1. What actually goes on
The Z Man wrote [quoted in the first post of the day today], writing on the left or if you like today – the neocon globalist:
This also manifests itself in the inclination toward undermining organizations seen as a challenge, often by infiltrating and co-opting them. When an institution flips to their ideological camp, it is seen as validation.
Picture a scenario where the same people will rule, no matter what happens. The only variation is how the Official Leader gets there. Wolfie wrote:
I warned my Pro-Trump wife that this was where we were headed, exactly the same place as if HRC had been elected. We weren’t going to get freedom via the ballot box, that would be far too easy.
Ken Craggs wrote on Donald Trump: A Rothschild Puppet:
2. Scenarios to power
That’s the most extreme scenario but there are plenty of stages before that. One is to surround the person [victim?] with the wrong people. James Wilson wrote, on Trump:
Gorelick is the family lawyer, and it. does. not. get. worse than that.
You don’t replace the victim, you doctor him, engineer him. Please see posts passim on Manchurians, the worldwide psychiatric old boys community and MK Ultra:
Even at the seemingly democratic level, the process of selecting compliant, malleable, ambitious PPRs, susceptible to corruption and essentially weak people sometimes needs intervention – Cameron did that in 2010, ensuring parachutee candidates.
Take your pick of any article around the web:
Influencing public opinion
How about the Yes Minister example for a start?
Or the old standby at my last blog:
That one’s packed with links to articles on how they go about it, mentioning Demos and Common Purpose.
There’s no need to go into, is there, the way the left hijacks language to make a word mean other than what it always meant? That’s been covered by countless bloggers of a good sort.
The fear and catastrophe cudgel
Create a fiat system of money where banks have already defaulted by their own rules and the favoured are bailed out – that’s been documented since at least 1857:
The financial crash is not in the least what the fake media say, it’s what Carney’s masters wish him to do. When they say pull the plug, it will be pulled and not before that, no matter what the ‘indicators’ are.
Last night I saw a comment on the FT by Arron Banks – about that rag no one reads any more. Have you ever explored Carney’s antecedents? You’ll find Warburg among them. Don’t know Warburg? See the Creature from Jeckyl Island.
3. What is done to us
Distant Relative wrote, quoting me:
“……declining ability to process information, something I’ve noticed with my input and subsequent output, with errors creeping in where once there were just the occasional.”
Fluoride does that.
He quotes from an article, which ends:
After using iodine for years and seeing the deep changes that can happen as a result of using it, I have no doubt about what Charles Perkins said. Using a toxin like fluoride, is the perfect warfare strategy. According to Dr. Arturo Casadevall, author of the article The future of biological warfare found here: “Given the human track record for conflict and the potential power of biological warfare we are led to the sad conclusion that biological warfare has a future, and that society must prepare for the eventuality that it will be used again by either nations or individuals.”
I am currently on fluoride toothpaste, ordered by my dentist.
There was an article in the Melbourne Age decades ago, long since gone, on “These Sick Men Who Govern Us”, a pretty neat piece of research and not necessarily speaking of induced illness which the above quote is about. It went through world leaders and listed their illnesses, chronic and those developed.
Here is a more recent article on a similar theme:
Now we’ve already looked at the incompetence and corruption of the preselection process which gets deadheads into power – what if a key factor in that is their illness? No illness? Create one or exacerbate one already there.
James Wilson wrote above about the family lawyer. OK, that’s the family lawyer, now – how about the family doctor?
4. It’s not even the figurehead who rules
We know the Woodrow Wilson quote, accessible here:
Add to that the Svali quote [from 2000 on Centrex News, Toronto]:
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.
5. What the individual can do in the face of all this
At the temporal level, Svali again:
Doesn’t sound pleasant, does it? I don’t know the exact time frame for all of this, and wouldn’t want to even guess. 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.
At the spiritual level, she says you can do worse than become Christian. But what’s this we see in the news right now?
And of course, most of those reading this post, particularly fellow-bloggers, maintain their silence on this, as the feminazis do on Islam rapes and murders, plus FGM. There’s a pastor worth reading about – he’s called Niemoeller. Oh and Julia wrote of crocodiles the other day [oops, just realized this is an upcoming post – as you were].
There are two levels on which this route is useful – the personal, which I shan’t get into because I’d be proselytizing now, wouldn’t I?
There is another level which many are looking at with regard to the alternative – the Caliphate – and that suggests a Reconquista, a new Crusades to reassert Christendom. Quite like that – let’s start with the Hagia Sophia in Constantinople.
6. Last word
Coming back to Svali again, she suggests they can be beaten – this is a long quote and please bear in mind it was spoken on a radio programme in Toronto in 2000. I know it has to have been before 2003 because that was when I accessed it:
They are ruthless, ambitious, and will not stop at killing those they oppose. They invented MK-Ultra with the help of the CIA.
They are working towards bringing in a new leader, who will usher in a Luciferian reign of joy, prosperity, and rewards to the faithful. The Illuminati 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 arrogant, and this could be their downfall. They view the common man as “sheep” with no intelligence. They are full of pride, believe they are invulnerable (see above) 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.
Hmmmmmmm, yes – food for thought that bit in bold.