Tavistock -- Why America Folded Like a Cheap Tent
August 2, 2021
This technique is what is known as "profiling", and can be applied to individuals, small or large groups of people, mass groups of people and or organizations of all sizes. They are then "puffed" to become "stars." While still in his early twenties in Arkansas, William Clinton was profiled for acceptance in the Rhodes scholarship program. His progress was profiled throughout his career, and especially during the Vietnam War period. Then, after he proved himself, Clinton was "groomed" for the White House and then constantly "puffed."
The whole operation was under the control of the Tavistock Institute's brainwashers. This is the way these things work. Thus are the tools forged to literally make candidates, especially ones who are deemed suitable for public office; candidates who can always be counted on to do the "right" thing. Congress is full of them. Gingrich was a typical successful "Tavistock product" until his conduct was uncovered. Trent Lott, Dick Cheney, Charles Schumer, Barney Frank, Tom DeLay, Dennis Hastert, Dr. Frist, and so on are other examples of Tavistock "graduates." The same technique is applied to actors, singers, musicians and entertainers.
Heavy propaganda was used to convince the population that unwelcome "environmental social turbulences" were the result of the changing times in which we live, whereas, as we now know, special new-science scientists designed programs (stress programs) to artificially create "environmental social turbulences" and then pass them off as resulting from a natural condition, best known as "changing times."
Tavistock's new science scientists were confident that we would not apply the principle "for every effect there must be a cause"- and they were right. For instance we meekly accepted the "Beatles" and their "novel music" and lyrics-if one dare call it music and lyrics, having been told, that the group wrote it all themselves.
Actually Tavistock graduate Theo Adorno, whose 12-atonal discords were scientifically pitched to create mass "environmental social turbulences" all across America, wrote the music. None of the Beatles could read music. Nevertheless, they were "puffed" day and night without ceasing until everything about them, - lies and all, was accepted as truth.
Tavistock proved over and over again, that when a large group is successfully profiled, it can be subjected to "inner directional conditioning" in just about every aspect of social and political life.
Just to prove the success of his techniques, Reese got Tavistock to test a large group of people on a conspiracy- related subject. It turned out that 97.6 percent of those who were questioned utterly rejected the idea that an overall conspiracy exists. How much less then would our people believe that they have been under direct attack by Tavistock for the past 56 years? We have radio talk show hosts like Rush Limbaugh, who constantly tell audiences that there is no conspiracy.
The Reese "invisible army" is made up of real professionals who know their job and are dedicated to the task they were commissioned to do. They are found today in the halls of justice, police, churches, school boards, sports bodies, newspapers, television studios, government advisory boards, town councils, state legislatures, and are legion in Washington. They run for every office from county councilor to sheriff to judge, from school board member to city councilman, and even, for the office of the President of the United States of America. How this works was explained by John Rawlings Reese, back in 1954:
"Their job is to apply the advanced techniques of psychological warfare as we know them to whole population groups that will grow ever larger, so that whole populations may be more easily controlled. In a world driven completely mad, groups of Tavistock psychologists linked to each other, capable of influencing the political and governmental field must be arbiters, the power cabal."
Will this frank confession convince conspiracy skeptics? Probably not, as it is doubtful whether such closed minds could have any real knowledge of these things. Such information is wasted on radio "talking heads."...
Dr. Fred Emery was another of Tavistock's "linked psychologists" who was on the board of President Johnson's Kerner Commission.
Emery was what Tavistock called a "social environmental turbulence" specialist, the bottom line of which is that when a whole population group is subjected to social crises, it breaks down into synoptic idealism and finally fragments; that is to say, it just gives up trying to cope with the problem or problems.
The word "environmental" has nothing to do with ecology issues, but has to do with the particular environment into which the specialist has injected himself with the specific intent of making trouble-"turbulences" or "stress patterns."
This has already happened with rock and roll, drugs, free love (abortion), sodomy, lesbianism, pornography, street gangs, a constant attack on family life, on the institution of marriage, on social order, on the Constitution and especially on the 2nd and 10th Amendment.
Where this has happened, we find communities powerless to cope with a broken-down justice system, school boards teaching evolution, minors being encouraged to buy condoms and even "children's rights" being pushed. "Children's rights", usually mean children should be allowed to disobey their parents, a key issue in every Socialist's "child care" program. Members of the Reese Invisible Army are entrenched in the House and Senate, in the military, the police, and in virtually every government office in the land.
After studying the State of California, I came to the conclusion that it has the largest contingent of "Invisible Army" shock troops in the country, which has made California something very close to a socialist, police state. I believe California will be the "role model" for the rest of the nation.
At present there are no laws on the books that make this type of conditioning illegal. Reese and Lewin researched the laws of England and the United States and concluded that it was legal to "condition" a person without his or her consent or knowledge.