They have deliberately plunged us headlong into what will certainly be the worst economic and financial crisis in a century (one that will very likely end in some sort of collapse).
Against this backdrop, I come across an advertisement on You Tube. The ad is for something called Master Class - online courses offering a range of subjects taught by supposed experts in their fields.
The one below features Paul Krugman teaching - wait for it - economics and society.
A single choice quote from the esteemed Nobel Laureate reveals everything:
"The crisis of 2008 wasn't as bad as the Great Depression. And if you ask why, well, it's because we learned something."
The bad thing is, we will now be forced to live through all the learning Krugman et al. did more than a decade ago because, like it or not, we're all enrolled in the course.
Krugman et al. are forbidden from learning from experience. That's the price one pays for serving evil.
We, on the other hand, can and must learn from experience.
Like it or not, it's a part of our individual and collective spiritual destinies.
Learn from experience and you'll have the chance to return the rub in the most meaningful way possible.