Was I Wrong To Think His Twitter Purchase Could Be A Good Thing?
“The dark horse of the New World Order is not Communism, Socialism or Fascism. It is Technocracy.”
—Patrick M. Wood
“To the atheist, there is nothing except the earth and its organization”
Sometimes when (some) readers wonder what has gotten into me, as with my Elon Musk posts these past days, I actually try to figure it out. I start to go super granular/obsessive. In this instance, I may regret it, because I am not sure it matters. But I have been unable to turn back. Something is bugging me—that feeling I needed to find something. Something that would clarify.
Last night, and tonight, I have spent hours trying to make heads or tails out of the Elon Musk story.
It began with watching interviews with him, with Grimes—watching a few clips from a BBC series, and watching James Corbett’s expose/takedown. Corbett’s report impacted me deeply—certainly moved me more in the direction of Musk-phobia. You can watch it here. “Meet Elon Musk, Technocratic Hustler.”
The dated clip of Elon Musk being created via mass media, receiving his $1 million car, was a smoking gun moment, I must say. And none of it surprises me. I think everybody we have ever heard of, (the famous,) were creations in the media factory. They are created for the purpose of system messaging, in exchange for (fake) fame, money and the opposite of influence, since they can’t ever say what they really think.
We are all aiming truth darts at an amorphous target: Elon Musk. But what is our question? Why anybody was happy he was purging communist/woke/fascist Twitter?
I was happy and I still am.
Are we asking:
Who he is? (As a man? As a CEO?)
Are we asking what he wants? Who he “answers” to? What he plans to do with Twitter and free speech? Whether he will betray us when the robots turn us into their house pets?
These are not the same subjects or questions.
The entire discussion got stuck on the cartoon level: Villian or Savior. People who pride themselves on seeing through fake saviors and controlled opposition set the bar pretty low sometimes, leaving no room for complexity or contradiction.
OK, so let me jump right in with a few startling facts, (before we get to Elon’s grandfather:)
His father, Errol Musk.
Of him, Elon has said:
“He will plan evil. Almost every crime you can possibly think of, he has done.
“Almost every evil thing you could possibly think of, he has done. It’s so terrible, you can’t believe it.”
News is rapidly spreading along anti-Musk circuits that Errol Musk impregnated and had two children with his own stepdaughter, who he raised since she was four, and dismissed it all by saying he could barely remember her mother, whom he was married to for 18 years. All true.
The Scottish Sun article here.
He also openly boasts of having killed a few people in his home in South Africa. They were intruders, and they did have guns, he said. He got off for that, no jail time: Self defense.
He once owned an emerald mine in Zambia. He has said he is not proud of Elon and that he’s fat, but kind of nice. Presently he is making the media rounds boasting that there is a very high demand for his sperm, not Elon’s, since it was he after all, who “made Elon.” He informed Elon’s mother Maeve, who I now have a lot of sympathy for, that he would marry her, by telling her parents and inviting 800 people to the wedding. She had not agreed. He began to beat her on their honeymoon, when she fell pregnant with Elon. He grew up trying to protect his mother from his father’s constant pummeling, by getting between them and punching his father.
Musk detests his father.
He started reading books at a very young age and always disappeared into libraries at social events.
He has 7 children, and believes in people having as many children as they can. When he met Grimes, with whom he has two children, they both believed she was a simulation occurring in his mind, ie that she was not real. She used to refer to him as her “best friend.”
The Salvation and Refuge Of Technology (for people who are in so much pain they want to become cyborgs, because cyborgs can be trusted, unlike family.) (Working theory.)
The pattern I see is that these titans of industry have been essentially soul-murdered as children. And this leads to things like setting up a functioning cities on Mars. In other words, I believe Elon Musk is a victim and a survivor, and I’m sure he has to fight the devil with both fists before breakfast most mornings, just to remain human and sane.
All the things he cares about are consolation prizes for somebody who was robbed of a family. None of it really matters. And if he thinks there will be a “democratization” of AI between nations, somebody truly needs to pull him aside and have a serious talk.
He always says AI is many measures more dangerous than nuclear warheads, yet he continues to father all these ever developing robots, who, as Corbett points out, dance awkwardly.
But is he a “fraud?” A CIA plant/spy/agent? A WHO knight?
I can’t answer that. Possibly, maybe.
It gets pretty interesting one generation back:
As James Corbett reported, Elon Musk’s maternal grandfather, Joshua Haldeman, (this is truly head-spinning) was Canada’s first known practicing chiropractor, and a leading figure in the Canadian chapter of what was then a possibly not so small utopian cult called Technocracy Inc, headquartered in New York City.
In the article “In Science We Trust,” Ira Based describes it like this:
Back in the first half of the 20th century, a group called Technocracy Incorporated wanted to reorganize society by putting scientists in charge. The movement flamed out, but its underlying message still appeals to many in Silicon Valley.
Here they are perfecting some kind of 1940s Canadian/American Trekkie look.
Technocracy Incorporated insisted they were totally a-political, that they leaned neither communist, liberal, nor fascist, and yet because they opposed the war, they were eventually banned in Canada. Elon Musk’s grandfather had to appear before a court in 1940 to face two charges under the defense of Canada Act. Despite this, the organization did a complete volte-face in 1941, following Hitler’s invasion of the USSR. At that point, they designated themselves to be “in complete economic and military collaboration with Soviet Russia.”
Not weird at all.
From Based’s article:
In a speech to an American audience in 1963, Howard Scott, the founder and leader of Technocracy Incorporated, declared that “as far as Technocracy’s ideas are concerned, we’re so far left that we make communism look bourgeois.”
That may not have been the most effective recruiting slogan at the height of the Cold War, but Scott wasn’t entirely wrong.
Technocracy was far from the only protest movement to emerge from the economic collapse of the 1930s. Social Credit in Alberta and the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation in Saskatchewan, the forerunner of the NDP, also attracted a lot of support. Some groups across the political spectrum had ties to European political movements. Some had charismatic leaders, like Huey Long and Father Charles Coughlin in the United States.
But Technocracy was a uniquely North American movement that may have been the most radical of them all. And in the depths of the Great Depression, hundreds of thousands of Canadians and Americans were prepared to embrace it.
There would be no politicians, business people, money or income inequality. Those were all features of what Technocracy called the “price system,” and it would have to go.
There would be no countries called Canada or the United States, either – just one giant continental land mass called the Technate, a techno-utopia run by engineers and other “experts” in their fields. In the Technate, everyone would be well-housed and fed. All material needs would be taken care of, whether you had a job or not.
Joshua Haldeman was a leader of Technocracy Incorporated in Canada from 1936 to 1941, but eventually became disillusioned with both the organization and the country, and packed up his young family to start life anew in South Africa.
In June 1971, Haldeman’s daughter Maeve gave birth to his first grandson. His name is Elon Musk.
The bold faced passage above “There would be no countries called Canada or The United States…” that’s straight up NWO. Was Joshua Haldeman crazy, or just totally bereft of a poetic imagination?
Did Elon hear about this supposed nationless utopia where you will have all your needs met without having to work, as such, growing up? Was his mother into it too?
To go straight to the source, here is one of Technocracy Incorporated’s original mind-numbing texts, which I did my best to slog through.
At first glance, they seem harmless enough, apart from being seriously bleak and dull in every word. You wait for the pay off, but it never comes. It’s just life inside a perpetual motion machine, with all struggles eliminated.
But were they…harmless? I believe Technocracy cults historian Patrick Wood would say they were anything but harmless, and look where we are today, because these anti-human ideas never perished.
In depth academic journal article about Joshua Haldeman here.
My conclusion so far?
Elon Musk comes from a very dark, broken, possibly trauma based mind control sexually depraved family with this monster father at the helm. Bloodlines, trauma, incest, the whole nine yards. I still think he wants the best for humanity and is not a de-populationist, at all. Sadly, he has come out in favor of vaccinations, including the “Covid vaccine.” I think he really wants to make the world a better place, but I wish he would do that my leaving it entirely alone, and never speaking of robots who will overtake us again.
Who asked for any of this? Did you?
A very technically advanced friend once explained to me that when we engage in tech/social media platforms that are owned by a particular person, we are in that person’s amygdala, everything that ever happened to them, we pick up on it psycho-spiritually, and energetically. So all those years, ick, we were in Mark Zuckerberg’s amygdala, taking on his thought forms, at some level.
We need to get off all this creepy stuff. Twitter, Facebook, all of it.
Just not Substack.
I can see that the bulldozer media is working overtime on a new cottage industry: Negative, bullying articles about Elon Musk, who will now be presented as an incompetent, insane buffoon with no sense of business whatsoever. Sort of like the new Trump.
Because he pushed back on the Paul Pelosi fairy tale. They will never, ever, forgive him for that, or forget it.
I won’t be writing about this again.