Seven categories grabbed my attention when I started this website. They were
- United States
I had a certain perspective about each category and I had questions too. Over the past two years, I have thought about, researched, and written about each of these categories. As a final ceremony to closing this chapter of my writing, I am looking at each of these seven categories and reflecting upon what I learned during these two years.
As I wrote about the United States during the past two years, a recurring theme continued to come to the surface. This theme applies to the United States and the entire world.
Advocates of this conspiracy claim that the technology available at the beginning of the 21st Century now makes a one-world system possible. In fact, this technology, unleashed on almost seven billion people, demands an infrastructure tailored for unity. Lines of nationalism, patriotism, race, and religion become blurry as our society recognizes we are all part of a greater whole.
Those who purport the one-world theory claim that this technology gives institutions the power to maintain religious, judicial, and political control. They say that politicians and religious officials do this when they pass laws that give them the power to control those who disagree with them. Judges do this when they make rulings that strip away what many would call “God-given individual freedoms and rights.” Law enforcement and military do this when they enforce their will with complete disregard for the basic rights of others.
Moreover, with the information revealed by Edward Snowden and company that the American government is spying on individuals at home and abroad, we see that those who wish to remain in control are indeed using technology to do so.
As I encountered these conspiracy theories, I heard the groups attempting to create the one-world systems were The Fed, The Illuminati, The Catholic Church, The New World Order, and another dozen or so organizations of a similar type. The theories blamed these groups and their cronies for every war, disaster, and financial collapse for the past several hundred years.
Some of the conspiracies went back as far as King Solomon of Israel.
During my research, I discovered that these groups exist and they certainly wielded their power and influence throughout history.
In addition, they continue to wield their power and influence today.
However, because there are multiple groups with different agendas, things don’t move forward in a linear fashion towards a one-world system.
Moreover, a one-world system isn’t their goal.
Bankers need multiple currencies to manipulate the economy.
Defense contractors need multiple countries to continue the profitable business of war.
Governments need multiple political parties to justify fundraising.
Therefore, these groups continue to fund the polarization of our world because it is good for business. They create two-sided dramas so they can fund and profit from both of them.
From their perspective, a one-world system doesn’t have to be their goal because they already have a one-world system that consists of at least two opposing forces.
This raises the question, how can opposing forces contribute to a one-world system? I’ll answer that question in my next article when I’ll review the Leisure category.