Copyright 12.21.2010 By Chase Kyla Hunter All Rights Reserved
In the video linked below you will see a 48: 30 duration talk given by Raj Patel on October 18th 2010 to an audience at the University of Windsor. Based on the University’s website, I cannot ascertain exactly where the campus is actually located, as the text reads “North America as it faces Canada” and only mentions the state of Michigan in passing. Bizarre.
The University of Windsor is located at the crossroads of North America, 15 minutes from the start of Highway 401 or Michigan’s I-75, and facing one of Canada’s most beautiful waterfronts on the Detroit River. That location speaks to UWindsor’s greatness as an internationally oriented, multi-disciplined institution that actively encourages a broad diversity of students, faculty and staff. Those strengths vault it to the forefront of Canadian universities in the creation of an awareness and appreciation of difference — difference in ethnic backgrounds, difference in cultures and difference in dreams.
This video below displays Raj Patel in his new “Global Food Czar” modality. There is nothing quiet, self-effacing or humble about the manner in which he states his case. Rather, I would say that the incredible notoriety which has come his way this year, having been veritably named the “Messiah” by Share International devotees, has had a profound impact on both this man’s personality and the manner in which he speaks. Patel delivers this talk the “democratization of the food industry” with grandiose gesturing, great pomp, flamboyant turns of phrase, and the thrust of his chin constantly tilting up and forward as he speaks is noted. That is a sign of great arrogance and hidden aggression. This is a man totally unlike the person we saw on the Colbert Show TV appearance early in January of this year, who was stammering, sweating profusely, and almost melting to the floor in shy self effacement under the glare of Colbert’s bizarre comic antics while being studied by a mildly curious TV studio audience.
My sense of this man at the time is that he is adjusting himself to the fact that he is now famous, in demand, and bearing hefty enough academic and historical credentials to become a serious heavyweight player on the world political scene, not unlike the rising Henry Kissinger of 45 years ago. I sensed also a bravado, and the intention to polish his public speaking skills on these smaller and adoring crowds who fawn over him and most likely attend to his every need as if he were a rock star.
The woman who introduced Raj Patel for this speech spent 4 minutes reciting his credentials, achievements, UN resume and so forth before she called him up. It was more than overkill. If we have a false world messiah in the making here, then you and I have unprecedented access to the “Before the Maitreya announcement Patel” and can compare that 11 months later to the “After the Messiah announcement Patel”. Indeed there is a change taking place.
[ During Patel's appearance Mr. Colbert conducted himself in a manner so vulgar and bizarre I thought he had lost his mind. Patel just sat there smiling the whole time, admittedly he did not seem to be very comfortable with the antics being displayed. I want readers to compare that appearance with the University of Windsor appearance below, to note the profound changes in Raj Patel since January of 2010.]
Pay close attention to what he says in his last 12 minutes, as all the coded phrases and keywords for what he wants to do are all there. He who has ears, let him / her hear.
Raj Patel Speaks About the Global Food Crisis at the University of Windsor:
More video appearances by Raj Patel in 2010:
Chase Kyla Hunter