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PostSubject: Elite's Stateless Wet Dream   Thu 08 Apr 2010, 5:47 pm

I've been tracking this x-Air Force weenie's web site for some time, and he's clearly shilling for the elite by pushing a stateless society where the financial oligarchs can lord over all of us. He's been able to successfully package his propaganda under the concept of what he calls "Resilient Communities" (RC's), where we supposedly live in harmony in little self supporting RC's that are ecologically friendly. Here's an article from Jan 2008, where he explains the dialectic that exists, except with no mention that it is manufactured and totally exaggerated.



THE RESILIENT COMMUNITY
Wednesday, 30 January 2008
http://globalguerrillas.typepad.com/globalguerrillas/2008/01/the-resilient-c.html

It should be clear, as we watch the gyrations and excesses of
global markets, that no organization/state/group has any meaningful
control over its direction.
The same is true for almost every other
aspect of globalization, from the environment to transnational crime to
energy flows. In short, we've lost control and our collective future is
in the hands of a morally neutral system that is operating in ways that
we don't fully understand (nor will we). The best defense against this
emerging situation is not to call for new Manhattan projects or global
treaties or Marshall plans, which won't work since we can neither
marshal the resources necessary nor collectively agree on anything other
than the most basic rules of connectivity, it is to slowly introduce
organic stability into out global system. The concept I've latched onto
as a solution is what I call the resilient community.

This conceptual model creates a set of new services that allow the
smallest viable subset of social systems, the community (however you
define it), to enjoy the fruits of globalization without being
completely vulnerable to its excesses. These services are configured to
provide the ability to survive an extended disconnection from the
global grid in the following areas (an incomplete list):
  • Energy.
  • Food.
  • Security (both active and passive).
  • Communications.
  • Transportation.
The resilient community has broad applicability beyond just
improving the ability of those of us in developed economies to preserve
wealth and a quality of life despite severe system shocks. It can also
be applied to the problems of counter-insurgency in semi-modern urban
environment (to radically update a process that was built for the last
century) and provide the potential for organic development in
underdeveloped areas of the world. The key is that we need to support
the open source efforts currently underway to expand this capability
underway such as the transition
towns
movement to MIT's low tech solutions effort.

I touched on this concept in Brave
New War
and here on this blog. Might need to put out a short book
that really explores the concept in a way that allows people to get
their heads around it.

Also, check out the website Resilient Futures
http://resilientfutures.com/
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PostSubject: Re: Elite's Stateless Wet Dream   Sat 10 Apr 2010, 2:13 am

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This conceptual model creates a set of new services that allow the
smallest viable subset of social systems, the community (however you
define it), to enjoy the fruits of globalization without being
completely vulnerable to its excesses. These services are configured to
provide the ability to survive an extended disconnection from the
global grid in the following areas (an incomplete list):

  • Energy.
  • Food.
  • Security (both active and passive).
  • Communications.
  • Transportation


Some high-powered salesmanship on display here - we are offered "All the Amenities"...(grin). I suspect, however, that this is more of a minimal-comfort, tract-housing setup in reality, and perhaps even more like what I believe is called "row housing."

I also suspect our would-be masters would like it very much if we were to buy into paying for our own enslavement by purchasing one of these "cozy" homes of our own volition...another proof of our stupidity and their superiority.

Sorta a "come into my parlor, " thing... ...
And they would enjoy the deception so, for laughing at others seems to be their sole pleasure in life. They are horrifying examples of unformed humans - missing their souls.
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