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From Darwin to Orwell: How the global tyranny began

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AMID social and economic chaos, ecological doom and drumbeating for war, many people ask about their leaders: ‘Why are they doing this?’ Few citizens voted for transgenderism, mass immigration or destructive Net Zero policies. To understand what is happening, we need to engage in some critical history. Although seemingly recent phenomena, Green and Woke ideology are a nexus of a revolutionary journey started more than a hundred years ago.

Arguably the most important event in modern history was publication of On the Origin of Species by Charles Darwin in 1859. This came at a convenient time for the ruling class. Darwin’s thesis had two radical implications: it undermined the accuracy of holy scripture, and removed the special status of human beings. Such departure from Christian teaching led to Social Darwinism, an offshoot of evolutionary theory based on the notion that philanthropic society was nurturing the weak (upending survival of the fittest).

The Industrial Revolution had created a vast and potentially unruly working class, who were beginning to gather strength through the labour movement and political representation. The upper class feared for their future. This was the context in which Darwin’s nephew Francis Galton founded the pseudoscientific endeavour of eugenics.

The quest to improve the quality of human stock took hold in the intelligentsia, medical profession and politicians. Notable in the  eugenics movement was the Fabian Society, which controlled the Labour Party. Fundamental to eugenics is state control over who should live or die, a philosophy brutally applied after the Bolshevik revolution imposed on the mostly peasant populace of holy Russia.

The most efficient means of population control is war. The Great War of 1914 to 1918 was a futile carnage for its combatants, but it served a purpose in exhausting the working class. Although trade unions gathered strength again after war ended, the limits to their power were shown by the failed General Strike of 1926.

A devastating sequel to the war was the Spanish Flu (a misnomer, as the disease was bacterial, and began in US army recruits). Fifty million died, adding to the terrible toll from the trenches. The pandemic was useful to the rise of the pharmaceutical industry, facilitated by the allopathic (non-traditional) model of medicine. The Flexner Report, funded by the Rockefeller Foundation, transformed medical training and practice by prioritising patented drugs of petrochemical synthesis over natural remedies and healthy lifestyle.

Modern medicine raised the prospect of controlling society by controlling health. In Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World (1932), citizens take a daily dose of the comforting ‘Soma’, trapping them in a state of dependence. Today, one in six adults is taking ‘happy pills’ (antidepressants) with no therapeutic benefit other than biochemical maintenance.

Green and Woke ideology originated in the 1920s, as two distinct movements. The critical theorists of the Frankfurt School, founded in 1922, understood that Marxist revolution did not readily appeal in the established democracies of the West, and that nothing really changes unless the culture changes. Eschewing Marx’s emphasis on economics, they began a long-term project (later dubbed ‘the long march through the institutions’) of destroying normative society and its allegiances to faith, flag and family. Fleeing the Third Reich, these Marxist professors moved to the US, where Herbert Marcuse was particularly influential with his doctrine of ‘repressive tolerance’ (quashing conservative values).  

The methods of Cultural Marxism have been exploited by globalists, whose only attraction to communism is its collectivism through the illusion of equality (some more equal than others, as in George Orwell’s Animal Farm). Trashing traditional values and engendering competing identity groups through a divide-and-rule strategy has been dramatically successful. In my seaside town the Union Jack is replaced on public buildings every summer by the ‘Progress Pride’ flag, celebrating gender distortion. 

How did Green begin? After the First World War the League of Nations was created, and designs on a federal Europe began. Less known than these political pursuits was the birth of technocracy. Tremendous technological advances indicated that man could master nature, and create a rationally ordered society. In a technocratic system an elite class guided by scientific experts wields total control over population and resources.

In 1919 the Technical Alliance of North America was formed in New York, with a multidisciplinary membership from science, education, architecture, mathematics and medicine. Led by Howard Scott, the group applied the scientific management of F W Taylor (initiator of the Ford production line). In 1932, during the Great Depression, Scott met Marion King Hubbert at Columbia University. Changing the name to Technocracy Incorporated, Scott and Hubbert presented a blueprint for a ‘North American Technate’, a highly regulated society with energy as currency. The main objectives were organisation of industry into a few centrally-planned corporations, equal state income for all, and replacement of political government by scientifically-steered bureaucracy. Drawing a large membership, Technocracy Inc boasted that ‘we have that plan and it is viable’. Although unrealistic at the time, the vision is being realised today with the Fourth Industrial Revolution / Great Reset promoted by the World Economic Forum.

The biggest challenge for a totalitarian regime is the people, who might criticise, resist or sabotage. Like Aldous Huxley, Orwell (Eric Blair) was an acquaintance of the infamous occultist Aleister Crowley. As a British intelligence spy, Crowley knew what a nascent global cabal was planning. A frequent observation is that Orwell’s dystopian novel Nineteen Eighty-Four is now used as an instruction manual by governments. Perhaps that was always the intent: a surveillance society, perpetual war with the other powers (Eurasia or Eastasia), and everything turned upside down to confuse the people (Ministry of Truth disinformation) . . . 

The objective of eugenics is manipulation not only of human quality, but quantity too. Technocracy treats people as a herd, like a farmer managing his livestock. In 1946, as first director of the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation Unesco, Julian Huxley explained the agency’s purpose: ‘Though it is quite true that any radical eugenic policy will be for many years politically and psychologically impossible, it will be important for Unesco to see that the eugenic problem is examined with the greatest care, and that the public mind is informed of the issue at stake so that much that now is unthinkable may at least become thinkable.’

Although stabilising in the West, global population was rising steeply. Chairing the Eugenics Society from 1959 to 1962, Huxley saw the opportunity to rebrand eugenics as ecological concern. In 1961 he co-founded the World Wildlife Fund with Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands, Prince Philip of Great Britain and Godfrey A Rockefeller. Nature conservation was the foot in the door for the catastrophism leading to the United Nations’ Agenda 21 and Net Zero. And so the misanthropic mission was cloaked in green.

1968 is a year associated with emancipatory activism, but it was also Year Zero of the climate cult, spurred by Paul Ehrlich’s book The Population Bomb and the founding of the Club of Rome. Ehrlich warned of imminent famine, predicting that four billion would perish by the 1980s. The Club of Rome, established at the Rockefellers’ estate in Italy, used dire prophecy to exert influence over the UN, casting human beings as a cancer on Earth. 

The depopulation agenda has multifaceted methods: abortion, contraceptives, feminist ideology of putting career before children, ‘toxic masculinity’, asexualising antidepressant drugs, oestrogen in the water supply causing male infertility, LGBT propaganda, and atomisation of society through digital technology.

The Great Reset is Orwellian, for sure. Its vehicles are a confected climate crisis and the Cultural Marxist subversion, both programmes initiated a century ago. The New World Order is often described as communist and by others as fascist, but it is post-ideological. Technocracy, to put it bluntly, is the power to stamp a boot on our faces for ever. 

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