The video below video with Kurt Nimmo on behalf of News Bud claims that, for over a century, the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations in London, England has, by shaping opinion, culture, and gaining political consensus, worked behind the scenes to lay the groundwork for a one world government.
This it is claimed, is done by relentlessly pushing propaganda that predicts the end of Western civilization, adopted from the work of German philosopher Oswald Spengler. Nimmo states that under this secretive institute’s direction, the British elite and their American counterparts perfected the art of propaganda and successfully used this to get America involved in a war her people opposed.
- The Tavistock is also strongly affiliated with the Royal Institute of International Affairs and its secretive Chatham House. Tavistock officially engages in educational, research, consultancy and professional development work in the social sciences and applied psychology. Its clients are diverse, ranging from public sector organisations, including the European Union, several British government departments, Third Sector and private clients. The Institute owns Human Relations, the international social sciences journal. It also edits the journal Evaluation.
The Tavistock Institute is often associated with conspiracy speculation, the most common of which associate it with the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. Two books focusing on this are The Tavistock Institute of Human Relations: Shaping the Moral, Spiritual, Cultural and Political (2006) by John Coleman and Tavistock Institute: Social Engineering the Masses (2015) by Daniel Estulin.
The Rough Guide to Conspiracy Theories notes that the Tavistock Institute is believed by many to be part of a totalitarian agenda to take control of education and culture with the intent and purpose of utterly and completely destroying these things by “‘means of rock music and drugs to rebel against the status quo, thus undermining and eventually destroying the family unit.”
The Rockefeller Foundation awarded a significant grant that facilitated the creation of the Tavistock Institute.
For more of John Coleman’s views on Tavistock, see below video: