Common Sense —
A mode of thought, as opposed to conservative or liberal thinking, in which, fact, direct experience and rational understanding of a situation predominates over ideology and label-thinking. Common Sense is non-ideological thinking.
EXAMPLE OF COMMON SENSE THINKING: “It is my experience that when I touch a boiling pot of water I get burned; therefore I will not touch a boiling pot of water.”
Conservative, Conservatism —
1. A disposition through which the majority of the ruling class agenda is traditionally and directly disseminated and implemented among the masses. Conservatism is usually characterized by its stinginess toward public investment, and promotes moral degeneracy, frequently of specific groups, as the cause of bad governance or social decay.
2. An individual or a principle of the conservative disposition.
3. Thinking guided by conservative principles, often involving blame for the Liberal Party or another group.
EXAMPLE OF CONSERVATIVE THINKING: “It is my experience that when I touch a boiling pot of water I get burned; therefore it is the [Liberals’ and/or hated-group-of-the-day’s] fault”.
The controlling unit within the individual that allows the ruling class, via its Establishment, to guide that individual into supporting, knowingly and unknowingly, the ruling class agenda. The colonized ego sees a different universe than actually exists courtesy of the Establishment.
1. A constructed facade of reality imposed by the ruling class on society which replaces “true” reality itself. The Establishment accommodates ruling class policies and desires, as opposed to uncooperative true reality. It transforms stupidity into acceptable thought reminiscent of Orwell’s doublethink.
2. An individual, institution, idea or thing that conforms to the ruling class agenda is Establishment in character.
ESTABLISHMENT CHARACTERISTICS: mainstream, conventional, conformist, normal, pop, respectable, conventional wisdom, ect….
Great Institution, The —
The Ruling Class Preservation Society’s affectionate epithet for the ruling class.
Great Spirit —
See Ruling Class Spirit below.
The individual is the most fundamental unit in society. They make up the ranks of both the ruling class and the masses. For purposes of social management it is vital to keep the individual as isolated from their comrades as much as possible. Surrounded by thousands or millions with similar social interests, it is imperative that the individual of the masses always be discouraged from forming a natural grouping of solidarity with their peers against ruling class interests.
A word or phrase filled with meanings and assumptions, the function of which is to direct the thought and actions of the individual to favor the ruling class agenda. Labels are dispensed through the Establishment and latch onto the individual’s conditioned ego and take it over. The weaker and more insecure the ego, the easier it is to colonized, and the more dominance the Establishment label over that individual.
Liberal, Liberalism —
1. A disposition preferring more government largess toward the masses compared to the Conservative. The Liberal represents the traditional opposition to ruling class excess while simultaneously, and unconsciously in the case of the masses, supporting ruling class transgressions. The Liberal’s push for a “better” society is always contained within the confines of the reigning ruling class paradigm. When the Conservative cannot disseminate the ruling class agenda, it is done through the Liberal.
The Liberal Party is only as Liberal as their base pushes them to be, otherwise it reverts back to what it is: the left arm of the ruling class.
2. An individual or a principle of the liberal disposition.
3. Thinking guided by liberal principles, often involving blame for the Conservative Party or other right-wing groups.
EXAMPLE OF LIBERAL THINKING: “It is my experience that when I touch a boiling pot of water I get burned, and that’s unjust; therefore it is the [Conservatives’ and/or hated-right-wing group’s] fault”.
The rest of society not constituting the ruling class, nor sharing in their privilege. No one can escape the major influence of the ruling class on their lives, actions or thinking. Including the “rebels” of society. They are all the masses.
A member of the ruling class, who actively shapes or influences policies and thinking affecting society.
Realist, Ruling Class —
One who acknowledges the importance of the ruling class institution as the basis and main factor in social development. The realist understands that every established convention has the tacit approval of the ruling class, or is something popular that has been manipulated. The realist recognizes the hand of the ruling class in all things without committing the error of thinking that a centralized command center or a round table cabal of billionaires runs everything. But the realist also recognizes that the pyramid narrows at the top . . .
Ruling Class —
1. A small group of individuals who enjoy an excess of social power, wealth and privilege compared to the rest of society (the masses).
2. The main beneficiary group of social disparity. The RCPS is not interested in where the precise dividing line is between masses and ruling class.
3. The institution formed by such individuals throughout history, who’s interests or influence is never taken into account by its own members or the masses.
Ruling Class Interests —
Comes in two forms:
Superficial Ruling Class Interests — Those personal interests of individual ruling class minions and organizations. Usually characterized by short-term gains of power and material wealth without regard for society or the long-term health of the ruling class as an institution.
Institutional Ruling Class Interests — Those interests of the ruling class as an institution and its society, and not of a personal nature. Such interests may be incompatible with superficial ruling class interests. EXAMPLE: human-influenced global warming.
Ruling Class Preservation Society (RCPS) —
A group of Ruling Class minions dedicated to preserving the ruling class status quo. Premised on the idea that a healthy and stable ruling class society can only exist when its masses push back against its excesses, thereby forcing the ruling class to restabilize itself.
This interplay of ruling class and its masses is best demonstrated by the history the New Deal, as well as the ending of Jim Crow.
See The Ruling Class Preservation Society Page for more.
Ruling Class Spirit (Spirit of the Ruling Class) —
The ruling class spirit is the specific form of domination taken by the driving force of social disparity. The ruling class spirit is (wittingly or not) summoned up by the coming together of the interests of social disparity in a common agenda to maintain and expand that disparity. Ruling class spirit gives the logic to ruling class thinking, policies and actions. Always backed by muscle.
The ruling class spirit of medieval society was religious in nature, while capitalism is the spirit that reigns today.
- An aggregation of individuals forming a unit which shares, more or less, the same customs, heritage and thought patterns (which we call “cohesives”). It an organism composed of individuals.
- The foundations upon which the ruling class depends for its survival, power and privilege.
Ruling class society is a society containing a ruling class and, by implication, its masses. Society’s “natural” cohesives, which emanate from the natural evolution of that society are replaced with the ruling class Establishment which conforms to that ruling class agenda.
Supreme Executive, The —
The Ruling Class Preservation Society dubs the guiding spirit of today’s representative capitalism the Supreme Executive — in honor, of course, of the well-known corporate executive of today. He is the reigning spirit, logic and zeitgeist of the ruling class. The SE is recognized as something of a god who needs the help of his subjects to keep him viable while he and his minions exploit and abuse them. (For more see The Supreme Executive: God of Gods)