‘In a minute, I’m going to print a stunning 1978 conversation between a US reporter and two members of the Trilateral Commission.
I discovered the conversation in the late 1980s, and ever since then, I’ve been looking at it from various angles, finding new implications. Here, I want to point out that the conversation was public knowledge at the time.
Anyone who was anyone in Washington politics, in media, in think-tanks, had access to it. Understood its meaning. But no one shouted from the rooftops. No one used the conversation to force a scandal. No one in the press protested loudly.
The conversation revealed that the entire basis of the Constitution had been torpedoed, that the people who were running US national policy were agents of an elite shadow group. No question about it.’
‘Overwhelming evidence that we can no longer ignore, or even question any more, points directly out to the fact that – in this plane of existence-, we are being held captive… by a power vastly greater than ours, whose motives and goals may not have exactly considered our well being but rather our usefulness as a food and resources base. Whether we “chose” to come here in order to live out this experience, or were dragged into this realm by our captors, is something our souls will have to determine individually at some point… most likely, after our passing.’
‘It is sometimes hard to know whether those in power adopt a policy of confusion purposely, or through grand design. When it comes to the flawed policy of data retention on a mass scale, a burden that is bound to fall on telecommunications companies, the problem is most acute of all. What is to be kept? What falls within that broad term metadata?’
‘US technology giant IBM has announced development of a computer chip modeled after the architecture of the brain.
The chip hosts a million computational units called “neurons,” each connecting to 256 others, and over 5.4 billion transistors.
It, however, is the size of a postage stamp and consumes 70 milliwatts of power.’
‘Today I would like to return to your awareness an aspect of the Human condition that adheres to the abstract nature of belief. Beliefs come in many shapes and sizes and yet all share something in common— they’re elusive and intangible.
Although we cannot “touch” a belief, it certainly has a way of touching us. Our belief modifies the way we think, how we act and feel. I take my tinfoil hat off to those who invented this system of social order so many moons ago. What a concept indeed. Imagine sitting around a stone-age conference table discussing this idea. I surely would have laughed it off. “You mean you can get people to accept something as truth even if it’s not real? C’mon man. I tell you what’s real— something called fire! Now that’s something you can believe in!”’
‘Many of us are waking up to the fact that the world we live in is being engineered into a nightmare of controlled reality. We see our planet gutted and destroyed before our eyes and there seems no end to the ongoing ecological insanity. We feel outraged when satanic corporations, protected by ‘law’, pollute the earth in pursuit of reckless greed and deranged ‘respected scientists’ test bio weapons on helpless animals.
Many horrific events in this world don’t make sense to sanity…but they do make sense in terms of frequency.’
‘Just north of the DMZ between the two Koreas there is a small modern hamlet which is completely empty; except for those who turn the lights on and off. The sole purpose for this town’s existence is to be psychologically intimidating to those just south of the DMZ; to keep them fearful of imminent attack from the north. It works.
The chaos we see all around us these last few weeks is a very tangible symptom of the dying paradigm, and the psychopathic power elite’s end game strategy; and in a way reminds me of that empty north Korean hamlet because part of the reason for all this chaos is to keep us all in fear. Just remember Fear is an acronym for False Events Appearing Real.’
‘An infirmity once characterizing the past century’s most severe totalitarian regimes has now taken root in Western public discourse and practice, a process akin to Orwellian “double think” acting as a form of de facto censorship preempting consideration of major issues and events. This mindset is obliquely shared by a majority of professional journalists, academics, and public office holders—in short, those who represent and lead public opinion. Their collective publicity of the unsaid preserves and perpetuates existing belief systems and power relations. To be sure, there are self-evident injunctions for those straying from such unspoken protocols, including expulsion from this professional class.’
‘A recent archaeological discovery that throws a wrench into the conventional theory of evolution has reportedly cost a California professor his job. Mark Armitage, a former scientist at California State University, Northridge (CSUN), was reportedly fired after claiming to have unearthed a dinosaur fossil that still contains soft, flexible tissue, suggesting that it can’t be millions of years old.’