Them or Us, or Them with us?
I vote for togetherness
In my book Quarantine Diaries and Beyond, from November 2021, I mentioned that Earth could sustain 20 billion people, and it looks like that, as per Elon Musk, can be the home of 100000000000 hundred billion people!
But at least I used my common sense during unbelievable pressure from the establishments having the prefix "World" in it! When the tension is high, being self, not losing self, is a beautiful feeling.
Ah, that greedy looters
Loot is contagious. When it starts, it is hard to stop it. Loot divides and makes the looters unsafe, trembling from the riches stolen and the fear of not losing, forcing them to establish new rules to protect and safeguard their wealth. The rules of Law, Courts, Police, Army, Secret Services, and the famous Venetian Council of Ten(1) are some.
Machiavellianism(2) at its improved best!
As an appetizer, they introduced banks to get the bites from the hard-working people's savings.
First, exploit them; then, if they manage to have some savings from their hard work, get it all by driving them into the dept crisis!
Looting is incorporated into their DNA. However, those that do not have dirt on their hands can join and become "them with us."
Further, when they mastered the banking business by looting the then aristocracy using their fear and stupidity, they discovered that "thick" money could be produced out of thin air, so they organized and corrupted as many sheep as necessary to pass the law that allowed them to take the loot to another level. That can be seen in 1913 when the Federal Reserve Act was passed through the US legislature.
It enormously benefited them as the real power is not in having the paper but in issuing it. That is the message for all who have the paper, thinking it is forever.
The issuers also believe they are forever, even when the issuing of the paper has THE ISSUE. But nothing of these is forever.
Good deeds are!
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