The Transnational Financial Parasites: Make-Believe Gods Of A Global Insane Asylum
April 10, 2012
“Deacon Frost: Tonight the age of man comes to an end. No more compromises.
Quinn: We’re gonna be Gods.” – Blade (1998). Screenwriter: David S. Goyer. Director: Stephen Norrington.
“Blade: You better wake up. The world you live in is just a sugar-coated topping! There is another world beneath it – the real world.” – Blade (1998).
“The mid-fifties were characterized by theories and feelings that a revolution in social thinking was overdue. Apparently, however, no one could work up enough of a head of steam to get things moving. But the theoretical concepts were there. For example, I am thinking of one fine psychological writer in particular, the late Robert Lindner. He was the author of Prescription for Rebellion which almost made the mark, though I suspect the time was not yet ripe for the emergence of a movement to devise widespread change of patterns of thought and behavior. Attention needs to be redirected to it, however, because there are some saving principles enunciated there.
It was basic to his thinking that all Western society is “neurotic” since Western man lives only according to taboos, myths, legends — beliefs without foundation in fact. Yet the average psychiatrist, Lindner complained, tries to “adjust” his patients to placid acceptance of a maladjusted society. This procedure has caused many to condemn psychological practice as a “quack religion.” And so it is, according to Lindner, whenever it offers the individual no more than resubmergence in mass man. If psychological science is sound, then in order to save Western man, our fundamental behavior and basic beliefs must be made to yield to the efforts of informed rebels. It has taken several years for the “informed rebels” to surface and make their influence felt.” – Israel Regardie, from his introduction to Aleister Crowley’s The Law is For All, included in the book, “An Interview With Israel Regardie: His Final Thoughts and Views,” edited by Christopher S. Hyatt. 1985. Falcon Press: Phoenix, Arizona. Pg. 88-89.
“We recognize beauty. The firmament is the evidence of God – the architect. People say Luciferians call their God the architect – a counterfeit of the real architect, the real great architect. You look at what the new world order builds. It builds horrible, ugly things that malfunction, trying to always be God, always saying they’re God, always saying they’re going to take over our will. That’s not what God does. God doesn’t try to take over your will. God tries to empower you, but in a non-destructive way. So you can stare out into the universe anytime you want. You’re on a planet with a thin ribbon of gases on the surface, and all the mountains, and all the people that came before us and lived, and struggled, and fought. And that’s why it’s the greatest sin the new world order commits, not just killing and diseasing our young, but attacking our DNA, our future generations, everything that is the true blessings. The system is waging unending war.” – Alex Jones, “The System is Waging Unending War.”
Many artists and poets have said that our planet is an insane asylum where the craziest people are the authorities in charge of enforcing the rules, not the patients. The 20th century gave proof to this claim. Look at the madness in the Soviet Union, Nazi Germany, and other fascist dictatorships. And in this century we have the example of totalitarian fascist America: the biggest, craziest, and most evil empire that has ever existed in history.
In the past, the poets and artists were dismissed as eccentric goofballs. But not anymore. Their poetic insight into our world is now a popular truth. In this new day and age, mankind’s wisest minds like Allen Ginsberg and Bill Hicks are listened to more than government leaders and their media presstitutes who conceal USrael’s crimes against humanity from the world.