By Matthew D. Jarvie
September 24, 2009
Dissecting the New Age
Russia Today has gained huge popularity over the past year among followers of the "alternative" media. While RT does feature news pieces about topics not regularly discussed in the American mainstream media, for a while I have wondered why the Russian media would have an interest in things pertaining to the New World Order, such as the manufactured banking crisis and the reality behind 9/11. After all, hasn't Russia several times called for a New World Order and a one world currency?
Russia Today is sponsored by the state-owned Russian news agency, RIA-Novosti. Novosti was, and still is, essentially an arm of the KGB. Many believe the KGB ceased to exist with the fall of the Iron Curtain, but those who know better understand that this just isn't the case. The Soviet system was never abolished, rather moved underground. The KGB simply changed its name and is now called the FSB (Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation).
It is important to remember that communism was born not out of Russia, but the operational centers of the international banking elite who work primarily out of New York and London. Communism was sicced upon an unwitting Russian people to create an antithesis to the thesis of capitalism, and a bogeyman that has been used to push a fascist/totalitarian globalist agenda. The people of the West could never know that the real enemy existed within, so the global elite used Russia as their scapegoat by funding the rise of the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917. Many people still believe that Russia exists outside of globalist control, but nothing could be further from the truth since Russia has been under the control of the bankers since the 1917 revolution. It is simply Russia's purpose in the dialectic to appear as a looming threat to "western democracy," when it is controlled by the same people who control the US and the rest of the world from behind the scenes.
Communism was designed to have the appearance of spreading outward from Russia, to eventually ensnare the world in its proverbial net. The supposed fall of communism is one of the biggest ruses in modern history that was perpetrated on the people of the world by the globalists. While communism was once used as an overt threat (bogeyman) to bring us closer to global governance, it has since been transformed into a covert threat to carry on the same agenda as everyone looks to the Middle East as the latest manufactured threat to "world peace." The goal has been the eventual creation of a global fascist system that would be the synthesis of capitalism and communism, resulting in a system that is neither of the two but rather completely new altogether, called the Third Way.
So it's quite obvious that Russia has played an important role in the rise of the New World Order. It has served as an outside bogeyman, a beta testing grounds, and an operational base for the deviants seeking to bring about their world totalitarian state. One of the objectives of Russia's KGB (and the CIA in the US and MI6 in the UK) was the infiltration of Western media (on behalf of the globalists) -- the goal being to demoralize and soften up the people, making them more malleable and open to the "change" offered by their controllers.
In the mid-80s, researcher G. Edward Griffin interviewed Soviet KGB defector Yuri Bezmenov (aka Tomas Schuman), where he discussed, among other things, the process of demoralization and the media being integral to achieving these goals. Bezmenov himself worked as a propagandist for Russia's Novosti -- which served to produce false news stories -- and was well aware of the techniques used for manipulating people's thoughts and opinions.
People must realize that all effective propaganda contains large amounts of truth in order to be convincing to its audience. It's how the information is presented and spun that determines the outcome.
Is it possible that a news network such as the Novosti-controlled Russia Today serves a purpose that is the same or similar to what the so-called "Truth" Movement serves? What if the ultimate goal was not to inform and educate, but rather demoralize so people will be more likely to accept a solution that's offered by the same people who created the problems to begin with? While it is true that many people have "woken up" in recent years, we must ask ourselves what it really means to have "woken up." How many people that have woken up to the rampant corruption behind the Federal Reserve and the truth behind 9/11, really have a good understanding of the bigger picture and how it relates to the Hegelian dialectic? I would say of the people who have "woken up," few have an adequate understanding of how the system really works and therefore are more likely to accept a phony "solution" to what they see as a system that is broken and beyond repair (which it is).
Even the Western mainstream media has given credence, albeit little, to alternative viewpoints pertaining to 9/11 and the banking crisis, which tells me there probably isn't too big of a concern among those at the top about this information getting out. Otherwise, why would people like Alex Jones be given guest appearances on networks such as FOX, CNN and others?
I have expressed the belief in numerous previous articles that the Truth Movement is controlled opposition being steered and directed without the knowledge of its participants for the following purposes:
* To marginalize and discredit the truth and independent-minded truthseekers with sensationalism, wild antics and bogus rumors.
* To incite people to act out of fear through violence, creating an order out of chaos situation that plays into the system's agenda.
* To lead people into another false paradigm where they are unable to see the big picture and look for non-existent solutions within the system.
* To break people down and demoralize them with constant fear-mongering, so they are even more easy to manipulate and deceive.
People have e-mailed me regarding my criticism of the Truth Movement, saying things like, "You don't want the truth to get out." Of course that is nonsense, and I ask those of you making these accusations: When have popular movements ever not been controlled? If people want the truth, they're not going to get it being blind followers of a movement or self-proclaimed "leader," or adherents to a particular outlet of information, be it the "alternative" media or otherwise. People need to do their own research and start looking into things for themselves. Just because someone purports to be a proponent of the truth, does not mean that truth doesn't come with a hidden agenda or serves the sole purpose of informing people.
Source: Matthew D. Jarvie