posted on Jul, 11 2010 @ 01:07 AM
reply to post by E-ville
Are you describing the commune that you have been staying at for a week?
Your description does not strike me as being realistic at all. "A building for TV's..." Your odd enthusisiam coupled with your bizarre and rather
inaccurate description of a commune smacks of "change agent". Are you planting seeds?
What you describe as a cross between a commune and communism is what is known as institutional living. This is what TPTB have in mind for those who
survive "the culling".
They will play it up as a Utopian community. And it will be much the way you have described.
There will be a social hierarchy in which people are placed according to his/her capacity and the "rewards" will be appropriate to one's output or
labor. They will be grouped according to "likeness" so there will be "equality" within each group. In other words, sophisticated people will not
be placed in with the uneducated. This way there will be no apparent class distinctions. Communities of people of your own likeness depending on your
"station" in life.
All nations will possess the same institutions; many of these you will recognize as previously established group or "club" entities. Everything will
be run through administrators rather than governors, etc. Power will be vested in committees who will direct the operations of these communities. The
plans and organizational aspects have already been laid out.
It will also be promoted to better the condition of the poor.
Fact is, this has already been planned for. Nice trick to make people think it's their own idea. Rome is still behind it. There will be a change in
the power structure; it will be divided among corporate entities which also include religions.
Oh, and did I mention private property and inheritance will be done away with?
It may at first appear to be an ideal and practical clan type of living. It may look like "freedom" simply because it will be a radical change from
what you know now. But once there is a traumatic event and much of the population is "culled" people will be stressed and traumatized and thus,
easily led into this new institutional living scheme.
You will live on land that is owned by big corporations and run by a network of "benevolent" or "eco" organizations. You will be expected to sign
covenant agreements in order to stay. Never forget "First reliance, then compliance."