Do we live in a slave colony?
The world we live in can well be compared to a slave colony. This slave colony is run and managed by one syndicate. The people of the colony are divided into two types: the owners, and the servants. Of course, running such a syndicate requires an organizational structure. In its current state, the syndicate is therefore divided into a number of departments, each with its own function.
The belief that a certain group of people has the right to rule over others creates tyranny and slavery. A ruling class can only maintain its position by continually initiating violence against the dominated class. Unfortunately, the average citizen does not understand this and believes that the ruling class is there to protect them, so they meekly participate in maintaining their own slavery.
The strategic top management
This is where the top of the syndicate is located, they are the owners. Here the strategies are developed that should increase the power and wealth of this top. This is also the place where it is decided how the other departments should function. These other departments act as instruments for the benefit of the power and wealth of this top. The members meet with some regularity in the form of “think tanks” like the Bilderberg Group and WEF. Only this group knows the full agenda of the syndicate.
The executive management
These are the governments of the world. They are the executive organs of the syndicate. This department (on the orders of the top management) promulgates the rules (laws), exercises day-to-day control over the servants, controls the violence unleashed on the slaves (army, police) and collects the taxes that indirectly contribute to the syndicate’s revenue model. However, the police officer and soldier function as individuals just like a servant. It is the day-to-day management and serves as a collection agent, slave driver and punisher. This department poses a potential risk because it has weapons at its disposal. This risk is rendered harmless by making this department totally dependent on top management through irredeemable debts.
The commercial management
This is the monetary/capitalist system. This is the ultimate revenue model of the syndicate. This is where as much value as possible provided by the slaves with their labour is confiscated by the syndicate. This syndicate uses the instruments banks and legal entities (NV’s, BV’s etc.) of which the top management is the owner. This means both that almost all the labour is supplied by the slaves (employment) and that almost all the revenues from it are taken from the slaves. The instrument that is used is money/debt.
This department deals with perception management. The aim is to prevent the slaves from realising that the syndicate exists and knowing its true nature. The way to do this is to obfuscate. Spinning the truth with the purpose of make the slaves believe that the departments of the syndicate (and the syndicate itself) do not intend to parasitise on the servant, but to protect them. This department is known as: mainstream media.
The above departments must, of course, be staffed. The syndicate grants privileges to a number of servant for this purpose. These privileges range from a modest income as a civil servant, to a top income in the banking sector, or from a local administrator to some modest power as a politician etc.
In exchange for these privileges, these servant take on a defined task. The vast majority of these servant are unaware that they are part of the crime syndicate. They only oversee their own task and believe they have an honourable profession.
The top servant are often more aware of this, but their reward is so great that it becomes easy to fool their conscience that it is all for the better good.
the importance of keeping their position is greater than the call of conscience. Slaves with a healthy developed conscience are not considered for these positions.
This organisation of the syndicate works well, but it has a number of vulnerabilities. Firstly, there are relatively many people working in the various departments. They all need to be managed and that is not very efficient. Secondly, the syndicate can only exist as long as the slaves do not realise that it is a crime syndicate. That makes the whole system vulnerable to sudden growth of consciousness among the slaves.
For this reason, the strategic top management (also the owners of the syndicate) wants to do it with less sub-management. It also wants to become less dependent on the faith of the slaves. It must be simpler, more efficient and (for the owners) safer.
Create a problem yourself, wait for people to react and manipulate this reaction via the mainstream media, and then offer your solution in order to implement a policy that people would never have accepted before the problem.
For these reasons, the organisational structure must be changed. The disadvantage is that the slaves are attached to these structures, and therefore will not readily accept a unilateral change. The solution is to deliberately create problems (crisis) and thus create a situation of “force majeure”. And this force majeure must then justify measures that would not be accepted without it.
Measures such as direct individual electronic control over the behaviour of all slaves and a new electronic business model (100% centrally controlled, digital money) that also makes the violence of executive management largely superfluous. After all, the slaves can then be individually and fully automatically excluded from access to food and other necessities of life for every undesirable behaviour. Without being able to resort to anonymous cash payments. Not obeying then means not eating.
In addition, the executive management (governments) is now very fragmented and so it is cumbersome to manage. So this should be merged into one department (one world government, with one law, one army etc.).
So at the moment there is a reorganisation going on within the syndicate. This is to prevent the “awakening” of the slaves from being the end of the syndicate.