Obama, Pope, UN: con artists together

obama_pope_unBy Jon Rappoport

“In March, Mr. Obama submitted a plan to the United Nations detailing how the United States would meet its target [on reducing global warming]. It said it would do so chiefly through enactment of Environmental Protection Agency regulations on emissions from cars, trucks and power plants.” (New York Times, “Global Climate Pact Gains Momentum as China, U.S. and Brazil Detail Plans,” 6/30/15)

Translation of the above quote: Obama will bypass Congress and make global warming decisions for the future of America through executive fiat.

Poverty, hunger, climate change. Solving these problems is the announced objective, tying together Obama, the Pope, and the UN.

A moment’s reflection reveals the absurdity of their high-flying rhetoric.

Would you trust these three to reduce poverty in the world, when none of them can point to a single prior success in drastically reducing poverty in any nation in the world?

They want the population of planet Earth to submit to their strategies based on a zero track record.

This would be like the CEO of Ford telling a shareholders’ meeting, “Trust us, we’re going to build a billion little solar spaceships people can fly anywhere, and replace all our cars and trucks with them. Don’t worry, be happy.”

This is how conventional political leaders operate. They have no experience aside from initiating policies from a very high perch—and then they expect compliance from all “the little people.”

It’s insane on the face of it.

And if populations weren’t so hypnotized by high-flying language, they might wake up and realize what’s happening.

“Well, I’m a community organizer with a little time served as a state and national senator, and I know how to wipe out the poverty of five billion people.”

Memo to Obama, the Pope, and the UN: Before you tie the planet to a carbon tax, cap and trade, the universal redistribution of energy and food, and massive regulations governing industrial production and consumption-limits, demonstrate your ability to take a single country, a single province, a single city, even a single town, and improve the standard of living there. Let’s see you do it. Let’s see how you do it.

This is what any reasonable person would demand.

Your cousin Harry comes over for dinner one night and he tells you he’s going into the bookselling business. A store? No, he says, he’s going to start by selling a few billion books all over the world—and he wants you to invest in his company, which doesn’t yet exist.

After you find out what he’s drinking or smoking, you’d probably ask him to show you he can sell a dozen books for starters.

But Obama, the Pope, and the UN don’t worry about proof. They can spout ideals. That’s all they need. They’re “generalists.”

Dear Pope: Buy a small failing deli in Rome, and let’s see you turn a profit in three years. Then come back to me and talk about ending hunger in 70 countries.

The Pope and Obama can only conceive of giant solutions imposed from the top—and even then, they have no concern about what happens when a massive sloth of a bureaucracy is installed to implement those solutions.

I’m not even getting to the issues of fake science surrounding climate change or the taxing of populations to bring off these utopian fantasies, or population control, or Globalist fascism.

The only thing separating Obama, the Pope, and the con artists at the UN from the kid you once knew who boasted about all the great things he was going to do when he grew up—the kid you instantly recognized was a sheer self-inflating liar—the only separation is Acting Skills.

These august leaders can lie with a straight face until the cows come home, and work up a head of steam about “humanitarian ideals,” and they can do it in convincing fashion. That’s their ticket. They have no other ticket.

The Pope, Obama, and the UN all support the tenets of Globalism. They want to see more jobs and factories and industrial production flee home countries, causing major suffering, and instead move to distant regions where workers are virtual slaves and flimsy environmental rules can be broken at will.

That’s a track record. And based on it, we’re going to cede the right to reconfigure the entire global economy?

We’re going to support greater and greater centralization of political and economic power, when what we need is the exact opposite?

The “migration” of populations, as it’s being called, is perfectly in line with the elite Globalist agenda—which agenda Obama, the Pope, and the UN are supporting to the hilt. It’s time we recognized that.

Here is a key quote from one of the high strategists of Globalism, David Rockefeller’s intellectual peacock, Zbigniew Brzezinski. It was penned in 1969, in Between Two Ages: America’s role in the technetronic era:

[The] nation state as a fundamental unit of man’s organized life has ceased to be the principal creative force. International banks and multinational corporations are acting and planning in terms that are far in advance of the political concepts of the nation state.

Many people wrongly believe that these predatory corporations and banks are the only movers and shakers in bringing about one comprehensive global management system. They would be wrong.

The migration of populations is another key part of the overall op. For example, in Europe, the plan involves bringing in, quickly, so many people that communities are overwhelmed, and traditions and customs are swamped and lost. In other words, create a single de facto European population that dissolves all borders and differences.

Of course, this outcome is heralded as the triumph of equality, but that is a sham. That is the cover story.

Mass migration has nothing to do with that.

Here is the godfather of Globalism, David Rockefeller, writing in his Memoirs (2003):

Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as ‘internationalists’ and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure—one world, if you will. If that is the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it.

Building that structure under our noses involves the destruction of many cultures and traditions and nations, in order to create a homogenized global population.

This is not true unity. It’s the farthest thing from it.

Love, caring, sharing, compassion—these are the propaganda notes sounded by political front men, to make it seem that the mission is messianic.

The Pope is coming, of course, from a 2000-year-old tradition of the big con, in that regard. Obama and the UN are latecomers to the party, but they understand quite well what they’re doing.

Hijacking the yearning of billions of people for a better world is their forte.

Building new wings on a labyrinthine matrix is their work.

For the past 15 years, I have spent a great deal of time writing about the Individual. Eventually, in the midst of the kind of manipulation I’m describing here, it all comes back to him. It has to.

The Individual is the ultimate target. His mind, his perception, his untapped power and imagination and creative force. Erasing him erases the ultimate agent for the right kind of change.

His demise would signal that no one is home—only groups would be left, and groups are easy to co-opt and twist.

The long struggle of human history on this planet has been about liberating the Individual from the mass and the group and the collective and the kings. That was the main current—until the descendants of kings and self-entitled dictators decided that history had to be reversed.

Understand the terms of the present struggle: the Individual, as always, is paramount. He can never be obliterated, even if he wants to be.

He will eventually discover he doesn’t want to be.

But why wait for that discovery to waft in the window on a spring breeze?

At bottom, where all the psychological and mental and spiritual and creative gold exists, the Individual has unlimited imagination. And this means he can launch his best and greatest visions, and bring them to fruition in the world.

Reality is never final. It is never the end of things. It is never something to be blithely accepted. It’s the raw material and the fuel for the fire of true change, not the counterfeit version we are fed. At the heart of that fire is the Individual. Invincible. Whether he likes it or not.

Now that’s a starting point.

(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Exit From The Matrix, click here.)

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The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

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3 Comments on "Obama, Pope, UN: con artists together"

  1. “Everything the State says is a lie…and this lie creepeth from its mouth: ‘I, the state, am the people.'”
    – Friedrich Nietzsche

  2. Bureaucracy is where all the cash is made – the merchant knows this very well.

  3. Connie Kuramoto | December 10, 2015 at 6:32 am | Reply

    Eghad. The first step is setting goals whether you know how to achieve them or not.

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