This is the title and link to the ‘CLN’ (Conscious Life News) article which clearly shows, unfortunately, that our so-called civilization is clearly evolving into the Orwellian future scenario depicted in George Orwell’s novel, “Nineteen Eighty Four” .
The New World Order, depicted as “Big Brother”, is watching, indoctrinating and controlling you!
This manifests itself basically in four areas :
The “manifesto”, under the name “Agenda 21” lays down the aims and guidelines for establishing global controls. “Agenda 21: The UN, Sustainability, and Right Wing Conspiracy Theory.” This is the proof that that the movement exists and its goals.
The creation of the fictional justifications for the introduction of controls – “war on terror”, catastrophic “global warming”, removal of “despotic” leaders, introduction of “democracies”, introduction of “debt emergencies” and destructive austerity plans, health programs likely to contribute to depopulation, the ease of implementation of dangerous pharmaceuticals, food and radiation hazards, and the not-to-be-overlooked funding of “prostitute” politically motivated “science” organizations and individuals.
The propaganda machine, initiated from numerous government and non-government organizations, obligingly broadcast to brainwash the public via the mainstream press. “As the title of Newsweek’s feature story indicates, a primary element of contemporary propaganda campaigns using the conspiracy theory/ist label is to suggest that citizens’ distrust of government imperatives and activities tends toward violent action.”
Then the controls themselves – country after country find themselves subject to control from above, with ever increasing poverty, unemployment, spiraling inflation, food and water supply freedoms lost, exorbitant costs of life’s essentials, particularly energy needs and housing availability, or affordability.
But there are people and organizations who are fully aware of what is going on and, as discussed in detail, receive criticism for believing and spreading conspiracy “theories”. They/we are being branded as the “baddies” by the worried purveyors of propaganda trying desperately to cling to and justify or hide their real conspiracies.
So to the article:
A new crusade appears to be underway to target independent research and analysis available via alternative news media. This March saw the release of “cognitive infiltration” advocate Cass Sunstein’s new book, Conspiracy Theories and Other Dangerous Ideas. In April, the confirmed federal intelligence-gathering arm, Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), released a new report, “Agenda 21: The UN, Sustainability, and Right Wing Conspiracy Theory.” Most recently, Newsweek magazine carried a cover story, titled, “The Plots to Destroy America: Conspiracy Theories Are a Clear and Present Danger.”
As its discourse suggests, this propaganda campaign is using the now familiar “conspiracy theory” label, as outlined in Central Intelligence Agency Document 1035-960, the 1967 memo laying out a strategy for CIA “media assets” to counter criticism of the Warren Commission and attack independent investigators of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination. At that time the targets included attorney Mark Lane and New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison, who were routinely defamed and lampooned in major US news outlets.
Declassified government documents have proven Lane and Garrison’s allegations of CIA-involvement in the assassination largely accurate. Nevertheless, the prospect of being subject to the conspiracy theorist smear remains a potent weapon for intimidating authors, journalists, and scholars from interrogating complex events, policies, and other potentially controversial subject matter.
As the title of Newsweek’s feature story indicates, a primary element of contemporary propaganda campaigns using the conspiracy theory/ist label is to suggest that citizens’ distrust of government imperatives and activities tends toward violent action. The “conspiracy theorist” term is intentionally conflated with “conspiracist,” thus linking the two in the mass mind. Images of Lee Harvey Oswald, Timothy McVeigh, and Osama bin Laden are subtly invoked when the magic terms are referenced. In reality, it is typically Western governments using their police or military who prove the foremost purveyors of violence and the threat of violence—both domestically and abroad. [My emphasis].
In his Newsweek article, author and journalist Kurt Eichenwald selectively employs the assertions of the SPLC, Sunstein, and a handful of social scientists to postulate in Orwellian fashion that independent research and analysis of the United Nations’ Agenda 21, the anti-educational thrust of “Common Core,” the dangers of vaccine injury and water fluoridation, and September 11—all important policies and issues worthy of serious study and concern—are a “contagion” to the body politic.
In a functioning public, honest academics and journalists would uninhibitedly delve into these and similar problems–GMOs, state-sponsored terrorism, the dangers of non-ionizing radiation– particularly since such phenomena pose grave threats to both popular sovereignty and self determination. Such intellectuals would then provide important findings to foster vigorous public debate.
Absent this, segments of the populace still capable of critical thought are inclined to access and probe information that leads them to question bureaucratic edicts and, in some cases, suggest a potentially broader political agenda. In today’s world, however, such research projects carried out by the hoi polloi that are expressly reserved for government or foundation-funded technocrats “’distort the debate that is crucial to democracy,’” says Dartmouth political scientist Brendan Nyhan.
I suggest that it is of great importance for the public to be aware of the degree of propaganda being thrust upon us and to not be as easily convinced as we tend to be.
The whole story can be read here.