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Status Quo, Part 1: Human Industry

I think the handful of us in the truther/seeker audience — as well as those greater in number who are becoming aware of the machinations of concern in the world — would agree the eminent need for a paradigm shift away from aggressive, parasitic, wasteful, and ceaseless industrialism is important, perhaps even essential to our survival as a species, but that it also isn’t ever likely to happen on any mass scale.

It is, of course, a complex issue, and encompasses every avenue, creed, and color of humanity in the modern era. In this essay, I aim to explore and expand upon the crises, concerns, and conflicting forces that are expressed through industrialization.

A Sovereign State of Mind

The Federal Ministry for Depopulation, Menticide, and Controlled Demolition has been successfully implementing numerous forms of warfare upon its citizenry (subjects/enemies of the state, according to law) since its inception, though particularly aggressive in the past few generations. Methods employed include psychological, emotional, biological, epistemological, economical, and ideological.

It’s impressive, if not diabolical. But it works, and we can readily observe the same program playing out in most developed nations pretending to be democratic republics, though falling wildly short in nearly every respect.