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The New World Orderisation


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I was thinking about this orderisation of the economy - I will add to it later, but it appears the economy will suffer, but what will benefit? I thought the economy was the winning card in the deck, with the financial system on a par with it.  But it may be social control is the trump card. So the order appears like this:

1. Social Control

2. The Financial System

3. The Economy

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Years ago, when I was young, and in the supermarket shopping with mother. I thought to myself about the checkout staff. I thought the perfect queue is one where it would be continuous. There would be no break, to allow a time to chat (only through regulated breaks). The queue shouldn't be too long, but not too short either.

Funny how these things come to pass.

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3 hours ago, 201p said:

Years ago, when I was young, and in the supermarket shopping with mother. I thought to myself about the checkout staff. I thought the perfect queue is one where it would be continuous. There would be no break, to allow a time to chat (only through regulated breaks). The queue shouldn't be too long, but not too short either.

Funny how these things come to pass.

This was the entire objective of the popular US import "Six Sigma Program"

As you say treating employees like robots who never quite get the chance to pause.

We had a huge initiative with it a few years ago which nobody liked. It died the death and I haven't heard about it since then. Hopefully people managed to sabotage it enough for the top nobs to give up.

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33 minutes ago, Wahoo said:

If you have more wealth than you could possibly spend in your lifetime....why would you give a shit about an economy?

Your efforts become focused on stopping someone stealing it.

I always felt the economy driven by debt was a means of social control, but what we have seen lately, that this is two separate entities. The economy can be and will be sacrificed when the time dictates that is necessary. 

People go to work, pay their bills. Spend the rest of their time on holiday or on hobbies such as shopping, socialising etc. This worked in the past, but not going forward.  I think there are too many activists right now, which is disrupting this order.

 

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37 minutes ago, Wahoo said:

If you have more wealth than you could possibly spend in your lifetime....why would you give a shit about an economy?

Your efforts become focused on stopping someone stealing it.

Or you'd get bored with the money and trinkets per se and being enough of a megalomaniac / psychopath to dedicate enough time to becoming CEO of world sized company to drift into power trips.

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58 minutes ago, Wahoo said:

If you have more wealth than you could possibly spend in your lifetime....why would you give a shit about an economy?

Your efforts become focused on stopping someone stealing it.

people in the high end areas of SF are scared to leave their building due to the number of home invasions

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