What are Human Resources? Humans are some of the most abundant and valuable resources on the planet. They are social creatures, like cattle and sheep yet, like dogs, they are easily trained. They require little more than food, shelter and minor comfort, but need constant mental diversion due to their capacity for higher thought.
Civilization is built upon the backs of Human Resources. In a modern, civilized society, humans serve a dual purpose: they consume and they produce. A properly developed Human Resource will work hard to earn money and then spend that money to buy what he or she just produced. This presents a unique profit opportunity for their handlers.
Human Resource Development
Indoctrination is the preferred method of training. Training must begin immediately after birth, since an untrained human will quickly realize that he or she is an extension of the environment and as such has certain inalienable rights brought about by the mere fact of being. The sooner the Human Resource can be isolated from its family and the indoctrination process begun, the higher the likelihood of success. The current trend is to begin preschool indoctrination at 3 years of age, but studies show that the programming process can begin as early as 5 months.
The indoctrination process begins with symbol learning and prepares the individual for reading, writing and in extraordinary individuals, mathematical ability. These are important skills for the job market. Too much learning, however, can become problematic, especially if the Human Resource develops critical thinking ability. Critical thinking must be carefully monitored and dealt with accordingly since it can lead to programming resistance, less than satisfactory development and possible spoilage. Juvenile rebellion must be discovered and dealt with immediately. Often, the use of behavioural drugs works quite well in this regard and helps contribute to the profit stream.
2. Personal Identity
The Human Resource must be convinced that it is an individual, capable of independent thought and action and that in order to “succeed” must compete with other Human Resource individuals. The first order of business is to instil sex roles, be they boy or girl and that there is appropriate social behaviour and focus associated with that sex. It is extremely important to maintain this individuation and, while constantly reinforcing the differences, maintain that being different has no intrinsic value or hierarchy. The maintenance of the illusion of individuality is of paramount importance to avoid the emergence of human solidarity outside of the control structure. Men and women present the greatest bonding threat since they procreate. If improperly programmed, family units may develop and be valued by the Human Resources above other social structures or the state.
Once the HR has a solid sense of self, a loose bond must then be formed with the power structure. Originally, wild humans roamed freely across the land, taking what they needed to survive from the natural world. As civilization developed it became obvious that this was a waste of valuable Human Resource potential. Separation from the land and the natural world is of paramount importance if the HR is to reach its optimum work potential.
Since everyone needs a place to live, an artificial power structure that possesses all the land has been created. In this way, the HR must honour that artificial structure in order to gain a right of access to the land and therefore have a rightful place on which to stand. So-called public land is off limits to habitation, hunting, gathering or gardening, but plots of land are available for such activities on a fee basis. Such “property” can never be owned outright but can be speculated upon, traded, hoarded for profit or personal use as long as the ongoing fees to the power structure (hereinafter referred to as “government” or “state”) are paid in full.
There are many types of government structures, each differing in the way HRs are developed. A government or nation is only as large as the people who identify with it and are willing to pay homage to its power. As such, hundreds of nations currently exist on the earth. Those that fail to manage their Human Resources properly often fall to revolution but a new power structure quickly reforms to re-harness the available and now underutilized Human Resources. It is in government’s best interest to foment unrest in these inefficient nations to allow the prevailing power structure to lay claim to these underutilized Human Resources.
4. National identity
In order to cultivate loyalty to the state a certain national identity must be instilled. This is done as part of the indoctrination procedure, primarily in school, but also in the home and through the propaganda media of radio, news, television, movies, Internet, books, magazines and periodicals.
The birth certificate is the initial national identity document, proof that the HR was born within the boundaries claimed by the state. The birth certificate is nothing more than a validated claim to the Human Resource by the state. It is soon followed by other documents including social security or insurance cards, driver’s licenses, marriage certificates, hunting and fishing licenses, mortgages, passports, resident cards, voter registrations, census records, automobile registrations… the list is nearly endless.
A properly trained Human Resource has no desire to leave the boundaries of its nation, since, if the indoctrination was successful, it believes that nowhere else on earth is as good as where it currently resides. When an HR leaves, even for a short period, national productivity suffers.
5. Social cohesiveness
In order for a nation to succeed, Human Resources must develop a sense of social cohesiveness. In order to reduce stress, induce contentment and increase productivity, the Human Resources must believe that they live with like-minded individuals who are similarly indoctrinated. They must also believe that they have the ability to exercise their free will and make choices, though a tight rein must be maintained and the choices limited in scope. For proper HR development and cohesiveness, freedom must be relative, not absolute.
6. Common rules
A series of common rules or “laws” must be in place and rigorously enforced. The rules themselves aren’t nearly as important as their implementation and propaganda value. Properly indoctrinated Human Resources appreciate strong regulation, since they have been programmed not to think for or take care of themselves but bend to authority. In a properly programmed HR thinking must be limited to trivial or “popular” cultural iconographies.
Issues are created by the propaganda machine to induce fear and instil relief that a power structure is in place to deal with such things. A HR that violates even trivial rules is dealt with immediately and severely to set an example to the rest, to keep them in line, working and buying.
Seatbelt, helmet, recreational drug use and insurance laws are implemented to prevent damage to valuable Human Resources thorough mishap or misadventure. Workplace rules and regulations ensure peak productivity while minimizing potential physical damage and its resultant lost workdays. Financial laws exist to ensure the upward flow of money from the workers to the controllers. And of course, many laws must be in place to protect the integrity, power and continuance of the hierarchy.
7. Political and social hierarchy
Part of Human Resource indoctrination is to reinforce the idea of hierarchy. By reinforcing the idea of a class structure: lower, middle, upper, political and elite, the HR is given a goal that helps alleviate some of the inevitable sense that life could be much better than it is. A powerful factor built into the HR experience is a gnawing sense of lack. This is the fuel that powers the Human Resource.
De-facto slaves who are told they are free, Human Resources intuitively know that something is amiss, but they cannot discern what it is. The propaganda machine provides the answer: if they just work a little harder, they can fill that void with material possessions, social ascendancy, status and/or fame and that feeling of discontent will magically vanish. Of course, this is an outright lie, but it serves its motivational purpose since “enough” is an unreachable goal.
The genius of the HR paradigm is its perpetual motion and self-sustaining nature. All civilized humans are raised as Human Resources and so those who are least content, most fearful and most deluded work the hardest and rise fastest to positions of power within the hierarchy. Once there, even if some truths are revealed to them, they are far too conditioned to question.
Patriotism is the proactive form of Nationalism, a quasi-religious zealotry useful in times of national economic or imperialistic conquest. Patriotic programming begins during the initial indoctrination phase and is reinforced within the social hierarchical network.
Military and police organizations take patriotic indoctrination to extreme levels using brainwashing techniques developed over hundreds of years. These include the wearing of uniforms, group chanting, forced labour, communal confinement, physical and mental abuse. The result is soldiers who will kill on command.
Sports provide a dual purpose. First, sports create diversion from thinking. They are an important form of escapism to nullify the effects of the slave experience and to occupy the HR’s mind with trivialities. Pop Culture is also invaluable in this regard.
Team sports also instil a sense of belonging and harmlessly fulfill the basic human need for tribal identification. Team sports teach temporary and limited cooperation amongst individuals in a goal-oriented response to a perceived threat by another tribe or team. Team sports is mock warfare.
Warfare is perhaps the best use of Human Resources. Warfare stimulates economic activity since things are destroyed and need to be replaced. A sense of urgency is driven into HRs and makes them work harder, for longer hours and sometimes, for less pay. They readily accept reduced liberties in exchange for promised security and a false sense of purpose. Many, usually low quality HRs, are sacrificed in the name of warfare and this helps keep HR quality high and human population down to manageable levels, ensuring the availability of enough basic necessities to prevent hunger and or discomfort that might lead to discontent and/or open rebellion by HRs against their servitude and the power hierarchy.
11. Job Training
Education of Human Resources consists of training for a specific job. As mentioned earlier, critical thinking skills must be avoided at all costs. In the past, education focused on a broad spectrum of cultural, scientific and philosophical disciplines. Studies prove that this is dangerous and counterproductive in the long run. Presently, in this technocratic age, testing is undertaken to determine the HR’s abilities and then it is channeled into a training program in preparation for a job matching its aptitudes. Post secondary school job training facilities themselves create massive amounts of economic activity and often implement the useful tool of indebtedness at an early age.
12. Money and Debt
Money and debt are the chains, the reins and the whip used to extract wealth from the Human Resource. The illusion that money exists must be maintained at all costs lest the Human Resource seek other alternatives to meet its basic needs. A constant stripping away of the HR’s ability to be self-sufficient is of paramount importance. It must come to the realization that only money can get it what it needs and moreover, what it wants. This places the HR’s focus directly and only on making money.
Debt is the powerful corollary of money. If you can convince the HR that it can immediately have what it needs or wants and let it pay off the debt over time, even at a greater labour cost, you not only ensure its continued work and productivity, you stimulate its purchasing as well. Remember, a Human Resource has only two purposes: production and consumption.
It must also believe that the debt plus the interest must be paid back and that failure to do so will result in punishment, loss of status, loss of purchasing ability and its relative freedom.
Media is the most powerful indoctrination tool ever created. Through the use of outright lies and half-truths cleverly packaged by the propaganda machine, media promises mental diversion from the pain of HR servitude, while driving home the illusions and falsehoods instilled in early childhood. Media stimulates consumption while ensuring social cohesiveness, patriotism, nationalism, hierarchy, common culture and rules, individuality and the idea of relative freedom while reinforcing fearfulness.
The Internet, in these early stages, presents some real threats to the power structure and the indoctrination and propaganda programs. No effort is being spared by the state and its controllers to circumvent these threats before they become real problems.
14. Citizenship equals Ownership
As mentioned earlier, citizenship equates with ownership. There are only a few places left on the earth where people can live off the land without paying homage to a power structure. These include remote parts of the Amazon basin, Borneo and New Guinea. The governments that control these territories lay claim to the Human Resources contained therein, but do not have the will or ability to enforce these claims or develop these resources. Everywhere else, Human Resources are controlled and developed, albeit haphazardly in some locations, to serve the greater economic engine. It is the politician’s duty to work tirelessly to alleviate these inefficiencies and increase productivity.
15. Civilization equals Slavery
Citizenship is a direct consequence of civilization, civilization being defined as “governed” in opposition to “free.” Civilized people are typically ministered to by a central, multi-tiered government that controls the social flux and the welfare of the people as far as it benefits the state. In short, civilized people are slaves owned by the state that lays claim to them or that they voluntarily pay homage to.
The state then has an obligation to care for the welfare of the citizens, insofar as it benefits the state. This is the same relationship a farmer has with his livestock. For a farm to be successful, the livestock must produce and to be productive they must be well cared for. For the politician and his role in Human Resource development, the preferred term is Human Resource Husbandry.
Historically, during the early years of civilization and overt slavery, the slave owner provided shelter, food and healthcare to keep his slaves productive and to prevent loss through sickness, death and running away. This expensive inconvenience limited the plantation owner’s profits. Also, slaves who were aware of their slavery put out only enough effort to avoid punishment.
With the advent of the industrial revolution, the so-called freeing of the slaves put them in the position of having to provide food, shelter and healthcare for themselves. Without the benefit of real property or free lands on which to subsist, the slave had to seek employment for money to purchase the necessities that were once included free as part of his servitude.
This was an ingenious development by those in power: wealthy industrialists who now control the state and the human and other resources it owns.
17. Cultivating False Ideas of Freedom and Social Agenda
Maintaining the illusions of freedom, rights and government concession to the Human Resources is paramount in maintaining compliance and optimization of the HR’s dual role as producer/consumer. The propaganda media apparatus is instrumental in achieving this goal.
Social contracts should be implemented and administered with a “carrot and stick” approach—small favours granted in exchange for greater control backed by punitive rules. This fine-tunes the social machine to produce the greatest profits, ensuring hard work by the HR’s and maximum spending of their earnings on the products of their labours.
Multiculturalism is another useful tool for the HR manager. While encouraging individual cultural mores, emphasis must be placed on the idea that all Human Resources are of equal value and that personal belief is a right granted by the power structure.
Concurrently, through the propaganda media, mistrust of different cultures must be fostered to prevent HR solidarity and to instil fear. This is a purposely confusing divide and conquer technique that prevents a homogenization of cultures and belief systems that could conceivably threaten the power structure’s hegemony.
Since an abundance of Human Resources ensures consumption and the necessity of earning money to purchase basic needs, a liberal immigration policy must be in place. The inward flow of Human Resources must be maintained to provide a diverse pool of motivated HR’s from which the most suitable and potentially profitable individuals may be selected by industry. Since overcrowding and competition put stress upon the HR social fabric, to placate the outcry from the vast majority of minimally productive Human Resources the propaganda machine must maintain the illusion that immigration policy is extremely selective or that every effort is being made to stem the flow of unauthorized immigration.
The propaganda media must also embark upon an international campaign to create the belief that opportunity awaits the immigrant thereby increasing the flow of immigration.
The politician must realize that it is also a Human Resource, but is in an enviable control position, charged with the implementation and maintenance of the socioeconomic design system as outlined above.
The politician must have a skill set that matches this important responsibility. It must demonstrate its ability to sincerely believe the lies and half-truths promoted by the propaganda machine. In addition, it must abandon all humanist ideology while simultaneously maintaining a façade of adherence to its tenets. The politician must constantly and continuously use fear as a tool to implement desired behaviours in the Human Resources in its charge. Lastly, but most important, it must demonstrate unrelenting and unquenchable ambition within the political structure, even to the point of what might be considered a pathology.
In short, the ability to believe two conflicting views irrespective of truth or justice, the firm belief that Human Resources are husbanded for their own good and the good of society coupled with ambition that has no limits nor follows any sort of moral code beyond the desire to ensure profit for its handlers will guarantee the politician’s success in the care and management of Human Resources.