One of the manifestations of the current economic depression in the U.S. is the fact that a small group of “elitists” have control of the U.S. Government.
All diseases have similar characteristics. For this reason, medical doctors are trained in the recognition of disease characteristics and they make their diagnosis based on the accumulation of evidence indicating that only one disease can have these characteristics.
For example: SPINAL MENINGITIS presents with a high fever, a headache, a stiff neck, and, most importantly, spinal fluid with meningococcal bacteria floating in the fluid. A special test called A Gram Stain will accurately demonstrate the shape and color of the meningococcal bacteria.
With these findings, a doctor can then give the patient a large injection of penicillin and most likely save the patient from certain death. Society can easily be equated to a patient in the mind of an intelligent and informed observer.
Humans are made up of cells–society is made up of individual humans. The cells in humans form organs–the individual humans in society form groups. If our imagination is sufficiently plastic and adaptable we can see the groups in society and observe what is their function and whether they are helping or harming the societal body.
The study of medicine requires the study of anatomy, physiology and pathology which is the study of disease processes and their effect on human cells. The study of economics requires the study of human groups, how they interact with each other and the study of economic history which describes what happens when economic disease permeates a society.
If we look at the great economic depressions of the last century in different countries of the world we will see a great similarity with the economic depression which the Western World is experiencing today.
We will study what happened in special countries during the Twentieth Century and see what changes were made and what was the outcome of these changes. We can then examine the history of similar countries and see whether those histories corroborate the findings of the Special Countries.
In this way we can determine “Economic Diseases” such as “recessions” and “depressions”, “inflations” and “deflations” and their effects on the general population; and also, their effects on those people, who, like meningococcal bacteria, parasitize society.
Remember, it takes an alien parasite to cause disease. This applies to societies as well as to individual humans. Human parasites resemble other humans but their motivations and behavior are harmful to society as a whole. Bernie Madoff, the Ponzi Scheme King, is a perfect example of a human parasite. He was well loved by his friends and customers until it was discovered that he had robbed them of the largest amount of money in the history of human criminal activities.
Today, in the U.S. and Europe, we have humans who resemble and behave as Bernie Madoff did, but who are still totally unrecognized by a naive public.
THE EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY. RUSSIA, GERMANY AND THE U.S.A.
I am going to review a societal pattern that existed in the West during the beginning of the last century.
The countries of the world during the beginning of the Twentieth Century were just emerging from a period of extreme nationalism. The countries of Europe had found identity as national states and no longer as regional or city states. They were also leaving behind the belief in Aristocracy. Kings, Queens and Tsars were no longer considered divine representatives.
Technology was also coming forward in the shape of industrialization. Farming and agriculture was becoming less important than factories which could mass produce cars, house hold equipment such as washing machinesand military equipment such as tanks and
This rapid change from a society which was politically dispersed and dependent on nature, to a Nation States where factories were suddenly the dominant force changed the thinking of the political and economic writers of the day.
Karl Marx wrote “Das Kapital” which glorified the worker and became the framework for the formation of the Communist Party in Russia. Adolph Hitler wrote “Mein Kampf” which became the spiritual inspiration for the Nazi Party in Germany.
In the U.S.A. Henry Ford developed the model for Capitalism with the development of “Mass Production” of the Model T Ford, a car that was sold by the millions to Americans and introduced manufacturing to what was, only decades before, a completely agricultural state.
These three examples were copied by many other countries, but, intellectually, they instilled a new belief in Western Society: Countries should be controlled from the top down. Governments and Capitalists should make the rules. The workers should obey the people in government or the owners of the large factories. This would be the path to a Utopian Society.
Science, on the other hand, was discovering that the human body was ruled by its cells, its hormones, its arteries and veins. Disease was the result of infection, a weak immune system and by cells running amok in the organs of the body.
The people of the world had a simplistic understanding of the forces of society. Governments or factory owners could provide wealth and well being. Scientists had discovered that health and illness were infinitely complex and could probably never be understood and controlled.
THE ELITISTS TAKE OVER
We all know what happened in Europe and the U.S.A. Elitists in the form of dictators took over Russia, Germany and the U.S.A. Two world engulfing wars destroyed millions of lives and the western world went through the greatest economic depression in its entire history.
Nonetheless, the population of the world kept exploding. We are now in the exponential phase of population growth. Land, food and energy are becoming scarce as the population leaves seven billion people and moves quickly towards nine billion people
The “Top Down” solution for societal control was shown to be an immense error. The “Elitists” were demonstrated to be ego-maniacs who had no idea of what factors control the economy.
In science, people realize that complexity in an infinite sense, rules the physical universe. Scientists have settled down to study the incredibly minute changes that produce disease in the mind and in the body. But, in society, because of the low level of understanding by the general public, the Elitists have returned.
These elitists realize that control must be effectuated by the use of every modality of propaganda available. The elitists have taken over the media as an entirety. Their intention is to control all governments by controlling the majority of all minds.
Because most modern governments are “representative” in form, the elitists are for the moment achieving their goal. They have control of every government in the West.
Yet, because society is just as infinitely complex as any human body, they cannot solve the problems of society, such as the distribution of wealth or making the legal system provide justice for the citizens.
Everywhere we look in the West we see extremes of corruption and nepotism and inequality of justice. Yet, the elitists and the general public continue their proven erroneous behavior.
The result of an uneducated population led by a selfish and arrogant elitist leadership is social disintegration and economic failure.
There is a possible solution to this terrible problem. That solution resides in direct voting by all citizens–not for representatives–but for the specific laws that govern the people of the country.
Such a system is being tried in various countries throughout the world. The technology is already there. Billions of people do their banking and buying safely on the internet. It is simply a matter of time and the volition of the public before it becomes a reality in countries around the world.
When it arrives the “Elitists” and their slaves, the politicians, will fight furiously to avoid it, but, like the Arab Spring, it will succeed.