Death of Life
Hide the eyes of the chillen--this ain't fare for the faint-of-heart.
Aunty asked a colleague to have a looky at some recent blog posts, an' mebbe respond to the question: What trend can be discerned?
Forthwith, this is what Aunty received:
Aunty, I looked at your friend's blog and some of your own Back Porch posts. The topic is too complicated to examine in any depth but I've sent you this quick sketch. It's a brief outline of how the Swinton layout mirrors the philosophy of Agenda 21. You can add more, of course, if you're inclined.
* * * * * * * * *
A recent spread in W, the high fashion magazine, featured popular actress Tilda Swinton in a succession of gender blurred layouts. You can read more about "The Culture of Death Has it's Muse" at the "sparring" blog of a gifted illustrator and Atlanta artist. SparringK9 links the "anti-human" Swinton layout to Agenda 21.
Aunty's blog addressed elements of Agenda 21, the United Nations population control prescriptive for the world of the 21st century.
Is there a discernible thread between the two?
The W Magazine cover glorifies fashionable androgyny against the backdrop of sterile, denuded outposts: You have reached the very edge of habitation. The barrenness of the setting reinforces
the symbol of a de-gendered, sterile humanoid model. The message is not fashion's future but ritualized costuming that forecasts the chosen demise of humanity. Death as desire, the ecstasy of extinction, these are signified by the prosthetic leg, choker wear and various hand signals of aberrant proclivities.
A nihilistic background frames the identity void of the model whose expressionless face is seen, but shielded. It's not personal style but styled EverywoMan.
1972: The United Nations instituted UNEP, the UN's Environmental Program. Ten years earlier quiet proponents of population control and eugenics programs had begun to outline a public rationale for control of world population. During the 1960s The Rockefeller Foundation
( an investor in The Pill) pushed the states to abandon prohibitions against contraceptives. They won Griswold vs. Connecticut in 1965. Earlier still, in 1952 Rockefellers formed the Population Council along with several other wealthy "conservationists." Concern for the environment lent a certain sacrificial gloss, a moralistic tone to pleas for "planned population growth." In 1968 David Rockefeller helped form the think tank, The Club of Rome (CoR). among its members are U.N. chiefs. It is an organization known for this comment:
"The real enemy then, is humanity itself."
For the elitist conservationists, the earth's "carrying capacity" would soon be exceeded unless nations took immediate measures to curb their populations. Under Lyndon Johnson, US foreign aid programs insisted on population control programs in recipient nations, including Food for Freedom programs. In 1968, Paul Ehrlich published The Population Bomb and the culture was persuaded that unless pro-creative sex was curbed, the planet would soon be overrun with crime and human waste.
Various social policy foundations funded by "conservationists" issued grants and served as investors or sponsors of numerous art and cultural events that carried an underlying message of free sex, guiltless sex, aberrant sex, any sex as long as it is sterile sex: Oh Calcutta, Hair, Rocky Horror Picture Show. In 1973 abortion was legalized.
Wealthy think tanks and quiet planners agreed that stopping people from having sex was not possible, but, if sex could be directed toward practices that were sterile, population growth could be curbed. The sexual revolution was an orchestrated movement. Movements move a society: The culture is pried loose from one set of cultural standards to a new cultural norm. It is not difficult to manipulate the masses by manipulating their passions. Bread and circuses.
The early 80s brought a wide range of taboo breaking, transvestite, gender bending, homosexual themed movies, rock bands and fashion. (Tootsie, Victor Victoria, La Cage Aux Folles, Boy George, Alice Cooper, David Bowie, Michael Jackson, unisex clothing, de-feminized Twiggy models, KISS). By the 1990s there were TV series that included various forms of gender confusion or promoted homosexuality and casual "linking up." While some observe that the entire point of the sexual revolution was to free people from the traditional gender roles and sexual taboos, others make an equally cogent case that the underlying motivation was to control population. Where aberrant sex and confused gender roles are promoted, the procreative family model declines, and so does population.
Professors of "gender studies" praised the torn social fabric of the 20th century as a necessary disruption caused by successful dethroning of traditional religious values. Little heed was given, however, to the disruption of the course of nature. In their haste to unhorse traditional models of human relationships, the gender benders assumed that those models were "patriarchal, artificial and oppressive." It seemed inconsequential to them that traditional models reflected nature's biological recipe for species survival.
There are volumes of examples from pop culture to support that thesis. A glance at the 100+ gushing comments after publication of the Swinton photos indicates how effectively pop culture has been bent. A typical response to the "anti-human" layout? "OMG! A sexy androgynous alien."
By definition there is nothing of sex in androgyny. And that conceptualization (pardon the pun) is certainly alien. Classically, androgyny reflects a fear of sex. Androgyny denies the biological purpose behind sexual desire. It is an attempt to re-create personhood without the responsibility to gender and gender's function. In a quirky aside, take note that those who worship nature and demand public policy that protects snail darter habitats to the detriment of human needs, these nature lovers are vociferous defenders of androgyny that is itself an abuse of nature.
Modern population control policy stems from the U.N.'s Agenda 21. It is a charge that has been substantiated in numerous documents. Begin with this statement by Maurice Strong, the U. N. Secretary General for Agenda 21 at the 1992 Rio summit:
“Isn’t the only hope for this planet that the industrialized civilization collapse? Isn’t it our responsibility to bring that about?”
(Irony? Billionaire Maurice Strong owns a thousand acre ranch in Colorado where the planned collapse will not affect him)
Once you assimilate Agenda 21's "responsibility" and its major theme that the "only hope" is "industrialized civilization collapse" the balance of the information below is definitively anchored.
The tenets of Agenda 21 include sustainable populations and sustainable medicine and sustainable communities.( Congratulations to Carroll County Maryland who withdrew from Agenda 21's community programs in February 2011) Agenda 21 calls for the restructuring of the family, government control of all housing units, and global control of textbooks to insure education for sustainability, including "voluntary" sterilizations at World Health Organization "free" clinics set up all over South America, Asia and Africa.
The World Bank loans money to nations for infrastructure projects with the proviso that, over the life of the loan, that national population is controlled. Increasingly there are phrases that offer approaches to euthanasia, always promoted as "merciful" or "choice." In the UK a proposal to allow children as young as 12 to "choose" assisted suicide, even when not suffering from a serious malady,was narrowly defeated.
Despite weeping celebrity pleas for understanding the plight of AIDS victims, there is less than a fig leaf covering the reality that AIDS patients continue to have sex, unprotected sex. But, the cynical note, AIDS kills, and the population is reduced. There is no serious attempt to stop AIDS carriers from infecting others. The rate of AIDS in Africa is tragic. The U.N. shipped 1,000,000 free condoms to Uganda. Uganda returned the shipment because, when examined, the condoms were found to be perforated. Accident? Malicious design? Had Ugandans relied on the condoms, many more would have become AIDS victims. Interestingly, condoms cannot prevent AIDS, only pregnancies. The AIDS virus is many times smaller than sperm, and escape the microscopic perforations.
In numerous initiatives the implementation of Agenda 21 calls for the promotion of voluntary human depopulation, even to the point of glorifying death as a right.
Much of this information is difficult to swallow for those who are introduced to it for the first time. However, the patterns are not hard to discern once the basic premise is understood. The movement (there is that word again) of sustainability, as defined by elitists, views humans as the problem, ergo, fewer humans equal a better world. Minus population control, the world faces a barren, resource-raped uninhabitable landscape where you gird yourself against any other human competitor for your food, water and warmth. In short, the landscape against which Swinton was photographed.