Sunday, 17 January 2010

Britain: a "mercenary society"

As I've pointed out, and sought to explain from a human-evolutionary, i.e. Darwinian, perspective, in many earlier posts, Britain is not really a society at all, not primarily, but an artificial, socioeconomic environment, managed by the state and economy (capital), which developed over centuries to facilitate its (self)-exploitation, to the advantage of power, wealth and privilege, which nowadays includes politicians, media people, many other professions and most of academia, who between them have virtually complete control over public opinion.
"Society" really is very much like a mercenary army, which is why the state and those who identify with it are so little concerned for the native population and are quite happy to have it supplemented and increasingly replaced by immigrants. Like the generals of a mercenary army, what our political and business leaders mainly care about is that they have the manpower and skills to carry out their operations, which all relate to the retention, pursuit and exercise of power and their own advantage, thereby deluding themselves, and others, into believing that they are serving "society" rather than exploiting it.

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