A short German climate change propaganda film was recently produced and subsequently pulled, in the face of popular outrage:
‘My grandma is an old environmental pig’ by UN Extinction
In case you’ve yet to hear about it, here’s a charming video of a re-worded German children’s song recently released by Cologne radio station WDR, in which an all-girl choir berates their grandmothers for being ‘old environmental pig(s)’. Make sure you watch it until the end, where the girls creepily mime along to a recording of Saint Greta declaring “we will not let you get away with this.”
How We Live highlights the evolution of the man-made climate change/demonisation of CO2 scam from the UNCED conference in 1992 but its birth was heralded by the Report from Iron Mountain in 1966. Like the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion and Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars, the Report is alleged to be a forgery but, as with the other two documents, it clearly explains what has transpired since.
Report from Iron Mountain: How War Will Be Replaced By Environmental Destruction To Traumatize Humanity by
Report from Iron Mountain; Using fear to make people subservient to government.
The UN Intergovernmental Panel for Climate Change (IPCC) was created in 1988 as the “authority” on man-made climate change and underpins the fabrication of the climate crisis to justify one world government and the new world order. The IPCC fabricated the illusory consensus on global warming within the academic gulag. The “consensus” was then reinforced by politics, media, business, finance and numerous NGOs, many of which contributed spurious information to add to the false narrative. In spite of this overwhelming effort to inculcate the notion of a climate crisis, too many sceptics remained, even in the face of being called “climate deniers”.
What was to be done? “Grass roots activism” needed to be mobilised and arguably, the Occupy movement was the prelude, leading, in time, to Extinction Rebellion, the full symphony. In order to cement the notion of crisis within the mainstream of society, the young needed to be energised – older, wiser heads were to be sidelined; hence the roll-out of propaganda in schools and beyond and the Greta Thunberg public relations exercise. Inter-generational war is here.
Social engineering of the human cattle goes back much deeper and further, into the atomisation of families, dislocation from natural neighbourhood and community, and the ever encroaching power of the state over the individual. Through public education, competition, monetisation and bureaucratisation of relationships and transactions, human circles of trust have been decimated.
Popular culture is a major platform for social engineering. The generations that lived through WW2 were fed a diet of TV and aspirational consumerism, turning them away from universal truths, which have sustained humans (albeit corrupted and manipulated by religious hierarchy) for millennia, towards materialism. Their children rebelled in the 1960s revolution which was, of course, choreographed; it was quickly subsumed into the hedonistic celebrity culture of greed. Their children, in turn revolted against packaged, engineered pop culture with the rise of “punk”; inevitably, that too was infiltrated, colonised and subsumed into the mainstream – many former icons of dissent are now revered as celebrities across society.
The millennial generation is now plugged into the matrix through social media and all manner of digital devices but the real force behind the final phase of our enslavement is the “climate change” movement which is in lock-step with the Structural Elite agenda and embraced across society and the political economy.
It’s embraced by the banksters – Mark Carney, outgoing Bank of England Governor and incoming United Nations special envoy for climate action and finance, likened the climate crisis to a financial crisis and says action by the financial sector to help tackle the issue is absolutely necessary – and across all the levers of power including the fabricated “grass roots” movement of Extinction Rebellion.
There is no rebellion. True rebellion would be the rejection of authority and refusal to participate in our enslavement and demise. That requires a shift in human perception. In Critical Thinking, we often talked of resonance and the unseen forces driving growing awareness. Lo and behold, as I came towards the end of writing this article, our co-creative learning practice put this latest video from James Corbett into my Twitter notifications. I can’t express what’s needed better.
Episode 371 – Going Viral
So what does it mean to “go viral” anyway? No, no, no. What does it really mean? Join James for a philosophical exploration of memes, virality and the body politic on this edition of The Corbett Report podcast.
In the context of Les Gilets Jaunes protests in France, we produced a strategy for resistance which contained ideas to foment an embryonic alternative to the current abusive and destructive political economy. In essence, we need to withdraw consent to be abused by creating alternative systems and relationships within human circles of trust, intermediated and shared via the distributed network of the internet. We need to unite in this effort, across the generations, rather than allow ourselves to be divided by false narratives created for our enslavement.