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William E Justin
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Ethan Vulerummer dressed to leave his suite atop the massive V Corp building which served as both his per-sonal residence and the headquarters of his vast media empire. Among people in the know it was often referredto as “the lion’s den” because of his position as chairman of the,
The Seven Lion’s of Private Control.
This shad-owy organization at the center of world Fascism held many of their meetings right there.He got dressed and put on a cap and glasses to mask his appearance some. It was four in the morning and thechances now of being recognized were very slim. He moved several rooms over into a modest reception areaand tapped a command into his
Deep Water Communicator.
The elevator door opened as he sent out a secondcommand that alerted his personal security crew he would be going to walk a few blocks over to
The Beast Bar—
the place he slipped off to a once or twice a year, where classic Lion-fighting matches were always on the bigscreen this time of the morning. His access to old video was fully endowed of course, but he liked sitting withgood, ordinary Fascist fans of the sport. These people weren’t the sharpest tools in the shed but were at least sincere in their desire to contribute to
.This term came from the writings of Karl Darwin Hitler, the Austrian philosopher, scholar and researcherfrom the previous century. Vulerummer began to read Hitler as a teenager when he discovered the man was theinspiration for his own hero Lord Rashling. Hitler was noted for his thoughts that the movement toward Democ-racy that had enveloped his own time, was against nature. It thwarted or at least interfered with, the reliableand longstanding method in the animal kingdom to form male-dominated families and clans for the purpose of controlling local habitats. In an environment where “survival of the fittest” ruled, Democracy allowed lessermen—and women—a basic equal status that could legally set a boy against his father and an idiot against an ex-perienced or wise man. Hitler saw no use for Democracy.His critics argued that Mankind had obtained victory over the lower animal forms for as long as anyone couldremember. Man
“the fittest” and he had no business imitating the lower animal forms. He possessed a supe-rior mind and some would say, a soul. Through the human mind, Man could easily control his environment andbring the world into the desirable state of harmonious enrichment for all. Having a basic equal status with otheradults would allow for a rising up above petty criminality and competition. Karl Darwin Hitler thought Democ-racy was farfetched and a passing fad. He predicted that cracking open the rigid caste system that had propelledMankind to the forefront of the animal world would only lead to something he named Socialism—a conditionthat would breed indolence as each of “the equal” sought to take “the big part of the stick” and leave their fel-lows with the bulk of the heavy lifting. He foresaw the forming of worker’s unions and profit-sharing plans that would compete directly against the elite for privilege and wealth that would rob the great activators of
group will —
whom would naturally become less interested in providing the big ideas and tough decisions for the group tofollow.What had transpired in reality turned out to be a blending of Fascism and Socialism; a Democracy that wasphantasmagoric—real in the sense that votes were generally tallied as marked by the voters; unreal in the sensethat people were “branded” and herded into stalls like cattle—mainly through media. Average were citizens sub-tly coerced into obeying
as it was designated by leaders with clever sycophants who became forecast-ers of Democratic trends while developing a keen insight into human behavior. Hitler would’ve looked at all of this and shrugged and pointed out the unmistakable truth that this is what happens when the rigid caste system