The Social Darwinism Fraud

Zebras often present their hind ends to us...It is important to understand the historical transition of the methodology employed by the global elite in their never-ending quest to control the people and resources of planet earth.  Paramount is a shift from open confrontation with and violent suppression of liberation movements, to more subtle forms of psychological warfare waged via control and distortion of information via mass media.

This battle for our minds takes many forms, but begins by inserting key philosophical premises into the public consensus.  One of the most insidious of these is social Darwinism, which preaches “survival of the fittest” and reinforces the dominance paradigm.  This fraudulent worldview, reinforced by corporate-funded “scientific” research, needs to be deconstructed and discredited if we are to progress as a species.

Charles Darwin’s expedition was funded by European nobility.  He was himself a Freemason.  Despite this elite pedigree, Darwin’s research led him to one very important conclusion, and it was not the “survival of the fittest” mantra which the global elite have since employed to justify everything from colonialism and slavery to private central banking and monopoly capitalism.  Rather, Darwin’s central thesis was that the survival of a species was dependent on a high degree of cooperation within that species.

I grew up on a 2,000 acre ranch and have lived in the country almost my entire life. I have hunted, trapped, fished, raised livestock and had pets.  I have hiked countless miles of back country Montana trails where I’ve encountered grizzly bears, mountain goats, moose and wolverine.

My wife and I recently went on a safari in South Africa’s Kruger National Park. Through all of these experiences I have never seen two wild animals locked in mortal combat.  What I have seen is cooperation at many levels, not only within species, but between species.

Take a walk in the woods and you will hear songbirds warning the fox that you are headed her way.  Observe a herd of deer and you will see the fit, healthy individuals watching out and waiting for the young, injured or sick members. Visit Kruger and you will see warthogs sticking close to the zebras.  The zebras can see above the bushveld and watch for lions, while the smaller warthogs, with their razor-sharp tusks, can give a lion problems for long enough to allow a zebra to escape an ambush.

I had two dogs for nearly fifteen years.  Buck, the larger dog, deferred to Milo, the smaller but older dog, his entire life.  They never once had a physical confrontation.  Though Buck was easily the stronger of the two, he saw no need to be the “big dog”.  Buck knew that cooperation was a much easier path. In turn Milo never abused his respected position of “elder”.

Of course confrontation occurs in the animal community, mostly during the rut and when food is scarce.  Boys will be boys.  And all living beings must eat.  But why does the Establishment media focus so much on these rare incidents and so little on the much more prevalent cooperation within the natural community? Because doing so would shatter the myth that monopoly capitalism is a natural economic system.

The global elite have utilized this same phony version of neo-Darwinism in their portrayal of indigenous people. We are told, usually when justifying some oil war for Exxon Mobil and Citibank, that “Indians were constantly at war (blah, blah, blah)…too” Yet any cultural anthropologist worth their salt will tell you that Native Americans rarely waged inter-tribal war during the 100,000+ years before European contact.

Pre-contact tribes didn’t have one “alpha” chief. They had tribal councils, consisting of elderly men and women whose life experiences were valued. Young, physically strong hunters were always expected to show deference to these elders. Among the Lakota, the hunter who made the kill always ate last, reinforcing the virtue of humility and discouraging arrogance. Might was not right in tribal society.

The European nobility saw this socialist tribal model as a threat to their growing industrial capitalist empire. So their hired guns- led by Albert Pike, founder of both Scottish-Rite Freemasonry and the Ku Klux Klan- launched the Indian Wars. These mercenaries taught Indians to collect scalps, paying them a bounty before sending the scalps back to the Euro-inbreds, who did god knows what with them.

Pike’s troops then hand-picked tribal chiefs, always of low character and easily bought. These “chiefs” replaced the traditional tribal councils, signed treaties giving away tribal land, and were bribed into attacking other tribes to create the disunity necessary for the global elite to destroy the Native American socialist model.

Neo-Darwinism is a diabolical, fear-laden way of thinking about the world. It is a reality at odds with nature. The dominance paradigm it justifies is a Western industrial human construct, conjured up as a rationale for past, present and future subjugation of the planet and its people by the Illuminati bloodline elite.

One last thought: If control over the global economy really is as simple as “survival of the fittest” and “alpha male dominance”, shouldn’t Evander Holyfield own Bank of America, while Goldman Sachs’ scrawny CEO Lloyd Blankfein rents a cockroach-infested shack in Harlem?

Dean Henderson is the author of five books: Big Oil & Their Bankers in the Persian Gulf: Four Horsemen, Eight Families & Their Global Intelligence, Narcotics & Terror Network, The Grateful Unrich: Revolution in 50 Countries,Das Kartell der Federal Reserve, Stickin’ it to the Matrix & The Federal Reserve Cartel.  You can subscribe free to his weekly Left Hook column @www.hendersonlefthook.wordpress.com

16 responses to “The Social Darwinism Fraud

  1. Social Darwinism = GMO.

  2. penniewoodfall

    Good one…..though I am still concerned about the bloodline elite.

  3. RE–“SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST.” TO ME THAT MEANS; FITTEST PHYSICALLY, MENTALLY AND MORALLY. AMEN.

  4. Dean,

    Beautifully put…

    Enjoyed your article but now I’m feeling down; knowing that the whole world is full of conjurers; all of which know no earthly bounds but are forever wasting the rest of us with their illogical constructs.

    When is that tyranny going end?

    V.

  5. The Odd Duck

    As far as know the native American never fought a war over religion and there view on the grate circle of life is far better that the sin and salvation. I carry a worry stone with me and have a dream catcher in my bedroom. I find I am more at ease with them.

  6. Peter Plichta

    How absolutely spot on you are! This con, Social Darwinism, is at the very heart of our problems. Co-operation is the key to survival. For me this became abundantly clear only in the last few years, I’m approaching sixty, the bullshit is not easy to cut through.

    My early experiences were singing in choirs and working in kitchens. Both were places of co-operation. Today we have ‘The Voice’ and ‘Master Chef’ as our corrupted models, where there are only winners and losers.

  7. well said, survival of the fitest has been re-interpreted to mean survival of the strongest, most selfish, meanest and most brutal.

    But of course the truth is in the very phrase itself. what survives is what suits the environment it finds itself in, what ‘fits’ the environment, what can co-operate with the environment to fit into it.

    Of course, violence and selfishness can be a vital necessity in times of stress, we cojuld not have survived without these traits as well.

    But as a strategy, as a way of life … well it’s not. It’s more a way of death.

  8. Hey Dean,

    I agree with you, up to a point. Some tribes were very violent. And the Lakota had “war Chiefs” and these were probably the ones Pike and other Europeans focused on. The whites just exploited the selfish and evil nature of some men. My wife’s great, great, great, great Grandfather, Bull Bear, was assassinated by Red Shirt and Red Cloud over jealousy (another leader of another band of Lakota, though Bull Bear was half Cheyenne).

    The people loved Bull Bear, though he ruled with an iron fist. Go to Pine Ridge today and watch and listen. The divisions caused by those white men are still there today. People spend a lot of their time talking bad about so and so because of things that happened over 150 years ago.

  9. My reality is shaped by my perception. Media is a tool used to shape perception. So is experience. I am at a point in life where my experiences hold more sway. I am understanding how my early perceptions were shaped and then reinforced by media. Cognitive dissonance is what psychologists refer to as falling back on basic beliefs when confronted by evidence to the contrary. “Go where you were safe says the brain.” How crazy, but true, is that.
    Bucky Fuller once said that he “wasn’t designed for failure”, meaning that the human animal was designed for success, not failure. He also said “that when you don’t agree with a particular model, invent a new one.” That is where I’m at.
    We can accomplish much more cooperatively, which is what the elite have figured out.
    By the way Dean, have you ever tried to raise two or more roosters together? Mortal combat is their goal. I’m thinking that the elites have convinced too many young people that they are roosters.

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  11. Excellent. I too have spent much time in forests and nature, and have noted how peaceful it tends to be, much moreso than man’s world. Part of this is due to efficient resource distribution in nature. There is no central controlling authority, and this is what makes it work. Each being has and manages its own direct access to nature’s resources, adapting through mobility and other changes of self, rather than trying to control the whole environment.

    Some analysis of what’s wrong with our culture is of value, but at some point you have to just realize it’s insane. Trying to find the meaning and purpose of insanity is fruitless. Eventually we need to let it go and return to our nature. Most of what we call human life is a bad dream, an episode of collective insanity.

    In real survival of the fittest, ‘fit’ means able to get the job done. To be fit means to do what works. Cooperation is what works – that’s the ‘fittest’. Most of the control mechanisms used to exploit people revolve around dividing them and keeping them wasting their energy in conflict. This doesn’t work for those being controlled, it’s not ‘fit’, and it won’t survive.

    Fit also means being aware, honest, and responsible. These are survival traits. Denial, deception, and careless abandon are not.

  12. Winston Smith

    “The beginning of a revolution is in reality the end of a belief.”

    Gustave le Bon

  13. You are correct sir! But I think the social Darwinism is a ploy to hide the real misguided belief of many of the elite, of which the Apostle Paul corrects in the book of Romans.
    Romans 4:13 KJVS
    [13] For the promise, that he should be the heir of the world, was not to Abraham, or to his seed, through the law, but through the righteousness of faith.

  14. Survival of the fittest means many things. I disagree with everything you say. All I see is a constant struggle with cooperation between some to take from others.

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