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How to create a slave state

With the advent of the internet, knowledge is now a commodity that is easily accessed and free.  Although this does not correlate directly to intelligence and wisdom, it does make it far more difficult than in the past to win a debate by appealing to people’s ignorance.

Despite the efforts of government corporatists and the platforms that prop them up such as Google, Facebook, Twitter, network news, and Hollywood, these efforts alone will only postpone the inevitable – the intellectual dominance of the individualist.

So how, in fact, do the corporatists plan to win?

The long game being played by corporatists and globalists was never an intellectual fight, nor the battle they felt they must win to triumph over their conquest of those they view as subordinates.  Instead, they have positioned their fight over the last few generations in such a way as to not appeal to people’s intelligence, but their desire to possess the unearned.  And it is clearly working.

These elites understand that many people are intellectually lazy and envious, so therefore would choose dependence over the risks and hard work of independence and self-determination.  They understand that such people will do nearly anything to ensure they will never need to earn their own keep or suffer the consequences of their actions and decisions.  Such people simply wish to validate the fantasy that they are entitled to the property of others simply because they need it.

Herein lies the real strategy of the evil in this world, and the main component needed to construct a slave state under corporate governance. Read more