#1) The Health Care System is designed to fail
As already mentioned, the health care system would collapse overnight if it actually taught people how to stay healthy and prevent disease. For every major disease now ravaging America — cancer, heart disease, diabetes — there already exist a multitude of natural cures and highly effective prevention strategies that are affordable, safe and effective. Yet none of these are shared with the public, and in nearly all U.S. states, doctors who even attempt to share such knowledge can be arrested, charged with crimes and have their medical licensed revoked.
Instead of teaching prevention and cures, the health care system prefers to keep people trapped in a system of never-ending medical dependence. “Health” is never the goal. The real goal is to profit as much as possible from the ongoing suffering and sickness of the population at large.
After all, the sicker the population gets, the more high-profit drugs they’ll be prescribed by the very same doctors who are routinely bribed by the drug companies.
#2) The Food Production System is designed to fail to nourish the population
If American people are eating so much food, you might wonder why they are so malnourished in terms of the natural vitamins and minerals that are supposed to be present in real food.
The answer is that the U.S. food production system is intentionally designed to cause nutritional deficiencies that lead to runaway food cravings and widespread food addictions.
Processed food companies intentionally remove nearly all the important nutrients from food during manufacturing: healthy oils, minerals, vitamins, phytonutrients, fiber and more. What’s left is a delicious but nutritionally worthless mass of heavily refined food ingredients (HFCS, sugar, white flour, etc.) which promote food addictions and ongoing hunger (i.e. repeat business).
The human body will always signal “hunger” when it is deficient in essential minerals — the very same minerals which are intentionally removed from processed foods. That never-ending hunger leads to addictive eating habits that enrich the processed food companies. They actually depend on obese, desperate food addicts in much the same way that crack dealers depend on crack addicts for repeat business.
If the U.S. food supply were designed to nourish the population, it would consist largely of whole, nutritionally-intact foods that deliver the building blocks of good health and disease prevention.
Instead, we get Wonder Bread, Froot Loops and Skittles — three glaring examples of a disastrously failed food supply engineered to keep people in a state of perpetual nutritional starvation even while they’re eating themselves into obesity and cancer.
#3) The Prison System is designed to fail
Have you ever wondered what the purpose of the prison system really might be? It’s sold to us as a “reform” system that accepts criminals and somehow magically turns them into law-abiding citizens upon their release.
Yet as Adam Kokesh rightly points out in his new book FREEDOM!, this entire idea is based on the ridiculous assumption that throwing a prisoner into an environment where he is surrounded by other criminals and gang members will make him less criminal-minded, not more.
The institution of prison, as structured today, is actually a training ground for hardened criminals. People often enter the system as small-time crooks and leave as violent, aggressive criminals with expanded skills and knowledge of how the criminal world operates.
The prison system needs this, it turns out. Many prisons are now run by for-profit corporations which use prisoners as a socially-sanctioned form of modern-day slave labor to produce products and services for profit. Every corporate-run prison must achieve a certain occupancy rate in order to remain profitable. After all, a half-empty prison isn’t profitable to run, so the prisons need more criminals to stay in business.
The easiest way to ensure a high occupancy rate is to make sure that the prison itself functions as a training ground for criminals, guaranteeing “repeat business” that puts released prisoners on a return trajectory.
#4) The Education System is designed to fail
The very last thing a dictatorial society wants is a well-educated population that might achieve a high enough grasp on mathematics, history and sociology to recognize all the scams taking place around them.
If the U.S. education system taught children mathematics, no one would buy into all the rampant debt spending taking place in Washington (nor the money creation schemes of the Fed).
If the U.S. education system taught children history, no one would allow executive tyrants in Washington to destroy the Constitution and concentrate power into the hands of the few.
If the U.S. education system taught children how to think for themselves, they might begin to question the corruption and criminality of government itself, and they might vote the crooks out of office (or even stage a revolt).
As comedian George Carlin famously noted, the U.S. education system is really designed to produce only one thing: obedient workers… people who are just smart enough to run the machines and push the buttons as fast food cashiers, but who aren’t bright enough to realize how they’re being royally exploited, screwed and enslaved by the system.
#5) Conventional Agriculture is will inevitably lead to mass starvation
The conventional agriculture system of mass mono-cropping based on chemical pesticides and insecticides is engineered from the start to lead to widespread crop failures and mass starvation.
The system, by its very nature, destroys top soils and kills soil microbes, making sustainable food production impossible in the long term. The use of fossil water supplies is mathematically unsustainable and will lead to Dust Bowl conditions across much of Texas, Oklahoma and the entire U.S. breadbasket.
The clear-cutting of trees along coastal areas to make way for ranching and food production causes a loss of “transpiration” of water, resulting in inland droughts and crop failures that only worsen topsoil erosion.
The very practice of monoculture — planting the same crop in row after row with zero crop diversity — is steeped in practices of mass poisoning with glyphosate, pesticides, herbicides and chemical soil amendments. All of these techniques are unsustainable in the long term and are effectively little more than an “open pit mining operating” of agricultural lands which will eventually produce no food at all.
On top of all this, the entire system of conventional agriculture is based on the massive use of petrochemical inputs in the form of machinery fuels, transportation fuels and chemically-derived fertilizers. Once the global supply of oil begins to dwindle, conventional agriculture as practiced today will inevitably collapse.
What’s a better alternative? Permaculture. Decentralized, non-chemical food production. Click here to learn about permaculture from Geoff Lawton.
#6) The Tax System is designed to fail
The fool believes that the federal income tax is needed to raise money to fund government. This is a proven myth, as the government can simply create trillions of dollars instantly, any time it wants to bail out wealthy banks. The entire income tax could be eliminated overnight and replaced with a once-a-year money creation effort that funds the entire government.
The real purpose of the federal tax code is to control and suppress the population, making sure that middle class people never have the ability to rise up and challenge the ultra-wealthy. That’s why income tax exceptions are always granted to the ultra-wealthy and the companies they own. You did know that Apple, Google, Microsoft and other corporate giants pay virtually zero taxes, didn’t you?
Taxes are designed to make sure the middle class gets punished with paying 20% – 50% taxes while the ultra-wealthy — by using legal offshore tax loopholes and complex maneuvers — often pay just 3% or so.
It’s much easier to maintain your position at the top of the money pyramid if you can enforce a punitive tax policy against the not-so-wealthy. Always remember that taxes are structured by design to punish the working poor and the middle class while protecting the money positions of the ultra-wealthy.