March 12, 2009
I had lunch with one of Newsweek’s ‘Greatest Interviewers in the World’ the other day. A Japanese princess who was brought up in the forbidden city and studied Political Science at Columbia University. She’s spoken to every major head of state for over 40 years and just wrote a book called The Structure of the Global Underworld. She’s also a granddaughter of the Meiji emperor.
We met at a private club for lunch in midtown. One of those old boy establishments with the innocuous entrance that leads directly into a frescoed ballroom. The sort of place where the staff adore you if you speak to them like human beings because all the usual members treat them with such distain. With all the studded leatherwork and dusty portraits the energy in the place was flat. But when we sat down and I asked her how she came to know of the NWO her words were charged.
Like most people I wasn’t born knowing knowing about the NWO. It was my interview work with people like Gadhafi and Saddam that led me to it. Unlike other journalists she had real access to world leaders. She could meet with them in private, casual surroundings. She had no one to report to. No stance to uphold. From there it was easy to see how the truth was manipulated by the media depending on who you were and what you were hearing. She said the key to controlling people was to do so without their knowledge. But I knew this. Goethe had said it. Then again I don’t think even he could have imagined how scientific the process had become. We exchanged topical observations of information that once released made it simply impossible for people to avoid reacting in very, very specific ways. It was not that people were stupid. On the contrary, they were logical. But that was the rub. Because nothing is as predictable as logic. And so nothing is more easily controlled. What do you think all the great government advisors have been specialists at? She smiled at me. Behavioral psychology.
I thought of the last century’s heavy hitters, the Henry Kissingers, the Zbigniew Brzezinskis, even the authors of the Report From Iron Mountain, who had all taken psychoanalytical theory to levels far greater than the individual. As a Globalist one had to think with the mind of an Edward Bernays - who took his uncle Freuds understanding of unconscious drives and extrapolated them to use within the collective. He didn’t see people as hearts that beat to unique rhythms but as cold robotic groups that habitually reacted to the same specific stimuli. To succeed in mass manipulation one was required to have a surgical understanding of the emotional drives of these groups and the triggers that spurned them into action. It didn’t matter whether they reacted to religious fervor, intellectual freedom, love, justice, prestige, security, anarchy or enlightenment. To the NWO no belief or drive was unworkable because it was not the belief or drive that mattered but the fact that we had them.
As we sat and spoke a part of me drifted into a reverie about this. It was a curious thought. That even I, who struggled for free will daily against my primordial hard wiring was still controlled in the same manner. Because the desire to escape pre-conditioning and the stimuli that triggers it is still an operating system. Yes, I too could be predicted to act in very specific ways. I would choose the truth over lie, harmony over discord. If pushed anothers life over my own. Yes, I too was predictable. I too was attached. Even if it was to non-attachment. And so where did it end? Where would I have to place myself in the cosmos to be so smooth that nothing would ever be able to catch on my coat tails? As she spoke my mouth dropped open. For a moment I was stunned. Awe struck at the task before me. This was Tao Te Ching territory. Beyond belief, honesty, morality, even light and love. Was to be truly free, to exist beyond everything?