If you’re investigating a scam or an agenda and you come up with, hypothetically, contributory factors 1 – 5, you can’t then go and say, “Ignore factor 2 because it’s left-field and ignore factor 4 because it’s historic and consequently of little interest to modern readers.” *
Take James Delingpole‘s exposure of the worthy Lord Oxburgh and “GLOBE (Global Legislators for a Balanced Environment) International which has co-opted leading parliamentarians from the main parties in both the Commons and the Lords into advancing the AGW agenda.” [H/T Cassandra]
A number of things are said about that, including:
GLOBE is very much the kind of body that likes to do things on the sly. Its Memorandum of Incorporation includes this revealing snippet about its purposes: “To provide a forum for ideas and proposals to be floated in confidence and without the attention of an international spotlight.”
One insider has described Oxburgh’s appointment to lead this supposedly neutral investigation into Climategate as “like putting Dracula in charge of a blood bank.”
Lord Oxburgh, recently appointed … on the Royal Society’s recommendation …
Now just take that last one – the Royal Society. I’m about to leap in and show the very murky antecedents of the so-called august body the Royal Society but what’s this? Two fearlessly intrepid pundits of our own ilk, people whom you can’t pull the wool over the eyes of, good friends of mine, caution your humble blogger:
James, you are on a rich vein of corruption here … Don’t dilute the current exposure potential by referring to conspiracies that did occur hundreds of years ago. Stick with current happenings, heaven knows, they are enough.
I agree with xxxl, focus on the current corruptions. People need to see what is going on now and know that it is wrong and that there is still a chance to change it.
Right then, worthy friends, my hands are tied and I’m not allowed to show the connection from the past which makes it as clear as day WHY these global scams keep occurring, why they manifest themselves the way they do, why there is an almost messianic element to the diatribes and a lack of any high moral value in either the way they operate or in their agenda.
You, the reader, can ONLY understand these things by looking at the historical antecedents, mind wide-open and ready to accept the evidence of your eyes, however personally unpalatable and to say that you can change something by focusing only on the here and now and not on the root cause is the same as saying “treat the current symptom, not the root cause”.
It don’t work, mateys, with the very greatest respect for my two inimitable friends. Isn’t it a relief then that I never was any good in the obedience department?
Royal Society snippets
# Robert Boyle, the English scientist responsible for founding the Royal Society, based on Bacon’s concept of the Invisible College”. [article on the Rosicrucians]
# John Maynard Keynes, for example, opined that “Newton was not the first of the age of reason, he was the last of the magicians.”
# The English Crown, also fearing the potential devaluation of gold, should The Philosopher’s Stone actually be discovered, made penalties for alchemy very severe. In some cases the punishment for unsanctioned alchemy would include the public hanging of an offender on a gilded scaffold while adorned with tinsel and other items. [Nova: Newton’s Dark Secrets. (2005)]
# In addition to scripture, Newton also relied upon various ancient and contemporary sources while studying the temple. He believed that many ancient sources were endowed with sacred wisdom and that the proportions of many of their temples were in themselves sacred. [Ibid]
# Regardless of his own membership status, Newton was a known associate of many individuals who themselves have often been labeled as members of various esoteric groups. It is unclear if these associations were a result of being a well established and prominently publicized scholar, an early member and sitting President of The Royal Society (1703-1727), a prominent figure of State and Master of the Mint, a recognized Knight, or if Newton actually sought active membership within these esoteric organizations himself. [Wiki]
# The Invisible College was a precursor to the Royal Society of the United Kingdom. In its turn the “Hartlibians”, a circle of people around Samuel Hartlib, were the precursors to the Invisible College … In earlier times the term also included certain Hegelian aspects of secret societies and occultism. [Wiki]
# One distinguishing feature of the Hartlib Circle was its tolerance of hermetic ideas; Hartlib himself had an interest in sigils and astrology. [Keith Thomas, Religion and the Decline of Magic (1971), p. 270 and p. 346.]
# Lomas is anxious to establish that the Royal Society for the Advancement of Learning was founded largely by (Jacobite) Masons. His arguments are a little stretched, but by and large persuasive. Along the way there are some great tidbits about Oliver Cromwell and the Restoration, especially about Charles II and the major Scotsmen of the era.
Also, the very last part of the book does a plausible job of linking Masonic “philosophy” with the naissance of “scientific thinking.” Finally, the last chapter has an excellent summary of what freemasonry is really about. As Masonic history it does a good job of pushing the origins back to about 1500 A.D. [Joseph G. Wick]
# He was elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry in 1988. As an ardent Theosophist, Dr Arnikar has tried to evaluate Occult Chemistry from the point of modern science. He is also the author of Essentials of Nuclear Chemistry and Isotopes in the Atomic Age (both Wiley Eastern). [About H. J. Arnikar, Professor Emeritus in Chemistry in the University of Pune]
Look, I could go on and on and on for pages and pages, with references to these two major points:
1. To present the Royal Society as a neutral, values-free, purely “scientific” society is to ignore the sheer weight of evidence;
2. All major movements at elite level have a religious component – it’s just not the religion which you or I might think of.
The green movement’s major players come out with this sort of guff:
# They’re all at Davos. These aren’t terrorists. They’re world leaders. ‘They have positioned themselves in the world’s commodity and stock markets. They’ve engineered a panic, using their access to stock exchanges and computers and gold supplies. They jam the gears. [Daniel Wood interview, 1990, with Maurice Strong]
# The Shamballa force is in reality Life itself; and Life is a loving synthesis in action. We also used the Six Laws and Principles of the New Age to lead us towards creating a vision of how these principles might create patterns for the New Civilization humanity will be constructing over the next 2500 years. [Gordon Davidson and Corrine McLaughlin, who set up the WSI in Washington, D.C. in 1995 were also instrumental in setting up the Valdez Principles, committing corporate America to the Gorean Eco principles now in vogue today.]
Now this is what is being ignored by the vast majority and all sorts of mental leaps are going on. People will look at the quotes above on the [allegedly] fruit cake Royal Society and accuse me of being left-field, when I’m just the one bringing their own nuttiness into the open.
The so-called “rationalists” – those poor sods who continue to pursue this modern “dial-in” scientific hoo-hah and say things like: “Well, I only believe what I can see or what is “scientifically proven” and anyway, I don’t believe in religion” – these are the meat which bodies like the Royal Society feed on and the bottom line is simple – they say there is NO metaphysical, it ain’t scientific.
Well, if that were so, if it were really as they tell the world, then their own occult religious connections, the behind-the-scenes religious studies of the very people behind these so-called “scientific” societies, such as GLOBE and the Royal Society would reject all they are doing in the arcane, occult world, they’d reject it outright.
So, why don’t they?
You’ve already read climate change pundits calling this the new “climate change religion”. Yes, yes and yes – that is precisely what it is, a hidden religion and the word for “hidden” is “arcane”. Ask any Mason above the 3rd degree.
What these international bodies are doing is following this dictum:
1. We secretly follow our own esoteric knowledge, a one world religion steeped in the occult and we are legion;
2. Christianity is the single greatest threat because it is based on principles of kindness, hope, redemption, nation, family, loyalty and other primitive notions which directly contradict our search for Enlightenment, Illumination;
3. We therefore obscure the real target by including it in the whole metaphysical world, which we teach is bunkum – we teach that only physical laws are applicable to man [laws determined by us] and on cost grounds, we gradually stop true empirical enquiry;
4. We set up bodies of arbitration on this, e.g. the Royal Society and monitor who can and cannot post in the journals, we institutionalize these societies and give them the Royal moniker;
5. We raise whole generations in faux science, including climate science, it is the only “science” taught in schools [real science disappears from schools] and those questioning this are straw-man labelled, ridiculed and marginalized;
6. We therefore frame the debate, the language of the debate and who can participate in it, we control the media through which it can be disseminated and we follow the Jesuit dictum of getting them young and brainwashing them so that they are impervious to any other ideas;
7. Those still hanging on to the “old ways” die off as the result of natural attrition and the more pesky get bumped off [allegedly David Kelly, for example], all opposition is removed, the world now Onethinks and away we go with the real agenda.
That’s the state of play but horror of horrors, largely through the Gorean Eco Climate Scam, faux science is now beginning to be questioned worldwide, at all levels of society. Good old James Delingpole on this. Though he’s not fully aware what he’s actually debunking, it’s coming out anyway now and all strength to your drinking arm, sir.
And to you, good reader, so ready and willing to believe, on the Climategate issue, that science is being used for political ends, are you also willing to accept that science was and is being used by bodies such as the Royal Society, also for political ends? No one is saying that there aren’t scientific truths and physical laws – there are – but using these for political ends is another question again.
Are you willing to uncritically accept a scientific “truth” told you by an Invisible College, for goodness sake? As this blogger wrote last evening, “I love science,” but by that he meant Real Science.
* There is a phenomenon I call The Holcombe Syndrome and it comes from the Perry Mason novel The Purloined Parrot:
Perry Mason, advocate, had just finished pointing out an anomaly in Sergeant Holcombe’s evidence in a murder trial and now asked, ‘Does that seem logical to you?’
Sergeant Holcombe hesitated a moment, then said, ‘Well, that’s one of those little things. That doesn’t cut so much ice. Lots of times you’ll find little things which are more or less inconsistent with the general interpretation of evidence.’
‘I see,’ Mason said. ‘And when you encounter such little things, what do you do, Sergeant?’
‘You just ignore ’em,’ said Holcombe.
‘And how many such things have you ignored, Sergeant, in reaching your [current] conclusion?’
To ignore evidence because it doesn’t fit into a preconceived, comfortable area in one’s mind is The Holcombe Syndrome. In Book Two of my trilogy, there is an erroneous conclusion reached, due to ignoring some vital antecedents, not investigating through to the end:
‘No,’ said Hugh. ‘Exactly the opposite. You know the saying, ‘You’ll know them by their fruits?’ Each little anomaly, on its own, is indicative but not conclusive. But when several anomalies are combined, then that’s danger.’
‘So, why didn’t you pick her?’ persisted Nadine.
‘Because I observed and yet dismissed what I saw.’
‘Analogy – how would you describe the way I drive, Genie?’
‘And so my road accident would not have surprised you?’
‘And yet, a glance at my driving record would show that I’ve had two accidents in my history – both involving people walking onto the road straight into my car, which means I was going too slowly for them to hear me.’
‘Why haven’t I had any other accidents?’
‘Because I trust absolutely no one. I would never ride a white line or go near other cars – they’re all idiots. So that night was out of character, unless I’d gone out of my mind.’
‘The danger is in looking at only, say, 80% of the story, when the last 20% alters the picture significantly.’
‘Why didn’t I pick up on Emmeline and Alana earlier?’
‘Firstly, they were designed to get past your guard. Secondly, your own antennae weren’t picking up clear signals due to your own troubles and that was factored in – to make you less effective. Thirdly, those girls were only bit players, on the peripherique. And there is a fourth point.’
‘Sometimes we’re blinded by close association with people. On the grounds that we’ve been working with them for a long time and that they appear to be our kind of people, we make the logical jump that they are, therefore, good people. We don’t really know that – we don’t know who has what hold over them. Are they more likely to betray that or to conceal it?’
May I humbly submit here, either Lord Oxburgh or Kim Philby?