Monday, January 24, 2011

A special report on global leaders: The rise and rise of the cognitive elite: Brains bring ever larger rewards


"PhD's make disease for militaries,
Don't think they wouldn't lie?
For the IPCC?"

- On To The Next: No One World Government


Just caught this article on The Economist website which is basically revealing the conspiracy is real but saying it all makes sense and here's how: they're smarter than us. That's all. This smug pseudo-scientific garbage must be rejected ASAP.

Most people know something is going on, so other people just need to make sure they don't get the mass media's explanation for it. Otherwise once they settle on the latest definition, we won't be able to convince them there's anything to do about it.

Everyone has "smart" friends who know what to say and do to be successful in this system, including reading The Economist and repeating what they say. Unless we expose the corruption rampant among billionaires, they will re-sell us their virtue.

This was already done 100 years ago with super-rich Rockefeller, Carnegie, Ford and other huge social-engineering tax-exempt "charitable" foundations. Then they'll sell us how dangerous anybody (truthers) must be to question their obvious virtue.

At the same time they're re-packaging communism again and selling it to us at our level underneath the super-rich as the only thing that makes sense. It's everywhere, even in fashion as "minimalism". We made way-cooler stuff a thousand years ago.

Darwinism or "survival of the fittest" eugenics principles are espoused here as everything is made "natural" or "logical" thanks to random studies that ignore any evidence of corruption or collusion among those in power. They're just... smert!

Between the secret societies, vampires, zombies and more insanity now being normalized in fiction and our desire to provide 2D captioned photo updates and random blurts and not much more to communicate, we're in a bit of trouble here.

There also appears to a a happiness "bubble" they want to "pop" just like the tech, eal estate and other economic bubbles. They'll keep us happily updating each other with random fluffy trivia, or even serious blurbs to get us used to things. Then "pop!"

Unless everyone who's serious about looking into and dealing with this is wrong, the most important thing for the new world order to do is render us mentally incapable of doing anything about what they're doing. Let's consider the basics in the info war.

Once more people can take that initial step of sharing information in calm ways on a consistent basis, they'll provide cover-fire for even more ambitious exercises, like untangling decades of bad policy and transitioning out of it with better we ask for.


Ready to March On Ottawa yet?

Ready to poster and flyer telling everyone why?

Ready to move on taking more control over where we live?


A special report on global leaders

The rise and rise of the cognitive elite:

Brains bring ever larger rewards

The Economist | January 20, 2011 | from PRINT EDITION

WHEN the financial crisis struck, says a prominent banker, the women he knows stopped wearing jewellery. “It wasn’t just that they were self-conscious about the ostentation. It was because it didn’t look good to them any more.” He goes on: “There were blogs that had my name, my family’s names, my address. There were death threats. You’d think this could be some pimply kid in a basement, but John Lennon met some pimply kid from a basement. And the kid shot him.” ...

The clever shall inherit the earth

... Children may inherit a genetic predisposition to be intelligent. Their raw mental talents may then be nurtured better in some homes than others. Bookish parents read more to their children, use a larger vocabulary when they talk to them and prod them to do their homework. Educated parents typically earn more (see chart 3), so they can afford private schools or houses near good public ones. ...


FYI, just randomly blurting stuff in the Twitterverse won't work against this...


Bilderberg Owned Publication The Economist: Yes, Powerful “Globocrat” Elites Are Running Things, It’s Not A Conspiracy

Agenda for global centralized control system is public and out in the open

Steve Watson | | January 21, 2011

... A rather bizarre article in The Economist today addresses this power structure and far from dismissing it as a conspiracy theory, simply reaffirms the fact that “the cosmopolitan elite” do indeed “flock together” at such gatherings and elusive clubs to shape the world that the “superclass” wishes to inhabit.


A special report on global leaders

The world's water-coolers

Where the influential people meet and talk

The Economist | January 20, 2011 | from PRINT EDITION

... The world is a complicated place, with oceans of new information sloshing around. To run a multinational organisation, it helps if you have a rough idea of what is going on. It also helps to be on first-name terms with other globocrats. So the cosmopolitan elite—international financiers, bureaucrats, charity bosses and thinkers—constantly meet and talk.



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