a reply to: teapot
All of the control freakery and fear peddling to achieve total control is down to the same basic reason and that is money.
Control to achieve control is because money?
You're not making a lot of sense with this statement, and you have confused your reasons and outcomes here.
Money is something they can create as much as they want out of thin air. Money is in the hand of private banks, it's not generated by governments
(anymore). Furthermore, the most vicious bstrds of this planet already own the whole planet many times over, they have all the money in the world, why
would money (such a trivial thing to them) be a motivator for them?
Do you think they're happy if they just get enough money?
They already have more than enough. From some estimates, the R-family owns around 500 trillion in money, possessions, land, wealth, real estate,
assets and so on and so forth. Money is nothing to someone like this, they want something MORE.
If they were happy about having just money, why would they implement all kinds of control structures so much?
As Steven Greer (I don't trust him anymore, but he did spew some interesting truths in his time) once said, money is something you need to put your
kids through college. When you have trillions, money has no excitement value or appeal. It's just there. What do you care if your bank account has
this or that number, if you're practically swimming in it anyway? One million or even billion here or there is not gonna make a difference when you
have more than you could ever spend even if you tried your hardest.
Money is fake, it's artificial, it's fabricated, it's trivial (to those that have it).
It's like someone relatively wealthy being obsessed about regular, everyday, cheap bread. I mean, they can acquire the most expensive bread in the
world multiple times every day if they so wish, and have it flown to them straight and fresh from a french bakery by supersonic private jets and have
it still be warm when it arrives. Imagine someone like this being obsessed with buying cheap bread from supermarkets. It just doesn't compute.
Money is the same thing to these people that have no shortage of it. When you already have something, you stop craving for it. You can't become
obsessed about something you already have.
Interestingly, you mention 'control' multiple times, and yet fall back on 'money'.
Control is real. Money is fabricated. Owning actual wealth (like real estate, houses, cars, and so on) is real. Owning some paper slips with something
printed on them that are 'valuable' only because people BELIEVE it is, is fake. Owning some numbers in a computer's memory that's supposedly
'valuable', just because banks say so, is fake.
Owning people is the ultimate possession and acquirement. Since slavery is illegal and unlawful, this provides the greatest challenge someone that has
'everything' can accept; how to make people bow to you, especially out of their free will, in a world, where slavery is outlawed?
Control is real, as I mentioned, and total control is the wet dream of the elite psycho that has everything else already. They can't ever have you,
your mind, your soul, your free will to bend to theirs. Or can they?
I mean, if they could, wouldn't that be the ultimate power?
Control and power are aphrodisiacs, as some donkey's bottom once verbally vomited somewhere. Money is not.
Money, being 'not real', can only take you so far. It only seems real because of its functionality, but that can stop any second. When they outlaw
cash finally, you'll see what 'money' is really worth.
Money is basically a chain, a tool to control slaves, it's societal handcuffs, invisible prison, a lock that keeps everyone both busy and enslaved.
Why would it be about 'money'?
Control and power - they won't stop until they have all of it, and total it. I mean, total control is better than 'some control'. Total power is more
enticing than 'some power'.
It's very tricky and complex to get 'total control', and Creator knows, TPTB have tried this throughout history many times and in many ways, and
regular people have always suffered en masse, through wars, famine, experimentation, and so on.
They're incredibly patient, and their evil plans are so 'timeless' that most people lose sight of it, and only focus on the 'immediate' (which is only
a symptom of the more 'everlasting'). They can suffer setbacks and still go forward in their agenda. They don't look for what's going on in 10 years,
they look through hundreds of years, so it doesn't matter WHEN they finally achieve this 'total control' and have 'total power' - they can wait, and
Of course sometimes some of them become impatient and hurry things, but that can cause setbacks in their horrible plan - this whole 'corona' thing has
certainly sped up something about their plans, suddenly it freels incredibly rushed, almost as if they have some kind of time limit even though they
have an eye (pun intended) in the future.
If someone really thinks anyone with true power is motivated by something so puny and artificial as 'money', they really haven't done their research
In any case, what I am saying, is that their perspective spans aeons, but there's still a weird sense of rushing recently.