The character of mighty oaks and dense forests are holographically contained in their tiny seeds. There are many intertwined twisted roots, many divergent branches each with their own agendas, and many strange fruits on the Tavistock family tree. All of them lead to interesting tangents, wild connections, and fantastic conclusions. They range from occult influences to outright greed but always involve power and control over the world we experience.
Forms of cultural hegemony include psychological, spiritual, emotional, political, social, military, economic, and intellectual. Like any ideology, Tavistock asks us to believe its deceptive promises. Posthegemony is not a class struggle but a “struggle to produce class,” and maintain an elite class. This is how and why we’ve been Neoconned. No traditional myth is as untruthful as the modern myth of progress — the fiction that life can be altered at will. Paradoxically, the human imagination can be blamed for the worst crimes of our era.
Political Philosopher John Gray attacks humanism as a worldview in which volition and morality are an illusion. He portrays humanity as a ravenous species engaged in wiping out other forms of life. His view is that universal human rights are not an ideal constitution for a single regime throughout the world, but a set of minimum standards for peaceful coexistence among regimes that will always remain different. In the course of pursuing the utopian ideal of a world without evil, entire societies have been destroyed.
“The core of the belief in progress is that human values and goals converge in parallel with our increasing knowledge. The twentieth century shows the contrary. Human beings use the power of scientific knowledge to assert and defend the values and goals they already have. New technologies can be used to alleviate suffering and enhance freedom. They can, and will, also be used to wage war and strengthen tyranny. In the twentieth century, these technologies were used to implement state terror and genocide on an unprecedented scale. Ethics and politics do not advance in line with the growth of knowledge — not even in the long run.” (John Gray, Heresies)
Cryptocracy refers to a type of government where the real leaders are hidden. A fake government may appear to be in charge and not know themselves that they are not in charge. It can also be used when referring to similar arrangements in institutions, organizations, orders, sects and cults. Tavistock and its subsidiaries and de facto offshoots are such institutions. Tavistock is the rudder on the pirate ship of state, not only steering but manipulating delusionary and inappropriate foreign and domestic policy.
The occult is one of the keys to world events. Reality is also defined by geopolitics. Like nature, history is cyclic. Drug companies are now as powerful as banks and oil. Corporate feudalism has replaced democracy as the new elitist rule. Corporations compete with nation-states and international mafia-style crime rings, employing the gambits of straw-dogs, smokescreens, hypnotized patsies, manufactured demons and false flags. In this world, nothing is ever as it seems. The best laid plans for utopia have diverted us from confronting geopolitical realities while masking consequences. False pretenses are used to execute plans serving manufactured ambition with quasi-religious zeal.
Taking a cue from the history of the British East India Company, Tavistock created the drug-culture of the 60s by flooding the country with drugs to undermine the peace movement and traditional family. Narco-capitalism is one of the less advertised features of globalization, likely to grow larger in the economic downturn. In the past, drugs have financed what nations could not or would not do. Iran/Contra and Air America are two examples that likely continue in other forms.
The anti-drug crusade is ritual combat masking a deeper level of profound conlusion and profiteering by intelligence groups, money-laundering banksters, urban guerillas, and terrorists. The futile global crusade continues, despite evidence that it is driven by the forces same forces that promoted and exploited it. Consensus is growing that the falsely so-called War on Drugs has failed, yet it is still imminently fundable as an industry. The double-bind is that we cannot afford to continue an absurd war on drugs, nor can we afford to stop. A collapse in drug prices would reduce yet another false bubble in the global economy.
The Tavistock strategy moved far beyond any institutional walls as it mutated and adapted full-spectrum dominance to every facet of life, controlling all elements of the psyops battlefield across the range of conflicts with the witting and unwitting help of NGOs, academia, government, medicine and military. But the negative effects of hegemony lead to global instability. Sinister schemes take on a life of their own.
Society works by mutual coercion, mutually agreed upon responsibilities, threats and punishments. Social Contract Theory is a political and philosophical concept describing how people form states or maintain social order. This is the theoretical groundwork of democracy and republicanism. It implies we give up some autonomy to a government or other authority in order to receive or maintain social order through the rule of law with consent of the governed. Criminals abdicate their rights and society protects itself from such outlaws, theoretically. The biggest criminals remain at large though politicians like to pretend they embody a moral consensus.
The utilitarian social contract and the civil rights it protects are neither “natural rights” nor permanently fixed. The contract itself is only a means to an end — the benefit of all. It is only legitimate to the extent that it meets the general interest. When it fails, we renegotiate the terms with elections and legislation – a reflective equilibrium or a two-stage bargaining game with flesh and bones — the Prisoner’s Dilemma of game theory (originally framed at RAND in 1950 as a Cold War strategy). There is a higher payoff in betrayal than cooperation. The iterated prisoner’s dilemma has also been referred to as the “Peace-War Game.”
If the contract leads to unwitting tyranny, it is void and the right to rebellion is legitimized. Inferred justification is no excuse. In terms of game theory, it isn’t ‘playing fair.’ Strategy-set restricitons skew the game. The old game is made irrelevant by the noncooperative predatory game. There are unseen forces in play.
The Prisoner’s Dilemma is a classic example of a non-zero-sum game. The equilibrium in Prisoner’s Dilemma is not the optimum solution. The enlightened self-interest of ethical philosophy doesn’t have a chance. Risk is minimized by cooperation at the expense of individuation, of ‘soul.’ Illegal, immoral experiments are conducted daily in the name of national securityand you are not exempt. Your compliance is manipulated with forced choices.
Although cooperation is ultimately exploited and extinguished, dynamic paths can “pseudo converge” in ways that allow partial cooperation to flourish for extended periods of time. Propaganda twists emotional involvement wrapped up in personal identity and sense of morality. Restricting information supports false beliefs and ‘belief retention’ blurs critical thinking. If the controllers are criminal, engaging in mass deception, the social contract is utterly broken. The deception is pretending that is not so.