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Ron Patton | June 14, 2019
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There is a line from the movie “Aliens” where the young girl Newt tells Ripley, “My mommy always said there were no monsters – no real ones – but there are.” Ripley acknowledges this and wonders why parents lie to their kids.

Monsters are real – and they are hidden among us making plans against us.

In fiction, we create monsters to scare us and to teach us to be vigilant.

We create monsters to embody our anxieties or the evils we fear. Yet the monsters are often more compelling than the heroes pitted against them, and we can’t bear to leave them as unmitigated villains. So they evolve into metaphors for something else: the unknown, perhaps, or our own capacity for moral growth.

The humanization of monsters can entail a subversive critique of the social structures or norms that judged them monsters in the first place. If the Beast isn’t evil, then the pitchfork-wielding mob is, and indicting witch-hunters easily goes hand in hand with humanizing witches.

Whether such subversiveness is destructive or beneficial varies, naturally, with normalcy bias.

We begin to see a conspiracy arise – a conspiracy to have sympathy for a devil – we have sympathy for the monster because we begin to wonder if we are the monsters ourselves.

The question is: do we build our own monsters – do we conjure beasts to feel good about ourselves and are the monsters metaphors for things we do not understand or countries and people we don’t agree with?

The new movie, Godzilla: King of the Monsters, brings up the possibility that perhaps the world’s giant monsters have evolved as a kind of planetary defense mechanism and the menace they have arisen to fight is human overpopulation, pollution, and war.

It is simple there is one scientist that argues that human is the infection on the planet and that Godzilla and the monsters should be allowed to reduce the population for our own good.

Of course, what is not lost on the audience as to who the real monster is and that is the scientist with the Malthusian solution.

Thomas Malthus believed that the amount of life in the universe was unsustainable and would eventually destroy itself by consuming all resources. In 1798, the philosopher wrote an essay claiming that populations grow much faster than their food sources, and if growth remained unchecked it would eventually lead to societal collapse.

If you recall the same themes have been seen in the movie “The Matrix” where Agent Smith tells Morpheus that “human beings are a disease – a cancer on this planet.

Thanos in the Avengers films had the same agenda where he eradicated half of all life in the universe with the snap of a finger.

Even the last Star Wars film had the evil Kylo Ren tell Rey that it was time to “let the past die – kill it if you have to.”

The troubling part of these philosophies being inserted into these films is that there is no compelling counterargument or alternative vision – only a choice to fight against it or philosophically decide that there are people that deserve to die and they do not deserve to be saved.

In the new Godzilla film, there are monsters that we care about and monsters we don’t. There is also a type of pseudo-religious theme where we see the three-headed Ghidorah crouching on a mountain roaring into heaven with a huge crucifix looming nearby.

Ghidorah is expressly called a “false king”; this shot explicitly casts him as a Satanic figure, even an Antichrist. By implication, of course, there’s a true king, a Christ figure that wishes to protect us from the Satanic three-headed dragon that wants to eliminate the population.

Of course, that figure is Godzilla. If you want to continue the religious metaphor you can conclude that the creature like Christ resurrects and returns to save the people by using his wrath.

Ghidorah represents the conspiracy against the people – a conspiracy that includes the destruction and reduction of the population and the fall of mankind to the serpent with the three heads representing Satan, the Antichrist, and the False Prophet.

It can also be seen as the Levithan of Revelation. The description of this beast is found primarily in Revelation chapters thirteen and seventeen. Chapter thirteen gives the fullest description. John saw it “rise up out of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his heads the name of blasphemy.

Some believe that the seven-headed serpent is a representation of the three-headed Lotan a sea monster that killed two-thirds of the earth’s population.

In Revelation 12 of the Bible, we hear of the dragon sweeping a third of the stars from heaven and hurling them to the earth.

Could this be a metaphor for a third of the human population being killed by the antichrist?

We have heard of the one world conspiracy. We all are fighting against a foggy indefinable enemy. We all have our own ideas of what the grand conspiracy is. We all have our ideas of who is part of the great conspiracy.

We hear of all the old demons from the Masons to the Muslims, the Catholics and the Jews and how bigotry has its last word in cases of scapegoats. However, we may be wise to understand what is controlling us rather than who is controlling us. Once we do that we will understand how the conspiracy operates.

The open conspiracy, its strategy and tactics have been openly announced and discussed with clarity for nearly a hundred years. Whether it be identified as the Illuminati, Bilderberg, The Enterprise, The Octopus, or the Fabians there is nothing illegal about it. The open conspiracy is not secret, but secret things happen when these controllers are allowed to do their handiwork.

What they set out to do is human engineering – to ensure an evolutionary outcome prepped and ready for a golden age.

I’ve neglected to tell you so far about the role pain and suffering plays in this manufactured evolutionary theory.

Just as Hegel taught that history moves faster toward its conclusion by the way of warfare, so evolutionary socialists were taught by Hegel to see pain and struggle as the precipitant of evolutionary improvement for the species, a necessary purifier eliminating the weak sheep from the breeding pool.

The truth is your government and the world agenda has created grade school drama with all of their well-publicized doomsday scenarios. From Global Warming to the Swine Flu, we are seeing that pain and suffering is heading our way. The government-created crisis, masquerading as an unexpected external provocation, is elementary Hegelian strategy. We all know this. It was the main theme in Orwell’s animal farm.

It has been the agenda by the secret societies for decades and the groups like Tavistock, Tri-Lateral Commission, Council on Foreign Relations, the Committee of 300 and others are there to set the agenda, the action, the reaction and the solution that the people will clamor for by design.

This is how it all works, Zbigniew Brzezinski wrote in his famous signature book “Between Two Ages: America’s Role in the Technotronic Era that:

“It will soon be possible to assert almost continuous control over every citizen and to maintain up-to-date files containing even the most personal details about health and personal behavior of every citizen, in addition to the more customary data. These files will be subject to instantaneous retrieval by the authorities. Power will gravitate into the hands of those who control information.”

It is indicative of a clever surveillance system that includes your genetics and health statistics.

In his essay, Brzezinski called common people, (The sheep) “an increasingly purposeless mass.” Capable of being scientifically engineered through a series of shocks to the system. Shocks to the system create cognitive crisis and pain. Those who control pain control the populace. You see pain is what is controlling us and those who have the power to relieve the pain are also those who have the power to inflict it.

If anyone doubts the power of pain as a tool to control people’s behavior they need only to look at the experiments that were carried out by the Nazis.

These experiments in pain for control were carried through to the academics at Yale and Harvard. They were perfected by the CIA and other groups and now they are being implemented with absolutely no limits. This is why torture and mass murder is not condemned or not being altered in war. Because in a moment of pain people could say or do almost anything including kill another human being.

If a government uses the philosophies of Hegel and the right kind of propaganda, a group of people can be marked for death at any time which in the minds of the elites will eliminate the surplus population for the sustainability of the planet.

Most Americans have absolutely no idea, but a very dark philosophy is spreading like wildfire among the global elite. This philosophy is an obsessive belief that humanity has become a cancer that is destroying the earth. There are now large numbers of global leaders that are convinced that the exploding population of the world has become like a virus or a plague and that it must be combated as such.

In fact, it would be very difficult to understate just how obsessed many members of the global elite are with population control. The United Nations puts out position papers about it, universities have entire courses dedicated to it, radical population control advocates have been appointed to some of the highest political positions in the world, and some of the wealthiest people on the planet get together just to talk about it.

Those who believe in this philosophy are constantly talking about the need for “increased access” to abortion, contraception and other “family planning” services. But even with all of their efforts, the population of the world is still expanding and those who believe in this population control philosophy are getting nervous.

Some of them are resourceful and are very open about their Malthusian philosophies.

They look for scientific solutions for a hypothetical impending crisis of population surplus and provide extreme solutions for a way out.

So theories are suggested, doomsday is said to be looming on the horizon and many people coltishly comply with the mere suggestion that their pitiful lives are responsible for the downfall of humanity and even nature itself.

All of these doomsday theories quickly draw support from leading scientists, politicians and celebrities around the world. Research is funded by distinguished philanthropies and carried out at prestigious universities. The crisis is reported frequently in the media. The science is taught in college and high school classrooms. Teachers in secondary and elementary schools encourage kids to act out and be heard – they are told that if they don’t participate they will have no future—the solution, of course, is never really revealed.

It is always tied up into money, conservation, and eventually suggestions for eugenics policies that encourage abortion and voluntary euthanasia.

All in all, the research, legislation, and molding of public opinion surrounding these doomsday theories become the new normal.

People begin to espouse ideas for population reduction, forced vaccinations regardless of health dangers to children, early birth control, alternative sexual lifestyles, and sterile living arrangements with those with fluid or androgynous asexual behaviors and late-term abortions.

I remember reading the thoughts of Michael Crichton on the issues of Global Warming, sustainability and the relationship between politics and science.

He stated that at one time, science and politics agreed on something that was theorized to be the downfall of humanity and that was overpopulation and the lack of resources. They started adopting what are known as Eugenics policies and ideas.

The ideas and theories were supported by Theodore Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, and Winston Churchill. It was approved by Supreme Court justices Oliver Wendell Holmes and Louis Brandeis, who ruled in its favor. The famous names who supported it included Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of the telephone; activist Margaret Sanger; botanist Luther Burbank; Leland Stanford, founder of Stanford University; the novelist H. G. Wells; the playwright George Bernard Shaw; and hundreds of others. Nobel Prize winners gave support. Research was backed by the Carnegie and Rockefeller Foundations. The Cold Springs Harbor Institute was built to carry out this research, but important work was also done at Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Stanford and Johns Hopkins. Legislation to address the crisis was passed in states from New York to California.

These efforts had the support of the National Academy of Sciences, the American Medical Association, and the National Research Council. It was said that if Jesus were alive, he would have supported this effort.

The history of Eugenics has always been dreadful – but we are now seeing it as an underlying solution to the problem of too many people.

Actions taken in the name of genetics have always been morally and criminally wrong. Throughout history, it has led to the deaths of millions of people.

In the past, theories of Eugenics postulated a crisis of the gene pool leading to the deterioration of the human race. The best human beings were not breeding as rapidly as the inferior ones — namely the foreigners, immigrants, Jews, degenerates, the unfit, and the “feeble-minded.”

These theories were adopted by science-minded Americans and were backed by various leaders and the elite, as well as those who had no interest in science but who were worried about the immigration of inferior races early in the twentieth century — “dangerous human pests” who represented “the rising tide of imbeciles” and who were polluting the best of the human race.

These elites saw them as a cancer – Hitler espoused many of these ideas as he was focused on bringing balance to German agriculture.

The Blood and Soil policies of Hitler included actions to “sift the human material” for those who support decisions of the leaders and those who do not support these decisions. He also believed in culling those who were a burden on society.

The agenda of “sifting human material” is also found hidden in the policies of global sustainability proposals. The global sustainability proposals include politicized science that is already proposing eugenics directives, zero population growth, and in homogenized words, killing off the population using geo-engineering, abortion and harmful and needless vaccinations.

New York has been at the forefront of implementing reproductive policies that are extreme.

New York’s Reproductive Health Act was signed by Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo last January, the anniversary of the landmark Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision. The new law allowed full term abortions – meaning that a child can be aborted after 24 weeks.

There is no crime more upsetting than that of a mother killing her own fully formed child in cold blood, because not only does it confound and terrify us on an almost indescribable level, it presents a great deal of unspoken commentary on the ignored cries for help of some desperate mothers as well as the silent pain of abused children. It shows us that some of us are in supreme danger even as innocent babies in our mother’s arms.

Alternatives could be sterilization, or even euthanasia or state-sanctioned infanticide through a lethal injection. This has all happened before and it contributes to eliminating surplus population.

Ironically, New York eliminated the religious exemption to vaccine requirements for schoolchildren in response to the nation’s worst measles outbreak in decades.

Their example prompts states to reconsider giving parent’s ways to opt out of immunization rules.

The Democrat-led Senate and Assembly voted to repeal the exemption, which allows parents to cite religious beliefs to forego getting their child the vaccines required for school enrollment.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo, a Democrat, signed the measure minutes after the final vote. The law takes effect immediately but will give unvaccinated students up to 30 days after they enter a school to show they’ve had the first dose of each required immunization.

With New York’s move, similar exemptions are still allowed in 45 states, though lawmakers in several of them have introduced their own legislation to eliminate the waiver.

The issue is hotly contested and debate around it has often been emotional, pitting cries that religious freedom is being curtailed against warnings that public health is being endangered. After the vote in the Assembly, many of those watching from the gallery erupted in cries of “shame!” One woman yelled obscenities down to the lawmakers below.

Bill Gates has expressed many Malthusian views has said that certain vaccines can be used to reduce populations.

He recently commented that scientists are on the cusp of commercializing the first personalized cancer vaccine, if it works as hoped, the vaccine, which triggers a person’s immune system to identify a tumor by its unique mutations, could effectively shut down many types of cancers.

This is reminiscent of another science fiction film, “I Am Legend” starring Will Smith.

The story is set in New York City after a virus, which was originally created to cure cancer, has wiped out most of mankind.

The question is whether or not anyone pays attention to cautionary tales within science fiction stories?

Science fiction has always provided a glimpse of what might be. It is a contemporary “cautionary tale” that examines cultural norms and societal values while serving to warn humans about traveling down the reckless path.

Although many thousands of incredibly smart and talented people engage in real scientific inquiry and discovery, “science” is often used as a cudgel to browbeat people into accepting some pretty warped ideologies.

The truth is many Americans don’t want to think because thinking is hard. They are content to just feel and respond emotionally to fabricated dogma and disinformation.

Many among the global elite believe that the growing world population is the number one problem facing the world. Many of them are absolutely convinced that overpopulation is the primary cause of “climate change”, is ruining our environment, and threatens to turn the entire globe into one gigantic third world slum.

Of course, all of that is nonsense, but this is what they actually believe, and the scary thing is that most of them are in positions of power and influence where they can actually do quite a bit to advance their insidious agenda.

These themes are now showing up in popular science fiction movies and it is obvious that someone is trying to expose the depopulation conspiracy.

Written by Ron Patton

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