Thursday, June 27, 2019

Jasun Horsley & James Corbett: The Robo-Nanny State

Well, I've got to admit this interview was a real treat for me!
Jasun Horsley's site has been linked in the sidebar for some time now. 
If you missed it? Here it is again: Auticulture
 
This interview gives me the opportunity to mention Jasun's latest book. Which, I just so happened to have finished reading a couple of months back. 
Was it thought provoking, interesting and imminently readable? Yes, it was.
Is it recommended? Indeed it is, highly recommended.    Particularly if you've read David McGowan's work on serial killers- Programmed to Kill. (which appears to be unavailable here in Canada?)  And/or the Laurel Canyon book And/or either of Jay Dyer's books: Esoteric Hollywood I and II ( I'm just finishing up the second volume as this post is being published  LOVE IT)

 Amazon: How Socialism, Occultism, & the Sexual Revolution Engineered a Culture of Abuse
In today’s “post-truth” world, we are becoming inundated with fantasy fictions, “alternate news,” and grossly oversimplified (and wildly exaggerated) conspiracy theories that identify cryptocratic power structures ruling our fates. But suppose the truth is both stranger than any fiction and more nuanced and disturbing than any theory? Suppose it is not conspiracy but complicity that creates our world?
Beginning as an investigation into the author’s childhood inside a closet aristocracy of “progressive” British entrepreneurs, Vice of Kings uncovers a history both disturbingly personal and shockingly universal. By juxtaposing disc jockey Jimmy Savile’s secret cultural, criminal, and political affiliations in the second half of the 20th century with the life and teachings of Aleister Crowley in the first, it uncovers an alarming body of evidence that organized child abuse is not only the dark side of occultism, but the shadowy secret at the heart of culture, both ancient and modern.

 You can buy the book at Jasun's place as well as Amazon.ca or .com

 The interview, which runs just over an hour, was terrific.
 And, as already stated, Jasun's book- The Vice of King's is highly recommended.
Image from Jasun's site.

 The Liminalist # 203: The Robo-Nanny State (with James Corbett)

 Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:14:25 — 61.6MB)
Conversation with James Corbett that makes the most of James’ vast and erudite knowledge on deep global politics, collective brainwashing, long-term social engineering, the technocracy movement, and what he calls “turnkey totalitarianism.” Looks at the deeper psychological and emotional mechanisms being exploited, coopted and undermined by decades of conscious sociopolitical manipulations.
Part One: Manipulating the Mass Mind (0 – 24 mins)
The long-term effects of propaganda, the need for public consent, Edward Bernays, selling smoking to women, an invisible government, hijacking the ability to discern, pre-conscious insanity, 1984 & doublethink, Al Qaeda as US’s latest ally, the inception of cognitive dissonance in childhood, exploiting mass anger & fear, Osama Bin Laden & the scapegoat mechanism, US financing of the Soviet Union, a coming clash with China.
Part Two Enforced Freedom (24 mins – 50 mins)
Charles Galton Darwin & The Next Million Years, Bertrand Russell, Aldous Huxley, electronic implant control, the technocracy movement, the internet of things, a scientific outlook, individual freedom as the means to totalitarianism, the transformation of American Society, registered in Japan, conflating freedom with convenience, the hell-road of progressive values, the pendulum effect, conditioned choices, manufactured feminism, parental division 
Part Three: False Solutions to Real Problems (50 mins – end)
Transgender transformation, the eradication of the family, false solutions to real problems, a collective double-bind, a sense of helplessness, the medical-industrial complex, a future orientation, disowning the past, lost gold standard irrational hope, technology & passivity, spectator politics, the pull of a lever, Obama & Trump, lining up for our enslavement, turnkey totalitarianism, the robo-nanny, the UFO as transcendental technology, believing the unbelievable, self-propagating propaganda.


9 comments:

  1. I haven't listened yet; I just needed to say that I was delighted to see that you know Jasun's work. :)

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  2. Hi Gwen:

    Yah, I've been listening to him for a while now- I heard an interview on Legalise Freedom.

    http://legalise-freedom.com/
    Which I will add to the side bar- shocked it's not there already?!

    Greg and Jasun had a most interesting multi part interview and to say my interest in his latest book was piqued would be an understatement-
    Then he was on Miguel Connor's show and boom, I knew that I simply had to get the book.
    Eventually I realized Jasun had been on Logos media/Gnostic media some years back! (doh)

    He's very thoughtful- as in he thinks about subjects a great deal and quite thoroughly - Or as my hubby would say he 'thinks too much' (same as he tells me)

    I'm delighted you know his work as well :))
    Did you read the book?
    If so, what did you think?

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  3. I've added Legalise Freedom and switched up the sorting of the Fave websites list so it's alphabetical. for now.
    Like to change it up

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  4. pdf for "The Next Million Years"

    Charles Galton Darwin- think population reduction/eugenics, typical stuff of the elite factions

    https://st3.ning.com/topology/rest/1.0/file/get/2022181457?profile=original

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  5. Penny,
    Lately I have been indulging in Corbett's work (I used to but stopped due to his learned ignorance about jews).

    But baby/bathwater and all that.

    Corbett is on target on virtually everything he discusses. Extremely well-researched.

    So, when he goes out of his way as he did with the video that turned me off way back, which basically says that it isn't the jews as the main catalyst for our issues (me knowing damn well that it is), I find a slight untrustworthiness.

    Maybe he knows and doesn't say for the obvious reasons. If this is the case, he should have never defended them. Just left it alone.

    On the other hand, what he says doesn't really protect jews. He has no problem discussing Israel and its Zionist crazies. Its almost a toe in the water.

    I still listen to his every broadcast because he is so well researched. Will he ever go all the way?

    Doubtful, but I won't bitch at him as some sort of purist "jew-hater".

    BTW: I don't hate jews. I hate that they have full control of America and the world. We are the slaves in the Master/Slave system. This cannot be.

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    1. Hey Bman!

      Corbett is far better then most.

      "Corbett is on target on virtually everything he discusses. Extremely well-researched."

      Yes, he does his homework- leaves his references- which I then check out. So, that works very well for me.

      wrt: his take on the jews.. I think he addresses the issue enough by talking about Israel and the zionist ideology that people can understand there are issues/problems that require some research initiative.

      I tend more to think that we (individually) are our own worse enemies because we've become so infantile and expect everything done for and just given to us.

      We also have been conditioned to accept the idea of
      "authority" much more then should be accepted.

      If we as individuals and collectively would be less lazy and take more time to really get informed the problem of undue influence would or should become more obvious to all.

      Bman- no one likes the thought of being a slave- to anyone at all- which is why most people won't face that reality and it is the reality

      Are you familiar with jasun horsley?
      did you listen to the interview?
      what were your thoughts about it?
      btw: the book really is good- the subject matter is difficult at some points (looking at the underbelly of society isn't easy) but overall it was a very good read

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    2. It took me a few days, but I was able to listen to the podcast on the road.

      I like Jasun's presentation. This was the first time I've listened (and I should subscribe). Of course, Corbett is spot on with the subject matter.

      I have come to the final realization that jews are, in fact, our biggest misfortune and the catalyst for most of our problems. However, it is the stupid Goy that keep falling for it that really piss me off.

      jews will do what jews do.

      But we should find enough gumption to realize what the shtick is and to stop it post haste. It is why I come across so harsh to others that would normally be an ally. My allies are contributing to our demise and don't even know it.

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    3. B man- so often when you comment and your frustration is obvious- I think of the saying "You can lead a horse to water, but, you cannot make it drink"

      I guess all we can do is lead people to the water and hope they get thirsty soon enough that they don't die from self imposed dehydration.

      I like Jasun's style as well= laid back, contemplative- not aggressive- it easier to listen to.

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  6. Oh and bman, I don't think of you as a hateful person- :)

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