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I posted this article about a year ago, but I guess the headline did not grab the attention it should have. After re-reading it, I just now realized how EXPLOSIVE this thing is.

This is something you've got to print out and hand out to all your Congressmen, your doubtful familymembers and anyone who will listen. Basically, this is the entire gameplan - by a French bigwig's own admission.

Keep in mind this was written back in 1990 and was published by MIT Press. We're well near the implementation phase - now's the time to spread this like wildfire and sound the alarm.

For those who cannot be bothered to read the whole thing, I'll summarize it here:

* The family, the school, the industry, the hospital, the prison are all DEAD. They're giving them their 'last rites' as we're speaking.
* Most of them will be incorporated into the 'corporation' - wages will be even lower and even less substantial, because the 'bonus' so to speak will be more of a 'psychological' bonus.
- * He admits that the whole corporate 'group session' is all meant as a conditioning game - it's meant so people get into fights over prestige - to encourage the 'dog-eats-dog' mentality as it is on the workplace.
* In the future, there will be 'perpetual' learning - continuous exams and so on.
* ID cards and electronic bracelets will monitor you day and night and WILL be able to prevent you from entering certain residential areas or (for instance) being able to leave the country.
* In the 'hospitals', the doctor and patient relationship is to be abolished. The 'computer' will decide if you are a 'risk', and you will be quarantined.
* Computers are central in all this - well, gee whiz.
* Our 'economies' are only meant to be 'service economies' - all the production is in the Third World (well, that would be China, India - that have now grown ot be First World).
* Some talk about ONE SINGLE CORPORATION that only has stockholders (think back to the movie Network with the guy who played Howard Beale)
* You will be eternally in DEBT.
* Convicted persons will get an electronic collar and be forced to stay at home during certain hours depending on their penalty. I guess they will flick you in front of a Project Natal-type device and 'reprogram you', but that's just something I added.
* They want to break up the unions. And if the unions 'reject' this new society of 'control' - then something has to be done about them.
* You will learn HOW TO SERVE the elite. That's in this French twit's own words: "It's up to them to discover what they're being made to serve".


Hopefully I didn't ruin your day when you read all that. Now, onto the document - which will be in the next post.
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Re: ATTN: READ THIS DOCUMENT FROM 1990 - IT LAYS OUT THE WHOLE AGENDA
« Reply #1 on: November 11, 2009, 07:44:34 PM »
Oh, and I forget: it also talks about the Role-Based Access Control - everything you will be able to do on your computer will be regulated by role-based access control - what are YOU allowed to access, and at any given time they can revoke those rights. And this will count for EVERYTHING - not just your Internet, not just your computer, not just your access to data at work - it means your money, your social security, everything. They can make you just not EXIST. Think of The Net.

http://www.nadir.org/nadir/archiv/netzkritik/societyofcontrol.html

Society Of Control - Gilles Deleuze (1990)

I. Historical
     

Foucault located the disciplinary societies in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries; they reach their height at the outset of the twentieth. They initiate the organization of vast spaces of enclosure. The individual never ceases passing from one closed environment to another, each having its own laws: first the family; then the school ("you are no longer in your family"); then the barracks ("you are no longer at school"); then the factory; from time to time the hospital; possibly the prison, the preeminent instance of the enclosed environment. It's the prison that serves as the analogical model: at the sight of some laborers, the heroine of Rossellini's Europa '51 could exclaim, "I thought I was seeing convicts."

Foucault has brilliantly analyzed the ideal project of these environments of enclosure, particularly visible within the factory: to concentrate; to distribute in space; to order in time; to compose a productive force within the dimension of space-time whose effect will be greater than the sum of its component forces. But what Foucault recognized as well was the transience of this model: it succeeded that of the societies of sovereignty, the goal and functions of which were something quite different (to tax rather than to organize production, to rule on death rather than to administer life); the transition took place over time, and Napoleon seemed to effect the large-scale conversion from one society to the other. But in their turn the disciplines underwent a crisis to the benefit of new forces that were gradually instituted and which accelerated after World War II: a disciplinary society was what we already no longer were, what we had ceased to be.

We are in a generalized crisis in relation to all the environments of enclosure--prison, hospital, factory, school, family. The family is an "interior," in crisis like all other interiors--scholarly, professional, etc. The administrations in charge never cease announcing supposedly necessary reforms: to reform schools, to reform industries, hospitals, the armed forces, prisons. But everyone knows that these institutions are finished, whatever the length of their expiration periods. It's only a matter of administering their last rites and of keeping people employed until the installation of the new forces knocking at the door. These are the societies of control, which are in the process of replacing disciplinary societies. "Control" is the name Burroughs proposes as a term for the new monster, one that Foucault recognizes as our immediate future. Paul Virilio also is continually analyzing the ultrarapid forms of free-floating control that replaced the old disciplines operating in the time frame of a closed system. There is no need to invoke the extraordinary pharmaceutical productions, the molecular engineering, the genetic manipulations, although these are slated to enter the new process. There is no need to ask which is the toughest regime, for it's within each of them that liberating and enslaving forces confront one another. For example, in the crisis of the hospital as environment of enclosure, neighborhood clinics, hospices, and day care could at first express new freedom, but they could participate as well in mechanisms of control that are equal to the harshest of confinements. There is no need to fear or hope, but only to look for new weapons.

 
II. Logic
     

The different internments of spaces of enclosure through which the individual passes are independent variables: each time one us supposed to start from zero, and although a common language for all these places exists, it is analogical. One the other hand, the different control mechanisms are inseparable variations, forming a system of variable geometry the language of which is numerical (which doesn't necessarily mean binary). Enclosures are molds, distinct castings, but controls are a modulation, like a self-deforming cast that will continuously change from one moment to the other, or like a sieve whose mesh will transmute from point to point.

This is obvious in the matter of salaries: the factory was a body that contained its internal forces at the level of equilibrium, the highest possible in terms of production, the lowest possible in terms of wages; but in a society of control, the corporation has replaced the factory, and the corporation is a spirit, a gas. Of course the factory was already familiar with the system of bonuses, but the corporation works more deeply to impose a modulation of each salary, in states of perpetual metastability that operate through challenges, contests, and highly comic group sessions. If the most idiotic television game shows are so successful, it's because they express the corporate situation with great precision. The factory constituted individuals as a single body to the double advantage of the boss who surveyed each element within the mass and the unions who mobilized a mass resistance; but the corporation constantly presents the brashest rivalry as a healthy form of emulation, an excellent motivational force that opposes individuals against one another and runs through each, dividing each within. The modulating principle of "salary according to merit" has not failed to tempt national education itself. Indeed, just as the corporation replaces the factory, perpetual training tends to replace the school, and continuous control to replace the examination. Which is the surest way of delivering the school over to the corporation.

In the disciplinary societies one was always starting again (from school to the barracks, from the barracks to the factory), while in the societies of control one is never finished with anything--the corporation, the educational system, the armed services being metastable states coexisting in one and the same modulation, like a universal system of deformation. In The Trial, Kafka, who had already placed himself at the pivotal point between two types of social formation, described the most fearsome of judicial forms. The apparent acquittal of the disciplinary societies (between two incarcerations); and the limitless postponements of the societies of control (in continuous variation) are two very different modes of juridicial life, and if our law is hesitant, itself in crisis, it's because we are leaving one in order to enter the other. The disciplinary societies have two poles: the signature that designates the individual, and the number or administrative numeration that indicates his or her position within a mass. This is because the disciplines never saw any incompatibility between these two, and because at the same time power individualizes and masses together, that is, constitutes those over whom it exercises power into a body and molds the individuality of each member of that body. (Foucault saw the origin of this double charge in the pastoral power of the priest--the flock and each of its animals--but civil power moves in turn and by other means to make itself lay "priest.") In the societies of control, on the other hand, what is important is no longer either a signature or a number, but a code: the code is a password, while on the other hand disciplinary societies are regulated by watchwords (as much from the point of view of integration as from that of resistance). The numerical language of control is made of codes that mark access to information, or reject it. We no longer find ourselves dealing with the mass/individual pair. Individuals have become "dividuals," and masses, samples, data, markets, or "banks." Perhaps it is money that expresses the distinction between the two societies best, since discipline always referred back to minted money that locks gold as numerical standard, while control relates to floating rates of exchange, modulated according to a rate established by a set of standard currencies. The old monetary mole is the animal of the space of enclosure, but the serpent is that of the societies of control. We have passed from one animal to the other, from the mole to the serpent, in the system under which we live, but also in our manner of living and in our relations with others. The disciplinary man was a discontinuous producer of energy, but the man of control is undulatory, in orbit, in a continuous network. Everywhere surfing has already replaced the older sports.

Types of machines are easily matched with each type of society--not that machines are determining, but because they express those social forms capable of generating them and using them. The old societies of sovereignty made use of simple machines--levers, pulleys, clocks; but the recent disciplinary societies equipped themselves with machines involving energy, with the passive danger of entropy and the active danger of sabotage; the societies of control operate with machines of a third type, computers, whose passive danger is jamming and whose active one is piracy or the introduction of viruses. This technological evolution must be, even more profoundly, a mutation of capitalism, an already well-known or familiar mutation that can be summed up as follows: nineteenth-century capitalism is a capitalism of concentration, for production and for property. It therefore erects a factory as a space of enclosure, the capitalist being the owner of the means of production but also, progressively, the owner of other spaces conceived through analogy (the worker's familial house, the school). As for markets, they are conquered sometimes by specialization, sometimes by colonization, sometimes by lowering the costs of production. But in the present situation, capitalism is no longer involved in production, which it often relegates to the Third World, even for the complex forms of textiles, metallurgy, or oil production. It's a capitalism of higher-order production. It no-longer buys raw materials and no longer sells the finished products: it buys the finished products or assembles parts. What it wants to sell is services but what it wants to buy is stocks. This is no longer a capitalism for production but for the product, which is to say, for being sold or marketed. Thus is essentially dispersive, and the factory has given way to the corporation. The family, the school, the army, the factory are no longer the distinct analogical spaces that converge towards an owner--state or private power--but coded figures--deformable and transformable--of a single corporation that now has only stockholders. Even art has left the spaces of enclosure in order to enter into the open circuits of the bank. The conquests of the market are made by grabbing control and no longer by disciplinary training, by fixing the exchange rate much more than by lowering costs, by transformation of the product more than by specialization of production. Corruption thereby gains a new power. Marketing has become the center or the "soul" of the corporation. We are taught that corporations have a soul, which is the most terrifying news in the world. The operation of markets is now the instrument of social control and forms the impudent breed of our masters. Control is short-term and of rapid rates of turnover, but also continuous and without limit, while discipline was of long duration, infinite and discontinuous. Man is no longer man enclosed, but man in debt. It is true that capitalism has retained as a constant the extreme poverty of three-quarters of humanity, too poor for debt, too numerous for confinement: control will not only have to deal with erosions of frontiers but with the explosions within shanty towns or ghettos.

 
III. Program
     

The conception of a control mechanism, giving the position of any element within an open environment at any given instant (whether animal in a reserve or human in a corporation, as with an electronic collar), is not necessarily one of science fiction. Felix Guattari has imagined a city where one would be able to leave one's apartment, one's street, one's neighborhood, thanks to one's (dividual) electronic card that raises a given barrier; but the card could just as easily be rejected on a given day or between certain hours; what counts is not the barrier but the computer that tracks each person's position--licit or illicit--and effects a universal modulation.

The socio-technological study of the mechanisms of control, grasped at their inception, would have to be categorical and to describe what is already in the process of substitution for the disciplinary sites of enclosure, whose crisis is everywhere proclaimed. It may be that older methods, borrowed from the former societies of sovereignty, will return to the fore, but with the necessary modifications. What counts is that we are at the beginning of something. In the prison system: the attempt to find penalties of "substitution," at least for petty crimes, and the use of electronic collars that force the convicted person to stay at home during certain hours. For the school system: continuous forms of control, and the effect on the school of perpetual training, the corresponding abandonment of all university research, the introduction of the "corporation" at all levels of schooling. For the hospital system: the new medicine "without doctor or patient" that singles out potential sick people and subjects at risk, which in no way attests to individuation--as they say--but substitutes for the individual or numerical body the code of a "dividual" material to be controlled. In the corporate system: new ways of handling money, profits, and humans that no longer pass through the old factory form. These are very small examples, but ones that will allow for better understanding of what is meant by the crisis of the institutions, which is to say, the progressive and dispersed installation of a new system of domination. One of the most important questions will concern the ineptitude of the unions: tied to the whole of their history of struggle against the disciplines or within the spaces of enclosure, will they be able to adapt themselves or will they give way to new forms of resistance against the societies of control? Can we already grasp the rough outlines of the coming forms, capable of threatening the joys of marketing? Many young people strangely boast of being "motivated"; they re-request apprenticeships and permanent training. It's up to them to discover what they're being made to serve, just as their elders discovered, not without difficulty, the telos of the disciplines. The coils of a serpent are even more complex that the burrows of a molehill.
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Re: ATTN: READ THIS DOCUMENT FROM 1990 - IT LAYS OUT THE WHOLE AGENDA
« Reply #2 on: November 11, 2009, 07:46:32 PM »
Here's one of the books in which this was published:

Rethinking architecture: a reader in cultural theory - Neil Leach (1997)

http://books.google.com/books?id=o5Q56G7opmcC&pg=PA309&dq=Postscript+on+the+societies+of+control&client=firefox-a#v=onepage&q=Postscript%20on%20the%20societies%20of%20control&f=false

Go to page 309.
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Re: ATTN: READ THIS DOCUMENT FROM 1990 - IT LAYS OUT THE WHOLE AGENDA
« Reply #3 on: November 16, 2009, 10:57:19 AM »
This is startling and disturbing on many levels.

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« Reply #4 on: November 16, 2009, 11:04:04 AM »
Woah! Bump and saved 4 later

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Re: ATTN: READ THIS DOCUMENT FROM 1990 - IT LAYS OUT THE WHOLE AGENDA
« Reply #5 on: November 16, 2009, 07:29:36 PM »
Topic bump.
Words can not describe how I feel, I am exiled in the UK away from my husband and babies and I so much love and miss them, I am heartbroken about my ordeal. I am so upset and overwhelmed by it all. I am not taking anything for my depression. I'm trying to hang in there, but it is hard.

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Re: ATTN: READ THIS DOCUMENT FROM 1990 - IT LAYS OUT THE WHOLE AGENDA
« Reply #6 on: November 16, 2009, 09:35:28 PM »
Glad you guys recognized the importance of this - I wasn't sure what I was looking at a few months ago when I first posted it, but now in light of all that has happened it all makes perfect sense doesn't it...
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Re: ATTN: READ THIS DOCUMENT FROM 1990 - IT LAYS OUT THE WHOLE AGENDA
« Reply #7 on: December 12, 2009, 01:14:28 PM »
thanks for this
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Re: ATTN: READ THIS DOCUMENT FROM 1990 - IT LAYS OUT THE WHOLE AGENDA
« Reply #8 on: December 12, 2009, 01:48:17 PM »
still reading over this one

Control and Becoming
Gilles Deleuze in conversation with Antonio Negri

http://www.generation-online.org/p/fpdeleuze3.htm
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Re: ATTN: READ THIS DOCUMENT FROM 1990 - IT LAYS OUT THE WHOLE AGENDA
« Reply #9 on: January 17, 2010, 03:28:45 AM »
Hi Squarepusher - it's Blissentia from outlaw forum. Sorry for the way you were treated there.

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Re: ATTN: READ THIS DOCUMENT FROM 1990 - IT LAYS OUT THE WHOLE AGENDA
« Reply #10 on: September 22, 2010, 07:37:16 PM »
wow...I have totally avoided reading this guys writings (very challenging reading, IMO). But this stuff is really hard to talk about isn't it? Humanity is being decapitated - the concept and being of the soul utterly buried and crushed, and willingly so, as it seems. The will to power (or control) has been the driving force of the elite since the begin of human time and its inhuman face is starting to really show, isn't it? The egyptian slaves worshipped their dieties. We have ours: the cold, cunning "objective" face of world domination and control - an impulse and a drive, not out of love, but of sheer aggressive will to power no matter what the cost. The computer IS our divine idol of death.

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Re: ATTN: READ THIS DOCUMENT FROM 1990 - IT LAYS OUT THE WHOLE AGENDA
« Reply #11 on: September 22, 2010, 07:49:21 PM »
Hi Squarepusher - it's Blissentia from outlaw forum. Sorry for the way you were treated there.

You know you are dealing with a cointelpro site when they can diss someone like Squarepusher; who is the ultimate researcher and contributer of truth to this forum. They lose bigtime. Epic FAIL on outlaw's part.
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Re: ATTN: READ THIS DOCUMENT FROM 1990 - IT LAYS OUT THE WHOLE AGENDA
« Reply #12 on: September 27, 2010, 02:40:54 PM »
Check this part out from http://www.generation-online.org/p/fpdeleuze3.htm

Deleuze: We're definitely moving toward "control" societies that are no longer exactly disciplinary. Foucault's often taken as the theorist of discipli nary societies and of their principal technology, confinement (not just in hospitals and prisons, but in schools, factories, and barracks). But he was actually one of the first to say that we're moving away from dis ciplinary societies, we've already left them behind. We're moving toward control societies that no longer operate by confining people but through continuous control and instant communication. Bur roughs was the first to address this. People are of course constantly talking about prisons, schools, hospitals: the institutions are breaking down. But they're breaking down because they're fighting a losing battle. New kinds of punishment, education, health care are being stealth ily introduced. Open hospitals and teams providing home care have been around for some time. One can envisage education becoming less and less a closed site differentiated from the workspace as anoth er closed site, but both disappearing and giving way to frightful con tinual training, to continual monitoring7 of worker-schoolkids or bureaucrat-students. They try to present this as a reform of the school system, but it's really its dismantling. In a control-based system noth ing's left alone for long. You yourself long ago suggested how work in Italy was being transformed by forms of part-time work done at home, which have spread since you wrote (and by new forms of circulation and distribution of products). One can of course see how each kind of society corresponds to a particular kind of machine—with simple mechanical machines corresponding to sovereign societies, thermo-dynamic machines to disciplinary societies, cybernetic machines and computers to control societies. But the machines don't explain any thing, you have to analyze the collective arrangements of which the machines are just one component. Compared with the approaching forms of ceaseless control in open sites, we may come to see the harsh est confinement as part of a wonderful happy past. The quest for "uni-versals of communication" ought to make us shudder. It's true that, even before control societies are fully in place, forms of delinquency or resistance (two different things) are also appearing. Computer pira cy and viruses, for example, will replace strikes and what the nine teenth century called "sabotage" ("clogging" the machinery) .8 You ask whether control or communication societies will lead to forms of resis tance that might reopen the way for a communism understood as the "transversal organization of free individuals." Maybe, I don't know. But it would be nothing to do with minorities speaking out. Maybe speech and communication have been corrupted. They're thoroughly per meated by money—and not by accident but by their very nature. We've got to hijack speech. Creating has always been something dif ferent from communicating. The key thing may be to create vacuoles of noncommunication, circuit breakers, so we can elude control.

Sweet god if you look at it, its kind of true, all nsa net monitoring, google analitics, ptech technology, moving health records to central databases, biometric ids, telehealth where your operated on by robots, becoming a cashless society.........pretty insane when you think about it, one thing that will a constant is i guess the hacker underground will become pretty huge due to people wanting to avoid all these restrictions and tracking.
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Re: ATTN: READ THIS DOCUMENT FROM 1990 - IT LAYS OUT THE WHOLE AGENDA
« Reply #13 on: September 27, 2010, 02:51:49 PM »
This one is pretty interesting as well from: http://www.generation-online.org/t/tradicalmachines.htm

As Bifo tells us recalling Orwell, in our post-democratic world (or if you prefer in empire) managers have seized command: "Capitalism is disappearing, but Socialism is not replacing it. What is now arising is a new kind of planned, centralised society which will be neither capitalist nor, in any accepted sense of the word, democratic. The rulers of this new society will be the people who effectively control the means of production: that is, business executives, technicians, bureaucrats and soldiers, lumped together by Burnham, under the name of managers. These people will eliminate the old capitalist class, crush the working class, and so organise society that all power and economic privilege remain in their own hands. Private property rights will be abolished, but common ownership will not be established. The new managerial societies will not consist of a patchwork of small, independent states, but of great super-states grouped round the main industrial centres in Europe, Asia, and America. Internally, each society will be hierarchical, with an aristocracy of talent at the top and a mass of semi-slaves at the bottom". (5)

Then again nothing we dident know already.
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Re: ATTN: READ THIS DOCUMENT FROM 1990 - IT LAYS OUT THE WHOLE AGENDA
« Reply #14 on: September 27, 2010, 03:18:20 PM »
Just found this thread. Thanks.
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Re: ATTN: READ THIS DOCUMENT FROM 1990 - IT LAYS OUT THE WHOLE AGENDA
« Reply #15 on: September 27, 2010, 04:01:00 PM »
Very interesting man.  I found a video lecture of someone attempting to explain Deleuze's philosophy.

The Philosophy of Gilles Deleuze. 2007 1/5

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqisvKSuA70   
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Re: ATTN: READ THIS DOCUMENT FROM 1990 - IT LAYS OUT THE WHOLE AGENDA
« Reply #16 on: September 27, 2010, 04:22:38 PM »
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« Reply #18 on: January 22, 2011, 03:04:18 AM »
Fascinating stuff.  Thanks Square.   ;D

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« Reply #19 on: February 21, 2011, 04:14:52 AM »
Great Post,

Talking of laying out the whole agenda, check out this short film. It is called "The Banker" and I think it sums up the whole agenda in 5 minutes than most documentaries do in 3 hours. The guy who plays the banker is creepy as hell. Reminds me of Hannibal Lectur. He portrays the cold lack of empathy the elite feel for the rest of us perfectly.

A must watch if like me you are furious about the constant bailouts and back tracking from our governments on financial institutions.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=peX4dBEF0Vg

It is well worth a watch and only takes 5 minutes, perfect way to explain the globalists plan to doubters with short attention spans.

Enjoy


Excellent video, thanks.
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Re: ATTN: READ THIS DOCUMENT FROM 1990 - IT LAYS OUT THE WHOLE AGENDA
« Reply #20 on: February 27, 2011, 06:30:28 PM »
It's inevitable GOD bless America I pray I'm wrong

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« Reply #21 on: May 30, 2011, 01:16:42 PM »
Thought this worthy of another bump. 

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« Reply #22 on: May 30, 2011, 05:38:41 PM »
Squarepusher..Bumped, agreed and glad you posted this again.
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« Reply #23 on: July 02, 2011, 04:41:45 PM »
This plan has been thought out many years past. Go to Bertand Russel, and Aldous Huxley. 

This report is just a more updated, slightly more detatiled report of our planned society, our new Feudal System.

It's really not that complex, once you understand that the system is about command and control to EVERYTHING.

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Re: ATTN: READ THIS DOCUMENT FROM 1990 - IT LAYS OUT THE WHOLE AGENDA
« Reply #24 on: August 16, 2011, 10:00:11 PM »

Man,at is so hard to read this stuff,although i am totally awake.It is so sad,to have predators above us-that cant wait to kill us,use us as slaves-which they have done all through out time- the difference is this time ,i don't believe it will be able to be defeated once it is all in place.

Just to add,it is odd that this fellow it such an Elite minion scumbag considering his brother was in the french resistance against the Nazi's and was killed in transit to the camps after he was caught.
ONLY answer to God,for God is Good, honest and just.God is the one,we'll have to answer to one day for our actions in the here and now -DO NOT DOUBT IT!