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Unemployment a goal of the Illuminati's Club of Rome
By Dr. John Coleman.

Full list of goals of Illuminati see TARGETS OF THE ILLUMINATI AND THE COMMITTEE OF 300.

The satanically inspired illuminati, who have no regard for humanity's health and wellbeing, but rather thrive on destruction, chaos, lies and depravity. They include mass unemployment as one of their many goals for world domination.  

To weaken the moral fiber of the nation and to demoralize workers in the labor class by creating mass unemployment. As jobs dwindle due to the post industrial zero growth policies introduced by the Club of Rome, the report envisages demoralized and discouraged workers resorting to alcohol and drugs. The youth of the land will be encouraged by means of rock music and drugs to rebel against the status quo, thus undermining and eventually destroying the family unit. In this regard, the Committee commissioned Tavistock Institute to prepare a blueprint as to how this could be achieved. Tavistock directed Stanford Research to undertake the work under the direction of Professor Willis Harmon. This work later became known as the "Aquarian Conspiracy".


'Blaming the Victims'
The Illuminati strategy to demoralise the workers


Australian workers sick of 'dole bludgers'
February 24, 2004
The Jobs Guide insert in local paper

AUSTRALIAN workers say they are losing patience with dole bludgers according to a survey carried out by Australia's newest recruitment firm, Talent2. 

[ The term 'dole bludger' is a typical emotive tag, used to demoralise the unemployed and make them more susceptible to being controlled by a one world government which claims to have all the solutions for mankind's problems. In reality the Illuminati are the ones responsible for lack of jobs, lack of properly trained workers, reduced productivity, lack of quality and variety of goods, loss of pride in work, and lack of scientific innovation through repression of technologies.

Why should a person go to school all their childhood (putting in X amount of homework on top of a day's work at school) and then perhaps to tertiary education and not be trained to be a productive member of society.? Or if they are trained to be productive and get good money, it is in soul destroying occupations that don't help society? ]

The survey of more than 1100 employees shows that a massive 70.2 per cent believe that the dole is paid out to undeserving individuals who are able to work but prefer to live off the government. 

[ No, this is what the Illuminati do - live off the workers. ]

More than 86 per cent of respondents said the Government should reassess its policies in order to ensure that dole payments are only paid to deserving individuals.

[ Every unemployed person deserves the basic necessities of life i.e., adequate food, clothing, shelter, medical needs and education.] 

Mr John Rawlinson, CEO of Talent 2 says CEOs in particular are exhibiting a less than tolerant attitude to dole bludgers with 85.7 per cent saying the dole is paid out to undeserving individuals and 90.4 per cent believing that the Government ought to be more pro-active in this regard.

[ The first impulse is to agree - nobody likes people who bludge ... but hang on a minute. Who are these CEOs to run down the unemployed? CEOs who take maximum profits from companies even if the companies go bankrupt? 

What are the unemployed supposed to live on if not the dole? What about "breaching" of the unemployed for non-performance? This happened in 2003 when unemployed people missed interviews with Centrelink and were docked quite heavily when they were already living below the poverty line (e.g., 20% of their income for 20 weeks).  

I don't think the denial of citizen's basic rights is acceptable (the right to food, clothing and shelter. ]

"There seems to be a growing number of "job snobs" who refuse positions because the working hours, the pay rates, the conditions or the industry does not suit them.

[ This is outright propaganda to serve the purpose of the illuminati i.e., blame the victims. What about people refusing jobs if they are soul destroying i.e., selling things to people who can't afford them, selling useless or dangerous products. 

Maybe if the education system fitted people more for available jobs, there would be a better "fit". Work shouldn't be all about making money. It should be pride in a job well done and creating a beautiful or useful product. In a healthy society money would be a secondary consideration and there would be enough money to go around. ]

"The Federal Government has implemented many schemes to combat dole bludging and separate the needy from the greedy. However, the sight of perfectly healthy young people occupying beach space this summer has hotted up the debate.

[ I wouldn't describe anybody on the dole as greedy, but would rather reserve this description for people who get paid big money for doing jobs that have no real benefit to society. 

Besides, maybe these perfectly healthy people are on recreation leave. 

We are all feeling the squeeze these days, despite a supposedly advanced state of civilisation where people have more leisure and better quality of life. However, the goal of the Illuminati is to keep society repressed and subject to economic slavery anyway they can. ]

"The Australian Bureau of Statistics reports that insufficient work experience was the most commonly reported main difficulty in finding work by young people. The bureau also states that 13 per cent of people report their main difficulty in being considered by employers were that they were too young or too old. 62 per cent of those who reported this difficulty were aged 45 years and over.

"Perhaps its time Australian business also played their part in putting aside ageism."




By Dr. John Coleman.

"One needs to have a clear understanding of just why it is that nuclear power is so hated all over the world, and why the fake "environmentalist" movement, established and financially supported by the Club of Rome, was called upon to wage war on nuclear-energy. With nuclear-energy generating electricity in cheap and abundant supplies, Third World countries would gradually become independent of U.S. foreign-aid and begin to assert their sovereignty. Nuclear generated electricity is THE key to bringing Third World countries out of their backward state, a state which the Committee of 300 has ordered to remain in position."

Less foreign-aid means less control of a country's natural-resources by the I.M.F. It was this idea of developing nations taking charge of their destiny that was an anathema to the Club of Rome and its ruling Committee of 300. We have seen opposition to nuclear power in the United States successfully used to block industrial development in conformity with the Club's "Post-Industrial Zero-Growth" plans.