Succeeding Let's Make A Movie.
Some of them have figured out that we are using rigged securities markets to manipulate planet business. We need to show that only bad, violent people dislike our securities markets. We can't just show violence happening to us--we need to equate violence against our securities markets with violence against them. So, Cain and his violence-mob will hurt other ordinary poor people along their way. They will terrorize ordinary characters alongside characters who look like us, so that people start to equate the two.
We want them to think that if they tried to take our stuff, someone would take their stuff, too. This "Robin Hood" thing they still sometimes get the jist of is damaging, so we need to make sure they don't think someone would "steal from the rich and give to the poor." Instead, Cain will steal from the rich and steal from the poor, and hurt the rich and the poor equally. No, not even equally--there are more of them than there are of us, a lot more, so Cain will end up hurting a lot more of them. We'll completely reverse that "Robin Hood" thing. That will make most of them protect us even if someone tries to come after just us.
Obviously, they need to think that even if they somehow won, which they couldn't, they would crumble. The only way we keep this thing going and justify all of our stuff is by making them think that they couldn't live without us. We don't want to do work; we want them to do all the work. But they keep noticing that they are working while we are not. We even tried to come up with "head work" that involves telling them what to do, and we acted like this work was harder and more important than what they did. Some of them are still upset about it, though. They notice that we are not doing actual work. We need to make them see that our wise guidance, and not their work, is what keeps them alive.
So, in our movie, we need to provide a vision of what things would be like if Cain and his stupid mob of ordinary people, "won." Cain won't win the whole story, of course, but we can let it seem like he won for a little while, just to show the people what it would be like if he did win. We'll make it look very bad. Not just to make them avoid people like Cain, but to teach them how much they need our oversight to survive.
Food and water are important to people. They gather and clean and grow and raise and make all of it, and we take the best stuff for ourselves, and all the profits. Some of them don't like that. But, they know that they need food and water to survive. So, we'll show that as soon as Cain takes over for a little while, everyone is surviving on packaged food and water that is running out fast. We won't come right out and say it, but they will understand that if they ever followed someone who didn't like securities markets or didn't like the rich, pretty soon they would run out of food and water and starve. They need to think that they need bosses to survive, or else we will have to start working too.
Things also need to get dirty in our movie, of course, because without us there to tell them to pick up trash and clean streets and stuff, they would forget to do all that, and then it would be dirty.
Many of them still think that they are safe from us because some of them get trials when we want to formally show that they've misbehaved. A lot of them have realized that those aren't what they think of as "fair," so we'll scare them by making it seem like it would be even worse if we weren't there. When it looks like "Cain" has won, we'll show that there are no more fair trials. Instead, people will be declared guilty just because one of Cain's followers decided so. They will not have neat, quiet courtrooms like us, but dirty, loud ones, which will make it seem scarier and different.
Controlling energy is pretty obviously vital, as our fathers and their fathers before us have always passed down. People keep coming up with clever new ways to produce energy, and some of them are even cheap and don't require us. We've protected most of the technology and controlled most of the necessary materials to limit their access, but there always remains the threat that they'll come up with something new. Our movie needs to show them that those things are dangerous.
So, Cain will find some kind of "alternative energy" thing and make it into a weapon that scares them. This helps them see that looking for different kinds of energy on their own is just a trick that would kill them. And of course, people with swarthy backgrounds getting their filthy hands on weapons is bad, because they might use them to get rid of us. We'll have Cain do just that with the awful alternative energy.
When redundant people die on the street, it can make us look bad. Let's use our movie to blame it on Cain. We'll imply that "homeless" people die, it's because they are apart of an underground conspiracy against our securities markets. They died because they abandoned a chance at a productive life in order to go live out of our sight and join Cain's army of lazy people. This will help people realize that they should avoid and blame and ignore homeless people, and leave it to our special giving shelters to handle them. People will inevitably have some "compassion" for the homeless, but they must never come to see the things we do as responsible for the problem. They need to blame people like Cain instead.
Explosions, car chases, and traditional plots are good, but it's expensive to make movies, so we can't do this all day. They'll always have old stuff to fill in the time before we give them something new, but in the meantime, we need live entertainment. When news gets too cerebral for them, sports fill the void. As you know, it's the cheapest live show to put on, the easiest to understand, and it makes lots of them pay more than they would for recorded entertainment, so the profit margin is even higher.
A lot of people have begun to draw comparisons between us and the Roman elite, by looking at things like worthless people without homes or jobs, and comparing them side-by-side to our stadiums, which they sometimes unfairly call "extravagant" and "wasteful." Sometimes they even look at the numbers and say that it is awful how we have these things built and how almost everyone likes them. This is bad, because people need to feel an association with their designated living areas, and teams who "come from" a certain city help them feel pride even when they have nothing else, really, to be proud about. We need them to feel pride in that stuff or else they might feel it in themselves and their neighbors and not like what we do to them. This pride must be renewed. They must not listen to people who try to distract them from their teams.
To associate these kinds of comparisons with "bad," we will show that Cain is against professional sports. The most popular is often football, so we'll use that. We'll script a scene in our movie where movie-watchers can see a bunch of ordinary people, people just like them, who are trying to distract themselves from school or jail or work using a football game. These ordinary, everyday people will then be assaulted by Cain, who will interrupt their nice game and ruin their nice stadium. This will show how Cain is against ordinary people and help them see that people who don't like our circuses are actually against the whole world and against the interests of ordinary people.
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This could go on, but what movie did we just write? And what other tidbits did we leave out?