posted on Nov, 5 2012 @ 02:55 AM
We all know that pyramid schemes are illegal in most countries, correct? Right. How about the pyramid scheme we all take part in on an everyday
As a reminder, a pyramid is a structure in which you have a large base which, as it grows taller, reduces to a tip.
If you picture this structure and translate it to most everything around us, things might make more sense.
Base of this pyramid are the low-skilled workers which grows into supervisors, managers, senior managers to end with a CEO who's at the top of the
Base of this pyramid are the paid and unpaid political supporters of a party which grows into different levels of political representatives to get to
the top of the pyramid represented by the President.
Base of this pyramid are the paid and unpaid volunteers/workers which grows into levels of management to end up with a general manager or
Movie studio production:
Base of this pyramid are the paid/unpaid helpers and grows to actors, producers, screenwriter and finishes with the director of the movie.
Base of this pyramid are the 'regular' soldiers, it grows in rank and shrinks down to a general.
Base of this pyramid are the tellers, it grows again in rank and 'responsibility' to end up with a head of the bank.
Base of this pyramid are the church-goers, priests follow suit and grow to end with the pope as the head of the pyramid.
With this notion in mind, does the pyramid on the dollar bill make more sense? For those who do not understand the concept, since everything around us
has been built in a pyramid structure... how can we provoke "change" if we continue in the same pattern.
It is easy for a powerful, read wealthy, elite to set-up this giant pyramid scheme and have only a few 'all seeing eyes' to worry about per sector
(government, religion, corporations, banks, etc...). Don't forget that people are groomed to become obedient the higher up in the pyramid they wish
to grow. To do so, they have to put in more effort/time and soul crunching.
Any structure in which one person oversees the actions of thousands (corporate) or even millions (government) of people cannot be called a democracy.
The false perception we have to live in a democracy is just that, false. A real democracy would be one where every single individual would have a way
to voice his or her opinion without being subject to having to choose one individual to 'represent' them as representation in itself means that you
are functioning at reduced mental/legal faculties.
Voting for one or another political candidate, understanding this structure, is really pointless as not only are we supporting a 'legal' pyramid
scheme but we are also supporting to be represented which indicates our lack of understanding of the word representation.
Does this make sense?