With the 2012 Presidential election between Romney and Obama nearly at hand I have been asked by some to share my views on the matter. Frankly, what truly amazes me is the inaccurate belief most people have that this is a battle between the two candidates and their respective parties. Little do they realize both Presidential contenders are merely surrogates in a proxy war existing outside their perspective between trans-national corporations. It is as if peoples minds are unable to pull back the curtain to see the real puppeteers involved in pulling the strings.
Let me first preface my thoughts by stating some of what I know about current day affairs and the future is speculative. This speculation is however based upon my many years of experience with Ryan Moran. The insights I posses due to my close association with someone who was once the world’s most powerful man allows me to extrapolate to the current day and beyond in a unique manner . Granted, it has been nearly ten years since Ryan’s death and a new level of uncertainty exists with each passing year. But still the principles by which he acted remain the same. In my mind it is all to clear in what direction world events are headed.
Let me also be frank in stating most people lack a perspective of trans-national corporate control which exists outside their sphere of view. Their minds look to the familiar and that which is directly in front of them. This mindset creates a mental bubble in which they live and distorts reality. Most will not be able mentally to project themselves to the other side of the bubble of corporate control as it is a reality they are not familiar with. Few individuals will be able to self-examine this idea. The mind shrinks from any reality which challenges the boundaries of the status quo. To be sure, many people I encounter are more intelligent than myself with talents, skills, and accomplishments far exceeding my own. They are educated, well read, have traveled the world extensively and certainly keep up on political discourse. But what they lack is a perspective allowing them to be able to see outside their own sphere of view. Furthermore, it is difficult to see that which remains in the dark and the transnationals wish to keep it this way. All the great minds of a village may wonder what it is like at the top of the nearby mountain but sometimes it is wise to ask the lowly sheep herder who has actually been there.
There are currently more than forty three thousand trans-national corporations dotting the planets landscape. Each one of these corporations is large and generates huge amounts of data at an ever increasing rate. But our minds operate in a linear fashion and cannot comprehend the exponential parameters of this reality. It is this exponential size and speed of the trans-national corporate information that boggles the mind. In essence, we cannot wrap our minds around it. This type of big data can only be monitored, analyzed and understood by super computers. But who posses these super computers? The corporations do and are certainly not willing to share their private information with you. Now, factor in the fact these trans-nationals have their data hidden from view by the laws they enacted. Within any country, only a thin sliver of their operation is exposed. There are corporations hidden behind corporations and then again owned by other corporations that are again hidden behind others around the world. This makes for a most obstructed view. Even more mind baffling is the level of interactiveness and connectivity between these corporate entities. Somewhere under this grand trans-national shell game lies the control to the wealth and power of the world.
The great majority of people wrongly think they understand this when it is clear we as humans do not have the capacity or the access to the tools to do so. Because of the enormity of the information generated and exponential scale of its transmission we are at a loss. We have neither the mental bandwidth or the processing speed to keep up with it. Our reaction is to create a mental bubble with thoughts in a framework we can comprehend. But this framework does not match well with reality as we continue to loose sight as to what is on the other side of the bubble. Yes, the bubble is a porous sort of membrane with information transferring back an forth. Yet it is obvious the trans-nationals have large access to our individual information but we have little access to theirs. Some have learned to piggishly exploit this bubble for their own advantage.
The trans-nationals compete and cooperate in this global arena establishing alliances and adversaries alike. I first found out early on from Ryan Moran the extent to which this occurred. The matter came to light when we were discussing a friend of mine who originally wanted to fund my Psi-control switch. In retrospect his funding would have been miniscule compared with what Ryan eventually contributed. Additionally, I most likely did not have the necessary skills or talent sufficient to carry out the research of such a complex project. That being said, one of the arguments Ryan used for not wanting my friend to be involved with the project was his working for “the other side.” I asked him what he meant by this and he explained how my friend was working for Union Carbide. I knew that but was perplexed by his answer so I asked him to further explain it. Ultimately his explanation came down to the fact that the trans-nationals were split into two separate sides or camps. The side Ryan supported would in today’s parlance be called the Ninety Nine Percent along with the Occupy Wall Street movement. What he called thirty three years ago, “the other side,” now goes by the name of the One Percent. Although our original conversation took place long ago, the notion remains the same. It is clear to me this is the same concept with the terminology recently morphing into a new name.
Remember, Ryan’s main corporate mandate beyond all others was to stop the next great war. Inherently he and his alliances understood that when there is such a discrepancy between the Ninety Nine Percent and the One Percent that extreme instability occurs. It is a bio, psycho, social problem with ramifications tearing at the fabric of society. In this extreme case, factors such as alcoholism rates, crime rates, teenage pregnancy, and a whole host of other variables generally change towards the dysfunctional. It leaves a distrust between members of society, a fraying of the social thread, even at the highest class levels. Bluntly put, this discrepancy and inequality is a recipe for revolution eventually leading to war. For this reason his corporate empire and other like minded trans-nationals have supported the Democrats and not the Republicans.
I will now theorize that as long as the Democrats remain in power, they will try to resolve the issue of inequality through political means. The key point here is if they can maintain a substantial political base in all three governmental branches . By this I mean not just the Presidency, but a substantive presence in the Congress and the Supreme Court. But, if Obama and the Democrats were to loose this election, or for that matter if they were to win this election and eventually loose to the Republicans, and loose a significant amount of support in Congress and the Supreme Court, then I suspect they may take a different tact. At the point where they feel they have lost their political power to control the situation, they will turn their funding and organizational machinery in support of the Ninety Nine Percent and the Occupy Wall Street movement. If you were to witness this happening, a seismic shift is close at hand.
The inequality of class is not just a problem contained to the United States. Rather, like the trans-national corporations themselves, it is a world wide phenomena. This ubiquitous situation could precipitate the first global revolution on a scale never seen before. Where it will start, no one can say. Maybe it will start in America. Then again, maybe it will begin like the recent Arab Spring revolts with the self immolation of a man from Tunisia who had lost his dignity and lost all hope. It only takes a tiny spark to begin a conflagration.
Revolutions by definition are usually violent and explosive in nature. They are many times, if past history is any indication, messy affairs prone to bloodshed. Although this is a position Ryan’s current corporate empire would shun, it is nevertheless one of the possible outcomes. Let us hope and pray a reset of this inequitable situation can be resolved by peaceful and more traditional means. But if it cannot, the dire consequences of a world wide revolution may ensue.