reply to post by TheTruthCqer
If secret societies are really running the world then why as smart human beings don't we all study their revelealed doctrines, such as that of the
rosicrucians in order to understand these people in order to prepare a resitance against them if their plan is really to eliminate most of us.?
You could study them all your life, and it would do no good.
The reason why secret societies are so useful in achieving our enslavement is for two main reasons: First, they are not the ones giving orders (they
help implement them), and two, they have a very good system in place that would identify anyone who might oppose them, and almost certainly, they
would identify you long before you learned anything of consequence.
If we would like to truly challenge the elite, it might be nice to have a leader. But sadly, our masters know this could be a problem, so "leaders"
are identified, and kept pretty well under control. If anyone appears to be getting too powerful, forces can be brought to bear that would
neutralize, or eliminate the threat. I suppose someone might think of a JFK-type here. Could be. But look what happened to him. And he wasn't
exactly a Napoleon, which just goes to show, very little serious opposition will be tolerated.
Is it all "hopeless"? Maybe. Maybe not. One thing that "could" put a bee in our master's bonnet would be something like a potent viral
"conviction", that was inimical to some part of the foundation of their master plan. If the conviction was able to spread, and reach a critical
mass, before they killed it, perhaps something like a true paradigm-shift could change the game, and change it enough to threaten them, long enough to
overcome their next chess move.
The kind of "conviction" I'm talking about might be no less powerful than what we usually think of as "religious". Some idea, that takes hold of
people's hearts, and minds. Whatever it may be, it is enough for people to actually be willing to risk their lives because of it.
Such seemed to be the actual case some centuries ago, when Christians went into the lions, or more recently, when the American colonists did indeed
risk life, reputation, wealth and personal liberty, to achieve a greater "liberty", so that, for at least one place on earth, they could pursue the
ever-illusive "happiness", that our masters have never thought us worthy of.