Death on a Pale Horse, Joseph Mallord William Turner, circa 1825.

Whose Riding the ‘Pale Horse,’ Are Elitists Controlling Popular Opinion?

Death on a Pale Horse, Joseph Mallord William Turner, circa 1825.

Milton William Cooper predicted events that would take place in America in his book Behold a Pale Horse, which was published in 1991. (Some argue that his death in 2001 was not a coincidence in light of his analysis of the power of the federal government.) He wrote:

“In view of the law of natural selection it was agreed that a nation or world of people who will not use their intelligence are no better than animals that do not have intelligence. Such people are beasts of burden and steaks on the table by choice and consent.”

His insight still proves true today.

With an ever-increasing intensity, more and more Americans are becoming aware of the collectivist agenda being pushed by the Obama administration and its media cohorts. The popularity of Donald Trump is certainly an indication of this. Many of his supporters don’t care how controversial he is, they love the fact that he is challenging the mainstream media narrative, and forcibly destroying it as well. Donald Trump is the epitome of what Americans seek in a presidential candidate—a leader who makes a mockery of the mainstream media who also defends American values.

Unfortunately, the hype over Trump isn’t real, in a sense.

While it is refreshing that Americans are concerned about our perilous times; they fail to understand the extent to which elitists are manipulating and pushing them towards the same end: total chaos.

The elitists, or silent controllers using psychological manipulation, do not view people in “human terms.” To them, people are not a collection of individual human beings, each complete with unique thoughts, feelings, dreams and fears. Rather, individuals are part of a collective in which they are intertwined with each other to function as a larger whole, one mass body. This is in line with Communism.

Leventia Beria describes the communist view of society in the Soviet Manual on Psychopolitics. Communism sees individualism as a “sickness” that affects the larger body of humanity, in much the same way that a lung infection affects the entire physical body. In order to restore a person’s health, the lung infection must be eradicated. The same is true in the larger view of humanity: eliminate the “sickness” of individualism. Unfortunately, getting rid of “sickness” in the eyes of communist dictators really means total compliance with state objectives.

It is no secret that the political Left and Right hold two completely different world views. The Right claims to support the ideals of individual liberty, the dignity of human life, and the idea that men were created equal, with free will and the ability to make choices and deal with the consequences. The Left, on the other hand, believes that certain people are responsible for all of the world’s problems and that humankind is no different than any other animal on the planet. They also believe that a person’s behavior is not chosen. An individual isn’t capable or responsible for his/her behavior; rather, behavior is controlled by environmental influences and situations that dictate how individuals respond.

While it is true that environmental factors contribute to decision-making, Communism teaches that people do not have free will and are unable to choose how they behave because human behavior is dictated by circumstance.

Consider B.F Skinner’s explanation of this in Beyond Freedom and Dignity. He writes:

“It is now clear that we must take into account what the environment does to an organism not only before but after it responds. Behavior is shaped and maintained by its consequences. Once this fact is recognized, we can formulate the interaction between organism and environment in a much more comprehensive way.”

Essentially, understanding how one’s environment affects human behavior is key to determining how to manipulate society to the controller’s ends in order to draw out certain behaviors. Skinner explains that a person’s struggle for freedom is nothing but a response to an uncomfortable stimulus. He equates, for example, the struggle for freedom from a tyrannical dictator to one sneezing in order to free oneself from plugged or irritated sinuses.

To the behaviorists and the communists, a struggle for freedom is nothing more than a predictable behavior based on environmental issues. The organism’s natural response to discomfort is to be free from it. There isn’t a thought process, simply stimulus and response psychology. Can you see where this is going?

Everything in American popular culture is influencing societal behavior. Americans are being pushed in one direction only– and it doesn’t matter what side anyone takes, they are affected the same.

Americans are constantly bombarded with images of violence. Americans waver from being confused and distracted by mainstream news media that on one hand report Americans must accept Syrian refugees or be considered a bigot. At the same time, the media feeds continuous images of Islamic terrorists gunning down 14 people and making pipe bombs. Americans are told they should be ashamed of their country; that white Americans are oppressors, and minorities are encouraged to hate through false teaching concepts like “white privilege.”

Donald Trump demands that all Muslims be banned from entering the U.S. while the White House further infuriates Americans by importing them while also threatening to disarm U.S. citizens. All the while, the social controllers are collecting data from the responses to their stimulus, planning their next move. Because Americans are so gullible and distracted, they fall for it, every time.

Americans are being pushed into inevitable conflict with each other, and some gain wealth and power as their expense. The government anticipates that some will push back on their encroachment. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS), for example, published a report in which Christians and veterans were labeled as “extremists.”

DHS’s conclusion is exactly what Skinner identifies as “operant conditioning,” the same concept is true of adding people to terrorist watch lists. Both are based on a predetermined idea of how human beings will react to those in power—that their behavior is controlled by environmental factors and not freewill.

Cooper offers helpful insight:

“When a silent weapon is applied gradually, the public adjusts/adapts to its presence and learns to tolerate its encroachment on their lives until the pressure (psychological via economic) becomes too great and they crack up. Therefore, the silent weapon is a type of biological warfare. It attacks the vitality, options, and mobility of the individuals of a society by knowing, understanding, manipulating, and attacking their sources of natural and social energy, and their physical, mental, and emotional strengths and weaknesses.”

 

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David Risselada

David Risselada is a U.S. Marine Corps and Army veteran and author of Not On My Watch: Exposing the Marxist Agenda in Education.

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