I was a very young man the first time I heard any reference to the child-rearing principle of working and earning those things that become important to you. I recall, many times, my parents making comments like: “Nobody can ever truly appreciate things given to them. You must work for what you want. It makes you understand and appreciate it more.” Working and appreciating is part of a process once taught to children to make them better people. Is that process being lost? It must be as we have entered the generation of entitlement, where far too many young people believe they are entitled to the many things those of us of a different generation worked very hard to achieve.
If you examine the Scriptures, you’ll find in Genesis all about the Creation. You will also discover that in the Garden of Eden, where Yehwah placed Adam and Eve to live, Eve went against the only commandment given – they couldn’t eat from the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil. Let’s look a tiny bit closer.
Yehwah and Adam were very busy. Yehwah was making things faster than Adam could keep up, it would seem by today’s standards. We don’t know for sure how long Adam was the only man before Yehwah created Eve, but we know that after Adam was created, he became part of the process.Yehwah got him involved right from the get go. One of his jobs was in naming all the wild animals. We know there are and were a lot of animals so, it took some time for Adam to name them all. For those with any sort of work ethic and appreciation, imagine the sense of ownership and being a part of this new world. Adam was also tasked with caring for the Garden of Eden. What was Eve doing?
Not to pick on Eve, but consider that maybe Eve was given all the comforts of home. She was, after all, created as a companion for Adam. If we might subscribe to the theory that Eve was more easily tempted by that evil serpent because she wasn’t part of the process, lacking in a fundamental knowledge and appreciation of what was being done, then surely it should be readily acceptable to think that after eating the fruit from the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil, the “sin” became knowledge that being given the products without the process was not a good thing.
If this was one of the first acts of sin man committed, surely that same sin was passed on and embellished for every evil rotten purpose man could think of.
If you tend to agree with this idea of being spoiled rotten due to being left out of the process, you are probably old enough to know the difference. Just how vast and destructive is this wayward act of receiving handouts instead of earning them, some 6,000 years later?
I was reading an article on the Sultan Knish website, written by Daniel Greenfield, castigating Muslims who have immigrated to Sweden for burning cars as part of their protests. Greenfield asks why anyone would want to become part of a culture that, “makes you so weak and impotent that anyone can come and take what belongs to you?” He also describes the result of Western culture as, “the outcome of a historical process that is hard to explain to people who were never part of the process.”
There is an obvious clash of cultures that are separated by vast amounts of time, where one society sits on the cutting edge of technology (not necessarily better) and another that appears to the Cutting Edge as though it was mired two centuries behind “the times” – not necessarily better or worse either.
Perhaps some might remember when the United States took it upon themselves to invade Iraq “because there were weapons of mass destruction.” Bandied around in the mass propaganda establishments were brief discussions of how the Iraqi people would act and react if and when the U.S. forced it’s democratic ideals of “freedom” onto a people that had no experience in living in much of any degree of freedom. By the way, how is that giant culture clash proceeding?
At the end of his article, writer Greenfield states, “The Western ideal has been reduced to a personal technocratic utopia built on efficiency and it has collided in the night with an Eastern ideal of the clan and a theocratic utopia built on total purity.”
Perhaps the difference between myself and Greenfield is he might see this as the forcing together of cultures by happenstance and the misguidance of poor and biased political ideals. I see it as a planned event. One must understand the entire scope of this “planned event” in order to be able to grasp the true clash, much of which is false. It is people’s manipulated perception of things that causes many of the problems we face.
But then again, the author does describe the migration of the “Western Ideal” as being reduced to a “personal technocratic utopia,” as being something of less value. I agree, however, it is my opinion that most of Western culture embraces their personal technocratic utopia that has been forced upon them at such a rapid pace if makes impulse shopping look like child’s play. Oh, the addiction of cellphones and social media – the beast’s most powerful and progress tool for culture identity destruction that exists today. What will be next?
In 1970, world purveyor of evil, Zbigniew Brzezinski wrote in his book, “Between Two Ages: America’s Role in the Technetronic Era,” that, “Unhindered by the restraints of traditional liberal values, this elite would not hesitate to achieve its political ends by using the latest modern techniques for influencing public behavior and keeping society under close surveillance and control. Under such circumstances, the scientific and technological momentum of the country would not be reversed but would actually feed on the situation it exploits.”
Some have come to see Brzezinski as some kind of prophet, but I wonder how can one be a prophet that creates so much they can control the outcome? It’s a bit like what the technetronic era has turned scientific research into – outcome bases Romance Biology and Voodoo Science. Few are aware of this event but have been programmed to enjoy its perceived rewards.
Recall that just recently I wrote about Brzezinski’s daughter Mika telling the world it was the job of Media to tell people what they SHOULD be hearing and seeing. She should know this to be true because I am sure she understands her father’s role in all of this planned division of cultures.
Dr. John Coleman has written many books on the topics of media, propaganda and the planned control of the masses. It is not merely coincidence that about the time Brzesinski was writing his book, organizations like the Tavistock Institute on Human Relations and their cloned global associates, deliberately and systematically, took control over all media and education in order that one day many in the world would see Muslims burning cars in Sweden and write about how cultures clash and there is no way that two or more cultures can exist together.
The controlled mass media has been a participant in the deliberate creation of the technocratic/technetronic society of Western Culture, if for no other reason than to severely collide with tribal Eastern theocratic idealism – to name but one example. This, of course, was enhanced greatly due to planned, worldwide immigration. We must remember too that all worldwide immigration issues are and have been the product of the Vatican. The only hope to their future is that one culture remains uneducated and poor and the other so ignorant, void of the process and full of the products, they know not what they do and will have no learned appreciation and respect, let alone any willingness to work hard and fight to keep it.
The ultimate goal of the Ruling Establishments (they are the Ruling Establishment because they rule. It’s all part of their posterity, of which the common man is ignorant of) is to own and control everything. This includes all natural and man-made resources. When the time comes, all that will be needed is a comparatively small number of slaves to provide for the posterity. Where are you?
I can think of no better way to move along this evil goal than to provide the young all the products they “need,” while avoiding any of the processes that grow knowledge, appreciation and understanding.