Wednesday, June 1, 2011

How the World Really Works

Wow, sorry it has been so long. I've been getting really behind on writing. But yeah, here we go! /sidenote
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How the world really works.

In the previous writing, we have established that, at the very least, the official explanation of the attacks of 9/11/01 [almost 10 years ago now! wow] is inconsistent with the events, and at the very most, it is a blatant lie. Of course, by now it is also arguable that the truth behind the 9/11 attacks is irrelevant because the event's usefulness has already been served. But, it is indeed interesting and beneficial to try to discover what was going on behind the scenes. Perhaps, we may even gain a glimpse of who the masters of the world really are, and what they really want to achieve.

However, we must first establish a general idea of how the world works. The world operates in the form of a pyramid, and is arguably a gigantic pyramid scheme. For most of us, we dwell on the bottom rungs of this pyramidal ladder, where it takes hard work and determination to survive. In other words, we must earn our lot in life. Those on the top, however, gain their worth mostly not from their own hard work, but rather leaches from the working class. It has always been this way throughout history, only the dimensions of the pyramid has changed.

You see, when one is on the top of the pyramid, they do not spend their time worrying and stressing about work. Thus, they have a completely different view of the world than we do. We see the world as something that we are powerless over, something we must survive in, we see ourselves as mere cogs in a great machine. If you ask anyone why they won't stand up for such and such injustice, they will respond with something along the lines of "oh, I won't make a difference." However, for those at the top of the pyramid, they see the world as something they do have control over, something that they can [and will] form and mold, and see themselves as the operators of the great machine.

Since the earliest days of civilization, the leader of a tribe, an empire, a state, or what have you, realized that he is in a special position. He has the ability to shape the future, but, at the same time, his followers have the ability to overthrow him. And obviously, with great power, comes great corruption. Thus, he must carefully balance his own personal goals for the future of his empire with keeping his people happy enough not to revolt, as his goals may not be so popular with the regular folk. And so the games were invented. And by "games", I mean all forms of purposeless entertainment designed to keep wandering minds busy.

Take a look around you. What isn't a game designed to keep you from discovering the truth? To keep you from thinking too much? To keep you from questioning? To relax you after a hard day's work? And now you understand that the world is all just a careful balance of keeping the underlings just happy enough not to revolt, while those at the top plot their next unpopular move. But what is the end goal?

I will post the next part for 9/11 soon. Thanks for reading.

"Your mind is like a parachute. It is only useful when it's open."

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