In the Wild

Socialism and Communitarianism

TL;DR: For those who don’t already know what a fraud ‘climate change’, ‘global warming’, geoengineering, sustainable development etc. is, simply check out the Club of Rome – Ultimate Collection, perhaps beginning with The First Global Revolution: A Report by the Council of the Club of Rome (1991)… To dramatically accelerate your learning curve, grab yourself a copy of Patrick Wood’s Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation (2015) – and maybe even circulate a few copies too!

“socialism and communitarianism”

The former being particulate matter on the giant downward (brown) “snow”ball (a disservice to snow – but then, Bertrand Russell et al like to cite “Anaxagoras maintained that snow is black”) that is the latter…

“First, we have an article on carbon capture…”

– Cool, I’ll check it out! Thanks for the other links and info too!

“Will it change anything If it continues to be financed?
We really will never know.”

– Yes, it will change things – but only for the worse… If this statement is not a corollary of Murphy’s law, then it should be… Perhaps I should be credited with coining it, and if so, I might call it ‘Hinkley’s Razor’…

“In a scientific dictatorship (i.e. technocracy) everything changes everything – but only for the worse…”

Hinkley’s Razor

…with allusion to Jacques Ellul’s words concerning razors with regard to ‘progress’ and perhaps an additional pun being that the ‘razor’ cuts both (dialectical) ways…

“There is a carbon capture facility developed by rigorous R&D funding programs which prove Co2 can make plants grow. This big machine employs a few and feeds how many?Backyard gardens feed everyone with a backyard garden..”

‘Funny’ how everything (everyone) is fine… and then along come the technocrats – and suddenly we hear of nothing but ‘crises crises everywhere!’
Enter: The Predicament of Mankind [gasp!]…

In 1970, [Club of Rome founder] Aurelio Peccei’s vision was laid out in a document written by Hasan Özbekhan, Erich Jantsch, and Alexander Christakis. Entitled, The Predicament of Mankind; Quest for Structured Responses to Growing Worldwide Complexities and Uncertainties: A PROPOSAL. The document would serve as the roadmap for the LTG project.

Source: Wikipedia

Irreconcilable problems abound, they tell us – but never fear, for they are also here, in benevolent philanthropic fashion, to save the otherwise catastrophic day… Never mind (no really, never mind… cuz according to them, it never happened) the endless gaslighting of the fact that there was no problem, nor perception thereof, until they showed up on-scene, bearing false witness, and shouting in empirical “all that can be believed are the endless parade of big lies we incessantly flaunt right in front of your faces” (Marxist) dialectical materialist fashion… Nothing like trusting in the proclaimed salvation of, and giving oneself over into the hands of the same Stockholm Syndrome kidnapper who created the alleged crisis… And who better to save us…? After all, who knows the alleged problems better than those who engineer and orchestrate them…? “You’re helpless… utterly powerless, and you can’t save yourself. But don’t worry, I’ll save you! I’m the only one who knows the way out of the kidnapper’s lair!” Of course – he’s the kidnapper! It’s astonishing to me how many people cannot see that the same people who cause the ‘problems’ and foment ‘reactions’, also offer the so-called ‘solutions’ – and like every successful arsonist, they all seem to know; “You never want a serious crisis to go to waste…”

‘Funny’ too how seemingly effectively technocrats can gaslight reality and suppress the truth – case in point: CO2 “can make plants grow”. “Didn’t we all learn about this in grade school…?” I keep wondering to myself – and sometimes aloud… Technocrats, in order to maintain hegemony of… all things… must engineer (perceived) scarcity of… all things… and subsequently refer to said engineered scarcity (perception) – whether real or imagined – including of course, and perhaps above all, the ‘basic building blocks of life’… But don’t worry, they have a patented copyrighted counterfeit – er, new & improved substitute that’ll work much better – that is, until it doesn’t. But don’t worry, because they have a new & improved substitute for that too… It is after all, an infinite recursive loop of new & improved technocratic (Marxist dialectical materialist) perfection… The ‘perfectibilists’: here to save us all from ourselves – by destroying us all, in their eternal quest to plunge us all into utter chaos and ultimate depravity… I digress…

If people only understood the the alleged ‘climate crisis’ was nothing more than a put-up job by the Club of Rome (a la The First Global Revolution (1991) by Alexander King and Bertrand Schneider, which was based on The Limits to Growth (1972)) in order to usher in their grand [not] utopian vision of a new, ‘resource-based’ international economic order… once again starving the world, in this case of life, breath, air, water, etc. in true eugenicist fashion, in order to: engineer (perceived) scarcity (‘problem’) → foment crisis (‘reaction’) → ensure greater hegemonic dominance (‘solution’)…

Because of the sudden absence of traditional enemies, new enemies must be identified. … In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill….All these dangers are caused by human intervention, and it is only through changed attitudes and behavior that they can be overcome. The real enemy then, is humanity itself. … The fundamental need is to reduce carbon dioxide emission… [emphasis added]

The First Global Revolution (1991)

From Wikipedia:

The First Global Revolution is a book written by Alexander King and Bertrand Schneider, and published by Pantheon Books in 1991. The book follows up the earlier 1972 work-product from the Club of Rome titled The Limits to Growth. The tagline of “The First Global Revolution” is, A Report by the Council of the Club of Rome. The book was intended as a blueprint for the 21st century putting forward a strategy for world survival at the onset of what they called the world’s first global revolution.


That’s all – just a (brown) snow job… and again, the brown snow – a la Anaxagoras – strikes… and there is seemingly no end to the data they’ll torture – until the flatulent cows come home, apparently – to support their lies, damn lies, and statistics in order to bolster their sales pitch… I think it’s high time we all grabbed a copy of Patrick Wood’s Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation (2015) – and maybe even circulated a few copies too!

As you know, there’s more, like; The New Silk Road, Agenda 2030 as a continuation of Agenda 21, Transhumansim → Posthumanism (or ‘posthumous man-ism’ and the ultimate eulogizing of Man?) → The Singularity (i.e. the extinction of Man), the 2045 Strategic Social Initiative, and so on… But this is perhaps all time (or attention?) will allow for the time being…