People look around at the civil society surrounding them.
They go online or watch or listen to the daily news.
They are bewildered.
They wonder how things got to be as they are, what’s behind it all?
The documented and authoritative answers have always been there.
But these answers were elusive.
They were often found in obscure hard to locate volumes or publications.
The elite media rarely, if ever, discussed these factual issues.
Many of those media elites were party to what was being perpetrated
(as with the contemporary Russiagate attempted coup against Trump).
But with the birth of the Internet that is no longer the case.
Here are several books, films, and documentaries that lay it all out.
They are audacious, forthright, and shocking in their boldness.
Each one holds nothing back in telling their particular story.
This isn’t “ancient history” but documentation of the roots of the problems
which beset us.
The truth is out there.
Brilliant synthesis of hundreds of books detailing the Establishment’s deadly war against
the American people, their liberties, and their families.
My highest recommendation! The chapter on the Corporate State remains the best thing
in print on that subject. I used to give this one as Christmas presents to try to wake up
some of my relatives to what was happening in the world.
The New World Order, by H. G. Wells
The title explains it all. Wells was one of the preeminent social critics and
intellectual voices of his era. A futurist, he wrote a number of utopian works
and foresaw the advent of aircraft, tanks, space travel, nuclear weapons,
satellite television and something resembling the World Wide Web.
Wells traveled in very powerful and influential circles of elite policy makers
and publicists such Alfred Viscount Milner, Winston Churchill,
individuals also were connected to the elite Round Table group
The Open Conspiracy, by H. G. Wells
Mostly known today as one of the pioneers in modern science fiction, there was much more
to Wells. He wrote a massive worldwide best seller, The Outline of History, which tried to
present a totally secular version of world history. Wells was a dedicated socialist and
proponent of world government. He was a prominent member of the Fabian Society
in the UK until expelled (more about the Fabians below).
His book, The Open Conspiracy, was published in 1928, subtitled ‘Blue Prints for
a World Revolution.’ Wells openly and frankly laid out his plans for a totalitarian future.
Things To Come (1936)
Well’s brilliantly executed SciFi epic against war and capitalism proposing a technocratic
fascist state of elite engineers (notice the telling reference to “the freemasonry of
science” by Raymond Massey’s character, John Cabel). Along with Fritz Lang’s Metropolis,
this film set the gold standard for cinematic science fiction for decades
The Trilateral Commission and Technocracy — Patrick M. Wood presentation.
The Wellsian idea of technocracy is not archaic or dead. It is now the dominant ideological
mindset of the elite as we shall see below.
With meticulous detail and an abundance of original research, Patrick M. Wood uses his
book Technocracy Rising and this authoritative presentation to connect the dots of modern
globalization in a way that has never been seen before so that persons can clearly
understand the globalization plan, its perpetrators and its intended endgame.
In the depths of the Great Depression during the 1930s, prominent scientists and
engineers proposed a utopian energy-based economic system called Technocracy that
would be run by those same scientists and engineers instead of elected politicians.
Although this radical movement lost momentum by 1940, it regained status when it was
conceptually adopted by the elitist Trilateral Commission (co-founded by Zbigniew
Brzezinski and David Rockefeller) in 1973 to become its so-called “New International
Economic Order.” Brzezinski called this the “Technetronic Era” in his 1970 book,
Between Two Ages. History now reveals the original Trilateral strategy and the means
(covert and overt) by which they have carried it out.
While watching this presentation, recall the details, pretexts and rationales behind
recent Green New Deal proposals and how they would fit or meld within this
Between Two Ages: America’s Role in the Technetronic Era — Book by Zbigniew Brzezinski.
Founded in 1973 by David Rockefeller and Zbigniew Brzezinski, the Trilateral Commission
embarked on a New International Economic Order based on technocracy.
Brzezinski called this the “Technetronic Era” in this book.
Here are significant Brzezinski quotes from that book:
The technotronic era involves the gradual appearance of a more controlled society.
Such a society would be dominated by an elite, unrestrained by traditional values.
Soon it will be possible to assert almost continuous surveillance over every citizen
and maintain up-to-date complete files containing even the most personal
information about the citizen. These files will be subject to instantaneous retrieval
by the authorities.
In the technotronic society the trend would seem to be towards the aggregation of the
individual support of millions of uncoordinated citizens, easily within the reach of
magnetic and attractive personalities exploiting the latest communications techniques
to manipulate emotions and control reason.
Marxism represents a further vital and creative state in the maturing of man’s universal
vision. Marxism is simultaneously a victory of the external, active man over the inner,
passive man and a victory of reason over belief.
National sovereignty is no longer a viable concept.
People, governments and economies of all nations must serve the needs of multinational
banks and corporations.
The society will be dominated by an elite of persons free from traditional values who will
have no doubt in fulfilling their objectives by means of purged techniques with which they
will influence the behavior of people and will control and watch the society in all details.
It will become possible to exert a practically permanent watch on each citizen of the world.
More directly linked to the impact of technology, it involves the gradual appearance of a
more controlled and directed society. Such a society would be dominated by an elite whose
claim to political power would rest on allegedly superior scientific know-how.
Unhindered by the restraints of traditional liberal values, this elite would not hesitate to
achieve its political ends by using the latest modern techniques for influencing public
behavior and keeping society under close surveillance and control.
Trilaterals Over Washington — Book by Antony C. Sutton and Patrick M. Wood
The Crisis of Democracy: On the Governability of Democracies was a 1975 report
written by Michel Crozier, Samuel P. Huntington, and Joji Watanuki for
the Trilateral Commission. In the same year, it was republished as a book
by the New York University Press.
The report observed the political state of the United States, Europe
and Japan and says that in the United States the problems of governance
“stem from an excess of democracy”and thus advocates “to restore the prestige
and authority of central government institutions.”
The report serves as an important point of reference for studies focusing
on the contemporary crisis of democracies. The report outlines that in
1960s Western Europe the governments are “overloaded with participants
and demands” which the highly bureaucratic political systems
are unable to handle, thus rendering their societies ungovernable.
It points to a political decision made by France that was made in
“semisecret, without open political debate, but with a tremendous
amount of lobbying and intrabureaucratic conflict.”
The report says the problems of the United States in the 1960s
stemmed from the “impulse of democracy … to make government
less powerful and more active, to increase its functions, and to
decrease its authority” and concludes that these demands
are contradictory. The impulse for the undermining of legitimacy
was said to come primarily from the “new activism” and an
adversarial news media, while the increase in government was
said to be due to the Cold War defense budget and
Great Society programs.
To remedy this condition, “balance [needs] to be restored between
governmental activity and governmental authority.”
The effects of this “excess of democracy” if not fixed are said to be
an inability to maintain international trade, balanced
budgets, and “hegemonic power” in the world.
I had the Tulsa City-County Central Library order and purchase a copy
but it has long since gone down the Orwellian Memory Hole.
— Book by Zbigniew Brzezinski.
As the twentieth century drew to a close, the United States emerged as the world’s
only superpower: no other nation possesses comparable military and economic
power or has interests that bestride the globe. Yet the critical question facing
America remains unanswered: What should be the nation’s global strategy for
maintaining its exceptional position in the world? Zbigniew Brzezinski tackles
this question head-on in this incisive and pathbreaking book.
The Grand Chessboard presents Brzezinski’s bold and provocative geostrategic
vision for American preeminence in the twenty first century. Central to his
analysis is the exercise of power on the Eurasian landmass, which is home to
the greatest part of the globe’s population, natural resources, and economic
activity. Stretching from Portugal to the Bering Strait, from Lapland to Malaysia,
Eurasia is the ”grand chessboard” on which America’s supremacy will be
ratified and challenged in the years to come.
The task facing the United States, he argues, is to manage the conflicts
and relationships in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East so that no rival
superpower arises to threaten our interests or our well-being.
The heart of The Grand Chessboard is Brzezinski’s analysis of the four
critical regions of Eurasia and of the stakes for America in each arena
—Europe, Russia, Central Asia, and East Asia.
The crucial fault lines may seem familiar, but the implosion of the
Soviet Union has created new rivalries and new relationships, and
Brzezinski maps out the strategic ramifications of the new geopolitical
realities. He explains, for example: Why France and Germany will
play pivotal geostrategic roles, whereas Britain and Japan will not.
Why NATO expansion offers Russia the chance to undo the mistakes
of the past, and why Russia cannot afford to toss this opportunity aside.
Why the fate of Ukraine and Azerbaijan are so important to America.
Why viewing China as a menace is likely to become a self fulfilling prophecy.
Why America is not only the first truly global superpower but also the last
—and what the implications are for America’s legacy.
Brzezinski’s surprising and original conclusions often turn conventional
wisdom on its head as he lays the groundwork for a new and compelling
vision of America’s vital interests.
The Fabian Society was a very powerful and influential group of British socialists who
believed socialism could be created in the UK by gradualism, not by revolution.
They were particularly dominant in the Labour Party and elite intellectual circles.
The League for Industrial Democracy was the American offshoot, full of very influential
elite intellectual and academic voices. The Students for a Democratic Society,
was founded by Tom Hayden, who wrote the Port Huron Statement.
SDS became a fixture on US college campuses in the 1960s, and was yet
a further offshoot of the LID.
This book has all but disappeared from libraries, coast to coast.
It names names.
6:40 pm on July 15, 2019 Email Charles Burris