This “Truth Movement” has been happening for quite awhile now. Those of us who have been involved in it for a significant amount of time have seen the public awareness of factual information which has been commonly referred to as “conspiracy theory” rise exponentially. Most people you meet are aware of the questions surrounding the attacks of 9/11. Large numbers of people understand the devious nature of the banking system. Significant segments of the world population are finally becoming informed about, and in turn adopting a righteous hostility toward, the one world government system that is being rolled out by the mainstream media as the only solution to the engineered global economic collapse and the totally fabricated “climate crisis.”
The once sovereign nations of the planet are very rapidly being brought under the umbrella of a system of “global governance.” This is very public nowadays, with Obama figure-heading the recent G-20 summit where it was declared that we need a “New World Order” where a “world authority” will regulate the “globalized economy.” For those who don’t know, the economic system of any country is the basis for its government; so this was a hardly veiled declaration by all of the world’s power entities that they are now taking steps to solidify a system of global government. The plan is to set up the United Nations as a global authority under which the individual nations are simply “states,” the laws and practices of which are dictated to by the top.
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The popular rhetoric spewed by all of the so-called leaders of the Truth Movement focuses on targeting the people in power, claiming that if we are able to somehow remove them from power, we have solved our problem. What I am arguing is that the people in power are interchangeable, and simply mechanisms by which a very old process is reaching the stage of fruition. We are rapidly approaching the end of a very long cycle.
These official talkers, on the Patriot stations and websites, typically talk about Jews and Masons and whatever else, and how they have hijacked our system, and if we can simply take it back though some unexplainable means, and transfer power over to Ron Paul or whoever else, we can use new technologies for good and establish a paradise on earth. Let me state clearly that I am not claiming these people in power are not responsible for their actions. I am simply saying that if they were not there, others would be. They are playing a role.
Take a brief look at the history of “civilization” and what you see is an virtually unbroken line of slavery and oppression. There are almost no examples of governments that were not oppressive. From Sumer, Egypt, and Rome, to European feudalism, and up through modern day capitalist and communist systems, there is always a small elite ruling over a mass of peasants. As everything about our society changes, this remains a constant. This is the simple fact of the matter. What we are seeing now with the encroachment of this scientific dictatorship is merely the logical conclusion to the process of what is commonly referred to as “progress.”
Civilization is based upon the centralization of a power structure over vast numbers of people. Centralized power necessitates centralized leadership and control. Whenever you have this, you are going to have a situation where very intelligent people who desire to be in control are able to attain these positions. These people are psychopaths. That is the personality type that seeks power over other people. Normal people don’t have this desire, and will generally even feel uncomfortable with the idea of holding such positions. Again, history bares witness. As technology advances, power becomes further centralized, with the ruling forces able to exercise control over finer and finer details of our lives.
And what if we did put Ron Paul (or some like minded populist) in charge? Never mind the fact that this is impossible, given the state of the popular media, which ultimately makes people’s choices for them. Let’s say it happened, and by some inexplicable miracle, the real powers behind the throne did not have him assassinated. For starters, in this globalized world of free trade, where slaves in China can make everything for cheaper than people in the first world where people are accustomed to a semi-decent standard of living, his free market capitalism would be utterly useless in stemming the collapsing markets of the United States, as it is no longer viable for corporations to produce anything here. As a matter of fact, given globalization, and the fact that technology has made the world a very small place, independent nations are themselves no longer viable. It just doesn’t make sense. The people talking about Ron Paul saving us are trying to bring back a system of doing things that simply cannot work in this new age of ours.
The pertinent question here is: how exactly has technological society improved the quality of our lives? Even the most ardent supporters of “progress” have a very difficult time answering this question. People will eventually give improvements in health care as a definite benefit of the scientific age, as this is really the only one which even appears to make sense. However, other than the infant mortality rate (which is something I plan to examine in detail in a future essay), I think it is hard to argue our health has improved at all, even with the abundance of futuristic medical technology. Virtually everything in our environment contains toxic chemicals; our bodies are infested with them. We are inundated with electromagnetic radiation. The food we eat is for the most part poisonous. Our water is filled with drugs, fluoride and poison. People lived better and often longer before any of this technology existed (the statistics for the average lifespans of pre-civilized people factor in infant deaths; these folks often lived to be 100).
When we then examine the positives of tribal living, it becomes clear that as far as quality of life, there really is no comparison at all. For instance, cutting out “work”, which I find to be an utterly horrid concept, would make my life exponentially better. To this people will often respond with claims that tribal people did work, and some will even claim they worked harder than us, which is a nonsensical statement. The “work” that pre-civilized people did was solely related to providing for basic survival needs; no one was making a profit off of them. Picture a tribe who’s main source of food is fish. Their “work” then consists of: fishing. That is it. The women would be responsible for making whatever clothing was needed, which in warmer climates, where people generally lived, was minimal, and sometimes people simply went nude (the profound psychological and spiritual implications of nudity among tribal people will be examined in depth in the near future). Possibly people would stitch together tents, or build huts of some type (if they didn’t live in caves), but this was not something that had to be done very often. I would imagine all of these activities were rather enjoyable, and as such they can be in no way compared to the wage slavery of modern man. Another example to cite is the buffalo hunters of the American planes. The buffalo were an abundant food source, and very easy to kill. These people lived bountiful lives.
Cutting out work, one has time to spend with ones family and tribesmen, having fun, telling stories, making music, creating art, dancing, making love to the wife, joking with the old folks and generally living it up. People lived at peace with God and nature, and where we, in the age of discontent, have holes in our hearts and a yearning for something real, they had peace. Their lives were the diametric opposite of our own.
What I am offering is a different way to look at our own existence, a new paradigm in which everything makes sense. What is happening is happening because we have abandoned our own human nature and gotten lost in an artificial world that is incapable of providing us with the meaning our souls long for. Civilizations have come and gone for millions of years. The ancients have told the tale of global empires which risen and fallen, and this too will pass. As the world burns around us, we stand at the edge of something marvelous.