How do politicians and their patsies play into the Montesano “plunder scheme”? How did politicians ever come to believe this weird idea that the law could be made to produce what it does not contain — the wealth, science, and religion that, in a positive sense, constitute prosperity? Is it due to the influence of our modern writers on public affairs?
Present-day writers — especially those of the socialist school of thought — base their various theories upon one common hypothesis: They divide mankind into two parts. People in general — with the exception of the writer himself — form the first group. The writer, all alone, forms the second and most important group. Surely this is the weirdest and most conceited notion that ever entered a human brain!
In fact, these writers on public affairs begin by supposing that people have within themselves no means of discernment; no motivation to action. The writers assume that people are inert matter, passive particles, motionless atoms, at best a kind of vegetation indifferent to its own manner of existence. They assume that people are susceptible to being shaped — by the will and hand of another person — into an infinite variety of forms, more or less symmetrical, artistic, and perfected. Moreover, not one of these writers on governmental affairs hesitates to imagine that he himself — under the title of organizer, discoverer, legislator, or founder — is this will and hand, this universal motivating force, this creative power whose sublime mission is to mold these scattered materials — persons — into a society.
And so…. The collective hive, lemmings of Montesano have happily forfeited their responsibility to participate in politics (of which intrudes upon their selfish lives) to give the “brain hurt” decisions over to the “benevolent Queen” as dictated to them by her socialist, self important, elite, “writers” of false history. They allow themselves to be played and molded by this “organized plunder system” in the hopes of joining in and profiting from plunder themselves.
Yes friends. Truth matters, even in Montesano.