REPORT FROM IRON MOUNTAIN:
ON THE POSSIBILITY AND DESIRABILITY
This report or think tank document from th 60's under the Kennedy, Johnson administrations is a deep look into the soul of the New World Odor.
This is real just about everything in this report has already come to pass. It like all truth has been demonized as a hoax conspiracy theory etc for decades but now we can see it was true all along.
They are worried about how to control us if in atime of peace for war is how they munipulate us.
It discusses some very scary issues such as
The war system not only has been essential to the existence of nations as
independent political entities, but has been equally indispensable to their stable
internal political structure. Without it, no government has ever been able to
obtain acquiescence in its "legitimacy," or right to rule its society.
The basic authority of a modern state over its people resides in its war powers.
Sporadic efforts have been made to promote general recognition of broad
national values free of military connotation, but they have been ineffective.
This much is obvious;
the critical point is that the enemy that defines the cause must seem genuinely
formidable. Roughly speaking, the presumed power of the "enemy" sufficient to
warrant an individual sense of allegiance to a society must be proportionate to
the size and complexity of the society. Today, of course, that power must be one
of unprecedented magnitude and frightfulness.
It does not follow that a transition to total peace in modern societies would
require the use of this model, even in less "barbaric" guise. But the historical
analogy serves as a reminder that a viable substitute for war as a social system
cannot be a mere symbolic charade. It must involve risk of real personal
destruction, and on a scale consistent with the size and complexity of modern
social systems. Credibility is the key. Whether the substitute is ritual in nature
or functionally substantive, unless it provides a believable life- and-death threat
it will not serve the socially organizing function of war.
Art that cannot
be classified as war-oriented is usually described as "sterile,"
War is their God and we are their Angles!
War as a general social release. This is a psychosocial function, serving the
same purpose for a society as do the holiday, the celebration, and the orgy for
the individual---the release and redistribution of undifferentiated tensions. War
provides for the periodic necessary readjustment of standards of social behavior
(the "moral climate") and for the dissipation of general boredom, one of the
most consistently undervalued and unrecognized of social phenomena.
War as a generational stabilizer. This psychological function, served by other
behavior patterns in other animals, enables the physically deteriorating older
generation to maintain its control of the younger, destroying it if necessary.
War as an ideological clarifier. The dualism that characterized the traditional
dialectic of all branches of philosophy and of stable political relationships stems
from war as the prototype of conflict. Except for secondary considerations,
there cannot be, to put it as simply as possible, more than two sides to a
question because there cannot be more than two sides to a war.
War as the basis for the international understanding. Before the development
of modern communications, the strategic requirements of war provided the only
substantial incentive for the enrichment of one national culture with the
achievements of another. Although this is still the case in many international
relationships, the function is obsolescent.
SUBSTITUTES FOR THE FUNCTIONS OF WAR
Economic surrogates for war must meet two principal criteria. They must be
"wasteful," in the common sense of the word, and they must operate outside the
normal supply-demand system.
It may be, for instance, that gross pollution of the
environment can eventually replace the possibility of mass destruction by
nuclear weapons as the principal apparent threat to the survival of the species.
Experiments have been proposed to test
the credibility of an out-of-our-world invasion threat
The socially disaffected, the
economically unprepared, the psychologically unconformable, the hard-core
"delinquents," the incorrigible "subversives," and the rest of the unemployable
are seen as somehow transformed by the disciplines of a service modeled on
military precedent into more or less dedicated social service workers.
It is entirely possible that the
development of a sophisticated form of slavery may be an absolute prerequisite
for social control in a world at peace.
The principal difference is
that for purposes of motivating basic allegiance, as distinct from accepting
political authority, the "alternate enemy" must imply a more immediate,
tangible, and directly felt threat of destruction.
There is no question but that a universal requirement that procreation be limited
to the products of artificial insemination would provide a fully adequate
substitute control for population levels.
The real question here, therefore, does not concern the viability of this war
substitute, but the political problems involved in bringing it about. It cannot be
established while the war system is still in effect. The reason for this is simple:
excess population is tar material.
Since the eugenic solution cannot be achieved until the transition to the peace
system takes place, why not wait?
The Report which follows summarizes the results of a two-and-a-half-year
study of the broad problems to be anticipated in the event of general transformation
of American society to a condition lacking its most critical current
characteristics: its capability and readiness to make war when doing so is
judged necessary or desirable by its political leadership.
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