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The Eleven Point Plan?

A summary of why it has taken the human race little more than two hundred years to go from the dawn of the Industrial Revolution to the mess and mayhem we see today - and why it has so massively served the Financial Elite's interests.


 

  1. Mass Consumerism and psychological manipulation.

  2. Population dependent for their food and existence on the same system.

  3. This system is so obviously destructive and stupid.

  4. As production needs constantly to increase, the machines have to get bigger and require ever fewer people. Unemployment grows.

  5. The world has become awash with products looking for people to buy them.

  6. At the same time there are fewer people with the money to buy those products.

  7. As a result of all this, the system is now in desperate trouble and that is precisely what the banking elite want to justify their next step, a centralised world economy, based on a World Central Bank.

  8. The main product of this system is human debris.

  9. The demands of the system and its de-humanisation of the people has led to the exploitation of other life forms.

  10. To hide the realities of the system and its corruption you need ‘Security Services’ and other organisations dedicated to secrecy.

  11. If you demand that every year you consume more, you dismantle the planet on which we all depend. Even the land is treated like a factory floor. It has been so exploited with chemicals to maximise short term production that its ability to go on producing is being reduced every year.

They know the system’s stupid. It is supposed to be!

 


1.

If you have constantly to produce more and consume more, you soon pass the point where that can continue within your own borders. You have to sell abroad and export your culture. You have to change the way others live and impose your evolution upon them.

You do this by making them dependent on you and by selling you culture through manipulative advertising. If you have an addictive product, like cigarettes, so much the better, because once people are hooked you have a captive market.

And once you have other countries addicted to the pursuit of your culture, you have even more power to make them use their resources and land to supply you with what you need in order to supply them with finished products at a handsome profit.

By now you have destroyed their self-sufficiency in food, and you can claim that the developed world is helping the underdeveloped world out of the goodness of its heart, and the success of its culture by ‘giving’ food to them when in fact millions are starving, because they can no longer produce food for themselves.

Even then you only respond with as little as you can get away with in situations that are either well-publicised or suit your desire to make others do your will. As someone once said: ‘When you have got someone by the balls, their hearts and minds will follow’. They might just as easily have said ‘stomachs’. The need to expand production and sales each year means that everyone has to compete with everyone else.

For every winner there have to be losers, often dead ones.

The one exception to that is the banking elite.

They can’t lose.

We talk of the desire for cooperation in the world, and yet the very foundation of the economic ethos is to turn person against person, family against family, town against town, country against country, and trading bloc against trading bloc in brutal competition, while the elite share the spoils between themselves.


2.

It is vital that you also make your own population dependent for their food and existence on the same system. If they have alternatives, they cannot be forced to do your will or stand by a factory machine most of their waking hours. The effect of this is to diminish their spirit and grind down their resistance to any propaganda that you feed them through a compliant and system-serving media. The need for expanding the system requires that your ‘scientific’ research is geared to inventing new things that you can persuade people to buy; to finding cheaper ways of making those things through technology; and to inventing new weapons of mass destruction. As with video recorders, so with guided missiles.

If you can constantly advance the technology of whatever you produce, people and countries will constantly ‘update’. In short, they will keep buying the same thing again and again as perfectly adequate products are systematically made technologically ‘obsolete’. These twin aims of product and weapon advancement to serve the economic system is what science has largely been about. Serving humanity and seeking truth has been a strictly secondary motivation for the scientific Brotherhood manipulated establishment.

The weaponry is also important to protect the wealth of the powerful, and to increase that wealth when it becomes economically desirable for a war in which you can supply both sides.


3.

This system is so obviously destructive and stupid that if you allowed people to be shown its true nature, they would soon see the obvious. Christianity feared and vehemently opposed education for the masses because of the possible consequences of people seeing that creed for the silliness which most of it is.

But they need not have worried.

The system had no intention of educating people, especially the young. It wishes to indoctrinate, not educate, and that is what it has done. ‘Education’ is there to turn out fodder for the system. Its aim is to persuade people to see things its way and reject any idea that there could possibly be an alternative. What could be better for the system than to take children away from their homes on most days during their formative years, and feed them whatever they need to believe to become the next generation of robots? It is quite happy to give Christianity a good mention up to the point because that is no threat to anything except itself and human understanding.

As we have seen, both the system and Christianity have a big stake in holding back human understanding, anyway. Further afield, where there are native peoples who have not been subjected to this economic mind control, you take away their forests, lands, and way of life either by force or through Christianisation. With their culture destroyed, they become dependent and often seek to escape from the nightmare through alcohol and drugs.

Your control of the world is extended by environmental destruction.


4.

The need to produce and sell more every year means that the point quickly arrives when people can no longer increase production by themselves. You build machines which turn out more products with fewer people.

As production needs constantly to increase, the machines have to get bigger and require ever fewer people. Unemployment grows. The way the system responds to this is in the only way it knows how: by fiddling the unemployment figures to hide how bad things really are; by starting wars; and by increasing the number of things that people want by manipulating the symbols of human success so they all relate to possessions.

You need to make people dissatisfied with whatever they have and to seek happiness through the accumulation of material ‘things’. This, however, means that your production must follow the money because poor people can’t buy. Therefore production is increasingly geared to the wants of the well-off minority, and away from the needs of the poor majority.

This leads to some people having every possession they could possibly desire, while others sleep in cardboard boxes in the street.

The difference between the ‘haves’ and the ‘have nots’ comes down to the number of pieces of paper they possess. This mostly has nothing whatsoever to do with their abilities or their desire to contribute to the well-being of society. You can be a financial ‘winner and earn lots of bits of paper by making some plastic claptrap that is no real use to anyone. But you can be a financial loser by dedicating your life to the care of others.

What you sell is want matters, not what you contribute to humanity. As we have seen, the easiest way to make money is to create it out of nothing. Values and desires become distorted by this and societies become sick and more divided.

Another implication of this annual expansion is that, as production becomes more mechanised, the investment necessary to compete gets greater and the small fall by the wayside.

Big becomes beautiful and life becomes ugly. The economic power gathers in fewer and fewer hands in line with the Brotherhood plan and the major corporations and banks call the shots far more than the elected politicians.


5.

The mopping up of unemployment by the expansion of ‘wants’ can only go on for so long (non-sustainable 'growth'). Through this century, and particularly since the sixties and seventies, the so-called ‘Third World’ has started to produce more finished products. The system that started with Britain exploiting its empire for ‘resources’ and selling them back the finished products has changed dramatically.

The whole of Europe and then the United States followed and expanded what Britain had started. In the second half of this century, the far East, Asia, Africa, and South America, were sold the industrial dream, often by banks who wished to invest the money that was pouring in, especially from Arab countries after the Brotherhood-engineered oil price surge of the 1970’s.

The world has become awash with products looking for people to buy them.


6.

At the same time there are fewer people with the money to buy those products. Once a large number of countries have the same ambition - to produce more and sell more - and they pass the point where this can continue within their own borders, everyone has to compete with everyone else for sales all over the world.

This becomes a battle to the economic and, for at least 100,000 people every day, the physical death. More automation is required to produce more products at a lower cost because everyone has to compete to find ways of making the same products cheaper. More automation means less employment, and less money in peoples’ pockets to buy the products the machines are making.

The major manufacturers begin to transfer much of their production to Third World countries because the laws on exploitation there are even more lax than in the West, and you can pay people a fraction of the wages demanded in Europe and America.


7.

As a result of all this, the system is now in desperate trouble and that is precisely what the banking elite want to justify their next step, a centralised world economy, based on a World Central Bank.

While some unemployment is seen as good for the system because it helps to keep those employed subservient through fear of losing their jobs, there comes a stage where it is dangerous. This happens when the numbers without a job, and with no prospect of getting one, reach uncontrollable proportions.

The amount of money being produced by declining sales is no longer sufficient to pay the welfare benefits of those increasing numbers who are no longer employed and the social needs of the victims the system spits out when they are no longer any use to it. The system is so crazy that to survive it needs more and more people to buy each year, but fewer and fewer people to make what they buy. It cannot have both, but it needs both.

People will be subservient only while they are indoctrinated to believe that the system will provide. When it becomes clear that it will not, people begin to rebel against that system. This rebellion becomes even more powerful as those without work and with no prospect of work, see their welfare benefits cut back by politicians overseeing declining industrial sales in the wake of all that I have described.

The Illuminati want the people to respond violently to all this as we shall see, and the response, the rebellion, must be peaceful, if their plan is to be thwarted.


8.

The main product of this system is human debris. When you force people to work in a soulless and mindless system, this can have severe mental and emotional effects. Our hearts desire freedom, love and joy. Our inner self wants to be positive, creative, and tap all the endless potential that we all have, and I mean all.

But the system demands that we are little more than the extension of technology and expendable whenever technology can be created to replace us - human 'resources'.

To the system we are not people or spiritual beings, we are units of production and consumption. You will even note that we are now referred to by the stewards of the system, the politicians, economists, and industrialists, as ‘consumers’ because that is how it sees us.

This system without a soul has created an explosion in other expressions of consumption such as alcohol and drugs. These are ways that people try to escape from the nightmare and the agony their inner selves are suffering. They may not even be aware that they are feeling like this at a deeper level. But it will still manifest in drugs and other forms of temporary escape from the realities of this mad world.

The stress of the system’s demands, the constant competition, the fear, the imprisonment and suppression of the spirit, has become a conveyor belt for mental, emotional, and physical disease, dis-ease as it should be pronounced. The stress causes imbalances in the mental and emotional energy fields and these are passed on through the chakras to all levels of being, including the physical body.

We have more and more illness caused by stress and all the pollution and other dangers the system produces in its insatiable desire for expansion at all costs. Is it any wonder that you see defeat in so many faces. The system, science, and religion have combined to make billions tired of living, but scared of dying.

Crime is another consequence.

If you programme people to see their own success and that of others in terms of consumption and possessions, don’t hold up your hands in horror when those who cannot earn the money to consume and possess, choose another way of ‘succeeding’ in the system’s terms - theft, mugging, burglaries. In times of high unemployment more people are denied the ability to succeed through consumption or even to feed their families, and this is why the crime figures soar.

Also, if the system treats human life as meaningless, worthless, fodder, without dignity or respect, don’t be surprised if that is how many others start to see their fellow human beings. Growing violence is evidence of this.

Resentment at being rejected by the system leads to resentment against everything and everyone. In this state of mind some will mug an old lady for a few pounds or dollars without a thought for what they have done to her.

Their motto will be: ‘the system has no respect for me, so why should I have any respect for anyone else? It’s everyone for themselves’ - the victim strategy. ref: Energy Enhancement Book; Chapter 11.1.

But hold on a second. If your agenda involves the introduction of an ever-more-authoritarian police force, military and legal system, what do you need more than anything to carry public opinion with you? More crime, the more violent and horrible it is the better it suits your cause.

In a system in which the possession of pieces of paper is the only way you can enjoy food, shelter and warmth, you faced with increasing numbers of people made redundant by technology and recession who are hungry, homeless and cold.

There are also those who are disabled, elderly and infirm, or unable to work for other reasons. These, too, are denied the means to earn pieces of paper.

The System reacts to this in a variety of ways. In some countries it ignores such people and suppresses wholesale rebellion by strengthening the police force and the army and by making those in work fearful of speaking out against this cruelty and losing their jobs.

Elsewhere, governments pay these victims of the system as little as they can get away with, though in a few more enlightened countries they are more generous. But all use the weapon of fear to control the population and prevent serious rebellion.

Every year the System is faced with bigger bills for crime, policing, medical services, welfare benefits, and all the rest. This is an inevitable consequence of take, make and throwaway, and all that goes with it. And how does the System and its mind-controlled politicians react to this? By saying we must have a greater expansion of production and consumption to raise more money by creating more growth.

This ‘policy’ spews out yet more victims and demands yet more resources are spent on crime, police, medical services, and welfare benefits. Those who are hypnotised by the Brotherhood propaganda do not have the intelligence or the vision to think any other way no matter how nonsensical this ‘thinking’ may be. As Mark Twain said: ‘If your only tool is a hammer, all problems look like nails’.


9.

The demands of the system and its de-humanisation of the people has led to the exploitation of other life forms. I have heard it said that animal rights campaigners should think more about cruelty to people than animals.

This misses the point.

Cruelty is cruelty. Any society that will justify the appalling treatment of animals that goes on today will have no qualms about being cruel to people. Animals, like people, have become another commodity, another form of throughput. We perform experiments on them which make the worst excesses of the Nazis seem like kindness itself. We have the horrors of the slaughterhouses and food factories :

  • 500 million chickens in Britain are forced to live out their wretched lives standing on wire mesh in tiny cages with hardly enough room to sit down. They are egg-throughput machines.
  • Around 40 million little chicks are killed in Britain every year within hours of their birth for the ‘crime’ of being male. They are from a species genetically developed for egg laying. The males cannot lay eggs and so they cannot live.
  • Every week in British slaughterhouses we murder 8 million chickens, 300, 000 pigs, 80,000 cattle, 500,000 turkeys, 50,000 rabbits, and 300,000 sheep in conditions of dreadful cruelty and barbarism. As the saying goes: If slaughterhouse walls were made of glass, we’d all be vegetarians.

Only a human race de-linked from its true self and controlled by a consciousness that wishes to destroy our compassion and inner goodness would allow this to happen.

There is a British cabinet minister and outspoken Christian dogmatist who has ridiculed vegetarians at every opportunity. "If God had wanted us to be vegetarians", he said, "He would have given us three stomachs." In reply you could say that if God had wanted us to talk such baloney He/She would not have given us a brain.


10.

To hide the realities of the system and its corruption you need ‘Security Services’ and other organisations dedicated to secrecy. It is claimed that they are required to keep an eye on potential threats from other countries and terrorist groups and to safeguard national security but, as we have seen, the main aim of governments and the secrecy services is to keep truth from their own people.

This is vital if the system is going to survive.

Truth to the system is like garlic to a vampire. The security services spend more time spying on those peacefully challenging the status quo than they do on potential terrorists. They know and manipulate the terrorists, anyway, and indeed engage in terrorism themselves. All sorts of underhand manoeuvring goes on to stop any individual or group which they fear may be vehicles for effectively challenging the system.

Frame-ups, phone-taps, agents provocateurs, even murder; all these methods are used by the state and the global Brotherhood and its representatives to stop those who present a threat to their continuing control.


11.

Into all that I have said, another fundamental limitation on the system’s further expansion must be added. It is the most important factor of all. If you demand that every year you consume more, you dismantle the planet on which we all depend.

Even the land is treated like a factory floor.

It has been so exploited with chemicals to maximise short term production that its ability to go on producing is being reduced every year. If you had a machine that produced the essentials of human survival and it was the only machine of its kind that existed, what would people say if you took a sledgehammer to this machine and bashed it into tiny pieces? People would say you were bonkers, crazy, mad.

Well that is exactly what the human race is doing to the planet. Every year through this Industrial Revolution we have taken more ‘resources’ from the Earth and turned them into more pollution in the name of ‘progress.’ In doing this, the system has had to increase the number of products that are disposable and thrown away as soon as possible after purchase. Only in this way can you increase production.

You can’t do it if you make things to last.

This economic necessity under the rules of the system has given us the disposable cup, knife, fork, plate, razor, etc. and an ever-increasing amount of throwaway packaging.

Something that is used once and thrown away is an orgasmic experience for the system; anything that is made to last as long as possible is potentially fatal.

As I have said, the United States is on the front line of this suicide, but most of the world is involved also. We have created such a monster that the more successful it is in its own terms, the quicker it destroys the planet. But we still have politicians talking of the need to return to full employment.

Under the rules of the present system, full employment of the traditional kind across the world would leave the planet a waste land.

It is utter, utter, insanity.

It cannot go on and it will not go on for much longer.

The consequences of this system of self-destruction have created a world in which 20 per cent of the population consume 80 per cent of the ‘resources’ every year; the other 80 per cent of humanity must go without their needs so that the system can pander to greed.

People throughout the world die from the diseases of too little, while elsewhere others die from the diseases of too much. It has produced a world full of conflict and division, one in which pain, suffering, exploitation and war are essential to the system’s survival.

The Brotherhood, which has created and orchestrated this system for its own ends, know it is a nonsense and after its planned coup on the human race, the first thing it will do is dismantle the system they have imposed:

"You understand perfectly that economic arrangements of this kind, which have been suggested to the Goyim [masses] by us, cannot be carried on by us." (Protocol 20).

They know the system’s stupid. It is supposed to be!

 


Reference:

And The Truth Shall Set You Free.

David Icke.

 


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