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1. Policy themes of Brave New World Part 3: Overview
2. Policy themes of Brave New World Part 4: Censorship, Scientism, Fraud and Evolutionary Mysticism
(a) Censorship in the Novel: Elimination of Old Books, Old Ideas and Family
(b)Scientism and the Control over Science: Dogma, Propaganda, and Corruption
(c)What is true about “Science”? Doctrines, Policies, Fraud, Engineering of Society, Drugs and Vaccines, Peer Review
(d)Hoaxes and Propaganda via Major Media to Promote the Theory of Evolution and Societal EVOLUTION towards World Government and Collective “Intelligence”
Power & Reality Journal – Issue 4 – October 21, 2017 – powerandreality.com
This is a revised version of my original post published on March 12, 2016 at canadianliberty.com. Website series contents: powerandreality.com/policy-themes-of-aldous-huxleys-brave-new-world-series-contents/
Unless otherwise noted, website addresses are referenced based on content accessed on or before March 12, 2016.
My original series (canadianliberty.com/?p=17829) was a commentary on the major themes of Aldous Huxley’s novel, Brave New World. Also see my notes on Brave New World Revisited (canadianliberty.com/?p=17795), a non-fiction version of Huxley’s agenda.
I am continuing with Part 3 of this newer series about how Huxley’s novel is being implemented in the real world.
In Parts 1 and 2, I covered the topic of world government creation, using the Liberal Party of Canada’s policy document as a starting point.
I discussed “Community,” one of the key words in the Brave New World’s motto, and also the promotion of “communitarianism,” especially through the Earth Charter and Agenda 21. We really have moved away from ideals about the individual using his or her own mind towards a corporatist-collectivist world in which our minds and initiative are just gradually switched off by our training, lifestyles and media, a world in which we pretend to be part of some process of group decision-making based on our participation when there is nothing of the sort. Everything important is taken out of our hands (if it was ever there to begin with), and everything trivial, entertaining and childish is left in our hands. This is because, as the evidence should continue to show, “construction” began on Brave New World a long time ago. I think this type of system is just an escalation of the types of control systems we have often been under to one degree or another.
I illustrated how Brave New World is a combination of capitalism and communism. And I explained this in the context of Agenda 21 and communitarianism, which were promoted at about the same time that the “New World Order” was announced in the early 1990s (canadianliberty.com/?p=16876: New World Order Speeches of President George H. W. Bush). As I mentioned regarding the Reece Committee, there is evidence that this merger of East and West had been planned by corporate-backed foundations for a long time.
I also related the promotion of this novel to the themes of apocalyptic and end-times messaging from religious groups and the entertainment industry. Brave New World has been actively promoted in the culture, and here I am writing about it! Many of the themes (listed below) in Brave New World are repeated constantly in science fiction films, from THX 1138 (1971) (www.imdb.com/title/tt0066434/) to In Time (2011) (www.imdb.com/title/tt1637688/?ref_=fn_tt_tt_39). Huxley promoted his ideas (canadianliberty.com/?p=12681: Aldous Huxley: the ultimate revolution, speech at Berkeley) (as a supposed warning) while he was alive. Not to take them as actual supernatural prophecies, but I even make a connection between the “ten regions” of Brave New World and the biblical books of Daniel and Revelation.
I covered the types of chaos in the novel that led up to the full creation of Brave New World. These included economic crises, poisoning of the water (forgetting to mention fluoride), large-scale wars, and parallels with the 9/11 terrorism event. I presented details about the post-9/11, 2001 anthrax attacks and noted a kind of parallel with the novel whether intentional or not. These crises in the novel softened people up for the implementation of a scientific dictatorship.
There is violent suppression of dissenters in the pre-Brave New World phase, with the dissidents portrayed as wanting a more natural and simpler life. The past was destroyed. I touched on the destruction of the past through modern warfare and its continuing destruction via the implementation of the same corporate culture in every town and city.
I gave a military reference to back up what I was saying about the global destruction of traditional culture using entertainment.
I went into the topic of control of dissent in the real world with an example of “conservatism” being taken over during the Cold War. Control of the “left wing” is a huge topic also that needs more exploration, but just the fact that people are divided into “left” and “right” is part of the control. I don’t think Huxley’s novel gets into the topic of false opposition directly, but it’s all about suppressing potential dissent–through drugs, religion, sex, propaganda, invasive modifications of embryos, and so on. One method of dealing with actual dissent was sending off higher caste dissidents to an isolated island.
I discussed the topic of apocalypticism along with the promotion of nihilism to replace old values–or reality-based, human values–in order to destabilize people and keep them off balance. We should refuse to consider the “process”–or “progress”–of supposedly predicted events as inevitable, but I believe this “end of the world” concept is part of the destabilization or softening up phase prior to the supposed full implementation of the scientific dictatorship under which everyone is somehow permanently damaged enough to be considered stable.
Another theme from Brave New World is consumerism and planned obsolescence. I went into some of the points about the history of this and the creation of a consumer society (read also Propaganda by Edward Bernays).
Then I discussed the topic of standardization, which is another aspect of Brave New World (BNW), which even applies to the new types of humans described in the novel. Standardization is a part of our world nowadays in a huge way and it seems to be almost a requirement, we think, for a technological society. We take a lot for granted when we accept the technological and legal standardization that is taking place–and also what is portrayed in science fiction–as if it is just an innocent, practical matter and not part of the implementation of invasive global control.
I went into the topic of the suppression of old books and ideas. I point out how, in the real world, libraries are eliminating old books and how the Internet seems to be leading to the extinction of paper books, which makes us perhaps instantly vulnerable to electronic control and censorship. This is an overlapping theme shared by Brave New World and Orwell’s 1984 “memory hole” concept. In the novel, old books and ideas are tightly controlled and censored as in the films Equilibrium (2002) (www.imdb.com/title/tt0238380) and Faherenheit 451 (1966) (www.imdb.com/title/tt0060390). The works of Shakespeare and other old books are banned. The World Controller for Western Europe, Mustapha Mond, marked a scientific paper as “Not to be published” because of its subversive contents. In this case, he could not allow people to think that life has a purpose outside of the “maintenance of well-being” (Commentary on Brave New World by Aldous Huxley – Part 11 – Conclusion: canadianliberty.com/?p=17160). Mond doesn’t want ideas from the past to disturb and destabilize the dictatorship.
I mentioned the elimination of old values. This goes hand in hand with mental and biological control of every individual. I think revolutionary movements are demolition tools or wrecking balls used by the elites to shape society, and Huxley confirms this interpretation of “revolution” in his 1946 Foreword to the novel (http://canadianliberty.com/?p=16929):
This really revolutionary revolution is to be achieved, not in the external world, but in the souls and flesh of human beings. . . . Sade regarded himself as the apostle of the truly revolutionary revolution, beyond mere politics and economics . . .
Huxley says the same thing about de Sade in his 1949 letter to George Orwell (canadianliberty.com/?p=9717 and www.lettersofnote.com/2012/03/1984-v-brave-new-world.html):
The first hints of a philosophy of the ultimate revolution — the revolution which lies beyond politics and economics, and which aims at total subversion of the individual’s psychology and physiology — are to be found in the Marquis de Sade, who regarded himself as the continuator, the consummator, of Robespierre and Babeuf.
Continuing with the Foreword to Brave New World:
. . . —the revolution of individual men, women and children, whose bodies were henceforward to become the common sexual property of all and whose minds were to be purged of all the natural decencies . . .
. . . Sade was a lunatic . . . The people who govern the Brave New World may not be sane . . . ; but they are not mad men [Huxley spins double-think] . . . It is in order to achieve stability that they carry out, by scientific means, the ultimate, personal, really revolutionary revolution.
Before continuing with more details, I am just going to list (as completely as I can) a point by point outline of what I consider to be real-life “policy” themes related to Brave New World. Some of these I have gone into enough detail about already, but many topics needs to be covered more fully. This list is not in order of importance:
- Ultimate revolution attacking the souls and flesh and natural values of human beings
- Chaos leading up to implementation of scientific dictatorship, including: economic crisis, war, mass poisoning, anthrax, mass-death terrorism, war against dissidents
- Consumerism, including planned obsolescence, standardization, mixed with communist-style collectivism
- Parallels between the promotion of dystopian science fiction such as Huxley’s novel, even in school curricula, and other religious and cultural apocalyptic messaging (including zombie apocalypse), along with nihilism against old values and culture
- The construction of world government, including communitarianism, Agenda 21, carbon tax, mix of communism and capitalism since Berlin wall came down and the New World Order announced
- Destruction of old culture including architecture
- Elimination and censorship of old books and ideas
- Control over science
- New global religion of one-ness that tries to give people a sensation of unity through DRUGS, MUSIC and SEX at small group ritual orgies, switching their minds off. Religion is then all about “experience.” Does that sound familiar?
- Everyone on mind-altering drugs, including special recreational drug “holidays”. Also the mass-drugging involved in water fluoridation (parallels poisoning of the water in the novel). Also, ideas or policies for adding other drugs to water supply. Food ingredients and genetic modificiation. Toxification of atmosphere with electromagnetic spectrum and aerial spraying (geoengineering). Vaccination, which also involves centralization of health care and education.
- Sexualization of children through educational indoctrination from early childhood
- Entertainment, arts and culture, base-level content, “feelies,” pornography, base-level lyrics, particular forms of electronic music (I’m sure I like a lot of it), immaturity. The mass construction of cinemas, the history of television, music industry. Video games, virtual reality, matrix concept.
- Centralization of power grids, of water supplies, of “smart grid” metering, technocratic infrastructure, electronic currency, education, health care, health monitoring. Centralization and concentration of media ownership.
- Systematic propaganda and social engineering.
- Use of hypnotic techniques, repetition of slogans from young age
- Brain damage during development, infant conditioning, creation of caste system from before artificial birth
- Caste system is part of the control: everyone knows their place and role by degrees of poisoning/depletion/alteration, the majority the novel have low intelligence
- Higher caste dissenters who won’t comply are isolated and sent to an Island to think whatever they like. Hey, maybe some parts of the Internet have already been mapped out for this in a virtual reality sense.
- The Savage character is surrounded by a surveillance system, a type of entertainment panopticon at the end of the novel, a type of reality TV
- Introduction of sadism at the end of the novel, combined with existing orgy practices
- Promiscuity required, no marriage, no pairing-off allowed
- Children created by the state through cloning techniques and test-tubes. Direct control over population. No natural reproduction.
- Sterilization including birth control when necessary.
- No family, no parenting, children raised by the state, not by parents. Propaganda conditions everyone to think natural reproduction (as opposed to sex without reproduction) is unthinkable and disgusting. So much for “politically correct” conditioning. It seems to be impossible to reverse social engineering because of the emotional reactions that repetitive propaganda induces in our minds. We may get offended by “old ideas,” but meanwhile, we don’t see the enhanced form of slavery being built around us, and we fail to be offended by that. We’re just trained to be “positive” about that and we’re given techniques to help us “cope” with things maybe we shouldn’t have to cope with because of the artificial monetary system.
- Control of aging, death institutions for people to go when they turn 60 (to die), nobody is allowed to get older, death conditioning. Conditioned feelings of revulsion against the elderly. Built-in euthanasia (the “right to die”). Maybe just another “coping” technique, right? Why bother trying to stop anything that should be stopped when you can just follow all the “self-help” coping methods published by the oligarchs?
- Recycling dead bodies (we call this “green”)
- Human life and individual’s worth devalued. Traditional, natural structures eliminated as already mentioned
- The only value is feeling good. Society is stable and completely immobilized through policies that promote feeling good all the time despite the circumstances: entertainment, sex, drugs, etc.
It’s a waste of time to wonder whether Huxley agreed with all the points in his novel or whether he might have had one or two benevolent thoughts towards the public he “warned.” Paid and privileged agents just do what they’re told. They follow their script. Huxley played his role in the limelight and did his bit promoting the agenda, including the parts he actively promoted, such as mind-altering drugs and religious mysticism (not to mention global “education” and other world government policies of Brave New World Revisited). We know he was involved and he wasn’t just “warning” us. That’s what he did. And I don’t care about him personally, whether I spend any space attacking him or not. It’s not about a particular hero you worship or villain. One stooge and mercenary is replaced by another. Also, I don’t doubt that he was locked into his mission through a process of initiation and committing to secret oaths, possibly begun at an early age.
Before it’s too late, we should stop following pied piper celebrities and other paid “change agents” and start finding ways to live more natural lives–in some ways more traditional, in some ways not–in order to create a bulwark to this artificial, anti-human agenda.
This is a revised version of my original post published on April 16, 2016 at canadianliberty.com. Website series contents: http://powerandreality.com/policy-themes-of-aldous-huxleys-brave-new-world-series-contents/
Unless otherwise noted, website addresses are referenced based on content accessed on or before April 16, 2016.
Continuing from the outline presented in Part 3, some topics have already been covered, and I’m just going to move on to other topics and provide real-world parallels for each:
I provided some examples of what I consider mass censorship in Part 2, but I neglected to provide a reference from the novel.
In Chapter XVI (page 199 of the edition I have), John the Savage hears Mustapha Mond, Resident Controller for Western Europe, quote Shakespeare. Mond tells him that Shakespeare is “prohibited” because “we haven’t any use for old things here.” He tells John that they don’t want people to be attracted to old ideas and, in any case, they wouldn’t be able to understand Shakespeare’s Othello. Old books are banned for the sake of social stability:
. . . you can’t make tragedies without social instability. The world’s stable now. People are happy; they get what they want, and they never want what they can’t get. . . . they’re not afraid of death; they’re blissfully ignorant of passion and old age; they’re plagued with no mothers or fathers; they’ve got no wives, or children, or lovers to feel strongly about . . . (200-201)
Instead, art is made out of “practically nothing but pure sensation” (page 201).
The example I gave of e-books replacing printed books is preparation for mass censorship, and the disposal of old books by libraries is an example of covert censorship. Why would the oligarchy openly announce direct censorship, which would be opposed, instead of quietly preparing the ground for it through the progressive introduction of seductive Internet- and computer-based technology? See the documentary film, The Net: The Unabomber, LSD and the Internet (canadianliberty.com/?p=13273).
By the way, e-books become part of the data that becomes vulnerable to EMP blasts (see en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electromagnetic_pulse), or at least EMP blasts become a plausible excuse or cover story for the mass disappearance of unwanted data.
Speaking of “pure sensation,” if almost everyone’s recreational activity is taken up with television, addictive pornography, Internet, video games, virtual worlds, and reading fiction of all kinds (electronic or not), where is the time and inclination left for reading non-fiction?
What would the gradual lead-up to the practical and mass-scale removal of unwanted information look like other than the world we see around us now?
Tiny minorities of the public may hold on to bits and pieces of challenging information in print form or otherwise, and that’s good, but will it make enough of a difference?
This could also relate to the caste system described in Huxley’s novel. People who are even capable of being interested in reality at all may become the “higher castes”–walking targets to be sent off to “the island” when they rock the boat.
Most others are just “educated” to fall out of the loop of actually being informed about anything outside of their job function, “carbon footprint” or other lifestyle conditioning.
Why aren’t people raising their figurative firewalls, raising their virtual shields to stop what is happening and defend what is good? Maybe YOU will. Good. But why would many others dismiss what I’m saying?
Because people are completely brainwashed. Their heads are full of marbles. I know all about it. We’re all in the same boat. Most people want to be “positive” and “happy” as the world collapses around them–including their lives and families–or lack of families. Also observe mainstream “health care” and its failure in your own life (or in the life of someone else in your life).
Note how the abolition of the family is portrayed in the above quotation about censorship from Brave New World. Then think about what the engineered transition to such a world would look like, and take a look at our own lives in the here and now.
There are other factors, but this situation can be attributed to very organized systems of mind control–through education and media–which most people don’t seem capable of acknowledging or doing anything about. Even if someone tells them, they refuse to believe it is real and serious. Through such denial, they just let themselves and their families be immersed in toxicity.
Moving on to a different topic that also involves control and censorship, the realm of “Science” a religious body with a capital ‘S’, “Science” as an institution of “consensus” and dogmatic, authoritative declarations about reality–as if that has anything to do with the supposed “scientific method” and how truth is supposed to be discovered through observation, inductive reasoning and testing. Testing means that anything in “Science” can also be challenged, examined and put to the test. Flaws in theories can be uncovered without the world falling apart or people being censored, intimidated and arrested for that matter. Right? Science is supposed to be a technique that uncovers the truth, isn’t it?
Here is an example from the novel of what happens when a citizen proposes a theory contrary to the Brave New World‘s regime and philosophy:
“A New Theory of Biology” was the title of the paper which Mustapha Mond had just finished reading. He sat for some time, meditatively frowning, then picked up his pen and wrote across the title-page: “The author’s mathematical treatment of the conception of purpose is novel and highly ingenious, but heretical and, so far as the present social order is concerned, dangerous and potentially subversive. Not to be published.” He underlined the words. “The author will be kept under supervision. . . . ” . . . once you began admitting explanations in terms of purpose-well, you didn’t know what the result might be. It was the sort of idea that might easily decondition the more unsettled minds among the higher castes-make them lose their faith in happiness as the Sovereign Good . . . (Chapter 12, page 160)
In this quote, you can also see one of the directions that some of the priests of science (or media and public relations) have taken in the modern world: the removal of the idea of a higher purpose other than the purposes of those who seek absolute power over all of us, who seek to replace the purposeful figure of a Creator with the collectivist human “God” of the World State, lording it over the not-so-randomly “evolving” human society, reinforcing their truth of “survival of the fittest.”
One of the slogans in a trailer for the 2016 film, X-Men: Apocalypse in bold letters is “Only the strong will survive”:
This is also the slogan at the top of the movie’s main promotional poster (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3385516/?ref_=nv_sr_1).
By the way, once again, endlessly, we see the promotion of the destabilizing idea of “apocalypse.”
The following quote is attributed to the establishment-promoted celebrity atheist Richard Dawkins, FRS – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Dawkins (Fellow of the Royal Society: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_Society#Fellows like Julian Huxley: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julian_Huxley):
The universe we observe has precisely the properties we should expect if there is, at bottom, no design, no purpose, no evil, no good, nothing but blind, pitiless indifference.
This doesn’t mean that various forms of mysticism that seem (key word being “seem”) to be contradictory to the atheist message are not also promoted by the controlled media–and that includes the use of religion. This includes, in my view, the promotion of ideas of apocalypse, moral “relativity”, “quantum” uncertainty about reality, ancient aliens, and magical thinking. However, all of this noise probably leads to the same result: people being confused and being controlled by “false prophets” of various kinds. And possibly the majority of people will end up sliding into the default option of pretending that there is no higher Creator, that there is no purpose outside of organized human gangs, thus allowing the World State to replace the old gods, old religions and old mythologies with the new god, the new religion and new mythologies.
I am not trying to dismiss the possibility of real spiritual experiences, but we should ask if “atheism” is really free from associations with mysticism? The Royal Society was replete with full-on mystics like Isaac Newton (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isaac_Newton’s_occult_studies).
Also, the Fabians who Huxley associated with were directly tied to Annie Besant and Theosophy. See https://www.voltairenet.org/IMG/pdf/Pease_History_of_the_Fabian_Society-2.pdf (The History of the Fabian Society, by Edward R. Pease, and it looks like Besant started out as an atheist. See chapter III, pdf page 28).
The Lucis Trust, which promotes the works of Theosophist Alice Bailey, is also connected with the United Nations (See: https://www.lucistrust.org/about_us/support_un and https://www.lucistrust.org/store/category/alice_bailey_books_p).
I have pointed out another couple of connections between mysticism and the United Nations in this post: Overview: UN International Day of Happiness, Climate Action, Earth Hour: canadianliberty.com/?p=23200.
For some reason–power being part of the reason, along with submission to human institutions by the isolated, atomized individual who is lacking a family–the personal God of traditional religions is their target.
Here are some further comments from Mustapha Mond on how the novel’s scientific dictatorship viewed science:
all of our sciences is just a cookery book, with an orthodox theory of cooking that nobody’s allowed to question, and a list of recipes that mustn’t be added to except by special permission from the head cook (Chapter 16, page 206).
In my view, what we have in our society is a set of dogmas which the oligarchy’s establishment academic agencies claim to be “scientific” but the promotion of these dogmas is not for the purpose of truth, but in order to achieve certain ulterior effects or power over humanity, our minds and bodies, to make us believe, for example, that we are just animals and that there is nothing special about being human, thus allowing them to do what they want to us via “science.” This includes everything from political action, social engineering, and vaccination to merely the shoring up of the establishment’s image in the face of potential criticism.
If people were more willing to question what they consume in the media or in their education when it comes to science and other topics, my view is that very few ideas would hold up to scrutiny, because the media and education systems (and entertainment systems) spend their efforts on topics that matter to the oligarchy, and what matters to the oligarchy is that we CHANGE into what they want us to be, and that we THINK what they want us to think. And anything that has to do with truth and reality, and testing statements, etc. will never work to serve those kinds of objectives.
Richard Horton, the editor of the Lancet (http://www.thelancet.com/contact-us) wrote the following in the April 11, 2015 edition:
“A lot of what is published is incorrect.” I’m not allowed to say who made this remark because we were asked to observe Chatham House rules. . . .
The case against science is straightforward: much of the scientific literature, perhaps half, may simply be untrue. Afflicted by studies with small sample sizes, tiny effects, invalid exploratory analyses, and flagrant conflicts of interest, together with an obsession for pursuing fashionable trends of dubious importance, science has taken a turn towards darkness. . . .
–From: “Offline: What is medicine’s 5 sigma?” See http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(15)60696-1/fulltext (pdf: http://www.thelancet.com/pdfs/journals/lancet/PIIS0140-6736%2815%2960696-1.pdf).
The following quotation is from “Drug Companies & Doctors: A Story of Corruption” by Marcia Angell JANUARY 15, 2009. See http://www.nybooks.com/articles/2009/01/15/drug-companies-doctorsa-story-of-corruption/:
. . . The theory that psychiatric conditions stem from a biochemical imbalance is used as a justification for their widespread use [psychotropic drugs], even though the theory has yet to be proved. . . .
. . . Similar conflicts of interest and biases exist in virtually every field of medicine, particularly those that rely heavily on drugs or devices. It is simply no longer possible to believe much of the clinical research that is published, or to rely on the judgment of trusted physicians or authoritative medical guidelines. I take no pleasure in this conclusion, which I reached slowly and reluctantly over my two decades as an editor of The New England Journal of Medicine. . . .
(The quote is referenced in this article also: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2964337/)
The following quote is from a paper written by Lucija Tomljenovic, PhD (Neural Dynamics Research Group, Dept. of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, University of British Columbia): “The vaccination policy and the Code of Practice of the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI): are they at odds?”
http://nsnbc.me/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/BSEM-2011.pdf (I believe this is a publication of the British Society for Ecological Medicine).
. . . Deliberately concealing information from the parents for the sole purpose of getting them to comply with an “official” vaccination schedule could thus be considered as a form of ethical violation or misconduct. Official documents obtained from the UK Department of Health (DH) and the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) reveal that the British health authorities have been engaging in such practice for the last 30 years, apparently for the sole purpose of protecting the national vaccination program.
Here I present the documentation which appears to show that the JCVI made continuous efforts to withhold critical data on severe adverse reactions and contraindications to vaccinations to both parents and health practitioners in order to reach overall vaccination rates which they deemed were necessary for “herd immunity”, a concept which with regards to vaccination, and contrary to prevalent beliefs, does not rest on solid scientific evidence as will be explained. As a result of such vaccination policy promoted by the JCVI and the DH, many children have been vaccinated without their parents being disclosed the critical information about demonstrated risks of serious adverse reactions, one that the JCVI appeared to have been fully aware of. It would also appear that, by withholding this information, the JCVI/DH neglected the right of individuals to make an informed consent concerning vaccination. By doing so, the JCVI/DH may have violated not only International Guidelines for Medical Ethics (i.e., Helsinki Declaration and the International Code of Medical Ethics) but also, their own Code of Practice
[archived link: http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/20120907095355/http://www.dh.gov.uk/prod_consum_dh/groups/dh_digitalassets/@dh/@ab/documents/digitalasset/dh_115363.pdf
original link: http://www.dh.gov.uk/prod_consum_dh/groups/dh_digitalassets/@dh/@ab/documents/digitalasset/dh_115363.pdf)].
The transcripts of the JCVI meetings also show that some of the Committee members had extensive ties to pharmaceutical companies and that the JCVI frequently co-operated with vaccine manufacturers on strategies aimed at boosting vaccine uptake. . . .
So do I think it’s possible for a powerful and wealthy gang to create a world government that issues “scientific” declarations about reality? Here is the evidence of the power of money and corruption.
Also, concerning the “peer review” process: “Major publisher retracts 64 scientific papers in fake peer review outbreak” https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2015/08/18/outbreak-of-fake-peer-reviews-widens-as-major-publisher-retracts-64-scientific-papers/ By Sarah Kaplan, 18 August 2015, Washington Post.
In the latest episode of the fake peer review phenomenon, one of the world’s largest academic publishers, Springer, has retracted 64 articles from 10 of its journals after discovering that their reviews were linked to fake e-mail addresses. The announcement comes nine months after 43 studies were retracted by BioMed Central (one of Springer’s imprints) for the same reason. . . .
See also “The Problems with Peer Review” at http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1420798/.
“Peer review: a flawed process at the heart of science and journals”
By Richard Smith
Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine
J R Soc Med. 2006 Apr; 99(4): 178–182.
So we have little evidence on the effectiveness of peer review, but we have considerable evidence on its defects. In addition to being poor at detecting gross defects and almost useless for detecting fraud it is slow, expensive, profligate of academic time, highly subjective, something of a lottery, prone to bias, and easily abused.
From what I can see, the play Inherit the Wind (promoted at my high school in Canada) and the movie Inherit the Wind are biased propaganda because of their totally inaccurate portrayal of the events and personalities surrounding the Scopes Monkey Trial. Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scopes_Trial) confirms that the public believes these fictional accounts are portrayals of actual history. Creationists present a totally different account of events (e.g., www.trueauthority.com/cvse/scopes.htm, www.themonkeytrial.com). This is an example of how our society is guided by propaganda. Part of that is to present a false choice between a particular version of creation and the theory of evolution, and to demonize those, UNFAIRLY, such as Christians, who believe that human beings have a special status in the eyes of God. That doesn’t suit the designs of slave masters. It’s just an observable fact, to use myself as an example, that the theory of evolution has been shoved in my face since I was a child by the public school system and media–and with the very minimum of convincing “evidence,” if any at all. Many will react against what I’m saying here, but I think a few readers will recognize the validity of my point.
By the way, someone can agree with or admire aspects of Darrow or Mencken without condoning hoaxes and propaganda, or admire Bryan without being a Christian socialist. We don’t need to take one “side” or the “other side” as if there are “sides.” We have to look at the facts and think for ourselves.
For more information about the weak arguments and how bad “evidence” for evolution is left in textbooks for decades, I recommend Ian Taylor’s book In the Minds of Men: Darwin and the New World Order. (See canadianliberty.com/?p=11782 and www.creationism.org/books/TaylorInMindsMen/index.htm).
The theory of evolution has been promoted constantly since T. H. Huxley–Aldous Huxley’s grandfather–began its promotion. I believe it was used to justify Western imperialist agendas–that the media and education systems obscure in their fake propaganda versions of history (forcing people to adopt a position in the stupid left-right paradigm laid out for them). It promotes concepts such as survival of the fittest and that society and man are also evolving in some way collectively and naturally, as if some natural process is guiding societal developments instead of the deliberate plans of human elites, that things are always getting “better” (even when nations are suffering under endless bombing, terror and torture), that our nature is always supposedly changing. And maybe it is in a way as we are affected by toxins of various kinds. And Charles Galton Darwin–related to the Huxleys–openly writes about using hormones in The Next Million Years (canadianliberty.com/?p=12667). And what are we eating? See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phytoestrogens for example.
For a relatively recent example, see www.scientificamerican.com/article/how-fake-fossils-pervert-paleontology-excerpt, Scientific American “How Fake Fossils Pervert Paleontology” [Excerpt from Flying Dinosaurs: How Fearsome Reptiles Became Birds,by John Pickrell], 15 November 2014
This article explains how National Geographic, in 1999, promoted a fake fossil that supposedly was a missing link between dinosaurs and birds.
Archaeoraptor was soon dubbed the ‘Piltdown bird’ and the ‘Piltdown chicken’ by the press, in reference to the biggest fossil hoax of all time, in which faked remains of putative early hominids were dug up from Piltdown in England in 1912.
Ian Taylor describes the Piltdown Hoax in his book (see
www.creationism.org/books/TaylorInMindsMen/TaylorIMMh08.htm#TaylorIMMhT_PiltdownMan). Taylor notes the involvement of Teilhard de Chardin:
Just as the disagreement appeared to be leading to acrimony, Father Teilhard de Chardin, from a local Jesuit seminary, found one of the missing canine teeth on the same site, and this quickly settled the argument. . .
. . . But just who was the hoaxer? As with the authorship of Shakespeare’s plays, this may forever remain the butt of speculation, but today suspicion is cast on either of two men. Both lived near the Piltdown site, both had the opportunity to acquire the fossil parts, particularly the jaw, since the ape was not native to the British Isles, and, more significantly, both had the special anatomical knowledge. The Jesuit Pierre Teilhard de Chardin is one popular suspect (Gould 1979) and, rather surprisingly, Arthur Conan Doyle is the other (Winslow and Meyer 1983). . . .
COINCIDENTALLY, UNESCO chief and WWF founder Julian Huxley–brother of Aldous— promoted the unorthodox mystical works of Teilhard de Chardin, although Huxley claimed not to have identical beliefs. And what did Teilhard de Chardin teach? He taught his Omega Point theory, which is all about man gradually evolving culturally, socially and spiritually towards an ideal society. See the collection of essays by Julian Huxley in Evolutionary Humanism (1992, Prometheus Books. Originally published as Essays of a Humanist by Harper & Row in 1964) (my comments on this book: canadianliberty.com/?p=17056).
The Omega Point doctrine is described here:
The Omega Point is a spiritual belief that the universe is evolving toward a higher level of material complexity and consciousness. The term was coined by the French Jesuit priest Pierre Teilhard de Chardin (1881–1955). Teilhard argued that the Omega Point resembles the Christian Logos, namely Christ, . . .
Also from en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Phenomenon_of_Man:
The Phenomenon of Man (Le phénomène humain, 1955) is a book written by the French philosopher, paleontologist and Jesuit priest Pierre Teilhard de Chardin. In this work, Teilhard describes evolution as a process that leads to increasing complexity, culminating in the unification of consciousness. . . .
. . . In Teilhard’s conception of the evolution of the species, a collective identity begins to develop as trade and the transmission of ideas increases. Knowledge accumulates and is transmitted in increasing levels of depth and complexity. This leads to a further augmentation of consciousness and the emergence of a thinking layer that envelops the earth. Teilhard calls the new membrane the “noosphere” (from the Greek “nous”, meaning mind), a term first coined by Vladimir Vernadsky. The noosphere is the collective consciousness of humanity, the networks of thought and emotion in which all are immersed. . . .
There is more in the following article, “Teilhard de Chardin and Transhumanism” by Eric Steinhart in the Journal of Evolution and Technology – Vol. 20 Issue 1 –December 2008 – pgs 1-22: jetpress.org/v20/steinhart.htm:
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin was among the first to give serious consideration to the future of human evolution. His work advocates both biotechnologies (e.g., genetic engineering) and intelligence technologies. He discusses the emergence of a global computation-communication system (and is said by some to have been the first to have envisioned the Internet). He advocates the development of a global society. Teilhard is almost surely the first to discuss the acceleration of technological progress to a Singularity in which human intelligence will become super-intelligence. . . .
Again with the Huxleys, Julian Huxley promoted transhumanism. From en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transhumanism:
The biologist Julian Huxley is generally regarded as the founder of transhumanism, after he used the term for the title of an influential 1957 article. (The term itself, however, derives from an earlier 1940 paper by the Canadian philosopher W. D. Lighthall.) Huxley describes transhumanism in these terms:
Up till now human life has generally been, as Hobbes described it, ‘nasty, brutish and short’; the great majority of human beings (if they have not already died young) have been afflicted with misery . . . we can justifiably hold the belief that these lands of possibility exist, and that the present limitations and miserable frustrations of our existence could be in large measure surmounted . . . The human species can, if it wishes, transcend itself — not just sporadically, an individual here in one way, an individual there in another way, but in its entirety, as humanity.
So you see the concept of humanity “evolving” towards a collective global identity which includes the idea of a world government. This has already been happening to us. On top of that, there is supposed to be some kind of controlling network of super-intelligence. Besides human intelligence agencies, I believe this ultimately refers to the Internet and whatever it is designed to become (see my commentary on The Net: canadianliberty.com/?p=13273).
These ideas of a collective, guiding “intelligence” are clearly described and promoted also in his non-fiction work The Open Conspiracy by Fabian author H. G. Wells (see canadianliberty.com/?p=1511), and also in A Brief History of the Future by European Banker and French government adviser Jacques Attali (see en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Brief_History_of_the_Future#Hyperdemocracy).
Also note that even the UN Agenda 21 document from 1992 implies a vast public-private effort of data collection, cataloging and surveillance of the entire planet–of all resources (canadianliberty.com/?p=23243). For whatever reason, since then, we have these systems called “Google Earth” and “Google Street View.”
A lot of such planning–and insanity–has to be involved in the process of setting up one’s clique as the new GOD.
Series to be continued with Part 5 in a future issue
Power & Reality Journal – Issue 4 – October 21, 2017 – powerandreality.com