There's a new meme emerging in the directed history narrative of the oligarchs, according to the Daily Bell, and this one is worth considering:

The New Meme of Open Borders

What troubles me here, as it probably troubles you, and quite apparently troubles the staff of The Daily Bell, is the implicit though unstated question: what, really, is driving this insane quest for one unified global government by the western oligarchs? Just pause and consider, if you think your government now - whether it be in Madrid, Berlin, Moscow, Paris, London - is unresponsive and not the slightest bit concerned with the good of the people it claims to govern, then imagine a global one. Stop and think how well the U.N. represents your locality...

So again, the question is: Why? Why, beyond the insane lust for power that seems to be the only motivating characteristic of these people. What could justify, in their minds, such a global lock down?  Well, the elites have been telling us, and telling us for some time now: a threat from "out there," whether or not that threat be real or not is beside the point.

But the Daily Bell points out the crucial impediment to the globaloney plans of the elites: what culture does it seek to emplace? Without some common unifying culture to hold the thing together, the only thing that will is force, and force always and ultimately fails as glue for a culture. Religion, of course, has functioned thus far in human history as a cultural glue, but how would one amalgamate Islam, Judaism, Sikhism, Jainism, Hinduism, Taoism, Confucianism, Buddhism, Atheism, Christianity, Agnosticism...on and on we could go.

Of course, questions like this have already occurred to the elites and they probably already have their privately circulated "position papers" carefully read, annotated, and stored away in wall safes.  We've seen the results thus far: the "cultural diversity" meme and the need for "tolerance" and even promotion of foreign cultures in one's own land. But I suggest that this can only be an interim phase, a phase deliberately designed to create a strategy of cultural tension for an eventual "clash of civilizations," and I rather suspect that the elites already have targeted the cultures and civilizations they want to repress or absorb into something else.

The question is, what will that something else be?

We can bank (no pun intended), on at least what form it will take, if human history thus far has been any indicator: it will require a "special message," with an authorized group of people to interpret and preserve that message. Part of that message will probably be an updated version of the caste system of Hinduism, with due bows and scrapes before the meme of sacrifice.

Utterly anathema to that agenda will be any concept or meme that has a place for the individual, that questions messages and memes, and most importantly, sanctioned oligarchies and authorities.

But for the present, when you hear about "diversity" and even about "tightening the borders," my intuition tells me that the real goal is to increase the strategy of tension, to produce deliberate internal cultural collapse. It will therefore require the utmost attention to pick the emerging signals of the "new culture to be" out of the elitist noise.

See you on the flip side.

Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Miguel on May 10, 2013 at 8:51 pm

    What worries me is not so much the possibility of one world-government, but rather the prospect of such monolithic structure being run without the factional infighting within each individual country that we have had for centuries.

    A one-government / one-faction world calling the shots would spell the end of freedom as we have known it; purely emerging from power group factional in-fighting.

  2. Robert Barricklow on May 10, 2013 at 5:47 pm

    The corporate/person fiction along with the gold/money fiction is an elitist activity that is incorporated in all their manifestations; media, organizations, secret societies, governments. A list that is everbunny-ready present – even in the polluted/chem-trail air we breath; the chemical/radiated waters we drink; the genetically, irradiadiate foods we eat; and the radon, asbestose structures of a betrayed camera-infested landscape.
    This is no news flash, just a zuruckpatinieren – a fancy word for rubbing “them” with a brick.
    (hey, i i’ve been wanting to use that word for some time now.)

    • Robert Barricklow on May 10, 2013 at 5:52 pm

      Meant as reply to Elm’s post.
      My lame exuse?
      Once again, I’am outside the box.

  3. DownunderET on May 10, 2013 at 2:28 pm

    “with an authorized group of people to interpret and preserve that message”

    Oh brother, wouldn’t the Vatican be a candidate for this worldly job.

    You only have to read “Yahweh The Two Faced God” to understand to intended “design” to get religions at each others throats. To try and “merge’ cultures and religion is insane, but these elites just don’t get it.

    You just have to wonder WHY they are still trying to get this un-getable, one world government, off the launching pad.

  4. Hammer on May 10, 2013 at 12:33 pm

    Well their “position papers” you can throw in the waste basket if I could. This is the same stuff we`ve been living through as long as I know of. As long as somebody doesn`t make the differences in religions an issue, most people have accepted that different ethnicities have different beliefs. But the one thing I have noticed in my almost sixty years here is that people accepted other faiths, in my short time at least. Until now.anyway. What my gut level reaction to this whole thing is tied in with disclosure,continuing strief between the main religions to demonize them and use disclosure as a means for ushering in a new, universal one world new religion. That is what I imagine what was probably written in those “position papers”. But it will be a religion of bankers. And may God help us gain the freedom from fear to reject it.

    • LSM on May 10, 2013 at 3:03 pm

      Hi Hammer-

      hope things are going well for you in “big, bad” Berlin-

      so let’s break down the concept of religion and disclosure; religions are themselves a past ‘disclosure’ of some sort: wow, presto-chango, an invisible man in the sky who can’t deal with money and therefore demands more of it in the Abrahamic religions in order to save our souls-

      now enter ‘ET’ disclosure (hey, wouldn’t doubt their existence but at least the Grays, Reptilians, Lower Slobobians, etc. don’t demand money from us)-

      official “disclosure” will only occur when people will surrender their last semblance of a brain to money changers-

      it’s just my own personal, cheap opinion but I think we’ve never been alone on this planet- so why haven’t the benevolent/malevolent entities refrained from either attacking/defending us?- could it be they have another concept of time (a figment of our conscious minds) than we do?- as the saying goes: “time does not exist; clocks exist”- definitely food for thought- and enough for now on my part-

      take care- regards-


  5. marcos toledo on May 10, 2013 at 8:34 am

    The Elites have been going around the world destroying every culture they have ever met. Their idea of paradise is either the Borg Collective or Zardoz zombies or starving slaves serving their narcissistic masters.

  6. Frankie Calcutta on May 10, 2013 at 7:36 am

    The best way to eradicate a religion or the worship of a particular God or set of Gods is to upend the worshippers with war, strife, famine, pestilence, or whatever will make them bemoan their fate and question the benevolence and personal relationship they have with their God(s). If they feel their Gods have failed them in their time of need then they most likely will be ready to shop around for a new God/religion. I imagine the name of the elite’s position paper in this regard would be: ” War and Deprivation: The Tools for New Religion Receptivity.”

    An example would be the Mahabharata war in India which waylaid the continent and killed millions. When it was over the Vedic religion and the Rig Veda gods were, for the most part, replaced by Hinduism with its Krishna (Yahweh) worship.

    On that note, don’t confuse the reprehensible Hindu caste system with the caste system of the ancient Vedic people which allowed for free movement based on aptitude and inclination. The restoration of the spiritually based Vedic culture would be my answer to a global replacement culture and I wouldn’t rule this possibility out. It was the last great global culture and its most ancient secret society is still the most skillful, most patient, and has the most foresight.

  7. Sagnacity on May 10, 2013 at 6:25 am

    The US’s border was open until the 1920s. That worked well enough.

    The Daily Bell needs to stop worshiping private property, that’s not the only relevant thing in the world.

  8. QuietRiot on May 10, 2013 at 5:59 am

    I attended a conference last year on the topic of identity management technology. There was a presenter from Stanford talking about his view that the future was all about the hive, the group, and looking to bellwethers for alignment. There was no room whatsoever for the individual.

    I pointed this out to him and he said, “the individual is obsolete.”

    It was a horrifying talk. Oh, and I forgot to mention that he was from Austria.

    • bdw000 on May 10, 2013 at 6:18 am

      Thanks for the report.

      And by the way, what kind of person (what job do you have?) attends a conference about “identity management technology: ????

      I’m sure the answer is an important part of the report . . . .

    • Margaret on May 10, 2013 at 8:05 am

      We have met the Borg and he is us … to paraphrase Pogo …

    • Robert Barricklow on May 10, 2013 at 8:18 am

      The individual has been assimulated.

      Yes, Margaret.
      I laughed, thinking of the Borg, as I read QuietRiot’s post.

      • Margaret on May 10, 2013 at 11:45 am

        Not to cast a cloud over your day, but did you see Rappoport’s blog yesterday? ‘Every television newscast is a staged event’ … The remedy is to keep laughing at the absurdity of it all 😉

        • Robert Barricklow on May 10, 2013 at 2:21 pm

          I’ve already crossed the Rubicon in regards to newscasts. But I’am definately going to read Rappoport’s blog from yesterday. I did watch RT’s Truthseekers “Presstitutes” video just to get my antidote dose of “news” I will watch.
          Thanks again Margaret for the tip on Rappoport & your remedy is delicious,
          in that it works all too well.

        • Robert Barricklow on May 10, 2013 at 6:52 pm

          (checking box more carefully)
          went to article, then blog, then signed up for email, and then went to his video.
          I hate to I say it, …but.

          This guy’s video came across like a Earl Scheib Psychic paint job, that goes waaay beyond $29.95. And his “art” spiel,
          is darkness personfied. Of course, he is talking about some dark elements.

          I’ll stick to his print form.

          • Margaret on May 10, 2013 at 7:09 pm

            article? video? art spiel? did you stumble into the twilight zone?
            blog is here:

          • Robert Barricklow on May 11, 2013 at 9:11 am

            Actually I did stumble off the itenerey path, past the signpost, Margaret.
            I looked into his Matrix Revealed & Exit From the Matrix. It is a “program” that “hepls” one with their viewpoint. Hense my comment.
            He is a great source of info. i will read his blogs for information & deep analysis. I just had an immediate adverse reaction to the above “matrix”. Then when I played his video, he got into with the “black arts”. His presentaion, in the “video” medium, was another turn-off to me. i debated whether to offend, or not offend some who enjoy in work in ALL mediums. I chose to speak my mind.
            Mr. Rapppoport contributes enormously; with his research, analysis, and his spirit for “truth”. It’s just that i can’t stomach his methods – specifically, in regards to his “Matrix” medium.
            Otherwise, i’am on the “same page”, so-to-speak.

    • Elm on May 10, 2013 at 3:33 pm

      The original motto & unalienable claims of the American colonials was, the human rights to life, liberty & property. A pursuit of “happiness” was introduced & substituted for property by Thomas Jefferson.

      Without the unalienable right of man to private property – which includes a prior & superior claim to the produce of his labor, all other rights are forfeit. All free men own their labor, from which wages are created. So, the basic struggle extending back into antiquity, is over whether labor creates its own wage, or whether it is a cost of doing business – a liability to the capital & wealth of the Land”Lord’s,” or a private capital asset of labor & the free man who agrees to exchange his labor in a value for value fair trade for wages.
      The maxim is… Servants are “REWARDED” some more, some less, for compliance & obedience to MASTERS, whereas masters are compensated fairly for the wealth & private capital his labor embodies.

      These two preceding economic perspectives, one predicated upon the feudalistic notions or ideology of Thomas Malthus, & as Eustace Mullins brings forth in his 1984 book, THE WORLD ORDER: A Study In The Hegemony of Parasitism,” in a reference to economic ideologist David Ricardo who coined the “Law of Wages” which states that “workers must be limited to a bare subsistence wage, the amount controlled by taxation.”

      Ricardo, also reports Mullins, also regarded workers as mere producers of “labor time,” a theory which Marx adopted as basic to his concept of labor. Further Mullins explains, “It (the “labor time” pretext) embodies the classic parasitic view that the host exists only to produce sustenance for the parasite, and has no right to the products or gains of his own labor.” So, based upon Ricardo’s thinking & Malthus after him, the Corporate Interface is the equivalent of a parasite & all labor thereby employed its food.

      Labor is deprived of its dignity when it becomes detached from its proper owner, wherein the relationship between labor & its wage is surreptitiously inverted to depict labor as a demand upon the capital or wealth of another. Indeed, the dignity of man & his labor is predicated upon this first principle – that labor creates its own wage – that a man’s labor is his most intimate form of private capital through which he may create & provide for himself, his family & community, the basic necessities & desires of his existence, by & through which he a his fellow man may lead a dignified existence.

      So this, a prior, superior & unalienable right to one’s fair wage – i.e., a man’s labor is “worth its salt” or “salary” in just, fair compensation, is foundational to all social, economic & political freedom & even justice itself. The current Corporate System is Malthusian – a Feudalistic Corporate Collective comprised of Like Interests who agree not to compete to an exclusion of all others. Basically, commensurate with the asinine Rockefeller maxim that “competition is a sin,” a Cartel or Monopoly over all means of producing wealth & a transference of energy in any form, including labor through which man is deprived of his most fundamental right to both his dignity & self-determination. As Mullins explains, “The Malthusian System” is “parasitical.”

      Ricardo’s so-called “Law of Wages” must be revisited & amended to reflect a just relationship between labor & wages, that all labor creates its own wage – that wages are not a cost, but an asset to the production of all wealth for which labor is entitled to a fair apportionment.

      As an aside, remember how we were all going to enjoy increased leisure time because of the once widely touted arrival of the benefits of modern technology & mechanization – that machines would free labor to pursue more meaningful lives & intellectual pursuits enjoined with increased family time etc – that the work week would be shortened & there would be wealth & abundance for all? Well, this was before a Corporatization of the economic terrain & an introduction of the parasitical mechanism of the Malthusian Corporate Interface which pirates & defames labor as a cost of doing business, whilst in ever fantastic amounts firing it out the Corporate Backside as Profit to the “Land”Lord’s.” In such an economic mad house of economic servitude, schizophrenia reigns supreme – that one should provide one’s labor defined & treated as a “liability” in a production of wealth whilst simultaneously being made to feel guilty & beholding for receiving one’s wage. In the Malthusian System producers of wealth are trained to perceive their labor as so much trash & employers as reluctant & begrudging benefactors.

      The engine of all economic endeavor, is philosophy. With minor adjustments, like in his proposals for land ownership etc., American born economic philosopher Henry George offers insightful & promising alternatives in his book Progress & Poverty.

      Under no circumstances must Corporations be permitted to own land. Land ownership must be restricted to natural or naturalized human citizens, and its quantity per man or family also limited. Corporate Fictions must also be denied both CORPORATE PERSONHOOD & CITIZENSHIP. We can no longer afford to maintain our current toxic Malthusian reference point of mutual predation & exploitation. The Malthusian Compass is defective & an iceberg looms in the darkness of its well orchestrated obfuscations.

      • LSM on May 11, 2013 at 8:06 am

        “The original motto & unalienable claims of the American colonials was, the human rights to life, liberty & property. A pursuit of “happiness” was introduced & substituted for property by Thomas Jefferson”- you’re absolutely right, Elm- the founding fathers of the US (the richest men in the country) had to find a way to get the populace to fight their war of separation for them simply because the founding fathers were the most heavily taxed by the British Crown-


        • Robert Barricklow on May 11, 2013 at 10:26 am

          Also the British East India Company monopolized markets like Cotton.
          Benjamin Franklin said in his autobiography/The colonies would gladly have borne the little tax on tea and other matters had not England took away from the colonies their money, which created unemployment and dissatisfaction. The inability of the colonist to get power to issue their own money permanently out out the hands of King George III and the International Bankers was the PRIME Reason for the American Revolutionary War

          • Elm on May 11, 2013 at 8:44 pm

            I’m wondering about any connections between the British North American Company & The Knights of The Golden Circle.

            It seems The Knights were intent upon securing a monopoly over a production of cotton, sugar & tobacco supported by slave labor of both black & indigenous peoples.

            The “Golden” Circle referred to an region encompassing an approximately 2,500 mile perimeter, which would have included Mexico, Central America & The West Indies, along with slave and anticipated but contested future slave states in the West.

            Apparently, both Albert Pike as well as Texan Sam Houston were associated with, or members of The Knights. But of course, due to Lincoln’s strong opposition to slavery, for which he was cajoled & supported by radical anti-slavery factions in the North, this set Lincoln on a collision course with The Knights & their economic Interests.

            It seems plausible, The Knights would have been collaborating with British Interests & benefiting from British backing militarily, which would have definitely included London Banking Interests who would have gained financially from such a Cartel in such labor intensive commodities sustained BY slavery.

            The prime focus of Lincoln’s administration was two-fold, to prevent an expansion of slavery into newly admitted states, & to preserve the Union in the face of forces dedicated to is division for their own interests, primarily exploitation & control. Beyond Lincoln’s immediate struggle to preserve the union, his long term goal was to preserve both the economic & political sovereignty of the constitutional republic. So, in Lincoln’s mind, a states constitutional right to secede was secondary to a defense of America in the face of an external enemy who sought to Capitalize upon America’s dissolution.

            To preserve the union in the face of forces both external & internal anathema to a continuance of the constitutional republic, Lincoln was willing to mitigate a demand for a ban on slavery within states in which slavery was already in operation. The point is this, the South’s constitutional claim to the right of secession was superseded by a nation’s right of survival in the face of an external aggressor operating clandestinely through an internal accomplice. To say the least, the Banksters believed they had it in the bag, except for the Russian Tsar, who was responsible for thwarting an invasion of the North from Canada, as in 1812.

            Make no mistake, Lincoln was anti-slavery to a tee, whether white or black. But as politics so often require, Lincoln was compelled to maneuver between radical pro & anti-slavery elements in the South & North respectively. Like walking a tight rope, Lincoln, in his attempt to reconcile the nation unto itself, could afford to fall neither slavery nor anti-slavery. His attempt at diplomacy caved after the South fired on Ft. Sumter. In my view, Lincoln was not anti-South & the Civil conflict between brothers wounded him deeply.

            Like Jefferson Davis, Lincoln was a constitutionalist. However, British Agents exploited slavery as the thin edge of the wedge to divide & destroy the fledgling republic. The outcome of the Civil conflict was intended to produce a destruction of BOTH the South & the North as a constitutional form of government of, by & for the people, and a return to her status as a British colony. For his defeat of the South in Battle, which also meant a defeat of British finance, it was decided Lincoln had to be “removed.”

            The jist was this. Without Lincoln’s removal, the London Bankster Cartel would have not only lost their anticipated grasp on the future fortunes of the North, but also would have forfeit their considerable investments in the South. To make a long story short, this eventually led to The Act of 1871, which formed the Legal structure for the Capital District of Columbia, through which all Americans, both black & white, were caused to enter into a drastically more obfuscated & sophisticated form of economic servitude, covert rather than overt.

          • Robert Barricklow on May 12, 2013 at 8:30 am

            Thanks for your input, on the above, Elm. I learn more about the under currents, working below the radar, as your posts, clearly inform. There is no doubt about the power of a private monopoly on money, and the subsequent subterfuge provided, in the “laws”, that cement “the organizational scheme” of things.
            Not much is made, or given “ink” given, to the true meaning of “organized”.
            You hit a nerve here, in that, this points to such an “organization”; but the tell-tale signs are hidden.
            Yet the hidden(organized) hand is at play.

            Thanks again, Elm for your posts.

      • Robert Barricklow on May 11, 2013 at 10:39 am

        Elm, recently even that highly-establishment-trained economist Paul Krugman, in a post titled “Rise of the Robots”, said that the prime cause of income inequality will be: capital vs. labor. In their economic-speak the increase in the share of income going to capital is known as capital-based technological change. The entire population as workers are slowly but surely being stripped of their human capital.
        Just as the battlefield commander is being replaced by sophisticated algorithms, as those commanders are, afterall, human, and thus the weak link in the-kill-chain; so are the CEOs themselves, beginning to be thought of as: obsolete.

        • Robert Barricklow on May 11, 2013 at 11:00 am

          capital vs. labor known as Capital-Biased Technological Change.

        • Elm on May 11, 2013 at 9:21 pm

          American economic philosopher Henry George, in his 1879 treatise on economy, Progress & Poverty, places rent, which today would include Corporate Profit, in direct competition with interest & labor.

          In 1879, George observed… When wages & interest are low, rent, & today profit too, would be high. Not much has changed, except the technology & Corporatization of the economic terrain, whereby “rent” has given way to include Profit or extortion through a Private/Pirate interest bearing currency & Corporate Interface, accruing to the benefit of the “Land”lord’s.”

          Rather than “old world” feudalism, today we have New World Order (or old world odor) Feudalism – The first predicated upon Land”Lord’s” & serfs, the latter upon the Corporate Interface & “employees.” Today’s employees are the equivalent of yesterday’s serfs. They share almost an identical Legal Status & Commecial Status as plantation workers. Whereas masters own their labor & are “compensated,” servants do not & are “rewarded” more or less for compliance. The operative words herein are, “compensated” verses “rewarded.” To inculcate qualities of self-mastery, one should get in the habit of refusing all “rewards” – “awards” yes, but “rewards” definately not. A master of self & a master of none – new motto.

          The problem comes when labor & it’s wage is obfuscated, construed or defined as a draw, demand or call upon capital. To be sure, labor & its wage is NEVER a demand upon the capital or wealth of another. All labor creates or produces its own wage or capital, no matter at which stage of a production of wealth labor is applied. All free men are well worth their salt (salary), whereas a slave has no salt to begin with.

          To the contrary, a slave is in a deficit salt position before he even labors, because his labor & wage are a “cost” to the Capital of the Land”Lord,” rather than an asset of a production of wealth & the capital belonging to the man in & of his own right. Economic servitude is predicated upon this fundamental inversion between labor & its wage, that rather than a liability to the capital or wealth of another, all labor produces its own wage.

          • Robert Barricklow on May 12, 2013 at 8:38 am

            I only wish more people knew this in their bones.
            Too many are taken in by the dogma of “free trade” & “free markets”. They are the modern day religion de jure.
            And profit is their God.
            Ironically, it serves “they’re “interst($)”!
            In more ways than one.

          • Elm on May 12, 2013 at 6:41 pm

            Indeed, “free trade” and so-called “free markets,” are euphemisms designed to grease the gears of Corporate Feudalism, not facilitate fair trade between human beings.

            “Free” & “trade” in practice & substance, means a controlled flow of goods & services between & to the benefit of a non-competing Community of Like Interests – a Cartel. Also, the “Market” has nothing to do with people, other than their exploitation & an appropriation of their labor & natural raw materials.

            People have been conditioned into accepting an obfuscated meaning of common terms, like “person” for instance, which for Legal purposes does not mean a human being, man or woman, but an Administraive Fiction totally devoid of human content. So language has been extensively manipulated & adulterated to confuse common perceptions. Ancient Babylon is symbolic of a confusion of meanings within the same language, and far more “sophisticated” than most people can suspect.

          • Robert Barricklow on May 13, 2013 at 1:03 pm

            Yes Elm, many of “our” political perceptions are shaped by culturally prefigured templates implanted in our minds without consciuos awareness. Indeed, to become culturally aware is not only an act of self-education; it has become an act of self-detense.
            The goal of these “free” markets/trade is fot transnationals to become poised above the sovereign power of any paricular nation, while being served by the sovereign powers of all nations.

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