So basically, this makes no sense to me. Allow me to explain:
There is no "global elite" set in stone. This is black and white thinking, which leads to psychosis.
There ARE individuals who for brief moments in time, wield a lot of power in whatever industry they're in, and they will often group together for
certain projects. Okay, but guess what? Their poo smells, they get old and fail, and one day will die.
Out of... let's pick an arbitrary number of 100,000 global elites, perhaps 2% or greater die out each year. Why so high? They're old. You're rarely a
global elite if you're not at least half-way through your life.
So it's different super groups, constantly evolving, with dynamic shifts in perceptions and group beliefs over time. Taking all of this into
consideration, I see absolutely no indication that a centralized power-heirarchy is going to be abolished anytime soon.
It could happen, but I think what's more likely is that stronger players will take out older/weaker players with fresh ideas/beliefs. That means
things shift from one way towards it's counter balance. It could ultimately that we switch from centralization towards decentralization, but this is
happening more in tech, and just starting in culture, it's still a while off before it trickles down into society at large, and the political realm in
Elite see problems as solutions waiting to be played out. Even these problems which seem insurmountable, with the only solutions away from the
"elite", it will simply not happen to any remarkable degree until a post-apocalypse atmosphere arises. Gradual change is just not fast enough for
where we're heading.
Anyhoo, it made a slight chuckle. All that's leaving is the belief of control over certain styles of perceiving the world around us. Doesn't mean that
control of perception is going out the grasp of select strong players, aka the elite. I think we've still got a lot of chaos to go before people are
willing to completely blow up their own worlds.
reply to post by MidnightTide
Things seeming to fall into chaos is part of the plan. Actually going off the rails is not. I think some elite are really forward thinking, however
many blind-sights they carry. In other instances they just don't much care, or bother to notice the impact of their actions. Any which way you look at
it, the amount of chaos which is being put into place far exceeds the older/weaker elites ability to control it.
People often get confused with cause and effect, and things which players are in control of, vs what they perceive as merely inevitable. This is in
reference to issues like climate change, agenda 21, and global government. It's not evil to see the species is on an unsustainable track, and offer
solutions, however limiting they may appear from our current set of living arrangements.
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