A single cartel for the whole planet
by Jon Rappoport
April 2, 2015
“It’s not always possible to find out ‘who started a fire or blew up a building’, but you can count on the State using such an event to escalate its control over the citizenry. Deploying any excuse to expand its power is what big government does. It’s an obsession. The State has the DNA of a fungus. It spreads. That’s what it does. To put it another way, the State hopes that by committing more crimes, it can escape notice for having committed prior crimes. And yes, this is the same government untold numbers of people put their trust in for a better future.” (The Underground, Jon Rappoport)
Let’s start here. In the wake of purported terrorist attacks, or crimes that appear to involve several nations, international cross-border cooperation is the watchword.
This means strengthening structural connections, permanent connections, among government agencies—intelligence, military, medical, and so on.
That’s the whole point.
Far more threatening than the loss of life and damage from the crimes, the integration of government agencies among nations forwards the plan to manage sectors of the planet from above.
Surveillance operates in the same fashion. Although there is friction when one government spies on another, the overall trend is toward multinational spying efforts, in which whole populations are the targets.
A metaphor for this is rendition: “We won’t set up torture sites inside our borders, but we’ll ship suspects to you, so you can hold, interrogate, and torture them, and share the information with us…”
Consider money, currencies, banking. On one level, there is fierce competition among nations. But on a higher level, there are continuing efforts to integrate international credit, financing, and digitized uniform “cash.”
One world, one money system, one army, one intelligence agency, one medical system… it’s the Globalist wet dream. Their moves in this direction meet with opposition. It’s not a slam-dunk. Two steps forward, one step back. But on the whole, they’re gaining ground.
The ideal for them is: corporation-government nexus; larger cartels; integration of those cartels into a single whole.
Many, many, many people in this world are systems-oriented. They always want larger systems, which of course deeply affect populations, rigidifying them. But this is not a problem for “systems-people.” The apparatus comes first; humans are secondary.
Systems-people aim for perfection. Their minds mirror this: excessively structured geometry, balance, equilibrium, symmetry, order.
They want everyone’s mind to operate from this foundation.
They believe any other basis is disruptive.
Now we are getting into a deeper level of Matrix—the embrace between external systems of control and the interior patterning of minds.
“Oh yes, I can recognize that system. It is shaped like my mind. That’s good. It must be good. I feel a harmonic relationship.”
At the deepest level, we are talking about a cartel of the mind.
This is the purpose of programming.
Analogy: a student of music is conditioned to approach the classics as systems to be analyzed. The effect, after years of training? The student no longer hears the music.
Deadened, he accepts structure as primary. He looks for structure everywhere. When he finds it in social, cultural, political, economic arenas, he enlists, he signs up, he gives in, he commits.
“We must organize society. Every person must have a function that contributes to the whole.”
And in order for this to work, there must be an upper level of management. It decides where food, water, energy, and other goods and services are distributed. This “problem” is solved.
The solution is presented as symmetrical, balanced, harmonious.
On the every-day level of events, such as epidemics, terror attacks, plane crashes, hacker incursions, mass shootings, racial conflicts, no matter how these events actually originated, the payoff is always: better, larger, more inclusive systems that will “prevent this from happening again.”
These systems are, more and more, propagandized and explained as “automatic.” Machines (computers and robots) will run them, to ensure there are no errors.
For many people, this notion is attractive, because their own minds are shaped in that direction, in that way, in that pattern.
It’s worth noting that the primary creative impulse in individuals, before it is stifled and buried and reconfigured, is:
Which is to say: the impulse is dynamic, forward-thrusting, highly energetic, exploratory, and “unfinished.” It is not patterned. It does not automatically seek balance.
Its outcome is unpredictable, open.
Therefore, from an early age, humans are taught symmetrical restraint. This “perfection” is portrayed as highly valued. Alternatives are characterized as crazy and incomprehensible.
It’s no accident that psychiatry has based its entire (false) hypothesis of mental disorders on the notion of a chemical Imbalance in the brain.
“Restoration of balance” plays well to the masses. It gives them a sense of rightness. Of course it does, because unthinking automatic symmetry/balance are key factors in the cartel of mind control.
In my 30-plus years of research and reporting, I have spoken, at length, with hundreds and hundreds of people who have seen through various ops, staged events, conspiracies, and elite strategies—and yet have absolutely no idea how to create something different.
They can’t imagine how they would begin.
This is because they are still dealing with their own minds, which have been indoctrinated into the all-systems all-the-time approach to reality.
They are prisoners to the symmetry/balance program. At best, they hope for a better system to replace the old one.
That dead-end is part and parcel of the Matrix.
The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free emails at NoMoreFakeNews.com or OutsideTheRealityMachine.