occupies one of the most
prime locations in the city. It can be found in the old Indian Institute
building on the corner of Hollywell and Oxford Martin
School Broad Street,
right in what is known as "the Heart of Oxford", the area where many
tourist photographs and postcards shots are taken. The Bodleian Library, Radcliffe
Square and the Sheldonian Theatre can all be seen
from its windows. How did an organization only established in 2005 end up
sitting on such a pedestal of prestige? The answer is in their mission
statement: "The at the Oxford Martin School is a world-leading centre of pioneering
research, debate and policy for a sustainable and inclusive future."
Whenever you hear words like "sustainable" you know you're in
trouble. It continues: "The great
challenges of our time, such as rapid globalisation, population growth,
emerging pandemics, or climate change share one feature. All refuse to sit
neatly within traditional academic disciplines. This common factor makes these
challenges difficult to grapple with, whether as individuals, businesses, or
governments, and therefore for societies as a whole. Our response is the University of Oxford ." So the spectres of climate
change, population growth and pandemics rear their ugly heads; that is why this
new organization has been given a place of such importance in the University
not to mention a hundred million pounds per year, and that doesn't include what
it might be getting from Oxford Martin School 's
"black budget". As I perused their official website more Orwellian
terminology leapt out at me: inclusive...
women's issues... diversity... justice in society... equality... These words sound very
cuddly and benign, but they actually translate as: "White, heterosexual
males are EEEEEEEvil! We need more authoritarian state control to protect you
from them!" It indicates that the Oxford University
is a cultural Marxist brainwashing centre. Their YouTube channel is called
"21 School", which sounds very similar to Agenda 21. Oxford
Since the New Year they've been running series of lectures on climate change which were all recorded and uploaded to their "21 School" channel, for example:
Climate Change- Dealing with Uncertainty: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ed4p7JYMYKs.
The ‘Perfect Storm revisited’- Food, Energy and Water security in the context of Climate Change: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2Mt-UuZ1sU.
Biodiversity and Climate Change- What happens when we turn up the Heat on Nature? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qsYoL6aPUtY.
As I viewed this list of lectures it didn't take me long to pick up the undertone. It's the same subtext that I hear whenever George Monbiot or Mark Lynas speak: desperation! The dread and urgency is disguised behind academic poise and staid diplomacy, but it's there: "Something must be done or the Earth will die! Something extreme and drastic! The consequences don't matter, we have to do something or we're DOOOOOOMED!" Dr Mayer Hillman was far less oblique when he spoke at Conway Hall last year: He supported the controversial United Nations Personal Carbon™ Allowances and advocated draconian global regulation of transport for holidays, business and trade. He proposed ideas for the transformation of all sectors of the economy, geared towards organizing it in light of its use of fossil fuels and environmental impact, resembling communism. He proposed food rationing on the model used during World War II and stated: "The democratic process is not sacrosanct... The majority view in the developed world is that people are not prepared to make the lifetstyle choices for the dramatic Carbon™ reductions necessary and their democratic leaders do nothing except pander to their whims to get elected... Do we subscribe to the democratic approach to decision making which has so far failed? Or, in this instance, as I would argue, it has to be set aside. Whether the public like it or not, these changes have to be made!... If these changes are not made, we will assuredly hand over a dying planet to succeeding generations". See background links below. Dr Hillman has never spoken at the
to my knowledge, but a lot
of the points he makes are reiterated by those who have, albeit in a more
implicit tone. What bothers me about this is that these climate change events
are being held in one of the few institutions in the world that has an official
course in geoengineering, see: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aixczHxdbfM.
This makes a sinister combination; the seminar series could be interpreted as a
covert promotional scheme for geoengineering projects. Of course geoengineering
operations are already going on in the form of chemtrails, but I have a feeling
they may go official soon to make them easier to introduce; all they need to do
is persuade the people that it's a good thing... or at least a necessary thing. Events like this climate change season at the Oxford Martin School may also be
used for recruitment by "talent scouts" for people who are cold and
ruthless enough, but also reckless enough; see background links for more
details. I notice also that the Oxford Martin
has an interest in transhumanism, see: http://www.oxfordmartin.ox.ac.uk/publications/view/154.
So I think that the Oxford
Martin School is a highly suspicious
organization and we should keep a close eye on the material they publish. We
must be ready to counter them with our own publications in this information
war. In fact I'll print out some flyers to hand out at the door before their
next live event. Oxford Martin
See here for background: http://hpanwo-voice.blogspot.co.uk/2014/06/anything-to-save-planet.html.