The club of liberals, transhumanism, depopulation

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The club of liberals, transhumanism, depopulation

by Jon Rappoport

January 25, 2013

www.nomorefakenews.com

By liberals, I simply mean those people who accept big government as a given, regardless of their political affiliation.

And yes, at certain key levels, they are a club. They come from major media, large corporations, banks, the military, well-funded foundations, investment houses, do-good non-profits, legal and medical societies, academic factories, think tanks, and of course the huge pool of government employees.

For them, big, bigger, and biggest government is a rock-bottom assumption that requires no thought. The sun comes up every morning, and there is big government.

This assumption supersedes anything written in the US Constitution explicitly limiting the power of central authority.

Where there is conflict between that document and the actions of government, the Constitution automatically takes a back seat. It is looked upon as a primitive, ancient, and worn-out set of ideas.

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NEEDS

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NEEDS, RIGHTS, DESIRES, AND ENTITLEMENTS

JUNE 9, 2010.  There are many messiahs among us. 

They have various visions of the future, but these visions have a common denominator: the future will be One Thing for Everyone.  It will be a single choir singing the same tune.

Why?  Because the messiahs can’t stand plural reality, open reality, fertile reality.  The messiahs want a locked gate on their uniform paradise.

And to make sure the future has that gate, they need Authority, a guiding hand to bring us all into the same campground and keep us there.

Contrast this to the description of limited government embedded in the Constitution.

Then flash forward to the present, when government is the official messiah.  If a person has a need, the government will determine whether it is a right.  If a person has a desire, the government will say whether it is an entitlement.

Although…

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THE CULT OF VICTIMHOOD

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THE CULT OF VICTIMHOOD

JUNE 14, 2010.  At a recent “inspirational conference” a friend attended, speaker after speaker marched up to the podium to recount a horrible life story of abuse that eventually turned into gold.

I believe the speakers were trying to say they had been victimized and THEN picked themselves up and made successful lives, but in my role as cynic in such matters, I wondered how much the victim-story had been USED AND PROMOTED to make that success happen.

Anyway, at least several audience members wondered how they could possibly compete with the speakers because, damn it, they didn’t have a history of massive abuse they could use as a banner headline in their own lives. 

I’m citing this conference as a cameo of the society at large.  People—but kids, especially—are always looking for stories that will “play well.”  What happens when the trend turns negative, when…

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IS CHOOSING TO BE VICTIM A TABOO SUBJECT?

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IS CHOOSING TO BE A VICTIM A TABOO SUBJECT?

By Jon Rappoport

November 1, 2012

www.nomorefakenews.com

Some people apparently think there are no fake victims, only real ones.

They believe that if all the oppression in the world were magically lifted tomorrow, people would suddenly become independent.

I don’t believe that. I raise these issues because I think it’s time for some honest input.

When I went to junior high school (it wasn’t “middle school” then, and “junior” wasn’t considered a dangerous pejorative that could ruin young minds), the concept of a victim, as we use it now, didn’t exist.

Can you imagine it? There was no special ed. There were no federal funds paid out for each “specially abled” child. No one used the word “victim.” There was no such thing as ADHD. There was no such thing as a clinically depressed child. There were no shrinks hovering around…

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