Monday, February 11, 2008

Tavistock , And The Plans For Humanity


By Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D.
February 11, 2008

[Note: Regarding my recent article mentioning Benazir Bhutto's
December 27, 2007 assassination, in a November 2, 2007 interview
with David Frost she mentioned that an earlier assassination
attempt by a former military officer connected with Omar Sheikh,
"the man who murdered Osama bin Laden." Have you heard the
power elite-controlled American press or media mention this?
Bhutto was the woman the U.S. State Department wanted to
become Prime Minister of Pakistan. Now why would the U.S. want
someone to head Pakistan who has and publicly uses very bad
information (Osama's murder) if she was wrong? Or, if she was
correct, why would the press and media censor such important
news from the American people? Could it be that the power elite
doesn't want the public to know Osama's dead because that would
decrease interest in the "war on terror"? And could Bhutto's
"spilling the beans" have played a role in her own assassination?
Concerning another of my recent articles, "The Power Elite's Use
of Wars and Crises" (January 28), someone may have gotten the
impression that the First World War was planned beginning around
1910. Actually wars are planned by the power elite far in advance,
and the First World War, followed by a world government, was
planned long before 1910. For example, in 1908 THE JOURNAL
OF AMERICAN HISTORY (Vol. 2, No. 4) begins with these
words: "'The most fearful war of the century is coming soon. After
the war, will come world-peace--the highest development of the
race in this cycle.' This is the prediction made a few days ago by a
distinguished political economist."]

I was listening to a discussion regarding the Middle East and
thought to myself "Don't they understand that what's happening
has been planned?" This is not only true in geopolitics (FDR said
nothing happened in politics by accident) but in all facets of life. In
music in the 1950s and 1960s, rock music didn't just happen by
accident. Theodor Adorno and others theorized years earlier how
it could change people. Similarly in art, Bertolt Brecht said, "Art is
not a mirror held up to reality, but a hammer with which to shape it."

Many people are familiar with the impact of the Leipzig and Frankfurt
Schools upon society, but relatively few understand the impact of
Tavistock. Therefore, this article will look at that organization and
how it has shaped/planned our lives and the course of the world.

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