The Twisted Thinking behind World Government
Jurriaan Maessen - September 24, 2009
The battle for freedom is raging on all levels. Consider Glenn Beck. Here’s some rotten fruit that fell out of the apple-basket to appease conservatives. Keith Olbermann, on his side of the playing field, covers the liberal part of the paradigm. Notice how careful they are to remain inside their respective boundaries, ignoring true arguments that care nothing for ‘isms’ but a great deal for freedom. As these respective characters speak directly to the big chunk of the mesmerized people, glued to the television screen, there is also a more subtle- but no less crucial- battle going on in the halls of academia.
As history exhaustively shows, any idea can be theoretically legitimized with the help of equations, calculations and otherwise cleverly devised systems of thought. But, as a famous writer once stated, ‘cleverness is for the dwarfs’. It is wisdom that is lacking from most academics and their writings, not to mention modesty and an open mind. In the beginning of the 20th century for example, eugenicists would work to legitimize their arguments with all kinds of semi-scientific serpentines. As a matter of practise it was not uncommon that a person’s skull would be measured with a ruler at birth to ‘determine’ if he or she would be prone to criminal activities in later life. Although widely rejected as devious quackery, eugenics has since found new ways to sell depopulation to the masses, the most prominent of which, of course, is environmentalism as a pretext to do away with 80 percent of the world population- or so the elite state on a regular basis.