Behold a Pale Horse

BEHOLD A PALE HORSE
William Cooper
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(GNP), and extension (inflation)of currency in excess of GNP.
(3) Banking – loaning of money for interest, and extension (inflation/
counterfeiting) of economic value through deposit loan accounts.
Class #2 industries exist as producers of tangible or consumer (dis-
sipated) products. This sort of activityis usually recognized and labeled bythe public as an “industry.”
Class #3 industries are those which have service rather than a tangible
product as their output.These industries are called (1) househol
ds, and (2)governments. Their output is human activity of a mechanical sort, and their basis is population.
AGGREGATION
The whole economic system can be represented by a three-industry
model if one allowsthe names of the outputs tobe (1) capital, (2) goods,and (3) services. The problem with thisrepresentation is that it would not show the influence of, say, the textile industry on the ferrous metal industry. This is because both the textile industry and the ferrous metalindustry would be contained withina single classification called the”goods industry” and by this process
of combining or aggregating thesetwo industries under one system block they would lose their economic individuality.
THE E-MODEL
A national economy consists of simultaneous flows of production,
distribution, consumption, and investment. If all of these elements including labor and human functions are assigned a numerical
value in like units of measure, say, 1939 dollars, then this flow can be
further represented by a current flow in an electronic circuit, and its behavior can be predicted and manipulated with useful precision.
The three ideal passive energy components of electronics, the capacitor, the resistor, and the inductor correspond to the three ideal passive energy components of economics called the pure industries of
capital, goods, and services, respectively.
Economic capacitance represents the
storage of capital in one form or
another.
Economic conductance re
presents the level of
conductance of mater-
ials for the production of goods.
Economic inductance repr
esents the inertia of
economic value in mo-
tion. This is a po
pulation phenomenon
known as services.

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ECONOMIC INDUCTANCE
An electrical inductor (e.
g., a coil of wire) has an electric current as its
primary phenomenon and a magnetic
field as its secondary phenomenon
(inertia). Corresp
onding to this, an economic i
nductor has a flow of econo-
mic value as its primary phenomenon a
nd a population field as its secon-
dary phenomenon of inertia. When
the flow of economic value (e.g.,
money) diminishes, the human populatio
n field collapses in
order to keep
the economic value (money) flow
ing (extreme case — war).
This public inertia is a result of
consumer buying habits, expected
standard of living, etc., and is gene
rally a phenomenon of self-preservation.
INDUCTIVE FACTORS TO CONSIDER
(1)
Population
(2)
Magnitude of the eco
nomic activities of the government
(3)
The method of financing th
ese government activities
(See Peter-Paul Principle — inflation of the currency.)
TRANSLATION
(A few examples will be given.)
Charge — coulombs — dollars (1939).
Flow/Current — amperes (coulombs
per second) — dollars of flow
per year.
Motivating Force — volts
— dollars (output) demand.
Conductance — amperes per volt — do
llars of flow per year per dol-
lar demand.
Capacitance — coulombs
per volt — dollars of
production inventory/
stock per dollar demand.
TIME FLOW RELATIONSHIPS AND
SELF-DESTRUCTIVE OSCILLATIONS
An ideal industry may be
symbolized electronic
ally in various ways.
The simplest way is to represent a de
mand by a voltage and a supply by a
current. When this is done, the re
lationship between the two becomes
What is called an admittance, which ca
n result from three economic factors:
(1) hindsight flow, (2) present flow, and (3) foresight flow.
Foresight flow is the result of that
property of livin
g entities to cause
energy (food) to be
stored for a period of low en
ergy (e.g., a winter season).
It consists of demands made upon an
economic system fo
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In a production industry it takes se
veral forms, one of which is known
as production stock or inventory. In
electronic symbology this specific
industry demand (a pure capital industry) is represented by capacitance
and the stock or resource is represente
d by a stored charge. Satisfaction of
an industry demand suffers a lag because
of the loading effe
ct of inventory
priorities.
Present flow ideally involves no dela
ys. It is, so to
speak, input today
for output today, a “hand to mouth”
flow. In electronic symbology, this
specific industry demand (a pure use in
dustry) is represented by a conduc-
tance which is then a si
mple economic valve (a
dissipative element).
Hindsight flow is known as habit or
inertia. In electronics this phen-
omenon is the characteristic of an
inductor (economic analog = a pure
service industry) in which a current
flow (economic analog = flow of
money) creates a magnetic field (eco
nomic analog = active human popula-
tion) which, if the current (money flow
) begins to diminish, collapse (war)
to maintain the current (flow of money — energy).
Other large alternatives to war
as economic inductors or economic
flywheels are an open-e
nded social welfare program, or an ENORMOUS
(but fruitful) OPEN-ENDED SPA
CE PROGRAM [WC emphases].
The problem with
stabilizing the eco
nomic system
is that there is too
much demand on account
of (1) too much greed an
d (2) too mu
ch popula-
tion.
This creates excessive economic i
nductance which can only be bal-
anced with economic capaci
tance (true resour
ces or value — e.g., in goods
or services).
The social welfare program is nothi
ng more than an open-ended credit
balance system which creates a false
capital industry to
give nonproductive
people a roof over their heads and food
in their stomachs. This can be
useful, however, because th
e recipients become state property in return for
the “gift,” a standing army for the e
lite. For he who pays the piper picks
the tune.
Those who get hooked on
the economic drug, mu
st go to the elite for
a fix. In this, the method of intr
oducing large amounts of stabilizing
capacitance is by borrowing on the future
“credit” of the world. This is a
fourth law of motion — onset, and cons
ists of performing an action and
leaving the system before the reflected reaction returns to the point of
action — a delayed reaction.
The means of surviving the reaction is
by changing the system before
the reaction can return. By this means, politicians become popular in their
own time and the public pays for it la
ter. In fact, the
measure of such a
politician is the delay time.

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The same thing is achieved by a government by printing money
beyond the limit of the gross nationa
l product, an economic process called
inflation. [Note: REMEMBER THAT INFLATION IS ONLY THE ACT OF
PRINTING MONEY IN EXCESS OF GROSS NATIONAL PRODUCT.
THEY COULD BLAME IT ON THE PRICE OF WIDGETS OR OIL ONLY
BECAUSE YOU NEVER KNEW THE REAL CAUSE. THE REAL CAUSE
AND THE ONLY CAUSE OF INFLATION IS THE PRINTING OF MORE
MONEY BEYOND THE GROSS NATIONAL PRODUCT.] This puts a
large quantity of money into the ha
nds of the public and maintains a
balance against their greed, creates a fa
lse self-confidence in them and, for
awhile, stays the wolf from the door.
They must eventually resort to
war to balance the account, because
war ultimately is merely the act of destroying the creditor, and the poli-
ticians are the publicly hired hit men that
justify the act to keep the respon-
sibility and blood off the public conscience. (See section on consent factors
and social-economic structuring.)
If the people really cared about their fellow man, they would control
their appetites (greed, procreation, etc.) so that they would not have to
operate on a credit or welfare social system which steals from the worker to
satisfy the bum.
Since most of the general public will not exercise restraint, there are
only two alternatives to reduce the economic inductance of the system.
(1)
Let the populace bludgeon each other to death in war, which will
only result in a total destruction of the living earth.
(2)
Take control of the world by th
e use of economic “silent weapons”
in a form of “quiet warfare” and reduce the economic inductance of the
world to a safe level by a process of benevolent slavery and genocide.
The latter option has been taken as the obviously better option. At this
point it should be crystal clear to the reader why absolute secrecy about the
silent weapons is necessary. The gene
ral public refuses to improve its own
mentality and its faith in its fellow man. It has become a herd of proliferat-
ing barbarians, and, so to speak, a blight upon the face of the earth.
They do not care enough about economic science to learn why they
have not been able to avoid war d
espite religious morality, and their
religious or self-gratifying refusal to
deal with earthly problems renders
the solution of the earthly problem unreachable by them.
It is left to those few who are truly willing to think and survive as the
fittest to survive, to solve the probl
em for themselves as the few who really
care. Otherwise, exposure of the silent weapon would destroy our only
hope of preserving the seed of future true humanity….

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THE HOUSEHOLD INDUSTRY
The industries of fina
nce (banking), manufac
turing, and government,
real counterparts of the pure industries
of capital, goods, and services, are
easily defined because they are generally logically structured. Because of
this their processes can be described mathematically and their technical
coefficients can be easily deduced. Th
is, however, is not
the case with the
service industry known as
the household industry.
HOUSEHOLD MODELS
…The problem which a theoretical ec
onomist faces is that the con-
sumer preferences of any household is
not easily predictable and the tech-
nical coefficients of any one house
hold tend to be a nonlinear, very
complex, and variable functi
on of income, prices, etc.
Computer information de
rived from the use of the universal product
code in conjunction with credit-card
purchase as an individual household
identifier could change this state of affairs, but the U.P.C. method is not yet
available on a national or even a signif
icant regional scale. To compensate
for this data deficiency, an alternate i
ndirect approach of analysis has been
adopted known as economic shock tes
ting. This method, widely used in
the aircraft manufacturing industry, de
velops an aggregate statistical sort
of data.
Applied to economics, this means th
at all of the households in one
region or in the whole na
tion are studied as a group
or class rather than
individually, and the mass behavior ra
ther than individual behavior is
used to discover useful estimates of the technical coefficients governing the
economic structure of
the hypothetical
single-house
hold industry….
One method of evaluating the techni
cal coefficients of the household
industry depends upon s
hocking the prices
of a commodity
and noting the
changes in the sales of all of the commodities.
ECONOMIC SHOCK TESTING
In recent times, the appl
ication of Operations Re
search to the study of
the public economy has been obvious for anyone who understands the
principles of shock testing.
In the shock testing of an
aircraft airframe, the recoil impulse of firing
a gun mounted on that airframe cause
s shock waves in that structure
which tell aviation engineers the conditions under which parts of the
airplane or the whole airplane or its wi
ngs will start to vi
brate or flutter like
a guitar string, a flute reed, or a tuning
fork, and disintegra
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Economic engineers achieve the same
result in studying the behavior
of the economy and the consumer public by carefully selecting a staple
commodity such as beef, coffee, gaso
line, or sugar, and then causing a
sudden change or shock in its price
or availability, thus kicking every-
body’s budget and buying habits out of shape.
They then observe the shock wav
es which result by monitoring the
changes in advertising, prices, and sales of that and other commodities.
The objective of such studies is to acquire the know-how to set the
public economy into a predictable state of motion or change, even a con-
trolled self-destructive state of motion which will convince the public that
certain “expert” people should take control of the money system and
reestablish security (rather than liber
ty and justice) for all. When the
subject citizens are rendered unable to cont
rol their financial affairs, they, of
course, become totally enslaved, a source of cheap labor.
Not only the prices of commodities, but
also the availability of labor
can be used as the means of shock testing. Labor strikes deliver excellent
tails shocks to an economy, especially in the critical service areas of truck-
ing (transportation), communication, pub
lic utilities (energy, water, gar-
bage collection), etc.
By shock testing, it is found that there is a direct relationship between
the availability of money flowing
in an economy and the psychological
outlook and response of masses of people
dependent upon that availability.
For example, there is a measurab
le quantitative relationship between
the price of gasoline and the probabil
ity that a person would experience a
headache, feel a need to watch a violent movie, smoke a cigarette, or go to
a tavern for a mug of beer.
It is most interesting that, by observing and measuring the economic
modes by which the public tries to run from their problems and escape
from reality, and by applying the mathematical theory of Operations Re-
search, it is possible to program computers to predict the most probable
combination of created events (shocks
) which will bring about a complete
control and subjugation of the public
through a subversion of the public
economy (by shaking the plum tree)….
INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMIC AMPLIFIERS
Economic amplifiers are the active components of economic engineer-
ing. The basic characteristic of any amplifier (mechanical, electrical, or
economic) is that it receives an input control signal and delivers energy
from an independent energy source to a specified output terminal in a
predictable relationship to that input control signal.
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If a person is spoken to by a T.V. advertiser as if he were a twelve-year-
old, then, due to suggestibility, he w
ill, with a certain probability, respond
or react to that suggestion with the uncritical response of a twelve-year-old
and will reach into his economic reservoi
r and deliver its energy to buy that
product on impulse when he passes it in the store.
An economic amplifier may have several inputs and outputs. Its
response might be instantaneous or delayed. Its circuit symbol might be a
rotary switch if its options are exclusiv
e, qualitative, “go” or “no go,” or it
might have its parametric input/output
relationships specified by a matrix
with internal energy sources represented.
Whatever its form might be, its purpose is to govern the flow of energy
from a source to an output sink in direct relationship to an input control
signal. For this reason, it is called an active circuit element or component.
Economic Amplifiers fall into classes called strategies, and, in com-
parison with electronic amplifiers, the specific internal functions of an
economic amplifier are called logistical instead of electrical.
Therefore, economic amplifiers not
only deliver power gain but also,
in effect, are used to cause ch
anges in the economic circuitry.
In the design of an economic amplifier we must have some idea of at
least five functions, which are
(1)
the available input signals,
(2)
the desired output-control objectives,
(3)
the strategic objective,
(4)
the available economic power sources,
(5)
the logistical options.
The process of defining and evaluating these factors and incorporat-
ing the economic amplifier into an economic system has been popularly
called GAME THEORY [WC emphasis].
The design of an economic amplifier begins with a specification of the
power level of the output, which can
range from personal to national. The
second condition is accuracy of response, i.e., how accurately the output
action is a function of the input commands. High gain combined with
strong feedback helps to deliver the required precision.
Most of the error will be in the in
put data signal. Personal input data
tends to be specific, while national
input data tends to be statistical.
SHORT LIST OF INPUTS
Questions to be answered:
(1)
what
(3) where
(5) why
(2)
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(4) how
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General sources of information:
(1)
telephone taps
(3) analysis of garbage
(2)
surveillance
(4) behavior of children in school
Standard of living by:
(l)food
(3) shelter
(2) clothing (4) transportation
Social contacts:
(1)
telephone — itemized record of calls
(2)
family — marriage certificates, birth certificates, etc.
friends, associates, etc.
(4)
memberships in organizations
(5)
political affiliation
THE PERSONAL PAPER TRAIL
Personal buying habits, i.e.,
personal consumer preferences:
(1)
checking accounts
(2)
credit-card purchases
(3) “tagged” credit-card purchases — the credit-card purchase of
products bearing the U.P.C. (Universal Product Code)
Assets:
(1) checking accounts
(5) automobile, etc.
(2) savings accounts
(6) safety deposit at bank
(3) real estate
(7) stock market
(4) business
Liabilities:
(1) editors
(3) loans
(2) enemies (see – legal)
(4) consumer credit
Government sources (ploys)*:
(1) Welfare
(4) doles
(2) Social Security
(5) grants
(3) U.S.D.A. surplus food
(6) subsidies
*Principle of this ploy — the citizen will almost always make the collection of
intormation easy if he can operate on
the “free sandwich principle” of “eat
now, and pay later.”
Government sources (via intimidation):
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(3)
Census
(4)
etc.
Other government sources — surveillance of U.S. mail.
HABIT PATTERNS — PROGRAMMING
Strengths and weaknesses:
(1)
activities (sports, hobbies, etc.)
(2)
see “legal” (fear, anger, etc. — crime record)
(3)
hospital records (drug sensitiviti
es, reaction to pain, etc.)
(4)
psychiatric records (fears, angers, di
sgusts, adaptability, reactions to
stimuli, violence, suggestibility or hypnosis, pain, pleasure, love, and sex)
Methods of coping— of adaptability — behavior:
(1)
consumption of alcohol
(2)
consumption of drugs
(3)
entertainment
(4)
religious factors influencing behavior
(5)
other methods of escaping from reality
Payment modus operandi (MO) — pay on time, etc:
(1)
payment of telephone bills
(2)
energy purchases (electric, gas,…)
(3)
water purchases
(4)
repayment of loans
(5)
house payments
(6)
automobile payments
(7)
payments on credit cards
Political sensitivity:
(1)
beliefs
(3) position (5) projects/activities
(2)
contacts (4) strengths/weaknesses
Legal inputs — behavioral control (Excuses for investigation, search,
arrest, or employment of force to modify behavior)
(1)
court records
(4) reports made to police
(2)
police records — NCIC (5) insurance information
(3)
driving record
(6) anti-establishment acquaintances
NATIONAL INPUT INFORMATION
Business sources (via I.R.S., etc.):
(1)
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(2)
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(3) investments in
(a)
stocks/inventory
(b)
production tools and machinery
(c)
buildings and improvements
(d)
the stock market
Banks and credit bureaus:
(1)
credit information
(2)
payment information
Miscellaneous sources:
(1) polls and surveys
(2) publications
(3) telephone records
(4) energy and utility purchases
SHORT LIST OF OUTPUTS
Outputs — create controlled situations — manipulation of the econ-
omy, hence society — control by control of compensation and income.
Sequence:
(1) allocates opportunities.
(2) destroys opportunities.
(3) controls the economic environment,
(4) controls the availability of raw materials.
(5) controls capital,
(6) controls bank rates,
(7) controls the inflation of the currency,
(8) controls the possession of property.
(9) controls industrial capacity.
(10) controls manufacturing,
(11) controls the availab
ility of goods (commodities),
(12) controls the prices of commodities.
(13) controls services, the labor force, etc.
(14) controls payments to government officials.
(15) controls the legal functions.
(16) controls the personal data f
iles — uncorrectable by the party
slandered
(17) controls advertising.
(18) controls media contact.
(19) controls material available for T.V. viewing.
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(21)
engages emotions.
(22)
creates disorder, chaos, and insanity.
(23)
controls design of more
probing tax forms.
(24)
controls surveillance.
(25)
controls the storage of information.
(26)
develops psychological analyses and profiles of individuals.
(27)
controls legal functio
ns [repeat of 15]
(28)
controls sociological factors.
(29)
controls health options.
(30)
preys on weaknesses.
(31)
cripples strengths.
(32)
leaches wealth and substance.
TABLE OF STRATEGIES
Do this
To get this
Keep the public ignorant
Less public organization
Maintain access to control
Required reaction to outputs (prices, sales)
points for feedback
Create preoccupation
Lower defenses
Attack the family unit
Control of the educ
ation of the young
Give less cash and more
More self-indulgence and more data
credit and doles
Attack the privacy
Destroy faith in this
sort of government
of the church
Social conformity
Computer programming simplicity
Minimize the tax protest
Maximum economic data, minimum
enforcement problems
Stabilize the consent
Simplicity coefficients
Tighten control of variable
s Simpler comput
er input data — greater
predictability
Establish boundary
Problem simplicity/solu
tions of differential
conditions
and difference equations
Proper timing
Less data shift and blurring
Maximize control
Minimum resistan
ce to control
Collapse of currency
Destroy the faith of the American
people in each other.
[WC: Ultimate objective — New World Order]
DIVERSION, THE PRIMARY STRATEGY
Experience has proven that the
SIMPLEST METHOD of securing a
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I.R.S. source list.)
This information consists of the en
forced delivery of well-organized
data contained in federal and state tax forms collected, assembled, and
submitted by slave labo
r provided by taxpayers and employers.
Furthermore, the number of such fo
rms submitted to the I.R.S. is a
useful indicator of public
consent, an important factor in strategic decision
making. Other data sources are gi
ven in the Short List of Inputs.
Consent Coefficients —
numerical feedback indi
cating victory status.
Psychological basis: When
the government is able
to collect tax and seize
private property without just compen
sation, it is an indication that the
public is ripe for surrender and is consenting to enslavement and legal
encroachment. A good and easily quantif
ied indicator of harvest time is
the number of public c
itizens who pay income tax
despite an obvious lack
of reciprocal or honest service from the government.
AMPLIFICATION ENERGY SOURCES
The next step in the process of designing an economic amplifier is
discovering the energy sources. The energy sources which support any
primitive economic system are, of cour
se, a supply of ra
w materials, and
the consent of the people
to labor and consequently assume a certain rank,
position, level, or class in the social
structure; i.e., to
provide labor at
various levels in the pecking order.
Each class, in guaranteeing its own
level of income, controls the class
immediately below it, hence preserves
the class structure. This provides
stability and security, but al
so government
from the top.
As time goes on and communication and education improve, the
lower-class elements of th
e social labor structure become knowledgeable
and envious of the good things that
the upper-class members have. They
also begin to attain a knowledge of energy systems and the ability to
enforce their rise thr
ough the class structure.
This threatens the sovereignty of the elite.
If this rise of the lower classe
s can be postponed long enough, the elite
can achieve energy dominance, a
nd LABOR BY CONSENT NO LONGER
WILL HOLD A POSITION [WC emphasis] of
an essential economic energy
source.
Until such energy dominance is absolu
tely established,
the consent of
people to labor and let others handle
their affairs must be taken into
consideration, since failure to do so
could cause the people to interfere in
the final transfer of energy sour
ces to the control of the elite.
It is essential to recognize that at
this time, public consent is still an
essential key to th
e release of energy in the pr
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tion.
Therefore, consent as an energy release mechanism will now be con-
sidered.
LOGISTICS
The successful application of a strategy requires a careful study of
inputs, outputs, the strate
gy connecting the
inputs and the ou
tputs, and the
available energy sources to fuel the st
rategy. This study
is called logistics.
A logistical problem is studied at th
e elementary level
first, and then
levels of greater complexity are studied
as a synthesis of elementary fac-
tors.
This means that a given system is
analyzed, i.e., br
oken down into its
subsystems, and these in turn are an
alyzed, until, by this process, one
arrives at the logistical “atom,
” THE INDIVIDUAL [WC emphasis].
This is where the process of
SYNTHESIS [WC emphasis] properly
begins, and at the time of th
e birth of the individual.
THE ARTIFICIAL WOMB
From the time a person leaves its mo
ther’s womb, its every effort is
directed toward building, maintaini
ng, and withdrawing into artificial
wombs, various sorts of substitu
te protective devices or shells.
The objective of these artificial wombs is to provide a stable environ-
ment for both stable and unstable ac
tivity; to provide a shelter for the
evolutionary processes of growth
and maturity — i.e., survival; to
provide
security for freedom and to provide
defensive protection for offensive
activity.
This is equally true of
both the general public
and the elite. However,
there is a definite difference in the wa
y each of these classes go about the
solution of problems.
THE POLITICAL STRUCTU
RE OF A NATION —
DEPENDENCY
The primary reason why the individu
al citizens of a country create a
political structure is a subc
onscious wish or
desire to perp
etuate their own
dependency relationship of childhood.
Simply put, they want a human
god to eliminate all risk from their life, pat them on the head, kiss their
bruises, put a chicke
n on every dinner table, clot
he their bodies, tuck them
into bed at night, and tell them that
everything will be alright [sic] when
they wake up in the morning.
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(1)
provide for the survival of the NATION/WOMB.
(2)
prevent encroachment of anything upon the NATION/WOMB.
(3) destroy the enemy who threatens the NATION /WOMB.
(4) destroy those citizens of their own country who do not conform for
the sake of stability of the NATION/WOMB.
Politicians hold many quasi-military jobs, the lowest being the police
which are soldiers, the attorneys and
the C.P.A.S next who are spies and
saboteurs (licensed), and the judges
who shout the orders and run the
closed union military shop for whatever the market will bear. The generals
are industrialists. The “presidential”
level of commander-in-chief is shared
by the international bankers. The people know that they have created this
farce and financed it with their own taxes (consent), but they would rather
knuckle under than be the hypocrite.
Thus, a nation becomes divided into two very distinct parts, a DOC-
ILE SUB-NATION [great silent majo
rity] and a POLITICAL SUB-NATION.
The political sub-nation remains attached to the docile sub-nation, tolerates
it, and leaches its substance until it grows strong enough to detach itself
an
d then devour its parent.
SYSTEM ANALYSIS
In order to make meaningful computerized economic decisions about
war, the primary economic flywheel, it is necessary to assign concrete
logistical values to each element of the war structure — personnel and
material alike.
This process begins with a clear and candid description of the subsys-
terms of such a structure.
THE DRAFT
(As military service)
Few efforts of human behavior modification are more remarkable or
more effective than that of the socio-
military institution known as the draft.
A primary purpose of a draft or other such institution is to instill, by
intimidation, in the young males of a society the uncritical conviction that
the government is omnipotent. [WC Note: The truth is just the opposite, as
government exists only with the consent of the people.] He is soon taught that a
prayer is slow to reverse what a bul
let can do in an instant. Thus, a man
trained in a religious environment for ei
ghteen years of hi
s life can, by this
instrument of the government, be broken down, be purged of his fantasies
and delusions in a matter of mere mont
hs. Once that conviction is instilled,
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EVEN MORE INTERESTING IS
THE PROCESS BY WHICH A
YOUNG MAN’S PARENTS,
WHO PURPORTEDLY LOVE HIM, CAN BE
INDUCED TO SEND HIM OFF TO WA
R TO HIS DEATH [WC emphasis].
Although the scope
of this work will
not allow this matte
r to be expanded
in full detail, nevertheless, a coarse overview will be possible and can serve
to reveal those factors which must be
included in some numerical form in
a computer analysis of social and war systems.
We begin with a tentative definitio
n of the draft. THE DRAFT (selec-
tive service, etc.) is an
institution of COMPULSO
RY collective SACRIFICE
and SLAVERY, devised by the middle-aged and the elderly for the purpose
of pressing the young into
doing the public dirty work
. It further serves to
make the youth as guilty as
the elders, thus making criticism of the elders
by the youth less likely (Generational Stabil
izer). It is marketed and sold to
the public under the label of
“patriotic = na
tional” service.
Once a candid economic definition of th
e draft is achieved, that defini-
tion is used to outline
the boundaries of a stru
cture called a Human Value
System, which in turn is translated
into the terms of game theory. The
value of such a slave laborer is give
n in a Table of Human Values, a table
broken down into categories by intellect, experience, post-service job
demand, etc.
Some of these categories are ordina
ry and can be tentatively evaluated
in terms of the value of certain jobs for which a known fee exists. Some jobs
are harder to value because they are unique to the demands of social
subversion, for an extreme example: th
e value of a mother’s instruction to
her daughter, causing that
daughter to put
certain behavioral demands
upon a future husband ten or fifteen
years hence; thus, by suppressing his
resistance to a perversion of a government, making it easier for a banking
cartel to buy the State of New York in, say, twenty years.
Such a problem leans heavily upon the observations and data of
wartime espionage and many types of
psychological testing. But crude
mathematical models (algorithms, etc.) ca
n be devised, if not to predict, at
least to predetermine these events
with maximum certainty. What does
not exist by natural coop
eration is thus enhanced by calculated compul-
sion. Human beings are machines, le
vers which may be grasped and
turned, and there is littl
e real difference between
automating a society and
automating a shoe factory.
These derived values are variable. (It is necessary to use a current
Table of Human Values for computer an
alysis.) These values are given in
true measure rather than U.S. dollars
, since the latter is unstable, being
presently inflated beyond
the production of national
goods and services so
as to give the economy a false kine
tic energy (“pape
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The silver value is stable, it being possible to buy the same amount
with a gram of silver today as c
ould be bought in 1920. Human value
measured in silver units changes sl
ightly due to changes in production
technology.
ENFORCEMENT
FACTOR I
As in every social system appr
oach, stability is achieved only by
understanding and accounting for human nature (action/reaction pat-
terns). A failure to do so can be, and usually is, disastrous.
As in other human social schemes, one form or another of intimidation
(or incentive) is essential to the success of
the draft. Physical principles of
action and reaction must be applied to
both internal and external subsys-
terms.
To secure the draft, individual brainwashing/programming and both
the family unit and the peer group
must be engaged and brought under
control.
FACTOR II— FATHER
The man of the household must be housebroken to ensure that junior
will grow up with the right social training and attitudes. The advertising
media, etc., are engaged to see to it
that father-to-be is pussy-whipped
before or by the time he is married. He
is taught that he either conforms to
the social notch cut out for him or his sex life will be hobbled and his tender
companionship will be zero. He is made to see that women demand
security more than logical, principled, or honorable behavior.
By the time his son must go to war, father (with jelly for a backbone)
will slam a gun into junior’s hand before father will risk the censure of his
peers, or make a hypocrite of himself by crossing the investment he has in
his own personal opinion or self-esteem. Junior will go to war or father will
be embarrassed. So junior will go to
war, the true purpose not withstand-
FACTOR III — MOTHER
The female element of human society is ruled by emotion first and
logic second. In the battle between logic and imagination, imagination
always wins, fantasy prevails, maternal instinct dominates so that the child
comes first and the future comes second. A woman with a newborn baby
is too starry-eyed to see a wealthy man’s cannon fodder or a cheap source
of slave labor. A woman must, however, be conditioned to accept the
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As the transition becomes more di
fficult to manage, the family unit
must be carefully disintegrated, and
state-controlled public education and
state-operated child-care centers must become more common and legally
enforced so as to begin the detachme
nt of the child from the mother and
father at an earlier age. Inoculation of
behavioral drugs [Ritalin] can speed
the transition for the child (mandatory). CAUTION: A woman’s impul-
sive anger can override her fear. An irate woman’s power must never be
underestimated, and her power over
a pussy-whipped husband must like-
wise never be underestimated. It got women the vote in 1920.
FACTOR IV — JUNIOR
The emotional pressure for self-preservation during time of war and
the self-serving attitude of the common herd that have an option to avoid
the battlefield — if junior can be pers
uaded to go — is all of the pressure
finally necessary to propel Johnny off to war. Their quiet blackmailings of
him are the threats: “No sacrifice, no friends; no glory, no girlfriends/’
FACTOR V —SISTER
And what about junior’s sister? She is given all the good things of life
by her father, and taught to expect
the same from her future husband
regardless of the price.
FACTOR VI — CATTLE
Those who will not use their brains are no better off than those who
have no brains, and so this mindless sc
hool of jelly-fish, father, mother, son,
and daughter, become useful beasts of burden or trainers of the same.
[End of excerpt]
WC/Author’s Note: So now you know. This chapter could only come in the
beginning. Your preconceived ideas had to
be shattered in order for you to
understand the rest of this book. In this chapter you can see every step that the
elite have taken in their war to contro
l this once great nation. You can see the
steps that will be taken in the future
. You can no longer pretend innocence.
Your denial of the conspiracy will fall
on deaf ears. This book is part of the
education that will give Americans the
weapons needed in the coming months
and years of hardship as the New World Order struggles to be born.
Many will argue that “Silent Weapons
for Quiet Wars” is only a bogus
conglomeration of words for which the wr
iter has never taken credit or res-
ponsibility. Those who do so ignore the
self-evident truths contained within
the document. They ignore these truths be
cause they are an indictment of their
own ignorance, which they cannot face.
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quently came to pass. It cannot be ignored or dismissed. The document is
genuine. Its truths cannot be negated or
shrugged away. The message is this:
You must accept that you have been
cattle and the ultimate consequence of
being cattle — which is slavery — or you
must prepare to fight, and if neces-
sary die to preserve your G
od-given right to Freedom.
That last sentence is the real reason why people choose to ignore “Silent
Weapons for Quiet Wars.” People are not ready to admit that they have been
cattle. They are not prepared to fight, a
nd if necessary die, for Freedom. It is
an indictment of the citizens of the United States of America. And that is the
total confirmation of the truth of the
information contained in “Silent Wea-
pons for Quiet Wars.”