There is, as I’m sure you’ve noticed, a massive movement around the world of the people struggling to free themselves from the shackles of oppression. The latest initiative – the “I won’t pay” movements surging in Greece and a few other countries in Europe, specifically targeting Metro ticket turnstiles.

And, of course, the surging up of indignation causes conniption fits in those in power – from extreme, like the violent crackdowns in Syria and even in #Occupy locations in North America, to more hidden, like the reports leaking out from the Bilderbergers and Trilateral Commission that subtly suggest that all this is a thread to global stability.
This is, of course, a huge crock of horse hooey, since it’s the stability of the elite’s iron hold on power that’s really being threatened. And from the people’s point of view, how could that ever be bad. But we the people play into these Machiavellian tactics when we follow unthinking into that dark night. And it’s this we’d like to consider today.
The Wrong Vibration Between Power and People, today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.