Who do you Trust? Series: Russell Brand

Posted: October 27, 2013 in Who do you Trust?
The New World Order is a political ideology which aims to unite the world under a single tyrannical government.
..today, the truth movement aims to inform the masses of the malevolent New World Order agenda.

An ever-increasing number of people have un-plugged from this ‘pseudo-reality matrix’ and have awoken to the conspiracy which has enslaved mankind. People have lost faith in the mainstream media, there is an abundance of ‘alternative media’ outlets and truth movement ‘celebrities’ (the ‘pied-pipers’) for which the ‘awakened’ seek their information. This article is a part of the “Who do you Trust?” series.

“The Art of the Public Seduction of a Slumbering Soul” ~ I shall now begin my assigned Casting Campaign. I will become a leading voice in the mostly manufactured Truth Movement. I will use NeuroLingustic Programming and Staged Interviews to enchant the unsuspecting public. I will speak “Revolution”. But what I’ll mean will be …”New World Order”. ~ Jennifer Mason.

I do enjoy Russell Brand as a comedian. His general ‘occupy Wall Street’ inequality rhetoric is somewhat refreshing to hear. However, he will pose no threat to the establishment (and neither will anybody else) until he begins to talk of oligarchy and names those elite families of inter-generational Satanists with the aim of exposing their worldwide pedophile networks & ritualistic tendencies. Brand has recently started calling for a political and philosophical revolution and he states: “I don’t get my authority from this preexisting paradigm, which is quite narrow and only serves a few people”. As blogger Thomas Sheridan states, Brand’s recent interview on the BBC with Jeremy Paxman is a classic example of show-business being used as a social engineering tool. As stated on Red Ice Creation: “His new political agenda he says is a ‘socialist egalitarian system’ involving a “massive redistribution of wealth”, “heavy taxation of corporations”, and adds that we must address the problem of profits.” So many people have been wooed by the hypnotic quality of Brand’s “revolutionary proposal” yet many fail to see the problems with his political ideology: he is calling for socialism! What is socialism? Socialism means different things to different people – it certainly has some good qualities. But lets take a look at what it means to Karl Marx. Karl Marx is regarded as the father of modern communism and the Marxist theory states: “Socialism is merely a transitional state between the end of capitalism and the start of communism.” Socialism advocates either severe limitation or total ownership and regulation of propertyproductiondistribution and trade by the community or state. Communist nations generally require the removal or complete regulation of religion – the state replaces God. National Socialism blended with fascism was the political\economic ideology of Hitler and the Nazi’s. Typically monarchs and oligarchs favor systems such as socialism and communism or fascism and totalitarianism – the “isms”, where taxes are high and individual freedoms are limited or where individuals are entirely subject to the state!

Who is Russell Brand?

Russell Brand (born 1975) is an English comedian, actor, radio host, and author. According to Wikipedia: “He dresses in a flamboyant bohemian fashion… He has been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and bipolar disorder… Brand cites his practice of Transcendental Meditation as a significant factor in his recovery from drug addiction.” Of course, it is always a great testimony, to hear somebody beating a drug addiction and at present, I don’t believe Brand to be a shill or somebody who is deliberately trying to deceive the masses. However, both his political and spiritual outlook are tenets of the New World Order. His political stance is well summarized on Red Ice Creation: “Despite Brand’s refreshing candor and undeniable “charm,” his misunderstanding of the true nature of centralization of government power is unforgivable. It’s intellectually lazy and in truth, dangerous… Communism and socialism have been responsible for the death of possibly hundreds of millions of people in eastern Europe and Asia in the last century. The butchery of despotic socialist dictators such as Adolf Hitler, Mao Tse Tung, Che Guevera, Fidel Castro and Pol-Pot are historic testimonies as to the eventual endgame of the centralization of government power”


What does he Believe?

Brand believes in God. From what I gather, he believes in and an impersonal god (a force) an eternal universe. He is influenced by Hinduism and Eastern Mysticism (and seems to share the beliefs of David Icke) and clearly believes in the ‘New Age’. Brand states: “It’s difficult to believe in yourself because the idea of self is an artificial construction. You are, in fact, part of the glorious oneness of the universe.” Although the words “New Age” could cause one to assume that these beliefs are new, little is new in the New Age Movement. The words “New Age” are derived from the idea that the world is about to enter a utopian age of Aquarius. Douglas R. Groothuis, research associate with Probe Ministries (Seattle, Wash.), identifies six distinctives of New Age thinking:

  • All is One
  • All is God
  • Humanity is God
  • A change in consciousness
  • All religions are one
  • Cosmic evolutionary optimism

So why do I believe the New Age religion is dangerous? It promotes inter-faith, unity and compromise (compromise of absolute truth), it claims we must all embrace our “oneness” to reach a higher state of consciousness – and this is exactly what is required for a New World Order to be successful – a population who will unite and compromise on truth. The New Age is riddled with Freemasonic philosophy and pseudo-intellectual claims. As David Stewart rightfully states, mass-marketed false spiritualism, also known as the New Age movement is: “…an expansive idea cantered around the birth of a new world ‘consciousness.’ As a religion of monism (all is one), New Agers aim to accomplish what the builders of the Tower of Babel failed to do — unify the masses of the world under a single religious umbrella, and, at the macro level, harmonically converge the world’s energies with the power of Gaia. To promote such goals, New Agers claim that God is pantheistic (God is all and all is God) and that humans are divine members of the whole ‘that God is’.” The false spiritual movement is appealing for those who wish to find meaning in whatever suits their taste, rather than searching out truth. In my book, Quantum Prophecies: Babylon Resurrected, I state that: “Mystery Babylon is a universal religion… it is manifesting in a way like never before and as the modern-day globalists work towards a “common purpose”… we are witnessing the rise of eastern mysticism and the New Age – this is the resurrection of Babylon.” I believe there are three aspects to the resurrection of Babylon (a.k.a the New World Order):

  1. Temporal or physical – a literal rebuilding of the ancient city.
  2. Spiritual and religious – Mystery Babylon, in all its variety, is the universal religion of fallen man.
  3. Ideological or political – this is the building of one-world fascist government which has been centuries in the making (it is driven by the spiritual realm).

As previously mentioned, the New World Order is a political ideology which aims to unite the world under a single tyrannical government. However, it is actually more than a simple political ideology, it is spiritually driven. The pied-pipers of the truth movement such as David Icke, David Wilcock and now Russell Brand, along with documentaries such as Thrive and Zeitgeist, all promote the New Age religion. I don’t believe Brand is a “disinformation agent”  but I do believe he is serving a function. I do believe David Icke to be a disinformation agent and I also believe Thrive and Zeitgeist are used to deceive the masses. As Frank Garvey states: “The New Age focuses so much on a myth of individual and social transformation through “Unstoppable Love” and disapproves (so obliquely but fiercely) of any expression of anger and therefore actual rebellion. Obliquely, so as to prevent any feedback or critique.”

This article was composed by: Benjamin Nehemiah, author of Quantum PropheciesBabylon Resurrected 

    • kevin says:

      This article I find is trying to discredit a spiritual evolution. I agree with David Icke, David Wilcocks being agents of disinformation as I believe Brand is as well. I have seen evidence tying him to the Rothchilds and royal family. My personal opinion is that for the most part New Age ideals to be sound and what I think is currently taking place is the elite know the truths and are attempting to highjack this evolution. Kind of like a catch 22, everyone will inevitably be involved but the end decision will come to is love guiding you or is it fear.

  1. Mike says:

    This article is so negative and bias. It does not reflect the realities of modern slavery in the current system of Governance. It plays on the mystical model. Liking socialism to communism is absolute deceit and bringing back the stories of communism from the past to scare mongering people in believing that the current system is God and there will not be another day after the fall of the current political western system if absolute fabrication and wrong. The author must be an agent paid by the system to deplore change.

  2. JOHN says:

    Russel Brand is 1. an actor, with 2. a bipolar disorder in a hypomanic phase. 3. An ego maniac, and 4. an opportunist using his celebrity status (during a hypomanic phase) to ride the wave of protest that WE have been building.

    All the energy of the various Occupy movements will be drained and lead into the desert (by design) and the structural heart torn out. (Divide et Impera).

    Ride the wave with him, out of the muddy puddle, but do not follow the hypomanic Jesus Christ actor.


  3. genko says:

    he is great he got a crack of light in the world one man can not do it all but he spoke about the obvious that nobody in mainstream media dare to talk about and he comes across an his abnoctious way wich is the only reason some people can take it in, and you can feel the passion and seriousness bbehind the comedy. he is brilliant. do something to make the crack of light bigger instead of trying to close the door. lets all do our own job in enlightening the world instead of bullshitting about others, working with what we got ❤

  4. finn says:

    Brand’s interview with Paxman was brilliant because he represented the people. I had the pleasure of speaking with the producers of Thrive a few days ago. It was about building community power to get our natural rights to clean air, water, etc. I could go on and on but suffice it to say, you seem so pessimistic and slandering, I won’t waste my time with any more comments.

  5. Droid says:

    I find this bagging of Eastern Philosophy rather strange, even the term “mysticism” with which it is derisively labelled. Taking into consideration how new ideas in quantum physics are actually echoing these beliefs and offering explanations which western science has been floundering on for centuries, also consider that this is the oldest knowledge known to mankind and was incorporated into early christianity only to be violently stamped out by the church and organized religion.
    I think now would also be an advantageous time to look at what the church and organized religion has accomplished over the span of human history…..right!?!? See a pattern emerging?
    Another worthy distinction to make here is that “satanists” believe in the very opposite key principal that defines the majority of new age belief ie. God is One. God is everything. Satanists do not adhere to this and do not believe there is an inclusive energy binding all existence, they believe in the isolation of the psyche and the self and that the idea of a universal unity with god is an illusion. In saying this it must also be acknowledged that aspects of tantra are utilised by practitioners of mystery religions(including satanists) but as I stated above, this is ancient knowledge that was stamped out by the church, prior to this many of these practices were common place in most religions. Even prayer is a form of meditation.
    I have no particular side in this but find these topics extremely interesting. I do yoga and meditate but am not buddhist or hindu nor would I align myself with any new age spiritulist movement.

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