Illumination, the Secret Religion: The Secret History
Published here: August 23, 2009 at 1:44 PM
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Just 6,000 people control the world. How is that possible? What factors must be in place for so few people to have so much power?
1) The 6,000 people must have a common outlook and a common purpose. It would be a disaster for them if they continually fought with each other. The Old World Order are united by their insatiable desire for money and power. 6,000 is the number that allows them to share vast wealth. If there were too many – 600,000 or 6,000,000, say – their wealth and power would be massively diluted. Also, dissension amongst their ranks would be enormously more likely.
2) The 6,000 people must exploit the threat of force to keep everyone else in their place. The army and the police provide this element of force.
3) The 6,000 must be able to spy on everyone else. The secret services provide this function.
4) The masses must be given the illusion of political choice. Democracy performs this role.
5) The masses must believe they are free. To this end, they are provided with negative liberty. This is freedom from government interference (providing the people do nothing to challenge the government).
6) The masses must have plenty of choice. Consumerism meets this need. People have endless products from which to choose. They confuse the ability to choose consumer objects with genuine choice.
7) The masses must be fed and entertained: panem et circenses – bread and circuses – as the Romans put it. Supermarkets provide abundant cheap and convenient food and drink. TV, movies, theatre, music, nightclubs, bars, playstations etc provide abundant entertainment.
8) From time to time, the masses must be able to disappear into an altered state of mind where they can temporarily put their daily problems behind them. Drugs perform this function. Alcohol, cigarettes and sedatives are the legal drugs provided by the authorities. The authorities also ensure that plenty of illegal drugs are available. (Ultimately, it is the 6,000 who reap the benefits of the international drugs trade.)
9) The masses must feel they “own” something significant. Property is the means chosen. Many people practically worship their homes, seeing them almost as extensions of the self and essential to their identity. “An Englishman’s home is his castle.”
10) The masses must believe that their grievances will be addressed. The legal system provides this function.
11) The masses must believe that “wrongdoers” will be punished. The prison system serves this purpose.
12) The masses must have some hope of an afterlife. Religion achieves this function.
13) The masses must have hope of a radical transformation of their fortunes. Lotteries, gambling and the “American Dream” satisfy this need.
14) The masses must have an intimate, loving, support system. Family provides this.
These 14 elements provide the basis of a stable society that can be automatically controlled by a small number of people without direct daily involvement. Above all, the masses must respect the 6,000 as the source of legitimate authority. They must fear the consequences of disobeying the 6,000.