posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 06:54 AM
Well, there's no need for in your face fascism when you've got an overwhelming percentage of the population too indoctrinated, docile, and fearful
of the government to do anything about the policies in place and/or being set into place.
This is mental fascism. Do what everyone else does, or be left out. Follow the law, buy into the business at hand, and be quiet about your own
thoughts questioning the system that is, or starve and be left out in the street.
No longer are children brought up to learn basic survival skills like hunting, gathering, building, and growing your own livelihood. Instead, we are
taught to consume endlessly, depend on the state and corporations, and submit to the established law. Freedom to do what they tell you that you should
do. You have the option of not complying, but your avenues of doing so are very limited and in most cases very hard to accomplish... and that's where
the instilled fear comes into play.
The media is owned by monopolies.... the same monopolies which control the military industrial complex and the banking cartels.
We are at the hub of international corporate fascism, and at this point, it can't even be said that we are at the very least a democracy because even
the voting system is contracted to corporations, which base their whole business on profit...just like every other business... and profit knows no
Since we are at the hub, we are as a whole very well oiled, with the illusion of freedom of choice being our biggest motivator. We are the
transmission. If we break down, the entire world breaks down and is virtually unrepairable... and we seem to have been the Ferrari of the world
economy for ages, so really if our transmission failed, it would be an immense loss. All the other parts can break down and be and be replaced, but if
the transmission fails, you might as well junk the whole thinng... and nobody really wants to junk the Ferrari just yet...
Fascism of old was a junker.... only guaranteed for a few years.... but it has been honed into a precision piece of machinery that can run smoothly
for decades, as long as the caretakers are vigilant. A ferrari driven in the right hands could easily win tropies, but instead we've got a bunch of
drivers drunk on power figuring that if they "lose control" and let the cars behind them slam into their rear, that they can collect the insurance
money and go have another luxury sports car built. We are becoming disposable used junk, slaves to the whim of drunken and arrogant owners.
Corporate totalitarianism is a good phrase to describle this, since corporate monopoly of the world knows not the concept of waste.