The Walled-Garden Revisited

by DAVID BROWN | | April 3, 2015

The Walled-Garden

The Walled-Garden

So … what is a walled-garden?  Well, it’s a garden with a wall around it, apparently to keep the bad things out and to keep certain things in. What sort of bad things? Well, things that could disrupt the peaceful enjoyment of the garden and to protect all those who live within the garden and all that they value and treasure. Within the walls of the garden magical things take place: like general agreements of where the walls are, what they look like and the cardinal rule that no one is to venture outside the walls that protect the peace and tranquility of the garden. For the Globalist or as I term Mr. Global’s purposes, the walls represent long-studied scientific control mechanisms implemented through the media and the learning institutions Mr. Global controls. For the people who live inside the garden, the walls represent generally held assumptions that are not to be questioned; because if you question these assumptions, the walls just might crumble and the garden would be vulnerable to all sorts of bad stuff and therefore ruined for everyone. This is why you can experience such vitriol if you dare question one of these sacred assumptions. These walls are in fact constructed of unexamined assumptions and well-established factssupported by the science of consensus and authority, not empirical evidence. These walls are maintained by the specialists who work for Mr. Global; and who after all, have the time and education to thoroughly examine and construct good, strong walls. Over time, these walls have become so complex, that only the best and brightest can truly understand and maintain their construction. This leaves the people more time to enjoy their garden and to work, study and pay taxes.

If we look at the chart above, we will see that Mr. Global’s domain is a super-set of the subset of the walled-garden, and lies outside of the wall. Mr. Global determines where the walls will be built and his hired help –or the technocrats– maintain the wall’s structure for him.  So how does Mr. Global go about creating these walls made of assumptions, and what are these assumptions anyway? We can learn about this through the history of man from the ancient Egyptians to current day.  Mr. Global creates these walls  through storytelling, through mythology and by stimulating the collective archetypes we all share.

One thing about Mr. Global, is that he has money …  and lots of it.  In fact, he can create money out of thin air and all the folks who can’t do that magic trick have no option but trade their time for this magic elixir called money. Mr. Global has solidified his monopoly and thus his power and control by keeping all normal and acceptable thought within the walls of his garden. To venture outside the walls is to lose your mind and your reputation and likely your job. Since Mr. Global owns most of the media including the news and entertainment and exerts incredible influence over what history is written and how history is taught in the education system, his ability to construct unexamined assumptions is considerable; not just for the past and current generations but for many generations to follow.

If you are interested in learning the real history and about the real control mechanisms that direct your thoughts and your life, I would recommend you start with Carroll Quigley’s ‘Anglo-American Establishment’. From there you can read about the real Bolshevik revolution, WWI, WWII and FDR from Antony C. Sutton’s many excellent books on these same topics. What you will learn will curl your toenails and straighten your hair but it will also make the walls of the garden disappear.

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