by DAVID BROWN | CLEARNFO.com | November 17, 2014
Now Rush Limbaugh is a brilliant political analyst, whom I have always admired; and Mark Levin –also known as the ‘Great one’—is a brilliant legal mind. Both of these gentlemen are great American patriots and very studied on the much agreed upon version of history promulgated by academia. The point I would like to make here, is that no matter how brilliant these two gentlemen and others in their league are, or how studied they are, they have unwittingly confined their studies to the domain of generally accepted facts which have been promulgated and funded by the very power structure they either cannot see or have chosen to ignore. This means that no matter how brilliant their analysis is, their conclusions are necessarily limited to rehashing generally accepted fact-claims of history which may or may not be correct. All logic –after all– has its origin in the fundamental assumptions upon which it is based; so, if the assumptions are in error or incomplete, the resultant conclusions must therefore, by necessity, be suspect or at a minimum deserve a fresh analysis based on new evidence grounded on source documentation, not on generally promulgated truth-claims originating from establishment-fed institutions including Academia.
The power of accepting these officially promulgated assumptions is that it places everyone who accepts these assumptions within the confines of a walled-garden in which debate can officially be conducted. There is money and fame to be found here and legitimacy by consensus. If you happen to go outside the walls that protect the garden, your reputation can be destroyed and thus you lose your certification to debate within the garden of acceptable discourse. Within the walled-garden, you can have spirited disagreements and you can have people who don’t know the facts (collective truth-claims) and you can have people who know the fact-claims inside and out and you can find people who press their own agendas despite the given fact-claims, but all discourse is necessarily limited to the garden provided, surrounded by the wall of permissible historical assumptions. And these are the rules of the game.
Now some of us doubt the validity of the assumptions, but up until recently had no access to evidence they were invalid. We did notice that that many things within the walled-garden did not make sense, so we suspected that there was more to learn. We could see the effects of those things out side of the garden, but could not see the things themselves; thus we had no direct proof and were therefore marginalized by the establishment. Now the source evidence we seek has been here for some time, but the access to the evidence has been difficult or impossible to discover by design. With the advent of the internet more access to more information has been forthcoming and many of us have stumbled upon the documented evidence outside the walled garden which shows the walls to be a farcical creation of the predominant power structures.
Many of us start out slowly. We discover that the Federal Reserves for example is not Federal and has no Reserves. We discover that the second Gulf of Tonkin incident never happened. And we discover many covert operations and illegal experimentations by our government which have never been well-publicized, yet we still do not have the complete picture. Are these all isolated events or is there more to this? Well, there is much more than just these isolated pieces and most of us will never understand the glue that binds until we avail ourselves the time to read Carroll Quigley’s book entitled ‘The Anglo-American Establishment’ where the source documentation is provided in irrefutable detail. Now Quigley is no outsider, he is an establishment historian with impeccable credentials who even agrees with the current template we have been provided by the predominant power structure that he calls the ‘Network’. Because of this, he was selected to document some of the history we never knew. He spent some 20 years working on this followed by two years of unlimited access to the archives at the CFR. And despite his painstaking documentation, yet even he was unwilling to disclose all he knew. But for the first time we are able to see that which casts its shadow into the wall-garden and that which created the walls we use to limit our understanding.
So as I watch Rush Limbaugh and Mark Levin prattle about trying their hardest to understand and explain to their listeners why the Republicans are so ineffectual against the tyranny of the current president –despite huge public support– I look forward to the day when they finally see that their debate is limited by artificial walls which have been constructed by the ‘network’ that has been so clearly documented in Carroll Quigley’s books.
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