By Paul McGuire
April 21, 2014
In 1967 R. Buckminster Fuller wrote a book entitled Operating Manual for Spaceship Earth. The basic idea proposed by Fuller was that the Earth was like a spaceship flying though space with a finite amount of resources and it cannot be resupplied. Fuller partnered with the Walt Disney Company as a consultant on an attraction called Spaceship Earth at the Epcot Center. According to R. Buckminster Fuller we are all astronauts on this spaceship. Fuller challenged people through what was termed General Systems Theory with the question “How big can we think?”
One of the primary tenets of Operating Manual for Spaceship Earth is complete world desovereignization (if I may coin a new word). Fuller promoted the idea that no nation or government should be sovereign, but, to use the lyrics of the late Beatle John Lennon in his song ”Imagine,” the world would be one without borders and no nations to die for. Essentially, Fuller believed that if Mankind thought big enough and developed what futurist Barbara Marx Hubbard called an evolutionary consciousness that we could enter a New Age, New World Order, or what Aleister Crowley called the “New Aeon.” However, what Fuller called “thinking big enough” and futurists like Barbara Marx Hubbard called the “evolutionary process of higher consciousness,” the late Christian theologian and philosopher Dr. Francis Schaeffer called a “philosophical upper-story leap of logic.” Dr. Schaeffer analyzed human history through the world view of the Old and New Testament and wrote a book called Escape From Reason.
There was a time in my life when I was true believer in a one world government. I was raised in an atheistic home in New York City where I was taught to believe that Christianity was “anti-life,” “anti-joy” and “anti-sex.” I was raised with the ideas of men like Bertrand Russell who viewed Christianity as a brutal blood stained religion.
As such I despised Christianity and all forms of Judeo-Christian culture. Since I rejected the ideas of Christian morality and a Christian God, I searched for answers and meaning in Eastern mysticism, the New Age, psychedelic drugs, and the counter culture. At 14 years old I read Aldous Huxley’s Heaven and Hell and the Doors of Perception and I experimented with the psychedelic drug mescaline with an honor student in High School, hoping to find the meaning of life by traveling through the “doors of perception.” Later on I saw Dr. Timothy Leary on television promoting the use of the drug LSD and took LSD in hope of finding the answers. I studied and practiced the teachings of Edgar Cayce, Carlos Castaneda, Dr. John C. Lilly, and Baba Ram Dass and majored in both Altered States of Consciousness and Filmmaking at the University of Missouri.
The Weather Underground tried to recruit me in Manhattan’s Central Park, but I could not buy their Marxist dogma of armed revolution. I asked them, if the theories of Karl Marx promised a “Workers Paradise,” why did the communist nations, which included Nazi (National Socialist) Germany, end up slaughtering or imprisoning over 200 million people? They had no answers! It is quite possible that I talked to Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn at this time. In Central Park I would end up demonstrating with the radical activist Abbie Hoffman and I talked with Ken Kesey, author of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest and attended poetry readings by Allen Ginsberg. I was told years later that George Soros attended these meetings.
I held onto my Utopian revolutionary beliefs based on a belief (really a leap of faith) that Man was basically good and that we could achieve a peaceful planetary revolution based on higher consciousness and without violence. But I saw the love and peace Woodstock revolution disintegrate into what the Weather Underground called “armed love,” which meant violent revolution and the same greed and selfishness that they were protesting in Corporate America.
What Dr. Francis Schaeffer pointed out was that the Utopian beliefs of the counter culture were based on a faulty philosophical premise that Man is good and that we will naturally evolve into a state of higher consciousness. This Utopian belief in Man’s ability to create Paradise on Earth is against the evidence of history. Every single revolution in history that attempted to bring in a new Utopian order based on humanistic or New Age principles ended up in bloody revolution and totalitarianism. The Illuminati-sponsored French Revolution moved from the lofty ideals of the Enlightenment to a bloodbath of anarchy and guillotines chopping people’s heads off. The Bolshevik Revolution in 1917 created a communist nightmare with countless millions slaughtered and sent to psychiatric hospitals and the Gulags in Siberia. Everywhere you see a communist revolution you see a Cuba, a Berlin Wall, a Tiananmen Square, and death!
This is why the counter culture along with its Free Speech Movement at Berkeley University moved from freedom to one of the most oppressive and fascist ideologies. What the counter culture in America really produced was total censorship of free speech, a society where people lose their jobs for daring to say anything on any subject that deviates from the politically correct dogma of the fascist left. America is following the exact same pattern of every other socialist, communist, and progressive movement in history. All of these movements begin with the promise of Utopia, a workers’ paradise, and a new order, and they all end up bringing in totalitarianism, death squads, imprisonment, poverty, and a loss of freedoms. Despite the clamor of a State-controlled media, freedom of the press has disappeared from television news.
R. Buckminster Fuller’s concept of “Spaceship Earth” is a Utopian idea built on the philosophical upper story-leap of faith that if we end sovereign nations and create a World Government, than we can build Paradise on Earth. However, the Earth is becoming a prison planet with an all-pervasive electronic surveillance from satellites and new technologies that George Orwell could never have dreamed of. The 1960s counter culture was created to “Make love and not war!” This counter culture was an anti-war movement. Yet today, we see those same leaders of the counter culture occupying the highest positions of power in the land and they are actively promoting war. Despite the Orwellian “doublespeak” about ending war, Europe and America are in the business of creating endless wars in order to reduce excessive population growth and to force nations into this Utopian world government through debt to international bankers behind the International Monetary Fund and World Bank.
The Trans-Atlantic Financial system, which is controlled by the same people who brought us the 1960s counter culture conceived by men like H.G. Wells, Aldous Huxley, and Bertrand Russell and implemented by their Tavistock Institute, is provoking war with Russia and China. Plans are underway to create an Asia-Pacific Alliance against China. There seems to be a coming confrontation between Russia and NATO. On March 29 Russia carried out a massive three day exercise involving 10,000 soldiers in preparation for a potential offensive operation involving the use of nuclear weapons.
A regional thermonuclear war involving Russia could easily escalate and draw in the nations depicted in Ezekiel 38, which are not only Russia, but the Ukraine, Iran, and a coalition of Middle Eastern nations that would invade Israel. In addition, Russia and Iran are partners in exporting oil developed off the coast of Syria into Europe and China. Economic sanctions against Russia and any interruption of the flow of oil into Europe could easily impact the extremely fragile economy of Europe. If one major EU banks fails it could trigger a bail-in mechanism which would allow the seizure of retirement and pension funds. This could trigger a financial panic that could spread to the U.S.
In an environment of nuclear missiles going off and a global economic crisis the world community would be ready to accept the ultimate Utopian decision based on an upper-storey leap. If a powerful and charismatic politician arises like a “rider on a white horse” and promises both peace and a new international financial order, the world would be ready to follow such a man as if he were a Messiah. In Nazi Germany they suspended all logic and followed Adolph Hitler as a Messiah.
According to the Book of Revelation, the world is going to follow a super-charismatic politician who promises a Utopian new world order. However, like all the other leaders who promised Utopia, men like Lenin, Stalin, Chairman Mao, and Hitler, this man will betray his followers. The world will go into chaos as all the nations of the world gather together at Armageddon for the final conflict.
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Paul McGuire: radio talk show host, author, feature film producer and television commentator.
Paul McGuire is the author of 22 books, such as the best-selling, The Day the Dollar Died and Are You Ready for the Microchip? Paul is the host of the syndicated television show, The Paul McGuire Report. Paul McGuire hosted the nationally syndicated talk radio show, "The Paul McGuire Show" for 10 years. Paul McGuire is a television commentator and has been a frequent guest on the Fox News Network and CNN.
Paul is the producer of two science fiction films in Hollywood. The History Channel did a 2-hour special with Paul McGuire entitled Seven Signs of the Apocalypse. Paul has interviewed numerous world leaders, Presidents and Prime Ministers. Paul lives in Los Angeles, California.
At fifteen years old, Paul was demonstrating with radical activist Abbie Hoffman and made an honorary member of the Black Panther Party. However, while studying Altered States of Consciousness at the University of Missouri, Paul had a miraculous experience hitchhiking in a remote area similar to the movie Field of Dreams. Paul re-thought his socialist and humanist world view and rejected it as completely false. Paul has devoted his life to communicating truth to people.