22 July 2013: Americans seemed to have suddenly awakened to an egregious invasion of our privacy and assaults on our constitutional rights and civil liberties, as if the process “just appeared” or was just discovered as a recent form of government overreach. While the process has indeed been refined and accelerated over the last decade under the pretext of national security, the architecture of this system of total surveillance was actually revealed decades ago – and longer – by the global elite. You just have to know where to look.
In 1970, for example, seven years before his appointment as President Carter’s National Security Adviser, Zbigniew Brzezinski detailed exactly what is taking place today in his book Between Two Ages: America’s Role in the Technetronic Era. On page 97, Brzezinski revealed:
“The technotronic era involves the gradual appearance of a more controlled society. Such a society would be dominated by an elite, unrestrained by traditional values. Soon it will be possible to assert almost continuous surveillance over every citizen and maintain up-to-date complete files containing even the most personal information about the citizen. These files will be subject to instantaneous retrieval by the authorities.”
Few would argue Brzezinski’s status as a globalist, an elite, and a member of the very group of powerbrokers and puppeteers advancing a globalist agenda. He is an adviser to Barack Obama’s on matters of foreign policy, and has been an attendee and presenter at several conferences of the Bilderberg Group, as well as a founding member of the Trilateral Commission. He is just one of perhaps a few hundred people on the planet that actually “control” the direction of U.S. and global policy.
The point is that this is not a new agenda, nor is it exclusive to any one political party. It is critical to understand that the assaults on our civil liberties, our rights and our privacy are instruments to ushering in a new global age of a single form of global governance. Standing in the way of the larger agenda of this global order are our individual rights and our national sovereignty, both under attack by an increasingly out-of-control government run by globalists. Erosion of our national sovereignty and rights, the deliberate slow-kill of our national currency, the lack of border security and immigration enforcement, in tandem with the increased surveillance are all critical components to the takedown of the United States. The reason? The U.S. is the last speed bump on the road to our subjugation to full globalization.
Such tactics and plans have been in place for a long time, and we are now seeing the start of the “end game” play out before us.
The globalist agenda
If you mention the phrase “New World Order” in the context of the establishment of global governance, you will likely be branded a conspiracy kook and marginalized by the existing power structure and members of the corporate media. Yet, the increase in government surveillance of us as citizens, including the use of the NSA as the conduit to monitor our telephone conversations and other electronic communications, collect metadata and mapping in real time, and then making it accessible to other agencies is an integral part of the larger, globalist agenda.
So too are the unlawful actions admitted to by the IRS, as well as the data collection required under the Affordable Health Care Act. Each of these privacy intrusions is necessary to establish a massive centralization hub of personal data that can be used to control the population and compel compliance with the larger agenda. Such tactics are also used to compel compliance to a system of governance that will be in direct opposition to the religious beliefs of many, thereby forcing citizens to abandon their religious convictions or face civil penalties for non-compliance. It is a subtle yet effective push toward a single state religion.
The events we are now seeing are not new, nor are they a collateral effect of newly initiated security policies to protect us from terrorist threats. They are the intended policy and have been from the start. What we are experiencing has nothing to do with security, but everything to do with control and conditioning.
We were informed about such plans over four decades ago and many more years before that, but few paid attention. Today, we are paying the price. The problem is that we are not thinking big enough. We are failing to understand just how deep the lies go, and continue to maintain a death-grip on our own normalcy bias that dispels the notion that tyranny can happen here. Yet, it is happening here, and right before our eyes.
We are witnessing the dreams of the Fabian Socialists and the globalists coalesce, who have long embraced the ideas of Sir Francis Bacon’s technocratic Utopia and the global dictatorship of an elite controlling the world. The surveillance under which we find ourselves is the refinement of an ideology that has come of age.
The next time you hear about the NSA and government overreach, just think bigger.