The Architecture Of
Modern Political Power
"In general, the statutory and regulatory corpora are littered with laws that are sufficiently vague that their application is inherently discretionary, since appropriately interpreted many of these laws are broken by nearly everyone nearly every day. Laws are made so esoteric and arbitrary that the difference between legal and illegal conduct becomes a trivial matter distinguishable only on the basis of prosecutability, fines, and prison terms for the latter, tending to frighten citizens away from whole realms of conduct (for example, anything to do with firearms). Put more succinctly, these laws discriminate between conduct that is indistinguishable in spirit, annihilating legal coherency.
"The establishment employs an old and effective method: lead others to error, then exploit their errors. In a market, any time a participant systematically errs - systematically deviates from pure self-interest - another participant who identifies that pattern of error can profit from it. Expanding this principle to the world stage, the establishment works tirelessly to lead people to systematically abandon self-interest, so that it can profit from their error. This collection of essays and articles can be viewed as a documentary of the errors of the establishment, and it is part of my program to exploit these errors, hastening the extinction of the establishment through social processes.
"The establishment initiates cultural trends, and fosters behaviors, through three principal mechanisms: (1) by the mass media, which displays (with actual and fictional positive and negative examples) and defines (with humor and commentary) desired behavior, and creates the expectation that conformers will be socially and economically rewarded and deviants penalized, (2) by the education system, which explicitly and implicitly inculcates beliefs, thought patterns, and behaviors, in people during their formative years, and (3) by the visible social and economic hierarchies of society, through which behaviors are propagated through transitivity of authority.
The manner in which the mass media and the education system instill behaviors is discussed extensively below. The manner in which social and economic hierarchies do so is fairly straightforward. The visible establishment councils are subjected to the behavior of nuclear (core) establishment leaders such as David Rockefeller, who either deliberately cultivate or involuntarily exhibit the behavior. The behaviors of nuclear establishment members such as Rockefeller are often directed by nuclear intellectuals such as Henry Kissinger; thus often it is the intellectual who is at the apex of the pyramid. Those in subordinate positions emulate those in higher positions, completely aside from any explicit directives. In particular, systems of reward and punishment are emulated. Banking hierarchies are highly formalized, and propagate behavioral directives by extending loans to the compliant and withholding them from the deviant.
Moreover, the Federal Reserve (the central banking apparatus of the United States) has the authority to remove any banking officer that it determines to be non-compliant. Finally, the state legal system is the definitive authoritarian hierarchy of behavior coercion. The banking and legal hierarchies are both preeminent instruments of control for the establishment."
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