posted on Feb, 9 2004 @ 11:42 AM
New World Order
The implementation of the plan to institute a unified world government is in its beginning stages, however, the plan itself is, I believe, clearly
formulated. There have been in place measures of ensuring success of the plan for decades. The use of technology, combined with a greater
understanding of human nature and psychology have been exploited to decrease the likelihood of failure once the final transition takes place.
The fundamental justification for the need of the powers that be to enact decree of world unification is based on the premise that the general
populace has not the ability nor the inclination to conduct itself in a manner conducive to mutual harmony. On this point, I can generally agree,
however the steps that will be required to complete the transition to consolidated control will be met with strife and conflict on a global scale.
Some of the control measures that have been taken to mitigate risk of a high degree of opposition against the new paradigm are the same types of
apathy inducing control techniques that will ensure a docile, willing populace after the new world order is emplaced.
One is dependence upon government. For example, one could imagine what would happen in America today if we were to lose electricity for 30 days.
What about a year? Without the skills and knowledge that would be required to survive without electricity, the population would be largely reduced to
a primitive society of scavengers. Tribes would form on the principle of safety in numbers as the eventuality of the scarcity of resources became
apparent, and skirmishes for food, and fuel would culminate in total anarchy. You see, American society couldn’t realistically function were it not
for state and federal government bureaucracy ensuring that this secondary, but basic need were met on a day to day basis.
Another is dependence on material. Our creature comforts and the convenience and promptness by which they are attained is a founding principle of
contemporary American society. Make no mistake, this is not an accident. Advertisement of goods, their constant availability, and relatively low
cost over time has caused us to become addicted to them to the point that many of us would be willing concede our rights of freedom to continue their
procurement. Assured ability to do so would be a great factor in maintaining the compliance of populace to the whims of the World Order.
Other factors, such as the greatly increased dependence of affluent societies upon anti-depressant prescription drugs, the near ubiquitous
introduction of chemical compounds into the water supply (for example, fluoride, which coincidentally is the main active ingredient in FLOUxetine
Hydrochloride, more commonly known as Prozac), and the obsessive need for passive forms of entertainment such as television and music, all pose a fear
of loss factor that will be instrumental in the coercion of many into the New Way.
There are tests the powers that be are using to gauge our reaction to crisis. It is important for them to know the types of calamity to which we can
adjust or tolerate, and those we cannot. It is important because their success will depend on efficiency of their movement and the conservation of
their limited resources, human and materiel. Any passive measures they can exploit to their advantage, they will. What comes to mind is the two
recent power failures in southern California and the northeast. The former, caused by misguided and sophomoric attempt at manipulation of a complex
market structure, and the latter, apparently the result of a technical failure, both lead to the same result, but with varied reaction of the people
based on the causes. I do not conclude that these events were actually contrived in order to gauge response, something akin to a focus group, but
nonetheless, the cause and effect relationship between the people and their environment do not go without notice, and the reactions are examined with
scrutiny and purpose at all times.
Another trend not so obvious, but undeniably apparent, is the scourge of plague and famine which afflicts those fractions of the world population who
traditionally are considered undesirable or unproductive - especially by those whom many believe to be the architects of power. Many speculate
certain diseases were engineered and introduced with the intent to eliminate or reducing populations selectively. If true, I would consider such a
policy shortsighted, as greater genetic diversity is instrumental in the selective process of evolution and ensures higher probability of survival
and propensity of species.
All these factors are designed to increase the efficiency of the transition. The powers that be understand fully that there will be a great many of
us that will not be immediately ready to assimilate. Many they will deem too rebellious to the cause, and they will be eliminated. Others
(especially those with useful skills) who don’t agree, they will exact effort upon to re-educate and reprogram as to the necessity, efficiency, and
beauty of the Unification.
We all may as well decide for ourselves now whether it would be worth it to comply, or rather resist - and fight for our continued ability to
distrust, question, and deny our leadership its power over us. But then, what do I know?
[Edited on 9-2-2004 by DeltaChaos]