The New World Nobility Jim Kirwan
There are some major questions that continue to linger on the fringes of global society that must be resolved once and for all.
Before the Dark Ages most of what was termed Western Civilization featured The Nobility as the only class of people that really mattered anywhere. These 'privileged' people were of elevated rank supposedly because of their wealth, their education or just because they were born into that class. This principle followed the Judeo-Christian Ethic to the extent that human society needed to mirror the paternalistic character inherent in their view of the Universe. One God equaled one man in charge and this pattern is repeated all the way down the line to the 'family' which is the most basic form of that empirical thought.
In the thousands of years of recorded history, societies have always had their own hierarchies wherein titles may differ but the functions inside the societies remain the same. This seems to be true of countries, of religious movements, and remains active in both social and political thought as well. However this is no longer the same world that elevated that system of special privilege to prominence: and given our current global crisis-a total re-evaluation of this concept must be examined.
It is true that all people are not equal; but it is also true that society no longer needs to be governed like a flock of sheep by 'shepherds' whose only interest seems to be how best to use them to extend their own powers. "Flocks" are about the herd mind: people are about individuals and values that show themselves in that variety of ways that people have come to view the various worlds that each of us inhabits. This creates several questions:
"The New World Nobility" in the 21st Century
Why does anyone still "need" the nobility-be it in the form of entitled-persons, Corporations, religious leaders, Kings or especially Dictators?
Before language there was a need. Before the written word there was still a need: yet with the advances in science and technology of today, especially with the access enjoyed by the planet, to the internet, those days of pomp and circumstance supported by celebrity and reinforced by envy and greed-have really become archaic relics of a time gone by. This is especially true of the idea that certain people are by nature "better" than other people. In every major rebellion since the dawn of time-the first people to be killed were always "The Nobility." this should tell us all something very critical about ourselves. Unfortunately, after-the-revolutions, people always seem to recreate the same failed-formulas that led them into slavery in the first place. The world needs to break this addiction to the idea of "privileged- classes."
Freedom is not a privilege it's a birthright
Without personal freedom what is living worth? Why do supposedly free people seem to revert to sacrificing that which is most precious to them, personal freedom & real security just to obtain some kind of menial job? Conditioning to this idea is inherent in the right of the Nobility-to rule over the lives of others-and this seems to be the motivating rule that dictates this ancient and outmoded concept.
Americans have a secret love-affair with Monarchy (the one-strong- man idea). Since we are a nation of immigrants, we have no native blood-lines from which to create legitimate 'royalty' from. Instead we have adopted the next-best thing which is the face-less but all powerful corporations-The Corporatocracy has thus become our stand-in for the Noble Class.
To some this may seems far-fetched, but let's look at the trade- offs that the Corporatocracy currently demands from its wage- slaves, versus what those long-dead tyrants did to their serfs and ordinary slaves.
Whenever anyone takes 'a job' they are not paid for what is expected of them, because if that were true people would be paid for a 24-7 day work-week, and not for the pittance of time they actually rent to their employers. Think about it: Employers now demand control over virtually every aspect of their employee's lives. All your habits, known associates, schooling, family life, even and especially your political and religious beliefs as well - each and every part of you is subject to the approval of your employer, on some level and some employers are much worse than others!
Those of us who know who we are and what we're worth will not give- in to that kind of tokenism regardless of the cost. The rest of the 'workforce' for its part seems far too craven, far too willing to change anything that the all-mighty employer demands of them. This proves that we are no longer free; because far too many of us have capitulated to the dogmas and doctrines of those faceless entities that virtually OWN our lives! On top of all of that, what these twenty-first century owners end up paying us, is basically an insult to anything of consequence!
Do the math - even at the ridiculously low rates that are actually paid: if you are being paid for only 40 to 60 hours a week versus 168 hours a week; that's a huge difference! This clearly marks the difference between what you're renting to the employer, and what that same employer is demanding, in addition to what you are actually being paid for. This is your skills and your time, versus "giving" The Corporatocracy total control over your every thought, word and deed. Should not this actual difference in the levels of control over your own life be paid for? Then why not demand it!
The owners can do this because people buy into the idea that they must please, in every possible way, the faceless entities that hired them. Free people do NOT do this-because free people have choices about what they do to earn a living and in how they chose to live their lives.
Free people do not capitulate to secret governments, or to the idea that certain individuals are naturally superior to all the rest of us. In a Republic all governmental functions must be transparent, just as any 'national-security-considerations' must be extremely limited with a publicly recognized oversight-control that reports openly to the public, on every action taken by the SECRET government.
However this is not the case today, rather we have returned to what this 2002 illustration so clearly shows.
"Halliburton Confirms Concentration Camps Already Constructed
On February 17, 2006, in a speech to the Council on Foreign Relations, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld spoke of the harm being done to the country's security, not just by the enemy, but also by what he called "news informers" who needed to be combated in "a contest of wills."
In 2002 Attorney General John Ashcroft announced his desire to see camps for U.S. citizens deemed to be "enemy combatants."
A Defense Department document, entitled the "Strategy for Homeland Defense and Civil Support," has set out a military strategy against terrorism that envisions an "active, layered defense" both inside and outside U.S. territory. In the document, the Pentagon pledges to "transform U.S. military forces to execute homeland defense missions in the . . . U.S. homeland." The strategy calls for increased military reconnaissance and surveillance" (1)
Risk & Sacrifice under the New World Nobility
The Noble Class excuse for the need to go to WAR relies on the idea that they have too much to lose by not launching pre-emptive attacks. While those who 'fight' these modern-day colonial wars of aggression only need to risk their lives: Which person has more to lose, the Owner or the slave? The middle-class consists of all those people who must either pay for the wars, or those who will become road-kill in countries around the planet-wherever the New World Nobility decides that its "interests" might be threatened.
Today the treat levels, against the people of the United States, have reached a fever pitch in both money spent and threats 'identified' by the Owners.
"Over 800 concentration camps are reported throughout the United States, all fully operational and ready to receive U.S. Prisoners who disagree with the government. The concentration camps are all staffed and manned by full-time guards, however, they are all empty. These camps are to be operated by FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) when Martial Law is implemented in the United States (at the stroke of a Presidential pen and the Attorney General's signature on a warrant).
The camps have railroad facilities as well as roads leading to and from the detention facilities, many have airports. Like Auschwitz, some of the camps have airtight buildings and furnaces. The majority of the camps can each house a population of 20,000 prisoners. Currently, the largest of these facilities is just outside of Fairbanks, Alaska. The Alaskan facility is a massive "mental health" facility and can hold approximately 2 million people.
Following the Halliburton subsidiary KBR (formerly Kellogg Brown and Root) announcement on Jan. 24 that it had been awarded a $385 million contingency contract by the Department of Homeland Security to build detention camps, two weeks later, on Feb. 6, Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff announced that the Fiscal Year 2007 federal budget would allocate over $400 million to add 6,700 additional detention beds (an increase of 32 percent over 2006. What is interesting in the Homeland Security plan is that each concrete prison bed costs $60,000 per bed! Observing these concentration camps and general jail and prison facilities throughout the U.S., the Homeland Security plan is clearly buffered to build significantly more than 6,700 additional beds." (2)
All people must eventually die, the question is how many of us will come to that finality without actually having lived!
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