The “Comfortable Invisibility” of the Globalist Project

Olavo de Carvalho, right, is arguably the most knowledgeable and original Brazilian philosopher of the past 25 years His books, seminars and newspaper articles (over 30.000 pages) have spurred a revolution in Brazilian intellectual circles and earned him the bitter hatred and hostility of the country´s hegemonic socialist nomenklatura, especially after he blew the whistle on “Foro de São Paulo”, a Latin American coalition of radical left-wing groups founded by Lula and Castro. 

by Olavo de Carvalho – Translated from the Portuguese by Sam Peyo (henrymakow.com) Sept 30,2012

Abortion, gay marriage, racial quotas, civilian disarmament, draconian ecological regulations, drug liberalization, state control of all religious activity and the lowering of the age of sexual consent to 12 years or younger. 
These are, among others, the ideals that make the hearts of students, teachers, politicians, reporters, enlightened entrepreneurs and NGO activists beat faster — the very people who have monopolized public debate in Brazil.
None of these proposals originated with the Brazilian people, or with any other people, for that matter. None of them are approved by the population.
But that doesn’t matter. The agenda is being imposed top-down and will continue to be so in Brazil and around the world by way of informal political agreements, administrative measures designed to circumvent legislative debate, heavy propaganda, boycotts, explicit repression of adverse opinion and, last but not least, through the ample use of bribery, much of which in the form of “research funding” for teachers and students who can be trusted to draw the politically correct conclusions desired by the elite.

ORIGIN OF GLOBALIST AGENDA

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