The Power of the Top 1% (Polemic) by Edwin L. Young, PhD

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1.  How does the top 1% control the populace of the US and other nations?

a. Corporate CEO s

b. Generals

c. Presidents and Governors and the levels immediately below them

d. Top administration in higher education

e. Owners and heads of major media channels

 

i. The true intentions and goals of the top 1% are never disclosed to the populace

ii. All levels of private sector employees are, ultimately, dependent for their livelihood upon the top 1% and their undisclosed goals and policies and are also dependent upon those directly under the top 1%. All levels of those immediately accountable to these top levels will faithfully adhere to the dictates of the top 1% and their subordinates.
iii. All levels of public sector employees and military personnel are, ultimately, dependent for their livelihood upon the top 1% and their immediate subordinates and, therefore, will follow their orders.

iv. All levels politicians below the top 1% are dependent upon campaign contributions from the top 1% and their closest allies and, therefore, are ultimately beholden to the top 1% and will obey orders passed down as directed to do so. v. All status levels of the general populace are easily propagandized and ‘educated’ by all forms of media and education which are beholden to all levels authority figures above them who, ultimately, are beholden to the top 1%.  The top media and education leaders take their orders from each level of hierarchy above them who are immediately accountable to the top 1%.  Thus all status levels of the general populace, ultimately, can be easily manipulated, controlled, propagandized, and exploited as their orders to do so come from the top 1% and descend down to them through all levels of ranks above them.

 

2.    Our culture, being hierarchically stratified in this way, is so easily controlled by the top 1% that it can do with the rest of the populace whatever they wish and their real intentions need not ever be revealed.

3.    Capitalism and free enterprise have worked both for and against individuals of all nations with respect both to their freedom to create and their being prevented from creating.

4.    Capitalism and free enterprise have worked both as an incentive for and as a deterrent to nations’, and Individuals within these nations’, motivations for inventing and creating.

5.    Ironically, capitalism and free enterprise work both for and against competition.

6.    Capitalism and free enterprise work both for and against the beneficial rewards and consequences that should result from national and international individuals’ inventions and creations.

 

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