Cancers of all kinds are on the rise, but there’s a new drug out there that can give you a few more months to limp along. It’ll cost you, though. That’s little consolation to the throngs of people out there who have lost their jobs and it’s clear that soon your ability to eek out a living with cash under the table is coming to an end. Down under, teachers may be given Tasers to discipline unruly students, especially those that are complaining about their rapidly declining futures. But it’s just not young students who are being dealt with in unsavory ways. Scientists in Canada are finding just how short their leashes are. New divisions between men and women concerning “climate change” are being “discovered” in the Western world. But these subjects don’t matter much to the rioting crowds spreading through Europe at the moment.
Erik has returned this week after a hiatus. What would the founding fathers think of the current political and social situation we find ourselves in at the present? They would recognize the depression for what it is, but since mainstream media claims the recession has been over for a year, the people keep sleeping and living in a dreamworld. Obamacare has begun and so far so good, but the worst is yet to come. And we’ll be needing any healthcare we can get as our skies are sprayed daily with toxic substances. Flu season is back, hooray! H1N1 isn’t the “killer” it was last year, but not to worry, the vaccine is now mixed with the regular flu jab. How convenient! Medical marijuana dispensaries are being raided across the country, regardless of state laws. So if you need your “eye” medication, you may be out of luck.
Across the pond, motorists are being encouraged to spy on one another and UK teachers are reporting on bigoted 3 year olds. Maybe this is just a preemptive action to control future yobs wandering the streets and causing trouble.
Part III on Foundations and their influence on society touches on the subject of communist and socialist subversion in the major foundations and subsequently government. These internationally-minded foundation managers have funded much in support of, first the League of Nations, and later the United Nations. The Communist Manifesto has been followed to the letter and all the while, the American public was unaware that anything was amiss. The Ford Foundation, born in 1936, became the wealthiest philanthropic endeavor in the world and spawned many smaller trusts and foundations that still exist today, if you care to look. Already by 1958, Rene A. Wormser believed that the bloodless revolution was almost complete and that nothing short of a counterrevolution could stop these influential behemoths.
Part 2 of my talks about charitable foundations. “Scientism” and mass research have been running our lives since before most of us were born. “Social Engineers” decided long ago that it was their duty to transform society into a well-oiled machine, in which everyone will have their place or none at all, implied of course. These ideas infected the education system, kicking off with The General Education Board in 1902, created by the great John D. Rockefeller. As foundations sprouted like mushrooms, the ideas spread through numerous professional journals and scholarly textbooks. Remember social studies in school? Now you’ll know where it came from.
Charitable foundations are just one part of the parallel government that Carroll Quigley wrote about in his book, Tragedy and Hope and the Anglo-American Establishment. Foundations use their considerable wealth to influence the population of the world towards specific ideas and concepts. The Reece Committee was set up during the 83rd Congress to study tax-exempt foundations and their influence on society. One of the researchers, Rene A. Wormser wrote a book in 1958, called Foundations: Their Power and Influence, which is the focus of this series of talks about this very important and complicated subject.
Technology exhausts and rewires your brain, researches now say, but this was known long before TV, the iPhone and the Blackberry came on the scene. Just read Zbigniew Brzezinski’s, The Technetronic Era. Genetically modified salmon may be heading to a grocery store near you, but I think they’re already here, considering the increase in “wild” salmon and trout miraculously appearing in the rivers of Great Britain. But even if you skip the salmon dinner and decide to tune out this technological world and relax, the explosion of bedbugs in the U.S. and Britain won’t allow you much peace. Like bacteria to antibiotics, the little bloodsuckers have become immune to most pesticides, but no one can agree why.