Not everyone has time nowadays to do background research and events are so fast moving that we are playing catch-up. However, if you want to understand how we got here and what is happening then there are certain documentaries, interviews and articles that are worth reading. Even if you don’t get time to fully watch them bookmark them and watch or read a bit at a time. They are definitely worth coming back to. This has been planned for a long time. The first one is short:
Aldous Huxley on Technodictators
Here is the full interview of Aldous Huxley by Mike Wallace in 1958. Aldous Huxley shares his visions and fears for this brave new world (28 mins).
HyperNormalisation (2016 + subs) by Adam Curtis – A different experience of reality FULL DOCUMENTARY
This doco is 2 hours 45 minutes. Click on it and it will take you through to YouTube.
The cult documentary maker explores the falsity of modern life in his own inimitable style. Though he’s spent the best part of four decades making television, Curtis’s signature blend of hypnotic archive footage, authoritative voiceover and a seemingly inexhaustible appetite for bizarre historical tangents is better suited to the web, a place just as resistant to the narrative handholding of broadcast TV as he is. He argues that an army of technocrats, complacent radicals and Faustian internet entrepreneurs have conspired to create an unreal world; one whose familiar and often comforting details blind us to its total inauthenticity.
“Power is in tearing human minds to pieces and putting them together again in new shapes of your own choosing.” ― George Orwell, 1984
“…a society where everyone knew that what their leaders said was not real, because they could see with their own eyes that the economy was falling apart. But everybody had to play along, and pretend that it was real, because no one could imagine any alternative.”
"The underlying aim Surkov said, was not to win the war, but to use the conflict to create a constant state of destabilized perception, in order to manage and control"
In his Culture of Critique trilogy Kevin MacDonald shows how many Jewish intellectual movements have developed a culture of critique that undermines those ideas and values that protect White group interests and cohesion. These Jewish intellectual movements include the Frankfurt School (philosophy, sociology), Boazian anthropology, Freudian psychoanalysis, the New York Intellectuals (literature), Marxism and even […] follow the link…..