Especially since the last world war we have done much to infiltrate the various social organisations throughout the country, and in their work and in their point of view one can see clearly how the principles for which this society and others stood in the past have become accepted as part of the ordinary working plan of these various bodies. That is as it should be, and while we can take heart from this we must be healthily discontented and realise that there is still more work to be done along this line.
Similarly we have made a useful attack upon a number of professions. The two easiest of them naturally are the teaching profession and the Church: the two most difficult are law and medicine…
If we are to infiltrate the professional and social activities of other people I think we must imitate the Totalitarians and organise some kind of fifth column activity!
John Rawlings Rees M.D.===Address to the Annual Meeting of the National Council for Mental Hygiene June 18th, 1940
(After the war the members of the group went on to found the Tavistock Institute, with funding from the Rockefeller Foundation. Later, many of them occupied posts in international health organisations, with Rees himself becoming first President and Director of the World Federation for Mental Health, which he founded, now a non-governmental organisation with formal consultative status at the United Nation)
In a 1961 lecture, Aldous Huxley had described a police state as:
… the final revolution” – a “dictatorship without tears,” where people “love their servitude.… The twenty-first century will be the era of the World Controllers. He said the goal was to produce “a kind of painless concentration camp for entire societies so that people will, in fact, have their liberties taken away … but … will be distracted from any desire to rebel by propaganda or brainwashing … enhanced by pharmacological methods…. There seems to be no good reason why a thoroughly scientific dictatorship should ever be overthrown
Of course it did! After the required ceremony of faux dissent, these “free” trade deals, supported by the immense financial powers of transnationalist capital globally are inevitable. There is no democracy in America, what capital wants, capital gets. Period. And we, either the fallen from the lofty status of the elites by philosophic intent or wasteful stupidity (in my case both) or already well placed within the bewildered herds of the proletariat by birth have no voice.
Unfortunately, the masses are so well along in their socially engineered docility and brainwashed complacency that the system will continue to ground us down into the commoditized service of those that control our destinies–exactly as it has been planned. I know, that for most, this is hard to believe. However, you will not always find solace in blissful ignorance. That time is rapidly approaching. As I have expressed in the past, it is very likely too damn late to do anything about the 21st Century form of totalitarianism that is increasingly wrapping itself around the neck of America and the world.
We now live in a cesspool of moral and ethical decay, but are told it is a bed of roses. We have been conditioned to smell their sweet fragrance and live seduced by this delusion, one which will last as long as the Potemkin Village that is our economy remains standing. Truth will break through eventually, humanity will not suffer mass slavery forever.
Are you remotely surprised by this “unexpected” change of heart from our Senate?
The Senate took a key hurdle toward endorsing President Obama’s trade agenda Thursday, when it passed two key bills and garnered enough support to start debate on the centerpiece of the legislative package — so-called “fast track” negotiating authority that is expected to pave the way for the ambitious Trans-Pacific Partnership trade accord.Earlier in the week, Senate Democrats had balked at moving forward with the fast track legislation, demanding guarantees that it provide strong enforcement provisions, including a measures aimed at foreign currency manipulation. Democratic leaders agreed to move forward after Republican leaders agreed to bring forward a separate enforcement bill, which passed Thursday 78-20.