Wisdom of the Anointed:
1. Elites find a problem or one presents itself.
2. Elites create The Plan to solve said problem.
3. Elites tell everyone to follow The Plan.
4. The Plan fails because the Elites think they know better than the Crowds (which they don't).
5. Elites complain the Crowds are too stupid to follow The Plan, so they re-introduce The Plan.
6. And repeat.
The above list includes anything the Elites want to "solve".
Take, for example, the obesity epidemic. We are told too many people are getting fat. So, the Elites tell everyone to cut down on saturated fat and eat more grains, carbs, etc. Only problem is, carbohydrates get turned into sugar in your body*, and that sugar then gets stored as fat. So, you get fat. But, the Elites claim that you're not following The Plan - even if you are - and the reason why you're not following The Plan is because you're too stooopid! So, they rehash the same Plan in a different way, with a different coloured chart to dazzle your mind. And repeat.
And by the way, there isn't an obesity epidemic. The reason why we have too many obese people is because the Elites use Body Mass Index (BMI) to determine who is obese. If you're BMI is too high, you're obese. Problem is, the BMI can't differentiate between weight from fat and weight from muscle. You can be a slim, fit man with bulging muscles and still be considered obese because the BMI will say you're too heavy. Er, yeah! Heavy from MUSCLE! And thus, a fake epidemic is borne.
See, where I'm going with this.....?
*Since carbs get turned into sugar in your body, eating too many carbs causes your blood-sugar to soar, causing your insulin levels to rise and then when your insulin gets blown, you become a diabetic. So the very diet you're told to go on to lose fat will not only make you gain fat, but will also put you at risk of getting diabetes.
And below is a print-screen of a little convo I had with someone online. The Wisdom of the Anointed Complex was strong with Camper Van Beethoven. Wisdom of the Anointed in action, folks. To better read the texts, right-click in the image and select "open image in new tab".