Capitalising on our confusion

A great summation of the manipulation of a society’s confusion from https://www.rivenrod.com

madworldIndividual countries and indeed the entire globe is a multi-divisional corporation where executive politicians and civil servants manage day to day business. These people are the “faces” of the organisation(s) but, no matter how much they squabble, name-call and posture, they have no real power.

In control is The Board of Directors, the actual “owners”, who are shadowy individuals pulling their strings from a safe distance, making them dance to a bigger, orchestrated tune. Nothing happens without their say-so and even though they influence just about everything in our lives we, the people so to speak, can never be entirely sure who they are.

These “owners” capitalise on our confusion.

In increasingly sophisticated ways they monetise and powertise our basic instincts – greed, need for security, need for food, heat, shelter etc. They control and suppress, often entire nations, by reminding us whenever necessary that they can remove these “basics” so…

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