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The Third Wave 19 Nov 2018 11:13 #1

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In this thread I have put together a series of seemingly non related ideologies, with the title, Third Wave or Way, however I believe All of these ideas are inter-related and have a source to secret that they dare not speak of it, rather condemn it on the basis of uniformity, behind all of these ideologies is a common denominator, so who could this body be, I will let you all decide and to fill in the gaps to how our world has been steered by such mnds, hell bent on destroying any stability we thought we had.

The Tiltle is the Third Wave, or Way and Who is behind all of this and why.

Lets begin with one experiment called The Third Wave which was an experimental social movement created by California high school history teacher Ron Jones in 1967 to explain how the German population could accept the actions of the Nazi regime during the Second World War.[1][2] While he taught his students about Nazi Germany during his "Contemporary World History" class, Jones found it difficult to explain how the German people could accept the actions of the Nazis, and decided to create a social movement as a demonstration of the appeal of fascism.

Over the course of five days, Jones -- a member of the SDS, Cubberley United Student Movement sponsor and Black Panthers supporter conducted a series of exercises in his classroom emphasizing discipline and community, intended to model certain characteristics of the Nazi movement. As the movement grew outside his class and began to number in the hundreds, Jones began to feel that the movement had spiraled out of control.
He convinced the students to attend a rally where he claimed the announcement of a Third Wave presidential candidate would be televised. Upon their arrival, the students were presented with a blank channel. Jones told his students of the true nature of the movement as an experiment in fascism, and presented to them a short film discussing the actions of Nazi Germany.

The experiment took place at Cubberley High School in Palo Alto, California, during the first week of April 1967.

Jones, finding himself physically unable to explain to his students how the German population could have claimed ignorance of The Holocaust, decided to demonstrate it to them instead.[6] Jones started a movement called "The Third Wave" and told his students that the movement aimed to eliminate democracy.
The idea that democracy emphasizes individuality was considered as a drawback of democracy, and Jones emphasized this main point of the movement in its motto: "Strength through discipline", strength through community, strength through action, strength through pride."

The experiment was not well documented at the time. Of contemporary sources, the experiment is only mentioned in the Cubberley High School student newspaper, The Cubberley Catamount. It is only briefly mentioned in two issues, and one more issue of the paper has a longer article about this experiment at its conclusion.
Jones himself wrote a detailed account of the experiment some nine years afterwards and more articles about the experiment followed, including some interviews with Jones and the original students.

In the film above one can clearly see how the ideology behind such an movement gained strength through planting an idea a seed with which to grow, but it does not begin there, first one needs a fuel source to alter perception through inner manipulation using chemistry and the humble high school or univesity and a few slate clear minds, who then get put on a sellective gray train who go on to further influence all genres.

The Third Way is a position akin to centrism that tries to reconcile right-wing and left-wing politics by advocating a varying synthesis of some centre-right economic and some centre-left social policies.
The Third Way was created as a re-evaluation of political policies within various centre-left progressive movements in response to doubt regarding the economic viability of the state and the overuse of economic interventionist policies that had previously been popularized by Keynesianism but at that time contrasted with the rise of popularity for economic liberalism and the New Right.

The Third Way is promoted by social liberal movements.

Major Third Way social democratic proponent Tony Blair claimed that the socialism he advocated was different from traditional conceptions of socialism and said: "My kind of socialism is a set of values based around notions of social justice...Socialism as a rigid form of economic determinism has ended, and rightly".

Blair referred to it as "social-ism" that involves politics that recognized individuals as socially interdependent and advocated social justice, social cohesion, equal worth of each citizen and equal opportunity. Third Way social democratic theorist Anthony Giddens has said that the Third Way rejects the traditional conception of socialism and instead accepts the conception of socialism as conceived of by Anthony Crosland as an ethical doctrine that views social democratic governments as having achieved a viable ethical socialism by removing the unjust elements of capitalism by providing social welfare and other policies and that contemporary socialism has outgrown the Marxist claim for the need of the abolition of capitalism.

In 2009, Blair publicly declared support for a "new capitalism".

Third-wave feminism is an iteration of the feminist movement that began in the early 1990s United States[2] and continued until the fourth wave began around 2012.

Born in the 1960s and 1970s as members of Generation X, and grounded in the civil-rights advances of the second wave, third-wave feminists embraced individualism and diversity and sought to redefine what it meant to be a feminist. Defining feature.

The third wave is traced to the emergence of the Riot grrrl feminist punk subculture in Olympia, Washington, in the early 1990s,[a] and to Anita Hill's televised testimony in 1991—to an all-male, all-white Senate Judiciary Committee—that Clarence Thomas, nominated for the Supreme Court of the United States, had sexually harassed her. The term third wave is credited to Rebecca Walker, who responded to Thomas's appointment to the Supreme Court with an article in Ms. magazine, "Becoming the Third Wave" (1992).

She wrote:

So I write this as a plea to all women, especially women of my generation: Let Thomas' confirmation serve to remind you, as it did me, that the fight is far from over. Let this dismissal of a woman's experience move you to anger. Turn that outrage into political power. Do not vote for them unless they work for us. Do not have sex with them, do not break bread with them, do not nurture them if they don't prioritize our freedom to control our bodies and our lives. I am not a post-feminism feminist. I am the Third Wave.

The Third Wave,

In the book Toffler describes three types of societies, based on the concept of 'waves, each wave pushes the older societies and cultures aside.

The First Wave is the settled agricultural society which prevailed in much of the world after the Neolithic Revolution, which replaced hunter-gatherer cultures.
The Second Wave is Industrial Age society. The Second Wave began in Western Europe with the Industrial Revolution, and subsequently spread across the world. Key aspects of Second Wave society are the nuclear family, a factory-type education system and the corporation. Toffler writes:

"The Second Wave Society is industrial and based on mass production, mass distribution, mass consumption, mass education, mass media, mass recreation, mass entertainment, and weapons of mass destruction. You combine those things with standardization, centralization, concentration, and synchronization, and you wind up with a style of organization we call bureaucracy."

The Third Wave is the post-industrial society. Toffler says that since the late 1950s most countries have been transitioning from a Second Wave society into a Third Wave society. He coined many words to describe it and mentions names invented by others, such as the Information Age.

Tranisitionalism is the current ism taking hold of ou global in-sanity, the whole shooting mach is inter-linked and reaching its end of the great cycle of global dominus.
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