On July 30th, our TKC post considered Blue State/Blue City mayhem in the context of Marxist ideology functioning as a battering ram of the Luciferian global syndicate’s obsession with implementing their totalitarian New World Order (NWO). This type of observation, is of course, circa late 1960’s and later CIA propaganda, routinely ridiculed by MSM order-followers as tinfoil hat wearing conspiracy theory effectively relegated to the back-room of absurdity. This proud brouhaha despite any evidence disputing conspiracy fact.
I referenced the so-called global syndicate, cabal, or choose your own term; so I bear some responsibility to at least point out evidence of conspiracy fact regarding alleged global syndicate activities and pursuit of their psychopathic quest for implementation of global Main Street slavery under the social justice guise of outcome based (forced) equality, world peace and societal security. After all, the American middle class is being brutally attacked and may suffer financial annihilation in front of our very eyes, though we prefer not to discuss it.
Since I read compulsively and have been ferreting out totalitarian gems from dusty, musty out-of-print sources since the late 1960’s – I’ll share a brief summary of one such contracted study, paid for, executed over a 2.5-year period, published, then kept from public view, for limited distribution to unnamed government administrators of high rank assumed to possess considerable political sophistication.
This Report is real. The fifteen people who wrote it are real. The government bureaucrats who paid for it and implement its findings to whatever degree are real. Our Main Street lives are real and the impact of government policy on our lives is real. What follows is conspiracy fact… and the conspiracy is not spawned on Main Street but in the corrupt halls of American power and governance. Voter beware!
I’m referencing the Report From Iron Mountain on the Possibility and Desirability of Peace. This Report is familiar to many curious rabbit holers, but to my knowledge the report has never been officially released or officially acknowledged by any government agency to the American public. My musty copy, with inside cover stamped salvaged was once held in the Base Library of Laughlin Air Force Base outside Del Rio, Texas, card catalog call number 341.1; and is copyrighted 1967 by The Dial Press, Inc. of New York with introductory material by Leonard C. Lewin. This Report was compiled based on research, discussion, and conclusions reached by a fifteen-person study group called The Special Study Group. The Group was compensated for its efforts, travel, etc.
I’m not going to summarize the report here; it’s an easy read for anyone obtaining a copy, but I will share the following statements taken from pages x, xi and xii of the Forward to this Report. I have read the report in its entirety and these statements are accurate observations. As you read the following, please note this report and reports like it issued by organizations such as Hudson Institute, Rand Corporation, etc. are routinely solicited by and used by elected and appointed officials in our corruptly psychopathic Washington D.C. halls of leadership. Also please note, you and I as taxpayers, pay for these reports along with subsequent policy implementation.
The following six paragraphs are not from the body of the written report, but are observations included in the Forward to my published version, provided by Leonard C. Lewin.
“Lasting peace, while not theoretically impossible, is probably unattainable; even if it could be achieved it would almost certainly not be in the best interests of a stable society to achieve it.
That is the gist of what they say. Behind their qualified academic language runs this general argument: War fills certain functions essential to the stability of our society; until other ways of filling them are developed, the war system must be maintained — and improved in effectiveness.
It is not surprising that the Group, in its Letter of Transmittal, did not choose to justify its work to “the lay reader, unexposed to the exigencies of higher political or military responsibility”. Its Report was addressed, deliberately, to unnamed government administrators of high rank; it assumed considerable political sophistication from this select audience. To the general reader, therefore, the substance of the document may be even more unsettling than its conclusions. He may not be prepared for some of its assumptions – for instance, that most medical advances are viewed more as problems than as progress; or that poverty is necessary and desirable, public postures by politicians to the contrary notwithstanding; or that standing armies are, among other things, social-welfare institutions in exactly the same sense as are old-people’s homes and mental hospitals. It may strike him as odd to find the probable explanation of “flying saucer” incidents disposed of en passant in less than a sentence. He may be less surprised to find that the space program and the “controversial” antimissile missile and fallout shelter programs are understood to have the spending of vast sums of money, not the advancement of science or national defense, as their principal goals, and to learn that “military” draft policies are only remotely concerned with defense.
He may be offended to find the organized repression of minority groups, and even the reestablishment of slavery, seriously (and on the whole favorably) discussed as possible aspects of a world at peace. He is not likely to take kindly to the notion of the deliberate intensification of air and water pollution (as part of a program leading to peace), even when the reason for considering it is made clear. That a world without war will have to turn sooner rather than later to universal test-tube procreation will be less disturbing, if no more appealing.
But few readers will not be taken aback, at least, by a few lines in the Report’s conclusions, repeated in its formal recommendations, that suggest that the long-range planning – and “budgeting” – of the “optimum” number of lives to be destroyed annually in overt warfare is high on the Group’s list of priorities for government action.
I cite these few examples primarily to warn the general reader what he can expect. The statesman and strategists for whose eyes the Report was intended obviously need no such admonition.”
Should the Patriot inquire further and obtain your own copy of this Report; in my humble opinion, if you substitute the word slavery for the word peace wherever the word peace appears in the Report, you’ll better comprehend what these fifteen psychopaths are discussing and sharing with government officials.
Much of what this Report acknowledges is true. Much of its reasoning, even when founded on fact, is indoctrinated nonsense parroted by Group members conditioned through years of active participation in the global syndicate’s well-coordinated study group system comprised of various venues such as; academia, secret societies, social clubs, foundation seminars, professional associations, etc. My primary issue with this very real Report is the Group’s proud refusal, its brazen arrogance in recognizing or considering human spirituality, morality, or even human consciousness as possibly causative or reactive in any regard outside Godless material constraints. Their vacuously constrained viewpoint denies human nature outside evil influence, rendering their recommendations not useless, but spectacularly threatening to life on earth.
I won’t go on about this any further; the reader can reach their own conclusions, but please recognize the United States and most other countries are being managed by psychopaths and if we as humans in human society are to survive in any state of good health and abundance we must learn to eliminate these sick people from positions of power. For more on this subject of pathological leadership, look at Professor Andrew M. Lobaczewski’s book entitled Political Ponerology (A Science on the Nature of Evil Adjusted for Political Purposes).
I suspect many of us should pray for our Creator’s assistance more than we have been as we are caught up in a whirlwind of spiritual warfare so fierce, moving so quickly we cannot even identify it. We need spiritual armor.