Americans MUST watch! The Suppressed History of the United States

Hey internet friends. Once upon a time, there
existed an empire so great, it extended from the Atlantic Ocean, all the way to the Euphrates
River. But the rulers of this empire were greedy and their political structure corrupt.
The sheer size of their territory, claimed through wars of conquest, proved difficult
to govern; the borders challenging to secure, relying on slaves as soldiers, guards, and
laborers. So the leadership implemented oppressive taxation, funneling more and more money into
the military, letting the blood flow for their pagan gods. And when this decadent empire
eventually buckled under the weight of its own greed, the elite fled, leaving behind
their mighty legacy, reduced to only a mound of rubble and a few choice paragraphs in high
school world history books. The American media, which is a documented and proven extension
of the government, refuses to address the obvious parallels between the fall of the
Roman Empire and America’s current reality: the decline in moral values, resulting in
the incompetence and corruption of leadership, the overexertion of the military in foreign
lands, excess spending, aggressive taxation, inflation, and the ever-widening gap between
the rich and the poor.But why would the American government want to keep its citizens in the
dark about its decline–going through a great deal of effort in cranking out propaganda
for every new medium and indoctrinating young minds with the lackluster education system?
Certainly, if most Americans knew about the state of their nation, at least a small percentage
of them would work together to find a solution. After all, we are a nation which largely descended
from immigrants and revolutionists—people who rejected injustice and challenged tyranny.
That’s why today we’re going to discuss what the media won’t tell us about the United States
of america.So, let’s get started.(Clip)If there’s one common thread that connects empires
of the past, it’s the characteristics of their fall: corrupted by power, perversion, and
bloodlust—infecting the minds of the sovereign, spreading like a plague, trickling down their
chain of command, destroying the empire from within. But instead of erupting into flames,
the Eastern Roman Empire, also known as the Byzantine (bizanteeen) Empire, smoldered all
the way until 1453 AD, only forty years before Christopher Columbus sailed to America. Colonization
of the Americas is often exemplified by the story of the Pilgrims arriving at Plymouth
in the early 1600’s, with the first colony at Jamestown established to find gold and
spice, followed by the Puritans, then slaves brought over against their will, and of course,
an influx of newcomers seeking economic opportunity—the majority of that opportunity which was thwarted
post-American Civil War, leaving the American economy in the hands of a powerful few. In
1862, while the Civil war was still waging on, Sidney Morse, the brother of famous inventor,
Samuel Morse, wrote a piece exposing the war as a British plot to enslave America’s entire
free population to the money lenders. American philosopher and writer Lysander Spooner reiterated
Morse’s claims in his book, No Treason, stating that the British aristocracy, which at its
heart, is the Rothschild banker family, orchestrated the Civil War to divide America in half. And
it worked.Black people were slaves. White people were slaves. Our history on the Civil
War is very misguided. The United States was bankrupt and vulnerable after the Civil War,
and seeing an opportunity to make a dollar and lay a foundation for future plans, the
Rothschilds and other European financers made credit available to the american govt in the
aftermath of the Civil war as a means to 1. fight President Lincoln’s greenback after
Lincoln was assassinated for wanting the people to control the monetary system, not the Rothschild
bankers and 2. collect interest from those who desperately needed the money, which would
be the United States government at the the time. In 1910, there was a secret gathering
at Jekyll Island, Georgia which laid the foundation for the Federal Reserve System. the meeting
took place right on top of the cannanite pagan blood altar on the Island—which I know sounds
totally crazy, but underneath the Vatican is a pagan altar, with pagan idols like Medusa—though,
in the vatican’s case, these pagan idols are attributed to the Roman Cult of Mithras. But
I digress…By 1913, the Federal Reserve Act was passed, handing over America’s gold and
silver reserves (and ultimately the total control of Americas economy) to the federal
reserve bank. In other words, A private corporation established their private bank, acting as
the central bank of the united states, but isn’t even a government institution, but a
privately owned banking system—the existence of which is unconstitutional. The banking
cartel literally makes money from thin air, charging interest to America. The Federal
Reserve controls the rise and fall, or the boom or bust, of these financial cycles, that’s
been the pattern of this unconstitutional system since it’s implementation: the Fed
controls the dollar to flood the market and starve the economy, causing regular people
to lose everything, sending families into generations of debt—this puts more money
in the pocket of the banking cartel. We do not control our own currency. America doesn’t
control its currency. A foreign system does. It’s the new slavery. Well, it’s really an
old practice with a facelift: Babylon debt slavery. Why, if the Civil War was fought
over slavery, are we all still slaves? Do you own your car? Do you own your home? Have
you paid off those student loans for that fancy college degree that you earned under
the impression that it was a stepping stone to this elusive American dream that you have
to be asleep for in order to experience? And consequently, the federal government went
essentially went bankrupt in the 1930s, whileSocial security numbers started being assigned in
1936, tracking lifetime earnings and the number of years individuals have worked. During this
time, we entered wars funded by bankers on both sides, the outcome of which was the destruction
of the Ottoman empire, the zionist state of israel, and the establishment of one global
government. In our history books, we are told that Germany was the biggest loser of WWII,
yet we are not told the full reality. The Vatican supported Hitler. Former American
senator, Prescott Bush funded the Nazis in the 1930s through the Union Bank. If Germany
lost, why did prominent Germans and Nazis become integrated into our government with
the space program? Why does the CIA continue to utilize experiments and procedures in secret
programs that mirror that of Mengele’s? Were Nazis like Mengele imported to create the
CIA? IS Mengele the Dr. Green that numerous MKUltra patients reference?Arguments have
surfaced, defending Hitler’s intentions pre-WWII, asserting that Hitler just wanted the best
for the German people, for their economy. But Hitler knew of the Balfour Declaration
of 1917, the document that promised Lord Rothschild a zionist state in Palestine. So why did Hitler
allow himself to be pushed into WWII by Great Britain? He knew what would happen. He knew
what the Rothschild bankers funding both sides of the war wanted. It was in writing. Doesn’t
this make Hitler the biggest Zionist ever, by accident or design?Since the end of WWII,
we’ve only seen more war. Look at a map. The US military is in every foreign land imaginable,
with young Americans being used as cannon fodder, like cattle for slaughter. Just like
in Rome, the United States sends the military to foreign lands, not to protect our own land,
but to pursue these wars of conquest. The US allegedly fights wars for peace, but takes
the spoils, like oil. American currency once had strength because global oil transactions
were executed in the American dollar, but times are changing. China and its allies are
ditching the petrodollar in favor of their currency, which is convertible into gold.
The industry once powered by the American dollar now is rivaled by a foreign currency,
thus stomping out the power that the dollar once had, which will impact regular ol’ Americans
the most, since the purchase power of their dollar is in decline, and has been for some
time. A dozen eggs cost 25 cents in 1971. Today, 1.68 is the price. And we don’t get
any more eggs. According to a 2017 report from Bankrate, “nearly six in 10 Americans
don’t have enough savings to cover a $500 or $1,000 unplanned expense.” Yet the Fed
continues to print as much money as they deem fit, its value created from thin air.
All of our news, as well as our declining education system, is designed to keep us ignorant.
The Fed is a parasite on America. Our government is at the will of foreign lobbyists. The Vatican
is a superpower. Hollywood is a circus. The breaking news headlines are a distraction.
Most colleges now are daycares. Agendas are being implemented every day to divide us over
race, religion, politics, and gender, because the empire doesn’t want us to know the truth:Evil
is a master of disguise. Crypto-Jew, crypto-nazi, crypto-christian, crypto-Muslim, whatever.
Throughout history, the mask has changed, but the pattern has not. Will the masses ever
awaken from their American dream? Or will history continue to repeat itself, time after
time?And, this is my opinion, but—I want to make it clear that I believe as Americans,
we have it really good by comparison, but in my lifetime, I’ve never known a moment
when America was not at war. I grew up learning only the answers for standardized tests, with
questions beyond “what kind of pencil can I use to fill out this scantron” left unanswered
by my teachers, being told that college was the well-worn path to the American dream.
But does this American dream still exist? Did it ever exist? Hey internet friends. History is littered
with tales of individuals devising new ways to kill each other. Throughout the centuries,
the deliberate use of bacteria, viruses, and toxins has been proven as an effective means
of neutralizing a targeted population—a practice that has been dubbed “biological
warfare”.Fast forward to recent times and poisoning the well with plague-ridden corpses
just didn’t quite cut it anymore, especially not for empires whose culture is rooted in
endless war. After all, the war machine requires the latest and greatest—but while the bioterrorism
budget is booming, the pool of volunteers willing to test out the effectiveness of these
weapons is anything but. That’s why today we’re going to blast back to the past and
examine the lessons of history, focusing on a handful of unethical human experiments (that
we know about), their outcomes, as well as the global government, organizations, and
individuals who carried out these barbaric experiments by means of deception— powerful
entities still around today, who demand the blind trust of the general populace, though
the only established track record they hold is one of total disregard of human life. Today
we’re going to talk about a selection of horrific human experiments carried out under
the American flag…#1-The Filipino Prison ExperimentsFound within the first book of
Samuel in the Bible is the oldest account of what is speculated to be the Bubonic Plague.
The story goes a little something like this: when the Philistines stole the Ark of the
Covenant from the Israelites, the Philistines were were afflicted by an epidemic of what
was later thought to be the plague—the symptoms affecting each town to which the ark of the
covenant was taken. The link was established by mentions of what was later roughly translated
to mean rats and buboes or tumors and further established by the knowledge that humans can
be infected by fleas who have fed on infected rodents, with swollen lymph nodes being symptomatic
of Black Death. The Philistines returned the Ark of the Covenant in repentance, and offered
five golden tumors and five golden mice to end the plague, but that wouldn’t be the
last time that a disease, thought to be naturally occurring, would be weaponized. In the late
19th century, the United States military, along with universities, began medical experiments
on prisoners in the Philippines, which was, at the time, an American territory. These
experiments included injecting prisoners with the bubonic plague, beginning with five select
prisoners for the first round. Later, Yale and John Hopkins University graduate, Professor
Richard Strong infected twenty-four prisoners with what he reportedly thought to be cholera,
but turned out to be somehow contaminated with bubonic plague, killing thirteen of those
prisoners—whoopsie daisy.Well, to his credit, Dr. Strong argued “‘thoroughly convinced’
that man could withstand the amount of plague organism as a guinea pig.” Dr. Strong was
later found innocent of any criminal negligence, and he later had a thriving career as professor
of topical medicine at Harvard. But his experiments on prisoners didn’t end with accidental
plague inoculations. A few years later, he conducted another round of experiments dealing
with Beriberi, a deficiency disease resulting in paralysis and ultimately heart failure.
Although several prisoners died as a result, the remaining few were rewarded with cigars
and cigarettes—what a reward for narrowly escaping death, right? So worth it. (Sarcasm
heavily implied.) To make matters worse, its’ not like these prisoners volunteered for these
experiments or even had the slightest clue as to what was going on, which begins our
theme of non-existent voluntary or informed consent—at least for this video. #2- The
Tuskegee Syphilis StudyConducted by the public health service in partnership with the Rockefeller-funded
Tuskegee Institute in 1932, the clinical study of untreated syphilis targeted 600 African-American
men—Alabama sharecroppers who believed they were receiving free health care from the United
States government. Of the 600, 399 of those men had reportedly already contracted syphilis,
a sexually transmitted disease, before the study began, and the remaining men were purposely
infected with the bacterium, told they were being treated for “bad blood”. The projected
six-month clinical study spanned over the course of forty years, and for many of those
men, clinicians followed them until their eventual deaths. Though pencillin became the
treatment of choice for syphilis in 1945, measuring the effectiveness of treatments
wasn’t the goal of this study. No, the goal of this 40-year study was to observe the consequences
of untreated syphilis. And, spoiler alert: while syphilis often presents with a painless
red sore at the infection site, when untreated, syphilis can cause damage to the internal
organs, like the brain or the heart, and progresses through stages serious enough to result in
death. It wasn’t until much later that the horrors of the Tuskegee study surfaced, and
a legal settlement included a lifetime of…wait for it… medical benefits to the study subjects,
their wives, and children. #3 The Devil’s Experiments in GuatemalaDubbed the “devil’s
experiment” by Guatemalans, a series of venereal disease experiments took place in
Guatemala between 1946-1948 and was led by physician James Charles Cutler who was also
involved in the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiments. The Guatemalan experiments involved infecting
an estimated 1308 unsuspecting victims with an STD, but this time, instead of just targeting
African American men, the pool of victims opened up to children as young as ten, mental
patients, prisoners, prostitutes, and soldiers. There were eighty documented deaths as a result.These
experiments were reportedly conducted so researchers could look for ways to prevent STD’s from
spreading, with their focus on stopping the spread of diseases amongst soldiers at war.
Guatemala was chosen so doctors could avoid the pesky ethical constraints of informed
consent. Studies show that a number of patients were infected with syphilis and brought to
the brink of death, only to test the effectiveness of penicillin as treatment. Once treated,
patients were infected with another STD, and the process started over again. Dr. Cutler
acknowledged his ethical violations in 1947, stating “unless the law winks occasionally,
you have no progress in medicine.”Since the United States owned up to these experiments
in 2010, there have been several lawsuits against the United States Government, the
Rockefeller-funded Johns Hopkins University, and the Rockefeller Foundation to the tune
of 1 billion dollars in damages, but the real damage has yet to come to fruition, given
that there’s no telling how many infected Guatemalan children and grandchildren of these
victims are running around right now, the reverberations and consequences of these experiments
resulting in a generational effects, given that mothers can pass syphilis to an unborn
child, and when left untreated, there’s a high risk of stillbirth or infant death.
Beyond the threat of lawsuit, those who conducted these experiments got nothing more than a
slap on the wrist, if that! The Rockefeller Foundation is still just as influential as
before, steering the medical field as it deems fit, because deep pockets have sway and can
even rewrite history. If knowledge of unethical human experimentation was commonplace, and
everyone knew that the major pharmaceutical companies of today were the heads of the United
States biological warfare program of days past, like George Merck of Merck and Co—now
a major vaccine maker—if individuals held this knowledge, would they still accept inoculations
without asking their doctor or researching what they’re putting into their bodies first?
When I see recent headlines about how syphilis cases are at an all-time high, it makes me
wonder how organic of an occurrence that is, and how much of the problem has been created
to strike fear and outrage in the masses so that a manufactured solution, like a vaccine,
can be introduced to create profit. A solution with its own host of problems, a solution
concocted by those with a sordid history, unworthy of your blind trust, as they have
a proven track record of disregard for human life. #4 Ohio Penitentiary Cancer ExperimentsA
man who eventually became the Vice President of the American Cancer Society began his reign
of terror in an Ohio State Penitentiary in 1952. Chester Southam, a Sloan-Kettering Researcher,
which, unsurprisingly was also funded by the Rockefeller Foundation (I know I sound like
a broken record at this point)—anyway (!) Southam sought to discover how healthy bodies fought
the invasion of malignant cells, so he injected live cancer cells into prisoners, as well
as 300 healthy women at Sloan-Kettering, all of whom were not informed of Southam’s extracurricular
research. However, at that time, fellow doctors were fully aware that injection of live cancer
cells might cause cancer, even in healthy individuals. Nearly a decade later, Southam
set his sights on twenty-two elderly patients at a chronic disease hospital in Brooklyn,
injecting them with live cancer cells—all without their consent. Why? Well he wanted
to test his hypothesis of course! His hypothesis that bodies “racked with serious but non-cancerous
diseases would reject live cancer cells as rapidly and completely as healthy bodies”.
This time, a few whistle blower colleagues came forward, refusing to participate in Southam’s
experiments and ultimately resigning. Southam’s unethical practices eventually made headlines
and even saw the inside of a courtroom. And his punishment? Brace yourselves for this
one, it’s a real doozy. The New York medical licensing board put him on probation for…a
year. #5 Operation Sea Spray During the world wars, the funding of the United States biological
weapons programs increased and continued well into the Cold War. In 1950, a secret experiment
was conducted by the US Navy in an effort to test the vulnerability of susceptible regions
of the United States in the event of a biological attack. The Navy sprayed clouds of Serratia
bacterium from a giant hose for two miles along the San Francisco Bay coastline, successfully
dosing nearly eight hundred thousand residents during the week of spraying, all unbeknownst
to the general population. Though the navy claimed the bacteria was harmless, the reality
is that it can cause urinary tract and wound infections in some, as well as gastrointestinal
and respiratory issues in others. In the week following operation sea spray, eleven adults
checked into the hospital with serious UTIs linked to the bacteria, and one man even died
as a result. Furthermore, An increase in pneumonia in the Bay Area was later speculated to have
been linked to Operation Sea Spray . The results of the experiment? San Francisco Bay was identified
as highly susceptible to biological attacks due to its iconic fog. Pentagon reports that
were declassified decades later revealed that the military had performed open-air testing
of biowarfare agents an estimated 239 times across American cities like New York City,
Panama City and Key West from 1950 to 1966. Other reports detailed the release of deadly
nerve agents over Alaska and dousing Hawaii with bacteria, and the experiments weren’t
limited to the United States populace, but extended all the way to Canada and Great Britain.
After these reports were declassified, the Defense Department admitted that the tests
weren’t exactly harmless, and due to the exposure to deadly chemicals and bacteria,
soldiers and civilians alike have suffered serious health ramifications. It was in 1969
that President Richard Nixon issued an executive order to end all US offensive biological weapons
programs, and supposedly all US stockpiles were destroyed by 1972. However, as you’l
see in my upcoming videos, experimentation on human guinea pigs certainly didn’t end
in 1969, nor was it limited to germ warfare. Now, if you’re someone who has watched this
video all the way through and is hammering away on your keyboard right now to make the
argument that despite how unethical and brutal these experiments in this video were, the
results provided pharmaceutical companies, physicians, and the military with information
they needed—before you comment that, I’d like to ask you something:Are you willing
to volunteer yourself, your mother, your father, or your children as test subjects for the
next round of experiments?From its fruition, the United States of America represented a
breakaway from regimentation, defying what was, at the time, the greatest military on
earth. This new world was the stomping ground for early pioneers to seek meaning in the
great unknown, to discover purpose in the face of new challenges, and to achieve the
unachievable. In the beginning there was the individual. There were families. There were
communities. And then, rather suddenly, the new world regressed into the ways of old,
cycling backwards with the advent of compulsory schooling under a central government monopoly,
conditioning warehoused children to grow into warehoused adults. Instead of a childhood
spent wandering around the world’s classroom, engaging in adventure, seeking mentorship,
and discovering purpose as children had done in centuries previous, children of the present
are confined to an institution for twelve years of their lives, subjected to constant
surveillance and evaluation under the guise of “learning basic skills”, even though
there is ample evidence to prove that reading, writing, and arithmetic take a couple hundred
hours to transmit on an eager student—not a dozen years! So who benefits from public
schooling? Who is orchestrating a system which rewards the obedient, but medicates and punishes
those who deviate even in the slightest? Who is funding this hidden curriculum?The link
between school and state was established in pre-socratic Greece. Back in the day, the
goal of schooling was to mold young boys into obedient warriors, with the system promoted
and supported by the upper echelon of society. In the prominent military city-state of Sparta,
compulsory schooling was enforced by forcibly taking young boys from their mothers and training
them for twelve years under state-controlled supervision.Fast forward to the year 1717:
when a national public school system was instituted in Europe by the Kingdom of Prussia. The power
of that school system was harnessed after Prussia’s defeat at the hands of Napoleon,
with Prussia attributing their loss to disobedient soldiers. In order to compete with Great Britain
and other imperial powers, Prussia sought to increase the state’s hold on society.
The result was that parents were fined if they failed to send their child to school.
This method of compulsory public schooling served as a means of insuring the state’s
position as guardian over the children during their key developmental years. Students were
divided by age, like one would group products by date of manufacture, and these students
moved through school like an assembly line, specific information being delivered at specific
times, with the final product being a predictable and easy-to-control herd. While the origins
of public school in the United States can be traced back to 1647 Massachusetts, private
and decentralized schooling reigned supreme in the new world. It was the parents’ responsibility
to provide their child with a basic education, but in many cases, the responsibility of education
shifted from the parents to local communities which would hire a schoolmaster to teach the
children to read and write. As commercial ventures, private schools and educators were
subject to competition, forcing these institutions and individuals to provide unique value to
students. Despite the notion that folks were by and large illiterate back in the day, recorded
book sales of that time tell a much different story. Noah Webster’s Spelling Book sold
five million copies to an estimated population of twenty million in 1818. Thomas Paine’s
Common Sense Pamphlet sold 120,000 copies to a colonial population of three million.
So when career politician Horace Mann arrived on the scene and lobbied for a Prussian-inspired
model of compulsory schooling and training schools for teachers in the 1840’s, it wasn’t
out of society’s inability to provide private and sufficient education for a spectrum of
social classes. Instead, a perfect storm emerged in the decades leading up to the American
Civil War that created an ideal atmosphere to introduce state-control of public schooling,
and it went a lil’ something like this: When man met machine during the Industrial
Revolution, agricultural communities dwindled, and families migrated to the city to find
work, the fall-out of which was the dismantling of the family economy, the destruction of
small, self-sufficient, local communities, an ever-growing dependency on remote authority,
and the emergence of a new nobility: industrial titans and family names we still recognize
and answer to to this day. You see, Families of big industry like the Carnegies and the
Rockefellers had learned a valuable lesson from history, they realized the industrial
poor who were barely earning a living wage in their warehouses and factories were the
revolutionists of days past. They knew that, in order to maintain their control over their
human cattle, their herd needed to be tended and cultivated otherwise revolution, and perhaps
competition, was inevitable. Shortly After the Civil War, the Department of Education
was established as a federal office but quickly downgraded in response to the concern over
federal encroachment in state matters. By 1890, most states had implemented a Prussian-inspired,
compulsory public school system, and it was during that time that corporate interests
set their sights on a new venture: the business of education.Philanthropy is, by definition,
“the desire to promote the welfare of others, expressed especially by the generous donation
of money to good causes.” It should be stated that philanthropic institutions have undoubtedly
done some good for someone out there, but if we study the patterns of history, an obvious
truth emerges: philanthropy is essential for establishing familial power. In the case of
the Rockefellers, philanthropy has served as a vehicle to shape public reputation, and
this favorable reputation has proved more powerful than any tool that could be purchased.
The illusion of benevolence allows select families, not elected officials, sway over
public affairs. Furthermore, money given away to foundations can be given away to produce
profit for the family, whilst deducting those donations from their taxes. More money into
the well-oiled machine of compulsory schooling which pushes a curriculum of rewritten history,
memorization of fake facts, and the lessening of the individual with the goal of cranking
out predictable adults to serve as employees and consumers, which means a wealth of income
for the corporate families who invest in education. The founding brothers of the Rockefeller Oil
monopoly, whose father was called “Devil Bill” as he was a well-known con artist
and snake oil salesman, funneled 129 million dollars into the creation of the General Education
Board, which shaped our current schooling system. The Rockefellers and Carnegie Foundations
were key in managing schooling specifically for African Americans in the south, using
their private wealth to shape race relations. Meanwhile, the philanthropic Rockefeller Foundation
began to fund medicine and medical studies in tandem with actively participating in the
funding of eugenics in the US, as well as globally. They were a primary financier of
an institute that served as the center for eugenics research until 1939. As a side note,
how many Rockefeller children do you reckon attended public school over the last century?
How many of our presidents or Vice Presidents attended public school…? and how many attended
private, elite boarding schools, where the curriculum was focused on problem-solving
ability, the relationship between past, present, and future, and an emphasis on debate with
the goal of producing a confident, innovative student? While the public school system was
initially intended to be controlled by local governments within the states, as the years
progressed, corporate advocates pushed for more consolidation and greater centralization
of education. The full-on government takeover of tax-payer funded education didn’t all
happen at once of course. There were actually people within our government who attempted
to intervene… It was in 1952 that an investigative committee looked into tax-exempt organizations,
like the Rockefeller and Carnegie Foundations, to see if they were being used to support
communism—or really, oligarchical collectivism. Coincidentally, The chairman of committee,
Edward Cox, died the same year the committee was formed. It should be noted that the committee
itself disbanded prematurely and without action despite its findings, which revealed that
foundations had been using their influence to rewrite American history found in public
school textbooks. However, the corporations running these foundations with interlocking
board members managed to dodge any repercussions of their subversive activities by claiming
that the committee was criticizing “free thought”.In fact, the same year the committee
released their findings, a member of the Rockefeller family, Nelson Rockefeller, became the secretary
of health, education, and welfare, and he later went on to be the Vice President of
the United States. In 1979, Congress decided to once again create a federal department
of education. Presidential Candidate Ronald Reagan campaigned on the promise to abolish
the department, but when he eventually took office and submitted a proposal to do so,
nothing happened. It was later revealed by Reagan’s senior policy advisor in the Department
of Education that the groundwork for a Washington-controlled common core curriculum had been laid in the
1960’s. That plan was expedited under George HW Bush’s presidency, when he pushed for
national goals to be instituted at the state-level for public schools. This plan was reinforced
by President Clinton and totally cemented by President George W Bush when he signed
the No Child Left Behind Act in 2001, which placed federal control over school standards,
student testing, and teacher qualifications. Furthermore, the common core educational initiative
was instituted in 2010 that implemented more national standards about what children should
know at each grade level, and these standards of are of course measured by testing. This
legislation was accomplished by private companies who had channeled millions of dollars into
the education lobby for standardized testing. When students failed those tests and the teachers
failed to teach to the tests, the answer was for the US government to spend tax-payer money
on materials sold by the same private companies who lobbied for the tests to begin with. This
is the Hegelian dialectic of the education business. And it has been effective in solidifying
corporate control over schooling, as well as churning out a bulk of the population who
is alike, as they have all been tested on the same material, which was taught to them
at the same time and the same format at the same juncture of all their lives.Over the
last few decades, The Rockefeller, Ford, and Carnegie foundations have been joined by other
corporate juggernauts in their domination of the student’s mind, though it should
be noted that while a distinction between these foundations exist, they all have interlocking
board members and incestuous connections. The Walton family of the Wal-Mart empire,
with its talons also in central banking, has invested over a billion dollars in the education
system, only surpassed by the Gates Foundation, headed by Bill and Melinda Gates of Microsoft,
who, like the Rockefellers, not only deals in alleged eugenics programs disguised as
medical research, but also directly funds Common Core, paying to develop the standards
and the tests. Is the Gates Foundation doing this out of the goodness of their heart? Or
do they own a stake in the big data businesses to which department of education directs the
bulk of its outsourcing? To top it all off, Pearson, a British textbook company, is the
primary provider of textbooks for United States public schools. So, to summarize, we have
a British monopoly teaching American students about American history (and other subjects).
We have a public school system controlled by a government monopoly which is financed
and controlled by global corporate monopolies, all of which are tied to the central banking
system. If we follow the money from start to finish, corporate control of the public
school system was made possible in the aftermath of the civil war, during which Congress passed
the Act of 1871, providing a government for the 10-mile parcel of land between Virginia
and Maryland—the Virgin Mary we now call the District of Columbia, a city-state with
its own police force, its own mayor, and its own set of laws. The Act of 1871 CHANGED our
country’s Founding Fathers “original” wording of the constitution, and ultimately overturned
the United States Constitutional Republic. Since 1871, the Federal government has usurped
nearly all the power that was formerly held in the hands of the people.Within the context
of an incorporated United States, it would make sense that each citizen is assigned a
social security number at birth that tracks earnings and years worked, like a less intrusive
brand than cattle receive, but a marking of property none the less. The compulsory school
system of an incorporated United States enforces students to obey the state, with the student-teacher
relationship mirroring that of employee and supervisor. Further proof of this model is
mirrored in the grading system: a successful student doesn’t equate to an intelligent,
innovative student, but a successful student is a compliant student who exemplifies obedience
rather than actual knowledge or critical thinking. Because a corporation doesn’t want competition
or the slightest threat of revolution; a corporation wants an obedient worker. Compulsory education
is compulsory subordination. This system is the very antithesis of education. And the
children of today have it even worse than previous generations. These children are now
under constant surveillance and evaluation. These are children are trained to wait on
other people, for experts to tell them what to do. To make choices for them. To pay attention
until there is another distraction, and the distractions are endless. Students have no
privacy at home. Hours of homework follow them to the dinner table. The programming
they consume in their downtime, the television, the video games, and a good portion of the
youtube videos, all enforce the indoctrination taught at school, to believe in the infallibility
of authority. The majority of children in the school system right now will grow into
adults who are absolutely incapable of telling any form of authority what they want, and
instead, they will accept what they get.Teachers of the present have to function as surrogate
parents because a portion of their students in their overcrowded classroom are lacking
one or both parents at home, and these teachers cannot teach at a higher level than the textbook,
due to the ubiquity of standardized tests. There is no reform for this system. It is
a system that operates exactly as it was designed. Any amount of energy or anger directed at
the human farmers of this system is unproductive and ultimately a distraction, and the purpose
of this video is not to encourage violence or negativity towards the corporate monopoly,
only awareness. The only way not to be treated as human cattle is to leave the farm, which
means refusing to allow the state raise your child, whether that be through homeschooling,
private school, or just taking time out of your day to foster your child’s creativity,
to unschool them to the best of your ability, and to teach them that the last thing they
are is cattle. Hey internet friends. We are living in the
age of technology, an age in which vast amounts of information are at our fingertips, and
we can connect with each other in just a few keystrokes. The world wide web is stuffed
like a thanksgiving turkey, full of an endless buffet of distractions, breaking news headlines,
advertisements masquerading as entertainment, and a seemingly infinite trove of ever-evolving
information, from which the elusive truths of this world are the greatest treasure—so
that is why today we’re going to discuss how the internet became a battlefield in the
war on our minds. The father of psychoanalysis was born in the Austrian Empire in 1856 to
Eastern European Jewish parents. It was in Vienna that Sigmund Freud researched and experimented
on the human mind, concluding that ‘man was the most ferocious animal in existence’,
and tucked inside the minds of all these animals were “primitive sexual and aggressive forces”—forces
that had the power to unleash widespread chaos and even the potential to topple governments.
While Freud warned that governments had set loose these dangerous forces with World War
I, Freud’s American nephew, Edward Bernays, had been employed to keep the war drums beating.
President Woodrow Wilson needed Americans to get on board with the war machine, and
he turned to propagandists to do just that—to convince Americans to join the fight under
the guise of spreading democracy across all of Europe so that a hopeful future might unfold,
one where individuals across the world could experience good ol’ American freedom. But
Bernays wasn’t too keen on the propagandist title. He claimed, ironically, that the Germans
had tainted the term, and thus, he reinvented it—emerging as the father of public relations.
You see, Bernays had witnessed firsthand how powerful propaganda was at promoting war,
so for his next act, Bernays decided to use propaganda—whoops I mean—public relations
to promote peace. How, might you ask, did Bernays execute such a noble deed? Well, his
uncle, who by the way, hated humans, especially Americans, had some interesting ideas on human
nature, and Bernays decided it was time to weaponize those ideas—for peace of course.
For peace! American corporations emerged even more powerful
after the first world war, and in order to maintain their cashflow, and in other words,
their influence, business owners realized they needed to keep their workers in their
factories to increase their production. And of course, there is no supply without demand—that’s
why Bernay’s big business clients hired him to figure out exactly what motivated the
human mind so corporations could better appeal to the masses. The year was 1928 when the President of the
American Tobacco Company looked to Bernays to increase sales, providing Bernays with
an opportunity to conduct an experiment of sorts. This was a time when women smoking
in public was stigmatized, but both Bernays and his client knew an untapped market when
they saw one. Bernays employed psychoanalysis, learning that cigarettes symbolized the penis,
therefore male sexual power, and he figured that if he could connect smoking cigarettes
to the idea of challenging male sexual power, he could sell a pack of smokes to both genders.
Everyone was a winner, but their lungs were not. So, at the Easter Day parade, Bernays set
up a huge publicity stunt: he’d already tipped off the press and supplied them with
their new propaganda piece—I mean public relations phrase, “Torches of Freedom”,
which the press would then capture when a group of paid-off debutantes posing as suffragettes
lit up their cigarettes in the middle of the parade, making the single act of igniting
a torch of freedom a gesture of female empowerment—wrapped up in one stinky PR package meant to render
emotion from all who might look upon it, skyrocketing tobacco sales and forever linking human desire
and feelings with products—because it’s not like the actual act of becoming a human
chimney made women any freer, but it sure made them feel like it. And with this realization,
Bernays felt confident that his tactics could emotionally manipulate the masses to purchase
product on the basis of want, not need, and all these dangerous primitive forces his uncle
was droning on about were made more docile through Bernays’ manipulation of habits
and opinions. Bernays had successfully remixed the Roman’s bread and circuses. The average
Joe was so occupied, in fact, that most didn’t even realize a new mentality, shaped by corporate
appeal, was binding and guiding America, creating a clear path for a new elite to control the
masses through psychological techniques—forming a grand illusion of this thing we now call
“democracy”. Though traditional warfare had ended with
WWII, the psychological warfare of an unseen enemy was just getting started. The masses
were led to believe the world’s boogeyman had been defeated, and that a global government
organization, the United Nations, had been established to ensure peace and security in
the aftermath of all the horror. Post-war United States was as strong as ever, with
its workforce fueled by the American dream, at the center of which was family, but out
of the rubble and ruin of battle rose a subversive force, one of many names and faces: communism,
cultural marxism, soviet involvement, big brother…regardless of the title, the goal
of this variety of psychological warfare was one of a new world order, brought about by
a slow-roll brainwashing of sorts, known as ideological subversion, made up of four stages: Stage one: demoralization—which begins in
the classroom. Instead of teaching children to act morally, in favor of themselves, their
families, their communities, and their country, under the process of ideological subversion,
demoralization takes place over a generation, where, in compulsory public schooling, a manipulated
account of history is branded into the brains of every pupil and unrighteous behavior is
encouraged at school, through television programming and other vehicles of propaganda. These lessons
are reinforced at the university level, resulting in brainwashed cattle at every level of power:
government, business, media, and education. If stage one is successful, the individual’s
perception of reality is so warped that any attempts to get them to recognize authentic
information would be to no avail. After that, all that’s needed is a good
two to five years in order to implement stage two, the destabilization of a nation. This
is the time that the subverting party has the opportunity to crash the economy, ruin
foreign relations, and disarm the defense systems just in time for phase three, the
crisis phase, intended to usher in a change of power, brownie points if it’s a violent
and dramatic change of power. The final stage is normalization, which is the “welcome
to your life as human cattle, please line up to get branded” phase—which might be
a slight exaggeration, although if you think about it, not really.It’s kind of curious
that while all of this ideological subversion was allegedly being implemented during the
Cold War at the hands of the Bolshevik Communist Lenin Marxist Soviet Red Scare “Hide Under
Your Desk, Y’all. We’re about to get nuked” Boogeyman, United States government agencies
formed post WWII were utilizing the same psychological tactics not just on foreign nations, but on
regular ol’ unsuspecting Americans. In the early 1950s, the Central Intelligence Agency
used major media companies for propaganda purposes in order to sway public opinion during
the Cold War—a move right out of Bernay’s playbook. This program was known as Operation
Mockingbird, and in addition to controlling executives, reporters, and other staff within
major media companies, the CIA also put forth their own agents as journalists of the so
called “free press”; journalists who worked around the clock, especially after the assassination
of President Kennedy, doing their patriotic duty to suppress truth from the American people,
forcing witnesses to change their story, and silencing those who questioned the official
narrative. Meanwhile, during that same time, the Federal
Bureau of Investigation established their own counter intelligence program with the
intention of “surveilling, infiltrating, discrediting, and disrupting domestic political
organizations” or basically any groups or individuals they deemed problematic. Cointelpro’s
greatest hits (no pun intended) include infiltrating civil and women’s rights movements and even
groups who protested the Vietnam War. They went above and beyond, infiltrating groups
and dismantling them by creating inner conflicts amongst members, aggressive surveillance,
character attacks published by the mockingbird media, and if all that didn’t work—the
FBI would attempt to break up marriages and push an individual to suicide.
Both the FBI’s cointelpro and the CIA’s Operation Mockingbird were reportedly terminated
in the 1970s, but the manipulation of the masses certainly didn’t end with these programs. PART IIIWhile newspaper, radio, and television
dominated the first age of information, the computer age ushered in the second installment.
In 1960, the United States Department of Defense began awarding contracts for what would now
be considered the primitive internet, and in 1989, the world wide web as we know it,
the same tool that billions of people utilize to this day, was developed by the European
Organization for Nuclear Research, also known as CERN. In 1984, only 8.4 % percent of American households
had a computer, rising to 36% in 1997, and in 2015, 87%. In 2018, 95% of Americans reported
owning a cellphone and of that 95% pecent, 77% reported owning smart phone, meaning that
the vast majority of Americans have a plethora of information at their fingertips at any
given moment. In a few clicks, they can educate themselves on any topic imaginable, connect
to individuals thousands of miles away, and learn about events before the news even has
a chance to report on them. So much information, and so little regulation. That’s what Harvard
Law Professor and President Obama’s Administrator of the White House Office of Information was
probably thinking nearly a decade ago when he started publishing his tactics to control
the flow of information online. His target? Conspiracy theories. In an academic paper
he wrote in 2008, Cass Sunstein managed to marry elements of Edward Bernays manipulation
of the masses with a touch of operation mockingbird and a dash of cointelpro tactics in order
to counter information online that he suggested was a threat to the United States government. Sunstein defined conspiracy theories as, “an
effort to explain some event or practice by references to the machinations of powerful
people who attempt to conceal their role (at least until their aims are accomplished)”.
While Sunstein admitted that some conspiracy theories are true, making them just…conspiracies,
like Project MK Ultra, Watergate, Operation Northwoods, and the Bush administration illegally
spying on US citizens after 9/11, he still advocated his policy for silencing conspiracy
theorists, saying that “Governments should engage in cognitive infiltration of the groups
that produce conspiracy theories.” And rather ironically, Sunstein recommended that government
officials should utilize conspiratorial means to accomplish this, taking on false identities
or even anonymity in online social networks, chatrooms, and in-person to undermine groups
and individuals who investigate, discuss, and propagate theories. Though, it’s curious—Sunstein
didn’t take aim at any other fallible variety of theory that resulted in harm to someone,
somewhere. Scientific theories got a free pass. Sunstein’s message can be boiled down to
the following: if you outspokenly call for transparency in government and circulate research
about events that might or might not have transpired or might not have happened the
way the mockingbird media said they did, Sunstein says the government doesn’t trust you and
you need to be dealt with. Let’s all take a moment of silence for Cass Sunstein, press
F to pay respects as he is a victim of ideological subversion, or at least we hope so, because
his treasonous and despicable behavior is otherwise inexcusable.While I’d like to
tell you that Sunstein’s efforts and the efforts of those before him to control the
flow of information online have been unsuccessful, it only takes a quick glance at the present
to recognize their fruit. Dissenting voices are silenced every day online for expressing
even the most lukewarm controversial opinion whilst appointed arbiters of truth are pushed
into the public eye under the guise of being independent or alternative media. Today, only
six companies control 90% of American media outlets, and one company has the monopoly
on the main gateway to the treasure trove of information the world wide web has to offer.
That company is Google, owned by Alphabet Inc. The lines between corporations and governments
aren’t just blurred anymore—they barely exist at all. And just when people start to
take notice that something isn’t quite right, another distraction gets rolled out, probably
some breaking news headline on a polarizing issue into which well-meaning people throw
their energy—social media then becomes weaponized, dividing people into virtual armies that endlessly
attack each other. White versus black. Men versus women. Muslims versus Christians. Gay
versus straight. Antifa versus the alt-right. The left hand path versus the right hand path—regardless
of which path you take, they all lead to the same destination. Gah, It’s all so draining.
So why don’t you sit back, relax and watch a little Netflix—a company founded by none
other than the grand nephew of Edward Bernays? And that is how the internet became a battlefield
in the war on our minds —a war that began long ago.Thank you so much for watching, internet
friends. You know I always look forward to your comments. Thank you for subscribing and
supporting my channel on Patreon. Bye!


Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *