In The Scientific Outlook,1931, Freemason
Bertrand Russell described the neo-feudal society
consisting of rulers and slaves that is emerging today.
On those rare occasions, when a boy or girl who has passed the age at which it is usual to determine social status shows such marked ability to seem the intellectual equal of the rulers, a difficult situation will arise, requiring serious consideration. If the youth is content to abandon his previous associates and to throw himself wholeheartedly with the rulers, he may, after suitable tests, be promoted. But if he shows any regrettable solidarity with his previous associates, the rulers will reluctantly conclude that there is nothing to be done with him except to send hi to the lethal chamber before his ill-disciplined intelligence has had time to spread revolt.
Russell was an atheist who believed in the power of science. Perhaps we ridicule those who make idols of “the science” today after seeing what that has brought us by following Fauci, Gates, et al. Russell promoted the previous 19th century “science” of Darwin, for example, which tried to make atheists out of us all by claiming we evolved from apes on a spinning ball planet created out of nothing from the Big Bang.
One thing Russell mentioned specifically was fertilizers as a key thing to control world production of food.
Fertilizer shortages? Fake, GMO food? The US government paying farmers one-and-a-half times the value of their crops to destroy them? Isn’t that exactly what we’ve seen in the news lately? Russell also mentioned in 1931 the idea of weather modification to aid this food supply shortage.
Finally, besides killing people and starving them nutritionally with fake food, Russell was a proponent of controlling the survivors and their minds….but only of the non-elite, of course.
Lord Bertrand Russell was a 20th century version of a long line of philosophers and scientists, stemming from Darwin, back to Newton, and even further back to Copernicus and Galileo.