BOSTON – USA – The term ‘change’ is an oft used term by politicians, but what does that term really mean? Can change be painless for the population, or does it have to involve some level of personal sacrifice? The Institute of Population Control (IPC) explains.
Whenever politicians cite ‘change’ there is always an ominous side to their proposal, and experts at the Institute of Population Control, an independent non-governmental organisation, have outlined some of the problems that may occur when this ‘change’ is enabled on populations.
“Politicians may use certain words to describe their policy ideas, for example ‘austerity’ means redistribution of wealth from the poor to the rich thus the term really means ‘poverty’. As for the term ‘change’, this has multiple meanings but is close to the word ‘destruction’. For any ‘change’ to occur first one must have destruction of the prior system, and this is where the problems arise for the populations who are only accustomed to the prior system. Another term that is widely used but misinterpreted is ‘climate change’, which is simply a term describing the problem of over-population. If climate change is mentioned, it means quite simply, that populations have extended their usefulness and have to be reduced, of course for the good of the planet.
“Change is thus a term used by politicians as a euphemism for destruction, whenever you hear those words, be prepared because they may smile when they say it, but their words mean a totally different action. The 21st century, has been named as the century of change, and even though we are in the early stages of the century, there will be more to come, on an almost infinite escalating scale. In 2001, the young century certainly started with a bang, with 911, a spectacular symbolic gesture of ‘change’. Current, U.S. president, Barack Obama is also a stout proponent of change, and his destructive powers have been put to full effect over the course of his tenure.
“Technology will move from outside the body and be placed within. Humans will not be able to make transactions without specific technological entities implanted in their bodies. The merging of humans with machines is an inevitable evolutionary step, and those who fight this all important change, will be left behind, they will not be able to feed themselves or find employment. Artificial intelligence will reach increasingly dizzying heights as humans are left behind, and this jump in machine intelligence will also be a key factor in assimilation with man and machine, for to not do so, will mean certain destruction by the machine.
“Naturally, there will be discontent and rioting, however the superior military and technological strength of the state will put ‘change’ into place one way or another. Civil disobedience within movements of change are an inevitable symptom, and the controlling factions positively welcome them, purely because it gives them an opportunity to mete out their pent up violence as well as test out stratagems of population control.”