How TPTB maintain control : A theory
In the years I have been interested in conspiracy theories, I have always wondered how this massive house of cards hasn't come crashing down at least
a few times. As I considered this thought, and as I explored more and more conspiracies, I realized that some have certainly failed. How many things
go as planned and we end up hearing nothing of it? How many of the conspiracies we do know about were failed executions, the sloppy execution giving
us the evidence to notice it? So much else has happened that most stop looking at them, the passion for them dies. I believe this is a real strength
of TPTB. They have built a wide range of conspiracies that are so intertwined that even if one fails and the public gets a treasure trove of evidence
to prove some dastardly conspiracy has taken place, the sheer level of contingencies, scapegoats and distractions will keep the larger plans intact.
They use this wide array of conspiracies and assets to constantly distract the public from the rest or their plans. And sadly I do believe this may
also mean there is little that can be done about it.
Anytime someone is deeply offended by some new event or conspiracy they have become aware of, there are literally hundreds of things that can distract
them. While they are upset maybe a new iPhone or new Android will come out and they will find themselves caught up in that excitement. Maybe a new
movie or video game they have been waiting for comes out. Maybe their favorite sports team wins a game or a championship. Maybe a new war starts or an
attack that appeals to their emotions and distracts them. Maybe something happens locally that fires them up and makes them again believe in the
system and pulls the shroud back over their eyes. Maybe a new song becomes popular on YouTube and they get involved in that or perhaps a new
sensational Meme has caught on and they can’t resist joining in the fun. Maybe something important or exciting happens in their social circle and it
draws their attention, perhaps a marriage, death or new birth. Maybe they lose their job or get a promotion and they have to focus on more important
things. Maybe they meet an interesting girl/boy/man/woman who they want to pursue relations with. Maybe their car breaks down or their house requires
some fix. Maybe they get sick, or a child or loved one.
Any one of those things can pull someone back into the society that lives on top of all the conspiracies surrounding us, and for most people there is
at least one if not many things capable of diverting our attention away from suspicion and our questions and forces us back “to reality” as it is.
Of course if none of those things matter to you, you are considered an outcast. Having no job, no friends, no hobbies, no family, no assets, no
connections; what does society think of someone like that? Even now, studies want to suggest a person without a Social media profile is
"suspicious". People want to ridicule and judge those who fear GMO's or vaccinations. Whatever you personally think about those things, society
does work against stepping outside the boundaries it has setup for us.
The first sign of this was when I realized how much media we as humans have access to now. Just think about it for a moment:
Right now, there is simply no way you could ever play every video game, hear every song, read every book, watch every movie, watch every TV show, be
up to speed on every current event, join every local/state/national political event, read every news paper or watch every news broadcast in your
available life span. Because as you come closer to finishing more and more of each, each are expanded upon. You really end up having to focus your
hobbies and attention, “prioritize” if you will.
If you spent every waking hour devoted to a conspiracy you truly believed in, you would be labeled crazy or “obsessed”, and perhaps rightfully so.
But even those prone to obsession will find something “fun” to be obsessed with as well. And how much of that will be a distraction?
Every person has to work for some aspect of the system we reside within just to survive. We all need some form of income to support ourselves and for
most that means having a job, or family. And those require time to maintain. Time spent away from trying to uncover truths or see through lies.
I feel that TPTB spend just as much time on plotting their NWO as they do on making sure there is a steady stream of media and new toys for the public
to absorb. Or a steady stream of small scale events to stir emotions. Those who would believe conspiracies only exist on a global elite scale would
easily overlook some criminal activity in another state or town. But both big and small events could easily be spawned by the same groups. Most people
would dismiss a connection, and those who might see it get isolated and ridiculed for their paranoia. “Not everything is a Conspiracy” you might
They keep the world moving so fast that no one can see the forest for the trees. And as soon as you start to see that forest, any one of the hundred
of things that is important or of interest to you will change and you’ll be pulled back in.
So if this were true, one would have to ask if being a happy sheep is good enough? I think back to the movie “The Matrix” where the character
wants to go back into the system. He says “ignorance is bliss”. And it’s a legitimate consideration. How many think they could actually handle
the truth of the global conspiracies (assuming they are real)? Assuming they are real, how could you live within the system knowing what’s really
going on? How easily would you be labeled crazy or paranoid by speaking the truth? One man couldn't change the system.
Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs can keep most people ignorant of things. Even in today’s world, too many people need to focus on their most basic
needs, just to survive. Looking at the pyramid, how much of your focus is spent on the bottom 4 tiers? Or the bottom 3?
For many I have met in my life, any amount of mental energy spent on considering a conspiracy is too much to ask. They have too many pressing needs in
the bottom tiers of their Hierarchy of Needs. And really, no one can fault them for that. In the end, can we fault anyone who chooses not to question
or consider the world because they believe ignorance serves them and their survival best?
If “problem solving” “lack of prejudice” and “acceptance of facts” reside on the top tier, then anything that appeals to something below
will keep a person distracted from the truth….whatever that truth may be.
Anyway, that's just my theory on it.