Crusade To Win Tyranny and Economic Slavery
Source: The Technocratic Tyranny
By Vicky Davis • July 28, 2018
The video below is an excerpt of a speech to the British Parliament given by Ronald Reagan in 1982. Reagan was announcing the strategy that would be used for economic and social war apparently picking up the gauntlet from talks with Brezhnev when he suggested a competition of ideas and values aka ideas and systems. For convenience it will be called E-Soc war here. This type of war is waged against the regular people of the world with funding and political cover provided by governments and Foundations.
Crusade to Win Tyranny
Global Campaign for Democracy
“Foster the infrastructure of democracy” (elections)
What Reagan was giving was a declaration of civil war on all countries for the United Nations and for the international “governance and law” system of Europe. The civil wars are instigated wars (U.S. special forces and USAID) between different groups in target countries. These civil wars were given the name – color revolutions and they are funded by people like George Soros.
Council of Europe
Reagan mentioned the Council of Europe (COE). The Council of Europe is a Foundation. The European system is confusing. It’s difficult to tell which body has authority over what. For that reason, my suggestion is that you read the Wikipedia entry on the Council of Europe first. My understanding from reading it is that the COE is a private organization to which one area of law has been outsourced: social law. Human rights is a big part of it but it also includes environmental protection, food and drug safety, etc. according to the online Encyclopedia Britannica. Its members operate at the intergovernmental level (i.e. embedded sub rosa into the governmental bodies of Europe). The Britannica also has a section on European law and the relationship to the Council of Europe. The following are three significant points from the article:
• After the collapse of communism in eastern and central Europe in 1989–91, the council aided the countries of the region to overhaul their constitutions and legal codes and to democratize their political systems.
• The Council of Europe is composed of four principal bodies: the Committee of Ministers, the Parliamentary Assembly, the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of Europe, and the Secretariat…The Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of Europe is a consultative body that represents local and regional (subnational) governments within the council.
• The Council of Europe also has established a number of special bodies and expert committees over the years, such as the European Committee on Crime Problems, the European Commission of Human Rights, the European Court of Human Rights, the Cultural Heritage Committee, the Council of Europe Social Development Fund (formerly the Council of Europe Resettlement Fund), the European Committee on Legal Cooperation, and the Steering Committee on Local and Regional Authorities.
According to the Wiki article linked above, the concept was the idea of Winston Churchill. There was debate about the structure of it – classical international organization with representatives of government or a political forum with parliamentarians.
This dual intergovernmental and inter-parliamentary structure was later copied for the European Communities, North Atlantic Treaty Organization and the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe.
National Endowment for Democracy
The “campaign for democracy” became Project Democracy and the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) was established for that purpose as proposed by Ronald Reagan. The Endowment is comprised of four institutions corresponding to the campaign objectives of Project Democracy.
One might ask how this writer arrived at the conclusion that world leaders set us up for a psychopathic competition for our way of life. The simple answer is in following the ideas and events in history. First there is an event that was preceded by actions and that is followed by actions. The event in this case was the Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe held in Helsinki, Finland in 1975. A formal agreement was signed with the leading communist eastern countries and the capitalist western countries. The name by which the agreement is known, is the Helsinki Final Act. It was a Programme of Action to be taken by both sides. Reagan’s speech in 1982 corresponds to and furthers the ideas expressed in the Final Act.
Please go to The Technocratic Tyranny to read the entire article.