Updated 2019 04 20, to add links to related articles.
Conspiracy theories vs reality, is there a large difference between the two? Not all conspiracy theories are bunk, or, not all programs for social engineering are conspiracies. The powerful do not need to conspire. They just do. There is a number of things at play that prove that there is a single formula. For example, one is the program of replacing the traditional scientific method with post-modern science. The constant search for the truth and for refining it is being replaced with a politically-correct consensus.
Here is how Richard Feynman, whom some consider the greatest mind to come along since Albert Einstein, describes the scientific method.
In general we look for a new law by the following process. First we guess it. Then we compare the consequences of the guess to see what would be implied if this law that we guessed is right. Then we compare the result of the computation to nature, with experiment or experience, compare it directly with observation, to see if it works. If it disagrees with experiment it is wrong. In that simple statement is the key to science. It does not make any difference how beautiful your guess is. It does not make any difference how smart you are, who made the guess, or what his name is – if it disagrees with experiment it is wrong.
— Richard Feynman
If we all agree without making sure that what we agree on is correct, then we don’t need to be right, whereas only a single correct statement or paradigm will shatter the strongest and most unshakable consensus based on the most beautiful and convincing beliefs.
Visit http://www.wattsupwiththat.com to get a better understanding of how the sciences are being affected by that, as you will be able to quote many prominent scientists, rather than having to take my word for it. I have no academic credentials (which I find to be a great advantage for what do, as I did not have to laboriously deprogram myself to get rid of indoctrination received as a student). Go to the blog of Anthony Watts, the most popular science blog in the world, and search, for example, for “post modern science” or for “consensus”. To narrow down the search results, you may wish to add “grants” and “peer review” or “crony” or “funding” to the search string (use or omission of the quotation marks will vary the search results).
Neo-Malthusianism drives post-modern science and science by consensus. It is the belief that everything is relative, that nothing absolute exists or determines anything, that subjective perceptions trump objective reality, that the availability of resources grows linearly and population geometrically, thereby ostensibly causing the dilemma that population will outgrow resources. That belief has been proven to be false, time and again. Still, science by consensus has prevented the truth from making any inroads with those in the grip of their Malthusian world view. Their world view, not reality, justifies the promotion of an agenda for population-control that will reduce the world-population down to a billion – 300 million people.
That is just one aspect. The other, related one is the conditioning of the world population to accept the premise of neo-Malthusianism and to eagerly seek, and to coöperate in, its own destruction.
Antonio Gramsci (the leader of the Italian Communist party during Mussolini’s time) proposed that a global socialist regime cannot be created without systematically invading and subverting all social institutions from within, even our churches and families, thereby to eradicate the traditional Christian cultural hegemony that caused the communist conquest of the world to stall after World War I.
The Frankfurt School went much farther. The Frankfurt School is a communist think tank, the Institute for Social Research associated with the University of Frankfurt. It was shut down by the Hitler regime in 1933, left Germany for Switzerland, received help to establish itself in the U.S. in 1935, and became a leading factor and driving force for the design of the sexual and cultural revolution that it helped launch in the 1960s.
The Frankfurt School designed and implemented the invasion and subversion from within of our very souls, to systematically destroy the sensitivities we had become accustomed to and tried to live by.
Here are a summary and a number of views on how that was and is being done:
- The Origins of Political Correctness
An Accuracy in Academia Address by Bill Lind Full StoryBill Lind, the head of the Center for Cultural Conservatism of the Free Congress Foundation traces the origins of modern liberalism –and the political correctness that drives it– back to the time of the Russian Revolution and the beginnings of the Institute for Social Research, the communist think tank at the Frankfurt University that became known as the Frankfurt School.Variations of this speech have been delivered to various AIA conferences including the 2000 Conservative University at American UniversityThat modern American leftish thought is Marxist, even in its non-economic elements, has long been the position of the Free Congress Foundation’s Center for Cultural Conservatism. Its head, Bill Lind, has found the origins of the Left’s “Cultural Marxism” back to the Frankfurt School of German intellectuals, including Theodor Adorno and Herbert Marcuse. These men, in turn, were explicitly influenced by Gramsci. Lind traces this genealogy in this lecture: The Origins of Political Correctness, an Accuracy in Academia address.
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