Good questions. Lots of talk about all the things going on, but not so much about "why" our masters do what they do, and ultimately, as you put it,
maybe we should ask what their "end game" might be?
While I'm not a religionist personally, I do sometimes like the poetic and metaphorical ways the ancients put things, and I also think that they can
offer us some insight into human nature. And that's what we're dealing with, notwithstanding those who will jump in with the "alien" agenda
In Genesis, we find the story of why Adam and Eve got kicked out of the Garden. The "serpent" came along, and tempted them. Here might be a key:
"Ye shall be, as gods!"
Yeah, we want to live forever. And yeah, we want back into the Garden too. Whatever we believe, the point is, this may shed some light on the
We have this tremendous instinct to "survive". If our air is choked off, we instinctively will "fight to the death", if we have to. Survival is
so important, that it may be what is behind all "religious" paradigms, since we all desperately want to believe that we can survive death even.
And so it is with our masters. They are not so different than the rest of us, except for one thing. They enjoy incredible multigenerational
wealth and power. As a result, they naturally would deploy their wealth and power to achieve these basic human pursuits, which are:
Immortality and readmittance to the "Garden", or perhaps what we would call "Utopia" today.
Over time, generations, they have come to some conclusions that may not be so evident to the average bear. They may in fact have come to believe that
these ancient human "goals", as seemingly unattainable as they are, are in fact within our reach. Especially at this late stage in history.
What they are doing with their immense wealth could also be construed as a "story" of people who are seriously trying to achieve something like
"immortality". Think about it. When Pharaoh, or Caesar, or Napoleon, or whoever you choose died, were not great "timeless" monuments built?
Even "timeless" victories might be celebrated with "timeless" edifices, regardless of cost.
Obviously, much of our programming wants to chalk it all up as major ego, but the point is, we have lots of evidence all around us, going back
thousands of years, that tells us what human behavior is like for the Elite.
What if the world was your "apple"? I know, back to that old metaphor. But seriously, what if you could somehow achieve "immortality", if
not for you personally, perhaps for your progeny then? Is this not exactly what we see? And we haven't even touched on the incredible recent leaps
in science that could put a whole new spin on this issue.
What would this "look like"? How would the application of massive wealth, in pursuit of these ends, manifest itself?
Well, today our masters may not be content merely building monuments to their huge egos. Perhaps they might even endeavor to build nations. And,
having succeeded there, perhaps they could build confederations, and unions, and eventually, enjoy the entire world under their undisputed
Certainly, the "shared goal" you might say, that "unites" them in their pursuit, as mentioned above, would be enough to make things "appear" as
if there was a very grand "conspiracy" indeed, even if there was none. But, as time went on, such actually became the case, as secret societies,
and subverted religions, etc., were all deployed to get humanity to that place that the masters so ardently desire.
This place might be called "Utopia", but that would all depend upon your perspective. If you, and your children, could be in charge, and have the
rest catering to your every whim, well then it would be fantastic! Except for the rest of us, who must do the catering, and groveling, and toiling on
what would be, from our perspective, a world-wide "plantation".
"Their" utopia might also include vast tracts of "re-wilded" lands for them to enjoy, without the miserable slaves coming out of the woodwork.
Logically, their utopia will only call for so-many slaves, enough to serve, but not so many that could become unmanageable, and certainly not so many
that could compete someday for eventual hegemony. This will not do. And so, what we call "depopulation", in it's many insidious forms, makes all
too much sense, unfortunately, for the 90% of us who must get out of their way, if they are to enjoy their dreams.
That's the basics, and yet there are other details that often confuse those who honestly try and get their heads around it all. Do factions of the
"elite" always agree on how to get from here, to there? No, of course not, and history is full of wars that seem to prove just that. It's not an
important issue really, but some will use the idea to "disprove" the likelihood of conspiracy.
But the key is understanding WHO "they" are. I think it's useful to think of them in terms of a religious cult perhaps. In a religious cult,
there is dogma, rules, things they all follow. In practice, the best example of their behavior in this regard would be to observe the European
nobility. Do they "intermarry"? Or is that just for the proles to do? If one of them stepped out of line, could they even be killed? Yes, think
Princess Diana. Her sacred seed would not be mixed with that of the beastly Arab. It would not do, and she is dead. But their "seed", remains
It's not quite as simple as this however. There is an esoteric element to their "faith" you might say, that observes occult "rules" that go
beyond the scope of this small presentation. But our masters, through experience, have learned from whence power and success come, and so their
"faith" you might say, is continually "reinforced" by the many terrible things they do. After all, they can indeed look back at their ancestors,
and triumphantly conclude that "might makes right", that crime pays, and that the more ruthless, the better. This is "their" precious history,
passed on from generation, to generation.
All of this is hard for the average person to fathom of course. But why should the barber's son, or the farmer's daughter, ever even need to think
about such things?
Anyway, a star and flag to you. "Submit and die?" Indeed, in their tradition, it is their "right" to demand it, if it suits their plans or
Such is the "real" world we live in... (Sigh)