Saturday, August 07, 2010

The Report From Iron Mountain

Dan. 8: 25 And through his policy also he shall cause craft to prosper in his hand; and he shall magnify himself in his heart, and by peace shall destroy many: he shall also stand up against the Prince of princes; but he shall be broken without hand.

In 1961 the globalist New World Order conspiracy called together a secret commission called the "Special Study Group" which comprised 15 leading scholars in various fields of academia, business, and technology to study the following problem: "How to maintain total control over the people of the United States during an era of peace." A series of meetings, the first and last of which, where held at an underground military facility known as Iron Mountain. The conclusions of this commission were leaked by one of the members of the committee and published in 1967 by the Dial Press as "The Report From Iron Mountain." Immediately labeled a hoax, con, scam, work of satire by the government and mainstream press, the details of the report exactly reflect the domestic and international policy of the United States since the time of its release. Together with the "Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion" it is one of the most important documents describing the mindset of the globalist conspirators that seek total world domination.

The Peace Problem
The problem the globalists faced was that in the 1960's the USSR and China would eventually join the United Nations and many conflicts would potentially be resolved. Consequently, without a constant threat hanging over the US people, the globalist leaders understood that the Federal Government would become less important, less relevant, and loose its control and power over the US people. This report from Iron Mountain focuses on maintaining that control. The made it clear from the outset that the report was based on 1) military-style objectivity; 2) avoidance of preconceived value assumptions; 3) inclusion of all relevant areas of theory and data.

Problem of Disarmament
After making it clear that the report was based on a complete suspension of all values, and that the higher ends justify any and all means; The first section of the report was focused on the supposed problems of disarmament. The think tank believed that the military industrial complex was an integral part of the economy. Accordingly, they believed that abruptly halting the now multi-trillion-dollar institution would have destructive effects on the entire economy and faces several inherent difficulties: 1) Difficulty in transferring military technology over to peaceful application [swords into plowshares]. 2) Loss of skilled labor, and advance technological expertise. 3) Transfer of wealth to private individuals, thereby increasing consumption, and resulting in greater poverty due to the Malthusian philosophy of limited resources (the cost of one missile will buy a heck of a lot of blankets). 4) Don't attempt disarmament until you have a fully detailed, tried, and tested plan.

The Value of War
Next the commission served to define the value of war, the military, and the federal government. According to them, war was foundation of society because it elicited nationalism. Also, the military served and preserved the society by defending or advancing the "national interest". War serves society by providing an artificial demand to stimulate the engine of the economy and therefore should not be looked at as "wasteful." Politically, war creates national identity and is the foundation for the development of the rule of law. From a sociological perspective, war allows the anti-social element of society to have a productive and meaningful outlet. The military also provides jobs during periods of high unemployment. But most importantly, according to the commission,

"[the military] provides the individual psychological rationale for allegiance to a society and its values. Allegiance requires a cause; a cause requires an enemy. . . the presumed power of the "enemy" sufficient to warrant an individual sense of allegiance to a society must be proportionate to the size and complexity of the society. Today, of course, that power must be one of unprecedented magnitude and frightfulness. "

Speaking more on the sociological importance of the military is its preeminence in the society because of its unmatched authority over life and death. The military is the source for defining and setting the precedent for the concept of the "blood price, " "gambit", or "acceptable loses." In the report, the author gives the idea of the speed limit as an example. We could limit the speed to 20 mph and prevent all motor vehicle fatalities, but to maintain our productive and busy lifestyles, our society has concluded that 34,000 fatalities/year as an acceptable price.

In an ecological sense, war serves to destroy excess members of the species. The commission says this is especially important because modern medicine is curing many diseases and allowing corrupt genetic traits to continue in the population. The report does put a damper on weapons of mass destruction. Although they are very efficient at killing, they do so indiscriminately and therefore may kill off the strongest and most fit among us and therefore is not the eugenics method of choice to solve what the author calls the "population crisis" [goggle Georgia Guildstones]. Finally, the commission concludes war is an important and essential stimulus for scientific and creative arts.

Social Welfare State
Next the report reviews the possible economic substitutions for war. The author makes it clear that these surrogate programs must be "wasteful." However, the author concludes that a total social welfare state would only serve as a surrogate for a limited time based on the relative strait-forwardness and economy of all the goals. Consequently, the commission claimed such as system would only be a viable alternative to war for only about 10 years. These surrogate goals include:

Drastic expansion of medical research, education, and training facilities; hospital and clinic construction; the general objective of complete government-guaranteed health care for all, at a level consistent with current developments in medical technology.
The equivalent of the foregoing in teacher training; schools and libraries; the drastic upgrading of standards, with the general objective of making available for all an attainable educational goal equivalent to what is now considered a professional degree.
Clean, comfortable, safe, and spacious living space for all, at the level now enjoyed by about 15 percent of the population in this country (less in most others).
The establishment of a system of mass public transportation making it possible for all to travel to and from areas of work and recreation quickly, comfortably, and conveniently, and to travel privately for pleasure rather than necessity.
The development and protection of water supplies, forests, parks, and other natural resources; the elimination of chemical and bacterial contaminants from air, water, and soil.
The genuine elimination of poverty, defined by a standard consistent with current economic productivity, by means of a guaranteed annual income or whatever system of distribution will best assure its achievement.

Space Program
According to the commission, another economic surrogate to war is a giant "space research" program with a long-range sequence of "largely unattainable goals." Because the Universe is so big, even if one project succeeds, there is no end to substitute problems. According to the commission report, "Space research can be viewed as the nearest modern equivalent yet devised to the pyramid-building, and similar ritualistic enterprises, of ancient societies. . . but current programs are absurdly obviously disproportionate, in the relationship of the knowledge sought to the expenditures committed."

World Government
Next is discussed political substitutions for war. This includes the development of an external threat the would unite the people together against a common enemy. One such enemy would be an international police force and world court that would engage in inspection, regulation, sanctions, and seizures of property.

Mock Extraterrestrial Threat
However, the best political substitute cited by the Special Study Group was the potential threat of UFO/ET's The commission claims "it has been hotly argued that such a menace would offer the "last, best hope of peace," etc., by uniting mankind against the danger of destruction by "creatures" from other planets or from outer space." However, the group concludes that:

"the most ambitious and unrealistic space project cannot of itself generate a believable external menace. Experiments have been proposed to test the credibility of an out-of-our-world invasion threat [War of the Worlds Radio Program]; it is possible that a few of the more difficult-to-explain "flying saucer" indicents of recent years were in fact early experiments of this kind [Area 51]. If so, they could hardly have been judged encouraging. We anticipate no difficulties in making a "need" for a giant super space program credible for economic purposes, even were there not ample precedent; extending it, for political purposes" [Operation Bluebeam].

Man-Made Global Warming Hoax
The last political replacement for war was the threat of economic disaster and gross environmental pollution in the place of the possibility of mass destruction by nuclear weapons as the "apparent threat to the survival of the species". "

"Poisoning of the air, and of the principal sources of food and water supply, is already well advanced, and at first glance would seem promising in this respect; it constitutes a threat that can be dealt with only through social organization and political power. But from present indications it will be a generation to a generation and a half before environmental pollution, however severe, will be sufficiently menacing, on a global scale, to offer a possible basis for a solution. It is true that the rate of pollution could be increased selectively for this purpose; in fact, the mere modifying of existing programs for the deterrence of pollution could speed up the process enough to make the threat credible much sooner. But the pollution problem has been so widely publicized in recent years that it seems highly improbably that a program of deliberate environmental poisoning could be implemented in a politically acceptable manner."

Peace Corps
The sociological substitution for war is via the Peace Corps or Job Corps. These groups would give an institution for controlling the socially alienated and disaffected, the economically unprepared, the psychologically unconformable, the hard-core "delinquents," the incorrigible "subversives". According to the report, the same unemployable that are "somehow" transformed by the discipline of the military service model could be benefited by a similar "Unarmed Forces" plan.

Reintroduction of Slavery
Another surrogate for social control according to the report was inspired by the works of HG Wells, Huxley, Orwell, and others who are engaged in the imaginative anticipation of the future sociology. According to the commission, the fantasies projected in Brave New World and 1984 involved the modern reintroduction of slavery which could begin with the adoption of some form of "universal" military service.

Blood Games and Religion
Next, the commission discusses the usefulness of the reintroduction of "blood games" as a way to control individual aggressive impulses. The council comments that Games Theorists and commercial film writer and producers have been given the task to develop a model for the "ritualized manhunt" like the Spanish Inquisition or the Salem Witch Trials that would provide a means for "social purification"and "state security".

Blood games involve the gruesome ritualized public torture and murder of individuals. At first the killing is for the purpose of eliciting maximum paralyzing fear in the people. But, after a while, the ritual can turn into a sort of a game that people see as entertaining or fun, especially if the support for the ritual is required by the gods or the ruling elite for social purification, security, fertility, good harvest, peace, prosperity etc. The people then begin to police themselves and rid themselves of anyone in the society who challenges authority.

Euguenic (Gattaca)
According to the commission, war has failed in its ecological purpose. According to the Think Tank, war has not been successful in solving the population crisis, nor in progressing our genetics. Therefore, the commission proposed a eugenics system that completely controls reproductive ability were procreation is conducted by artificial insemination wholly under laboratory conditions and under complete eugenics management. Conception could be controlled by the equivalent to "the pill" in the water supplies or certain essential foodstuffs that could be reversed by a specific "antidote." According to the report, such a comprehensive system is much preferred over the historical practice of infanticide and abortion.

Modern Art
Finally, the replacement for science, art and culture would require would involve an evolution of art from "the burden of expressing the sociomoral values and conflicts of a war-oriented society" but the "value-free new aesthetic" would be for pure decoration, entertainment, or play. Science would concern itself with the work of the new space program, eugenics program, and medical research.

The conclusions of this valueless, unconscionable report call for the suspension of the US Constitution and the subvert the individual freedoms of the people. Instead, this document treats humans like objects or cattle without mercy or humanity and without faith in the True God and Father in Heaven or His Son Jesus Christ and it denies the true purpose of life and is based on the false Malthusian assumption that there are limited resources. However scripture promises that God who created the Earth said the Earth is full, and there is enough for all and to spare.

D&C 104:17 For the earth is full, and there is enough and to spare; yea, I prepared all things, and have given unto the children of men to be agents unto themselves.

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