by Jon Rappoport
August 22, 2015
(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Exit From The Matrix, click here.)
“For a long time, we’ve lived with the delusion that prosperous nations were going to raise the standard of living of poor nations. That was a piece of infernal propaganda. The objective was always the exploitation of those poverty-stricken nations. Their land, their resources, their labor.” (The Underground, Jon Rappoport)
Let’s start with this bit of background:
The fear of individuality comes from the apprehension that a human, unchained and alive, might create something that would expose the titanic hoax of the collective and the group; the apprehension that an individual might create something undeniably great and different; and, therefore, put collective human society in its proper perspective.
And so the individual is called upon to sacrifice himself on the altar of the group.
That is the directive.
The counter-force is the individual using his rational mind, his imagination, and his creative force to surpass this societal brainwashing.
The first step is realizing he is not part of the great collective Cheese Glob.
But most people in so-called “democracies” would not see things this way. They would object. They would claim “the needs of all the people” are not being met. They would claim no one has the right to rise above the standards of the masses.
And “the masses” now refer to wide-open borders in Europe and, as in America, the influx of huge numbers of people fleeing from other parts of the world.
Many of these immigrating people hope for, and expect, economic survival in their new homes. They expect government assistance programs. This is no melting pot. This is a vast extension of the Welfare State, in which the concerns of the individual have no place. No place at all.
Stereotypes are the order of the day. “Which group do you belong to? What race are you? What ethnicity? What are your grievances and demands?”
On the surface, this vast program appears to be humanitarian in nature, but nothing could be further from the truth. Sowing chaos in the nations of Europe is the objective.
Why? Because Globalism, like every elite scheme in the history of the planet, lives by the motto, “Order from Chaos.”
Create chaos, then move in with tighter control, to “solve the problem.”
Wall-to-wall surveillance, militarized police, decimation of free speech.
In this atmosphere, it is very easy for the individual to forget and cast aside his own power and his own unique vision of the future, and his own capacity to invent the future.
It is very easy for the individual to forego rationality and logic as useless objects of a bygone era and simply sink to the level of a stimulus-response creature.
But if that happens, what is left?
During centuries of struggle, Europe carved out a mission of individual freedom, against all odds, and there were eventually many victories.
Now, there is the danger of all that going down the drain.
If the liberation of the individual from the State and the Church is now viewed as a mere fantasy, an old dream, an old lie of history, an old delusion, then the future is turned over to Globalist masters and their program of mass control.
There is a joker in the deck. The European mega-corporations, which are part and parcel of the Globalist network, will discover that their consumer base is shrinking. In short, there will come a point at which these corporations can’t expand by selling their products in the marketplace. Too late, the corporations will realize they are expendable in the diabolical Globalist plan.
One of the winners? The Vatican.
The Roman Church has always realized that their best days are those in which poverty escalates. People then return to older forms of hope and desperation. People then grasp at straws.
Make no mistake, the humanitarian pronouncements of this Pope are a cover story that obscures the Church’s true ambition: flourishing in a time of crisis.
The longer the crisis, the better. The vision of widespread poverty as a permanent condition is the Church’s wet dream. It brings back their glory days.
At its core, the entire Globalist operation is aimed at making the individual believe he is helpless.
Whether and to what degree this program succeeds is not in the hands of any group. It is in the hands, the soul of the individual himself.
Which is why my work, for the past decade, has focused more and more on the individual, his power, his life-force, his mind, his imagination, his uniqueness.
The future is up for grabs. Will the wide channel of individual freedom and power, which has been dug for centuries, in a great struggle, be the substance of the future, or will the coming century devolve into one great planetary Collective, mindless and begging for scraps?