Wednesday, August 24, 2005

Reaction Paper: CONSPIRATOR HEIRARCHY: THE STORY OF COMMITTE of 300

REACTION PAPER

On the Book entitled “CONSPIRATORS’ HIERARCHY: THE STORY OF THE COMMITTEE OF 300” authored by Dr. John Coleman


This reaction paper focuses on what should the right responses of my school, the University of Southeastern Philippine (USeP), be if the conspirators’ hierarchy as depicted in the book is true.

Dr. John Coleman graphically tells about a conspirators’ hierarchy, a body call “The Committee of 300”. He describes this group as one that is all powerful, knows no national boundaries, above the laws of all countries, one that controls every aspect of politics, religion, commerce and industry, banking, insurance, mining, the drug trade, the petroleum industry and a group answerable to no one but its member. He cites that the change in our social and moral values, the depression in the United States, and many other puzzling events and happenings around the globe, have been deliberately created by the so-called committee.

If the conspirators’ hierarchy is true, my school is not in any position to significantly alter and redirect what has been planned and started several decades ago. It can, however, cushion its impact to the university including its administrators, faculty, staff and students. The core of this response of USeP is to strengthen and develop the values of the individuals.

USeP’s response should start with the appropriate selection of a university president. The president directs and manages the whole university. This person should be aware of the story of the committee of the 300 and also a person of vision himself/herself.

At present, USeP envisions itself to be a modern state university at the cutting edge of academic excellence and at the forefront of research and development which provides harmonious and conducive atmosphere for faculty and students to develop and attain their potentials, and an active participant in the promotion of the well-being and welfare of the community and society. The University firmly believes that education is an instrument for the improvement of the quality of life. Thus, the university shall provide access to quality education in all its mandated programs to deserving students and equip them with competencies in science and technology, dynamic leadership, entrepreneurial ability, and a deep sense of nationalism and cultural identity.

From its vision and mission, there is no mention on values formation, environmental concerns, global concerns, survival. These items need to be given emphasis in anticipation of all the happenings mentioned in the book. USeP’s goals and objectives should be directed toward the attainment of the new vision and mission.

Revealing the real motive behind the so-called foreign aid Dr Coleman tells us: “One needs to have a clear understanding of just why the fake ‘environmentalist movement’, established and financially supported by the Club of Rome’, was called upon to wage a war against nuclear energy—with nuclear energy generating electricity at cheap rates and in abundant supplies, third world countries would gradually become independent of US and IMF aid and begin to assert their sovereignty. Dependence on foreign aid actually keeps other countries in servitude of the Council of Foreign Relations (CFR)”. Dr Coleman further tells us that the people of the aid receiving countries receive very little of the aid money; it usually ends up in the pockets of the leaders wielding power, who allow the natural resources and raw material of their countries to be savagely looted by the IMF.

USeP should embark on programs encouraging self-reliance and self sufficiency. This is something like how to be less dependent on government and society.

Dr John Coleman discusses in detail as to how and why the Committee of 300 popularized the use of drugs. He tells us that the newly created musical groups, their lifestyles, their fashions and fads swept millions of youngsters in America and other countries into the cult. The new ‘wonder drug’ was distributed in ‘sample size packages’, handed out free of charge on college campuses and ‘rock concerts’. The devilish heavy beat sounds numbed the minds of the listeners so that they were easily persuaded to try the new drug.

Though the whole environment of USeP occupants cannot be controlled but USeP can control its campus. It may install public address system that plays music directed along giving positive values and teaching Christianity.

Dr John Coleman has also made this startling revelation that the Committee of 300 and Great Britain were involved in Drug War against China via India. He says that for a really interesting major study of the Chinese opium trade, one would need access to India Office in London. In the papers that he studied at the India Office under the heading “Miscellaneous Old Records”, he learnt that the opium trade in China was funded by the British East India Company through the “China Inland Mission”, ostensibly a Christian missionary society. The so-called missionaries distributed sample packages of opium and show to the lower classes how to smoke opium. The BEIC had developed poppy seeds in the poppy fields of Benares and Bihar in India.

Drugs and smoking goes together. USeP may continue to promote no smoking in the campus and promote sports activities to keep students busy. Develop a sense of camaraderie and teamwork. Continue to prohibit the use of drugs. Promote health consciousness activities.

Among the revelations mentioned by Dr. Coleman is that pornographic material is being prepared and spread in the world by the committee of 300. This phenomenon of spread of pornographic materials have already started and expected to increase circulation in the coming years. USeP may continue to focus still on values formation, integrating it in its academic subjects.

All these sightings mentioned in the book of Dr. Coleman may not be changed by another group of persons. Nor can another country or group of countries can do so. But in my own way, I could change myself, develop desired values and let this change radiate in others, in the administrators, staff and students of USeP.

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