How The Elite Control The Masses
From technology to media, subliminal messaging is used to govern thought processing to dissuade a critical perspective or, even worse, an awakening of consciousness. The official narrative from those who possess influence and power is based on preserving a capitalist ideal and on abolishing free thought. The systems in which you are encouraged to trust are constructed to divide, conquer, and instill a sense of modern-day slavery.
A culture of fear is when there is a constructed state of terrorizations and anxiety within a public sphere. The elite instill these looming threats as a means of manipulating the masses by shaping the information that we consume. This presents itself through exploiting scientific findings that are cloaked as research. The latest findings are then aimed in such a way that it requires warnings to protect people from preconceived danger. The people then put their trust in developing solutions, whose means are rarely questioned.
Disaster capitalism refers to the practice of a government that takes advantage of a major disaster, for the sake of making a profit. From this adversity, economic systems are then created, which would normally not be accepted under normal circumstances. Humans are then expected to adapt to these new models, which are not advantageous to their growth and development. Examples of disaster capitalism include the privatization of security, changes to public infrastructure and hyperinflation of the market. And once the government has created enough panic distract the people, they can easily process otherwise unpopular policies under a guise of protection during catastrophe.
It is far easier to assume dominance and control when you break down strong communities to turn them against one another. This divide and conquer strategy helps maintain the power of the status quo because smaller divisions are less likely to challenge power structures. Those who are willing to cooperate within the more significant system are rewarded but are also used as pawns to turn against their fellow citizens. By creating distrust and distractions among smaller groups, elites are free to build up even more influence. Both literally and figuratively, the divide, conquer, and rule policy help authoritative forces expand their rule across territories and permeate schools of thought.
To the establishment, free thinkers pose a serious threat. There are two different interpretations of this concept; the first relates to individualists that do not accept organized religion teachings. The second analysis refers to a broader and more anarchist vision. Freethinkers are truth-seekers who seek to break the chains of mental slavery. For the elite, individualist views threaten to influence the people around them and, as such, threaten to destroy authoritarian organizations.
Eye of Providence
This intricate symbol depicts an eye inside a triangle, nestled in the middle of beaming rays. The all-seeing eye is a reminder that everything that humans think and do remains under the watchful eye of God. This also denotes impending doom under the dominance of a controlling, elite force. And while this symbol has its roots in organized religion, most notably Christianity, it can also reference more atheist forms of authority such as the Freemasons or the Illuminati. It also has miscellaneous uses in designs for a coat of arms, fraternities, sororities, military seals and badges.
Market manipulation is another tactic to obtain mass control over the economy. This concept refers to the act of falsifying the market value or price or a product or service in a way that interferes with the way it is traded or sold. Luckily, market manipulation is prohibited in many countries, including the United States. Examples of market manipulation can include stock bashing and pump dump schemes for the purpose of exploiting investor relations.