It took me a while to understand exactly what the man was saying, who was recently interviewed in a live-stream on YouTube, but eventually I got it:

* Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars     

It turned out to be an intriguing booklet, less than 60 pages long, and I was able to buy a copy online. [ISBN 978-1-58509-380-9]

The first few pages go about debating the origins of the text, the crux of the matter being whether it originated back in the 1950s in the USA, or later. William Cooper, author of ‘Behold a Pale Horse‘ mentions the existence of the text in that book. Cooper, a former Naval Intelligence Officer with clearance to access Top Secret material, wrote

“I read Top Secret documents which made it clear that ‘Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars’ is in essence the doctrine which was adopted by the Policy Committee of the Bilderberg Group at their first known meeting back in 1954. A copy was found in 1969 – in the possession of Naval Intelligence.”

In places the text makes for pretty hard going, broadly with many comparisons to electrical circuitry, to explain the philosophy behind the content. Interestingly, its origins evolved, not across the pond, but right here in the UK, via Operations Research [OR] where it was to form a strategic and tactical methodology, developed by military management in England during World War II – (a bit like 5G, then?).

The theme is that, unlike military weapons, which are intended to intimidate and thus subdue their intended target, it is quite possible to achieve the same ends by setting up and developing a totally predictable economy, which would have the same effect, bringing down the lower class elements of society, to be house-trained, broken and given a yoke to bear, coupled with long-term social duties from a very early age. (Getting any clues yet?)

In order to achieve such docile conformity, the family unit should be broken down, disintegrated by getting the parents increasingly preoccupied with unproductive social and private activities, putting pressure onto them by financial constraints, e.g. by shift work alongside increased cost of living, also then the establishment of ‘day-care’ centres for the young of those families.

The quality of education to be offered to the lower classes should be of the poorest sort, so that a moat of ignorance would isolate them from the superior ‘elite’ class. Such a planned handicap would leave even the brighter of their offspring with little chance of extricating themselves from mundane slavery.

Almost like a type of biological warfare, preoccupation with time-wasting pursuits (MZ – FB?) would be aimed at sapping the vitality, the options and the mobility of such a society by knowingly understanding, manipulating and eroding their sources of natural and social energy, ultimately their physical, mental and emotional being.

If you are, by now, beginning to make some associations with aspects of our 21st century society, you may be shocked to find that this concept was spotted and cunningly exploited some 250 years back. I’m sure most of us are familiar with the name Rothschild [German = Red Shield] which has become synonymous with almost fabulous wealth. Here’s why.

         “Give me control over a nation’s currency, and I care not who makes its laws”

was the maxim of one Mayer Amschel Rothschild (1743 – 1812) . This man was cunning enough to identify a missing passive component of economic theory – ‘economic inductance‘ we call it today, but what Rothschild had identified was the use of the basic principles of power, influence and control – and how to apply it to the financial situation of the sheeple. The principle is – “when you assume the appearance of power, people soon give it to you“. (Do we have a current-day example of this principle anywhere??)

He saw that being able to offer currency or deposit loan accounts afforded him the appearance of status and power that would induce people into surrendering their REAL wealth in exchange for a promise of greater wealth. The ‘client’ would put up real collateral in exchange for a loan of ‘promissory’ notes. (Ring any bells yet?) Rothschild found that he could gamble on issuing more promissory notes than he actually had backing for, so long as he had SOMEONE’s stock of gold to convince his client to invest.

He loaned his promissory notes both to individuals and to governments, which would, of course, create over-confidence. His next step was then to make money scarce, tighten control of the system and collect the collateral through pressure of the contractual obligation.

So much for the background: let’s now fast-forward to the end of World War II, our good King George VI had not been gone three months, when a obscure little Frenchman wrote the following to a personal friend in a letter dated 30th April 1952. The text is well enough known, but we repeat it here as a reminder.

“Europe’s nations should be guided towards the super-state without their people realising what is happening. This can be achieved by successive steps each disguised as having some ‘economic’ benefit, but which will eventually and irreversibly lead to ‘federation'” (My italics)

He was Jean Monnet [1888-1979], who came to be regarded as a Founding Father of the European Union. Those of you who are in any doubt that such duplicity could possibly lie behind those lovely souls in charge in Brussels have clearly still to read ‘The Great Deception‘ by Booker & North [ISBN – 978-1-4729-3966-1] – a 615-page crime thriller, where every notion, comment and trick is identified, itemised and verified by date and time.

Just now our nation stands, in a state of complete ennui,  at the conclusion of more than three years of total time-wasting, as all elements of government and opposition, in total disregard for the electorate who sent them to occupy the priviliged green benches, are wriggling vigorously to extricate themselves from a decision hanging over them, like Damocles’s sword.

To put it more simply for the ‘Remoaners’ among us, all those ‘leaders’ who, from Heath, Wilson, Major, Blair and Brown, through to May and Johnson, are STILL wriggling on the hook, truly “the love of Monnet is the root of all evil”. I have a sneaky feeling that very shortly, all the doom-mongers will be crawling back under their respective rocks, as our nation realises that, as in World War II, this Quiet World War III can be overcome – by simply walking away from a bloated, self-important (but right now very nervous) oligarchy, which will then be shown to have absolutely ZERO AUTHORITY .







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