Researcher and author David Watts is back for his third visit on Far Out Radio. We continue our conversation about the implications of his two, brilliantly concise books. Explaining what has happened since September 11, 2001 is very difficult and time consuming. David’s books, “Journey To A Brave New World” and “Journey To A Brave New World, Part Two” together offer a broad overview – a primer if you will. Listen HERE.
A look into David Watts' primer books for understanding our times.
Researcher and author David Watts is back for his second visit on Far Out Radio. David was with us on June 12, 2013 to talk with us about his first book, “Journey To A Brave new World,” a primmer for understanding the social, geopolitical landscape of our times.
This program David talks with me about his follow up book, “Journey To A Brave New World, Part Two.” Like many independent thinkers, David’s world began to radically change on the morning of September 11, 2001. In retrospect, it’s not much of a stretch to say that it was the first installment of World War III.
That probably sounds like an over the top statement, especially if you have been trained by The History Channel as to what a “world war” looks like. So, if that’s what you are looking for, you’ll miss what before your very eyes.
No, World War III is not being waged with massive, mechanized military ground, air, and sea forces. The 21st century version of a “world war” has many fronts; financial, cultural, there’s an immigration aspect, cyber warfare, color revolutions, covert assignations, food wars, weather wars, drone strikes, and small to medium proxy shooting wars via mercenary killers for hire.
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The world changed profoundly on the morning of September 11, 2001. In retrospect, it’s not much of a stretch to say that it was the beginning of World War III. That probably sounds like an over the top statement, especially if you have been trained by The History Channel as to what WW II looked like. So, if that is what you are looking for, you’ll miss what is before your very eyes.
“Seeing it” is not easy because things are playing out very slowly and differently. To “get it” you have to have an open mind, a willingness to look into uncomfortable things, spend time reading and researching, and then discern what you have taken in. Anyone can do this, it just takes time and the willingness. One doesn’t need to be an “expert” or an “insider.”