Sackerson has written what I consider to be an important post because it is a considered response to what he sees about him, free at last from the natural scepticism of the typical economic thinker whose daily life is concerned with the nuts and bolts of daily markets and projections – many of these chaps are represented in my blogrolls.
Recognizing how his post would go down with the average Cityite, Sackers is apologetic for writing the truth:
I’m putting these links onto Bearwatch because they’re too hot to include on the Broad Oak Blog, where I try to maintain a cooler view of the economy and investment.
As for yours truly, I’m perfectly happy to accept that, as I come from a more freewheeling fictional literary tradition than him which, of late, has become more a researcher’s and archivist’s mindset, then the financial sector is not going to accept the world economic view presented on my blog here, particularly when I employ the term “Them” to describe those who are committed to the alteration of society along economic lines.
However, there are certain things which simply cannot be ignored these days, no matter how committed one is to the maxim: “I don’t do conspiracy theory.”
I came upon that link from a comment on this blog, which foresees a new feudalism that begins by victimising the poor and goes on to terrorise the middle class. Again, as we slide into accepting permanent structural unemployment, I begin to doubt the continuance of democracy as I grew up knowing it.
This is positive, all the more so because it comes from an originally sceptical mindset and that’s reflected in this comment:
More than once I have quietly challenged James Higham on his “Them” conspiracy theory, but that was to see if he really could prove the links. Perhaps such proof is impossible, just as (thanks to the careful exclusion of fussily minuting civil servants) it is impossible to know exactly what was said by whom at Tony Blair’s sofa-style inner Cabinet meetings.
All I can add is that “Them” has been an unfortunate term to employ because it suggests a general commitment to a destructive federalist idea at all strata of all societies and that there is top-down control of this vast army of communists/communitarians, with universal discipline shown within the ranks.
That is not how it is at all. There are a lot of self-interested people, the ones at the top getting their ideas put into practice; they are, like all ambitious people and as Agatha Christie noted, at each others’ throats for preeminence and they, to varying degrees, subscribe to a world view which is not wholly precise in its fine detail. Thus a Norman Geras, say, a Common Purpose graduate and a Club of Rome bigwig are all going to roughly subscribe to the general thrust of the rearrangement of society, whilst the level of actual collusion between them is in the realms of speculation and therefore finds no place on this blog.
Genesis of suspicion
I took a nationalistic view of the world for most of my life – so America does this, Germany does that and the communist party tries to infiltrate society – which became a more conservative versus left-liberal view for some time, enabling the enemy to be seen as Labour and the heroes the Tories but it just didn’t gel and with the advent of googling, this opened up vast tracts to explore and what was thrown up was disquietening, to say the least.
For it suggested that there was, if not collusion, at least a less than honest position which those of the corporate world had taken, leading up to key events in modern history. I’m referring here to American corporations funding Trotsky and Lenin and in WW2, funding German corporations until quite late in the game. The further one researched, the more certain names kept cropping up and one of those more recent names was the Club of Rome which Ted Heath was behind.
Thanks to IPJ, I’m able to put here some text which illustrates what I’m getting at. In The First Global Revolution, a report by the Council of the Club of Rome, 1991, self-published by the club, two authors, Alexander King and Bertrand Schneider, amongst other things, wrote:
“It would seem that men and women need a common motivation, namely a common adversary, to organize and act together in the vacuum such as motivation seemed to have ceased to exist or have yet to be found. The need for enemies seems to be a common historical factor…
Bring the divided nation together to face an outside enemy, either a real one or else one invented for the purpose…
Democracy will be made to seem responsible for the lagging economy, the scarcity and uncertainties. The very concept of democracy could then be brought into question and allow for the seizure of power by extremists of one brand or the other…
In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill. The real enemy [of the elites and their minions] then is humanity itself.”
I don’t know how much clearer that could be. In the Club of Rome publication “RIO: Reshaping the International Order, 1976, the following appears [thanks, Ian]:
Reshaping the International Order – Part 1
“The establishment of a New International Economic Order entails fundamental changes in political, social, cultural and other aspects of society, changes which would bring about a New International Order.” – RIO: Reshaping the International Order, 1976 (p5)
Reshaping the International Order – Part 2
“Among the instruments of implementation at the international level, I attach the highest priority to the introduction of international taxation and the establishment of an international central bank.” – Mahbub ul Haq, Director of Policy Planning World Bank (1970-1982) and RIO Member (p321)
Reshaping the International Order – Part 3
“The achievement of this global planning and management system calls for the conscious transfer of power – a gradual transfer to be sure – from the nation State to the world organization. Only when this transfer takes place can the organization become effective and purposeful.” – RIO: Reshaping the International Order, 1976 (p185)
… and there’s much more. If you can’t follow those links, then these are they in the original:
Right, let’s pause for a moment and address the contention that this is just a lot of Utopian thinking by a bunch of kooks, that such thinking will always be around. Yes it will but what makes it significant in this case is:
1. The players – Al Gore, Jimmy Carter, Bill Gates, George Soros, Ted Heath and author of the Kyoto Protocols Maurice Strong, before we even get onto Gordon Davidson and Corrine McLaughlin, who set up the WSI in Washington, D.C. in 1995 and who were also instrumental in setting up the Valdez Principles, committing corporate America to the Gorean Eco principles, which is now the global climate scam.
The people involved in all this are the very movers and shakers who are determining global and national policy across the western world.
2. The nature of their mindset. Here is the type of thing Strong, Davidson and McLaughlin come out with:
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.
Remember, the people involved in all this are the very movers and shakers who are determining global and national policy across the western world.
3. Corroboration of the whole globalist, one world notion from so many sources, take your pick:
In July 1948, Sir Harold Butler, in the CFR’s “Foreign Affairs,” saw “a New World Order” taking shape: “How far can the life of nations, which for centuries have thought of themselves as distinct and unique, be merged with the life of other nations? How far are they prepared to sacrifice a part of their sovereignty [my underlining], without which there can be no effective economic or political union?”
On February 7th, 1950, financier and CFR member James Warburg told a Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee: “We shall have world government whether or not you like it – by conquest or consent.”
Check it out. In fact, so many organizations today have antecedents which the average person just is not aware of, e.g.:
In 1932, “Plan for Peace” by American Birth Control League founder Margaret Sanger was published. She called for coercive sterilization, mandatory segregation, and rehabilitative concentration camps for all “dysgenic stocks,” including Blacks, Hispanics, American Indians and Catholics. The American Birth Control League eventually became Planned Parenthood, promoter and provider of abortion services.
Check it out. I’ve already written about the Lincoln School, funded by Rockefeller, which coerced curriculum planning and research by means of research funding over a period of decades.
More recently, our own gallant leader, Gordo, showed that he was very much part of the “fleece the poor and middle-class to fund the banks” scam:
Addressing the G20 summit, Brown said it was not acceptable that banking success was reaped by the few but failure was “borne by all of us”. He said a fund for future bank bailouts should be set up, possibly paid for by a tax on banking transactions.
What is all the more galling with this man is that he claimed that the cost was borne by us all, including himself. The effing liar – what effing chutzpah to think he could get away with that.
Drawing it together
Just how much proof is needed to show that there is a global plan in operation which, except in the fine detail, is very much consistent and alike in its wording, whichever western nation it is found in? Even Julia Gillard, the coup d’etat victor in Australia is coming out with the same guff and being castigated for it already, which does not excuse Howard who was just as guilty himself.
The battle lines have nothing to do with party politics – a sop to the easily distracted. The battle lines are between the statists and globalists in one corner of the triangle, the radical Muslims in another and us in the third.
That’s what’s going down.