Migration and Social Disintegration (FREEPOM)

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The Subversives – Schemes of Western Policymakers

By JC Collins

The purpose of open immigration policies which western leaders have enacted are meant to support and continue the mandates of those same western leaders as well as align with the objectives of global governance.  These leaders and their political mandates are left leaning.  The objective is spreading socialism across the cultural and ideological spectrum's.

World socialism is meant to expand with the mass immigration from undeveloped cultures and nations into the developed cultures and nations where they will vote for the leaders and policymakers who opened the gates and encouraged the immigration.  The elected leftist governments of the developed host cultures and nations have schemed and spread socialism within their own regions as a method of aligning with the larger socialism which is being constructed within world institutions such as the United Nations and the International Monetary Fund.

It is probable that the illusion of borders and nations are being used and maintained to fabricate future optimum economic and cultural zones.  The much discussed and predicted world government has in all probability been a reality since the late 1980’s and early 1990’s.  The references made to a New World Order by George Bush Sr., and the subsequent Persian Gulf War, should mark the initiation of this world government.

Since that time the fundamental function of borders and nations has been to position mass culture for the open acceptance of the multilateral and global governance mandates which need to be aligned.  The consideration that nations exist as separate and insular to the larger governance framework is disproven by the fact that all nations are aligning domestic policies with the UN 2030 Agenda and the multilateral reformation of the international monetary system.

The consolidation of this world governance framework will continue and tighten under such strategies as mass immigration and the re-arranging of optimum economic regions. The function of past and existing socioeconomic structures will require a form of disintegration in order to make room for the new methodologies of global governance.

The new nationalism which is emerging in Europe, and is represented in North America by the rise of the Trump doctrine, is global governance in disguise.  This new nationalism is a direct response to the mass immigration of people from dysfunctional cultures which have failed, for various reasons, including interference from the Anglo-American establishment, at building viable socioeconomic structures.

Mass immigration is causing social disintegration in the host nations.  The integration of the migrant cultures and the host cultures is not working.  This mishmash of cultures and political ideologies does not result in the upward movement in quality of life which is promised to the migrant populations.

The fragmentation and division between the migrant cultures and the host cultures serve as both the cause and effect of the growing isolation of both.  This fragmentation and isolation lead to reduced opportunities, a second class status, alienation, discontent, bitterness, and hostility to the host nation.  The aggression which develops from the above reactions and responses are expressed through acts which contribute to social disintegration, such as rioting, rape, crime, and terrorism.

The lost opportunity for the migrant culture and the degradation of the host culture cause the worst features and qualities of both groups to come forth.  There is no trust between each and social disintegration takes hold as the relationships required to sustain culture fragment further.

The migrant populations begin to realize the vast space between the progressive values of the host culture and the dysfunctional structure of their own.  The lost opportunities and realization of social status in the host cultures force the migrant populations to replicate the dysfunction which causes the mass migration from the migrant home nations in the first place.

The growing opposition to western values led to subversive activities in the host cultures and nations.  The expansion of the isolated and insular migrant communities within the host cultures takes place in the poorest regions and districts.  This allows for the growth of subversive organization within the host culture because it is out of sight and out of mind to the authorities.

The old migrant culture begins to replicate within the districts of the host culture and the same dysfunction begins to repeat the process of social disintegration.  This is compounded by the bizarre expectation from the host nations and cultures that the migrant culture must maintain the identity of the old migrant culture.

This is the number one cause leading to social disintegration in the host culture.  The knowledge based structure of the host culture quickly begins to erode under the strain of the migrant subversive activities, such as is taking place in Europe, and the solution begins to emerge of a new form of nationalism which is required to counter the effects of the social disintegration.

The schemes of the western policymakers to double the voting base to ensure future election victories will backfire and cause a complete restructuring of the socioeconomic framework which has supported their own subversive activities.  When asking most policymakers why mass migration is allowed and encouraged, not to mention expecting the migrant culture to maintain their old cultural identity, most have no answer, outside of well-placed and scripted statements of political correctness.

Some policymakers may be aware of the global governance mandates, as well as the need to cause social disintegration in the host nations in order to rebuild those socioeconomic structures, but the vast majority of western policymakers are following and regurgitating a well-strategized script which is being manifested from outside their sphere of control and influence.

The global governance mandates will continue to be expressed through the traditional methods of social transformation.  The announcement of such a global government will not come for many decades.  The methodology and standard operating procedures of the global system are being created through the trans-formative process.  Mass immigration and the reaction of social disintegration are a prime example of this strategy.  - JC

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16 Comments on “Migration and Social Disintegration (FREEPOM)”

  1. Ahhgg, man. Can I just go back to sleep? I guess if I did I would just have nightmares. We will be better for it if we grow up to this reality. I don't know about anybody else, but I got some growing to do. Thanks JC


  2. Apparently, Earth won't be a utopia class planet for a long time to come.

    As chaos theory predicts, to attain a next level of order, chaos is needed in the transition phases.

    Our personal (spiritual) goals won't need to change within a chaotic environment. In fact, this is the challenge we need in order to graduate out of this kindergarten planet.

    1. Earth (just like any other planet) can be whatever we wish. What is so strikingly ironic to me, is here we have a collection of varied "wakefullness", and yet so many let circumstance determine their individual experience. the alchemist makes the best from the worst and the wizard makes whatever he/she sees fit.

      Is it not easy to see that it is a few wizards providing the illusions that so many of us blame for all our woes? Even more ironic is that we each are both slave and keymaster of our own shackles. Our "slave system" (of separated self) is one of our own design. Its we collective who manifest this chaos. Yet it is not random, but a result of our own dysfunction due to a (deliberately) misguided understanding of the true workings of our 3-D existence.

      This "kindergarten planet" is a reflection of each of us, and despite the overall appearance the more wakeful ones feel the positive changes underway. Circumstances won't change so long as we each expect someone outside ourselves to initiate the change we want to experience. Perhaps the "chaos" will provide the moment the fore-mentioned types have chosen to check out and try it again in a different time/space. Nothing is random nor without purpose nor not exactly what we each want.

    2. Hey dripfood maybe the chaos is the razors edge of the fractile. If so we can see that even chaos has patterns. It does seem to be the epicenter of creation doesn't it?

      But what if earth is our creator...well technically the conscious energy that created earth and thus us.

      Then upon shedding this body our conscious energy rises and is consumed by the moon. Which could be in the process of becoming a planet itself at which point it would have a moon of its own in order to continue the cycle?

      Under that logic what if we became so consciously aware of ourself that we were able to teach our conscious or spiritual energy to not go to the moon to be trapped in matter yet again?

      Just some abstract thinking married with some of George Gurdjieff's thoughts. But quite interesting to think about.

      As far as earth being a utopia class planet...hmmm, that may depend on one's perspective of it. Earth doesn't change so much, but our perspectives do.

      Jeremy's perspective is nice also:)

      1. Dane. I like your idea of the fractile's edge being the epicentre of creation. Material creation and seperation/fracturing seem to be connected indeed.

        I see at least three levels of consciousness:
        1. The temporary egoic consciousness of the embodiment
        2. The eternally evolving multidimensional consciousness of soul or spirit that incarnates.
        3. The unchanging awareness of all that is

        We have acces to all 3 at any time, though most of our focus goes to the first consciousness.

        The first consciousness or temporary personality is a product of a soul's incarnation into matter. Each soul is incarnated into tailored material environments (planets, epochs, societies) several hundred or even thousands of times and inside material bodies with tailor made talents and deficiencies.

        Soul either grows brighter or extingishes a little with each act within each incarnation. Eventually, when a soul has outglowed each challenge matter has had to offer, it leaves the incarnation cycle behind and enters the world of spirit. Unfortunately, not much is known about this spirit universe for infant, matter bound souls like ours, but I would guess that is a utopian universe where deficiencies don't exist anymore and where love, integrity and abundance rule. I also figure that this spirit universe sets the stages for infant souls like ours.

        Whatever we think "our" society or "our" planet should be like, has the same impact on reality as the thoughts of a toddler about their kindergarten classroom. In other words, it is a mute cause to try and change the classroom or the itinerary: just play the game and pass the tests.

        I use the words toddler and kindergarten planet quite on purpose, because I believe we are on the absolute bottom rung of a very high ladder of spiritual development.

        Then there is the all pervading awareness that doesn't change. This is always directly accessible through practicing mental silence or non-focus. It is the heart of who we are and doesn't require attainment. You always already are what you are. Fundamental being is unchanging. To me this is the anchor to love and peacefulness.

        Anyways Dane, this is the paradigm I compiled through the ages. I realize it is a heavily distorted version of reality, but it guides me well (for now).

        1. dripfood thank you for sharing your creation and heart. I don't think its heavy at all and is quite a beautiful philosophy.

          What is the reality to compare all other realities from?

          I'm still mapping mine out, making adjustments here and there but our foundations are fairly similar actually. I seem to have trouble expressing spiritual experiences into word terms though. This is a labor of love though so I know I'll find my way by "staying engaged".

          1. Dane, you wrote al question that leads to the most fundamental spritual investigation:
            "What is the reality to compare all other realities from?"

            For me this question lead to the investigation of what it is that generates the sense of I.

            In Advayta Vedanta (teachings of non-duality) it is said that by following this queation relentlessly, all illusory reality will fall away and only Truth that embraces All remains.

            And as you already implicitly mentioned, this Truth cannot really be captured by language.

  3. You have a knack for touching on the most thought provoking subjects, JC.

    Reading about global financial and economic catastrophe or even world war 3 doesn't stress my nervous system half as much as this subject. Mass immigration and all it portents, alongside trends such as falling birth rates in the west, make this topic truly frightening.

    Yet, I am compelled to ask; how do you envisage these socioeconomic structures that are to be built in the host nations once the social disintegration is complete? Will ones place in society be defined solely by wealth, or will ethnicity and gender remain considerations? Or are we talking neo-feudalism and loss of liberty for the masses?

  4. Taken from Caroline's review:

    "Individuality without community connection and the disintegration of unstated but commonly understood traditional rules and obligations that neighbors and a community once believed they owed others threatens democracy, Lasch believes.
    When multiculturalsm is seen from a limited tourist-type approach of folk dances and exotic food, when crime and violence in ethnic neighborhoods replace social cohesiveness, when impersonal malls and fast food restaurants displace informal gathering spots where people once discussed ideas and experiences, and when intimidation and name-calling replace reasoned debate, the country is deeply troubled, he notes. Worse yet, no one seems to find these developments alarming, so enmeshed they are in their structured public work worlds and isolated private home worlds.
    Lasch pessimistically regrets the faltering of the foundation of a culture lost the very core of its democratic ideals: reasoned governance by an informed populace with a sense of community and ethics. He decries the usurpation of cultural norms instigated by elites, who rarely venture outside their smug circle of we-know-best-for-you compatriots and who refuse to acknowledge a need for individual responsibility and rather see the average, ordinary working person as a spigot for unending social spending and an unsophisticated inferior.
    "...Identity politics has come to serve as a substitute for religion--or at least for the feeling of self-righteousness that is so commonly confused with religion," he says, while meanwhile decrying the modern tendency to use religion as a way to achieve personal happiness instead of as a guide to rightful living.
    Lasch's clear and flowing writing style and his insights into the disorder and straying of modern society from its historical anchor make the book a timely and informative expose of many of the ills of modern society".


    P.s My writing would be inferior and less sophisticated than this but feel free to negate anything of import in these presentations...

    I presently have no heroes, I am fully behind, as I am still requiring a solid foundation from which to build upon.

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