The global elite have, over the centuries, refined the techniques they employ to assure continued dominion over the resources of the planet. In the early days they simply crucified certain rebellious citizens, whilst sprinkling in the occasional peasant massacre to ensure a climate of fear and to thwart any challenge to their hegemony.
When this overtly bloody strategy provoked revolution in such disparate locales as France, America and Russia; and later Cuba, the Congo and Vietnam, the bloodline oligarchs shifted to a strategy of covert assassination and counter-revolutionary intrigues. But brutality is brutality, however subtle and disguised it may be.
So when this strategy failed to stem the tide of history, while provoking a democratic and thus subversive reaction amongst the populace, the international banking syndicate and its coterie of idle rich turned to psychological warfare. They learned that it is much easier to control a population through brainwashing than it is to mow down a more cognizant citizenry in the streets and risk backlash. The key, they learned, was to keep people docile, fearful and ignorant.
In 1913 the Rockefeller Foundation came into being. It would shield the family’s wealth from the coming income tax provisions of the never-ratified 16th Amendment of 1913. More importantly it would allow the owners of the Federal Reserve – created that same year – to steer public opinion through social engineering via grant money. One of its most infamous tentacles was the General Education Board. In Occasional Letter #1 the Board stated,
“In our dreams we have limitless resources and the people yield themselves with perfect docility to our molding hands. The present education conventions fade from their minds and, unhampered by tradition, we will work our own good will upon a grateful and responsive rural folk. We shall try not to make these people or any of their children into philosophers or men of learning or men of science…of whom we have ample supply.”
Over the next decades the condescending financial parasites at Club Fed would fabricate all matter of story lines to keep “the rural folk” frightened and inert. These included the Great Depression, the Cold War, McCarthyism and nuclear Armageddon. All of these were also, quite conveniently, boons for the international banking syndicate and their defense/oil/drug mafia friends.
Current “scary story lines” include Muslim extremism and global warming. The former is funded by Britain’s M-15 and the Israeli Mossad and has, two wars later, proven to be a Wall Street goldmine. The latter, while difficult to refute in fact, is being used to further enrich the casino owners. Goldman Sachs will, for example, be the biggest beneficiary if cap and trade is initiated.
Should we arrest and prosecute Muslim extremists, like that blond-haired, green-eyed white woman in Pennsylvania? Certainly. Should we stop pumping CO2 into our atmosphere, even if we aren’t facing catastrophe? Of course. But these things should not make us scared. Yet that is exactly what the establishment media wants to do. Fox News right-wing viewers are brainwashed to fear “the Muslims”. CNN liberal-wing watchers are hypnotized to fear global warming. Both “scary story lines” have been utilized to both enrich the global elite and restrict our civil liberties.
Don’t be scared!
Dean Henderson is the author of four books: Big Oil & Their Bankers in the Persian Gulf: Four Horsemen, Eight Families & Their Global Intelligence, Narcotics & Terror Network.