There were two different NWO concepts presented to humanity in the early twentieth century, the Orwellian version via the book “1984”, and the “Brave New World” version, presented by Aldous Huxley; most people do not realize that they represent two seemingly different versions of the NWO. The Orwellian version is what the “truth movement” is focusing on, and what the East vs West dialectic between the BRICS and the Fed is intended to solve. The so-called “Event” is meant to overthrow the Orwellian NWO, however, when it is overthrown, we’ll receive the version presented to us in a “Brave New World”, which is a soft control based in mind control, medication, technology, and the indulgence of our fleshly desires. We’ll have everything we think we want and need in this Utopian version of the NWO, and that’s exactly how they planned it.
The Orwellian State is the funnel that herds the masses into Huxley’s Brave New World; far from competitive ideas, they are actually complimentary to one another. The two versions of NWO fit comfortably within the Hegelian Dialectic, where our fear of the 1984 scenario is the problem, our resistance to the Orwellian police state is our reaction, while the Brave New World is their final solution — the synthesis of their plans for a centralized communitarian world government. Are you ready to accept their Brave New World, their planned Utopian society that is free from the sin of individuality?
~Nathan & Aline
by Jon Rappoport | March 28, 2014
From my work-in-progress, The Magician Awakes, here is a relevant quote:
“The modern assumption is, each person’s consciousness is connected to every other person’s consciousness. And following from that, enlightenment comes from seeing the connection and surrendering to it.
“The truth is, we are talking about theater. You can take on a role, you can ‘become’ someone else, just as an actor slips into character in a play. But you can also put aside that role. There is nothing final about it.
“On a political level, the idea that we are all one unity is just another corrupt piece of propaganda, intentionally promoted to convince people that their individual independence is a delusion.
“And on a personal level, many, many people are all too eager to lay down their own power, to stop exploring what that power is really capable of, to short-circuit that power and instead join up with an Image of ‘all consciousness.’”
“Every one belongs to every one else” is a quote from Huxley’s novel, Brave New World. Is this slogan a genuine humanitarian effort on the part of the State, or a weapon directed at the individual?
The answer in the novel is given by the characterof the “Director”:
“…at last the child’s mind is these suggestions, and the sum of the suggestions is the child’s mind. And not the child’s mind only. The adult’s mind too—all his life long. The mind that judges and desires and decides—made up of these suggestions. But all these suggestions are our suggestions!”
The State is the shaper, the groomer, the proponent of all-encompassing mind control.
In our time, such phrases as “it takes a village,” “you didn’t build that,” and “we have to break through our kind of private idea that kids belong to their parents or kids belong to their families, and recognize that kids belong to their communities” are suggestions pumped out by the State and its allies.
There are millions of people who resemble the naïve citizens of Brave New World, who accept the above communitarian sentiments as genuine and true and even messianic.
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