People ask me why I think the hype around ebola is manipulative. “By who?” “For what?”
My answer is in this quote from Walter Russel:
“The world divided unto itself–half master–half slave–cannot stand. There has never been any other kind of world. Call it lord and serf–conqueror and conquered-rich and poor–exploiter and exploited–privileged and underprivileged–or employer and employee–it makes no difference. All are master and slave when the interchange between the two is unbalanced.” “…people are watching for the approach of an enemy from outside our borders. The enemy may not come that way, nor may he need come with guns. The enemy is already here–in every country of the free world–and his stronger than guns armament is fanatical hate–deep hatred in the heart of the slave who has arisen to slay his master.” Walter Russell
The economic masters of the modern world are afraid. Afraid of the slaves. That means you and me because the answer to oppression is always liberation from oppression. That see-saw dynamic is played out everywhere, from Ferguson to Syria, Wall Street to Walmart. It may take centuries, it may take days but history proves this is true, over and over and over.
Seen through this clear perspective, one looks out on governments desperate to spy on and then control their own populations and sees one reason only, to maintain the status-quo. Have you ever stopped to think who really benefits from the way things are right now?
Call it the fatherland, the motherland, the homeland, doesn’t matter-all names for the same thing. We got it. We want to keep it. From Them. The war on terror will never end as long as those who “have” are terrified of those they took it away from.
Look behind the ebola propaganda and scare tactics and you will see continual and speedy attempts at building more infrastructures of power and control. Ask yourself again, who will really benefit from all that centralized power?
Hard questions. Hard answers. The truth will set you free, but first it may make you mad as hell.