Scott Adams, the anti-Semitic cartoonist of Dilbert fame, coined the term “confusopoly” to define an economic condition in which multiple competitors with indistinguishable products or services intentionally confuse consumers instead of competing on price. Being a former Radio Shack sales weasel, my favorite example is wireless phone service. They’re all selling the same ability to make phone calls, so they have to weave completely superficial distinctions which are entirely independent of the tangible service being offered. AT&T’s Rollover Minutes are my favorite example: a contractual abstraction pitched as a product itself – with amusing commercials that reinforce the fiction with little cartoon “minutes”.
There are essentially three basic methods for individuals and oligarchies to acquire power: martial, managerial, and mercantile (kshatriya, brahman, and vaishya for the RadTrads). In the early stages of civilization, the aristocratic oligarchies dominate. But as a civilization becomes more peaceful, mature, and complex, the technocratic oligarchies become more dominant. The dynamic and creative leadership of the warlord becomes obsolete and the patient and precise administration of the managerial elite eclipses it.
This basic template has manifested in countless avatars throughout civilized history: The pharaoh vs. the priests, the sultan vs. the vizier, the king vs. the bishop, the warlord vs. the mandarin. Throughout history, the managerial elites have been tempted to escape from their submissive roles as scribes, tax collectors, eunuchs, celibate priests, and other humiliating roles to replace the ruling elite, fostering ever deepening ressentiment toward their overlords.
These bureaucrats are only granted control over the realms which require their expertise – things that require record-keeping, memorizing highly specialized subjects, and similarly boring and inglorious pursuits that the aristocrats can’t be bothered with. So they expand those realms and create new ones. Patiently and steadily, they make one realm after another so complex, arcane, initiatic, and inaccessible to the layman that only they can control it. They weave webs of unnecessary complexity throughout the critical institutions too dense for mere mortals.
And as long as the their rationalizations for weaving these webs are accepted by their victims, they’ll consolidate their control. As long as we assume that financial instruments like derivatives are probably smart things to invest in, as long as we rely on the “experts”, we’ll keep having our pockets emptied. As long as we assume that their “intelligence” is credible because it was derived from “experts”, we’ll keep getting suckered into fighting their wars for them. As long as our politicians rely on the bureaucrats and lobbyists that surround them, we’ll continue to be helpless as our government careens out of control.
We in America don’t live in a democracy or a republic – we live in a confusocracy. Fewer and fewer things can be accomplished without an “expert”, and those experts are overwhelmingly from the invasive managerial tribe who’ve been bred and brainwashed for millennia to excel at this role. When Jews speak, they speak as experts lecturing pupils, often when it’s totally out of context to do so. When Jews write up contracts and regulations, they pay attention to the details in a way that a gentile usually lacks the self-discipline to do. They can delay gratification and patiently play the odds long after the White child goes for the marshmallow and the White adult goes for the sub-prime mortgage.
The Jews wave their contracts and regulations at the White man just as he waved his small pox blankets at the American Indian. They steadily raise the level of complexity, confusion, and sheer boredom until they’re the last ones standing. As long as we keep falling for this ploy, we’ll keep losing. As long as we just assume that Madoff’s investment strategy is too complex to comprehend or regulate, as long as we just assume that the nation requires tens of millions of dedicated bureaucrats monitoring racial quotas and managing medical professionals, we’ll keep losing. Unless we call their bluff, rip the curtain aside, and throw these wizards out of power, we’ll keep losing.