Huxley at Home and Orwell Abroad?

It looks to me that a combination of Huxley and Orwell are used to pacify and subjugate populations at home and abroad. Why does the government allow our communications to be monitored but provide no oversight to themselves? I believe it is for when the currency and economies completely crash, they’ll need to know who will play ball and who will rebel.

I find the story of the 100th monkey very compelling, the more people who understand how fiat currency, fractional reserve banking and debt based monetary systems work, the closer we will be to the 100th monkey scenario….

The story of the hundredth monkey effect was published in Lyall Watson’s foreword to Lawrence Blair’s Rhythms of Vision in 1975 and spread with the appearance of Watson’s 1979 book Lifetide. The claim is that unidentified scientists were conducting a study of macaque monkeys on the Japanese island of Koshima in 1952. These scientists purportedly observed that some of these monkeys learned to wash sweet potatoes, and gradually this new behavior spread through the younger generation of monkeys—in the usual fashion, through observation and repetition. Watson then claimed that the researchers observed that once a critical number of monkeys was reached—the so-called hundredth monkey—this previously learned behavior instantly spread across the water to monkeys on nearby islands. This story was further popularized by Ken Keyes, Jr. with the publication of his book The Hundredth Monkey.



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