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(Video)The Process: Mike Wallace interviews Aldous Huxley in 1958, and a prophet is allowed to speak(a little)

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I was debating whether to put this in Politics or here, but there is nothing regarding either party or any candidates, just about the survival of freedom(either way, once it hits noon Meat, please move to politics where at least there is an illusion of some serious talk). Wallace, of course, steers this in the direction the establishment wants it to go and does his best to neuter what could have been a much more amazing interview if conducted by any random free man who wasn't employed by those who were subversive to our Constitution/freedom.

 

In this interview, Huxley nails how democracy can be wrongly used to serve evil(or anything) by manipulating "The Process". Some men are ahead of their time, because some folks all these decades later still seem oblivious to this(wasting years on irrelevant details). Without talking about any party or anything divisive, he explains what we can easily notice being played out today. The only people against this knowledge would be those who seek to keep people ignorant, this is only about process, which he was obviously adept at recognizing.

 

As a young lad, I used to read debates about whether it would be Huxley or Orewell that was right, but now it's painfully obvious that both were(or as my own theory is, that the usual suspects used the processes in these mens' visions as a blueprint to help speed their long-game along). Obviously, even Huxley himself was a bit overtrusting and unaware of those who ruled us and bought into the anti-German propaganda, but that doesn't negate his brilliant insights into "The Process". Anyone who also took any university courses in law understands "procedural" vs "substantive", and this whole interview is about the process.

 

You can see that even a young Wallace, smoking a cigarette(lol), already was serving the usual suspects way back then. When Huxley lists overpopulation as one of the dangers to freedom, you can see that Wallace already had a scripted response to demonize the church saying that it leads to communism through doctrine that encourages overpopulation(even back then they were trying to slow our birthrate, while increasing it everywhere else).

 

No partisan BS here, or any agenda(at least from Huxley, "lol"), just a keen perception of neutral procedures that have been misused. Some people argue about these things now, and Huxley said it over 60 years ago, trying to warn us. Things that seem remedial to some of us now, seemed earth-shattering to Wallace back then. (His employers were aware of them, and already using them, which even Huxley seemed unaware of).

 

One doesn't need to be religious at all to see the folly that comes from failing to heed the word of the prophet, as was mentioned in the so called "old testament". There used to be a song called, "Heed The Word Of The Brother". Well, here he is:

 

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McD is the Master of The Process. Whenever I want to know more about it I google up "Sean McDermott". :niterider

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Let's for a moment assume your accusation about him being NWO was correct. Did that negate the prophetic things he said so long ago that are self-evident now?

 

Thanks for that video, I enjoyed it and agree that the NWO used both methods as a blueprint. I used to think Orewell's vision was the scarier of the 2, but having the prison controlling you from the inside now sounds scarier if you put some thought into it.

 

I challenge anyone to watch the first 5 minutes of your video and not realizing all of those things are happening now. Not sure when the video was made, but think we're now past the beginning stages that it's maker said we were in. Also a nice mention of the book "Amusing Ourselves To Death", which is what Ive said in the past many are doing(one of my favorite albums, "Amused To Death" is based off that cook combined with the epic movie 2001: A Space Odyssey...and the album itself was prophetic, written before the 1st Iraq war, and telling how war would become entertainment on the TV(which it did shortly after the album came out).

 

The original meaning of "prophet" in Biblical times was more along the lines of poet/musician than the way it is used today, but the men mentioned in your video and this post meet the more rigid definition along with the old school one.

 

Actually, harkening back to Woody's post, HC Sean McDermott in a sense is a (lesser) prophet as well. He talks about the process, and the things he speaks of generally come to pass. :)

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McD is the Master of The Process. Whenever I want to know more about it I google up "Sean McDermott". :niterider

 

If you are familiar with Game of Thrones, does that make Jim Overpay the Master of Coin? :) (actually, did that guy remind anyone a bit of Russ Brandon or am I remembering what Russ looked like wrongly? I wasnt as into following him as many on here were).

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White people and freedom are no longer welcome in america.

 

Man, I am trying to hold back tonight. You can show folks videos about how the last administration identified areas of the US that were "too white", and enacted policies to "fix" that, but I've noticed if you don't with folks on the proper wavelength, they tune the data out. I don't suppose it is my place to judge them for wanting to remain happy and passing problems on to the next generation who would be saddled with a bigger responsibility. I do suppose that some of the power of ambiguity is lost in writing as opposed to verbal presentation of that last sentence, if one has a consistent regard for punctuation one way or the other, which I just reckoned may be why the old Hebrew scriptures maintain more power with their ambiguity. Lately Ive considered if ignorance truly is bliss(literally), and if education(even if true) can be harmful to someone's state. Beliefs seem to beccome part of the ego, and seeking to change them could be seen as a type of assult.

 

A problem I have struggled reconciling is knowing how some of those beliefs got there in the first place, even if I respect the importance of an individual's subjective reality. Sometimes it seems one can move more into a dark night of the soul the more they understand, so at times I question if any of this has any meaning at all. Looking at that thinking from a worldly point of view may lead one to consider that that is just what "they" would want folks like me to think and drop the ball. But considering that many believe the material world to be an illusion(called "Maya" by some, other names by others), I again wonder how much any of it matters, other than supposedly being a relection of what is within. Ive been mocked on here before for sharing my inner struggles, but I think I've been mocked more for sharing the outter ones, so again I am uncertain what to do with the feedback, unless the only real goal is simply to blend in. I would like to experience some of the moments of clarity like Jack Parsons did(or at least it was portrayed he did) in television's "Strange Angel", and see if this True Will actually exists. I reckon it's why that "Standing Outside A Broken Phonebooth With Money In My Hand" song resonated with me, along with the soul BB King added to it.

 

I'm not preaching that others should give up withthe struggles of the outter world and saying they are without merit, just questioning everything for myself. I certainly was taught to respect those who stand up for the truth, especially for all the punishments society gives us for telling it. Maybe this is what is called the "dark night of the soul"? Should I even care any more about the constant state of distraction Huxley warned us about, or take the path of least resistence? Or drop out altogether like Timothy Leary taught?

 

I cetrainly don't want to discourage anyone's right to self-preservation, but if your group tries to do it, you do realize you risk getting labeled as a "racist", right? When thinking of worldly matters, I do wonder why more people do not question why that is the case. Believe it or not, it was actually an email from The Range about a thread with the documentary Hellstorm in it, that led me down the rabbit hole on these matters. When you learn your country wasn't always playing the role of good guys, it can really alter your world view. But what really did it was a suggested video after it, TGSNT(before it was banned). Anyhow, never let it be said that the Range can't lead to someone having an awakening.

 

Now back to your regularly scheduled distractions.

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