Human beings are pathological in the literal sense: personal logic is always distorted. But peoples’ logic is more distorted when they act in groups.
"Marketing and sales plays a crucial role as the glue that connects the big structures to the small consumers. Marketing and sales is the mucosal lining of civilization’s intestines. Now something huge is happening..."
"As long as people remain reductive, dependent, and uninformed, the very concept of a shadow government that controls us will remain incomprehensible. And that is how it is now. "Our shadow government consists of factions
"I had always felt antipathy to the study of history but I think I have been confused. What I think of as history is the rewritten whitewash I'd been fed in school. Now, when I
"In April 2009, Gerald Celente wrote, 'Wall Street controls our financial lives; the media manipulates our minds. These systems cannot be changed from within. There is no alternative. Without a revolution, these institutions will bankrupt
"Global enterprises not responsible to anyone outside of themselves, and not responsible on any time-frame except their own, cannot self-regulate because they lack feedback. And this creates instability in the system as a whole..." "When
"police stumbled upon ... 47 binders containing private communications exposing the opaque inner workings of the secretive Holy See. They included financial documents, details of money transfers and confidential internal reports - all prepared by
Things are not good, but no one near the top of the pyramid wants to admit it. The popular press and their "trusted voices" paddle public opinion toward complacency and happiness. Why? Because it is
The standard line is that we live in a democracy controlled by the electorate. Aside from the fact that we are not supposed to be living in a democracy - a democracy is a mob
"Conspiracy usually start at the top, not in the caves of Afghanistan. Stop looking for villains and start looking more closely at controlling institutions, whose interests are being served and how. "Here's an interesting piece