In response to my post last week on Brexit, I was asked the following:
C. Stayton June 24, 2016 at 5:15 AM
BM, I'm curious - do you have a conspiracy theorist streak in you? You talk about One World Government, and in an article earlier this week you used the term "false flag." Do you think the EU is part of a greater plot by the globalists (or the cult elite, or the illuminati, or whatever you want to call them) to gain universal control? I'd love to hear your thoughts on this.
bionic mosquito June 24, 2016 at 9:43 PM
There is an "elite." They are not God, they are not gods. They don't always have the same objectives, but they take advantage of the same toolkit: central banking, regulatory democracy, etc.
Their plans work better the larger and fewer the political entities that must be controlled - hence the "success" of the EU is one pillar.
Yet, Britain's vote came out this way. Why? Interesting...
Eventually, central planning fails. The elite have convinced us that "we" are in charge. Their whole act falls apart if "we" see that we are not.
For this reason they will give up much in order to protect central banking and regulatory democracy. They also fear nuclear war (and the beast they created in the US may be getting a little out of control).
All of these factors help to shape my view on events, rightly or wrongly.
I feel it worthwhile to expand on these thoughts, especially as I put together the Brexit post rather quickly and almost immediately after the results were known; I have since had some time to further reflect on both the event of Brexit and the question.
There is an "elite." They are not God, they are not gods.
Steve Rogers (aka Captain America) is getting ready to jump into a tangle with and between Thor, Loki and Iron Man, two of the three of whom (Thor and Loki) are other-worldly (and dressed like they are performing Shakespeare in the Park):
Natasha Romanoff: “I'd sit this one out, Cap.”
Steve Rogers: “I don't see how I can.”
Natasha Romanoff: “These guys come from legend. They're basically gods.”
Steve Rogers: “There's only one God, ma'am, and I'm pretty sure he doesn't dress like that.”
There is an elite; they are not gods.
Paraphrased (and I wish I can remember where I first read it): Democracy is the system where you falsely believe that you and your wife have twice the political pull of someone named Rockefeller.
There are a relatively small handful of individuals with extraordinary pull in this world. This is so obvious that it need not be elaborated. This handful of people work covertly together on many manipulations; conspiracies, if you will. I know it is shocking to some, but individuals who intend to leverage their pull in self-serving ways tend not to discuss their plans and objectives openly.
Specific objectives may differ by individual member in this class – such individuals are highly competitive, after all, and compete amongst each other. They are also individuals – each with their own subjective value scale. They are, after all, human – but if you believe they are gods, well the gods were a pretty competitive bunch, were they not? They don’t always agree on everything.
They don't always have the same objectives, but they take advantage of the same toolkit: central banking, regulatory democracy, etc.
What they have in common is the desire to maintain and extend the system – what I once coined “the toolkit.” A key element of this toolkit is central banking as this is where the theft comes into play; equally important is regulatory democracy, as this extends the possibility of theft with the consent of the victims. (Public education is equally important, but not extremely relevant to this discussion of Brexit.)
I think I need not expand on the theft that is central banking. We have witnessed it in its most overt and brazen form since 2008; if it ain’t obvious to you by now, more words from me won’t help. As to regulatory democracy, I will take each word individually.
Regulatory: laws, rules, and regulations passed under the guise of benefitting the consumer, protecting the citizens, aiding small business, and improving society; the real purpose is to limit competition, gain political favor, and control the masses – enhancing the value of assets owned or otherwise controlled by the elite while keeping the rest of us in a passive state.
Democracy: fooling the people into thinking that they are in charge, that they are the government. This way the people willingly and happily pay enormous sums for the privilege of whitewashing the fences of the elite and their tools (politicians and the like).
Central banking and regulatory democracy: this is how the elite get to steal from the masses without using overt force. Much more effective (and lucrative) than the brute force of communism.
But there is one more thing, not included in my initial, brief comment: the politicians keeping their promises. Your standard of living will increase; you will be taken care of in sickness and health; you will live comfortably in retirement; a good middle-class job awaits you upon completion of your education; we will keep you safe; you are the government; we are public servants. The list is pretty long.
We have to admit that in the west we have had it pretty good. Our standard of living is the envy of much of the world. No major wars on western soil in over 70 years. Not a bad run. The politicians, on behalf of the elite, have – mostly – kept their promises (the ones that get them re-elected and keep the citizenry reasonably passive, anyway).
At least so far…but the lies came openly into view beginning in 2008…the promises overtly began to break.