The following is taken from Dr. Henry Makow’s website. (link at the bottom) I have abbreviated it.
By Henry Makow Ph.D. May 19, 2012
Most people are happy slaves. As long as their feed trough is full, they don’t care that mankind is satanically possessed; that the world has been colonized by a satanic cult, the Illuminati (Cabalist Jews and Freemasons) who want us to defy the inherent order of the universe, i.e. obey Lucifer instead of God.
They don’t care that the media/education is inducting humanity into this cult by promoting its depravity.
They don’t care if occult monuments and symbols are everywhere, or that politicians make signs of Baphomet (Devil) and exchange secret handshakes.
They don’t care that on 9-11, the government murdered 3000 people, and the mass media were active collaborators.
Or that schools are grooming their children to be homosexuals or that judges are deliberately awarding children to pedophiles.
They respond with disbelief and are deaf to the pleas from “truthers.”
They are happy slaves.
Ultimately, it’s a case of “I’m doing alright Jack.”
They have a stake in the “system” and are willing to accept its lies if that is what it takes to be “successful.”
A tiny minority do understand. Their ranks are divided between people who are stable and others who are marginal either psychologically or financially.
They are the unhappy slaves.
We are entering a new phase when there will be many more “unhappy slaves” because “all kinds of benefits” are being withdrawn.
Just as the moneylenders loaded up the Ukrainian farmer with vodka and debt, only to eventually own his crop and his farm, the same thing is happening to whole countries.
Their populations have been inebriated with a facade of “human rights and democracy” along with a supply of toys, drugs, violence, sports and porn.
Cushy jobs and social benefits also ensured complicity and allowed the Illuminati to place their agents in power.
But now the “debt” must be paid. This is happening in Greece, Italy, Spain and Ireland. In Quebec, students are revolting in the streets against tuition increases. French voters are against “austerity” but the politicians are all the same.
Unless we are able to change the banking system, the moneylenders will not be denied.
My original source for the above: http://www.thetruthseeker.co.uk/?p=49108