Weekend Watching: The Report From Iron MountainSubmitted by BigT on Sun, 01/29/2012 - 10:03
One of the true early classics that woke people up in the 1960s, and continues to do so all the way to today!
This is a video presentation made from the text of a book published in 1967, called "The Report From Iron Mountain".
It details many things which have come to pass since the time the book was written.
It purports to reveal information from a secret gov't meeting about how to deal with the "problem" of long-term peace, and the consequent loss of need for all-powerful gov't control.
Thus, there were several methods discussed about how to create a perpetual "boogeyman" or "existential threat" which could always keep the population in terror, and thus allow the gov't to increase its power over the people.
Some people say it is fake, some say it is real.
I think that looking back over the years, and seeing exactly what has happened, which so accurately mirrors what is said in this report, is a testament to its validity, even if it was just a prediction and not a report.
So, for a look into the minds of the demons, and how they control us, please entertain yourselves with this report.
It fills in a lot of blanks, and clears up many questions.
Don't be concerned if you see that one or more of their statements didn't pan out in reality. They often change their plans to suit new circumstances. But the general direction of the Report was very accurate and insightful.
I think you'll enjoy it. It is a classic for the freedom minded audience.
YouTube full version:
YouTube 1st chapter of 14 chapters. Each chapter approx 10 min. This is if you want to watch it in shorter segments.
Audiobook version. Audio only.
IMO, the fact that this book is from 45 years ago actually adds to the attraction. We can look back and see that they have tried these things, and are still working on trying some of them. It lets you see that history and current events are shaped many years in advance, by power hungry central planners.
Great display of the use of Hegelian Dialectic, and how effective it is.