Saturday, June 14, 2014

Laughing at the Deluded

"If we just let our vision of the world go forth, and we embrace it entirely, and we don't try to piece together clever diplomacy but just wage a total war, our children will sing great songs about us years from now. - the completely deluded neocon coward and traitor Richard Perle

It is impossible to predict the future, and reality is not linear cause-and-effect. Usually, it's a cybernetic feedback system.

I met people who really think there is a world-wide conspiracy by incredibly brilliant but demonic people to impose some sort of New World Order on the globe. Oh really? The entire Middle East is falling apart, as I predicted when the retarded George Bush, influenced by the traitors and cowards known as neocons, invaded Afghanistan and Iraq. Everything I predicted came true, including Iran invading Iraq (Iran is a country thousands of years old: Iraq isn't a country at all).

United States of Europe? The place is falling apart. Muslims taking over Europe? They'll be expelled at best, slaughtered at worst.

People like to believe in conspiracies several hundred years old, and witches, and demons, because it allows them to make simple sense of a world increasingly complex and chaotic world. And it allows them to blame their problems on other people, which is the first defense humans engage in.

I read about people "taking the Red Pill" and getting out of the Matrix and other such things. To which I smile and say: sure, whatever, not when you believe everything is a conspiracy.

Look up what Isaiah says about conspiracies. You don't know? You should. Google it. I've quoted it several times here.

I personally like the World English Bible translation.

12 comments:

Glen Filthie said...

Like most Americans, you do not understand the middle east. George Bush was certainly not an idiot; and he will be remembered as a visionary.

sth_txs said...

"I met people who really think there is a world-wide conspiracy by incredibly brilliant but demonic people to impose some sort of New World Order on the globe. Oh really? "

I don't know if these people are really that brilliant or demonic, but I do think there is concerted effort to harmonize various aspects of the world, particularly money and banking and taxes to the detriment of us serfs. Why is the UN still around? Why is the IRS so concerned about foreign bank accounts? We can bomb an Al Quada leader in a dirt cave in Afghanistan but we can't stop the drug dealers just across the border? The alleged 9/11 hijackers evaded all the world's intelligence agencies for years? Yes, nothing to see here, it just happens.

If you look at the wars of the last century and connections of the power players (political and financial), I really doubt much of the conflict in this world happens in this mysterious vacuum.

The Muslims are one group that will never submit to control. Iran has so far evaded control but that does not mean they will not stop trying.

Anonymous said...

Aside from Geln Filthie being a complete and total idiot, you may wish to Google up "The Zionist Plan for the Middle East", a work that illustrates the literal plan written in the late-1920's-early 1930's by uber-Zionist Theodore Hertzel. Follow that up with Zbig's 1997 book titled "The Grand Chessboard." This isn't a "conspiracy", but, rather, it is a plan in open view if one is willing to look a bit for it that is being executed exactly as designed and the Bush-Clinton-Bush-Obama teams are simply filling their roles as major players in its execution and fulfillment.

kurt9 said...

Good point. I've always considered such conspiracy theories to be jokes. The reason why large conspiracies are logistically impossible is because of the nature of human organizations. All human organizations devolve into bureaucracies, the larger the organization, the more bureaucratic it becomes. All bureaucracies are dysfunctional (this appears to be a law of nature). Hence, all large scale human institutions become dysfunctional over time, thus making any kind of conspiracy logistically impossible.

I will further note that all non-libertarian world-views are based on the efficacy of large-scale social institutions (in effect bureaucracies, thus ruling out usefulness of any such world-views.

Bob Wallace said...

Pournelle's Iron Law of Bureaucracy: everything turns into back-stabbing bureaucracies engaging in pissing contests to protect their turf.

Anyone who's dealt with large government laughs at the idea of all these gigantic hidden conspiracies.

fatmanjudo said...

Google the "pentagon's new map" if you want to understand the order behind the chaos.

Bob Wallace said...

I am very familiar with the idiot who wrote "The Pentagon's New Map," and how he has been wrong in everything he predicted.

You'd be better off reading Richard Maybury, who actually understands what is going on.

Glen Filthie said...

Glen Filthie? An idiot?!?!? How DARE you! You arrogant worm!!! Bob, would you be a sport and fetch the duelling pistols?

Do you think, though, Bob, that the super-rich (referred to by the Occutards as the eeeeevil 1%)- that it is possible to steer 'some' international events from the shadows? For example, if we want to talk about idiotic presidents the one you have is a case in point: he can't talk to even pre-schoolers without a teleprompter,and his only defense against a mature debate is to play the race card. How is it that a half breed, half wit like Barkie get the job he has without scads of cash and power brokers doing the heavy lifting? I submit somebody is pulling his strings.
And can you explain those people that always seem to profit regardless of world events? At some point gamblers HAVE to fail and there are stock market players that win through thick or thin. I don't think these conspirators are as powerful as stupid people would like to think...but I think they ARE there. They always have a means of staying in the shadows though.

kurt9 said...

Anyone who's dealt with large government laughs at the idea of all these gigantic hidden conspiracies.

Exactly. I used to be kind of persuaded by certain conspiracy theories when I was a college student. My first job after college, for a major aerospace defense contractor, cured me of such delusions the first 6 months on the job.

As you say, the right hand (lets say Manager A) literally did not know what the left hand (Manager B) was doing where I worked. The place was completely dysfunctional and collapsed about the same time the Soviet Union did in 1991.

Anonymous said...

"Muslims taking over Europe? They'll be expelled at best, slaughtered at worst."

If they don't do something in the next few years to stabilize the demographic situation there, what's coming in Europe will probably make the St. Bartholomew's Day massacre look like a pillow-fight. The irony of it is that the countries which embraced their right-wing national-identity parties early and kept immigration to reasonably low levels will have the luxury of dealing fairly and humanely with the minorities in their midst. When things get bad, you can bet it'll be the left-wing multiculti districts that will start calling loudest for genocide. It's like watching act III of a tragic play- you can see the disaster looming, but the players won't heed any warnings.

Anonymous said...

"Anyone who's dealt with large government laughs at the idea of all these gigantic hidden conspiracies."

The problem with the kind of people who try to form secret conspiracies against the public is that they also start forming fissiparous secret conspiracies against each other. 19th century industrialists, for example, loved to form cartels to inflate prices, but participants invariably cheated by offering secret deals to favored clients, so the cartels collapsed in no time flat.

Bob Wallace said...

My father was a general contractor and all the contractors informally conspired to set prices high. Someone invariably undercut them. So at the age of 12 I realized any "conspiracy falls apart - because of other people.

Think of the old saying - two people can keep a secret if one of them is dead.