Anyone who studies systems theory knows from statistics and experience that decentralization yields stability and life, while centralization gives
reign to chaos and death sooner or later. Centralization is essentially blind and works technical marvels with the same results, the same as
Hansens disease destroys the nervous system gradually and deforms the health of the body as in nations. It requires far more wisdom than any of the
dim bulbs whose sole concern is gaining blobs of money and power to make over centralization and kleptocracy to "work."
Nice analysis, SkipShipman. I agree completely.
Americans have been severely dumbed down over the past few decades, encouraged to amuse themselves with their 9 to 5 jobs and quarter-million $$$
mortgages, and Hummers and similar trash. This all comes at a massive cost to the third world, but we don't have to actually see those children
starve, so what's the problem?
Everyone should read
"Confessions of an Economic
" by John Perkins. In this book (written in 2004) you will see how America has conducted an economic war against the poorest and least
educated nations on Earth. Perkins was an EHM, and in his book he describes how EHMs went in to a lot of countries (Panama, Saudi Arabia, Iraq) and
tried to saddle those nations with massive debt to cripple them, perpetually. If that didn't work, as Perkins says, the jackals would move in and
use force or destabilization to get their way. So if you are a capitalist, you must accept the un-american nature of some of the US's actions.
To me, the NWO reveals itself most clearly in the battle between capitalism and socialism/communism. These systems are two sides of the same coin,
and we are fooled into arguing about them, not to mention killing for them. Really though, both capitalism and communism require humans, like how a
motor needs oil/fuel. As a result of these system's dependence on human oil/fuel, both capitalism and communism will ALWAYS be corrupted by the very
oil/fuel inside their motors. Capitalism becomes Gordon-Gecko-style greed and elitism (self defeating in the end), and communism will always become
totalitarian due to the irresistable nature of power.
Every time someone accepts one side, communism or capitalism, they can passionately defend their side. The communist says "let the state control the
money" but then the state is hijacked by the commissars. The capitalist says "The free market works and we just have to train the poor." but
that's a lie, and in fact capitalism is synonymous with slavery, since humans are 'capital'. That's why your corporation has a department called
"Human Resources". That's what you are to either side: A human resource, to be mined, compressed or disposed of just like any other
So to me, the problem lies at the core of the financial lies we have been told. We are encouraged to take sides as either a capitalist or a
socialist, but in so doing, we are accepting the gameboard as it has been laid out.
There really is no reason to play this game. As Skip points out, decentralization, not just of government, but of our own IDEAS will protect us
longer. More people need to spend more time inside their own heads, coming up with their own opinions. So long as each of us cheer for teams who are
actually two sides of the same bank-controlled coin, little will change, IMO.
[edit on 11-8-2005 by smallpeeps]