MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS
The other day I was put on notice by Facebook that I was unable to comment or post anything because of an article that I posted from the World Economic Forum about COVID-19. I was surprised because the World Economic Forum has been at the forefront of what is going to happen to our future as we are now moving out of pandemic phase into another crisis that most certainly is waiting in the wings.
I know that Facebook can enforce the terms of service if they wish, however, it got me thinking about how we as a people are moving fast down that slippery slope to accepting an authoritarian despotic society in which the only opinions, ideas and speech expressed are the ones permitted by the government and its corporate cohorts.
Facebook is a corporate arm that is becoming intolerant of any speech that they do not approve of—this is not a constitutional issue, it’s a programming issue that punishes thought crime.
Civil liberties will be the sacrificed on the alter because of thought crime. The cancel culture has been very efficient in punishing thought crime and the security state is going to enforce domestic terror laws that will certainly break our constitutional rights.
In the wake of the January 6 riots at the Capitol, “domestic terrorism” has become the new poster child for expanding the government’s powers at the expense of civil liberties. Of course, “domestic terrorist” is just the latest magic phrase, to be used interchangeably with “anti-government,” “extremist” and “terrorist,” to describe anyone who might fall somewhere on a very broad spectrum of viewpoints that could be considered “dangerous.”
This paints a target on the backs of every American, and you may find yourself breaking laws that you never knew you were breaking.
I have been hearing from a lot of people that we are now like Nazi Germany – others say that we are becoming more like Communist China.
The truth is that we have fallen into despotism and there has been a conspiracy to put us here – and it has been in the planning as far back as just after World War II.
Of all the major actions taken by presidents since 1945, it is surely President Harry Truman‘s decision to sign off on the 1947 National Security Act thereby ‘birthing’ the National Security State, the so-called ‘military-industrial complex’—that has triggered the most unremitting, far-reaching and profound blowback for America, its allies and the rest of the world.
Few would argue that in order to expand, justify and perpetuate its monolithic existence, there’s much to show for the investment of blood and treasure the “complex” has exacted. This to say little of the propaganda, lies, corruption, debasement of the public good, and ‘divide, conquer ‘n rule’ abuse of power and privilege that have long sustained it, or the environmental, social, cultural and economic destruction, geopolitical instability, abject futility and all too human suffering, tragedy and farce that’s been its hallmark.
In 1998, the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Records Interagency Working Group at the behest of Congress, launched what became the largest congressionally mandated, single-subject declassification effort in history. As a result, more than 8.5 million pages of records have been opened to the public under the Nazi War Crimes Disclosure Act and the Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Act. These records include operational files of the Office of Strategic Services, the CIA, the FBI and Army intelligence. IWG issued three reports to Congress between 1999 and 2007.
This information sheds important light and confirms one of the biggest-kept secrets of the Cold War – the CIA’s use of an extensive Nazi spy network to wage a secret campaign against the Soviet Union. This spy network has now expanded in ways that now focus its all-seeing eye on American citizens. It is soon to be expanded with the efforts by the Biden administration to pass new laws against domestic terrorism.
This is an example of the Law of Unintended Consequences hard at work, this decision doesn’t simply tick all the boxes; seventy years later, the ‘gift’ just keeps on giving.
Fifty years ago, on March 8, 1971, a group of eight activists staged one of the most stunning acts of defiance of the Vietnam War era when they broke into an FBI office in Media, Pennsylvania, and stole every document they found. The activists, calling themselves the Citizens’ Commission to Investigate the FBI, began leaking shocking details about FBI abuses to the media. The documents exposed COINTELPRO, the FBI’s secret Counterintelligence Program, a global, clandestine, unconstitutional practice of surveillance, infiltration and disruption of groups engaged in protest, dissent and social change. Targets included Martin Luther King Jr., the Black Panthers, the American Indian Movement, the Young Lords, antiwar groups, Black booksellers and other organizations. The leaked documents triggered congressional investigations, increased oversight and the eventual passage of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. The FBI never knew who was involved in the break-in until 2014, when several of the burglars made their identity public to coincide with the publication of a book about the break-in.
The inescapable reality from this is that there are some extraordinarily powerful people the like of which insist to this day this is the way it should be, with some doubtless seeing it very much how it was always meant to be.
President Barack Obama’s tenure was ample evidence of this prevailing, depressing reality. They will resist by any and all means open to them, attempts by anyone to question or challenge the status quo, much less any serious efforts to reverse its course.
The left will hope that you forget that Donald Trump scaled back America’s commitment to foreign wars, defusing the tensions between Moscow and Washington, developing better relations with key international partners, and curbing the ‘coups and color revolutions’ crowd/
While a thinly held peace was held together by the Trump administration the leftist media was pushing conspiracy theories about Trump being a Russian spy and toasting the successes of murderous dictators.
As much as the left leaning press wants you to believe that Democrats have been on the right side of history — they need to revisit historical moments where plans were being made by the left to create false flag scenarios to justify the use of the military in ways that were unconventional.
In January 1961, the outgoing president of the United States Dwight D Eisenhower delivered his last address and most memorable public utterance. In his much-cited speech, Ike warned us of the dangers of the growing “military-industrial complex”. Now enough of the broad vocabulary and themes of his speech are well known, so there’s no need to expound on it too much.
Suffice to say, though Ike stopped short of acknowledging his own administration’s contribution to its emergence, he nonetheless admitted he’d become very concerned about the growing power of the bourgeoning matrix of relationships between the US Military, Wall Street, Congress, and the private sector security and defense industry apparatus.
In terms of the military-industrial interests, there had to be a demand for their products and there had to be wars or ‘police actions ‘for those products to be bought and sold. Thus, preparation for warfare and some form of warfare had to continue. Mind you, all of these proposed wars had to be done while carefully avoiding a nuclear exchange.
That was a dilemma. However, for those who were making decisions in the background, the new direction was simple: it was merely an old idea made new again. It was the ideal of a dawn of a new age, a world government that would enforce new international and worldwide law with a newly formed militarized police force that would put all of those great war mechanisms to good use.
By 1963, it was proposed that there needed to be a committee that would meet in secret to come up with alternatives to war, without bankrupting the Military Industrial Complex. This was once again part of the 1961 proposal to rein in the Communists and go into an era of peace with them.
This committee consisted of 15 experts in various academic disciplines who were selected for their expertise in their various fields. The first and last meetings were in an underground nuclear survival retreat called Iron Mountain.
1963, of course, was the same year that President John F. Kennedy made an astounding statement. On November 13, while speaking at Columbia University, President Kennedy stated, “The high office of the President of the United States of America has been used to foment a plot to destroy America’s freedom, and before I leave office, I must inform the citizens of their plight!” Ten days later, President John F. Kennedy was shot and killed.
The committee that met in secret were planning ways to continue various plans for war and chaos to destabilize world governments and crash economic stability. The goal was to set the table for a socialist world government.
The Iron Mountain Report was submitted to President Johnson in 1966. Johnson claimed that the plans that were discussed in the report would take a generation and a half to fully implement. The plan was abandoned.
The “Report from Iron Mountain” was leaked to the mainstream press in 1967. It argued that though world peace was a nice idea, the economy of war was such a vital part of global stability that there had to be other crisis that would have to be generated in order to fill the “ceasefires and “peacetime” so that governments could profit and maintain their wealth.
The report was literally a blueprint of proposed manufactured crises that the government could employ during peacetime in order to keep the war and military busy and the people demanding protection from threats. The report claimed that a gradual implementation of such crises would guarantee the need for basic social controls. There are those who believe that the proposals in the report have been employed for over 50 years conditioning the American people for acceptance of a New World Order.
The report detailed ways to create or manufacture crises that could be substitutes for war, literally a way to keep the military in business due to public demand over the fear of being harmed or killed.
The report actually admits that war or crisis is a “general social release.” According to the report:
“It provides ‘the release and redistribution of undifferentiated tensions’. In other words, it is a type of therapy. It is a ‘generational stabilizer’ that enables the “deteriorating older generation” to “maintain control of the younger, destroying it if necessary’. It clears ideology. It is a basis for international understanding. However, there are noted substitutions for war, that when gradually brought into society can have the same effect.”
This is pointed out as a “silent weapon” strategy which in turn creates a form of war that has no exchange of gunfire or bombs. According to the report, one of the silent weapons that a government can use on its people is a complete destabilization of the economy.
“Economic surrogates for war must meet principal criteria. They must be “wasteful,” in the common sense of the word, and they must operate outside the normal supply-demand system.” — Report from Iron Mountain
This leads to a failure of government social programs and could create a social war that has to be kept from escalating by a militarized police force.
The Report from Iron Mountain also proposes that the United States be disarmed, and it will be carried out in three stages. Internal security forces provided by the United Nations will honor and enforce a treaty that will be signed where guns must be surrendered by citizens in order to maintain peace.
In detail—the priority of disarmament comes from the idea that in an economic downturn gun crime will accelerate. Domestic Terrorism from fringe groups like the mob, unions, KKK, and black activist’ groups will set a precedent for disarmament.
One cannot just disarm the populace in a swift action. It must be done in a three-tiered fashion where citizens would hand over their guns willingly—or for the sense of patriotic duty or appropriateness.
According to section 4 of the plan it states:
“We have dealt only sketchily with proposed disarmament scenarios and economic analyses, but the reason for our seemingly casual dismissal of so much serious and sophisticated work lies in no disrespect for its competence. It is rather a question of relevance. To put it plainly, all these programs, however detailed and well developed, are abstractions. The most carefully reasoned disarmament sequence inevitably reads more like the rules of a game or a classroom exercise in logic than like a prognosis of real events in the real world.”
Furthermore we read that “It may now be possible to create a world government in which all nations will be disarmed and disciplined by a world army, a condition which will be called peace. The report says: “The word peace, as we have used it in the following pages, … implies total and general disarmament.”3 Under that scenario, independent nations will no longer exist and governments will not have the capability to wage war. There could be military action by the world army against renegade political subdivisions, but these would be called peace-keeping operations, and soldiers would be called peace keepers. No matter how much property is destroyed or how much blood is spilled, the bullets will be “peaceful” bullets and the bombs – even atomic bombs, if necessary – will be “peaceful” bombs. The report then raises the question of whether there can ever be a suitable substitute for war. What else could the regional governments use – and what could the world government itself use – to legitimize these moves?
They would certainly bring their views into the classroom, they would use media, the nightly news and as last resort encourage the clergy to inform and persuade their congregations to follow the new laws of the land,
However, there is also a section that states that if the religious authorities’ rebel there would have to be a way to expose religious organizations as corrupt and this way there would be no agonizing over the moral obligations of a government to religious freedom. If religion does not comply with the obligations of disarmament then they will be exposed as corrupt and there will be violence between sectarian factions.
The government can also exploit political and religious conflicts between rival religions.
This will create a need to protect those who worship and there will be and should be declarations by various religious authorities to disarm the citizenry.
This is a Hegelian way to disarm the public – exploit mass shootings in relatively safe spaces, create a reason to enforce disarmament, ask for help from the churches — if they do not comply, then exploit violence against the various religions. This will force religious authorities to encourage disarmament.
Today it was reported that a coalition of House and Senate Democrats urged their Republican senators to support a pair of bills that would expand gun background checks.
The bills would mark the most sweeping action on gun control since Democrats won all three branches of government.
Democrats warned their Republican colleagues they could pay a price at the ballot box if they do not support it.
Another way to keep the people caught up in crisis is to feed them with all sorts of doomsday scenarios according to the Iron Mountain Report.
Another alternative to war, and a crisis that could spark a demand for government protection and unity with a World Government would be a manufactured “space menace.”
“It has been hotly argued that such a menace would offer the “last, best hope of peace,“ by uniting mankind against the danger of destruction by “creatures” from other planets or from outer space. Experiments have been proposed to test the credibility of an out-of-our-world invasion threat; it is possible that a few of the more difficult-to-explain “flying saucer” incidents of recent years were, in fact, early experiments of this kind.
If so, they could hardly have been judged encouraging. We anticipate no difficulties in making a “need” for a giant super space program credible for economic purposes, even were there not ample precedent; extending it, for political purposes, to include features unfortunately associated with science fiction would obviously be a more dubious undertaking.”
There are threats that are far more pressing with regard to space anomalies and near earth objects that if detected could be used to urge world governments to work on eliminating the proposed threat.
We recently interviewed Ralph Blumenthal about how the New York Times article that was published in 2017 “Glowing Auras and Black Money” exposed the Pentagon’s Mysterious U.F.O. Program.” This revitalized the importance of defending the earth against a space menace and President Trump has now established another Military branch called “The Space Force.”
Finally, another silent weapon in the quiver for government is an environmental doomsday scenario according to the Iron Mountain Report.
“Nevertheless, an effective political substitute for war would require “alternate enemies,” some of which might seem equally far- fetched in the context of the current war system. It may be, for instance, that gross pollution of the environment can eventually replace the possibility of mass destruction by nuclear weapons as the principal apparent threat to the survival of the species.
Poisoning of the air and of the principal sources of food and water supply, is already well advanced, and at first glance would seem promising in this respect; it constitutes a threat that can be dealt with only through social organization and political power.
But from present indications it will be a generation to a generation and a half before environmental pollution, however severe, will be sufficiently menacing, on a global scale, to offer a possible basis for a solution.”
President Biden has already come under fire by extreme environmentalists for not doing more to reduce carbon emissions to zero. Greta Thunberg says President Biden isn’t doing enough to “treat the climate crisis like a crisis,” accusing him of being “not nearly enough in line with the science” on the issue.
But is unclear as to what she an other extremists want from him.
Biden has rejoined the Paris Climate Accord, named a climate czar, and started to roll back some of former President Donald Trump’s environmental policies.
As you now can see, the Iron Mountain proposals have been implemented and are being used to push us closer to a great reset scenario that as been in the works for many decades.
Keep in mind that both Kennedy and Johnson allegedly knew of the report and several other reports that were submitted as alternatives to war, alternatives that would be manufactured over time. Johnson believed that it would take at least a generation and a half to have full impact on the people.
Statistically, a generation is about 30 years. Add another twenty years of chaos building and you get 50. The new generation would have to be convinced that an alternative form of government would have to be implemented in order to save the planet from scarcity and extinction.
The proposal was first created in 1961. Johnson received in 1966 and the public was aware of the report in 1967.
Proposals of a gradual bankrupting of the system, a three-stage disarming of the world, a manufactured environmental doomsday and the announcement of a “space menace” are all part of our lives today. It has been in our literature, our news stories, and it is deeply rooted in the mass consciousness.
The question is are we really in the brink of extinction or is all of the talk about doomsday events in our future a product of Deep State greenwashing and fabricated threat assessments that are being used as condition tools for a global superstate?
Disarmament, space threats, incurable diseases, scarcity, and Climate disruption were listed as a “basis for a solution for control.”
While many of these threats are very real the exploitation of such threats are effective in moving the transition to world government, inevitable.
What it all boils down to is that according to the technocrats we are our own worst enemy.
No matter what you call it, sustainable development, comprehensive planning, growth management or smart growth; it all boils down to the ideology of Hegel: Problem – Reaction – Solution or Thesis – Antithesis – Synthesis.
It simply thing that those who are behind the problem are the same people who spark a reaction and provide a solution that supports their agenda.
It has taken a generation to program the people in accepting alternative doomsday scenarios as a way of life. At this stage in our history, we are being told that there are deadlines that must be made to achieve a new form a of government that would be very much like the communist platform that was created during the Chinese revolution.
This form of communism has been modified over time, where special blend of technocrats advises leaders on how to proceed into the future. It also puts capitalism on a leash controlled by the few.
The Chinese government has a detailed strategy to overtake the US as the world’s dominant power.
We are now in the second month in what the Chinese call the year of the OX. I mentioned it a few times last month around the time of the Superbowl and how symbolism is a powerful thing. The year of the OX signifies the beginning of the 12-year cycle for China –and as always, the OX has represented the brute force of swiftly moving upon their plan of world domination.
They certainly have had their hands in the great reset as they have declared during the summit of world leaders the plan they wish to gradually implement, plan that was fist inked out by Sha Zukang who has been one of the notorious “planners” at the United Nations for a sustainability framework based on the Chinese Model. This is the Chinese framework that I have spoken of since 2009 as the government of the proposed New World Order.
They want to do this by 2049, the centennial of China’s Communist revolution.
The strategy has been well documented in Chinese literature, published and sanctioned by organizations of the People’s Liberation Army, for well over 50 years.
And just as we have hawks and moderates on China within the US, there are hawks and moderates within China about how to engage the West. Unfortunately, the hawks are ascendant, embodied most clearly in Xi Jinping.
Xi’s vision of the Chinese Communist Party controlling the state and eventually influencing and even controlling the rest of the world is clear. These are not merely words for the consumption of the masses. They are instructions to party members.
Grand dreams of world domination are part and parcel of communist ideologies, going all the way back to Karl Marx. For the Chinese, this blends with the country’s own long history.
It isn’t always clear to Western minds whether they actually believe the rhetoric or simply use it to keep the peasantry in line.
The Chinese have manipulated Western politicians and business leaders into thinking China was evolving toward democracy and capitalism. In fact, the intent was to acquire our capital, technology, and other resources for use in China’s own modernization.
It appears to be working. However, in order for everything to work on schedule, the Iron Mountain report states that an unprecedented crisis that will lead to the biggest wipeout of wealth in history has to be achieved. From there the processes will be retooled to meet the needs of leaders who wish to tighten their grip and build back a better world in their image.