The beginning of the end or end of the beginning?
G. Edward Griffin
Need To Know
Most readers of Need to Know news will rejoice over Britain’s exit from the EU, as reported in this week’s edition. It’s not that we have a stake in Britain’s internal affairs, but because this issue has as much to do with global government as it does with national prosperity. In other words, this is a setback for the BIG strategy to put elitist politicians and bankers into control of the entire world – and that affects all of us at the macro level.
It is tempting to give a victory shout and boast that this is the beginning of the end for the globalists, but we know from long experience that they do not give up that easily. Even before the Brexit vote took place, undoubtedly they had prepared Plan-B for just such an outcome.
It is not hard to imagine what such a plan would include. The proven technique for herding the masses into places they would not otherwise choose is to cause them to experience fear and panic. In modern times, this has become an important part of political science in which grotesque enemies are engineered and manufactured with great precision. False-flag attacks are the new normal, and (as illustrated in this week’s news) there even is a talent agency that provides ‘crisis actors’ to corporate and government clients around the world.
Everything is possible – including a return to the EU – if people are in fear for their lives as a result of war,terrorism, economic collapse, or civil disorder, all of which can be arranged. It is an eerie feeling knowing that there are people in high places, like Maurice Strong, a UN icon for internationalism, who, not only long for the economic destruction of advanced countries, but are in positions to bring it about. It was Strong who said:
What if a small group of these world leaders were to conclude that the principle risk to the earth comes from the actions of the rich countries? … The group decides: Isn’t the only hope for the planet that the industrialized civilizations collapse? Isn’t it our responsibility to bring that about? [See The Creature from Jekyll Island, page 533.]
The current victory over the EU is not the beginning of the end, but the end of the beginning of a long and fierce contest between the forces of global tyranny and personal freedom. It is good to rejoice and celebrate, but the next battle is coming, and we must now prepare.
G. Edward Griffin
2016 June 24