Top 3 Reasons Why the System Keeps Perpetuating Itself
Top 3 Reasons Why the System Keeps Perpetuating Itself by Makia Freeman – Tools for Freedom
The System, The Matrix, The Establishment –
whatever name you call it by – seems to keep perpetuating itself no matter what. Puppet politicians come and go, but the System they serve remains fully in place, long after many of these misleaders and control freaks have used up their 5 minutes of fame by bossing people around. In many cases, the politicians forward another aspect of the Agenda (i.e. Agenda 21, Agenda 2030, the New World Order agenda) only to disappear into obscurity, leaving us with yet more laws, rules and regulations to strangle our freedom. Have you ever wondered why nothing ever really changes, despite the fact that so many people spend massive amounts of energy cheering for either a left or right jackboot to come down upon their throat during election circus time? The truth is that the Government always gets in, no matter who you vote for. It is becoming broadly known that the System is run by the unelected Deep State, Parallel Government or Shadow Government (think about all the COG [Continuity of Government] plans on the books). Elections count for very little in terms of overall freedom.
Yes, the System appears to continue no matter what. Why? The reasons are to be found embedded in our psychology. Our unconscious mental attitudes and beliefs shape the world. To dethrone the tyrant from the outside world, you must must remove him from your mind. This is where we need to start if we truly wish to transition from a society based on monopolistic governmental force to one based on voluntary exchange and association. Below are the top 3 reasons why the System perpetuates itself.
1. Participate in and Enforce the System – Because One Day You’ll Be at the Top
Exploitative or criminal systems, including financial Ponzi schemes like the entire fiat currency system, have a tendency to cunningly protect themselves by offering to “buy in” people who question them. For example, people in rigid hierarchical systems (like the military) are encouraged to accept hardships when they enter, because soon, they’ll be advancing up the ranks and will then enjoy the benefits of the System. Have cramped quarters now but later get your own private room. Get poor pay now but later get a big fat salary. In some cases, this rationale is offered to justify brutality, e.g. if you take beatings and whippings now, later on you’ll get to dish them out. Fun, huh? For a less violent example, some rich private schools have a system of “prefects” where selected students are given more privileges and power than others, and the system is kept in place because most people are fooled into secretly hoping that they will be the ones to get selected, so they vote to uphold it rather than remove it.
Put more simply, a system is set up whereby some people get to have more power over other people – then that system is justified by dangling the carrot in front of all people and telling them that if they are strong, smart, beautiful or lucky enough, they will be the chosen ones that get to ascend to the position which affords them power over others. Meanwhile, those running the system know that it’s a mathematical impossibility for everyone to be at the top. It’s like the line about how Americans are not divided into rich and poor – they are divided into rich and “those about to be rich”. People are goaded along into accepting an unjust system just because they think that, one day, they will ascend to the top of it.