THE DEEP STATE ARE WE !

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BrrrrHah !

 

Everybody talks of the Deep State.

 

A deep state must have a deep parliament and a deep party. But where is it ? In the US ? Or is it in Europe ? In Japan ? In Russia or in China ?

 

Nope. It is nowhere, because a deep state does not exist. This definition is misleading. It's not a STATE. It is a conglomerate and network of economic interests spanning the globe, regardless of cultures, religions or -isms. These are used to divert - or divide - the people, as Caesar already knew 2000 years ago.

 

And that network uses a very effective and old method used since Stone Age: You have this, I don't have it. So give it to me. No. No ? I'm gonna smack you, if not. Ok, take it.

 

A kindergarten blown up globally. What do you expect ? Did anyone here on WB, left or right, LGBTQUTHNOPVY trend or miniskirt under Burka ever thought of how PRIMITIVE our behavior is ? Nope. Each of us tries to pretend to know all, throws around n years of University or Golden Lights (c) Jesus and other PR people, but in the end it all comes down to: Hey, gotta have a job and feed my family. We're fucking animals, and nobody who ever had a lesson in biology can deny this !

 

*Sigh"

 

Some of us pretend we're not animals. Ok, avoid evolution. Some of us think that skin color defines intelligence. Ok, avoid to know better. Some of us think that work in a Call Center is a fulfilling job. Ok, let them be exploited. Some of us think that being poor is always one's own fault. I invite them to Africa.

 

Life is easy that way. Get some more chips and watch 2.5 men and laugh your ass off before the next 6am shift, bro, yo.

 

But don't forget: If your workplace is too far away from your house, you might drive over the edge. Better look for employment close to you.

 

Because the earth is flat......

 

As is the Deep State.

 

You can't fight an invisible enemy. You can only fight the results of what you think he does wrong. But for that writing blogs is not enough.

 

And as long as you play along YOU are supporting the Deep State. Because you accept the 24/7 iShit beep that tells you what to read, watch and when to get up.

 

In 10 years your fridge will tell you which food shouldn't be consumed anymore, and your car will drive you on its own wherever you want.

 

Figure something ? THINKING AND LEARNING will be out. That way the once somewhat "enlightened" societies will redevelop to lobotomotics.

 

And that's what the "Deep State" intends. Salarimen (c) West. Never question, just do.

 

Which pill do you want ? Red or Blue ? ;-)

Comments

Jeff Michka Added Sep 13, 2017 - 5:38pm
So it is simple, it's one oligarch being much like the next oligarch, or government agency being a lot like the next government agency, not some foul plot some on WB have tried to sell.  "Let's all just sit around and not do anything" seeming to be the real message from "The Deep State Believers"- yeah, and the Monkees did a cover of the tune.
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Sep 13, 2017 - 5:48pm
Daydream Believer LOL
Donna Added Sep 13, 2017 - 6:24pm
We are slaves to the Government. Must work must pay bills must be taxed. Must blah blah blah.. All so they get richer as we grow wearier.. Sad reality we live in. Good one SEF.. 
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Sep 13, 2017 - 6:59pm
Donna
 
Thanks. I'm off for sleep. I often dream I can fly. And when I wake up I think ...  fucking gravity :-)
John G Added Sep 13, 2017 - 8:10pm
Not slaves of the government. Slaves of the capitalist class. It is the rich stealing the economic surplus.
 
Revealed – the capitalist network that runs the world
Saint George Added Sep 13, 2017 - 9:35pm
It is the rich stealing the economic surplus.
 
Poor people are productive and create an "economic surplus" that the rich steal?
 
LOLzZ!
 
You're so pathetically, boobishly inept at economic reasoning! You're pathetic! LOLzZ!
Jeffry Gilbert Added Sep 14, 2017 - 12:42am
Henry Bowman's solution is still the most beautiful.
wsucram15 Added Sep 14, 2017 - 6:46am
So kill em all.. ?
SEF..it is Daydream Believer,  a friend of mine used to sing that to me. 
 
 Good article SEF.. I wish people would think and learn, but we are doomed to repeat the same mistakes and hence the cycle continues. I keep saying people want this to change, but they wont go out and do anything to change it. Somehow, we just expect to wake up one day and it will all be better.
*Sigh"
George N Romey Added Sep 14, 2017 - 10:19am
There is a Deep State that we allow to exist with our ignorance and belief in propaganda.  Hitler had nothing on the current US Deep State.
Dave Volek Added Sep 14, 2017 - 11:13am
Good article SEF:
 
I have been thinking of writing something similar. There are no secret meetings of elite members of the corporate class with the purpose of controlling the world. There are no plans to eliminate the middle class and subjugate the 90% of us who won't belong to the upper class to some kind of slave labor.
 
Having said that, there just might be social forces pushing us in that direction. If so, what should we do about it?
 
Your article hints at why this social force might be succeeding. We, the people, are willingly putting much of our spare time and energy into trivial recreations.  In this way, the supposed DEEP STATE keeps us placated as not to fight those social forces. It is sort of like being wined and dined on a luxury boat heading for Niagara Falls.
 
I have a solution for this: Replace western democracy with the TDG (Tiered Democratic Governance). With the TDG, our elected politicians will not beholden to any corporate agendas or flimsy ideologies.  With the TDG, the people will be defining the role of business in our economy, not the other way around.
 
If there is a DEEP STATE, then I would say that it has successfully inculcated in the population not to read my book--or any other idea that proposes to replaces western democracy. The DEEP STATE controls political parties, which gives the illusion of democracy. It has devised all sorts of entertainment for us not to think about alternatives to governance.
 
Even avowed enemies of the DEEP STATE cannot bring themselves to spend three hours to read my book. That's how DEEP this DEEP STATE really is!
 
 
 
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Sep 14, 2017 - 11:16am
Jeffry
 
I have to check Henry Bowman.
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Sep 14, 2017 - 11:18am
George
 
I think the Deep State or however you want to call it exists since the early 20th century. Hitler himself might not have had something to do with it, but the industry and clans like Rockefeller, Bush or Rothschild very well had.
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Sep 14, 2017 - 11:20am
Dave
 
Sounds good. The question is even when it would find a majority in favor of it, how would you implement it as long as wealth and power lie in the hands of the "Deep State" ?
Jeffry Gilbert Added Sep 14, 2017 - 11:46am
I've told you about him many times over these last years Stone. You still haven't read section of Unintended Consequences apparently?
Dave Volek Added Sep 14, 2017 - 12:16pm
Stone: Good Question
Any social movement (good or bad) requires only a small minority, often said to be 2% of the population, to start working towards. In my book, I outline how this 2% can start building this new system--and learn the skills to make it work--while the 98% is too busy watching TV and won't notice a social change is happening. I figure that the TDG builders will need to spend about 10 to 20 hours a month on the TDG. So they still have time to go to work, feed their family, and engage in some recreation themselves. It will take about 20 years to build the TDG to where it can replace western democracy.
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Sep 14, 2017 - 12:42pm
Jeffry
 
I haven't got really time to read books. When I'm not out working, I work at home on the PC, "networking", whatsapping with Senegal and Cameroon on biz and privately, write emails and read papers and information.....and in between I'm on WB LOL
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Sep 14, 2017 - 12:45pm
Dave
 
Would be good, since "democracy" never really worked, as didn't all other systems. Why not try ?  But I'd have to know exactly what TDG is and where it does get support from, IF it gets some.
Jeff Michka Added Sep 14, 2017 - 12:50pm
Geo Romey sez: Hitler had nothing on the current US Deep State.-You don't have anything but half-baked opinions about the Deep State, AND as wsucram15 notes: I keep saying people want this to change, but they wont go out and do anything to change it. Somehow, we just expect to wake up one day and it will all be better.-Game, set, match for all the WB Deep State conspiracy theorists.  They are never going to do anything, and if they squint their eyes a bit harder, they are sure to wake up and, if by magic. it will "all be better."
Dave Volek Added Sep 14, 2017 - 1:08pm
Stone:
 
Coming from a long lineage of East European peasants, I would say that western democracy has worked rather well for me. Being well educated and living in the middle class would have been impossible for my great-grandparents to envision for their progeny. So I'm not against western democracy; rather it's time we retired that old horse and moved on to something better.
 
In my younger days, I spent six years in a political party as my efforts to make the world a better place. To make a long story short, I became disillusioned with the whole process. Yet somehow I envisioned another system--without political parties and noisy election campaigns. In 1997, I started putting pen to paper. 
 
The third version (written in 2008) is on my website--free of charge. While I could get a lot of people to that website, very few wanted to read a book on a computer screen. Plus I deemed that most people don't really believe an advanced system is possible. 
 
I am hoping that the political rise  of Mr. Trump is causing a few people to wonder enough about the state of democracy to seriously consider an alternative (my friends and family think I'm nuts). So I have been working on the fourth version for almost a year. It is an improvement from the third, but more importantly, it will be in an e-book for a more comfortable read.  
 
 
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Sep 14, 2017 - 1:11pm
Dave
 
I'll pass by. BTW: Your family just doesn't understand. Keep on !
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Sep 14, 2017 - 1:15pm
Dave
 
Didn't find a PDF to download into my reader. But when you get one, I'll surely read it. I'll have more time in Senegal to read books than now.
Dave Volek Added Sep 14, 2017 - 1:41pm
Stone
I removed the PDFs about a year ago when I decided for the e-book format. I guess there are a few links remaining. But you still read the book (3rd version) webpage-by-webpage.
 
Dave Volek Added Sep 14, 2017 - 1:42pm
Stone:
I can send you the pdfs by email if you want.
 
 
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Sep 14, 2017 - 1:59pm
Yes please. jurg.friedli@afronum.com :-)
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Sep 14, 2017 - 2:04pm
BTW: PDF is better. Consider that not everyone who has a computer, phone or laptop/pad wants to buy a reader too. And since I work with poor people here most simply can't afford a gadget that can read ebooks. They download PDF's and read them on the PC. There are apps to read ebooks on a PC, but that requires certain knowledge which - astoundingly - a lot of users don't have. You'd be surprised how many clients I meet at work who have no idea about the possibilities of their PC.
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Sep 14, 2017 - 2:06pm
BTW: African youths are a LOT more powerful on IT than our people. Most don't only use it, almost all can repare it LOL
Dino Manalis Added Sep 14, 2017 - 2:29pm
 We all have interests, many of them are mutual, that's why we should work together to pass responsible legislation to safeguard our interests.
Dave Volek Added Sep 14, 2017 - 3:06pm
SEF:
 
Back in 2009, I wanted the TDG to be freely available. So I set it up to earn some advertising revenue as a means for the world to pay a little bit for my efforts. But I always thought that advertising was detracting from my website and acceptance of my ideas. So I took it off in late 2015. Advertising was not causing the low penetration of visitors to move further into my website.
 
I don't like reading long documents on computer screen, and I don't like printing off books from PDF files. But I sure like my e-reader. I will only go back to a real book if there is no e-book. I hope my likes and dislikes are what the market wants to see or not see.
 
The third version of the TDG will still be available for free. If I get enough sales of the e-book (fourth version), I will update the website to the fourth version. In that way, I believe anyone who wants to read the book can have it with only an internet connection and web browser. No payment or special technology is required.
 
 
 
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Sep 14, 2017 - 3:12pm
Dave
 
I understand. But be aware of the fact that 90% of the people I know have no reader here. And I guess that the more people can read it, the more response you will have !
 
Readers are a luxury item - maybe not in the US, but here in Europe and in Africa only a minority has one.
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Sep 14, 2017 - 3:16pm
http://www.davevolek.org/
 
I don't wanna be rude, but your website looks worse than mine in design. You should make it more attractive.
 
http://afronum.com/en/
 
That's mine. Costs an apple and a pie. The frame was programmed in advance, I did the rest. Couldn't do it from scratch, since I'm a network engineer by profession and not a web designer.
opher goodwin Added Sep 14, 2017 - 6:24pm
SEF - you are right about the 'Deep State'. There is a loose group of wealthy, powerful individuals who look after their own interests. They control things because they have the money and power to do so. They own the media and lobby/bribe the politicians.
Jeffry Gilbert Added Sep 14, 2017 - 9:19pm
There is a loose group of wealthy, powerful individuals who look after their own interests.
 
Many of whom are libturds. Goolag, YT, et al. 
 
George N Romey Added Sep 15, 2017 - 12:59pm
I would never call them Progressive unless being Progressive means screwing humanity for making even more billions.
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Sep 15, 2017 - 1:10pm
Jeffry
 
Yep. IT business IS "libtard" in general.
Dave Volek Added Sep 15, 2017 - 2:54pm
SEF
 
My website is indeed old technology and layout, built just before the WYSIWYG HTML editors became truly user friendly. If I change out the TDG section, I should keep the layout consistent for all my inventions, which make my website about 1000 webpages. There will still be some minor HTML fiddling to get those 1000 webpages up to modern layout. Nothing is that simple.
 
I see a lot of time (which I don't have) or a lot of money to hire someone (which I don't have) to make TDG more modern. And if I'm going in this modern direction, I should prepare more illustrations and graphics (more time and money).
 
In my quest to make DVBE (Dave Volek's Business English) more marketable, I did three upgrades to the DVBE website, with each upgrade better looking than the last. And within each upgrade, I changed the landing page several times to try to get more penetration of visitors to take a serious look. If there is an axiom "Build a better website, and customers will come," it didn't work for me.
 
I doubt a better looking TDG section will help penetration.
 
In the intermediate future, I'm going to keep the layout as it is.  The TDG is free to read for those who don't have cash and e-readers.
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Sep 18, 2017 - 11:01am
Dave
 
A lot to read, thanks :-)
John G Added Sep 19, 2017 - 2:59am
Gadhaffi's Green Book was much better and the Jamahiriya actually worked.

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