22 May 2009

Totalitarian Tiptoe

The Totalitarian Tiptoe is the world domination method of slow encroachment on civil liberties and freedoms, used by a small few that want to control the world. The Totalitarian Tiptoe involves small, easily-accepted (and less noticeable) steps to achieve a pre-desired endpoint that would otherwise be totally discarded by the general populace of the world. The favoured modus operandi of those that plan a Totalitarian Tiptoe is the Problem-Reaction-Solution formula.


David Icke of davidicke.com has spoken about the Totalitarian Tiptoe and the Problem-Reaction-Solution formula to bring about a global fascist dictatorship (with a world government, world bank and currency, world army, and Microchipped Population).

Alex Jones of prisonplanet.com has spoken many times about the upcoming instalment of fascist regimes in 'the western world' due to so-called 'terrorist attacks' on their people.

George Orwell (real name: Eric Blair, author of Animal Farm and 1984) wrote of a socialist dictatorship using a 'telescreen' surveillance network that blanketed the whole of the city in his book 1984. George Orwell witnessed the (alleged) corruption of the British Empire in colonising India, and was a popular political critic.

A quote that Taikonaut of AboveTopSecret.com found, which is quite relevant:

"If you throw a frog into a pot of boiling water, he will jump out. But if you put a frog into a pot of cold water and place on a low flame he will sit there quite placidly. As the water gradually heats up the frog will sink into a tranquil stupor, and will allow itself to be boiled to death."

Totalitarian Tiptoe - TinWiki.org