The grip is tight—wealth and power clenched in the hands of a few. They’re the puppet masters, the shadow figures pulling strings that dance the world to their tune. This isn’t a tale of fiction, nor is it cloaked in mystery; it’s the blunt truth of our times, laid bare for those with eyes willing to see.
Education, hailed as the beacon of hope, has been twisted into a factory line, churning out not thinkers or rebels but a workforce trained to obey. Schools aren’t cradles of democracy or innovation; they’re corrals where curiosity is dulled, and dissent is stifled. The goal? Produce a legion of workers too distracted by the grind to question why their sweat enriches those at the top.
Politics—a theater where the illusion of choice is a carefully crafted script. Democracy, we’re told, is our power, but the ballot box is a mirage. The real power lies with those who own the gold, the land, and the media. Elections? A distraction, a bone thrown to keep the masses placated, believing their voice matters when decisions are made in boardrooms and private clubs.
The economy, a rigged game where the house always wins. Workers toil longer for less, pensions vanish, and safety nets are shredded, all while the rich fill their coffers to bursting. The message is clear: wealth for the few, crumbs for the many. And if the masses complain? They’re sold the dream that hard work equals success, a myth as hollow as the promises of politicians.