Utopia: the dream and the psyop that will never die
The goal of all mind control
by Jon Rappoport
June 16, 2015
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“Whether it is to be Utopia or Oblivion will be a touch-and-go relay race right up to the final moment. . . . Humanity is in ‘final exam’ as to whether or not it qualifies for continuance in Universe.” (Buckminster Fuller, Critical Path, 1981)
“I do know that technologically humanity now has the opportunity, for the first time in its history, to operate our planet in such a manner as to support and accommodate all humanity at a substantially more advanced standard of living than any humans have ever experienced. (Buckminster Fuller,” Grunch of Giants, 1983)
“There are people who see a vision of utopia as clearly as they see a summer afternoon. They will never give up that vision. They are unaware that, parallel to their dream, a utopia psyop is running, like an endless television program, diverting the gullible.” (The Underground, Jon Rappoport)
Almost a century ago, Buckminster Fuller was writing about the abundance that technology was bringing to the human race. He was writing about how more and more would be done with fewer and fewer resources.
He was indicating that technology had ushered in an era where the basics of survival—food, clothing, and shelter—could be made available to all humans on the planet.
He was suggesting that technology (automation) was going to make industrial production expand vastly—while also, inevitably, throwing huge numbers of people out of work. He argued that work wasn’t an essential. People could be granted the basics of life, and left to their own devices—the most important of which would be the choice to educate themselves through free and open schools.
One obvious question that emerged out of Fuller’s work at that time, and later in Critical Path and Utopia or Oblivion: who would implement a system whereby every human on Earth would be guaranteed the fundamentals of survival? And how?
There are blithe and glazed-over people who believe the governments of Earth will present the gift.
This is like saying the old mafia will stop forcing shop owners to pay protection. This is like saying lifelong con men will turn over a new leaf and serve soup at kitchens for the poor. This is like saying Al Capone will go to work for the FBI. This is like saying a group of war mongers, who sleep well at night after decades of ordering the deaths of millions of people, will give away their criminally gained fortunes to restore stolen land to millions of Third World people.
This is like saying the same breed of government officials, after 50 years of sending a few trillion dollars into the poorest communities of US cities (did the bulk of it ever arrive?), with no more to show for it than more crime, more poverty, and more drugs, will recover their senses and figure out a way to give the essentials of survival to every American.
And this is also saying that 10 or 20 successive generations of Americans, having received those essentials of survival, gratis, will be motivated to build dynamic and innovative communities, embracing the uniqueness of every individual.
If future governments ever attempted this far-reaching plan, their true goal, as now, would be fostering stifling dependency, passivity, obedience, robotic allegiance and mind control.
In the 1940s, heads of major corporations began to see what Fuller was predicting: more and more automation; the ability of technology to engender greater production utilizing fewer resources; eventual vast unemployment, as automation took over; and therefore, the specter of a shrinking planetary consumer base.
At that point, the mega-corporations had a choice. They could continue to manufacture products for a consumerist society, based on whatever items populations could be convinced to buy—while ignoring the future handwriting on the future wall.
Or these corporations, some of them, could turn their attention to manufacturing, very cheaply, the essentials of survival, and selling those products to billions of people. They could turn their attention to true agriculture for the people. They could turn their attention to the herculean task of creating thriving local economies across the planet…and they could find a way to make profit through these enterprises.
Very small increments of profit on each sale, spread over billions of people.
A Utopian fantasy? Apparently; because we know which directions the mega-corporations chose.
They are still choosing to remain blind to their own future—a shrinking consumer base, and assembly lines operating at a fraction of their potential.
It’s all well and good to imagine a salvational public force that will drop, from the clouds, utopia on the masses; but that force does not exist.
It’s all well and good to hope for a vast “revolution” in “mass consciousness” that will inevitably bring about utopia; but mass consciousness is an ideological veneer that peels away and decays on the vine.
It’s far better to think about what can be done to invent/liberate self-determined economies in which billions of people can find work, and avoid having to live in medieval conditions that cause chronic illness and early death.
When you do think about that, you quickly discover that power-elites are bent on keeping grotesque poverty alive.
At the same time, they invent altruistic charities that deliver “help” to the suffering. They award themselves citations for courage and humanity. They promote vaguely utopian futures. They co-opt the dreams of the young. This is their psyop and their cover story.
“Let’s send in a few thousand heroic and heraldic doctors to deliver (toxic) drugs and (toxic) vaccines to the population. Of course, the actual and only cure is nutritious food, establishing basic sanitation, reducing overcrowding in cities, cleaning up the water supply, and returning stolen growing lands to the people…but we won’t touch all that…we’ll just look good and conceal our real program: continued conquest.”
Events, circumstances, and trends have a way of returning to the individual.
Each and every individual.
That is when, thrown back on his own resources, he discovers deeper layers of his own power. If he chooses to.
This dimension does not begin in the physical world. It is in the individual mind and imagination. Its cardinal quality is unpredictability.
No systems control it.
Its prerequisite, come hell or high water, is freedom.
Most people quit the field at that point. They seek a pale simulacrum, a cartoon of what they can really achieve.
They substitute, if anything, a longing for utopia, for a force that somehow will deliver it.
The world, more and more, is dedicated to a fog that obscures the individual. The world claims he is an extinct delusion, a momentary construct of the evolutionary past; perhaps necessary at one time, but no longer useful.
The world (by which I mean the current tonnage of propaganda) insists that only through mass consciousness can we ascend to a higher level.
Translation: Collective passivity is the goal.
Utopia is always presented as a collective enterprise. That is no accident.
Why would the independent, powerful, and intensely creative individual have any place in it?
And that’s the whole point of utopian psyops. They exclude the unique individual.
“People of Earth, listen. We, your leaders, have a great message. We can bring you all to a new level of living. We now have the means. We can emerge as One into a shining future. Together. Your only task, and it is simple, is to surrender the thing that has kept Utopia from emerging all these centuries: your fantasy that you are individually separate. That is the sickness. That is psychological problem. We have discovered the mental illness. It is called UDD. Uniqueness Delusion Disorder. Fortunately, we can now diagnose it and treat it. The result is, all your anxiety will lift and disappear. You will finally find the state of mind toward which you have been groping. We are so close. Help us over the last barrier…”
That is where the “mind pioneers” intend to take us.
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 NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.