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Keeping us in Fear

Here’s another book review….

State of Fear by Michael Crichton.

This book is the latest I’ve read in a series of NWO information books.  I try to read as diverse a range as possible in each subject I go through.  Michael Crichton does his research well – the last 28 pages his sources for graphs and charts throughout the book.

His main character is a lawyer that ends up “seeing the light” in the whole Environmental Issue we face today.  Initially Evans is a firm believer in global warming and all the propaganda his millionaire boss Morton and the Environmental Group that Morton funds have passed to him over the years.

But then Morton finds out the Group has been doing bad things with his donation money, and the excitement starts.   I wont say much more, but it’s a rollicking good read in the same vein as Dan Browns’ books, getting chased all over the world, spies and baddies, all that stuff.  But a total focus on educating the reader about all the issues pro and against the global warming agenda and the political/military control of the information getting out there.

Here is an amazing passage from the book that I thought worth sharing, it sums up exactly how we, as human beings, have been manipulated for a very long time!

Talking of social control……”To the requirement of every sovereign state to exert control over the behavior of its citizens, to keep them orderly and reasonably docile….to keep them paying taxes.  And of course we know that social control is best managed through fear.

For fifty years western nations had maintained their citizens in a state of perpetual fear.  Fear of the other side.  Fear of nuclear war.  The Communist menace.  The Iron Curtain.  The Evil Empire.  And within the Communist countries, the same in reverse.  Fear of us.  Then, suddenly, in the fall of 1989, it was all finished.  Gone. Vanished.  Over.  The fall of the Berlin Wall created a vacuum of fear.  Nature abhors a vacuum.  Something had to fill it.”

Evans frowned. “You’re saying that environmental crisis took the place of the Cold War?”

“That is what the evidence shows.  Of course, now we have radical fundamentalism and post-9/11 terrorism to make us afraid, and those are certainly real reasons for fear, but that is not my point.  My point is, there is always a cause for fear.  The cause may change over time, but the fear is always with us.  Before terrorism we feared the toxic environment.  Before that we had the Communist menace.  The point is, although the specific cause of our fear may change, we are never without the fear itself.  Fear pervades society in all its aspects.  Perpetually.

…..Industrialised nations provide their citizens with unprecedented safety, health, and comfort.  Average life spans increased fifty percent in the last century.  Yet modern people live in abject fear.  They are afraid of strangers, of disease, of crime, of  the environment.  They are afraid of the homes they live in, the food they eat, the technology that surrounds them.  They are in a particular panic over things they cant even see – germs, chemicals, additives, pollutants.  They are timid, nervous, fretful, and depressed.  And even more amazingly, they are convinced that the environment of the entire planet is being destroyed around them.  Remarkable!  Like the belief in witchcraft, it’s an extraordinary delusion – a global fantasy worthy of the Middle Ages.  Everything is goin to hell, and we must all live in fear.  Amazing.”

A really interesting book.  I learnt alot, and had a damn good read too!  Enjoy.

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