The first step to acquiring real power is to invent the medium of financial exchange. Precious metals actually work fine but they are finite and the supply cannot be controlled and monopolized. Money is the invention.
To coerce people to give up all of their money, the illuminati would have to infiltrate both society and the psyche of society. The psyche is the easy part. If a person has $100 dollars and the bank loans them another $100 dollars, the person 'feels' richer. Perhaps they can now buy a new TV or some other form of intellectual destruction like rap music. Everyone wants to 'feel' richer, right?
It takes time. If a group wants absolute control, it must dumb down the population. Education must be stifled. History must be re-written and sanitized. The US now has a 69% on-time high school graduation rate. Only a quarter or so of the population has a college degree. Television is dumbed down to a bunch of reality shows portraying the lives of idiots that are supposed to amuse us.
Helmand Province in Afghanistan is where 90% of the world's heroin comes from. That's why the latest military 'surge' was focused in that region. Control the drugs and one controls the intoxicants.
Society is better controlled behind bars. Intoxification has to be criminalized. Drugs are illegal. If a large segment of society is imprisoned, there is less of a threat to the power. This may be depressing, but we must understand the facts.
Government control is institutionalization. When the government imposes absolute power over society, no one questions the government's mandates for fear of penalty. Freedom's have to be curtailed.
Poor education and bouts of incarceration lead to impoverishment. Give them a big TV and sporty car to drive, and the impoverished won't rebel against the power.
Those who avoid any of the above, will surely fall victim to indebtedness. From the institutionalized lie that we could all live better if we just had access to more credit, our society has become more indebted than ever before.More Here..
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