accordance with truth, not try to bend the truth in order to suit our opinions.

Of course, when Jesus spoke the aforementioned words He was speaking in the sense of the ultimate reality (ie. Way/Truth?Life - Joh 14:6) being that it is the rejection of the teachings, example and Spirit of Jesus' which is the condemnation on mankind, those individuals whom refuse to align themselves with the way things actually are (ie. reality).

Jesus noted that those whom "do truth" come to the light. "Right action" is associated with "doing truth" not merely the "doing" of something in and of itself. Furthermore, Jesus also taught this...

Luk 6:47 Whosoever cometh to me, and heareth my sayings, and doeth them, I will shew you to whom he is like:
Luk 6:48 He is like a man which built an house, and digged deep, and laid the foundation on a rock: and when the flood arose, the stream beat vehemently upon that house, and could not shake it: for it was founded upon a rock.
Luk 6:49 But he that heareth, and doeth not, is like a man that without a foundation built an house upon the earth; against which the stream did beat vehemently, and immediately it fell; and the ruin of that house was great.

The only house that withstands a flood is one built on the solid foundation of immovable rock. In other words, "doing" has to be aligned with "actual reality" in order for us to be able to withstand pressure. A home builder who ignores the basic principles of structural engineering and therefore sets his house upon a foundation of sand will soon discover that their house begins to shift as the sand shifts. This principle is the same with everything in life, wrong action established on a misrepresentation of reality will ALWAYS eventually fail because it is reality that matters, not a fictional view thereof. This is what is occurring right now in regards to this election.

When people sow misinformation and disinformation, well intended or not, they are only building their house upon sand and that house will not withstand pressure. Truth withstands scrutiny! I'll finish by saying that I find much comfort in the fact that, whilst of course we do what we can as it pertains to promoting what is right in this world, ultimately what we see around us is temporal and therefore ought be viewed more in the context of a means by which our character is developed as we grow and also influence others for the better. Realising how temporal this world actually is, as well as having an appreciation for character development in a spiritual context, ought leave us in a state where we are not lovers of the world nor a lover of the things of this world. This is why a true Christian can have true peace during times of trial.

1Jn 2:15 Love not the world, neither the things that are in the world. If any man love the world, the love of the Father is not in him.
1Jn 2:16 For all that is in the world, the lust of the flesh, and the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life, is not of the Father, but is of the world.1Jn 2:17 And the world passeth away, and the lust thereof: but he that doeth the will of God abideth for ever.

Scott :)

Friday, November 6, 2020

Loving Slavery in 2020

The Donald Trump presidency reminds me of what occurred, on a smaller scale of course, when Pauline Hanson was elected to the Australian Senate back in the 1990's.

Like Donald Trump, Pauline Hanson was critical of Australia losing its sovereignty to global organisations and thus she spoke of an "Australian First" approach.

She opposed "multiculturalism" because she understood that the concept of "all cultures being equal" would undermine "western culture" and therefore "western society."

Western culture with its concepts of "individual liberty" and the "rule of law," developed and inherited from charters like the 1215 Magna Carta and 1688 English Bill of Rights and then further developed and expounded in the United States with the Declaration of Independence, Articles of Confederation, Constitution and appended Bill of Rights, all set the fundamental basis for individual freedom as opposed to being ruled by an elite class, whether it be a king, oligarchy, council of wise men or even the rabid mob.

It was Western culture which, for the first time in world history, called for the abolition of slavery, a long standing world-wide institution going back thousands of years. It was through the philosophical concepts of recognising "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness" as being fundamental Creator endowed unalienable rights that slavery was seen for the abomination that it was. It was both the English and Americans whom first banned the slave trade and used their naval ships to enforce such a ban. It certainly took time in the USA and the loss of many lives before slavery was finally abolished. Such a value in a culture certainly makes that culture of better value. All cultures do not have the same value. Individual people do, but a people is clearly distinct from the culture they adhere to. Cultures generally reflect a set of values and the better values of any culture ought be upheld with the detrimental values being rejected. It has nothing to do with any physical characteristic like skin tone, average height or bone structure.

A tactic often used today is the conflation of multi-culturalism with that of multi-racialism. Many people whom are critical of the undermining of the tenets of Western Culture by the imposition of foreign cultures are often labelled as a "racist." Race has nothing to do with it and anyone who thinks it through knows this. Human genetics and human traditions/practices/worldviews are obviously not one and the same thing. To conflate the two, as many do, is an artful means of preventing people from actually reasoning through facts.

The inculcating of fear into people as it pertains to addressing particular subjects is a very effective means of controlling the public mind. By mislabeling people as "racists" and then through a constant repetition of that lie through establishment media, education and political institutions it is possible force people to self-censor their own valid viewpoints because those viewpoints become associated with an unpleasant fiction. The average person, having no desire to be embroiled in conflict, will then simply keep their views to themselves as opposed to having to defend themselves in an attempt to disassociate themselves with the mislabel. It simply isn't worth the effort in daily life to most people and thus a valid and logical viewpoint is effectively eliminated from public discourse through mislabeling and the subsequent peer pressure of the those lacking critical thought.

Some cultures are CLEARLY more efficient, just and equitable than others. Certainly Western Culture is not perfect, and we ought reflect and work on correcting any inadequacies as individuals, but to completely undermine Western Culture, as is being presently done on many fronts, is certainly societal suicide.

Pauline Hanson, due her inarticulate and simplistic understanding, wasn't able to speak to the underlying philosophical reasoning of her views and thus she was easily attacked and labelled a racist. Pauline Hanson stated in her maiden speech...

<<<My view on issues is based on commonsense, and my experience as a mother of four children, as a sole parent, and as a businesswoman running a fish and chip shop. I won the seat of Oxley largely on an issue that has resulted in me being called a racist. That issue related to my comment that Aboriginals received more benefits than non-Aboriginals.

We now have a situation where a type of reverse racism is applied to mainstream Australians by those who promote political correctness and those who control the various taxpayer funded 'industries' that flourish in our society servicing Aboriginals, multiculturalists and a host of other minority groups. In response to my call for equality for all Australians, the most noisy criticism came from the fat cats, bureaucrats and the do-gooders. They screamed the loudest because they stand to lose the most – their power, money and position, all funded by ordinary Australian taxpayers.>>>Pauline Hanson, Maiden Speech to Parliament, 1996

The parallels between Pauline Hanson and Donald Trump are quite startling the more I think about it.

It is the intellectuals, bureaucrats, and the do-gooders whom make a living off dividing society into "groups" and "identities" and then attempt to bring about "equal outcomes" through the social engineering of central planning. Of course the implementation of social engineering requires authoritarian big government to enforce such an agenda, the intellectuals plans must overrule the plans of individuals and that takes both social conditioning and force.

Both Donald Trump and Pauline Hanson stood on opposition of the vast and powerful special interests of the media, bureaucracies and intellectual elitists of this world. They stood with the common people for common sense. I clearly see that now. Neither of them are right on all things, both lacked understanding of many things, just as we all do, yet they were certainly "for the people" as opposed to being "for the status quo of the intellectual elite."

In both cases the media, bureaucracy, intellectuals have vehemently attacked Donald Trump and Pauline Hanson using buzz words and catch phrases and have therefore been able to completely avoid and misdirect the minds of the public away from the actual sentiment being expressed. Much of the general public, in response, simply parrot the same deceptive rhetoric due to lacking any real capability to critically think for themselves.

Edward Bernays, the man whom coined the term 'Public Relations,' was absolutely correct when he wrote...

<<<The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country.>>> Edward Bernay's, Propaganda, Chapter 1, Organizing Chaos, 1928

http://www.historyisaweapon.org/defcon1/bernprop.html

Add a lack of attention spans and social media to the mix and it's clearly evident that the world is ripe to march off headlong into a dystopian technological mind-numbed slavery. When people lose the capacity for critical thought as well as lose their moral compass and live like animals they will be governed by tyrants and just like in Aldous Huxley's "Brave New World" they will CRY OUT FOR IT AND LOVE IT. We have seen that in 2020.