Ethics and Truth
Predictive Programming - unethical psyops
Manipulative controllers play the people's situational attitude (to a new propagandized fear) against their natural dispositonal attitude to carry on as normal, in order to achieve planned programming. [Add link to Heurist's thesis article]
"Fear based messaging played a pivotal role in the population's general compliance with covid 19 restrictions and could be used in ongoing future pandemics ... cut through when people are 'WRONGLY CALIBRATED' ... once the people have learned a new behaviour you can switch it back on... a 'habit loop'... Major disasters leave this enduring trace on society. "
~ Professor David Halpern
Many believed covid clampdown was a psyop, but a TELEGRAPH article covers the exact thinking of controllers in the aftermath!
TruNews video highlights the article (behind a paywall) about the UK Nudge Unit declaring that following the successful Covidian control methods, people would be willing to lockdown again, now they are conditioned to do so. The Nudge Unit was known to some journalists but now the Professor blatantly comes out to admit what they engineered! (See this site 2020 Corona Clampdown).
NOTE: Except covid was not a natural disaster felt by the population in general. The idea was forced onto people through media propaganda
***** Previous - During Covid Lockdown *****
Daniel Natal, reader in philosophy and ethics, following current events : Interview with Harrison Smith on The American Journal
Natal cites writers who have observed control of populations.
Monesque: 17th century. "When no external threat, men are encouraged to become effemenite." Women replace men from positions of power.
Waler Litman: ‘Public Opinion’ (1926) wrote about creating a pseudo reality. Neurophysiologically, fear becomes habitual and becomes a cult (Covid cult). The media proclamations throughout Covid times reinforced fear; coercing millions of people to take experimental vaccinations. Fear is invoked through films. '12 Monkeys' 1999 has biological weapons (remake from French film with nuclear weapons. 1962). [Note: find bioweapon films]
Aristotle Book 5: Tyranny can’t work without censorship. "The tyrant has to censor and send spies out".
After the rise of middle class from the industrial revolution, the balance of power shifted from aristocrats to middle class. Now it’s reversed with big tech and big pharma corporatocracies having supreme control; sanctioned by governments, where governmental bodies often have CEOs of corporations, resulting in conflict of interest. Global conflagration into a corporatocracy promotes equality of outcome. ‘End goal of democracy is equality’. Social justice groups' ideas of equalisation is not possible: everyone cannot be equal in everything and competitiveness is necessary for healthy enterprise.
Plato: Animals will be equalised with people. Too hard to bring everyone up to better level, so easier to push everyone down. (Bezos busted union efforts through ‘diversity’!)
H G Wells - (coined 'New World Order') 1899 ‘Anticipations’.
NOTE: Ethics seems to have been of more consideration during the 18th Century. Political thinkers like Edmund Burke.
Daniel Natal - Ethics I
"In a world grown paralised by distractions and anaesthetized by entertainment, precious little thought is dedicated to the pursuit of wisdom. Ethics used to be foundational to our educational system but has since gone by the wayside. This video is an exploration of what morality is and why ethics is important"
Cisero - A liberal education ‘liber’ derived from latin is for a free man: teaching a man how to think. Most of what now counts for ethics is ‘Etiquette’ which is a collection of practices. Ethics, however, is a collection of principles. Etiquette has lists of does and don'ts. Ethics give mental models. Dalton (mental model of atom). Smith (mental model of economics). Darwin (mental model of Malthusian theme applied to nature as struggle for resources, biased with depopulation). Aristotle distinguishes between ethical behaviour and utilitarian behaviour. The end goal by any means is the focus of the utilitarian (malthusian ambitious) person, whereas an ethical person is concerned with the means, and gravitates towards the considerations of the process, as priority over the end goal.
We can apply this in modern times to many things: corporatism, political parties.
Daniel Natal - Ethics Part II
"Continuing our ethics series, we expand upon the difference between ethical behaviour and utilitarian behaviour"
Utilitarian behaviour vs. Ethical Behaviour
Utilitarian behaviour does the more advantageous or profitable thing, rather than focusing on the means. Ethical behaviour focuses on how it is done.
Daniel Natal - Ethics Part III
"In this third part in the Ethics series, we cover the concept of Aristotle’s “telos,” or the purpose of a thing: Its end-goal. The telos of a knife is that it’s supposed to cut things. The telos of a refrigerator is that it’s mean to keep your food cold. Human beings have a telos, too. As do governments. What are they?"
Gabriel Marcel - Man against Mass Society (1950s). He warned about a government that forgot its purpose. "... the distinction between the true and the false, the good and the evil, the just and the unjust...". "What men need most in the present hour is a course of treatment according to the prescription of Plato."
Introductory Book list
'The Psychology of Totalitarianism' by Mattias Desmet
'Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation' by Patrick M. Wood
'Technocracy: The Hard Road to World Order' by Patrick M. Wood
'The Fourth Industrial Revolution' by Klaus Schwab
'Stakeholder Capitalism' by Klaus Schwab
'Secret Societies and Psychological Warfare' by Michael A. Hoffman
'A Brief History of the Future: A Brave and Controversial Look at the Twenty-First Century' by Jacques Attali
'Rise of the New World Order: Book Series Update and Urgent Status Report: Vol. 6 (Rise of the New World Order Status Report)' by Jeff Micah'El Thomas Hays
'Confessions of an Illuminati Vol. 6.66: The Age of Cyber Satan, Artificial Intelligence, and Robotics' by Leo Lyons Zagami
'Between Two Ages: America's Role in the Technotronic Era' by Zbigniew Brzezinski
'Rules for Radicals: A Pragmatic Primer for Realistic Radicals' by Saul D. Alinsky
'The World Order - Our Secret Rulers' by Eustace Clarence Mullins
'The Committee of 300' by John Coleman. Talk with Jay Dyer:
[Add history of NWO: Rosicrucians, Freemasons; Frances Bacon, John Dee and modern globalists]