This part three of The Fractal Conspiracy Theory series
I started off with a simple question: Could there be a global conspiracy of significant historical length with no mastermind or stated agenda? You should easily be able to tell what I think the answer to that question is but simply asking it has given me a way to read through conspiracy theories with a new eye. Consider, if you will, the “truthers.” This is a name associated with the those who believe the terrorist attacks of 9/11/09 were an “inside job.” In other words, truthers believe the US government planned and carried out the destruction of the World Trade Center and the damage at the Pentagon. The exact theory has many variations. I find all of them to be lacking and most likely false. My assertion, though, rests on a very simple logical evaluation: a conspiracy in this case is unnecessary. These attacks were not deliberately staged, I believe, because Occam’s Razor says so and there’s a much better explanation: The Fractal Conspiracy.
In previous articles in this series, I’ve talked a bit about Yuri Bezmenov, and ex-KGB defector whose primary claim was that the KGB spent 85% of its budget on “ideological subversion:” the idea that a country is most easily weakened from within by subverting its press, educational system, and in general by infiltration and indoctrination. If the USSR was steering this ship, perhaps the captain is dead and the course is set, the goal would ultimately be to weaken the Unites States of America to Soviet influence and eventually a bloodless, communist revolution. Nonetheless, we see more evidence of this technique this week as videos are released of school children singing praises to President Obama in the tunes of “Battle Hymn of the Republic” and “Jesus Loves Me.” But it’s also extremely well-documented that the KGB played a large financial and administrative role in the formation of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, the Iranian “revolution” of 1979, and in many other parts of the Arab world prior to the collapse of the Soviet Union, real or otherwise. So why would you even need a conspiracy to convince 19 Islamo-fascists to fly planes into American symbols of wealth and power? Well, you wouldn’t. Why would you need to set explosives in the World Trade Center and Pentagon when large passenger planes were capable of doing such damage and there were terrorists who boarded these planes with every intent of dying for their religion? You wouldn’t need to. The Fractal Conspiracy was guiding them all along. (Note: while the Soviet motive in doing this was not genuinely Islamic critique of Western peoples, the hate is no less real and there is plenty reason to defend ourselves.)
In the article in this series prior to this one, “Fractal Opposition Technique,” I laid out a case for a big part of the pattern being a continual series of oppositions built up both between and within nations for the purpose of continually distracting the world’s people and “leaving the back door open,” so to speak. Not only does this constant drumbeat of opposition play a role in keeping our eyes off of the wealth of our nations, but it also provides another mechanism for gathering a nation’s currency in a strong central government. The Fractal Conspiracy tends to create hatred so great for opposition of powerful nations that secret groups will make their own plans for terrible acts without any formal call to action. There are other great examples of this throughout history. Consider the admittedly staged destruction of the USS Maine to spur on the Spanish-American War. Arguably, a Russian spy ended up in a London Hospital obviously poisoned and dying of brain cancer because he planned to expose a cover-up of the now Russian Federation’s bombing of one of its own apartment complexes to provide justification for the invasion of oil-rich Chechnya. If you look at any such conspiracy theory in the framework of history, the data produces itself. Strip away the false divisions I talked about in the last article and you’re left with fantastic data that describes the Fractal Conspiracy.
I’ll explain further: In the theories I’ve just mentioned, the commonality is a hate of another group of people that is funded by intelligence of a foreign power and then allowed to foster on common news stories. Whether explicitly involved or not, the news media’s constant attention to conflict between groups allows for this hatred to be nurtured without constant instruction or a central plan. When one of these groups becomes so consumed by hatred and convinced that physical attack is their best means of expression, they will attack a symbolic target of their opposition in a way that is so horrifying as to compel their target group to respond with even greater force. If the two groups have a vastly different amount of power, you get the total military destruction of Iraq or Chechnya. If the two groups are similar in power and military strength, you get the constant conflict and misery of the Middle East. Either way, the masses and the governments behind them will sacrifice liberty and wealth to strong central control and demand the purchase of weapons. Either way, the Fractal Conspiracy wins.
Let’s look at some contemporary conspiracy theories with the same eye:
H1N1 Vaccine – Some citizens are concerned that the government will make the use of the formerly-named “swine flu” vaccine mandatory and will use RFID tags to track those who have taken it. This is especially frightening to Christians because, in the Book of Revelations, the mark of the beast is written on either the right hand or the forehead and that’s exactly where the locator bracelet is going to go. Analysis: those who favor mandatory vaccinations and tracking do so because they have been convinced by corporate health representatives and the World Health Organization that H1N1 represents a global pandemic that will kill potentially billions if unchecked. Those who oppose mandatory vaccinations do so because they claim (correctly, in my opinion) that it is relatively untested, might kill more people than the flu itself like it did in the 1970s, and tracking is an unnecessary breach of liberty. Conclusion: International financiers like George Soros are putting billions of dollars into biotech stocks pushing the pandemic scare and opposition to the vaccine is making it easy to identify those who oppose the Fractal Conspiracy in at least one way.
Obama’s Internal Police Force – Barack Obama made it a campaign promise that he would build a civilian army at least as well-funded as the current military. As President, he signed the GIVE Act that would lay a foundation for a large organization that would either be a part or in the model of AmeriCorps. Analysis: Those who favor such an organization point out that it will be capable of doing large amounts of good by spreading “volunteerism” (in quotes because paid activism doesn’t fit the definition, in my opinion) and effecting social change. Opponents stress first that, even if such an organization is entirely based on good intentions, it is nonetheless a completely extra-constitutional arrangement that serves to further disseminate the political views of its founding ideology. Second, even if the motives of those who desire such a force are perfectly noble, it could be a powerful weapon in the hands of a less-principle group of successors as a sort of domestic privacy-violation machine with millions of eyes and the potential to become militarized. Conclusion: Germany, modern Russia, and other historical examples prove that large, domestic groups with a seemingly noble foundation can be tools of internal division and are often hijacked by demagogues. The Fractal Conspiracy operates on internally dividing the hegemonic winners of extra-national conflicts after their victory becomes clear.
The New World Order – George H. W. Bush became the first leader of a Western democracy to endorse the idea that the coming decades would bring about the (positive) alignment of major powers with a single economic and political body. The United Nations is typically the seat of political power in these theories and the G-20 (formerly G-8, formerly G-7) will usurp the economic sovereignty of member nations. Analysis: While it is undeniable that the United States of America is ceding more and more power to international bodies like the United Nations, the G-20, and the North American Union, proponents say that such a future is inevitable in an age where you can be physically anywhere in the world in less than a day and communication infrastructure makes the virtual time less than a second. Opponents point out that this often comes at a cost to individual and national liberty, that it is often in direct conflict with founding documents like the Constitution, and this “eventuality” points in many religions to the “end times” or the beginning of a similarly terrible conflict. Conclusion: There is absolutely no conspiracy necessary to explain globalism but the motive for it is the ultimate expression of the Fractal Conspiracy in many ways. It provides a foil to liberty-minded people the world over and a false umbrella under which conflict will continue just as it has with the United Nations. The New World Order will simply be another way to collect wealth in a central place so that is easier to process into the hands of the Fractal Conspiracy’s true benefactors.
In all of these examples, political agenda of one group creates such fear and opposition in a group of people that they will inevitably form their own secret cabals and plans for dealing with them. The formation of these groups will become known to their opposition who will do the same. It is important that the modern “mother of all conspiracy theories,” the 9/11 truther movement, is perhaps the best example of this. Soviet nudging by the KGB inspired a hatred of America that was fed by US involvement in the Middle East. Groups like Hezbollah, Hamas, and Al Qaeda were formed to deal with the perceived threat of American culture and influence threatening Islam. Established “conservative” (again in quotes because their purpose is counter to the philosophy) cabals like the Skull and Bones produced members that reacted predictably to terrorist violence and groups formed that were counter to their perceived internal threat like the Soros-funded Moveon.org. The cycle repeats itself at every level, like a fractal. The Fractal Conspiracy requires division within divisions within divisions. In this way, a populace in constant conflict is ripe for the exploitation of those who see the bigger picture and profit from it, giving them no reason to expose this headless snake if they do not possess the ethical fortitude to do so.
The data points tell us that The Fractal Conspiracy is defined by a rather simple formula: greed for the wealth of nations transferred to a learned few who recognize the false divisions they help to foster and justified by the idea that their vision of humanity is superior to those they subjugate. Like all fractals, the staggering complexity of patterns within patterns represented as fourth-dimensional graphic phenomenon, this conspiracy with no mastermind is simply defined by a formula of a common ideology that is every bit as twisted as its results. Death and conflict are not enemies of the Fractal Conspiracy who sees them as parts of human nature, inseparable from human history, and ultimately a way to profit by collecting the wealth and other liberties of those who are not as “enlightened” as they are.
Few have been as daring as science-fiction author H.G. Wells in describing the central formula of the Fractal Conspiracy. His writings about the “open conspiracy” of the “New World Order” illustrate the base arrogance of the idea in a way that gives me pause. I wonder if Wells intended to provide the masses a backdoor method for educating themselves on the greatest heist in history or if this was a genuine slip of a man so arrogantly involved in the process that he was not worried that his writings would be reviewed and called what they were. He described the ideology which he claimed as his own that it was unnecessary to keep such plans to himself. He called for socialism as a means to control the distribution of wealth and also as a way to prevent such liberties that would ultimately lead the expression of discontent with that system and its collapse. To do so, he sought to inform the like-minded that these goals were best accomplished by creating an endless dictatorship within the capitalist Western powers of bureaucracies which usurped the power of publically elected officials and replaced it with lifetime appointments that ruled by the decree of regulation. In this way, the populace would lose their will to fight a behemoth government that constantly filtered the wealth of the creative masses to their baron-masters who could use the tools of the state and a complicit media to drown out any threat to this coup from within. Thanks in large part to thinkers like Wells, the Fractal Conspiracy now had an end-game with no end. In fact, if I’m correct and the Fractal Conspiracy is a simple collection of disastrous beliefs, Wells provided the closest thing it has to a mastermind: a paternalist vision of central order through control that is amorphous, powerful unlike any social mechanism in history, and capable of losing any one of its heads to respond with ten more.
If I’m right, we’d expect the Fractal Conspiracy to produce smaller versions of this idea in society that we can observe having each of those effects. Like the game of telephone, the original message will be a bit scrambled, it won’t exactly fit our definitions, but, like a fractal, the pattern will be unmistakably clear. We’ll owe a great debt of gratitude to Andrew Breitbart, James O’Keefe, and Hanna Giles if this is the turning point in history where the Fractal Conspiracy is exposed and defeated. Their work in exposing corruption around the Obama White House has so far brought the NEA (National Endowment for the Arts), ACORN (Association of Community Organizers for Reform Now), and their unwitting allies in the major media squarely into view. Non-governmental groups like ACORN and SEIU (Service Employees International Union) are partnering with Executive-branch powers to take taxpayer money and use it so support a common political agenda of liberal/progressive expansion of federal powers. Not reliant on the media, alone, the White House has also sought the help of the NEA to support propaganda in the guise of art, again with taxpayer money. When ACORN was exposed as an organization that would almost uniformly, in any of its offices, offer tax help to launder money from an underage sex-slave-trade operation into a like-minded political campaign, the Census broke ties with them, Congress passed legislation to defund them, and the IRS began an investigation. But, low and behold, they shifted the financial focus to their sister organization, the SEIU, and Breitbart’s biggovernment.com has found that FEMA money for such non-related tasks as fire control and prevention is being given to ACORN. The pattern is complex and it will, over time, become so prevalent that stopping it seems like a tireless battle. The Fractal Conspiracy exists within the framework of these organizations and the same rules apply. There is no such thing as corruption if you believe that your task is so important that the ends justify the means. There is no such thing as corruption if you believe you are opposed by powerful groups that you simply must defeat and the media provides people in groups like ACORN with foils like Freedomworks and the “angry, evil mob” spurred on by “corporate shills” like “the racist Glenn Beck” and “greedy Republicans. All the while, ACORN, SEIU, and the White House are simply making it easier for the real thieves of the Fractal Conspiracy to steal the wealth of the United States.
As a quick note, yes, the disinformation techniques of the Fractal Conspiracy do extend down to the true-believers who aren’t on the take. Just like Van Jones, President Obama’s “Green Czar,” admitted truther, and communist, took on Glenn Beck through colorofchange.org under the false pretense of racism, Twitter is a great place to observe the hateful disinformation on a personal level. I am called a racist on a daily basis which is somewhat ridiculous for this father of two biracial children. I have been accused of being “a racist who did jail time for beating up Hispanics in Ohio,” another baseless charge counteracted by a simple criminal records search. Most recently, an angry, self-described “liberal” twitterer took offense to my challenge of her open challenge to be debated. A day later, she called a manager in another department of the division I work in. Thankfully, Twitter does log these conversations. When she told the manager that I had referenced “sex with animals,” I showed my reply to her that her partisan bleating reminded me of the quote “four legs good, two legs baaaad,” from Orwell’s Animal Farm. When I challenged that her unemployment was a result of bad economic policy by the current administration, she answered by saying that next I would make fun of the illness and death of her family members. She repeated this charge to the manager as if I had said it. Again, these things are logged. (Note: upon review, the user has protected and erased some of her more damning tweets but you can see them all by searching twitter for “rdickerhoof nakedaxiom“) The Fractal formula transmits its way down through the behavior of the individual’s perceived leader. I have responded previously to charges by Nancy Pelosi that conservatives are “astroturf” “paid activists” and the White House’s call for you to report your neighbor for talking with them and disagreeing with the Administration’s assessment of their claims. The formula, in other words, needs no hardened infrastructure to be transmitted and ideological blindness can cause one to perpetuate it even without a personal share of the fiat-cash cow.
There is a belief in some Christian sects that to name a disease gives it power. This is why they seek to avoid doctors and favor the use of prayer. I believe that God gave us the gift of language and that naming a disease gives those who wish to cure it a common framework for discussing both successful and unsuccessful techniques. I have now given you the central formula is what I have chosen to call “The Fractal Conspiracy.” I do this, not because I wish to give it power, but because we need a way to discuss a strategy that we find in every secret group and allied secretive societies that exist in every government and every segment of society that deals with the transfer and distribution of wealth. A fiat currency allows these movements to be free from any solid validation of their actual worth and instead to operate above anything approaching a sensible, objective set of countermeasures. Hence, the Fractal Conspiracy is the only name I can find that fits. If there is no mastermind and no single document that describes this phenomenon, I will do so. I gave a speech this last weekend (links: video, somewhat non-matching text) in which I told an audience of libertarian-minded constitutionalists, many of whom were affiliated with various Tea Party groups, that anti-capitalist protestors at the Pittsburgh G-20 summit were actually protesting the same thing but most likely had a negative opinion of Tea Parties. In documenting my theory of the Fractal Conspiracy, I hope to give a rallying cry that talks around the false divisions we’ve been indoctrinated with by our would-be masters. People like Breitbart, O’Keefe, and Giles along with blogger and writer Michelle Malkin (links: blog, book Culture of Corruption) describe the heads of it as they appear. If we are to defeat the Fractal Conspiracy, we must also know it by its pattern so that we are ready to recognize the ten heads that appear to replace lost faces like ACORN and give them a similar fate. We must collect and share data and I hope this gives you a way to give that data some meaning.
The next article will be entitled “How to Steal Everything: The Greatest Heist Ever.” Names will be named.