Originally posted by ProfEmeritus
England against Iceland, Obama against McCain, Wall Street against Main Street, each blaming the other, WHILE THE REAL CULPRITS sit back, laugh and
wait for the wars to start.
Who are those that are sitting back and waiting?
They are IN the English government. They are IN the American government. They are in governments around the world. Since they have no real name,
what are we to call them if not to identify them where they work?
If people, say in the Enslavement of Iceland thread, decide that this means the English people
and either begin to defend their government
because of a false sense that their government works for them, or conversely attack the people themselves because of a false sense that the English
government represents the people, that merely shows the depths of their delusion.
By and large, there are no governments that work to defend their own people
their people to the minimum they must in order
to have less hostility at home than abroad. And, they wage a constant war against their own people in terms of propaganda and economic policy to
lower that level that those people will agree accept as minimum.
I do not confuse the English people with those that govern them, any more than I confuse the American governors with her people. But that does not
mean I will not say "American business interests" or "British business interests" or even "America" or "Britain." I take it as a given that
any real thinker will realize that the driving force of these countries and their political maneuvering is not the people, pretense of democracy
aside, I expect that people will realize that these are competing groups of self interest, with the "self interest" only truly representing the rich
and powerful elite.
Those who jump to the conclusion that I would be talking about the peasants, yes peasants, you and I, the serfs, the indentured servants of those
masters, I am not really that concerned with convincing. To jump to that conclusion they would have to be laboring under the assumption that their
leaders represent them, and I am not in the business of teaching "Seeing the truth 101." I am interested in finding other thinkers that are able to
discuss the actual mechanics of what is being done, why, and what strategies are being used to wage this war of global dominance.
The people have always had the upper hand in terms of number. The whole system collapses without our compliance. Yet time and time again from time
immemorial we act against out own self interests, our little peasant interests, in order to push forward the agenda of those who drain our blood like
vampires. This is because the "illuminati" know one truth. They are not all wise and all powerful. They flounder and repeat over and over again
the same mistakes. They are short sighted and are harming not only us, but themselves in the long run. These are not evil geniuses in the true sense
of the world.
The one thing they know is exactly what I have in my signature. The truth about human nature. That no one wants to know, or cares about at all, the
truth. It is unpopular. It is frightening. Often it is not glamorous enough. It requires action on our parts, responsibility. We want pretty lies
that reinforce the illusion we already have about our lives, the world, God, life itself. All they do, the Illuminati, is figure out what they want,
and then figure out a way to convince us that what they want is in alignment with our own illusions. It is a simple thing, really, hardly genius.
It is one simple technique that they have used over and over, recycled generation after generation, because it works. Why on Earth would I, or
anyone, seeing the undeniable effectiveness of this program decide that telling the truth to the "people," who are already laboring happily under
illusion, is the answer? People who are laboring under the illusion that their government represents them and other governments represent the people
of that country are, by and large, not convincable. They are operating from such a deep and unconscious state of fear that they cannot be reached
Nothing is going to change this dynamic until the fear of not changing becomes greater than the fear of change itself. And we are not there yet. I
do not believe it is a "negative" to portray America in an unfavorable light, or Britain. It begs the question of the individual, do I
for the same things my leaders stand for? I like the fact that it makes some blind followers uncomfortable that their country and its policies are
being attacked as ruthless bloodsuckers. I liked it when it was my own country being attacked in that way. That pain will drive you one way or the
other, further into the delusion or into a new way of looking at your leaders as separate from yourself.
Those who retreat further into delusion are not redeemable. Whatever is to be done in terms of changing the world must be done despite them, not with
them. Those who become uncomfortable enough will begin to blink and wake up. However it isnt the reasoned truth that will awaken anyone, it is when
the delusion becomes more painful than the truth.
People who identify with their leadership become upset when their countries policies are attacked? Good. It is their opportunity to examine whether
or not they support those policies, and whether or not their leaders work for them. I dont see peoples pain, upset, and anger as a negative. I see
it as our only hope.