THREE Rules to Rule the World - Is There Any Hope For Peace?


The first rule is to control the Information.
If you don't know it already:
Deception is the norm in political life.
Deception is a necessity
Deception is good
Deception is right.
Most of all
Deception works.

A society should be hierarchical
– divided between an elite who should lead,
and the masses who should follow.
Nothing new or original.

'Those who are fit to rule are those who realize there is no morality and that there is only one natural right – the right of the superior to rule over the inferior.'

However, this dichotomy requires
a 'perpetual deception'
between the leader and the masses
between the rulers and the ruled,
To be content
in such an arrangement

'The people are told what they need to know and no more.'

The elite is always the few,
The proud
The arrogant
For they are capable
of absorbing the absence
of any moral truth,
Where the masses could not cope
if exposed to the absence of absolute truth,
The masses would quickly fall
into nihilism
or anarchy.

Deception is a necessity
Deception is good
Deception is right.
But most of all
Deception works.

Is There Any Hope for Peace?

The Second Rule is to harness the power of Religion
For In faith lies true power
Power to move mountains!
Power to move nations!
Through perpetual indoctrination.

The elite is more often than not pro-religion
even though they themselves may not be true believers.
Indeed the rulers need not be bound by it.

Religion is for the masses alone;
There should be no separation
of church and state.
And why?
Because religion is absolutely essential
in order to impose moral law
on the masses, the people
who otherwise would be out of control.

A Secular society
That asserts the freedom of religion,
A state that is neutral on matters of belief,
With freedom from the government imposition
belief that human activities and decisions,
should be based on what it considers to be evidence
and fact rather than religious influence.
in the elite's view is the worst possible thing

It leads to
that stresses human independence
and the importance
of individual self-reliance
and liberty.

And Liberalism,
a political tradition which advocates
individual rights. freedom of thought
limitations of power (on government and religion) ,
the free exchange of ideas, the rule of law,
a market economy that supports free private enterprise,
and a transparent system of government
liberal democracy with open and fair elections,
and equal opportunity for success.

and Relativism,
which is the doctrine that there are no absolute truths,
That others may have a valid point to make
Based on their own experiences, culture and religion.

It is precisely these things which may promote dissent
that in turn could severely weaken
a society's ability to cope with external threats.
The political utility of religion becomes self-evident!

Harness the Power of Religion
For In faith lies true power
Power to move mountains!
Power to move nations!
Through perpetual indoctrination

Is There Any Hope for Peace?

The third rule is to use Aggressive Nationalism.

'Perpetual war, '
not perpetual peace,
is the key to stability
and prosperity

'Because mankind is intrinsically wicked,
It has to be governed, '

Through the use of political deception
and mass-indoctrinating religion
However, where does on go from here?
There has to be a purpose to any life
Even more so for a society
A purpose binds a group
A purpose is necessary
The purpose is the absolute
And for a society, a nation
The best uniting purpose
Is war!
Political aggression

'Such governance can only be established, however, when men are united
– and they can only be united against other people.'

A political order can only be stable
if it is united by an external threat
a menace

Following Machiavelli,
if none exists
one has to be MANUFACTURED'

'Perpetual war, '
not perpetual peace,
is the key to stability
and prosperity

Is There Any Hope for Peace?

Today we live in a world order
dominated by U.S. military power and all the rest
and the imperialistic foreign policy
as a means to fulfill a 'national destiny' –
that goes far beyond the narrow confines
of a 'myopic national security.'

the United States' relationship with the rest of the world
follows closely that of its ruling elite with its masses.
'They really have no use for liberalism and democracy,
but they're conquering the world in the name of liberalism and democracy, '

The tools of the elite are:
Perpetual Deception
Perpetual Indoctrination
Perpetual War.

Is There Any Hope for Peace?

You tell me!
But in the meantime we have prosperity...
Don't we?what do you think,.,

I wish that one day, there will be world peace but until then..theres only hope...and thats what keeps us surviving in this world of vilonce and hell...

love and light Phoenix xx
firebird firebird
18-21, F
5 Responses Jul 3, 2007

It is very scary.<br />
I am aware of being decieved and it is just frustrating.<br />
Are the masses just that stupid ?<br />
Just makes me shake my head in disbelief.

Wow. Just wow. I can't say that any of this is new, like myspip said, it is very Orwellian, but wow. It really puts it into perspective, doesn't it? I just wrote a paper for class today about weather or not the religious right is a threat to America, and I wish I had had this to reference. It is always overlooked how organized religion really can be used to control the masses. Don't get me wrong, I am a very spiritual person, and I am not trying to put down belief, but the super-state Church... Scary.

I found this piece on the internet, it trully inspired me and opend my eyes to some sort of reality that happens around us, even though we do not notice it happening it is. <br />
Shurly this should mean that we are all being governd and slowly been taken away from our own free will, by the people whom, we beleve to be our protectors, our leaders, the people who, without our knoledge, have controle of our life, and someday, we will realize how much they really do run our lives and then maybe just then will we realize, we are meer specks of dust floting aroud without reason, without purpouse. Being told what to do and what Not to do. <br />
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FREE WILL, this means we have the right to choose, to dicide what We want to do and to achive in our lives. Not just as individuals, but as a nation, a country, a World.<br />
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P.s sorry for babaling.... xx

Excellent. Did you write that or someone else?

Damn, that's nicely said. Some of those points mentioned above reminds me of "1984" by George Orwell... It is frightening indeed!