Jan 27, 2016

A Political Awakening Unprecedented in Scope and Intensity

via The Traitor Within

In the Autumn 2005 issue of 'American Interest' magazine, top New World Order guru and power-monger, creator of the Taliban and the Tri-Lateral Commision and former National Security Advisor for President Jimmy Carter, Zbigniew Kazimierz Brzezinski, (born in Poland, the son of an aristocratic Polish diplomat) conceded that a century of dumbing-down in America (and forty years of the same in the UK) had not achieved the required results.

Here’s what he said:
"For the first time in history almost all of humanity is politically activated, politically conscious and politically interactive… America needs to face squarely a centrally important new global reality: that the world’s population is experiencing A POLITICAL AWAKENING UNPRECEDENTED IN SCOPE AND INTENSITY, with the result that THE POLITICS OF POPULISM ARE TRANSFORMING THE POLITICS OF POWER… 
The central challenge of our time is posed not by global terrorism, but rather by the intensifying turbulence caused by THE PHENOMENON OF GLOBAL POLITICAL AWAKENING… These energies transcend sovereign borders and pose a challenge both to existing states as well as TO THE EXISTING GLOBAL HIERARCHY, ON TOP OF WHICH AMERICA STILL PERCHES… 
The quest for political dignity, especially through national self-determination and social transformation, is part of the pulse of self-assertion by the world’s underprivileged…
I am deeply troubled that a very vague… diagnosis of the central global menace is obscuring our national ability to comprehend the historically unprecedented challenge, which is being posed in our time by A MASSIVE, GLOBAL POLITICAL AWAKENING and thus is OBSTRUCTING OUR ABILITY TO DEAL EFFECTIVELY with the global political turmoil that this awakening is generating."
In the YouTube video below, he can be seen saying much the same (Montreal 2010) thing in person:


A 'European Forum For New Ideas' event saw Brzezinski say this in November 2012:
"A truly American domination is no longer possible. That is so for several reasons. In recent decades, worldwide social change has experienced an unprecedented worldwide acceleration, particularly because of instant mass communication, such as radio, television, and the Internet, which cumulatively have been stimulating a universal awakening of mass political consciousness.

The resulting widespread rise in WORLDWIDE POPULIST ACTIVISM IS PROVING INIMICAL TO EXTERNAL DOMINATION of the kind that prevailed in the age of colonialism and imperialism. Persistent and highly motivated populist resistance of politically awakened and historically resentful peoples to external control has proven to be increasingly difficult to suppress... as the rising turmoil in both the Middle East and South-west Asia are foreshadowing."

In his 1970 book, ’Between Two Ages: America's role in the Technotronic Era,’ the same elite, establishment savage said this:
"The technotronic era involves the gradual appearance of A MORE CONTROLLED SOCIETY. Such a society would be DOMINATED BY AN ELITE, UNRESTRAINED BY TRADITIONAL VALUES. Soon it will be possible to assert almost continuous surveillance over every citizen and maintain up-to-date complete files containing even the most personal information about the citizen. These files will be subject to instantaneous retrieval by the authorities."
Here are some of the other things he said in his 2005 ‘American Interest' essay:
"The majority of states existing today no longer rule relatively pliant populations, and many are vulnerable to being SWAMPED BY POPULIST DEMANDS that transcend their capacity to respond effectively.

It will require increasingly SUPRANATIONAL COOPERATION, ACTIVELY PROMOTED BY THE UNITED STATES, to compensate for the weakness of nominally sovereign states... THE NATION-STATE FRAMEWORK HAS BECOME TOO NARROW FOR THE POLITICAL SOLUTIONS, economic remedies and social 'depressurization' that a majority of populations urgently need…

Democracy per se is not an enduring solution… a hasty imposition of democratic processes, for example, in the Middle East, is likely to be exploited by radically resentful populism, often with strong anti-American overtones...

The historic paradox of our time is that supranational cooperation… is only possible if the lead is taken by the last sovereign state, and joined by the more resilient regional powers WILLING EVENTUALLY TO SUBSUME THEIR OWN SOVEREIGNTY UNDER MORE EFFECTIVE SUPRANATIONAL ARRANGEMENTS. However, a comprehensive strategy for GUIDING THE VOLATILE AND POLITICALLY RESTLESS GLOBAL MINDSET cannot be championed by a fear-driven country seeking refuge in a nation-wide gated community. An effective response can only come from a self-confident America genuinely committed to a new vision of global solidarity…

Let it be said right away that supranationality should not be confused with world government… America must instead become the pacesetter in shaping a world that is defined less by THE FICTION OF STATE SOVEREIGNTY AND MORE BY THE REALITY OF EXPANDING AND POLITICALLY REGULATED INTERDEPENDENCE. With globalisation no longer redefining just economic affairs but increasingly also transforming political relations, US sovereignty harnessed in the service of the common good is likely to enjoy greater and longer global acceptance than America's current preoccupation with its own security.

The promotion of socially responsive and POLITICALLY STABILIZING GLOBAL SOLIDARITY in our increasingly restless world will have to move along both formal and informal tracks… Informal arrangements among key power brokers will have to substitute for the inability of the some 200 nominally sovereign states to legitimate a decision-making process that reflects the realities of power."
So Brzezinski has figured out we're on the rise, that 'mass communication... the Internet... has stimulated 'a universal awakening of mass political consciousness.'

This, in turn, has seen 'the politics of populism are transforming the politics of power.'

So, when Cameron, Blair and the rest bang on about 'global terrorism,' you should always remember that the real power brokers, the Brzezinskis, do not see this as 'the central challenge of our time.' That accolade has been earned by 'the phenomenon of global political awakening.'

It's us the bad guys are afraid of. Those who resisted the dumbing-down and the drugging-up. Those who have broken free of the political and media brainwash.

Why do you think they're importing 'historically resentful peoples' into our world, ladies and gents? In my opinion, the elite needs them to fight the internet savvy, newly awakened masses of White World. The mutual destruction of both of these irritants would suit the Brzezinskis just fine.

The powers-that-be are at war with us. The immigrant is their footsoldier, political correctness and the media brainwash their weapons of mass destruction.

So what if the WMD are losing their effectiveness?
"It is easier to kill one million people than it is to control them," says Brzezinski.

That's the calibre of creep that has ruled our world since the end of the second world war.

Those of you who are no longer 'willing... to subsume' your 'own sovereignty' to folks like him should sharpen your pitchforks.

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