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Sunday, July 23, 2017

How the World Really Works Chapter 7. Report From Iron Mountain

Chapter Seven: Report from Iron Mountain: How the World Really Works by Alan B. Jones from Third World Traveler

from the book
Report from Iron Mountain
[The Report says that] the prime political function of warfare is to preserve poverty in the society as an aid to maintaining the elite class in control.
[The Report says that] individual citizens will willingly rise to the defense of their society when they see it being threatened by an external enemy. The enemy, of course, must be formidable and the threat real, or at least perceived to be real. Such a major threat to one's society justifies to the individual the loss of life associated with meeting that threat, including even the loss of one's own life. It may be very difficult, says the Report, to find a substitute for war that produces the desired waste of resources and is at the same time so readily acceptable to the populace.

from Report from Iron Mountain
The permanent possibility of war is the foundation for stable government; it supplies the basis for general acceptance of political authority. It has enabled societies to maintain necessary class distinctions, and it has ensured the subordination of the citizen to the state.
from G. Edward Griffin's book "The Creature from Jekyll Island"
[Report from Iron Mountain] was commissioned and executed, not by ivory tower dreamers and theoreticians, but by people who are in charge. It is the brainchild of the CFR [Council on Foreign Relations]. Furthermore, it should be obvious that the stratagems outlined in the report are already being implemented. All one has to do is hold the report in one hand and the daily newspaper in the other to realize that every major trend in American life is conforming to the recommendations of the report. So many things that otherwise are incomprehensible suddenly become perfectly clear: foreign aid, wasteful spending, the destruction of American industry, a job corps, gun control, a national police force, the apparent demise of Soviet power, a UN army, disarmament, a world bank, a world money, the surrender of national independence through treaties, and the ecology hysteria. The Report From Iron Mountain has already created our present. It is now shaping our future.

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