The Big Picture Is Hidden in the Smoke Screen of Its Compartmentalized Subplots
“What I may call the messages of Brave New World, but it is possible to make people contented with their servitude. I think this can be done. I think it has been done in the past. I think it could be done even more effectively now because you can provide them with bread and circuses and you can provide them with endless amounts of distractions and propaganda.”
~ Aldous Huxley
As the “Great Reset” continues to roll forward, most of the media, including the alternative media, is very busy breaking down each and every part of the sub-plots, analyzing everything and every aspect of this plotted terror, and attempting to tackle each element in order to at some point in the far future, hopefully convince their masters to grant them some minor relief. This technique or method of incremental persuasion, is completely worthless, in that it is the exact same strategy that was used to undermine the populace through long-term indoctrination and propaganda campaigns in the first place, and is well understood by the ruling hierarchy. In essence, this is an attempt to go after the state perpetrators of terror by using the same tactics that they perfected, and then used against the masses. No solution to the real problem can ever be achieved with such an illogical, expected, and acquiescent approach.
The big picture is that the ruling ‘elites’ who make up the ruling class, and control governments, are attempting to take over this country and the world, in order to form a global ruling structure by the few based on technocratic governing models. This has been referred to as the “Great Reset,” but could be called any number of things; new world order immediately comes to mind. That is the central focus and the main agenda, and all the other aspects of this that are discussed, argued, fought over, singled out, and vetted incessantly, are the subplots and symptoms of a much larger problem. By breaking everything down to its parts, the focus of attention is spread thin, and each and every compartmentalization helps to hide the true agenda. It is not that these things are unimportant; quite the contrary, but separating them out and concentrating so much energy on each, simply helps to cover up the bigger problem.
This is not accidental by any means, and is certainly a part of the master plot. Getting the subjects to talk about and concentrate on a myriad of intentional abuses at the same time, muddles the mind’s ability to see things clearly. This causes the big picture to remain in the shadows, while all of the subplots are used to help push the end goal of total control forward.
Article from LewRockwell