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Saturday, December 14, 2013

Human Farms

Global Leadership – It’s Broke and It Needs Fixing

By Anthony Evans
Information Clearing House
December 14, 2013

After reading a large number of well expressed and passionately
motivated comments relating to the subject of war and the
injustices and atrocities happening on a daily bases, an analogy
I once heard of a sick and dying tree always comes to mind.

The people in the village where the tree was located adored
the tree, it was a holy tree and they couldn’t understand why
the leaves were starting to turn yellow and fall to the ground.

As the villagers knew very little about trees they worked with
what little knowledge they had and they diagnosed the tree’s
problem as coming from the yellow turning leaves.

So following this reasoning they started to treat the sick leaves
and the braches they were connected to in hope of stopping the
disease from spreading, and this practice went on until nearly
all the leaves had fallen to the ground.

Fortunately, a wise traveller was passing through the village that
knew something about trees and assessed that the problem was
not coming from the individual leave and branches but from the
root of the tree, which he proceeded to treat.

In a short time the tree recovered and the villagers were wiser
for the experience.

Sometimes when I hear or read well educated and articulate people
publicly analyzing issues relating to the collapse of society, the
struggling economy, and the perpetuation of war, I can’t help but
think of the villagers diagnosing the tree’s problem by looking at
the individual leaves for the cause.

One of the more powerful commentaries on war in our society,
which presents a convincing argument on how war is used by
our world leaders, comes from one of the most controversial
books of the last millennium, The Report from Iron Mountain:

On the Possibility and Desirability of Peace, where it states
“Although war is "used" as an instrument of national and social
policy, the fact that a society is organized for any degree of
readiness for war supersedes its political and economic structure.

War itself is the basic social system, within which other
secondary modes of social organization conflict or conspire.

It is the system which has governed most human societies
of record, as it is today.

Once this is correctly understood, the true magnitude
of the problems entailed in a transition to peace, itself
a social system, but without precedent except in a few
simple pre-industrial societies, becomes apparent”.

The report goes onto say;

“It must be emphasized that the precedence of a society's
war-making potential over its other characteristics is not
the result of the "threat" presumed to exist at any one time
from other societies.

This is the reverse of the basic situation; "threat" against
the "national interest" are usually created or accelerated
to meet the changing needs of the war system.

Regardless of the controversy surrounding the report’s
authenticity, I believe the document has accomplished
what the wise old traveller had archived in our analogy,
diagnosed the root cause of the problem.

The above quoted report uncovers one of the most obvious,
and most sinister facts of our time; the global war system
dominates our social and economic systems, not the other
way around, and that none of our world leaders with any
weight to their status, are trying to change this situation.

Leadership establishes the culture of an organisation or
enterprise, and as I had found out when I consulted for
companies implementing risk management systems into
their general management structure.

If the most senior person at the top of a company had a big
appetite for risk and a low regard for safety, then that is
the culture that would prevail throughout all levels of the
organisation, regardless of the systems or training they had
in place.

If Government leaders, as with corporate leaders establishes
and maintains the culture of a country, it raises the question,
why do our leaders continue to promote a global system based
on war?

If we accept the concept that we live in a world dictated by the
system of war, and that leadership decisions made on a daily
bases have their foundations in securing dominance within this
system, then what we see and hear on a daily bases with regards
to the war machine makes perfect sense.

If this situation is to change we need to stop focusing on the
symptoms of this global military disease and go to the root of
the problem, LEADERSHIP.

However, to change from a war culture to a peace culture would
require a radical shift in the attitude of our present global oligarchy
and the economic powers that support, and often dictate global
activities to our elected leaders.

The only other alternative in securing support from our global
commanders for a shift away from a dominant war system to
a peace system would be major global leadership change, which
at this stage seems highly unlikely.

If our current leaders use the constant pretense of a threat
to our nation’s boarders for staging war, we really need to
start questioning this concept we have towards ‘Defense’
and ‘Boarders’, and have a good look at what boarders
truly represent.

Putting it simply; boarders represent the enclosure of land,
and securing ownership/control over anything inside these

Inside these boarders we have a lot of other smaller enclosures
that are surrounded with fences and other boundary markers.

The British monarchy has a long history of Enclosure dating back
to the early 11th century, and is also the policy they enforced in
most countries they colonized.

We are constantly brainwashed by our trusted leaders with the
illusions of freedom.

This illusion is fed to us every day by corporate media, and we
lap it up, knowing full well that the managers of these enclosures,
our governments, can take our freedom and possessions away
from us anytime they want.

Their ability to exercise this executive power is increased
tenfold during times of boarder disputes and conflicts.

If you look at Google Earth and look down on a country like the
USA, and then zoom in past the country’s boarders, and past the
state and city boarders, right down to the suburban white picket

Now remove the illusion of freedom, ownership, human rights,
freedom of speech from the picture and it starts to look very
much like any other cattle or a sheep farm, where the human
cattle, the "sheeple" occupants are being fed and fattened on
an unnatural diet of lies and proper gander.

The question should not be why we are fighting wars to protect
our boarders and this illusion of freedom, but why we have
these boarders at all, and why do the majority of our worlds
most powerful political and economic leaders wish to maintain
these boundaries, military institutions, and these human farms
they call countries?

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