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Crisis Magazine

By Jonathan David Carson, Ph.D., Crisis Magazine, July 2, 2024

Jonathan David Carson, Ph.D., has written for Crisis, First Things, New Oxford Review, Touchstone, American Thinker, and others.


The rise of tyrannical governments in the world has been scandalously welcomed by Pope Francis and the Vatican.

“You’ll own nothing and you’ll be happy.” —World Economic Forum

“A really efficient totalitarian state would be one in which the all-powerful executive of political bosses and their army of managers control a population of slaves who do not have to be coerced, because they love their servitude.” —Aldous Huxley


Jonathan David CarsonWhile it is doubtful that we’ll be happy after Klaus Schwab takes from us everything we own, the World Economic Forum here reveals that Brave New World is a how-to manual for Herr Schwab, not a warning about threats to our freedom. 1984 serves as a backup plan in case Brave New World does not work, as it won’t. After all, no one can build a “happy” society without God or a “population of slaves” who “love their servitude” to man, not God, which is what the World Economic Forum is trying to build—or at least a society that makes the World Economic Forum “happy” or a “population of slaves” that the World Economic Forum would “love” having in “servitude.”

More prescient than even Brave New World (1932) and 1984 (1949) is Lord of the World (1907) by Robert Hugh Benson, which, by the way, places the Apocalypse right about now—in the early decades of the 21st century. Unfortunately, it too has become an edition of Tyranny for Dummies, the version preferred by the Deep International State’s beachhead in the Vatican, the Woke Deep Church. ….

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