Joined: 22 Aug 2008 Posts: 1046 Location: 3d-rate nation
Posted: Thu Dec 01, 2011 5:38 am Post subject:
Yes, Gary, our biggest misfortune is lack of “institutional memory” and surface knowledge of the history from the “comic books” approach rather than going to the source.
I was talking to my daughter and suggested that she reads the works and letters and “Federalists Papers” by A. Hamilton. She loved the language, couldn’t help noticing how deep and beautiful it was, how it is different from anything we find in the modern English writings.
But she couldn’t finish it – was too hard.
I have to admit that I am admiring the Imperial Institutions, even that they do the Evil work. I am admiring their extremely deep and versatile Institutional Memory and Knowledge Base, their ability to plan for long stretches of time, 20, 30, 50 years ahead.
Take a look at the way they took down the US Commercial Banking System. I believe it took overall more than 40 years to accomplish, with sometimes small “insignificant” changes to existing government policies, all changes having (on the surface) well-defined and acceptable justifications, but in the end acting as a small building blocks of the single Evil plan.
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