By Jacques Hardy
(1) If they talked, they were disbelieved because they were only a minority; and as everyone knows, the majority is always right! (2) If they kept insisting on expressing their strange ideas, they were judged to be insane and locked up in a secure asylum. (3) If they still continued to talk too convincingly and too cleverly, they were then simply drugged into oblivion or otherwise "disappeared" or "suicided".
(1) They rigged or manipulated elections . . . and the fools who voted didn't even care to stop it. (2) They saw to it, by hook or by crook, that their "candidates" won. (3) And if the preferred candidates were mentally or ethically deficient, suffered from delusions of grandeur and/or had an over-inflated ego, fake election campaigns were orchestrated with the help of a censored, controlled media, fake press conferences and serial lying on television. (4) All "candidates" were coached and knew that either he or she followed plutocratic orders or else they were threatened with a John F. Kennedy-type "final solution". (5) Once "selected", the new president was continually reminded that as long as he followed orders, he would become wealthy, or else he would have a big funeral!
|The plutocrats are extremely clever people with immense -- often secret -- power and wealth. They are ruthless exploiters but are ethical infants with no true compassion. Indeed, they manipulate their subjects and slaves so successfully that they are usually irrationally regarded as celebrities and also respected as honorable public servants and virtual saints -- all, of course, patriotic hogwash.|
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