China is the U.N.’s model state for the world. Such high praise comes with a steep price, though; crushing bureaucracy, rampant corporatism, poisoned air, food and water. That doesn’t sound like a great deal to me and I doubt to most Americans. But that is the reality in present day China. Over in Britain, the facade of civility continues to crack and expose the psychopathic tendencies of the ruling class. The Third Reich is alive and has a British accent. Nathaniel Rothschild has lost a libel case that exposes the inner workings of political power and finance. The details shouldn’t really surprise anyone with a functioning brain. But it’s all just coincidence, right?
People are frustrated with our school system and I can’t really blame them. One would think that all that money, teacher training and standardized tests would produce better students, yet the students are getting unnervingly dumber and more out of control. In a country where money fixes everything, how can this be?
Well, what if the school system is doing exactly what it is supposed to? The media never asks that question. What if compulsory schooling was designed from the beginning to create insecure, fearful, perpetually childish children, who could never really grow up. They would have to be managed and the controllers already had a management system in mind: socialism. All the difficult decisions would be handled by the government, while the citizens would work and play and NOT think. A bloodless revolution to bring about socialism in the U.S. has happened in the realm of chalk dust, chewed pencil erasers and graffitied school desks. Who would of thunk it?
The age of chaos is steamrolling along and gathering speed. Zbigniew Brzezinski sees portents of catastrophe if the U.S. declines too rapidly. China is not yet ready to take over as policeman of the world, and quite frankly, many countries would prefer that not to happen at all. Without a strong, centralizing presence the world may fall back into the chaos of nation states. (gasp!) How will the world survive? What is more interesting is that Mr. Globalist himself doesn’t mention the United Nations as a possible stabilizing force. Wasn’t that its original purpose?
These days, the U.N.’s reputation with Americans is tepid at best. With the coming presidential elections, this isn’t really the best time to step into the limelight. Behind the scenes, however, the U.N. has been busy taking over every facet of our government, from local to federal. The International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI) has been around since 1990, quietly taking over city councils in the name of sustainability and initiating the Rio conventions and Agenda 21. See if your town or city is a member on their website. Perhaps all this current chaos is designed to force people to see the U.N. as the only viable solution to solve the planet’s woes.
The U.N. is also popping up in comic books again, this time hiring an international team of superheroes led by a corporate shill named Booster Gold. The propaganda is so obvious that it would be laughable if so many were not blind to it.