Monday, January 01, 2007

Dialectics, Rockefellers, and Population Control

Dennis Cuddy has just completed a four-part series for NewsWithViews.com that ought to be required reading, incorporated into our account of how the super-elite (the power elite, he calls them) has built our modern world. The title calls for some explaining:

Dialectics

It is always helpful to understand Hegelian dialectic and how it has been used. As originally formulated by the German philosopher Georg W.F. Hegel, Hegelian dialectic consisted of the triad of thesis, antithesis, synthesis. Applied to history, the Hegelian approach sees crucial events as the result of a union or fusion of opposed opposites--e.g., the Marxian bourgeois and proletariat struggling for control of an economic system, with the outcome of that fight being Socialism. As easier way of understanding how the elites have used Hegelian dialectic to push history in their desired direction is with a different triad: crisis, reaction, response. If a specific crisis can be fomented (e.g., a brutal attack somewhere, or a depression), this crisis will provoke a specific and predictable reaction (e.g., public outcry, calls for retaliation against the attack, controls over the economy to create jobs and end the depression). At this point, the power elite steps in an orchestrates the response through those it handles (visible politicians such as an FDR or a George W. Bush).

Rockefellers

Most everybody knows who John D. Rockefeller was, and associates him with the original Standard Oil corporate colossus of the late 1800s. Most do not know that he didn't pull himself up by his own bootstraps, as industrial-revolution mythology would have it, but received money from the European House of Rothschild financial empire, who sought to control America. Most also do not know that Rockefeller along with his oldest son founded the General Education Board in 1902, its long term goal being to control public education in the U.S. (the General Education Board would eventually be joined by the Carnegie financial empire). The Rockefeller Foundation originally supported eugenics, the idea that only the "superior" should be allowed to breed. This became the unnamed parent of Planned Parenthood, which also got its start through Rockefeller influence. The most powerful Rockefeller today is, of course, David Sr., the youngest son of John D. Rockefeller II, who after years of having led the Council on Foreign Relations founded the Trilateral Commission with Zbigniew Brzezinski and Henry Kissinger. The Rockefellers have been about power from Day One. John D. Sr. once said, "Competition is a sin."

Population Control

The Rockefellers began to bankroll numerous programs and projects under the assumptiont that they, as the guiding lights of the super-elite, knew best where the world should go, and that we "peons" only exist to service the economic order they control. Thus Dennis Cuddy reports on Rockefeller support for the idea that "the Social Sciences will concern themselves with the rationalization of social control,... the control of human behavior." That was by the early 1930s. In 1937, the Rockefeller Foundation gave a huge grant to Princeton University to study the influence of radio on different groups--including a study of what could be learned about mass manipulation from the broadcast of Orson Welles' The War of the Worlds. The Rockefellers also funded the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations, and began to move to the idea of actual population control--there were getting to be just too dadgum many of us "peons" to be easily controlled. Thus the Rockefeller Brothers Fund publication of The Mid-Century Challenge to U.S. Foreign Policy in 1959 where one reads, "We cannot escape, and indeed should welcome, the task which history has imposed on us. This is the task of helping to shape a new world order in all its dimensions--spiritual, economic, political, social."

In March 1969, we read of Planned Parenthood-World Population Frederick Jaffe's "Activities Relevant to the Study of Population Policy in the U.S." suggests these measures aimed at reducing the "peons'" tendency to breed like flies (these measures all serve other super-elite goals as well, of course):

(a) legalize and support abortion on demand;
(b) encourage women to work;
(c) place fertility control agents in the water supply;
(d) support the normalization and eventual mainstreaming of homosexuality;
(e) make contraception available and accessible to all.

With this as background for changing the basic unstated philosophical premises of the public consciousness and the production of the new lifestyle "choices," the changing of the economic paradigm recommended in such works as Brzezinski's Between Two Ages can be foisted on a distracted, dumbed-down public. Hence NAFTA, etc.

We've only scratched the surface here. Just remember: for the super-elite, it's all about control. Wealth is simply their most effective tool. And the more subtle the controls, the better--so that eventually, the masses will simply take all these things for granted and never realize that they are living in an artificial "Matrix" environment. None of this is going to be widely publicized, of course. It can never be allowed to become part of the mainstream. We are still encouraged to believe that America is a free society--because, after all, we can choose to shop at Wal-Mart instead of Target! Goethe once wrote that "none are more thoroughly enslaved than those who falsely believe themselves to be free." And to paraphrase George Orwell: The really well trained dog is the one who jumps through the hoops when there is no whip.

Here are the links to the four parts of the Dennis Cuddy series:

Dialectics, Rockefellers, and Population Control Part One

Dialectics, Rockefellers, and Population Control Part Two

Dialectics, Rockefellers, and Population Control Part Three

Dialectics, Rockefellers, and Population Control Part Four

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