posted on Dec, 8 2012 @ 06:53 AM
I have heard the expression: "You want to change the world? Change yourself." I guess what that means is that individuals waking up will result
in society making changes.
But how can individuals wake themselves up? I think one way is to analyze the rationale the minions of the powers that be use to justify what
So far I've gathered three terms that seem to encapsulate their guidelines:
- The Noble Lie
- Creative Destruction
- Cyclical Collapse
My understanding is that the concept of The Noble Lie originated with Plato. Right there we have a source of confusion. Plato is considered a source
of wisdom. His allegory of the cave is a vivid metaphor that is often quoted. But how can a lie be noble?
The term Creative Destruction started out as a term related to economics, I understand, and then expanded to politics - as in empire building. I am
very impressed with how clever
that term is. It sounds so positive
, like tearing down an old dilapidated building that is an eye-sore
and replacing it with a beautifully landscaped energy-efficient architecturally beautiful new building. It's sort of a psychological bait and
The term Cyclical Collapse evidently came out of the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations in London - the center of the world's brainwashing
operation. It sounds so innocent - as if it's normal and natural, like the seasons.
Are there more terms like these? I think the more we can identify the smarter we'll get.