The Power of Chaos: How Soros and other service nomads thrive in turmoil

The orchestrated chaos unfolds through skillful manipulation of psychology, finance, and security. It thrives in the realm of modern gulags, encompassing the fluidity of today’s financial systems and the mastery of narrative control in the vast cyberspace.

| Updated: 25 July, 2023 10:55 pm IST

In the shadows of the world’s most advanced, economically successful, and burgeoning powerhouse nations, a sinister plot is unfolding. There is a deliberate attempt to attack at the core of the Western institutions and emerging economies like India through the insidious tactic of destabilization through alien ideologies like Islam and Wokeism.

Millions of illegal immigrants force-fed into West European nations, resulting in waves of Muslim immigrants causing social upheaval. USA faces institutionalization of woke rules, leading to societal collapse. Europe witnesses woke infiltration, while right-wing governments despite histrionics allow unchecked immigration. India’s curious silence on illegal immigrants and widespread access raise questions. Unlike the West, India gains no labor benefits from importing migrants, having a massive labor base already in place.

Presently, the only countries that seem to have taken a robust stance against this kind of an orchestrated destabilization are China and Russia; them being villainised about Ukraine or Taiwan only reinforces the zeitgeist.

The orchestrated chaos unfolds through skillful manipulation of psychology, finance, and security. It thrives in the realm of modern gulags, encompassing the fluidity of today’s financial systems and the mastery of narrative control in the vast cyberspace. Lockdowns act as physical jails, while social media bans, cancel culture, and woke HR policies enforce control. The digitization of finance enables easy cutoff of access to funds, as seen in Russia, with sanctions being the US’s tool. Additionally, force is privatized, with private armies like Black Water and Wagner gaining preference. The US leads by encouraging transgender battalions, offering services like voice feminization and reassignment surgery, showcasing the extent of control exerted in various domains.

Amidst the shadows of conspiracy, the question echoes: who truly benefits from this orchestrated chaos? Enter the service nomads. While theories point fingers at the Illuminati, powerful Jewish families, and other secretive groups, this essay ventures beyond the surface to unravel the intriguing concept of global nomads, as described by Yuri Slezkine.

These enigmatic beneficiaries defy categorization by religion, ethnicity, or nation. They operate discreetly, lacking a common meeting place or team name. Instead, they share distinct characteristics, transcending boundaries—be it a Jew, an Arab, a Greek, or a Parsee. These traits, honed over centuries, have evolved with the ebb and flow of human societies, from agriculture to industry and beyond. Their influence, veiled in mystery, awaits discovery.

Throughout history, settled societies deemed certain tasks impure, unclean, or forbidden. These were entrusted to the ‘outsiders,’ the nomads. Whether butchers, gravediggers, moneylenders, or prostitutes, they were ethnically distinct, spoke different languages, worshipped different gods, and adhered to unique customs and rituals.

As settled societies thrived and expanded, so did the range of ‘outside’ opportunities. From shoemaking and hunting to entertainment, begging, and animal training, nomads took on diverse roles. While settled communities focused on their lands and livestock, outsiders recognized the true asset: the human beings who comprised the settled population. This symbiotic relationship shaped civilizations and left an indelible mark on the course of human history.

These borderless service nomads became extremely consequential with time. When the different ‘trades’ acquired importance they were among the first capitalists of the world; when colonialism intruded violently, the nomads were among the first ones to explore the previously unexplored commercial interest avenues under mercantile capitalism, like shipping and international banking.

By the time colonialism took complete control of the world, these nomads could be found all around – in Africa, Europe and Asia – the notable ones being Jews, Assyrians, Armenians, Parsees, Sheikh Mohammadis etc. They were the first globalized citizens (even before globalization happened). During the height of British and French Colonialism, they liquefied further: hundreds of thousands of Hans followed the colonisers to SE Asia, thousands of Gujaratis moved to East Africa, the Lebanese moved to West Africa, and Syrians to the Caribbean. The Greeks built their maritime prowess, and the Parsees (with English blessings) were among the first ones to harness commercially, the behemoth that was India. We all know about the Jews of Europe; so I am leaving it out.

The longevity of service nomads can be attributed to their unique characteristics that set them apart from others. Historically, they remained silent and distant from societal politics, maintaining ethnic and cultural differences. Their refusal to conform to societal norms, coupled with their specialized skills and immense economic power, has sustained their influence despite being a minority. Operating through closed networks and nepotism, their organizations have endured over centuries, even influencing presidents and prime ministers.

With the rise of asset management giants like Vanguard and Fidelity, the traditional practices of service nomads have evolved into modern forms. Controlling trillions of dollars and accessing key sectors, they wield significant political sway globally.

As human societies shifted from reliance on land and livestock to human labor and consumption, the power of service nomads grew. Their primary asset became people and settled societies, which they now control. When nationalist movements threaten their control, they seek to dilute endogamous nature through demographic changes, triggering global chaos as a means to their end. Civil unrest can be managed through private armies and modern gulags, making it inconsequential to their larger objectives.

For individuals like George Soros, advancing their goals remains paramount, even if it means disrupting societies and creating chaos.

Arindam Mukherjee is a geopolitical analyst and the author of JourneyDog Tales, The Puppeteer, and A Matter of Greed.

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