posted on Dec, 17 2013 @ 02:31 AM
reply to post by Mon1k3r
Control is a very important endeavor to maintain when one has it. Repression is the biggest business.
My favorite example in broad day light of this in action is the CD. First they sold CD players for a grand each, milked that out as long as possible,
then they released the tech to burn them for a grand each, more milking... then they released the players the would not only burn but rewrite for yet
another grand each, when we could have had the rewrite from the very first. It's a very good example of how this control process works in all
Not to mention the psyops games to manipulate the markets, oh no fiscal cliff to exploit the bond market, oh no terrorism to exploit the oil trade, of
course to keep control you have to manufacture and manipulate things in your favor to stack the deck.
Make people think they are more than animals so they won't know they are being manipulated using their animal drives beyond their control... it's
spectacular the amount of thought and vision that has gone into rigging the game and the game has been rigged for a very very very long time.
Reseacrh the story of the Unilever company, with soft soap... the existing soap companies had a commanding foothold how did unilever squeeze in? They
bought up every bit of tech that would dispense liquid soap as a hand pump... the big companies had no choice but let them in
But yeah this post is cool and yet seemingly old news to many people at the same time by thousands of years, because of repression. I actually use the
repression, and other scare the market tactics as a predictive tool... great for investments if you wanna play the game as an outsider, might as well
see it and play it, it's not going anywhere any time soon.