Mocking Reality as Conspiracy Theory

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The globalists are steam rolling their way to a November victory at all costs. Nobody is standing in their way. As the brilliant late comedian George Carlin said, the real owners of this country will not let us make any important decisions. He told his audience that politicians are elected to give us a false sense that we have a choice but in reality we don’t because, he told us, “they own you.”
“They own all the important land; they own and control the corporations, they control the Senate, the House, the city hall; they have the judges in their pockets; they own the media companies so they control just about all of the news and information you get to hear; they got you by the balls, they spend billions of dollars every year lobbying to get what they want; we know what they want, they want more for themselves and less for everybody else.”
They don’t want a population that can think, that can engage in critical thinking, that is well-informed, well-educated. They want people who don’t have logical conversations at the kitchen table, who might understand how the system left them behind decades ago.
“They want obedient workers, people who are just smart enough to run the machines and do the paperwork and just dumb enough to passively accept all these increasingly shittier jobs with lower pay, longer hours, reduced benefits, the end of overtime, and the vanishing pensions that disappear the moment you go to collect it.”
Isn’t the level of ignorance and misinformation painful to see and hear in all “man on the street” interviews? Aren’t these interviewed Americans so dumb, it makes one wince and wonder how could they’ve been so brainwashed since the invention of the Department of Education?
It’s a big club, George Carlin said, “and you ain’t in it.” You are just the hapless low information voters who support the very bloated government machine that rules over you and is “stealing your social security money” to give it to their cronies and to illegal aliens who are brought here to vote Democrat.
“They tell you what to believe all day long, what to think, what to buy. The table is tilted, folks, the game is rigged. And nobody seems to notice and nobody seems to care. Good, honest, hard-working people, blue collar, white collar, it does not matter what color shirt you have on. Hard-working people continue to elect these rich [expletive], who don’t give a flip [expletive] about them.”
It is sold as the American Dream, but, Carlin said, “You have to be asleep to believe it.” This American Dream has turned into the globalists’ dream for you and the Illegals’ welfare dream leading to the destruction of a formerly great country that is turning into the hell hole they came from.
“The owners count on Americans remaining willfully ignorant because the owners of this country know the truth,” Carlin said. No matter how they spin the truth, it is globalism that only benefits their crony capitalist friends who are adept at pretending to vilify the rich who “do not pay their fair share” while taking the “greedy rich” money to run corrupt political campaigns to continue to keep the poor on the poverty and dependency plantation of globalism.
The level of disinformation in the media and in Hollywood has reached an unparalleled crescendo. Back in 1981, Hollywood produced an episode of Barney Miller in which globalism and discussions about it were derided as a conspiracy theory.
Barney Miller was a “sensible” cop. He maintained order over his gambling detectives who chased women, went to “renaissance philosophy conventions for fun,” were aspiring writers, and never seemed to leave the squad room. The show ran from 1975-1982.
The perpetrator in this 1981 episode, William Kline, was arrested for breaking and entering into the offices of the Trilateral Commission because he “wanted them to admit to what they were doing.” Barney Miller is told by one of his detectives that the Trilateral Commission is an organization founded by David Rockefeller in 1973 to bring together the global interests for “better economic cooperation.”
But the perpetrator is adamant that “it is just a scheme to bring their own loyal members in positions of power in this country, to work to erase national boundaries, to create an international community, and, in time, to bring about a one world government, with David Rockefeller calling the shots.”
The canned laughter makes an even bigger idiot out of Kline who apparently destroyed a globe and some UNICEF artwork. “They are on it too,” he claims. Kline, the accidental “criminal,” tells Barney Miller with a lot of passion and conviction that “our whole way of life as we know it, is in jeopardy.”
Barney Miller is not persuaded and mocks Kline as a lunatic in dire need of meds. Even though Barney Miller is not interested in hearing anything else about the Trilateral Commission, Kline cites names of those he believes are members of this organization: James Earl Carter, Henry Kissinger, Walter Mondale, John Anderson, and George Bush. “No matter who won in November, they had their man in the White House,” Kline said.
It’s not that the producers were trying to warn us of the coming globalism which is now fully implemented; it was a not-so-subtle “psychological control of the masses,” said Livia B., and “it looks like it worked. It made those who chattered about the Trilateral Commission seem crazy. The potheads of the time ate up everything on primetime television.”

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