Saturday, May 19, 2012

The Pinnacle: What if...? Part 3

This is a great time for a disclaimer:  I am the farthest thing from a political science major in the known universe. This series of postings has a two-fold purpose: One, to entertain you with possibilities of The Pinnacle’s pending conquest of the world, right under our noses. And B, to make you think just a little about what liberties you lose when you don’t keep your ear to the ground. This is certainly not to mask the truth that we are giving up our freedom a little crumb at a time.

America’s Founding Fathers worked, fought, and died to save their future generations (that’s us, people) from the tyranny they were forced to endure: restrictive government regulation, oppressive taxation, no representation. And look where we are today: Begging for higher taxes “for those who don’t pay their fair share.” Begging for more government regulation “to make things more fair.” Abdicating our representation by ignoring the issues and letting “someone else handle it” rather than take the time to examine them ourselves and make sound electoral decisions based on our knowledge of pressing issues.

 I watch all this going on and then there’s the Skunk in the Woodpile I talked about last week. In 2007, they all came together in my twisted little mind, and The Pinnacle came to be. To recap, their vision is to rule the world from behind every throne. And they could be enacting their plan right under our noses. Do we think we can smell the skunk and root t out before it’s too late?

Last week, we brushed on the skunk in the woodpile concept, and about the political, social and economic importance of petroleum in The Pinnacle’s plan.

This week, let’s look at the globalization movement that denies it’s a globalization movement. We have too many groups describing themselves as environmentally-concerned, and hiding something behind their backs. To make my point, look at this article from Live Science:

Note the statement near the bottom: "As we're approaching a planet with 9 billion people on it, we need to find a global solution."

Seriously, this article couldn’t have appeared at a better time. Why do we need to globalize? Why can’t we work on good people to become more active on a personal level to preserve what natural environment we have? Why must there be some crisis that may or may not actually be a real crisis? Al Gore told us we only had ten years left, almost twenty years ago.

And this one from Web of Creation:

“Although they are uncertain of the numbers,…?” "Every day, an estimated 100 plant and animal species are lost to deforestation.”

To be fair, those are two different quotes. But my point remains the same. Crisis-mongering. Let’s look at that last one by itself, because the problem today with that statement is the same problem they had from Day One: They are uncertain of the numbers, but are demanding government action. No one really knows who came up with the “100 species a day” statement, or how. How can you say that? Is someone counting? The original statement made (I was around when it first hit the news back in the ‘90’s) was that 100 undiscovered species a day are becoming extinct. They only backed off that point after someone pointed out the fact that, iof the species are undiscovered, how can you say they are becoming extinct? Even so, is someone out there counting 100 species a day going extinct? How many of you know that, to this day, there are no set criteria that define the word “species” or differentiate it from the term “variety?”

Surely there must be something more involved here than these people’s job security. It goes deeper than concern for nature as well, because most of these  also subscribe to evolution as  having the same weight as a scientific law (It’s still just a theory, folks). Anyway, if natural selection is the law of the land, let natural selection dictate which species are obsolete. Could there be a deeper agenda yet? Let’s look at yet another example, from our friends at the Earth Liberation Front: (Beware: Graphic photo content)

If you click the link and scroll really fast past the gross stuff, look at the seals at the bottom. Apolitical? I don’t think so. Their spokesperson-who-is-trying-hard-not-to-appear-as-a-spokesperson confesses to ties with the communist movement. He/she won’t even identify themselves openly, let alone reveal ELF’s true agenda, which is to spread communism.

So how does The Pinnacle use environmental groups to further their cause? Mainly as a tool to shift paradigms to a “Global Consciousness” focus, and prepare the public to accept the possibility of a world government. They sow moles into these groups, who as entities remain ignorant of the hidden agenda whispered by the moles. They strike each from their own pedestal against capitalism and the merits of individual effort.

I’ll leave you this week with a quote from C.S. Lewis:  "Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive."

And this: In the end they will lay their freedom at our feet, and say to us, "Make us your slaves, but feed us." [...] Receiving bread from us, they will see clearly that we take the bread made by their hands from them, to give it to them, without any miracle. [...] in truth they will be more thankful for taking it from our hands than for the bread itself. [...] They will marvel at us and will be awe-stricken before us, and will be proud at our being so powerful and clever that we have been able to subdue such a turbulent flock of thousands of millions. --FyodorDostoevsky?, "The Grand Inquisitor"

Folks, we only got so many crumbs of freedom left. Let’s keep them ourselves.


  1. Oh, Cy *sigh*... What the hell are you doing wasting your time writing fiction, my friend? You are just way too deep for this playing field! Although it's giving me an excruciating migraine, I wanted to assure you that I am following your "what if" blog... But, hey, I do love the C.S. Lewis quote, "Of all tyrannies,..." kind of makes me rethink "good propaganda."

  2. You remind me of author and scientist, MIchael Crichton. I listened to him speak a number of times and he was brilliant. Have you ever read his novel about global warmining? Excellent. And it really makes you think.

  3. Not familiar with Crichton, other than "Jurassic Park." But may I take these scomments as a compliment? I'm not asking people to sign on to some wild conspiracy theory, but let's say I'm stretching my Orwell legs just a bit. ;-)