Sunday, October 28, 2007

[micro-control 2] how to recognize it when you see it

This follows the first article in the series here.

I’d like to make it clear that this second article is not intended as “evidence” of any kind and doesn’t touch on that supplied by Anonymous. That comes from the third article onwards.

One needs to be patient.

This here deals, in large part, with one woman’s testimony and stands or falls by that. It excludes all she said which I can’t corroborate from other sources or else is too early to bring in at this point.

It deals, essentially, with the type we’re up against

There is a mentality, a way of operating, of treating others, which characterizes those who are hauling us to a destiny we would not choose for ourselves.

If I use the reference labels “them” and “they”, it’s because theirs is a nebulous way of thinking, shared by many people of a certain societal level, rather than specific individuals – the individual is subordinate in this thing.

Nevertheless, there are certain key characteristics which are always present and permeate everything which they do.

One of my sources for an overview of the mindset is a woman who supposedly escaped the clutches of these people and it’s hardly relevant who she actually is, whether she’s someone’s stooge, an imaginative author or what – she certainly chimes in with what we can see in subsequent articles.

My co-author Anonymous might not be happy that I begin with this, when he is solely concerned with “irrefutable evidence”. I am too but this overview is useful as well to know what to look out for. Plus two more things.

I’ve searched for definitive debunkings of this woman’s words and have yet to find any.

Also, bear in mind that she wrote these things in the mid to late 90s, before what we see today had begun to fully appear to the public eye. The time frame is quite vital because it can be, in no way, 20/20 vision.

Many researchers knew her as Svali. When asked who she was in RL, as distinct from as one of their trainers, she replied:

I am a professional writer in the medical field, was a registered nurse for 18+ years, and currently work as an ESL teacher, health educator, and freelance author.

Interviewed by HJ Springer, Chief Editor CentrExNews.com. 2000, here are some of the things which came from that interview:

Who are they?

The leadership levels include businessmen, bankers, and local community leaders. They are intelligent, well educated, and active in their local churches.


Above local leadership councils are the regional councils, who dictate to the groups below them, help form the policies and agendas for each region, and who interact with the local leadership councils.

At the national level, there are extremely wealthy people who finance these goals and interact with the leaders of other countries.

They have divided the United States up into 7 major regions, and each has a regional council over it, with the heads of the local councils reporting to them. They meet once every two months, and on special occasions.

[They] believe in controlling an area through its:
1. Banks and financial institutions (guess how many sit on banking boards?)
2. Local government: guess how many get elected to local city councils?
3. Law: children are encouraged to go to law school and medical school.
4. Media: others are encouraged to go to journalism school, and members help fund local papers.
People know their status in the group by how far ahead of time they know a meeting date. The lower in the group, the less they are trusted with information, and the less "lag time" before meetings.

These are NOT nice people and they use and manipulate others viciously. They cut their eye teeth on status, power, and money.

An example: my mother was friends with Sid Gottlieb, who was part of the CIA. The farm I grew up on was only about a half hour away from his home in Culpeper, Va. She also knew the Dulles family. A lot of the researchers in the CIA were part of it, and I visited Langley, Va. at intervals growing up.

They are very duplicitous people.

They believe that basically, they are GOOD and doing a good work, even if the means are tough to endure at the time. They are weeding out the weak and unfit, and developing a supreme human being. I know it sounds like hog wash, but they truly, honestly believe this at a core level.

[They] believe that their children are the brightest and best and will be the intellectual elite who will rule over the unintelligent, or "less fit".

They are full of pride, believe they are invulnerable … and that any press about them is the equivalent of a gnat to be swatted. Arrogant people make mistakes, and they are becoming more blatant and open in recent years.

There is a lot of discontent in the ranks, and there would be a mass exodus if the members believed it were really possible to get out (and live).

On world affairs, again remembering that she was taught this in the 80s and wrote of it in the 90s

Russia was never really a threat to us. Marxism was funded by [them], and espoused as a counterbalance to capitalism. [They] believe strongly in balancing opposing forces, in the pull between opposites. They see history as a complex chess game, and they will fund one side, then another, while ultimately out of the chaos and division, they are laughing because they are ultimately beyond political parties.

China will be ranked after the USSR, then the U.S. But a lot of the current U.S. leadership will be in Europe when the change occurs, and many have homes there. They will be "changing nationalities" overnight, as it were. This is the little that I do remember.

I believe it is impossible to win a presidential election in our country today without their backing. The Kennedy family were punished because they tried to disobey them. They were free thinkers, and too hard to "control".

Want to hear the end of the world scenario [as I was taught]?

There will be continued conflict in the Middle East … an economic collapse that will devastate the economy of the US and Europe, much like the great depression.

One reason that our economy continues limping along is the artificial support that the Federal Reserve had given it, manipulating interest rates, etc. But one day, this won't work (or this leverage will be withdrawn on purpose) and the next great depression will hit.

The government will call in its bonds and loans, and credit card debts will be called in. There will be massive bankruptcies nationwide. Europe will stabilize first and then Germany, France and England will have the strongest economies, and will institute, through the UN, an international currency.

Japan will also pull out, although their economy will be weakened.

Peacekeeping forces will be sent out by the UN and local bases to prevent riots. The … people will be asked to make a pledge of loyalty during a time of chaos and financial devastation.

The good news is that if a person is debt-free, owes nothing to the government or credit debt, and can live self sufficiently, they may do better than others. I would invest in gold, not stocks, if I had the income. Gold will once again be the world standard, and dollars will be pretty useless.

On the metaphysical side, they believe

…that their roots go back to the ancient mystery religions of Babylon, Egypt, and Celtic druidism. They have taken what they consider the "best" of each, the foundational practices, and joined them together into a strongly occult discipline…

Hence temples, grand lodges and the like. Hence the giant stone owl at the world leaders’ summer camp in California [see pic here, for example].

There are 12 steps to this [way of operating], also known as "the 12 steps of discipline'.

I don't care if this steps on any toes, it's a fact. The Masonic temple at Alexandria, Virginia (the city itself was named after Alexandria, Egypt, and is a hotbed of … activity) is a center in the Washington, DC area for [their] scholarship and teaching. I was taken there at intervals for testing, to step up a level, for scholarship, and high ceremonies.

[They] also believe their bloodlines have come down from the ancient kings of Egypt.

On symbols

The phoenix is one of their highest, the eagle, red on black, or the reverse, butterflies and rainbow signs, gem stones, the Star of David, believe it or not, earth, water, and fire, a tremendous amount of Greek and Roman mythology, lightning bolts, a head with a computer inside, pyramids …

On why people either don’t know about this or reject it out of hand:

The evidence is there, but in my opinion, the average person does NOT want to know, and even when confronted with it, will look the other way … the MK-Ultra documents that have been declassified, shown as real, and people still ignore it.

But I believe that the media that downplays [it] is feeding into a deep need in the average person to NOT know the reality. In fact, how can a person face the fact of great evil in mankind, unless they have either a strong faith in G-d, or are faced with insurmountable evidence? We as human beings want to believe the BEST of our race, not the worst.

How to stop them:

1. Their arrogance (I think I mentioned this before) is their weakness. These people think they are untouchable, and this could make them careless.

2. If by a miracle, enough people took this SERIOUSLY … and God's guidance, perhaps they could be stopped. I hope so, with all of my heart.

3. Stopping pornography and child prostitution and drug smuggling and gun running would take a huge chunk out of their profits.

4. To be honest, I don't know what could really stop them. I have written about this group to try and expose them, I have gone to the police … I guess each person has to do his best in fighting these people, in the way they feel led to. My skills tend to be in writing, so I am using them.

Anything else?

From my own sources and without attempting to prove any of it at this stage, I’d add:

1. They favour hierarchical structures – though they operate in teams at lower echelons, the hierarchy is still much in evidence in terms of promotional opportunities and “carrots”. To employ Svali’s own words, they:

…are a very political and back stabbing group, a "dog eat dog" mentality; everyone wants to move up…

A person’s natural desire to do well creates an “invitation” scenario. One is invited to write [in our case as authors] for certain publications, one attends the little get-togethers with those above us, the waters are tested as to what a person is prepared to do to move up.

A person who draws the line is applauded outwardly but is actually then marginalized and windows of opportunity now cease to open up as they’d begun to do.

There’s a very “clubby” atmosphere to it all - the “hush power” I’ve referred to before – and it is nice to be recognized, courted, to earn vastly more, to sit in the first class lounge rather than with the plebs. I suppose I felt it most in my times in Frankfurt.

2. They do like symbolism, e.g. the XX in ExxonMobil. Plus some other things:

Look out for muted blues, yellows and pinky reds on their webheaders and in their literature, diffuse colours in a sort of watercolour swirl, accompanied with high sounding bureaucrat-speak which actually comes down to nothing specific, such as “Preparing for Tomorrow Today” and so on.

Look out for colour coding, especially people who colour code their sections or folders [or even blogrolls].

Look out for images which are happy and loving up front, show men, women and sometimes infants in happy poses but then in the text are quite relativist and morally equivalent, devoid of specific aims.

There was a cogent example of this with one of our own Blogpowerers in a post last week – beautiful rhetoric, punctuated with photo-images to reinforce it but hollow in substance when analysed and in its values, equivalent and relative in the extreme.

Tied in with this is the absolutely naff banner or logo design which a schoolkid could have come up with here [now relegated to the bottom of the page after severe criticism]. Here is another example. Think for one moment about the mindset which both came up with and approved those logos - that's quite some mind to entrust your future to.

PCism [an example is here and another particularly egregious example is here] is also part of this – with vague ideas of tolerance and love for oppressed minorities but moving down channels proponents often don’t foresee and with ways of legislating what they want into existence, whilst firmly believing it’s all for the benefit of society.

Look out for poor navigation on sites and in publications and things left unexplained, e.g. just what Common Purpose really means. When you follow the links in what initially seems good navigation, they always end up curtailed, speaking of “graduates” without actually specifying the nature of the training, the curriculum or from whence the teaching staff is derived.

There is never any explicit statement of purpose except, say, “beyond authority”. It’s biz-speak in its worst form and it’s not designed for such as me or maybe you – it’s designed for the young hopeful who wants to move up in the world and is happy to accept the slick presentation, elegant colours and platitudes without seriously questioning their source nor where they lead.

There is a certain type of punter who laps that type of thing up because it appeals to something deep inside.

Horses for courses – what appeals to young women in a woman’s magazine is stated differently with, say, Second Life. There it is the “power of cyber-possibility” which appeals, young avatars and slick graphics, the “wow” factor.

There is absolutely nothing new in this. Agatha Christie’s Inspector Grant said, in N or M [1941]:

It appeals to something in man, some desire or lust for power.

The next part of that quote is relevant to the next point.

3. Loyalty is a fluid concept with them, [what I call the “Sutherland mndset”, especially in respect to nationalism and patriotism. These are people without nations, loyal to a higher good. Christie’s quote continues:

These people were ready to betray their country, not for money but in some sort of megalomaniacal pride in what they, they themselves, were going to achieve for that country. In every land it has been the same.

4. They’re quite militaristic, favouring quasi-military solutions for perceived problems in the public sphere. It’s very much part of their persona to favour checkpoints, surveillance, armed paramilitary police instead of the friendly neighbourhood bobby and always that hierarchical model, as distinct from an occupation and task oriented structure.

5. Their propaganda is both soft and hard, the hard following the tried and tested pseudo-Hegelian derivative - here are some instructions:
a. over decades, by means of stacking positions of power in every field with like-minded people - undermine the ability of the organs of state to respond;
b. create a crisis when the time’s right;
c. identify the enemy who caused this outrage and his hangers on and apologists [lumping in one’s own opponents here];
d. allow the undermined and atrophied organs of state to fail to respond adequately;
e. await the public rumblings then outcry, the flames of which you yourself have fanned with occasional well-timed statements;
f. step up with a pre-groomed messiah, e.g. Tony Blair in ‘92, who speaks vague words of great sense and is possessed of a great sense of energy and enthusiasm;
g. mission complete.
Why?

Meaning why is it all going on? Why can’t people just enjoy the pleasure of a productive working week, repartee, the conviviality of the pub and a quiet smoke, the Sunday lunch and drive, holidays and so on? Where is the necessity for crisis?

Ask the ghost of Nietzsche. Ask Ian Hay, who in The First Hundred Thousand, in 1915, wrote:

War is hell, and all that, but it has a good deal to recommend it. It wipes out all the small nuisances of peace-time.

Such as not having your son’s body riddled with bullets as he lies face down in the mud, I suppose, Mr. Hay. Like not having to live on rations and in a state of constant fear. To which Hay might reply:

Well, at least it’s better than living in debt as a virtual pauper, as the government lurches from crisis to crisis.

But this is that old Inversion and Deception again, Mr. Hay, that old chestnut. There would be no recession and depression in the first place if people’s greed and ambition had not caused them to eat of the Deadly Nightshade and be poisoned by its hallucinogens.

The whole purpose of those societal ills in the first place was to set the scene for the real money-spinner – war.

And to sentient beings who think and feel and have a moral framework? They go the way of all things, like the entire intelligentsia in Stalin’s USSR.

Like the blogosphere.

In part 3, we get down to the nitty gritty of 2007 and beyond.



Notes
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 5
Part 6
Part 7

8 comments:

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

I don't know what to say but I'm frightened! What an enormous amount of work has gone into this, James.

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

Ps: Do you think you should sungle out a BP post in this way? I mean, I don't see why you can't, but if it's the one I think it is, I thought it was great. Don't you think your own strongly held Christian beliefs are swaying your judgement here?

Sir James Curmudgeon said...

Welsh, I could also say that you've seroed in on one tiny aspect of the whole post. :)

Thanks.

jmb said...

Still reading, no comment.

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

True, but I'm still digesting the rest, which, believe me, I am taking very seriously.

Anonymous said...

Hope this is not too O/T
James, for your information, you may find it interesting.


In 2000, Louise Christian was a geologist from Dallas. He retired years ago from Mobil where he assessed new international ventures. He has full, intimate knowledge of the geology of the middle east., a unique qualification for a second career in exploration consultancy and map making. He sold maps of the region to Shell, ExxonMobil, Saudi Aramco. He also provided info to the United States Geological Survey of Iraq.

Existing maps of Iraq, after years of political isolation, were inadequate. Christians new, large scale maps formed the basis for USGS computer model of Iraq’s petroleum geology, that concluded that 45bn barrels of oil remained to be discovered.

In 2001, Christian was asked by USGS to produce larger scale, more detailed maps of Iraq.
Subsequently, in 2005, un-named sources confirmed that the maps produced were part funded by the CIA, who were probably the recipients of the maps.

Several other “retired” oilmen regularly advise the CIA, particularly during the first gulf war, and currently. Many in the industry have a low opinion of USGS accuracy in resource estimates. They say the CIA would have been less interested in the USGS conclusions, than in the raw data. “The CIA has a small department of experts who know more about fossil fuels than the whole US Department of energy put together. They have done detailed, in house reservoir studies, for many, many major oilfields around the world, to help the US be prepared for the day when demand exceeds supply”.

In late 2004, Louis Christian was called by USGS and asked if he could prepare geological maps of Iran. In Jan, 2005, 2 months after Christian received the Iran maps request, the US journalist Seymour Hersch reported that US special forces had been reconnoitering targets in Iran since the summer of 2004.

Iran is fully aware of US intentions.

This is the reason (IMHO) for Iranian activities in Iraq, to slow the US, and also the frantic attempts to acquire nuclear technology, and the financing of terrorists throughout the ME.

Anonymous said...

It is also the reason for Russian proliferation and proxy creation, (they want the US market)and also the reason China is turning a blind eye to North Korean nuclear supplies of technology and parts to both Iran and Syria.(the Chinese want Iranian oil and gas - lots already contracted)

Sir James Curmudgeon said...

Can't find an argument against this scenario.Thanks.