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The Mike Wallace Interview w/ Aldous Huxley

 
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The Mike Wallace Interview w/ Aldous Huxley
Aldous Huxley, social critic and author of Brave New World, talks to Wallace about threats to freedom in the United States, overpopulation, bureaucracy, propaganda, drugs, advertising, and television.


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This is interesting because nobody has these kinds of conversations in the media any more. Even the use of the word "propaganda" seems quaint. People today talk about nothing substantive. Nothing deep, no analysis of our country, or any kind of high level ideas. People today would find this show incredibly boring. Yet Huxley wrote some very prescient things (or were they) about eugenics and bioengineering that seem timely now. Is now the brave new world he wrote about? We're these things planned and blueprinted long ago?
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nice thanks opbump
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very scary isn't.
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Will watch. Thank ya OP.
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that is so strange to see people smoking cigarettes on a live TV interview
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This is interesting because nobody has these kinds of conversations in the media any more. Even the use of the word "propaganda" seems quaint. People today talk about nothing substantive. Nothing deep, no analysis of our country, or any kind of high level ideas. People today would find this show incredibly boring. Yet Huxley wrote some very prescient things (or were they) about eugenics and bioengineering that seem timely now. Is now the brave new world he wrote about? We're these things planned and blueprinted long ago?
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You're so right about how vapid our conversations are. We've become incapable of linear reasoning. Its all a kind of mosaic "logic" rooted in emotionalism. If I "feel" a certain thing is true, it must be true. I think we're regressing and Western civilization's rapidly heading toward the dark ages--all of which has been helped along by those that despise America and all she was.
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No question that we are there.
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This is interesting because nobody has these kinds of conversations in the media any more. Even the use of the word "propaganda" seems quaint. People today talk about nothing substantive. Nothing deep, no analysis of our country, or any kind of high level ideas. People today would find this show incredibly boring. Yet Huxley wrote some very prescient things (or were they) about eugenics and bioengineering that seem timely now. Is now the brave new world he wrote about? We're these things planned and blueprinted long ago?
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Yes indeed. We live in an idiocracy now.

I've seen this vid before but it can never be posted enough.

Thank you OP
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I'm sorry but is there a link for that vid?


thanks much
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Very interesting interview, deep discussion and smoking on television.

On the other hand, with regards to over population, it has been said then the planet needs 7 billion humans to be alive on this planet for the second coming, all souls on the planet at once, perhaps this explains the somewhat vacant astral plane. The "Powers" have been doing all that is within their "power" to depopulate; wars and diseases....they failed.

So, here we are with 7 billion plus peeps...

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This is interesting because nobody has these kinds of conversations in the media any more. Even the use of the word "propaganda" seems quaint. People today talk about nothing substantive. Nothing deep, no analysis of our country, or any kind of high level ideas. People today would find this show incredibly boring. Yet Huxley wrote some very prescient things (or were they) about eugenics and bioengineering that seem timely now. Is now the brave new world he wrote about? We're these things planned and blueprinted long ago?
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All very true. Notice the nature of the men back then as well. Full of dignity, character, energetic, anchored in the conversation, oozing masculinity.
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This is interesting because nobody has these kinds of conversations in the media any more. Even the use of the word "propaganda" seems quaint. People today talk about nothing substantive. Nothing deep, no analysis of our country, or any kind of high level ideas. People today would find this show incredibly boring. Yet Huxley wrote some very prescient things (or were they) about eugenics and bioengineering that seem timely now. Is now the brave new world he wrote about? We're these things planned and blueprinted long ago?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 42875131


You're so right about how vapid our conversations are. We've become incapable of linear reasoning. Its all a kind of mosaic "logic" rooted in emotionalism. If I "feel" a certain thing is true, it must be true. I think we're regressing and Western civilization's rapidly heading toward the dark ages--all of which has been helped along by those that despise America and all she was.
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Well said.
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No question that we are there.
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This is interesting because nobody has these kinds of conversations in the media any more. Even the use of the word "propaganda" seems quaint. People today talk about nothing substantive. Nothing deep, no analysis of our country, or any kind of high level ideas. People today would find this show incredibly boring. Yet Huxley wrote some very prescient things (or were they) about eugenics and bioengineering that seem timely now. Is now the brave new world he wrote about? We're these things planned and blueprinted long ago?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 42875131


All very true. Notice the nature of the men back then as well. Full of dignity, character, energetic, anchored in the conversation, oozing masculinity.
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We're there and way beyond Huxley's wildest dreams.

Soma. "All of the benefits of Christianity and alcohol without their defects."

The religion of science and medicine comes to mind.

Pharmaceuticals....

"Fluoride added for strong, healthy teeth."

I saw this advertisement on jugs of water made for babies while combing the grocery isles for un-fluoridated water.

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No question that we are there.
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This is interesting because nobody has these kinds of conversations in the media any more. Even the use of the word "propaganda" seems quaint. People today talk about nothing substantive. Nothing deep, no analysis of our country, or any kind of high level ideas. People today would find this show incredibly boring. Yet Huxley wrote some very prescient things (or were they) about eugenics and bioengineering that seem timely now. Is now the brave new world he wrote about? We're these things planned and blueprinted long ago?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 42875131


All very true. Notice the nature of the men back then as well. Full of dignity, character, energetic, anchored in the conversation, oozing masculinity.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 35430172


We're there and way beyond Huxley's wildest dreams.

Soma. "All of the benefits of Christianity and alcohol without their defects."

The religion of science and medicine comes to mind.

Pharmaceuticals....

"Fluoride added for strong, healthy teeth."

I saw this advertisement on jugs of water made for babies while combing the grocery isles for un-fluoridated water.

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I went to buy salt at the supermarket the other day here in Colombia and I couldn't find any without fluoride added. Now they're putting the shit IN THE FUCKING SALT. At least the last time I was in Uruguay they were selling fluoridated and non-fluoridated salt, so you could choose whether to condition your brain for further brainwashing or not.

I dare say that if Huxley and Orwell were alive today, they would be stunned by the efficacy of those in control on this planet. Even in their wildest, Fabian-society fueled nightmares, they could scarcely have imagined what this gulag of a planet has become.
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this guy was a prophet.bumpbump
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this guy was a prophet.bumpbump
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I disagree. Research the Fabian Society. Both Huxley and Orwell were members. I don't believe for a second that either man was that prescient; they had inside information regarding the direction in which the elite planned to take the planet, and wrote about it.
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I'm sorry but is there a link for that vid?


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Aldous Huxley, social critic and author of Brave New World, talks to Wallace about threats to freedom in the United States, overpopulation, bureaucracy, propaganda, drugs, advertising, and television.


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Wow! I had never seen Alas Huxley before. He could see the trends toward totalitarianism that have manifested today, with probably worse to come. Brilliant man, but I bet it sucked to be him. Anyway, the interview was great. And, yeah, the men sounded like what used to be termed "grown-ups." Now, I'm not sure what they are. What we all are.

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Bookmark for later. Thanks :)
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It really is remarkable to see intelligent discourse on television. I'm watching the Mike Wallace interview of Ayn Rand right now. Thanks for sending me in this direction, OP.
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Very interesting interview, deep discussion and smoking on television.

On the other hand, with regards to over population, it has been said then the planet needs 7 billion humans to be alive on this planet for the second coming, all souls on the planet at once, perhaps this explains the somewhat vacant astral plane. The "Powers" have been doing all that is within their "power" to depopulate; wars and diseases....they failed.

So, here we are with 7 billion plus peeps...

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I think You're right .....it's typed in the bible

2 million Israelites came out of eygpt and only 2 of that original group crossed out of the desert into the promise land .....Joshua and Caleb ...the rest died in the desert....so that's one in a million

the Bible also says that many are called but few are chosen

also the prophet Elijah said to God that he believed that he was the only person faithful to him and God told him that there were 7000 isrealites that hadn't bowed before Baal ....

understanding that the Christian church is spiritual Israel (children of Abraham ) ...if you take 7 billion people and use the one in a million you get 7000

I personally believe that when the bible talks about the "very elect" or the bride of Christ that's to be raptured ...we are looking at a very small group ...one in a million ...7000

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this guy was a prophet.bumpbump
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I disagree. Research the Fabian Society. Both Huxley and Orwell were members. I don't believe for a second that either man was that prescient; they had inside information regarding the direction in which the elite planned to take the planet, and wrote about it.
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The "elite"... are DEFINITELY demon possessed.
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Lol, two totally contrast people
Mike wallace behaves as if he is on speed, wants to get on with it and pushes the guy to step up a gear.lol
On the other hand the other guy seems to have just smoked a joint. He is relaxed, calm and takes his time.

I had to laugh to myself as I had a vision of wallace grabbing the guy, few slaps and shouting, spit it out man,
Just like bugs bunny and ellma
Rofl
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Notice how the guy does not look at wallace directly. Every now and then there is eye contact that lasts less than half a second.
Perhaps he is aware of wallaces tptb background and does not wish wallace to control him or look in to his soul.
Or else he is slightly autistic
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Huxley died in 1963
Pity he did not live another 10 years or so to see almost all of his prophecies coming true.

Have you ever noticed that true prophets are never mentioned or taled about? Such as huxley?
Yes, internet is full of two bid prophets that have nothing substantial to say.
Just the way tptb like it to be
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Time has proved Huxley correct.
We now live in 1984 moving at light speed to his Brave New World.
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*tag to view later*
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this guy was a prophet.bumpbump
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I disagree. Research the Fabian Society. Both Huxley and Orwell were members. I don't believe for a second that either man was that prescient; they had inside information regarding the direction in which the elite planned to take the planet, and wrote about it.
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The "elite"... are DEFINITELY demon possessed.
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No they are not. The proletariat embrace BS like religion and "demons" because they don't have money or power to make their lives happy. Anyone powerful, influential or very rich becomes vilified.

This is not the true essence of Christianity... lol..demons... infantile

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to learn more about huxley, and how he was involved with dulles, hoffman and LSD read on:

(dont flame me for the domain name in the link but the content is good)

[link to www.biblebelievers.org.au]

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