According to an article by MetroNews Halifax, Vancouver-based author and marxist sympathizer Min Reyes believes that the protests sweeping North America and much of the developed world is a "global awakening where we need to figure out how to save our world from destruction".
Love it, hate it or feel indifferent about it, the protests in the spirit of "Occupy Wall Street" have clearly arrived in Atlantic Canada, with the biggest turnout so far over this past weekend on October 15th, 2011.
In the 21st century it seems the world is still but a stage, and today's play runs rampant with irony, double-crossing and hipocrisy.
One of that last few one-world resistors, Libya, is being taken over by NATO for its massive oil reserves and amalgamation into the globalist agenda.
The Meatrix continues with The Meatrix II: Revolting! The second installment of the Meatrix (www.themeatrix.com) features three superhero farm animals including Leo, the young pig who wonders if he is "the one," Chickity, the feathered family farm defender, and Moopheus, the trench-coat clad cow with a passion for green pastures. The sequel delivers even more action, adventure, and humor than the first as the three plunge into the revolting reality of industrial dairy farming. The Meatrix II: Revolting was created and produced by Sustainable Table (www.sustainabletable.org) and Free Range Studios (www.freerangestudios.com)
The movie that started it all! The Meatrix spoofs The Matrix films and highlights the problems with factory farming.
Instead of Keanu Reeves, The Meatrix stars a young pig, Leo, who lives on a pleasant family farm... he thinks. Leo is approached by a trenchcoat-clad cow, Moopheus, and joins him on a journey to learn more about what goes on behind closed barn doors at factory farms.
The Meatrix was created and produced by Sustainable Table and Free Range Studios.
From Episode Two of the film series "The Century of the Self" by Adam Curtis.
The nephew of Sigmund Freud, Edward Bernays started his business life as a publicist. While still in his twenties, he was part of the propaganda effort that drove the United States into in World War I (WW I.)
He personally advised several US presidents starting with Woodrow Wilson and counseled numerous corporations and business associations. Hitler's propaganda chief and Nazi henchman Joseph Goebbels was a reader and fan of Bernay's writing in particular Bernay's book "Crystalizing Public Opinion."
In this short excerpt from Curtis's film we see one example of Bernays at work.
Bernays was one of the engineers of the Cold War. He perfected the technique of manufacturing a distant but ever-threatening enemy and then creating a constant state of fear by generating false news reports that endlessly re-stated and exagerated the threat.
The stated purpose of Bernay's methods was to give those in power greater control over what he called "the mass mind." It worked well in the 1950s and sadly, it appears to be working quite well today... but maybe not forever.