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Its said that history constantly repeats itself although in different form.  We were once ruled by Kings and Queens with rich factions vying to be the next King or Queen.  The elite were in a constant state of war often using the emotions and hopes of the serfs to get themselves into a state of power.  However, most people just prattled along within their meager existence, occasionally turning out for a good beheading in the city square.


Well, I think we are back to the year 1500 in a 21st century way, particularly here in the US.  Groups of rich individuals trying to install their chosen king or queen and thereby themselves become part of the Court.  The people (voters) as typical being used as fodder in their games of power.  Today's allies and friends are tomorrow's enemies and competitors.  Remember pre Trump 2012 (when he began his birther movement) the Clintons and Trumps socialized and often ran in the same circles.  Once Trump was a serious threat to the Clinton dynasty (the classic interloper) the war was on.  Bush, Walker, Rubio were simply wannabes that couldn't command the stage.  Even when the battle is lost the losers continue their plotting for the next battle.


I believe that in 2018 more Americans will give up any hope that government of either party will ever resolve issues.  If problems are solved it will come from the private sector or happen as a circumstance of something else. Instead, like the serfs of 1500 most Americans will attempt to lead and improve their lives the best they can within a system designed for the very few.


Of course, the "politically active" will only get more vocal.  Just like the town criers that would read some edict in the town square during the days of Henry the 8th.  Most peasants were simply working too hard on the farm to notice or care.  Most Americans will simply be too buy watching Netflixes or game boarding or more increasingly working three part time jobs to notice or care.  The latter now becoming the prevailing means of modern serfdom.


Voter turnout will dwindle despite the town criers and court jesters making it the event of the season.  The Kings and Queens, prospective Kings and Queens and their henchmen and henchwomen will continue to bellow even louder as more of the population turns away.  In 2016, fewer people voted for Trump or Clinton than Obama or Romney, a sign that more Americans are figuring out the reality of what candidates say and what they end up doing.


From time to time one faction will be able to totally embarrass another.  The situation will play itself out in public in the most brutal form with the loser suffering untold humility.  Just like that beheading I talked about above most Americans will tune in for the entertainment value.  They did it with Monica Lewinsky and Trump's Access Hollywood tape.  They're to it again when another salacious event presents itself.




Katharine Otto Added Dec 30, 2017 - 11:48am
Ahhh, George,
I see a different future ahead.  Social media, known for frivolity now, will prompt a new level of information and mis-information sharing.  The electronic distancing allows strangers to be friendly, promoting a spirit of cooperation never known in history.
Governments will implode from their own overhead, slowly losing relevance and power as they fail to feed their people.  The common man will become increasingly aware of the buildup of environmental toxins, making CO2 and metbane (CH4) looking tame by comparison.  Mergers of the chemicals, seed, and drug makers will attempt to monopolize the food supply by poisoning and mutating at strategic locations, like third world countries.  
Meanwhile, the educated common man will begin to throw off the chains of excessive taxation and spending, finally "stimulating the economy" by a healthy return to frugality and getting value for your investment, in government and business.
In other words, yay for the common man, who has outgrown paternalistic external controls and is ready to claim her own destiny.  You will note a significant number of women leading the charges, using a different strategy but an effective and largely peaceful one.   Nobody has really anticipated the number of brave, passionate, women who have risked their lives--and those of their families--for the causes of truth and justice.
Dino Manalis Added Dec 30, 2017 - 12:04pm
It seems more like a new world disorder!
Tom C. Purcell Added Dec 30, 2017 - 1:09pm
Perhaps we ought to devise the Old World Order Organization (OWOO) and model the next order after the best of history's most successful ones.
Stone-Eater Added Dec 30, 2017 - 1:22pm
▓▓ censored ▓▓
Jeff Jackson Added Dec 30, 2017 - 3:02pm
George, I always like your historical analogies, as your understanding of history is impressive, especially for someone who is mostly involved in business. "That men do not learn very much from the lessons of history is the most important of all the lessons of history"- Aldous Huxley. While the U.S. government was wisely constructed to withstand ephemeral revolutionary notions, it has changed before and will change again. I have faith that enough of the American people will wake up, put down the game boy (or whatever that thing they waste time and money is called) turn off Netflix and reassess their situation and their government. We have changed a lot before, we may change again in the future. It is that change in the U.S. is more of a gradual thing. I believe that we have gradually been digging our own grave, but we aren't buried yet.
Doug Plumb Added Dec 30, 2017 - 3:42pm
This time it will be different. It will be the death of law itself, something that required 2000 years of development - the English (and Roman) Common law. In its place we will have Sharia law or Jewish law because something has to replace it and it is dying a quiet death among those who do not know what it is. Slavery, sacrifice and everything unimaginable will replace it until it becomes reborn. People for the most part are not psychologically capable of understanding it because it involves a class of gods who cannot be questioned (Jews). It has been a Jewish idea since the Old Testament.
George N Romey Added Dec 30, 2017 - 4:00pm
Jeff and Katharine I hope your right. The masses forget that they have the greatest power of all-sheer numbers.
The elite could be brought to their knees instantaneously. They know it. It’s why these keep us divided and confused.
Dave Volek Added Dec 30, 2017 - 8:44pm
You've done it again, George: left me an opening to shamelessly plug my TDG again.
I don't see the process of change coming from the masses waking up one day to go out and protest and vote the right way (or whatever they are supposed to do to make the world a better place).
The TDG will be built by 1% of the population who really realize how unbalanced our society really is AND (note the capitals) be willing to spend 10 to 20 hours a month to get this thing started.
I liken it to the old world order slowly decaying and being discredited and new one being prepared behind the scenes for the time when old order is totally dysfunctional. Chapter 6.
opher goodwin Added Dec 31, 2017 - 6:33am
George - the more things change the more they stay the same.
Stephen Hunter Added Dec 31, 2017 - 9:47am
George it sure does seem like the same old human behavior being recycled in a slightly different format, however riling up the masses using fear, always seems to be a constant. 
Perhaps Dave is on to something, however a major shift like this requires a lot of idea seed planting in the minds of the major majority. Perhaps the time is now to consider a different way, as we can now plainly see what can happen when the masses are influenced by fear. 
Katharine Otto Added Dec 31, 2017 - 11:50am
What will save the common man is that the oligarchs can't get along with each other.  When it comes to dividing up the spoils (or the turf) they are not above shooting each other or confiscating their assets.
Who says laws have to be replaced with new laws?  What about guidelines?  Are laws against murder necessary?  Everyone knows murder is wrong, don't they?  Unless it's a war, of course, and we're fighting for the presumed good guys.
Laws are no good if you don't respect them.  And paternalistic monotheism has had its day in the sun.  
Katharine Otto Added Dec 31, 2017 - 11:51am
What part of what I say do you censure (censor)?  All of it?  
Katharine Otto Added Dec 31, 2017 - 11:53am
It seems the half-my-age (65) generation is more concerned about environmental issues, and environmental toxins, for one thing.  There may be growth potential in the clean-up market.
Stone-Eater Added Dec 31, 2017 - 1:25pm
That was a joke :-) But be sure even here censorship will arrive one day !
George N Romey Added Dec 31, 2017 - 3:46pm
I just don’t see at least in this country people banning together to fight the elite state. Katharine is very correct about the constant infighting goes on. The Trump/Clinton feud nothing more than two super rich families fighting over power and control.
Jeff Michka Added Dec 31, 2017 - 4:49pm
SH sez: however a major shift like this requires a lot of idea seed planting in the minds of the major majority.-That means doing things and ol Geo has an horror of doing things other than complaining.  He's always "right," but never "does." A strange picture, but WBers put up with his whining and lack of action.
Dave Volek Added Dec 31, 2017 - 6:19pm
The symptom you have pointed out in George is quite typical of nearly all westerners. People like to complain, but do very little about changing things. Those who are
"doing things" are more working for a particular faction or ideology rather than society as a whole. Neither the complainers nor the doers are going to effect a better world.
Have you read my ideas on an alternative governance yet? If not, I would say that you too are one of the complainers.
Stephen Hunter Added Jan 1, 2018 - 9:19am
Jeff, I do though think that even if George may blame more than suggest alternative action, he does articulate very well his perspective. But I do agree with you that most of  those who are "doing things" are only acting under the influence of their "pack" and not thinking freely. (and certainly not creatively)
Jeff Michka Added Jan 1, 2018 - 5:31pm
SH defends Geo: I do though think that even if George may blame more than suggest alternative action, he does articulate very well his perspective-All he does is sigh and tell us how useless it is to do anything, How the "old days" were simply wonderful.  AND the constant "end of the world" stuff "you can't do anything about.  He's another bound and tied "deep stater," and that's it.AND Dave V sez: Those who are"doing things" are more working for a particular faction or ideology rather than society as a whole.-Really, Dave, or is that how it's seen through your book?  I resent your comment as unfounded, and dismissive.  I've scanned through your work, much like you scanned mine.  I don't do things for a "faction" or even a cause, but because things must happen.  It's not like being a Geo Romey who just wants a surrender because it can't be done. 
Doug Plumb Added Jan 2, 2018 - 9:36am
@Katherine re "Doug,
Who says laws have to be replaced with new laws?  What about guidelines?  Are laws against murder necessary?  Everyone knows murder is wrong, don't they?  Unless it's a war, of course, and we're fighting for the presumed good guys.
Laws are no good if you don't respect them.  And paternalistic monotheism has had its day in the sun.   "
  The idea of the NWO is that it is replacing common law with hierarchy. Jewish law does not have a common law and the New World Order is in fact based on Jewish philosophy whether you think Jews are behind it or not. Think of all the professionals who call themselves Luciferians (Lucifer is the Jewish god, Lucifer is matter/material) . BUT...... I think ultimately it is Rome at the top. Rome is not synonymous with Roman law.
  What you refer to as "paternalistic monotheism" is common law as developed by the English, German and Romans over a thousand years - especially the Romans. It has a built in yardstick from which to measure laws and the behaviour of the bench - that common law standard best expressed by Kant's Categorical imperative.
  To create a law system one must start with precepts (reason has no precepts of its own and law is based on reason), the precept in Western law is the common law. All men are Equal before the law. The cultural Marxists want to replace this with equality of outcome - who determines equality ? Is it not subjective?
  The courts and the laws, with no yardstick or "cornerstone" as Christ put it will in fact lead us into tyranny, as Plato explains so eloquently and so relevant to today, in book 4 of the Republic.
  Western law is an incredible technology that took over a thousand years to develop. In Rome all the smart people became lawyers. Rome may have fallen but its system of laws is in every Western county for a reason: It is the best expression of the common law ideal.
  If you can do better I would like to hear about how rather than empty platitudes.
  As far as anarchy goes, the idea that we don't need actual laws is a Jewish philosophy as well. It tears down the "paternal hierarchy" but replaces it with nothing. Anarchy died in the jungles before we learned to read and write, and for good reason.
  We have the left because people do not have a sense of (a) history (b) Western law.
  The problem with Western law is that no one learns it and its internal maxims do not protect the ignorant. You become an easy target. Battle in the fields is just replaced with commercial warfare where there is no blood. Warfare has always and will always exist. What form do you want?
  Watch my movie, Dialectic, on my youtube channel. Its not about Jews so there is nothing to fear. Its about thinking - ethically, scientifically and as engineers and how these different modes of thought create different maxims of judgement. It put evolutionary debate into proper context (hint: both sides are both right and wrong)