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Report from Iron Mountain on the Possibility and Desirability of Peace

Upon its first appearance in 1967, this best-selling secret government report sparked immediate debate among journalists and scholars with its disturbingly convincing claim: a condition of "permanent peace" at the end of the Cold War would threaten our nation's economic and social stability.

pdf: http://projectcamelot.org/Report_from_Iron_Mountain.pdf



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G Edward Griffin sites this

G Edward Griffin sites this report in The Creature from Jekyll Island.

But G. Edward Griffin is a shapeshifter!

I read it on daily Paul!!!

Don't feed the pandas. Ever.

Yep. I literally just

Yep. I literally just finished TCFJI last night, and the part with the Report From Iron Mountain was exceptionally frightening. The only thing is, and Griffin even makes a footnote of it, was that while the Report said environmental-doomsday threats where the best bet for establishing a world government, this was before people were familiar with the concept of terrorism. Terrorism has since usurped environmentalism as their main vehicle for consolidation of power.

However, environmentalism is still being used to destroy American industry and force companies out of the country to places with less bureaucratic red tape.

It's a way to weaken their target before moving in. After all, they still view the American people as a possible bull in a china shop, to paraphrase Griffin.

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That book is so awesome!!!

They'll use whatever gets them results.. Terrorism seems to be quite effective. The ultimate boogieman would be alien terrorist. Think of the march toward globalism with that!

pages 516-560...

pretty-much a summary of Report.

Don't feed the pandas. Ever.

It's been a while since I've read it,

and I didn't have time to watch this, but I remember the name Iron Mountain.

Isn't this where the "environmentalist" movement was hatched? To make people think they are there own enemies? Weren't they brainstorming for a substitute to war for controlling the masses?

Yes, exactly.They found that

Yes, exactly.

They found that the only thing that fits all the criteria of war was environmentalism, mainly because it's immediate and affects everyone.

However, it's become clear, and Griffin even mentions so in a footnote, that terrorism has usurped environmentalism as the vehicle for power consolidation.

Simple Facts and Plain Arguments
A common sense take on politics and current events.