The Big Game...
Why people like so much to play? Why are people
fascinated by any game especially if there is a challenging competition?
Why do people strive for goals? Why do they climb mountains even risking
their life? Why do they force themselves to the most extreme to gain new
records in all fields of life? Why do people like to fight?
The answer is: Because they want to win. They
do everything possible to be more clever or stronger than the other. Because
it gives satisfaction, it makes people feel good. It makes that people
feel themselves, it makes them feel alive.
Why is it so important for us to have 'success'?
This basic need comes from the very early primitive life forms, where the
most important was to survive. The strongest has the best chance to survive
by reproducing oneself. In this way the evolution of the species develops.
It is part of the 'game' that in challenging fights the weak individual
is beaten by the stronger one, eventually being killed and eaten so furthering
the strength of the winner. This natural behavior - although unconscious
- is a very basic attitude and is still present in our modern ways of striving
for success and satisfaction.
This underlying attitude is the same in each individual,
only that this urge varies how it is realized in daily life. The way used
will be dependent on one's personal evolution, character and also one's
current material base. One will then use all one's available options to
beat the opponent and to win the competition, using any known trick in
this fight, including 'eating' them by pulling them to one's side. One's
social state doesn't matter, if one lives under a bridge or is the leader
of a multinational imperium, the attitude is the same, just that one has
less means then the other and can't operate on such a wide level.
There are people who like to play chess, indeed
it is a fascinating game: it is like in daily life, just without the physical
threatening. One has to use all tricks with the final goal to checkmate
the opponent. Killing is a main part of the game: one wants to kill
as many of the enemy as possible, that makes one's own position stronger
by weakening the other. But also one is using all kinds of dirty tricks
to fool the other, to make them fall into a trap or just gaining a better
position by sacrificing one's own people. Even the queen will be sacrificed
if it serves the purpose! The king as a representation of the "I" must
survive, this is the only what counts at the end! Winning the game the
player feels great and will soon search for the next challenging opponent...
Most people in our society live their life as
if playing a chess game. Some do it very simple just defending their position
as good as they can, often feeling as victims of unfavorable circumstances,
others feel stronger and look for challenges by attacking the space and
property of others... There are people in powerful positions who play in
an extremely sophisticated way, moving their 'chessmen' from the background,
using the same basic tricks but with an highly developed intellect manipulating
gullible people. These people then make decisions mandated by the manipulators,
believing that these are made out of their own will. This can become so
extreme that they even sacrifice themselves for the good of a 'higher goal'.
Indeed there are a few people on this planet who
are playing in such an advanced way, that they not only move astronomic
amounts of money but also most part of the world's consumer population
included leaders of countries as part of their game. They use their power
in such a manipulative way that they take over everything they go for and
if there is resistance or an obstacle then they know how to move their
chessmen to eliminate everything and every body... These people not only
play their 'Top Game', they also play their role as normal human beings:
As family fathers, being respected members of their community, giving generous
donations for humanitarian purposes, etc. They seem to be just normal citizens
and it is not a conscious double role they play. They see themselves as
idealistic and are convinced that they do the best they can and that for
a higher purpose it is inevitable to make some sacrifice. They are convinced
that the purpose justifies the means and as long as they are riding the
tiger of success then there is no conflict for them. That they mostly end
in desperation when they get older, that is their personal problem they
have to face by themselves...
In the Big Game there is no 'Love' involved! Any
kind of belief system or concept will be used to manipulate others in the
most subtle way, so religious and philosophical concepts - beside the basic
needs - are part of the strategy of the top players in this world. They
move billions of dollars and human, animal and plant life are just seen
as disposable objects that they can use for their advantage in playing
the Big Game. Killing is part of the game and if it serves its purpose,
they don't mind to sacrifice their own people and for sure not the life
of those who might be an obstacle or just because they fit into their stratgedy,
no matter if these are important personalities or a few hundred thousand
These top players are acting from the background
and they never appear in public. They never act directly, they only move
their pieces by letting their influences manipulate others. And they do
it in such a clever way, that even the manipulated people don't know about
it, not the mass of millions of pawns and not the leading chessmen, they
believe that they are making decisions out of their own free will, but
in reality they are just puppets. They all are programmed by traditional
education and manipulated by daily suggestive advertisements, so that they
buy things they believe they need to be satisfied - not knowing that they
are just marionettes, brainwashed by the controlled and manipulated mass
mediums and the entertainment industry - all serving the Big Game.
The momentary situation in the ongoing chess tournament
is that a hundred thousand of the opponent pawns will be killed and ten
thousands of the own pawns will be sacrificed. The situation is so dangerous
that it might involve the whole planet and threaten the life of all. Obviously
those 'Top Players' meanwhile are going too far as they are risking their
own life, but for them this is part of the game and makes them getting
excited about it, like the one who is climbing the mountain risking one's
life. Or maybe they have a backup plan to emigrate into outer space if
things escape their control...
It seems that those who are playing the Big Game
don't care anymore that it becomes obvious that what happens now is part
of a big money and power game. It is becoming so absurd and monstrous that
even the most innocent puppets in this game start to question what is going
on. Especially because there are many obvious contradictions and even the
most basic religious concepts, such as 'Thou Shalt Not Kill' and others,
which until now were serving to manipulate people are totally ignored.
Probably these 'Top Players' are just bored because
they have gained that much power that they can reach every thing they want
too easily and only enough resistance makes the game more exciting. So
what they do is that they provoke not only the resisting opponents but
also their own chessmen up to the mass of pawns. At the moment most of
the provoked people are satisfied expressing themselves by putting a candle
in the window, wearing a white scarf and going to a demonstration party
and with this they have the feeling that they do something for peace. But
there are more and more who seriously question what is happening and are
searching for background information and ask themselves what they possibly
might do to change something about the the life threatening situation.
A very few people even might wake up...
So what can a 'pawn' do to influence the threatening
happenings in this Big Game? Is there a way to act in an effective way
without being a helpless manipulated puppet and part of the Game? I am
convinced that there is ...
To be continued...
article "The Big Game 2. part"
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