It’s been a couple of months since my last podcast, so forgive me if I’m a tad bit rusty. But even though I’ve been silent on the internet airwaves, I’ve been keeping abreast of articles that I think pertain to all of us on the planet. I’ll let the articles speak for themselves.
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?
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.
Revelation of the Method. I always remember this phrase as more and more information is revealed about how we have been conned over the past 50 years. Adam Curtis exposes much in this new series, but since he is funded by the BBC, you have to expect propagandistic spin. Enjoy.
All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace
Erik has returned for this week. Topics include the insecurity of our food, the volatile weather, the degrading economy and an insight into the minds of the ruling elite.
Are you one of the thousands of people who wish to come to the U.S. legally? If so, there’s a new bureaucratic hurdle you must jump. You may as well sneak through the Mexican border. It would be easier. We’re not the only country dealing with illegal immigration, obviously, but Russia has solved their problem by banning the Movement Against Illegal Immigration altogether. I wonder what our government has in store for Arizona? Down in Brazil, the police have received high-tech facial scanning glasses not for public safety, per se, but to track the crowds at the upcoming World Cup games in 2014 and root out troublemakers. We’re not allowed to have fun anymore, it seems. Over in Britain, Captain Picard has thrown his support behind the right to assisted dying, legitimizing suicide for thousands of loyal Star Trek fans. Is this the final frontier? The BBC already aired its propaganda piece about that subject, but now it’s under fire after some leaked documents link it to al-Qaeda activity. Those boys from Eton are always up to something. Britain could be holding the bill for poor air quality during the Olympic Games, which just goes to show you that we never really win in this system.
On today’s talk, Erik and I cover a wide variety of topics from the death of bee colonies, poisonous food additives, the dangers of vaccines, the scam of global warming and/or climate change and our over reliance on technology. This all sounds pretty bleak, but we need to be aware of the dangers around us if we’re going to do anything about them. Don’t lose heart and keep speaking out to people who will listen!