Haves Vs Have-nots

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Haves Vs Have-nots

 

We live increasingly in a world of haves and have-nots, of gated communities next to ghettos, of extreme poverty and unbelievable riches. Some enjoy rights that are completely denied to others.  Relative inequalities are exploding, and the world's poorest, despite all the advances of globalization, may even be getting poorer.

Noreena Hertz

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There are many conspiracy theories circulating on the Internet but the most dangerous are the ones which are partially true. As you might be aware that half-truth is the worst of all lies.

If you are able to ascertain the motive in a case then you can possibly identify the perpetrators but not necessarily the string pullers though. Who the pawns or puppets are is not really important because even we can be made a medium without our express consent or knowledge, and that most assuredly is generally the case.

The human psyche hasn’t really changed much because the time lapsed from the point of gaining consciousness to existing era is too short for any major shift to have taken place in the way Homo sapiens think or form their opinions. Most of us see things through the spectacles provided by others, which basically denotes the quantum of influence of media, our icons, our society and other factors on our thought process.

yet a forced battle is not among civilizations, nations, races, religions or sects as it may appear, or more appropriately, as it is made to appear. The driver is 'Greed', the mother of all evils and the objective is to gain and maintain control over the masses.

So it is effectively 'Us Vs Them', or have-nots Vs haves. That was always the case, that is the case now and that will always be the case.

The haves know it because they are few in number, well-knit, knowledgeable and powerful. Their survival is in maintaining the Status quo and keeping the boundaries of their fabricated world inviolable. Only a few are allowed to jump out of the maze which they have so meticulously crafted and created, but once those few manage to leave the rat race, they are instantly assimilated and become part of a different world altogether.

Which literally means that if a person somehow manages to earn billions of dollars and creates an impact via whatever route, technology or any novel idea then their doors open for him/ her. It is however a personal choice not to enter or return from there later, but the new entrant is considered part of the fraternity from that point onwards.

Now, not all members of the elite group are aware of the real agenda but a few at the top are in the know. For them, the canvas becomes a bit larger with induction of new members but still within their sight and control. Loss of human lives, poverty, absence of social welfare, inequality, lack of basic necessities, deaths, wars and acts of terrorism etc. are not the effects of a directionless world but are primarily their tools. They control the valves by gauging supply, thus manage what we know as demand and supply or free market, an illusion effectively created for us to stay within boundaries set by them and to ensure that we do not ask questions or think on our own, viewing the system as constant and accepting the consequences as a mere cause and effects phenomenon.

They are mental giants; so if physical size equals mental capabilities then they are true giants, several feet taller than us.

If the assumptions are valid then after the collapse of communism, a major alternate system conceived and presented back then, Islam is their next target. Christianity though hasn’t been directly focused or targeted but on a subtle level the majority seems to not treat it as workable model to follow, and it is deliberate, well planned and well executed. Capitalism is showing signs of decay and is already considered flawed by many.

If Islam is the cause of unrest and instability in the world then why its followers are net losers? That negates the common sense and the motive theory. Someone else appears to be the beneficiary from all the mayhem caused in the world but who is (are) he (they) and why can’t we see them?

If the assumptions are valid then I see the governments and systems collapsing globally or failing miserably one by one except a few. I see the UN emerging as a central governing body with immense control and power though currently it is considered ineffective and weak.

Those very few at the top know it all. The other members of the elite group are like rest of the multitude, just a bit luckier to have earned some money but they are restrained, under a mirage and false sense of freedom and fraternal bond. The ground is being set for the One to emerge in order to take reins into his hands. 

The battle is ancient and is being fought or handled by one party alone without the knowledge of majority of those who are part of the battle, yet they have virtually no idea about it at all. The Occupy Wall Street and Toronto movements were glimpses of that realization by a few, but see how quickly and effectively the tide was subsided.

It is way beyond the average intellect. There is a subtle difference between knowing something and realizing it, seeing it in totality, the effects and the underlying causes. The One who is to emerge to assume leadership may well just be a symbolic leader or false messiah, with true leaders or string-pullers sitting and smiling elsewhere behind heavily drawn curtains!

They may or may not entirely succeed in their plans eventually but their achievements to-date are remarkable, and they appear to be well on track. While confronted with so many uncontrollable variables, consistently meeting the timelines and achieving those mammoth milestones spanning over centuries is no ordinary feat. 

They are our true, unseen global rulers!

Cheers!!

 

 


Submitted: July 16, 2016

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