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The conditioning of students at Berkeley

Upon listening to part two of the Huxley presentation, one of our website visitors discovered the following conversation approximately thirteen minutes into the clip.

He writes:

"On Tape 2, there arrives the moment when the official hour-long lecture should have come to a close. The assembled students are urged to make their way to their regularly scheduled classes. Those wanting to listen to the close of the question and answer session, are welcomed to remain in place.

If one pays very close attention to the 'side bar' between the fellow-insiders, this comes through loud and clear:

"Aldous, I do hope you're not finding it to be uncomfortably warm in here?"

"Well, it is getting to be a little warm. It seems to be a windowless Hall, isn't it? Is there any means at all of ventilation?"

"It is part of the CONDITIONING PROCESS, actually."

So, here you have it all before you on a silver platter.... much like the severed head of John the Baptist. This audience of students and faculty who IMAGINE that they are being entertained and enriched by the cornucopia of intellectual treats offered up by Aldous ...are themselves actually the VICTIMS of an elaborate, well-defined and highly organized Program-of-Indoctrination into the very 'Brave New World' that has been foreseen by the Elitist speaker whom they are, enthralled, listening to."

G.W.

If you missed this portion of the second clip, click below.



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