Kenneth E. Long / Author

Let’s suppose a group of people want to control everyone else. The challenge is formulating a plan so that you can herd all the sheep into the slaughterhouse without them realizing and resisting. The perfect strategy is to present people with an invisible enemy. First, we had the bogey man of global warming, then the war on terrorism, with invisible terrorists. And now we have the scariest foe of all, a hidden virus that can strike anytime and anywhere. The virus is a perfect threat because it’s invisible and omnipresent. Is it real? Yes, it is real, like the flu is real.

So invisible enemies are always the preferred bogey man, mainly if they scare people. If you can use and introduce significant fear, people will need the pharmaceutical industry and the government to protect them from the invisible enemy. Then the second tactic, which is very effective, is to…

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Published by Kenneth E. Long

Author, college professor of economics, swimming and tennis enthusiast

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