Battle of Ideas and Systems - Part 3
Democracy as the Trojan Horse
A 'Battle of Ideas and Systems' is a war of low intensity conflict. Jack Nelson-Pallmeyer defined it this way:
If we in the alternate media understand nothing else, at a minimum, we understand that there is precious little truth to be found in the mainstream media and in our political circles. There are plenty of lies, distortions, misdirection, sensationalism and sheer nonsense, but very little truth. The wasteland of mainstream public discourse begins to make sense in the context of a covert "Battle of Ideas and Systems" that nobody bothered to tell us about - but to which we were all involuntarily conscripted.
Going back to
President Ronald Reagan's speech to the British Parliament in June of 1982,
Reagan proposed the establishment of an independent government agency to
be Command Central for western propaganda and insurgency for export to
eastern bloc countries (allegedly). The
National Endowment for Democracy (NED)
was the agency that was created for that purpose.
NED is a government chartered and funded agency. They receive a relatively small budget so it would seem that they are actually a "pointer" organization. They set or pass through the policies and then "point" at the non-profits (NGO's), Think Tanks and political parties that will carry out the policy (propaganda and actions).
The idea for NED was put forth in the spring of 1982 by William Brock, then U.S. Trade Representative and Chairman of a private organization called the American Political Foundation.
The Democracy Program (large pdf)
So what's wrong with this picture? The President of the National Endowment for Democracy, Carl Gershman was head of the Social Democrats, USA from 1974 to 1980. Social Democrats are socialists - aka communists.
In 1984 at the request of Senator Malcom Wallop, the GAO did a study titled, "Events Leading to the Establishment of the National Endowment for Democracy". Why he requested the study can be inferred from the description of how the legislation for NED was passed. It was slipped in the backdoor after it was rejected through the front door (See Adobe pages 14-15).
Jim Bovard, Independent Researcher, Writer, Activist, wrote this about Gershman and NED's beginning in an article titled, "The National Endowment for Democracy's Forgotten Sordid History" (emphasis added):
An article written by Tom Barry, posted on the Americas Program website had this to say about NED (emphasis added):
"World Movement for Democracy"
So... let me get this straight... the Congress of the United States of America is funding an organization headed up by a socialist, that has all four major sectors of the political arena represented: left political party, right political party, business and labor, organized for the purpose of "spreading democracy" and they are the secretariat for a movement based in New Delhi, India called the "World Movement for Democracy" and they exist to destabilize governments in order to "consolidate emerging democracies". Wow!
What did the NAFTA agreement do for us? How about "consolidate democracies"?
The World Movement for Democracy sounds an awful lot like a movement corresponding to the 'British Commonwealth' which just happens to be headed up by an Indian. History of the Commonwealth. And on the history, take note of the "Free State" reference. Sound familiar? How about the 'Free State Project' in the United States? The 'Free State' project is a libertarian project to massively disrupt the politics of a state by orchestrating an ideological invasion of people to change the politics of a state - to propagandize for the "freedom" to break down the existing social and political order.
As I add up the tally sheet, that makes the libertarians, the soldiers in the war FOR the 'New World Order'. Libertarians are the Pied Pipers who lead the rats to their ultimate demise with the sweet music of "Freedom, Freedom, Freedom" - freedom to sail from the cliff's edge for a glorious few seconds before reality returns with a thud.
And who is it that is promoting the idea of "getting off the grid", getting your food stocks, and congregating with like minded people and setting up systems of barter with your neighbors? Libertarians - and the joke on the majority of them is that the concepts of rural life are very similar to the communist Israeli Kibbutz - except for the communal ownership of property and the "from each..." - but in small rural communities, neighbors do tend to help neighbors so regardless of whether it's spoken or not, that's the effective idea. And if you doubt that, then perhaps it's because you don't know enough history - because in America, history is not taught. (And I include myself in that which is why I'm doing this).
The above sounds pretty outrageous until you recall that in 2007, John McCain was quoted in the Financial Times as saying:
The League of Democracies probably is the American name for the Commonwealth. McCain just used a descriptive name rather than the actual name because American politicians seem to have a problem telling the truth to the American people.
Why would McCain promote such an idea? Because he is Chairman of the Board of the International Republican Institute which is one of the main tentacles of the National Endowment for Democracy and the Commonwealth is probably the International Komintern. When the Soviet Union broke up, they simply became Commonwealth states.
1997 Independent Commonwealth States
Walter Wriston, The Libertarian Banker
Walter Wriston was the CEO of Citigroup and during his era, he was no doubt, one of the most powerful people in the country - and maybe the world. Wriston is the person who gave everybody the freedom to print their own money in the form of a MasterCard thereby setting the debt trap for the peasants. With the magic of the MasterCard, they were no longer confined to the limitation of their meager paychecks (which weren't so meager in hindsight).
|Left to Right: Paul W.
McCracken, Alan Greenspan, President Ronald Reagan, George P. Schultz,
and Walter B. Wriston during a meeting of the Economic Policy Advisory
Board in the Oval Office, ca. 1981
In 1992, following the passage of the
1991 High Performance
Computing and Communications Act, making the Internet available to
the public in preparation for the Technocratic Tyranny in the new
millennium, Wriston wrote a book titled, "Twilight of Sovereignty".
In the preface, he quoted Baruch Spinoza:
If ever there was a delusion in print, that's it. The end of the state is only liberty if you can afford to hire your own army. The sole and total reason that governments form at whatever level they form is because man may not live and act in full security and without injury to himself or his neighbor is because there are always people who will not voluntarily respect the rights of others. And that's just the way it is.