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#orward '#rom 1ill 2ooper0s 71ehold a Pale )orse.7 ( Preface Silent Weapons for uiet Wars Securit, )istorical Introduction Political Introduction Energ, +escriptive Introduction of the Silent Weapon Theoretical Introduction 8eneral Energ, 2oncepts Mr. 9othschild0s Energ, +iscover, Apparent 2apital as 7Paper Inductor 1reakthrough Application in Economics The Economic Model Industrial +iagrams Three Industrial 2lasses Aggregation The E6model Economic Inductance Inductive #actors to 2onsider Translation Time #low 9elationships and Self6destructive :scillations Industr, E/uivalent 2ircuits Stages of Schematic Simplification 8enerali!ation #inal 1ill of 8oods

The Technical 2oefficients The )ousehold Industr, )ousehold Models Economic Shock Testing Introduction to the Theor, of Shock Testing E ample of Shock Testing Introduction to Economic Amplifiers Short List of Inputs

The Personal Paper Trail )a-it Patterns 66 Programming ;ational Input Information
Short List of :utputs Ta-le of Strategies +iversion" the Primar, Strateg, +iversion Summar,


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2onsent" the Primar, *ictor, Amplification Energ, Sources Logistics The Artificial WomThe Political Structure of a ;ation 6 +ependenc, Action<:ffense 9esponsi-ilit, Summar, S,stem Anal,sis The +raft Enforcement #actor I #actor II 6 #ather #actor III 6 Mother

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This manuscript was delivered to our offices -, an unknown person. We did not steal the document" nor are we involved with an, theft from the >nited States 8overnment" and we did not get the document -, wa, of an, dishonest methods. We feel that we are not endangering the 7;ational Securit,7 -, reproducing this document" /uite the contrar,3 it has -een authenticated and we feel that we are not onl, within our rights to pu-lish it" -ut morall, -ound to do so. 9egarding the training manual" ,ou ma, have detected that we had to -lock out the marginal notes made -, the selectee at the 2.I.A. Training 2enter" -ut I can assure ,ou that the manual is authentic" and was printed for the purpose of introducing the selectee to the conspirac,. It has -een authenticated -, four different technical writers for Militar, Intelligence" one ?ust recentl, retired who wants ver, much to have this manual distri-uted throughout the world" and one who is still emplo,ed as an Electronics Engineer -, the #ederal 8overnment" and has access to the entire series of Training Manuals. :ne was stationed in )awaii" and held the highest securit, clearance in the ;aval Intelligence" and another who is now teaching at a universit," and has -een working with the 2entral Intelligence Agenc, for a num-er of ,ears" and wants out -efore the a e falls on the conspirators. We -elieved that the entire world should know a-out this plan" so we distri-uted internationall, one6hundred of these manuscripts" to ask individuals at top level positions their opinions. The consensus opinion was to distri-ute this to as man, people as who wanted it" to the end that the,

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2onspirac, theories are nothing new to histor,. Plots to 7kill 2aesar7 and overthrow 9ome a-ounded" for instance. however" it is seldom that concrete clues to such plots come to light" and are generall, known. Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars" An Introduction Programming Manual was uncovered /uite -, accident on =ul, @" 45AB when an emplo,ee of 1oeing Aircraft 2o. purchased a surplus I1M copier for scrap parts at a sale" and discovered inside details of a plan" hatched in the em-r,onic da,s of the 72old War7 which called for control of the masses through manipulation of industr," peoples0 pastimes" education and political leanings. It called for a /uiet revolution" putting -rother against -rother" and diverting the pu-lic0s attention from what is reall, going on. The document ,ou are a-out to read is real. It is reprinted in its virgin form" with diagrams" as a touch of realit,. The following document" dated Ma, 45@5" was found on =ul, @" 45AB" in an I1M copier that had -een purchased at a surplus sale.

T:P Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars

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:perations 9esearch Technical Manual TM6SW@5%C.4

This pu-lication marks the $Cth anniversar, of the Third World War" called the 7Quiet War7" -eing conducted using su-?ective -iological warfare" fought with 7silent weapons.7 This -ook contains an introductor, description of this war" its strategies" and its weaponr,. Ma, 45@5 D@E644$%

It is patentl, impossi-le to discuss social engineering or the automation of a societ," i.e." the engineering of social automation s,stems 'silent weapons( on a national or worldwide scale without impl,ing e tensive o-?ectives of social control and destruction of human life" i.e." slaver, and genocide. This manual is in itself an analog declaration of intent. Such a writing must -e secured from pu-lic scrutin,. :therwise" it might -e recogni!ed as a technicall, formal declaration of domestic war. #urthermore" whenever an, person or group of persons in a position of great power and without full knowledge and consent of the pu-lic" uses such knowledge and methodologies for economic con/uest 6 it must -e understood that a state of domestic warfare e ists -etween said person or group of persons and the pu-lic.

The solution of toda,0s pro-lems re/uires an approach which is ruthlessl, candid" with no agoni!ing over religious" moral or cultural values. Fou have /ualified for this pro?ect -ecause of ,our a-ilit, to look at human societ, with cold o-?ectivit," and ,et anal,!e and discuss ,our o-servations and conclusions with others of similar intellectual capacit, without the loss of discretion or humilit,. Such virtues are e ercised in ,our own -est interest. +o not deviate from them.

)istorical Introduction
Silent weapon technolog, has evolved from Operations Research ':.9.(" a strategic and tactical methodolog, developed under the Militar, Management in England during World War II. The original purpose of :perations 9esearch was to stud, the strategic and tactical pro-lems of air and land defense with the o-?ective of effective use of limited militar, resources against foreign enemies 'i.e." logistics(. It was soon recogni!ed -, those in positions of power that the same methods might -e useful for totall, controlling a societ,. 1ut -etter tools were necessar,. Social engineering 'the anal,sis and automation of a societ,( re/uires the correlation of great amounts of constantl, changing economic information 'data(" so a high6speed computeri!ed data6 processing s,stem was necessar, which could race ahead of the societ, and predict when societ, would arrive for capitulation. 9ela, computers were too slow" -ut the electronic computer" invented in 45EB -, =. Presper Eckert and =ohn W. Mauchl," filled the -ill. The ne t -reakthrough was the development of the simplex method of linear programming in 45E@ -, the mathematician 8eorge 1. +ant!ig. Then in 45EA" the transistor" invented -, =. 1ardeen" W.). 1rattain" and W. Shockle," promised great e pansion of the computer field -, reducing space and power re/uirements. With these three inventions under their direction" those in positions of power strongl, suspected that it was possi-le for them to control the whole world with the push of a -utton. Immediatel," the 9ockefeller #oundation got in on the ground floor -, making a four6,ear grant to )arvard 2ollege" funding the Harvard Economic Research Project for the stud, of the structure of the American Econom,. :ne ,ear later" in 45E5" The >nited States Air #orce ?oined in. In 45C$ the grant period terminated" and a high6level meeting of the Elite was held to determine the ne t phase of social operations research. The )arvard pro?ect had -een ver, fruitful" as is -orne out -, the pu-lication of some of its results in 45C& suggesting the feasi-ilit, of economic 'social( engineering. 'Studies in the Structure of the merican Economy 6 cop,right 45C& -, Wassil, Leontief" International Science Press Inc." White Plains" ;ew Fork(. Engineered in the last half of the decade of the 45E%0s" the new Quiet War machine stood" so to speak" in sparkling gold6plated hardware on the showroom floor -, 45CE. With the creation of the maser in 45CE" the promise of unlocking unlimited sources of fusion atomic energ, from the heav, h,drogen in sea water and the conse/uent availa-ilit, of unlimited social power was a possi-ilit, onl, decades awa,. The com-ination was irresisti-le. The Quiet War was /uietl, declared -, the International Elite at a meeting held in 45CE. Although the silent weapons s,stem was nearl, e posed 4& ,ears later" the evolution of the new weapon6s,stem has never suffered an, ma?or set-acks.

This volume marks the $Cth anniversar, of the -eginning of the Quiet War. Alread, this domestic war has had man, victories on man, fronts throughout the world.

Political Introduction
In 45CE it was well recogni!ed -, those in positions of authorit, that it was onl, a matter of time" onl, a few decades" -efore the general pu-lic would -e a-le to grasp and upset the cradle of power" for the ver, elements of the new silent6weapon technolog, were as accessi-le for a pu-lic utopia as the, were for providing a private utopia. The issue of primar, concern" that of dominance" revolved around the su-?ect of the energ, sciences.

Energ, is recogni!ed as the ke, to all activit, on earth. ;atural science is the stud, of the sources and control of natural energ," and social science" theoreticall, e pressed as economics" is the stud, of the sources and control of social energ,. 1oth are -ookkeeping s,stemsG mathematics. Therefore" mathematics is the primar, energ, science. And the -ookkeeper can -e king if the pu-lic can -e kept ignorant of the methodolog, of the -ookkeeping. All science is merel, a means to an end. The means is knowledge. The end is control. 1e,ond this remains onl, one issueG Who will -e the -eneficiar,H In 45CE this was the issue of primar, concern. Although the so6called 7moral issues7 were raised" in view of the law of natural selection it was agreed that a nation or world of people who will not use their intelligence are no -etter than animals who do not have intelligence. Such people are -easts of -urden and steaks on the ta-le -, choice and consent. 2onse/uentl," in the interest of future world order" peace" and tran/uillit," it was decided to privatel, wage a /uiet war against the American pu-lic with an ultimate o-?ective of permanentl, shifting the natural and social energ, 'wealth( of the undisciplined and irresponsi-le man, into the hands of the self6disciplined" responsi-le" and worth, few. In order to implement this o-?ective" it was necessar, to create" secure" and appl, new weapons which" as it turned out" were a class of weapons so su-tle and sophisticated in their principle of operation and pu-lic appearance as to earn for themselves the name 7silent weapons.7 In conclusion" the o-?ective of economic research" as conducted -, the magnates of capital '-anking( and the industries of commodities 'goods( and services" is the esta-lishment of an econom, which is totall, predicta-le and manipulata-le. In order to achieve a totall, predicta-le econom," the low6class elements of societ, must -e -rought under total control" i.e." must -e house-roken" trained" and assigned a ,oke and long6term social duties from a ver, earl, age" -efore the, have an opportunit, to /uestion the propriet, of the matter. In order to achieve such conformit," the lower6class famil, unit must -e disintegrated -, a process of increasing preoccupation of the parents and the esta-lishment of government6operated da,6care centers for the occupationall, orphaned children. The /ualit, of education given to the lower class must -e of the poorest sort" so that the moat of ignorance isolating the inferior class from the superior class is and remains incomprehensi-le to the inferior class. With such an initial handicap" even -right lower class individuals have little if an, hope of e tricating themselves from their assigned lot in life. This form of slaver, is essential to maintain some measure of social order" peace" and tran/uillit, for the ruling upper class.

+escriptive Introduction of the Silent Weapon

Ever,thing that is e pected from an ordinar, weapon is e pected from a silent weapon -, its creators" -ut onl, in its own manner of functioning. It shoots situations" instead of -ullets3 propelled -, data processing" instead of chemical reaction 'e plosion(3 originating from -its of data" instead of grains of gunpowder3 from a computer" instead of a gun3 operated -, a computer programmer" instead of a marksman3 under the orders of a -anking magnate" instead of a militar, general. It makes no o-vious e plosive noises" causes no o-vious ph,sical or mental in?uries" and does not o-viousl, interfere with an,one0s dail, social life. Fet it makes an unmistaka-le 7noise"7 causes unmistaka-le ph,sical and mental damage" and unmistaka-l, interferes with the dail, social life" i.e." unmistaka-le to a trained o-server" one who knows what to look for. The pu-lic cannot comprehend this weapon" and therefore cannot -elieve that the, are -eing attacked and su-dued -, a weapon. The pu-lic might instinctivel, feel that something is wrong" -ut that is -ecause of the technical nature of the silent weapon" the, cannot e press their feeling in a rational wa," or handle the pro-lem with intelligence. Therefore" the, do not know how to cr, for help" and do not know how to associate with others to defend themselves against it. When a silent weapon is applied graduall," the pu-lic ad?usts<adapts to its presence and learns to tolerate its encroachment on their lives until the pressure 'ps,chological via economic( -ecomes too great and the, crack up. Therefore" the silent weapon is a t,pe of -iological warfare. It attacks the vitalit," options" and mo-ilit, of the individuals of a societ, -, knowing" understanding" manipulating" and attacking their sources of natural and social energ," and their ph,sical" mental" and emotional strengths and weaknesses.

Theoretical Introduction
8ive me control over a nation0s currenc," and I care not who makes its laws. 66 Ma,er Amschel 9othschild" 4@E& 6 4A4$( Toda,0s silent weapons technolog, is an outgrowth of a simple idea discovered" succinctl, e pressed" and effectivel, applied -, the /uoted !r" !ayer mschel Rothschild. Mr. 9othschild discovered the missing passive component of economic theor, known as economic inductance. )e" of course" did not think of his discover, in these $%th6centur, terms" and" to -e sure" mathematical anal,sis had to wait for the Second Industrial 9evolution" the rise of the theor, of mechanics and electronics" and finall," the invention of the electronic computer -efore it could -e effectivel, applied in the control of the world econom,.

8eneral Energ, 2oncepts

In the stud, of energ, s,stems" there alwa,s appears three elementar, concepts. These are potential energ," kinetic energ," and energ, dissipation. And corresponding to these concepts" there are three ideali!ed" essentiall, pure ph,sical counterparts called passive components. 4. In the science of ph,sical mechanics" the phenomenon of potential ener#y is associated with a ph,sical propert, called elasticit, or stiffness" and can -e represented -, a stretched spring. In electronic science" potential energ, is stored in a capacitor instead of a spring. This propert, is called capacitance instead of elasticit, or stiffness.

$. In the science of ph,sical mechanics" the phenomenon of $inetic ener#y is associated with a ph,sical propert, called inertia or mass" and can -e represented -, a mass or a fl,wheel in motion. In electronic science" kinetic energ, is stored in an inductor 'in a magnetic field( instead of a mass. This propert, is called inductance instead of inertia. &. In the science of ph,sical mechanics" the phenomenon of ener#y dissipation is associated with a ph,sical propert, called friction or resistance" and can -e represented -, a dashpot or other device which converts energ, into heat. In electronic science" dissipation of energ, is performed -, an element called either a resistor or a conductor" the term 7resistor7 -eing the one generall, used to descri-e a more ideal device 'e.g." wire( emplo,ed to conve, electronic energ, efficientl, from one location to another. The propert, of a resistance or conductor is measured as either resistance or conductance reciprocals. In economics these three energ, concepts are associated withG 4. Economic 2apacitance 6 2apital 'mone," stock<inventor," investments in -uildings and dura-les" etc.( $. Economic 2onductance 6 8oods 'production flow coefficients( &. Economic Inductance 6 Services 'the influence of the population of industr, on output( All of the mathematical theor, developed in the stud, of one energ, s,stem 'e.g." mechanics" electronics" etc.( can -e immediatel, applied in the stud, of an, other energ, s,stem 'e.g." economics(.

Mr. 9othchild0s Energ, +iscover,

What Mr. 9othschild had discovered was the -asic principle of power" influence" and control over people as applied to economics. That principle is 7when ,ou assume the appearance of power" people soon give it to ,ou.7 Mr. 9othschild had discovered that currenc, or deposit loan accounts had the re/uired appearance of power that could -e used to induce people 'inductance" with people corresponding to a magnetic field( into surrendering their real wealth in e change for a promise of greater wealth 'instead of real compensation(. The, would put up real collateral in e change for a loan of promissor, notes. Mr. 9othschild found that he could issue more notes than he had -acking for" so long as he had someone0s stock of gold as a persuader to show his customers. Mr. 9othschild loaned his promissor, notes to individual and to governments. These would create overconfidence. Then he would make mone, scarce" tighten control of the s,stem" and collect the collateral through the o-ligation of contracts. The c,cle was then repeated. These pressures could -e used to ignite a war. Then he would control the availa-ilit, of currenc, to determine who would win the war. That government which agreed to give him control of its economic s,stem got his support. 2ollection of de-ts was guaranteed -, economic aid to the enem, of the de-tor. The profit derived from this economic methodolog, mad Mr. 9othschild all the more a-le to e pand his wealth. )e found that the pu-lic greed would allow currenc, to -e printed -, government order -e,ond the limits 'inflation( of -acking in precious metal or the production of goods and services.

Apparent 2apital as 7Paper7 Inductor

In this structure" credit" presented as a pure element called 7currenc,"7 has the appearance of capital" -ut is in effect negative capital. )ence" it has the appearance of service" -ut is in fact" inde-tedness or de-t. It is therefore an economic inductance instead of an economic capacitance" and if -alanced in no other wa," will -e -alanced -, the negation of population 'war" genocide(. The total goods and services represent real capital called the gross national product" and currenc, ma, -e printed up to

this level and still represent economic capacitance3 -ut currenc, printed -e,ond this level is su-tractive" represents the introduction of economic inductance" and constitutes notes of inde-tedness. War is therefore the -alancing of the s,stem -, killing the true creditors 'the pu-lic which we have taught to e change true value for inflated currenc,( and falling -ack on whatever is left of the resources of nature and regeneration of those resources. Mr. 9othschild had discovered that currenc, gave him the power to rearrange the economic structure to his own advantage" to shift economic inductance to those economic positions which would encourage the greatest economic insta-ilit, and oscillation. The final ke, to economic control had to wait until there was sufficient data and high6speed computing e/uipment to keep close watch on the economic oscillations created -, price shocking and e cess paper energ, credits 6 paper inductance<inflation.

The aviation field provided the greatest evolution in economic engineering -, wa, of the mathematical theor, of shock testing. In this process" a pro?ectile is fired from an airframe on the ground and the impulse of the recoil is monitored -, vi-ration transducers connected to the airframe and wired to chart recorders. 1, stud,ing the echoes or reflections of the recoil impulse in the airframe" it is possi-le to discover critical vi-rations in the structure of the airframe which either vi-rations of the engine or aeolian vibrations of the wings" or a com-ination of the two" might reinforce resulting in a resonant self6 destruction of the airframe in flight as an aircraft. #rom the standpoint of engineering" this means that the strengths and weaknesses of the structure of the airframe in terms of vi-rational energ, can -e discovered and manipulated.

Application in Economics
To use this method of airframe shock testing in economic engineering" the prices of commodities are shocked" and the pu-lic consumer reaction is monitored. The resulting echoes of the economic shock are interpreted theoreticall, -, computers and the ps,cho6economic structure of the econom, is thus discovered. It is -, this process that partial differential and difference matrices are discovered that define the famil, household and make possi-le its evaluation as an economic industr, 'dissipative consumer structure(. Then the response of the household to future shocks can -e predicted and manipulated" and societ, -ecomes a well6regulated animal with its reins under the control of a sophisticated computer6 regulated social energ, -ookkeeping s,stem. Eventuall, ever, individual element of the structure comes under computer control through a knowledge of personal preferences" such knowledge guaranteed -, computer association of consumer preferences 'universal product code" >P23 !e-ra6striped pricing codes on packages( with identified consumers 'identified via association with the use of a credit card and later a permanent 7tattooed7 -od, num-er invisi-le under normal am-ient illumination(.

Economics is onl, a social e tension of a natural energ, s,stem. It" also" has its three passive components. 1ecause of the distri-ution of wealth and the lack of communication and lack of data" this field has -een the last energ, field for which a knowledge of these three passive components has -een developed.

Since energ, is the ke, to all activit, on the face of the earth" it follows that in order to attain a monopol, of energ," raw materials" goods" and services and to esta-li h a world s,stem of slave la-or" it is necessar, to have a first strike capa-ilit, in the field of economics. In order to maintain our position" it is necessar, that we have a-solute first knowledge of the science of control over all economic factors and the first e perience at engineering the world econom,. In order to achieve such sovereignt," we must at least achieve this one endG that the pu-lic will not make either the logical or mathematical connection -etween economics and the other energ, sciences or learn to appl, such knowledge. This is -ecoming increasingl, difficult to control -ecause more and more -usinesses are making demands upon their computer programmers to create and appl, mathematical models for the management of those -usinesses. It is onl, a matter of time -efore the new -reed of private programmer<economists will catch on to the far reaching implications of the work -egun at )arvard in 45EA. The speed with which the, can communicate their warning to the pu-lic will largel, depend upon how effective we have -een at controlling the media" su-verting education" and keeping the pu-lic distracted with matters of no real importance.

The Economic Model

Economics" as a social energ, science has as a first o-?ective the description of the comple wa, in which an, given unit of resources is used to satisf, some economic want. 'Leontief Matri (. This first o-?ective" when it is e tended to get the most product from the least or limited resources" comprises that o-?ective of general militar, and industrial logistics known as :perations 9esearch. 'See simple method of linear programming.( The Harvard Economic Research Project '45EA6( was an e tension of World War II Operations Research. Its purpose was to discover the science of controlling an econom,G at first the American econom," and then the world econom,. It was felt that with sufficient mathematical foundation and data" it would -e nearl, as eas, to predict and control the trend of an econom, as to predict and control the tra?ector, of a pro?ectile. Such has proven to -e the case. Moreover" the econom, has -een transformed into a guided missile on target. The immediate aim of the )arvard pro?ect was to discover the economic structure" what forces change that structure" how the -ehavior of the structure can -e predicted" and how it can -e manipulated. What was needed was a well6organi!ed knowledge of the mathematical structures and interrelationships of investment" production" distri-ution" and consumption. To make a short stor, of it all" it was discovered that an econom, o-e,ed the same laws as electricit, and that all of the mathematical theor, and practical and computer know6how developed for the electronic field could -e directl, applied in the stud, of economics. This discover, was not openl, declared" and its more su-tle implications were and are kept a closel, guarded secret" for e ample that in an economic model" human life is measured in dollars" and that the electric spark generated when opening a switch connected to an active inductor is mathematicall, analogous to the initiation of war. The greatest hurdle which theoretical economists faced was the accurate description of the household as an industr,. This is a challenge -ecause consumer purchases are a matter of choice which in turn is influenced -, income" price" and other economic factors. This hurdle was cleared in an indirect and statisticall, appro imate wa, -, an application of shock testing to determine the current characteristics" called current technical coefficients" of a household industr, #inall," -ecause pro-lems in theoretical electronics can -e translated ver, easil, into pro-lems of theoretical electronics" and the solution translated -ack again" it follows that onl, a -ook of

language translation and concept definition needed to -e written for economics. The remainder could -e gotten from standard works on mathematics and electronics. This makes the pu-lication of -ooks on advanced economics unnecessar," and greatl, simplifies pro?ect securit,.

Industrial +iagrams
An ideal industr, is defined as a device which receives value from other industries in several forms and converts them into one specific product for sales and distri-ution to other industries. It has several inputs and one output. What the pu-lic normall, thinks of as one industr, is reall, an industrial comple " where several industries under one roof produce one or more products. A pure 'single output( industr, can -e represented oversimpl, -, a circuit -lock as followsG The flow of product from industr, D4 'suppl,( to industr, D$ 'demand( is denoted -, 4 4$. The total flow out of industr, 7I7 is denoted -, Ik 'sales" etc.(. A three industr, network can -e diagrammed as followsG A node is a s,m-ol of collection and distri-ution of flow. ;ode D& receives from industr, D& and distri-utes to industries D4 and D&. If industr, D& manufactures chairs" then a flow from industr, D& -ack to industr, D& simpl, indicates that industr, D& is using part of its own output product" for e ample" as office furniture. Therefore the flow ma, -e summari!ed -, the e/uationsG

Three Industrial 2lasses

Industries fall into three categories or classes -, t,pe of outputG 4. 2lass D4 6 2apital 'resources( $. 2lass D$ 6 8oods 'commodities or use 6 dissipative( &. 2lass D& 6 Services 'action of population( 2lass D4 industries e ist at three levelsG 4. ;ature 6 sources of energ, and raw materials. $. 8overnment 6 printing of currenc, e/ual to the gross national product '8;P(" and e tension of currenc, in e cess of 8;P. &. 1anking 6 loaning of mone, for interest" and e tension 'inflation<counterfeiting( of economic value through the deposit loan accounts. 2lass D$ industries e ist as producers of tangi-le or consumer 'dissipated( products. This sort of activit, is usuall, recogni!ed and la-eled -, the pu-lic as 7industr,.7 2lass D& industries are those which have service rather than a tangi-le product as their output. These industries are called '4( households" and '$( governments. Their output is human activit, of a mechanical sort" and their -asis is population.

The whole economic s,stem can -e represented -, a three6industr, model if one allows the names of the outputs to -e '4( capital" '$( goods" and '&( services. The pro-lem with this representation is that it would not show the influence" sa," the te tile industr, on the ferrous metal industr,. This is -ecause -oth the te tile industr, and the ferrous metal industr, would -e contained within a single classification called the 7goods industr,7 and -, this process of com-ining or aggregating these two industries under one s,stem -lock the, would lose their economic individualit,.

The E6Model
A national econom, consists of simultaneous flows of production" distri-ution" consumption" and investment. If all of these elements including la-or and human functions are assigned a numerical value in like units of measure" sa," 45&5 dollars" then this flow can -e further represented -, a current flow in an electronic circuit" and its -ehavior can -e predicted and manipulated with useful precision. The three ideal passive energ, components of electronics" the capacitor" the resistor" and the inductor correspond to the three ideal passive energ, components of economics called the pure industries of capital" goods" and services" respectivel,. Economic capacitance represents the storage of capital in one form or another. Economic conductance represents the level of conductance of materials for the production of goods. Economic inductance represents the inertia of economic value in motion. This is a population phenomenon known as services.

Economic Inductance
An electrical inductor 'e.g." a coil or wire( has an electric current as its primar, phenomenon and a magnetic field as its secondar, phenomenon 'inertia(. 2orresponding to this" an economic inductor has a flow of economic value as its primar, phenomenon and a population field as its secondar, field phenomenon of inertia. When the flow of economic value 'e.g." mone,( diminishes" the human population field collapses in order to keep the economic value 'mone,( flowing 'e treme case 6 war(. This pu-lic inertia is a result of consumer -u,ing ha-its" e pected standard of living" etc." and is generall, a phenomenon of self6preservation.

Inductive #actors to 2onsider

4. Population $. Magnitude of the economic activities of the government &. The method of financing these government activities 'See Peter%Paul Principle 6 inflation of the currenc,.(

'a few e amples will -e given.( 2hargeG coulom-s3 dollars '45&5(. #low<2urrentG amperes 'coulom-s per second(3 dollars of flow per ,ear. Motivating #orceG volts3 dollars 'output( demand. 2onductanceG amperes per volt3 dollars of flow per ,ear per dollar demand. 2apacitanceG coulom-s per volt3 dollars of production inventor,<stock per dollar demand.

Time #low 9elationships and Self6+estructive :scillations

An ideal industr, ma, -e s,m-oli!ed electronicall, in various wa,s. The simplest wa, is to represent a demand -, a voltage and a suppl, -, a current. When this is done" the relationship -etween the two -ecomes what is called an admittance" which can result from three economic factorsG '4( foresight flow" '$( present flow" and '&( hindsight flow. 4. #oresight flow is the result of that propert, of living entities to cause energ, 'food( to -e stored for a period of low energ, 'e.g." a winter season(. It consists of demands made upon an economic s,stem for that period of low energ, 'winter season(.

In a production industr, it takes several forms" one of which is known as production stock or inventor,. In electronic s,m-olog, this specific industr, demand 'a pure capital industr,( is represented -, capacitance and the stock or resource is represented -, a stored charge. Satisfaction of an industr, demand suffers a lag -ecause of the loading effect of inventor, priorities. $. Present flow ideall, involves no dela,s. It is" so to speak" input toda, for output toda," a 7hand to mouth7 flow. In electronic s,m-olog," this specific industr, demand 'a pure us industr,( is represented -, a conductance which is then a simple economic valve 'a dissipative element(. &. )indsight flow is known as ha-it or inertia. In electronics this phenomenon is the characteristic of an inductor 'economic analog J a pure service industr,( in which a current flow 'economic analog J flow of mone,( creates a magnetic field 'economic analog J active human population( which" if the current 'mone, flow( -egins to diminish" collapse 'war( to maintain the current 'flow of mone, 6 energ,(. :ther large alternatives to war as economic inductors or economic fl,wheels are an open6 ended social welfare program" or an enormous '-ut fruitful( open6ended space program. The pro-lem with sta-ili!ing the economic s,stem is that there is too much demand on account of '4( too much greed and '$( too much population. This creates e cessive economic inductance which can onl, -e -alanced with economic capacitance 'true resources or value 6 e.g." in goods or services(. The social welfare program is nothing more than an open6ended credit -alance s,stem which creates a false capital industr, to give nonproductive people a roof over their heads and food in their stomachs. This can -e useful" however" -ecause the recipients -ecome state propert, in return for the 7gift"7 a standing arm, for the elite. #or he who pa,s the piper picks the tune. Those who get hooked on the economic drug" must go to the elite for a fi . In this" the method of introducing large amounts of sta-ili!ing capacitance is -, -orrowing on the future 7credit7 of the world. This is a fourth law of motion 6 onset" and consists of performing an action and leaving the s,stem -efore the reflected reaction returns to the point of action 6 a dela,ed reaction. The means of surviving the reaction is -, changing the s,stem -efore the reaction can return. 1, this means" politicians -ecome more popular in their own time and the pu-lic pa,s later. In fact" the measure of such a politician is the dela, time. The same thing is achieved -, a government -, printing mone, -e,ond the limit of the gross national product" and economic process called inflation. This puts a large /uantit, of mone, into the hands of the pu-lic and maintains a -alance against their greed" creates a false self6confidence in them and" for awhile" sta,s the wolf from the door. The, must eventuall, resort to war to -alance the account" -ecause war ultimatel, is merel, the act of destro,ing the creditor" and the politicians are the pu-licl, hired hit men that ?ustif, the act to keep the responsi-ilit, and -lood off the pu-lic conscience. 'See section on consent factors and social6economic structuring.( If the people reall, cared a-out their fellow man" the, would control their appetites 'greed" procreation" etc.( so that the, would not have to operate on a credit or welfare social s,stem which steals from the worker to satisf, the -um. Since most of the general pu-lic will not e ercise restraint" there are onl, two alternatives to reduce the economic inductance of the s,stem. 4. Let the populace -ludgeon each other to death in war" which will onl, result in a total destruction of the living earth.

$. Take control of the world -, the use of economic 7silent weapons7 in a form of 7/uiet warfare7 and reduce the economic inductance of the world to a safe level -, a process of -enevolent slaver, and genocide. The latter option has -een taken as the o-viousl, -etter option. At this point it should -e cr,stal clear to the reader wh, a-solute secrec, a-out the silent weapons is necessar,. The general pu-lic refuses to improve its own mentalit, and its faith in its fellow man. It has -ecome a herd of proliferating -ar-arians" and" so to speak" a -light upon the face of the earth. The, do not care enough a-out economic science to learn wh, the, have not -een a-le to avoid war despite religious moralit," and their religious or self6gratif,ing refusal to deal with earthl, pro-lems renders the solution of the earthl, pro-lem unreacha-le to them. It is left to those few who are trul, willing to think and survive as the fittest to survive" to solve the pro-lem for themselves as the few who reall, care. :therwise" e posure of the silent weapon would destro, our onl, hope of preserving the seed of the future true humanit,.

Industr, E/uivalent 2ircuits

The industr, 0Q0 can -e given a -lock s,m-ol as followsG Terminals D4 through Dm are connected directl, to the outputs of industries D4 and Dm" respectivel,. The e/uivalent circuit of industr, 0Q0 is given as followsG 2haracteristicsG All inputs are at !ero volts. A 6 Amplifier 6 causes output current I Q to -e represented -, a voltage EQ. Amplifier delivers sufficient current at EQ to drive all loads F4% through FmQ and sink all currents i4Q through imQ. The unit transconductance amplifier AQ is constructed as followsG K Arrow denotes the direction of the flow of capital" goods" and services. The total demand is given as EQ" where EQJIQ. The coupling network FPQ s,m-oli!es the demand which industr, Q makes on industr, P. the connective admittance FPQ is called the 0technical coefficient0 of the industr, Q stating the demand of industr, Q" called the industr, of use" for the output in capital" goods" or services of industr, P called the industr, of origin. The flow of commodities from industr, P to industr, Q is given -, i PQ evaluated -, the formulaG iPQ J FPQK EQ. When the admittance FPQ is a simple conductance" this formula takes on the common appearance of :hm0s Law" iPQ J gPQK IQ. The interconnection of a three industr, s,stem can -e diagrammed as follows. The -locks of the industr, diagram can -e opened up revealing the technical coefficients" and a much simpler format. The e/uations of flow are given as followsG

Stages of Schematic Simplification 8enerali!ation

All of this ma, now -e summari!ed. Let I? represent the output of industr, ?" and i?k" the amount of the product of industr, ? a-sor-ed annuall, -, industr, k" and i?o" the amount of the same product ? made availa-le for 0outside0 use. Then Su-stituting the technical coefficiences" ,?k which is the general e/uation of ever, admittance in the industr, circuit.

#inal 1ill of 8oods

is called the final -ill of goods or the -ill of final demand" and is !ero when the s,stem can -e closed -, the evaluation of the technical coefficients of the 0non6productive0 industries" government and households. )ouseholds ma, -e regarded as a productive industr, with la-or as its output product.

The Technical 2oefficients

The /uantities ,?k are called the technical coefficients of the industrial s,stem. The, are admittances and can consist of an, com-ination of three passive parameters" conductance" capacitance" and inductance. +iodes are used to make the flow unidirectional and point against the flow. g?k J economic conductance" a-sorption coefficient ,?k J economic capacitance" capital coefficient L?k J economic inductance" human activit, coefficient

T,pes of Admittances The )ousehold Industr,

The industries of finance '-anking(" manufacturing" and government" real counterparts of the pure industries of capital" goods" and services" are easil, defined -ecause the, are generall, logicall, structured. 1ecause of this their processes can -e descri-ed mathematicall, and their technical coefficients can -e easil, deduced. This" however" is not the case with the service industr, known as the household industr,.

)ousehold Models
When the industr, flow diagram is represented -, a $6-lock s,stem of households on the right and all other industries on the left" the following resultsG The arrows from left to right la-eled A" 1" 2" etc." denote flow of economic value from the industries in the left hand -lock to the industr, in the right hand -lock called 0households0. These ma, -e thought of as the monthl, consumer flows of the following commodities. A 6 alcoholic -everages" 1 6 -eef" 2 6 coffee" . . . . " > 6 unknown" etc. . .

The pro-lem which a theoretical economist faces is that the consumer preferences of an, household is not easil, predicta-le and the technical coefficients of an, one household tend to -e a nonlinear" ver, comple " and varia-le function of income" prices" etc. 2omputer information derived from the use of the universal product code in con?uction with credit6card purchase as an individual household identifier could change this state of affairs" -ut the >.P.2. method is not ,et availa-le on a national or even a significant regional scale. To compensate for this data deficienc," an alternate indirect approach of anal,sis has -een adopted known as economic shock testing. This method" widel, used in the aircraft manufacturing industr," develops an aggregate statistical sort of data. Applied to economics" this means that all of the households in one region or in the whole nation are studied as a group or class rather than individuall," and the mass -ehavior rather than the individual -ehavior is used to discover useful estimates of the technical coefficients governing the economic structure of the h,pothetical single6household industr,. ;otice in the industr, flow diagram that the values for the flows A" 1" 2" etc. are accessi-le to measurement in terms of selling prices and total sales of commodities. :ne method of evaluating the technical coefficients of the household industr, depends upon shocking the prices of a commodit, and noting the changes in the sales of all of the commodities.

Economic Shock Testing

In recent times" the application of Operations Research to the stud, of the pu-lic econom, has -een o-vious for an,one who understands the principles of shock testing. In the shock testing of an aircraft airframe" the recoil impulse of firing a gun mounted on that airframe causes shock waves in that structure which tell aviation engineers the conditions under which some parts of the airplane or the whole airplane or its wings will start to vi-rate or flutter like a guitar string" a flute reed" or a tuning fork" and disintegrate or fall apart in flight. Economic engineers achieve the same result in stud,ing the -ehavior of the econom, and the consumer pu-lic -, carefull, selecting a staple commodit, such as -eef" coffee" gasoline" or sugar" and then causing a sudden change or shock in its price or availa-ilit," thus kicking ever,-od,0s -udget and -u,ing ha-its out of shape. The, then o-serve the shock waves which result -, monitoring the changes in advertising" prices" and sales of that and other commodities. The o-?ective of such studies is to ac/uire the know6how to set the pu-lic econom, into a predicta-le state of motion or change" even a controlled self6destructive state of motion which will convince the pu-lic that certain 7e pert7 people should take control of the mone, s,stem and reesta-lish securit, 'rather than li-ert, and ?ustice( for all. When the su-?ect citi!ens are rendered una-le to control their financial affairs" the," of course" -ecome totall, enslaved" a source of cheap la-or. ;ot onl, the prices of commodities" -ut also the availa-ilit, of la-or can -e used as the means of shock testing. La-or strikes deliver e cellent tests shocks to an econom," especiall, in the critical service areas of trucking 'transportation(" communication" pu-lic utilities 'energ," water" gar-age collection(" etc. 1, shock testing" it is found that there is a direct relationship -etween the availa-ilit, of mone, flowing in an econom, and the real ps,chological outlook and response of masses of people dependent upon that availa-ilit,.

#or e ample" there is a measura-le /uantitative relationship -etween the price of gasoline and the pro-a-ilit, that a person would e perience a headache" feel a need to watch a violent movie" smoke a cigarette" or go to a tavern for a mug of -eer. It is most interesting that" -, o-serving and measuring the economic models -, which the pu-lic tries to run from their pro-lems and escape from realit," and -, appl,ing the mathematical theor, of Operations Research" it is possi-le to program computers to predict the most pro-a-le com-ination of created events 'shocks( which will -ring a-out a complete control and su-?ugation of the pu-lic through a su-version of the pu-lic econom, '-, shaking the plum tree(.

Introduction to the Theor, of Economic Shock Testing

Let the prices and total sales of commodities -e given and s,m-oli!ed as followsG %o!!o$ities Price &unction Total Sales
A 1 2 8 S T >

alcoholic -everages A -eef coffee gasoline sugar to-acco unknown -alance 1 2 8 S T >

Let us assume a simple economic model in which the total num-er of important 'staple( commodities are represented as -eef" gasoline" and an aggregate of all other staple commodities which we will call the h,pothetical miscellaneous staple commodit, 0M0 'e.g." M is an aggregate of 2" S" T" >" etc.(.

E ample of Shock Testing

Assume that the total sales" P" of petroleum products can -e descri-ed -, the linear function of the /uantities 1" 8" and M" which are functions of the prices of those respective commodities. P J aP8 1 L aP8 8 L aPM M Then where 1" 8" and M are functions of the prices of -eef" gasoline" and miscellaneous" respectivel," and aP1" aP8" and aPM are constant coefficients defining the amount -, which each of the functions 1" 8" and M affect the sales" P" of petroleum products. We are assuming that 1" 8" and M are varia-les independent of each other. If the availa-ilit, or price of gasoline is suddenl, changed" then 8 must -e replaced -, 8 L 8. This causes a change in the petroleum sales from P to P L P. Also we will assume that 1 and M remain constant when 8 changes to 8 L 8.

'P L P( J aP1 1 L aP8 '8 L 8( L aPMM. E panding upon this e pression" we get P L P J aP1 1 L aP8 8 L aP8 8 L aPM M and su-tracting the original value of P we get for the change in P 2hange in P J P J aP8 8 +ividing -, 8 we get aP8 J P < 8 . This is a rate of change in P due onl, to an isolated change in 8" 8. In general" a?k is the partial rate of change in the sales effect ? due to a change in the causal price function of commodit, k. If the interval of time were infinitesimal" this e pression would -e reduced to the definition of the total differential of a function" P. When the price of gasoline is shocked" all of the coefficients with round 8 '$8( in the denominator are evaluated at the same time. If 1" 8" and M were independent" and sufficient for description of the econom," then three shock tests would -e necessar, to evaluate the s,stem. There are other factors which ma, -e represented the same wa,. #or e ample" the tendenc, of a docile su-6nation to withdraw under economic pressure ma, -e given -, where 8 is the price of gasoline" WP is the dollars spent per unit time 'referenced to sa, 45&5( for war production during 0peace0 time" etc. These /uantities are presented to a computer in matri format as followsG and M4 J 8 F4 J P 6 IP M$ J 1 F$ J # 6 I# M& J etc. F& J etc. #inall," inverting this matri " i.e." solving for the Mk terms of the F?" we get" sa,"

N-k?O NF? O J NMkO .

This is the result into which we su-stitute to get that set of conditions of prices of commodities" -ad news on T*" etc." which will deliver a collapse of pu-lic morale ripe for take over. :nce the economic price and sales coefficients a ?k and -k? are determined" the, ma, -e translated into the technical suppl, and demand coefficients g?k" 2?k" and 4<L?k. Shock testing of a given commodit, is then repeated to get the time rate of change of these technical coefficients.

Introduction to Economic Amplifiers

Economic amplifiers are the active components of economic engineering. The -asic characteristic of an, amplifier 'mechanical" electrical" or economic( is that it receives an input control signal and delivers energ, from an independent energ, source to a specified output terminal in a predicta-le relationship to that input control signal. The simplest form of an economic amplifier is a device called advertising. If a person is spoken to -, a T.*. advertiser as if he were a twelve6,ear6old" then" due to suggesti-ilit," he will" with a certain pro-a-ilit," respond or react to that suggestion with the uncritical response of a twelve6,ear6old and will reach into his economic reservoir and deliver its energ, to -ut that product on impulse when he passes it in the store. An economic amplifier ma, have several inputs and output. Its response might -e instantaneous or dela,ed. Its circuit s,m-ol might -e a rotar, switch if its options are e clusive" /ualitative" 7go7 or 7no6go7" or it might have its parametric input<output relationships specified -, a matri with internal energ, sources represented. Whatever its form might -e" its purpose is to govern the flow of energ, from a source to an output sink in direct relationship to an input control signal. #or this reason" it is called an active circuit element or component. Economic Amplifiers fall into classes called strategies" and" in comparison with electronic amplifiers" the specific internal functions of an economic amplifier are called logistical instead of electrical. Therefore" economic amplifiers not onl, deliver power gain -ut also" in effect" are used to cause changes in the economic circuitr,. In the design of an economic amplifier we must have some idea of at least five functions" which areG A. the availa-le input signals 5. the desired output6control o-?ectives" 4%. the strategic o-?ective" 44. the availa-le economic power sources" 4$. the logistical options. The process of defining and evaluating these factors and incorporating the economic amplifier into an economic s,stem has -een popularl, called #ame theory. The design of an economic amplifier -egins with a specification of the power level of the output" which can range from personal to national. The second condition is accurac, of response" i.e." how accuratel, the output action is a function of the input commands. )igh gain com-ined with strong feed-ack helps to deliver the re/uired precision. Most of the error will -e in the input data signal. Personal input data tends to -e specified" while national input data tends to -e statistical.

Short List of Inputs

Questions to -e answeredG what where wh, when how who

8eneral sources of informationG telephone taps anal,sis of gar-age surveillance -ehavior of children in school Standard of living -,G food shelter clothing transportation Social contactsG telephone 6 itemi!ed record of calls famil, 6 marriage certificates" -irth certificates" etc. friends" associates" etc. mem-erships in organi!ations political affiliation The Personal Paper Trail Personal -u,ing ha-its" i.e." personal consumer preferencesG checking accounts credit6card purchases 7tagged7 credit6card purchases 6 the credit6card purchase of products -earing the >.P.2. '>niversal Product 2ode( AssetsG checking accounts savings accounts real estate -usiness automo-ile" etc. safet, deposit at -ank stock market Lia-ilitiesG creditors enemies 'see 6 legal( loans 8overnment sources 'plo,s(KG Welfare Social Securit, >.S.+.A. surplus food doles grants su-sidies K Principle of this plo, 66 the citi!en will almost alwa,s make the collection of information eas, if he can operate on the 7free sandwich principle7 of 7eat now" and pa, later.7 8overnment sources 'via intimidation(G

Internal 9evenue Service :S)A 2ensus etc. :ther government sources 66 surveillance of >.S. mail. )a-it Patterns 66 Programming Strengths and weaknessesG activities 'sports" ho--ies" etc.( see 7legal7 'fear" anger" etc. 66 crime record( hospital records 'drug sensitivities" reaction to pain" etc.( ps,chiatric records 'fears" angers" disgusts" adapta-ilit," reactions to stimuli" violence" suggesti-ilit, or h,pnosis" pain" pleasure" love" and se ( Methods of coping 66 of adapta-ilit, 66 -ehaviorG consumption of alcohol consumption of drugs entertainment religious factors influencing -ehavior other methods of escaping from realit, Pa,ment modus operandi 'M:( 66 pa, on time" etc.G pa,ment of telephone -ills energ, purchases water purchases repa,ment of loans house pa,ments automo-ile pa,ments pa,ments on credit cards Political sensitivit,G -eliefs contacts position strengths<weaknesses pro?ects<activities Legal inputs 66 -ehavioral control 'E cuses for investigation" search" arrest" or emplo,ment of force to modif, -ehavior( court records police records 66 ;2I2 driving record reports made to police insurance information anti6esta-lishment ac/uaintances ;ational Input Information 1usiness sources 'via I.9.S." etc(G prices of commodities sales

investments in stocks<inventor, production tools and machiner, -uildings and improvements the stock market 1anks and credit -ureausG credit information pa,ment information Miscellaneous sourcesG polls and surve,s pu-lications telephone records energ, and utilit, purchases

Short List of :utputs

:utputs 66 create controlled situations 66 manipulation of the econom," hence societ, 66 control -, control of compensation and income. Se/uenceG 54. 5$. 5&. 5E. 5C. 5B. 5@. 5A. 55. 4%%. 4%4. 4%$. 4%&. 4%E. 4%C. 4%B. 4%@. 4%A. 4%5. 44%. 444. 44$. 44&. 44E. 44C. 44B. 44@. 44A. 445. 4$%. 4$4. allocates opportunities. destro,s opportunities. controls the economic environment. controls the availa-ilit, of raw materials. controls capital. controls -ank rates. controls the inflation of the currenc,. controls the possession of propert,. controls industrial capacit,. controls manufacturing. controls the availa-ilit, of goods 'commodities(. controls the prices of commodities. controls services" the la-or force" etc. controls pa,ments to government officials. controls the legal functions. controls the personal data files 66 uncorrecta-le -, the part, slandered. controls advertising. controls media contact. controls material availa-le for T.*. viewing disengages attention from real issues. engages emotions. creates disorder" chaos" and insanit,. controls design of more pro-ing ta forms. controls surveillance. controls the storage of information. develops ps,chological anal,ses and profiles of individuals. controls legal functions Nrepeat of 4CO controls sociological factors. controls health options. pre,s on weakness. cripples strengths.


leaches wealth and su-stance.

Ta-le of Strategies
Do this: Keep the public ignorant Maintain access to control points for feedback reate preoccupation "ttack the fa#il$ unit %i&e less cash and #ore credit and doles "ttack the pri&ac$ of the church (ocial confor#it$ Mini#ize the ta) protest (tabilize the consent Tighten control of &ariables *stablish boundar$ conditions +roper ti#ing Ma)i#ize control ollapse of currenc$ To get this: Less public organization Required reaction to outputs (prices, sales) Lo!er defenses ontrol of the education of the $oung More self'indulgence and #ore data Destro$ faith in this sort of go&ern#ent o#puter progra##ing si#plicit$ Ma)i#u# econo#ic data, #ini#u# enforce#ent proble#s (i#plicit$ coefficients (i#pler co#puter input data '' greater predictabilit$ +roble# si#plicit$ , solutions of differential and difference equations Less data shift and blurring Mini#u# resistance to control Destro$ the faith of the "#erican people in each other-

+iversion" the Primar, Strateg,

E perience has prevent that the simplest method of securing a silent weapon and gaining control of the pu-lic is to keep the pu-lic undisciplined and ignorant of the -asic s,stem principles on the one hand" while keeping them confused" disorgani!ed" and distracted with matters of no real importance on the other hand. This is achieved -,G disengaging their minds3 sa-otaging their mental activities3 providing a low6/ualit, program of pu-lic education in mathematics" logic" s,stems design and economics3 and discouraging technical creativit,. engaging their emotions" increasing their self6indulgence and their indulgence in emotional and ph,sical activities" -,G unrelenting emotional affrontations and attacks 'mental and emotional rape( -, wa, of constant -arrage of se " violence" and wars in the media 6 especiall, the T.*. and the newspapers. giving them what the, desire 6 in e cess 6 7?unk food for thought7 6 and depriving them of what the, reall, need.

rewriting histor, and law and su-?ecting the pu-lic to the deviant creation" thus -eing a-le to shift their thinking from personal needs to highl, fa-ricated outside priorities. These preclude their interest in and discover, of the silent weapons of social automation technolog,. The general rule is that there is a profit in confusion3 the more confusion" the more profit. Therefore" the -est approach is to create pro-lems and then offer solutions.

+iversion Summar,
Me$iaG Ieep the adult pu-lic attention diverted awa, from the real social issues" and captivated -, matters of no real importance. SchoolsG Ieep the ,oung pu-lic ignorant of real mathematics" real economics" real law" and real histor,. 'ntertain!entG Ieep the pu-lic entertainment -elow a si th6grade level. Wor(G Ieep the pu-lic -us," -us," -us," with no time to think3 -ack on the farm with the other animals.

2onsent" the Primar, *ictor,

A silent weapon s,stem operates upon data o-tained from a docile pu-lic -, legal '-ut not alwa,s lawful( force. Much information is made availa-le to silent weapon s,stems programmers through the Internal 9evenue Service. 'See Studies in the Structure of the merican Economy for an I.9.S. source list.( This information consists of the enforced deliver, of well6organi!ed data contained in federal and state ta forms" collected" assem-led" and su-mitted -, slave la-or provided -, ta pa,ers and emplo,ers. #urthermore" the num-er of such forms su-mitted to the I.9.S. is a useful indicator of pu-lic consent" an important factor in strategic decision making. :ther data sources are given in the Short List of Inputs. 2onsent 2oefficients 6 numerical feed-ack indicating victor, status. Ps,chological -asisG When the government is a-le to collect ta and sei!e private propert, without ?ust compensation" it is an indication that the pu-lic is ripe for surrender and is consenting to enslavement and legal encroachment. A good and easil, /uantified indicator of harvest time is the num-er of pu-lic citi!ens who pa, income ta despite an o-vious lack of reciprocal or honest service from the government.

Amplification Energ, Sources

The ne t step in the process of designing an economic amplifier is discovering the energ, sources. The energ, sources which support an, primitive economic s,stem are" of course" a suppl, of raw materials" and the consent of the people to la-or and conse/uentl, assume a certain rank" position" level" or class in the social structure" i.e." to provide la-or at various levels in the pecking order. Each class" in guaranteeing its own level of income" controls the class immediatel, -elow it" hence preserves the class structure. This provides sta-ilit, and securit," -ut also government from the top. As time goes on and communication and education improve" the lower6class elements of the social la-or structure -ecome knowledgea-le and envious of the good things that the upper6

class mem-ers have. The, also -egin to attain a knowledge of energ, s,stems and the a-ilit, to enforce their rise through the class structure. This threatens the sovereignt, of the elite. If this rise of the lower classes can -e postponed long enough" the elite can achieve energ, dominance" and la-or -, consent no longer will hold a position of an essential energ, source. >ntil such energ, dominance is a-solutel, esta-lished" the consent of people to la-or and let others handle their affairs must -e taken into consideration" since failure to do so could cause the people to interfere in the final transfer of energ, sources to the control of the elite. It is essential to recogni!e that at this time" pu-lic consent is still an essential ke, to the release of energ, in the process of economic amplification. Therefore" consent as an energ, release mechanism will now -e considered.

The successful application of a strateg, re/uires a careful stud, of inputs" outputs" the strateg, connecting the inputs and the outputs" and the availa-le energ, sources to fuel the strateg,. This stud, is called logistics. A logistical pro-lem is studied at the elementar, level first" and then levels of greater comple it, are studied as a s,nthesis of elementar, factors. This means that a given s,stem is anal,!ed" i.e." -roken down into its su-s,stems" and these in turn are anal,!ed" until -, this process" one arrives at the logistical 7atom"7 the individual. This is where the process of s,nthesis proper, -egins" at the time of -irth of the individual.

The Artificial Wom#rom the time a person leaves its mother0s wom-" its ever, effort is directed towards -uilding" maintaining" and withdrawing into artificial wom-s" various sorts of su-stitute protective devices or shells. The o-?ective of these artificial wom-s is to provide a sta-le environment for -oth sta-le and unsta-le activit,3 to provide a shelter for the evolutionar, processes of growth and maturit, 6 i.e." survival3 to provide securit, for freedom and to provide defensive protection for offensive activit,. This is e/uall, true of -oth the general pu-lic and the elite. )owever" there is a definite difference in the wa, each of these classes go a-out the solution of pro-lems.

The Political Structure of a ;ation 6 +ependenc,

The primar, reason wh, the individual citi!ens of a countr, create a political structure is a su-conscious wish or desire to perpetuate their own dependenc, relationship of childhood. Simpl, put" the, want a human god to eliminate all risk from their life" pat them on the head" kiss their -ruises" put a chicken on ever, dinner ta-le" clothe their -odies" tuck them into -ed at night" and tell them that ever,thing will -e alright when the, wake up in the morning. This pu-lic demand is incredi-le" so the human god" the politician" meets incredi-ilit, with incredi-ilit, -, promising the world and delivering nothing. So who is the -igger liarH the pu-licH or the 7godfather7H

This pu-lic -ehavior is surrender -orn of fear" la!iness" and e pedienc,. It is the -asis of the welfare state as a strategic weapon" useful against a disgusting pu-lic.

Most people want to -e a-le to su-due and<or kill other human -eings which distur- their dail, lives" -ut the, do not want to have to cope with the moral and religious issues which such an overt act on their part might raise. Therefore" the, assign the dirt, work to others 'including their own children( so as to keep the -lood off their hands. The, rave a-out the humane treatment of animals and then sit down to a delicious ham-urger from a whitewashed slaughterhouse down the street and out of sight. 1ut even more h,pocritical" the, pa, ta es to finance a professional association of hit men collectivel, called politicians" and then complain a-out corruption in government.

Again" most people want to -e free to do the things 'to e plore" etc.( -ut the, are afraid to fail. The fear of failure is manifested in irresponsi-ilit," and especiall, in delegating those personal responsi-ilities to others where success is uncertain or carries possi-le or created lia-ilities 'law( which the person is not prepared to accept. The, want authorit, 'root word 6 7author7(" -ut the, will not accept responsi-ilit, or lia-ilit,. So the, hire politicians to face realit, for them.

The people hire the politicians so that the people canG o-tain securit, without managing it. o-tain action without thinking a-out it. inflict theft" in?ur," and death upon others without having to contemplate either life or death. avoid responsi-ilit, for their own intentions. o-tain the -enefits of realit, and science without e erting themselves in the discipline of facing or learning either of these things. The, give the politicians the power to create and manage a war machine toG provide for the survival of the nation<wom-. prevent encroachment of an,thing upon the nation<wom-. destro, the enem, who threatens the nation<wom-. destro, those citi!ens of their own countr, who do not conform for the sake of sta-ilit, of the nation<wom-. Politicians hold man, /uasi6militar, ?o-s" the lowest -eing the police which are soldiers" the attorne,s and 2.P.A.s ne t who are spies and sa-oteurs 'licensed(" and the ?udges who shout orders and run the closed union militar, shop for whatever the market will -ear. The generals are industrialists. The 7presidential7 level of commander6in6chief is shared -, the international -ankers. The people know that the, have created this farce and financed it with their own ta es 'consent(" -ut the, would rather knuckle under than -e the h,pocrite. Thus" a nation -ecomes divided into two ver, distinct parts" a docile su-6nation Ngreat silent ma?orit,O and a political su-6nation. The political su-6nation remains attached to the docile su-6nation" tolerates it" and leaches its su-stance until it grows strong enough to detach itself and then devour its parent.

S,stem Anal,sis
In order to make meaningful computeri!ed economic decisions a-out war" the primar, economic fl,wheel" it is necessar, to assign concrete logistical values to each element of the war structure 6 personnel and material alike. This process -egins with a clear and candid description of the su-s,stems of such a structure.

The +raft 'As militar, service(

#ew efforts of human -ehavior modification are more remarka-le or more effective than that of the socio6militar, institution known as the draft. A primar, purpose of a draft or other such institution is to instill" -, intimidation" in the ,oung males of a societ, the uncritical conviction that the government is omnipotent. )e is soon taught that a pra,er is slow to reverse what a -ullet can do in an instant. Thus" a man trained in a religious environment for eighteen ,ears of his life can" -, this instrument of the government" -e -roken down" -e purged of his fantasies and delusions in a matter of mere months. :nce that conviction is instilled" all else -ecomes eas, to instill. Even more interesting is the process -, which a ,oung man0s parents" who purportedl, love him" can -e induced to send him off to war to his death. Although the scope of this work will not allow this matter to -e e panded in full detail" nevertheless" a coarse overview will -e possi-le and can serve to reveal those factors which must -e included in some numerical form in a computer anal,sis of social and war s,stems. We -egin with a tentative definition of the draft. The draft 'selective service" etc.( is an institution of compulsor, collective sacrifice and slaver," devised -, the middle6aged and elderl, for the purpose of pressing the ,oung into doing the pu-lic dirt, work. It further serves to make the ,outh as guilt, as the elders" thus making criticism of the elders -, the ,outh less likel, '8enerational Sta-ili!er(. It is marketed and and sold to the pu-lic under the la-el of 7patriotic J national7 service. :nce a candid economic definition of the draft is achieved" that definition is used to outline the -oundaries of a structure called a )uman *alue S,stem" which in turn is translated into the terms of game theor,. The value of such a slave la-orer is given in a Ta-le of )uman *alues" a ta-le -roken down into categories -, intellect" e perience" post6service ?o- demand" etc. Some of these categories are ordinar, and can -e tentativel, evaluated in terms of the value of certain ?o-s for which a known fee e ists. Some ?o-s are harder to value -ecause the, are uni/ue to the demands of social su-version" for an e treme e ampleG the value of a mother0s instruction to her daughter" causing that daughter to put certain -ehavioral demands upon a future hus-and ten or fifteen ,ears hence3 thus" -, suppressing his resistance to a perversion of a government" making it easier for a -anking cartel to -u, the State of ;ew Fork in" sa," twent, ,ears. Such a pro-lem leans heavil, upon the o-servations and data of wartime espionage and man, t,pes of ps,chological testing. 1ut crude mathematical models 'algorithms" etc.( can -e devised" if not to predict" at least to predeterminate these events with ma imum certaint,. What does not e ist -, natural cooperation is thus enhanced -, calculated compulsion. )uman -eings are machines" levers which ma, -e grasped and turned" and

there is little real difference -etween automating a societ, and automating a shoe factor,. These derived values are varia-le. 'It is necessar, to use a current Ta-le of )uman *alues for computer anal,sis.( These values are given in true measure rather than >.S. dollars" since the latter is unsta-le" -eing presentl, inflated -e,ond the production of national goods and services so as to give the econom, a false kinetic energ, '7paper7 inductance(. The silver value is sta-le" it -eing possi-le to -u, the same amount with a gram of silver toda, as it could -e -ought in 45$%. )uman value measured in silver units changes slightl, due to changes in production technolog,.

&actor ) As in ever, social s,stem approach" sta-ilit, is achieved onl, -, understanding and accounting for human nature 'action<reaction patterns(. A failure to do so can -e" and usuall, is" disastrous. As in other human social schemes" one form or another of intimidation 'or incentive( is essential to the success of the draft. Ph,sical principles of action and reaction must -e applied to -oth internal and e ternal su-s,stems. To secure the draft" individual -rainwashing<programming and -oth the famil, unit and the peer group must -e engaged and -rought under control. &actor )) - &ather The man of the household must -e house-roken to ensure that ?unior will grow up with the right social training and attitudes. The advertising media" etc." are engaged to see to it that father6to6-e is puss,6whipped -efore or -, the time he is married. )e is taught that he either conforms to the social notch cut out for him or his se life will -e ho--led and his tender companionship will -e !ero. )e is made to see that women demand securit, more than logical" principled" or honora-le -ehavior. 1, the time his son must go to war" father 'with ?ell, for a -ack-one( will slam a gun into ?unior0s hand -efore father will risk the censure of his peers" or make a h,pocrite of himself -, crossing the investment he has in his own personal opinion or self6esteem. =unior will go to war or father will -e em-arrassed. So ?unior will go to war" the true purpose not withstanding. &actor ))) - Mother The female element of human societ, is ruled -, emotion first and logic second. In the -attle -etween logic and imagination" imagination alwa,s wins" fantas, prevails" maternal instinct dominates so that the child comes first and the future comes second. A woman with a new-orn -a-, is too starr,6e,ed to see a wealth, man0s cannon fodder or a cheap source of slave la-or. A woman must" however" -e conditioned to accept the transition to 7realit,7 when it comes" or sooner. As the transition -ecomes more difficult to manage" the famil, unit must -e carefull, disintegrated" and state6controlled pu-lic education and state6operated child6care centers must -e -ecome more common and legall, enforced so as to -egin the detachment of the child from the mother and father at an earlier age. Inoculation of -ehavioral drugs N9italinO can speed the transition for the child 'mandator,(. 2autionG A woman0s impulsive anger can

override her fear. An irate woman0s power must never -e underestimated" and her power over a puss,6whipped hus-and must likewise never -e underestimated. It got women the vote in 45$%. &actor )* - +unior The emotional pressure for self6preservation during the time of war and the self6serving attitude of the common herd that have an option to avoid the -attlefield 6 if ?unior can -e persuaded to go 6 is all of the pressure finall, necessar, to propel =ohnn, off to war. Their /uiet -lackmailings of him are the threatsG 7;o sacrifice" no friends3 no glor," no girlfriends.7 &actor * - Sister And what a-out ?unior0s sisterH She is given all the good things of life -, her father" and taught to e pect the same from her future hus-and regardless of the price. &actor *) - %attle Those who will not use their -rains are no -etter off than those who have no -rains" and so this mindless school of ?ell,6fish" father" mother" son" and daughter" -ecome useful -easts of -urden or trainers of the same. This concludes what is availa-le of this document. 'Isaiah &&G$$( #or the Lord is our ?udge" the Lord is our lawgiver" the Lord is our king3 he will save us. The Lawful Path 6 http,--lawfulpath.co!

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