Governments do not govern, but merely control the machinery of government, being themselves controlled by the hidden hand. Quote by Benjamin Disraeli
As Abraham Lincoln said:
When we see a lot of framed timbers, different portions of which we know have been gotten out at different times and places by different workmen, and when we see these timbers joined together and see that they exactly make the frame of a house … we find it impossible not to believe that they all understood one another from the beginning, and all worked upon a common plan . . .
A second puzzle is that people so easily accept disbelief when it comes to facing up to dangers generated by those with a fanatical greed for PERSONAL POWER. Here is a helpful quote from The Hidden Hand by A. Ralph Epperson:
Those who seek power will be corrupted by it. They will be willing to intentionally cause depressions, revolutions and wars in order to further their desire for more power. :b This corrupting nature of the very pursuit of power explains why the moral mind of the individual who neither desires power over others nor understands the desire for such power, cannot fathom why power-seekers would want to create human misery through wars, depressions and revolutions. [E.A.]
In other words, the conspirators are successful because the moral citizen cannot accept the conclusion that other individuals would actually wish to create incredibly destructive acts against their fellow citizens.
A third cause of frustration is a common attachment to either capitalism or communism that prevents many people from accepting what should be patiently obvious, that these ideologies work as a nut-cracker toward the goal of destroying our present culture and setting up enslavement on behalf of a world-wide Super Mafia type of organization.
So I hope that the reader, if only from a sense of self-preservation, will make an effort to take an open mind to information in this book.
Among ideas implanted by brainwashers is the idea that we should fill the mind with pleasant thoughts and be happy, but would it not be better to be torn limb from limb than to go through life with no soul to feel the distress of another soul – no eyes to see injustice – no ear to hear the cry of distress – no will to make things right.
Let us pity the wise monkeys (so acclaimed) who see no evil, hear no evil – who live in dreams; their God, whoever they may imagine God to be, will, in the end, not know them. Will say, “I never knew you.” for ‘in reality’ they deny themselves the feelings of life and evade life’s responsibilities.