The top of the pyramid depends upon the whole of the pyramid and the whole of the pyramid depends upon its base. So, where do we think the real power lies?
Society basically consists of three classes of people:
- the upper class; who have most of the money
- the middle class; who work to keep the money flow going
- the lower class; who work for their own upkeep and ...
.. to keep the middle class working to the benefit and ...
.. further enrichment of, surprise-surprise, the upper class.
A self-serving feedback loop.
Who do you think came up with that one?
Energy - It is recognized as the key to all activity on earth. Natural science is the study of the sources and the control of natural energy. Social science, theoretically expressed as economics, is the study of the sources and the control of social energy. Both are bookkeeping systems: mathematics. Therefore, mathematics is the primary energy science and the bookkeeper can be king if the public can be kept ignorant of the methodology of the bookkeeping. All science is merely a means to an end. The means is knowledge. The end is control. Beyond this only one issue remains: who the beneficiary will be.
Governance - The principle idea of 'government' was to make sure that each person's freedoms and rights were protected, that no one was forced to do anything against its will by any other person or any group of persons; to arbitrate and protect when disputes arose. The 'law' was simple: whenever someone's freedoms and rights infringed upon the same of another, it was the governor's job to point it out. This was the government's main purpose and each governor was voluntarily supported by the community who (s)elected them.
Then, one day ... function creep.
Reversal - Governments, and their tentacles, have become a monstrosity; together they are a vampire of gigantic proportions; a global parasite, and whatever governments come up with, none of them do the work nor carry the burden, the people do. What good is 'government' then, when the people do all the work and bear the yoke as it is anyway?
Leaching - No matter how 'government' sees itself, it behaves as a parasite and any threat to its existence is being dealt with in a manner that destroys the threat to ensure the survival of the parasite. The nature of a parasite is to thrive on its host, in many cases crippling it, eventually killing it, killing itself in the process. The general parasite doesn't 'think' long-term, only short-term. However, there exists another kind of parasite; the one that does 'think' long-term, sort of, the Homo Concoctus.
Masters and Servants - The 'masters' themselves require resources as well and use 'servants' to obtain it, which means the 'masters' are not self-sufficient. They are as much dependent on creation and nature as everyone else is. They are, in truth, more fearful than the average person since they need us more than we need them. That's why they spend most of their time making plans only about us; worrying about how to govern us, how to control us.
Illusions - The masters will do everything it takes, anything, to maintain the topsy-turvy, upside down pyramid illusion - and as long as the illusion can be maintained, bondage will be the servant's reality - no matter the fairy tales the servants invent for themselves to 'believe in' meant to cope with the ever-encroaching void upon their lifes causing a sense of apparent helpless- and hopelessness.
Safety In Numbers - They use war, poverty, disease, fear, strive, animosity ... the list is endless, to survive because our numbers have become too great, there are too many of us for them to control. For them there lurks this ever-present danger: we would overrun them once we realise our power.
The Reality - It is not the chain of command, it is the chain of obedience. Workers do not need kings, kings dó need workers. Without workers, kings are lost, helpless; they will stand empty-handed. What are masters without slaves since without slaves there are no masters.
Damn The Torpedoes - The top of the pyramid depends upon the whole of the pyramid and the whole of the pyramid depends upon its base. So, where do we think the real power lies?
Freedom - Wake up then and see the reality for what it is. Throw off the shackles, cease to be slaves, and the masters will be no more ...