How do we know they exist?
You know … the globalists, also known as: the New World Order, the shadow government, the deep state, etc.
How do we know there is one cabal with the ability to perpetrate and cover up conspiracies such as 9/11?
Certainly they couldn’t be omnipotent or else they would wouldn’t have to hide in the shadows …
Are the building blocks there? Well … we know that people having no conscience exist, and we know that people who value power above all else exist. We know that hate, greed, intelligence, hierarchy, and secrecy exist. Threats, bribes, blackmail and extortion exist. Deceit, bias, and superstition exist. Spies, surveillance, informants, infiltrators, and agent provocateurs exist. Propaganda, false flags, and cover ups exist. Patience and delayed gratification exist. Secret societies and conspiracies exist … so … all of the basic building blocks are there, but what about more concrete mechanisms that we know exist?
Intelligence agencies and national security exist. Torture, redaction, and secret courts (FISA) exist. The power of the President to assassinate or indefinitely detain a citizen (NDAA) exists. The ability to secretly create trillions of dollars out of thin air (Federal Reserve, money as electronic bits, and fractional reserve banking) exists. Constitutional violations exist. Propaganda budgets exist. People above the law exist, like Hillary Clinton, and we just saw how the entire media and crony corporations (the Internet gatekeepers) conspired to elect Hillary.
It is not necessary that their plans always succeed in order for their agenda to advance. It is only necessary that not too many people see the conspiracy. For example, if they needed a terrorist incident to manipulate the public into supporting more of a police state (e.g. The Patriot Act), then they could fail repeatedly until they succeeded – as long as not too many people knew the truth about any of those efforts. (The truth denies what deception provides.)
It is not necessary that they successfully hide all of a conspiracy in order for their agenda to advance. It is only necessary that not too many see how high the conspiracy really goes. For example, in the case of the 2016 election, too many people now know that much of the media and crony corporations (the Internet gatekeepers) conspired to elect Hillary, but what if Trump were also working for them? In that case, their agenda would still move forward.
Nevertheless, for a single cabal to exist at the top for decades or even centuries, we know it would need another level of motivation, power, and tools beyond what we have discussed thus far in order to carry out a plan and keep it secret. For example, there might be as much as one hundred layers of hierarchy from the top down to the cop on the street, and thus they certainly couldn’t pass orders down through a chain of command that deep because that would leave too much evidence and there would be too many whistleblowers to keep it secret.
One of the simplest but most effective tools used by the cabal to maintain secrecy is compartmentalization, which is where an agent performing a task is only given the minimum information and motivation needed to carry out a specific task. It is not necessary that each player in a conspiracy know the whole plan or even that he is part of a conspiracy. Such an agent doesn’t know the motives or identities of those at the top, and doesn’t even have any way to verify where the top originates.
An agent could be working for a foreign entity … or even extraterrestrials … he doesn’t really know. He only knows that he trusts the guy directly above him, beside him, and under him. All the rest is a narrative he has been sold. If he has a conscience, then the narrative convinces him he is working for the good guys. If he has no conscience, then he doesn’t need a narrative, he is just doing it for the reward and because he likes doing the task itself. (Both types have value. One is willing to do things prohibited by a normal conscience, and the other is more motivated and may even be willing to die for his cause.)
Now consider that, just like in any secret society, a different narrative can be given to members at each level. For example, one can easily imagine a narrative that would persuade certain members of the CIA to perpetrate 9/11. After all, only 3000 people died, the important people were warned ahead of time, the buildings were going to be demolished anyway, and without 9/11, we couldn’t have enacted laws like the Patriot Act, which we needed to protect us from terrorists who might use a nuke and kill three million instead of three thousand. An agent who perpetrated 9/11 thus helped to save millions of lives. He is a hero … at least … that is the narrative he has bought, and of course, if he has no conscience then he doesn’t need a narrative. Those below this level might not be told that the most important people were warned ahead of time; whereas, those above this level might be told that the Patriot Act is a necessary step to achieving global government.
Now suppose an agent started to doubt that he is working for the good guys. He would not go from true believer to whistleblower all at once. He would give off signs that warn his handlers, and thus before he betrayed them, they would neutralize him. Consider that pretty much the entire business of the CIA can be described as ways to detect who needs to be neutralized, and then to neutralize them – and keep it secret.
To be continued …