by David Sims
THE ELITES that really do run our country and many other countries depend, first, on the widespread use of reality-approximating fantasies to keep people fooled about how power works in the real world. You are taught these fantasies via the mainstream media for news and for entertainment, and they are formally taught to children as “civics” in high school.
That is, spokesmen for the elite try to convince us that power really works as it is supposed to work, although nothing could be further from the truth.
When fantasy fails to continue to fool people, and those people who were fooled understandably express their displeasure, the elites turn to force. The police show up to arrest you on dubious charges, or the extralegal minions of the elites, such as Antifa terrorists, are sent to harm or harass you, while the police stand by and do nothing.
About a hundred years ago, a Russian writer and magistrate named Sergei Nilus published a tract entitled The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion, which you should read. It identifies Jews as the top echelon of these elites, and that might be correct. But whether it is correct or not, these elites do exist, and you ought to dispense with any lingering influence from your high school civics lessons.
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