WHAT THE POWER ELITE USES
Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D.
Bobby Jindal, son of immigrants from India, was recently elected Governor of Louisiana. He's a Rhodes scholar. Why would anyone want a scholarship named for a man who paid blacks very little to extricate under awful conditions gold and diamonds for him? And remember Cecil Rhodes' plan for world government.
Also remember in H.G. Wells' 1933 book, THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME, he said the future world government would come out of a conference in Basra, Iraq! Why else do you think the power elite has the U.S. involved in a country where, according to Terry McCarthy of ABC News on March 14, 2007, over half of all Iraqis think it's all right to attack U.S. soldiers? Logically, Americans wouldn't fight for a people who want to kill them, so there has to be another agenda at work.
Historically, the power elite's influence goes back to the founding of our nation. On page 492 of volume 1 of THE REVOLUTIONARY DIPLOMATIC CORRESPONDENCE OF THE UNITED STATES, compiled by Dr. Francis Wharton and promulgated on August 13, 1888 by both houses of Congress, one reads: "No sovereign in Europe was watched with greater interest or regard as wielding a more supreme authority than was (Benjamin) Franklin by English politicians as the (American Revolutionary) war progressed....As far as his personal relations, his past is to be considered. He undoubtedly had been much flattered in France, and pleasantly accepted the courtesies which were part of this flattery. But this flattery, it must be remembered, came not from the government but rather from philosophical illuminati...."
Today, two of the power elite's control mechanisms are "hype," as George Orwell in 1984 warned about "quickening the tempo of human life," and numbing people to violence. For example, the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade on November 22, 2007 featured one hyped performing group after another yelling or screaming so-called music and frenetically jerking themselves inside out in so-called dance.
The Philadelphia parade was no better, as the apparently violence-numbed TV hosts said we're now "celebrating a real historical pirate, Sam Bellamy, as a musical group in pirate dress followed cheerfully singing "Are you ready to party?" Understand---this isn't some fictional Long John Silver or Disney character. They were "celebrating" a real pirate who captured over 500 ships, brutally attacking people, cutting their bodies open with his sword, and stealing everything his victims owned ! The people of Philadelphia were actually standing there smiling and applauding this "celebration." This demonstrates just how sick the conditioned American public has become.
People's mental numbness has also been applied to spiritual issues as well. Recently, religious leader Pat Robertson publicly endorsed Rudolph Giuliani for president, despite the anti-Biblical positions of Giuliani on issues such as abortion and homosexuality, in addition to Giuliani's divorces plus his anti-Second Amendment positions. Giuliani supposedly is a Catholic, and Catholic as well as Episcopal religious leaders recently have proclaimed Jesus isn't the only way to heaven. One might therefore ask them why anyone should become a Catholic or Episcopalian if one can be a good Hindu, or whatever, and still go to heaven? While that question might not phase them, if you then ask them why anyone should contribute financially to them rather than to Hindus, etc., because of their attitude about Christ, that might just get their attention so that they'll wake up to the Truth of salvation only through Jesus.
Other mechanism that can be used by the power elite are sound and tracking devices. American Technologies' patented HyperSound can "beam" sounds to specific people that only those individuals can hear. The U.S. Air Force has also experimented with similar microwave devices which they consider possible psychological warfare tools. DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) has a Sonic Projector which can perform similar functions.
In terms of tracking people, about a year ago, Brazil began obligating the implantation of the National System of Automatic Identification of Vehicles that is capable of identifying vehicles in the Brazilian fleet. Identification can be made via electronic plates and integrated system antennas. Thus, vehicles can be used to track people's movements and specific locations.
Lastly, the power elite uses government leaders to move us toward their goal of a World Socialist Government. For example, if Hillary Clinton becomes president, she has been on a Rhodes scholar selection committee, and her husband is a Rhodes scholar. Her health care plan (HillaryCare) has been described as Socialistic (perhaps she first could have a mental health exam of the people of Philadelphia who "celebrated" a real cut-throat pirate). And on June 29, 2004 she said, "We're going to take things from you on behalf of the common good." Then, on June 4, 2007 she announced, "I certainly think the free market has failed." Both remarks were cheered by Socialists, and cemented her approval by the power elite.
Dennis Laurence Cuddy, historian and political analyst, received a Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (major in American History, minor in political science). Dr. Cuddy has taught at the university level, has been a political and economic risk analyst for an international consulting firm, and has been a Senior Associate with the U.S. Department of Education.
Cuddy has also testified before members of Congress on behalf of the U.S. Department of Justice. Dr. Cuddy has authored or edited twenty books and booklets, and has written hundreds of articles appearing in newspapers around the nation, including The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times and USA Today. He has been a guest on numerous radio talk shows in various parts of the country, such as ABC Radio in New York City, and he has also been a guest on the national television programs USA Today and CBS's Nightwatch.
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Identification can be made via electronic plates and integrated system antennas. Thus, vehicles can be used to track people's movements and specific locations.