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Rise of the Machines: How the Industrial Revolution destroyed planet Earth and crushed the human soul.

 
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Rise of the Machines: How the Industrial Revolution destroyed planet Earth and crushed the human soul.
The Industrial Revolution began in Britain in the 18th century with the invention of the steam engine, and within a hundred years this revolution would fill the skies with black smoke and pollution, rape the planet for fuels, and turn millions, eventually billions, into robots; mere extensions of a factory machine.
The poor and the weak have always been exploited by the
landowners or whoever had the financial and physical power of the day. But now it was to be done on a massive, ultimately global scale, as the Brotherhood spread its economic culture across the world. The people came in from the countryside, and filthy urban sprawls appeared around the mills and the factories. They worked long hours often for starvation wages, and the system I have termed ‘take, make, and throwaway’ had arrived. Its Pied Piper was the obsession with the pursuit of economic growth -producing more, consuming more, and throwing away more, every year. But actually playing the tune was the Brotherhood network of bankers and their front organisations, the so called ‘think tanks’. A new religion was born. It was called ‘science’. Christianity was still powerful, but its influence was now in terminal decline.
Suddenly the scientist was God. This science created the machine age and all the potions and poisons that have taken human life, quite possibly, to the brink of non-existence. But as the 19th century passed to the 20th, this new culture and new God had hypnotised much of human consciousness. Science, or what passes for it,
decided that life after physical death was a myth. Everything could be explained by the ‘logic’ of science. Basically we were all a cosmic accident, the product of the random interaction of chemicals, atoms, and the like. This gave Christianity some serious problems, but it gave the human race even more. Not least was the growing belief that life was pointless. The idea was that ‘life’s a bitch and then you die’.
The lives people were being forced to endure in the blackened towns and cities appeared to confirm that this was the case. It was another drain on a human spirit already crushed by the robotic demands of the machine age.

The result of this was a world created by the five physical senses which pandered only to those senses. God was dead and the idea of spirit was a primitive illusion. Materialism had arrived with a vengeance. Our culture was built by material senses for material senses. Such a process could not have created any other kind of world than the one we see today. The higher levels of humans were dismissed by ‘science’ as not even existing and the only high-profile
alternative, Christianity and its religious soul-mates around the World, were leaking credibility with every passing year, thanks to the time-warp in which they are imprisoned. This left a spiritual vacuum which is only now being filled as an understanding of who we are begins to re-emerge in our consciousness. The material-cosmic accident
view so took over this new religion called science, that even when members of its own profession challenged this belief; they were ridiculed, outcast, or ignored. Just as the Brotherhood ensured that they would be. They donÂ’t want some freethinking scientist to find out the truth and be able to prove it. Nearly every true scientist
who has taken human understanding forward has faced that kind of reaction and opposition. ‘Science’ became obsessed with the physical
level and concentrated its mind on discovering the secrets and potential of the physical world, at the expense of seeking those higher levels where the answers really lie. Almost from the start, ‘science’ has been serving the system and the Brotherhood by helping to imprison the human race. In doing that, the new religion has merely followed the pattern of the old.
The whole system was founded and underpinned at every turn by exploitation. Exploitation of the planet; of the human robots in the mines and factories; and of the people in what we now call the Third
World. Most of these ‘under-developed’ countries were then under the occupation and control of Britain and other European Countries.
Countries like Britain could not lose at this stage. It had the technology, primitive as it was, and it had the British Empire. It could take the natural ‘resources’ from the countries it controlled, turn those resources into products, and sell them back at a profit. This global exploitation by the strong at the expense of the weak would
destroy the cultures of Third World countries and take away their self-sufficiency in food. This was vital for the exploitation to continue. When these countries eventually rebelled against physical occupation, Europe and the United States had to replace that with other forms of control. They achieved this by replacing physical occupation with financial occupation. They made poorer countries dependent on the industrialised world for their food and finance. The American senator, Hubert Humphrey, put
it like this:
“I have heard that people may become dependent on us for food. I know that was not supposed to be good news. To me that was good news, because before people can do anything they have to eat. And if you are looking for a way to get people to lean on you and to be dependent on you, in terms of their cooperation with you, it seems to me that food dependency would be terrific.”
Exactly. This motivation would lead to the famine and starvation of the 20th century. It was compounded by the exploitation of land for the maximum production of cash crops in ways that would destroy its fertility; and by the political and internal strife in these countries,
often caused by the effects of poverty or the overthrowing of regimes, openly or overtly, which did not suit the interests of the Brotherhood elite. They didnÂ’t want Third World countries to make their own decisions - they wanted them dependent on the same Brotherhood bankers that ran the West. This goes on today with the United States the leading force in the ongoing effort to unseat any politician or group that threatens American or Brotherhood interests.
Witness Nicaragua and the countless South American dictators
imposed and empowered by the United States.
The speed with which all this happened has been astonishing.
When I was travelling through Arizona in 1993, I stopped at a little cafe at a place called Parker. On the wall was a poster depicting the members and exploits of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid whose bank-robbing activities were made famous by a film of the same name. What struck me most was that it all happened in this century.
The United States went from horseback to space travel in less than 70 years, perhaps even less than that if some stories of covert space flights in the fifties are true. At the same time the USA has become the front line of self-destruction. Anyone who doesnÂ’t believe that
should go into any eating house on any street in America and see just how much of the Earth’s physical form is dumped into a rubbish bin every minute. Since the industrialisation and Christianisation of the United States, it has consumed more of the Earth’s ‘resources’ and created more pollution than any other society on the planet. And tragically that is the culture which has taken over the World in less
than the blink of an eye in the lifespan of Mother Earth.

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This has all happened many times before. Humanity has always managed to claw its way back and each time it reaches a higher level of consciousness. The same will happen again.
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You went thourgh all that to blame Christians.......silly.
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A wise and frugal government, which shall leave men free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvement, and shall not take from the mouth of labor and bread it has earned - this is the sum of good government.-- Thomas Jefferson
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This has all happened many times before. Humanity has always managed to claw its way back and each time it reaches a higher level of consciousness. The same will happen again.
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Humanity would rather listen to a good lie than face the unpleasant truth.
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This has all happened many times before. Humanity has always managed to claw its way back and each time it reaches a higher level of consciousness. The same will happen again.
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Correct. Bravely said, AC.
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