The Ultimate Revolution | Aldous Huxley

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Aldous Huxley renowned futurist, eugenicist, and author of ‘Brave New World’ and many other books, gave a now infamous speech at UC Berkley in 1962 titled: ‘The Ultimate Revolution.’

Aldous Huxley Speech – UC Berkeley, The Ultimate Revolution 1962 | Veritas Group

In his presentation, Aldous Huxley gave historical evidence, and future predictions on how the “New World Order” would be achieved by the ruling Oligarchy via their use of State Sponsored Terrorism to implement their desired Lock-Step Police State to control the proletariat by the fear of ever increasing terrorism as a pretext to the citizens of Western Society willingly sacrificing their essential freedoms and liberties for the promise of temporary security.

“. . .we are in process of developing a whole series of techniques which will enable the controlling oligarchy who have always existed and presumably always will exist, to get people to love their servitude. This is the, it seems to me, the ultimate in malevolent revolutions shall we say, and this is a problem which has interested me for many years and about which I wrote thirty years ago, a fable, Brave New World, which is an account of a society making use of all the devices available and some of the devices which I imagined to be possible making use of them in order to, first of all, to standardise the population, to iron out inconvenient human differences, to create, to say, mass produced models of human beings arranged in some sort of scientific caste system. Since then, I have continued to be extremely interested in this problem and I have noticed with increasing dismay a number of the predictions which were purely fantastic when I made them thirty years ago have come true or seem in process of coming true.”

Aldous Huxley

Source: Aldous Huxley Speech at UC Berkeley, The Ultimate Revolution 1962

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