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Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
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Dec 13, 08

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Brave New World is great not so much for the story itself but that the cat was let out of the bag in this book. Huxley came from an aristocratic English family, he hobknobbed with the intellectual elite, his Brother Julian was the first director of the new world order creation UNESCO. Make no mistake about it Huxley was in the know with what the world elites had planned in store for the masses because he rubbed elbows with them.

So much of this stuff, while not quite the extreme thats in the book, has come to pass. Test tube babies being grown in labratories, intentional dumbing of the masses, destroying the family unit, sexualizing children, making having multiple sexual partners socially acceptable, taking drugs to make yourself happy, creating a new religion out of mindless conformity, even the "10 World Controllers" in Brave New World are awfully similar to the ten oligarchical banking and business families (Rothschilds, Rockefellers, etc) that rule the world now.

So yeah I think Huxley was letting the cat out of the bag here. The same way Orwell did, except Orwell was exposing the terror and fear side of the coin which the new world order also employs. Orwell showed how they control you with torture, terror and violence if you don't go along with the program. Huxley showed how they control you and turn you into a Pavlovian dog with Prozac, porn and various petty distractions.
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