Are we governed by a philosophy of rule that goes unperceived and unspoken? Is there a hidden technology of rule?

I say, yes. Moreover, I contend that the real rules of rule are unutterable and that one of those rules itself (Rule 12) dictates that they be forever unutterable.

Rule 12 says, “None of this can show.”

Woodrow Wilson wrote in 1913 that powerful men know that there is another power somewhere “so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive, that they had better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it.” This is an exceptional utterance for a US president, whose primary duty it is to honor Rule 12. The “power” he refers to I call the orthocracy.

Although no well organized orthocracy allows the rules of rule be made explicit, one can infer the outlines of a ruling system behind the veil. One can make such inferences from direct experience (sometimes painful), from direct observation, from meditation on the daily news, or even from introspection, because, like it or not, you are the system.

Above all, in order to know the ruling system, one relies upon inference, or deduction. The layman – if he can free himself from political prejudice, which is a big if in a system that promotes tenacious belief – may look above, like the astronomer, and observe a firmament of ruling actions day to day. From this body of observation, he may proceed to deduce a pattern of rule consistent with observed behavior. Although there could be other coordinating analogies, I have attempted here to express that pattern in terms of rules. What are the Rules of Rule? There are many imaginable literary ways to go at this subject. I have chosen to create a personification of the orthocracy and to set him talking upon his hallowed Rules.

In this inquiry, the layman has the edge. Any formal academic education in the social sciences may only be an impediment to insight. You will find none of this information in the illusory world of Poly-Sci 101.

Orthocracy Speaks is about the what of the system, not the who of it. (That has been done well by May Brussels, David Emory, Gary Allen, Jim Marrs, David Ikes, Alex Jones, and many others; thank you, all.) When a proper name appears here it is symbolic or iconic.

If you think conspiratorially, you may want to identify the ruling system with the Illuminati. If you think progressively, you may want to identify the ruling system with a wealthy elite. This book, however, views the system as something far more pervasive.

In my analysis I count thirteen rules of rule. Do they ring a bell? The 13 rules are stated below and they are reiterated throughout the main text in a running foot.

On consideration, you may posit more, or maybe fewer rules, or you may imagine an entirely different way to analyze the system. The field is wide open. It is a vast, unexplored territory, and there are many analytical ways to travel in it. I offer some suggestive evidence to support my analysis. You may think of some even more telling manifestations of the ruling system in action. Once one launches into such an inquiry, supporting evidence seems to be everywhere and inexhaustible.

Here are the thirteen rules, as channeled to me by Orthocracy himself:

The 13 Rules of Rule
1. Keep them weak.
2. Keep them dumb.
3. Keep them scared.
4. Control all resources.
5. Divide and conquer.
6. Control their rhythm and pace.
7. Control their chemistry.
8. Control their sex.
9. Jack them around.
10. Use coercion routinely, brute force when necessary.
11. Use deception routinely, the Big Lie when necessary.
12. None of this can show.
13. This is the system; there shall be no other.


We speak of the ruling system or the system, but the word system is vague. Merriam’s 3rd lists thirteen definitions. I offer instead orthocracy, meaning, from the Greek, straight-rule. Think of the colloquial connotations of straight (orthodox, uptight). You won’t find this neologism in Merriam’s or Wikapedia, but orthocracy is not absolutely my own coinage; I heard it “in the streets” a few times back in the 1970’s, when it may have had some currency.

If you google “orthocracy,” and you will be sent to a 1915 tract called The Orthocratic State. That must be a publisher’s title, because the term is never defined, nor does it ever appear in the text.

As to the historical genesis of the orthocracy, I do not know, but you are welcome to speculate. Is it solely the work of man? Was it created by historical happenstance? Or did it descend by some agency from Jupiter or Mars? I do not know. The orthocracy does seem so alien. Perhaps the orthocracy came straight from Hell. Perhaps this hellish system is a necessary condition of human existence on this earthly plane, which may have a purgatorial purpose.

You might say that this book is Orthocracy’s confession, although he shows no contrition whatsoever. What you make of the esoteric knowledge channeled herein is up to you. Some may make this guide a premise for anarchy or a manifesto for social revolution.

The shrewd may make of it a manual for success.

When I was a clueless college sophomore (at Colgate University in 1957) a half-dozen juniors, poly-sci majors, left campus for a semester as a special study group to Washington, DC. Included were friends Wally and Bill, who, upon their return to campus, reported to fellow students (but probably not to their professors) the esoteric fundamental they had learned down in the nation’s capitol, which was, “all of Washington runs on the sleaze.” This word gained a certain traction in the campus vocabulary, where also current were snow, as in “snow job,” and smooth, meaning slick but tweedy.

Wally and Bill had discovered Rules 11 and 12, and maybe a few more. They were not only amused but thrilled with their new knowledge. What could be accomplished out in the real world via the sleaze?

Bill announced that he was going to sleaze his way into the presidency of our fraternity, was next seen glad-handing brothers in the dining hall, promising god-knows-what, and he won. Then Wally and Bill announced that they were going to sleaze their way into law school. This would be accomplished smoothly by snowing certain key professors in order to secure glowing recommendations. Thus Wally sleazed his way into Harvard Law, Bill into Yale. I’m sure both have had illustrious careers in the orthocracy. The alumni news has Wally yachting in the Bahamas. Knowledge is power.

My own direct experience in the orthocracy — simplified and defined strictly institutionally — includes nine years of Public School, three of Prep, four years drinking my way through the aforementioned College, plus two of Grad School (NYU). This was followed by a dozen years of Corporation. No Military (It would have been a disaster.) Also about a score of years cumulatively in one or another Marriage of varying degrees of orthocratic intensity.
I never felt adequately “adjusted” in any of these orthocratic institutions. My participation in them always had a compulsory feel.

My direct experience with the institution of Prison, an orthocratic archetype about which I’ve always been curious, includes only a week or two, cumulatively, for one or another civil-disobedience protest (including two years on federal Probation for one of those actions), but my limited prison experience was very revealing.

That’s my official orthocratic experience. You?

I retired myself from the direct, continuous grip of orthocratic institutions at age 35. This disengagement was no less than a rebirth, and one dividend was a refreshed perspective on the system. The ideas in this book have been stirring in me for many years since. I write this, finally, in my seventies.

“Retired at 35,” I boast. But one can never fully retire from the ubiquitous grip of the orthocracy, not on this earthly plane. Even to fight the system, one seems inevitably to embrace it. But one can lose enthusiasm for the orthocracy, and one can choose deliberately not to honor it and to free oneself from its programs. This is a sensitive and vulnerable position considering the subtle intrusive powers of a well developed orthocracy determined to take over one’s very being and able to sneak into one’s life under many seductive disguises.

If you are not assiduously true to the anarchist struggling to breathe within you, the orthocracy will digest you.

We elders speak of the old days when “things were better.” This is not a senile delusion. We are just appreciating orthocracy’s progress over the decades.

This book is one writer’s attempt to give a voice to the unspeakable philosophy of the ruling system. If Orthocracy could speak, he might speak like this:

Orthocracy Speaks

1. Roll over, Machiavelli

Please allow me to introduce myself. You have no name for me, so I must name myself. I am “The Orthocracy.” You have in your language no name for me because I do not let you see me. I rule by a set of rules that cannot be spoken, for, not only is it taboo to voice them, but they are too revolting, too embarrassing for your delicate human sensibilities to bear.
As you see, one of my rules, Rule 12, absolutely prohibits any acknowledgment that such a set of rules even exists. You are, of course, aware that a system of laws, a legal system, exists, but by no means does this system define me, the orthocracy.

So why today, after centuries of diligent silence, do I break the hallowed Rule 12 and allow this confession?

I am old. I am weary. I am bored. And I am smug. This confession is just a little experiment for my own amusement. And where is the risk? If the emperor took off all of his clothes, do you think anyone would notice?

I know the human sensibility well enough to predict how disgusting some of you humans will find these revelations, how your refined sensibilities will evade them and deny them, and how you will want to shoot any messenger who brings you this news.

I do appreciate that knowledge of the secret rules of my orthocracy could, if taken seriously, feed humanity’s spirit in survival, in revolution, and in transcendence. But it’s my bet that the reader will use such knowledge intelligently and make of this book a how-to manual for worldly orthocratic success. Of course, a cynical consciousness of how the world really works gives one an advantage over the naive.

So what is the risk of this confession? Would any respectable book publisher dare to allow the propagation of these truths? Of course not. To do so would violate any publishing corporation’s proper orthocratic mission. That is why I have made arrangements with George Trinkaus, a humble independent publisher, to be my channel, my author, my voice, my Editor.

Editor George: Thank you for that recognition, oh powerful one. May I ask, in compensation for my thankless labors, that I have the privilege of making an occasional inter-locution?

Granted. But please keep your editorial remarks brief and in italics.

Thank you. I am glad we are finally getting on with this. Your voice has been haunting me for thirty-five years.

Continuing, then, with my exposition:
What you, my subjects, call politics could be defined as humanity’s debate on how to rule. But, even in the narrow ethos of the politicized, the rules of rule cannot be openly discussed, for that would offend the prevailing etiquette, which has been nicely engineered by me. Such candor would be considered impolite, un-politic. This is just one of my many entertaining ironies. Under correct orthocratic conditions, any discourse that could reveal the truth of rule becomes impossible.

The 13 Rules: 1. Keep them weak. 2. Keep them dumb, 3. Keep them scared. 4. Control all their resources. 5. Divide and conquer 6. Control their rhythm and pace. 7. Control their chemistry. 8. Control their sex. 9. Jack them around. 10. Use coercion routinely, brute force when necessary. 11. Use deception routinely, the Big Lie when necessary. 12. None of this can show. 13. This is The System, there shall be no other.

The few of you who do attempt some political discourse amuse me with your evasions and circumlocutions. For example, your various isms, this insulting nebulous naming of me: capitalism, socialism, communism, fascism… And your democracy, ridiculous. Haven’t you noticed that however you vote, you always elect me? You pretend that these categories can explain all and that they refer to distinct and competing systems of rule. But in practice all your different isms share the same underlying unutterable rules of rule. Thus your societies function about the same under one ism as under another, that is, under my thumb.

You say some societies are more totalitarian, authoritarian, etc. What you call authoritarianism is just orthocracy taken very seriously. Paternalism, ditto. (But I will allow that orthocracy is paternal. I am your father.) What you call imperialism is orthocracy on the march. What you call fascism is just me, the orthocracy, in high gear.

That is also a good definition of war. War is just me, the orthocracy, in high gear. The rules of rule are the rules of warfare, low-intensity or flat-out. War is orthocracy in celebration.

So war is systemic, and Orthocracy will never give peace a chance?

Indeed, Editor George. “Peace?” I would have difficulty defining that term. It has no place in my system. Please understand that, in order to enforce the orthocratic order, from time to time the extremes of Rule 10 must be activated, and, simultaneously, all of the other rules get cranked up to the max. Peruse the list of Rules. In war they all enjoy a peak intensity.

Yes, I go to war in order to enforce the order, but also to expand the order, to reorder the order, or maybe just for the hell of it.

Blood flows, and this is what you call your World War II, your War on Terror, and so forth.
For such high occasions, I can always find among the masses plenty of volunteers for the blood sacrifice. And always available is some zealous orthocrat to lead your government into war. When, in retrospect, you demonize your Hitler, your Mussolini, your Bush, or whatever wartime dictator, when you enshrine these personalities in your histories and elevate them to apotheoses of evil, I am amused, for they were only my servants of the moment.

the orthocratic personality

I’m talking here about the product, You. There are, of course, varying degrees of success in my programming, varying degrees of orthocraticism in the final product, varying degrees of enthusiasm and honor for me, the system.

There is the enthusiast, the actively orthocracy-religious. He usually gets the message young and is hard-wired to my ways from early on. He is identifiable as a candidate for my priesthood even as a schoolboy and may get tapped when he is an undergrad. He may become one of the orthocratic elite, one of the official leadership, and there can only be a few.

Affluence follows the gradient I am laying out here.

The immediate sub-elite is a swarm of junior-enthusiasts. Today’s ideal is young, ambitious, short-haired, dark-suited, English-speaking, cute, perky, and white.

But I take nearly equal satisfaction in the production of a sub-elite class of less zealous personality who may not be so deeply wedded to my ways (may even secretly be a bit dissident), but who has put himself in employment, is sufficiently submissive to his managers to be functional and to contribute to the orthocracy, dissidence notwithstanding.

He, too, ultimately is mine.

Then there is the unenthusiast. Merely orthocracy-tolerant, he gets along by going along. He is in the underclass, often the “working” class. He lives in envy of the higher orthocrats that he hates. I may never win his enthusiasm, but ultimately he is mine.

Descending downward, there is the overt dissident, who, though disgusted with the orthocracy in all of its manifestations, still lurks impecuniously and dependently around its edges, minimally cooperative. I have orthocratized fashion modes to channel safely his discontent, so, in an oblique way, I have a grip on him, too.

Finally, for the unredeemable resistor there are my prisons, my whips, chains, and nooses (Rule 10).

desired characteristics in my product

Personality production is still an unpredictable and haphazard process. The triumph of genetic engineering will be homo orthocratis. Desired above all is predictability. No surprises, please. Orthocracy is tolerant of multifarious styles, but I insist on adherence to approved orthocratic patterns which are predictable.

Unfortunately, it is necessary that novel patterns be continually introduced on the cultural surface in order to relieve the resulting orthocratic ennui.

Novelty does not come easily. I, the orthocracy, would prefer to be the sole progenitor of any new style – behavioral, linguistic, musical, choreographic, sartorial, whatever – but, since I have no culture or original creativity of my own (I do admit this; and I’ll admit also that I am boring), so I must observe style as it arises spontaneously from indigenous, or dissident, or otherwise non-orthocratic cultures, take ownership of style as my own resource (Rule 4), including so-called lifestyle, redefine style, and then propagate the redefinition through my mass media (Rules 2 and 11), thus bending the errant culture to my own orthocratic purposes, which would include the exercise of Rules 6, 7, and 8. Still with me?

The 13 Rules: 1. Keep them weak. 2. Keep them dumb, 3. Keep them scared. 4. Control all their resources. 5. Divide and conquer 6. Control their rhythm and pace. 7. Control their chemistry. 8. Control their sex. 9. Jack them around. 10. Use coercion routinely, brute force when necessary. 11. Use deception routinely, the Big Lie when necessary. 12. None of this can show. 13. This is The System, there shall be no other.

Once co-opted into the orthocracy, the novel style can be highly differentiated. That is, the style can be cool to some subcultures but outrageous to others, thus serving Rule 5. That takes creativity of a Madison-Avenue sort.

Orthocracy’s model product is not necessarily standardized to the straight-arrow, the jock, or the Babbitt. A well developed modern orthocracy encourages a product diversity, a multiplicity of conformities that meet orthocratic standards of predictability.

These conformities ideally have frictional social relationships with one another, and maybe outright hostilities can be arranged (Rule 5 again, of course).

When dealing with those deviant non-orthocratic cultures from which style must be drawn, Orthocracy takes a risk. The normally desired predictability must be sacrificed. It is always experimental.

Experimentation begins with cliché probes. The clichés and the associated talent, if it catches on, get visibility and other empowerments. But orthocratic powers conferred upon the unpredictable can be misused. From time to time it may be necessary to eliminate a Hendrix, a Joplin, a Lennon. Unwanted trends can develop. But from any emerging subcultural phenomenon that could develop unpredictably, orthocracy can contrive a parallel synthetic phenomenon that is properly controlled and propagate it on a massive scale.

So out of spontaneous music comes Muzak?

Yes, that and beautiful-music, disco, lite-jazz, Jesus rock — all sorts of programmed music, including always the orthocratically constrained “popular” music — all of these genres propagated by megawatts, mega-pressings, and file-sharings.

I think there may be literary equivalents.

Of course, and incidentally they will function to render our little work here safely invisible. For example, the mass production of popular and genre fiction — sci-fi, detective, western, romance, and so forth — churning continuously off high-speed web presses in print runs of hundreds of thousands.

There sure is a lot of fiction published.

It is important to instill in the consciousness of the masses a habit of suspending disbelief. Consider Rule 11 and Rule 12. Nonfiction has its genres, too, and anyway my publishers turn out a hundred thousand new book titles every year, effectively glutting the market in order to control it.

So true. Who would know my industry better than you. But you are rubbing it in, Orthocracy. That hurts… Anyway, onward: “synthesizing subcultures,” you were saying?

Yes, I was boasting how synthetic orthocratic culture-constructs can be cogently propagated through media and educational orthocracies.

But then, Orthocracy, if this idea is taken to its logical conclusion, you might boast that a cultural bubble could be synthesized that is all-embracing, a real-world Disneyland.

Yes indeed, synthesized and imposed. I sponsor many bubbles of consciousness. Often they are set against each other (Rule 5). The process is well underway particularly in your USA, George.

But why “my” USA in particular?

Compared to many places on your planet with more rooted cultures, the USA was a tabla rasa, a cultural clean slate to be written upon. Of course I mean after those aboriginal cultures had been erased and the land had been re-populated by descendants of established European orthocracies.

I permeate everything.

Orthocracy permeates all of what you call “the civilized world.” Orthocracy is civilization. Civilization is orthocracy. My rules of rule are routinely exercised and perpetuated by various institutional entities of civilization which are charged, overtly or tacitly (mostly tacitly), with doing the job. These include, not only your institutions of government, but those of business and the workplace, of religion, of media, of schooling, of the family, and of the institutionalized, orthocratized You.

The society that you take for granted is an orthocratic work. Your society, your “environment,” to use the fashionable term, is a studiously designed product of my senior architects. Your day-to-day civilized landscape is my craft. The well-paid professionals who are the architects of orthocratic rule: you can thank them for your freeways and for the engineering of the cars that you mindlessly run on them, for your supermarkets, your shopping malls, your housing tracts, your own habitat’s design, the design of your office or factory, your industrial parks, your theme parks, your theme restaurants, your urban condos and office towers, and, of course, the programming of your television. Your civilized world is the work of my environmentalism. I am the true environmentalist. Civilization, your dominant environment, is my own construct. Civilization is the orthocracy materialized.

Orthocracy resides, secretly, not only among those elite true-believers that wield it most, but within you all. It governs your behavior, public or intimate, day to day. You routinely honor me, either in exercising my rules over others or in submitting to them yourselves.

I permeate all and I will persist forever. I am the Thousand-year Reich (Rule 13). I rule even the elites that rule. CEO, I am your heart attack.

Please appreciate that my most passionate and devoted followers, those orthocratic true-believers (whom you might call the orthocracy-religious), it is they who constitute the so-called elite, and it is they who may be the most ruled of all — and suffer accordingly.

But, Orthocracy, you upset the one-percent paradigm.

If there is a one-percent, it is I.

I am the true progressive.

I, the orthocracy, have a life and will of my own. And I have a decisive direction of development. I am the true progressive. I move naturally, inexorably, and progressively towards a utopia of total planetary rule. Totalitarianism and globalism are words you use for this ideal orthocratic condition on those few occasions when you dare to discuss the matter. Those partisan sentimentalists who call themselves “progressives” entertain a 500-year plan, but their social-justice utopia is forever receding, as mine expands. Orthocratic progress is laid out in 50-year plans that do come to fruition.

Every deed that you do in the name of any of my rules, whether done actively or submissively, reinforces and perpetuates my power, at the expense of yours.

The 13 Rules: 1. Keep them weak. 2. Keep them dumb, 3. Keep them scared. 4. Control all their resources. 5. Divide and conquer 6. Control their rhythm and pace. 7. Control their chemistry. 8. Control their sex. 9. Jack them around. 10. Use coercion routinely, brute force when necessary. 11. Use deception routinely, the Big Lie when necessary. 12. None of this can show. 13. This is The System, there shall be no other.

I have a million subtle ways. I wear many disguises, and when I take you over, you will not even know it. If I can, I will get you as a child. By the time you declare adulthood, I usually have you in my grasp and any exorcism is unlikely. Your fragile human spirit may struggle to survive against orthocracy. Spontaneous spiritual energy is an anarchy threatening to orthocracy. What you romance as “free spirit” must be tortured and crushed into orthocratic churchy conformities. But you may be quite peacefully taken over. The orthocracy has its noisy torturing side, but it also has its quiet, seductive side.

I am the true religion.

The hollow men of religion make some of my very best workers. They say they are working for the Lord. Well, who’s that? I, the orthocracy, may be immaterial, but I am a living entity, a living deity, a living force. I am transcendently and indifferently separate from humanity and its petty day-to-day self-interests.

About my separate existence. Please understand that, being independent and life-transcendent, I am self-sustained by my own physics and chemistry, and my behavior is regulated by my own immutable laws (the rules of rule, of course). My pristine existence is far above messy human motivation or will. Appreciate my mission, and that is control of the citizenry of the world, control unto predictability, control unto domestication, control unto slavery, control unto death. I am the ultimate control freak. Control is my reason for being.

Do not expect me ever to serve human interests. To me humanity is just a management problem. Do not expect my sympathy for any of your worldly pains that may result from my orthocratic assertions. This is one of your prime delusions, that my incarnations, in such forms as governments or corporations or churches, are here to help you and will respond to your petitions, appeals, and lamentations. This notion I must promote as part of my perennial cover-up (Rule 12). In reality, to maintain the orthocratic order, there is some very ugly work that I must do. Expect no human sympathy from me. I may be bombing your neighborhood tomorrow.

Call me an evil god. Call me satanic. Call me demonic. I have no feelings, only intelligence. Of your suffering I have not a care. And I know how to teach my faithful not to care.


Any spontaneous cooperative activity among you in the name of the commercial, the social, the familial, the political, the spiritual, however innocently conceived, tends naturally to coagulate around my ruling ways and eventually becomes institutionalized into some agency or defender of my orthocratic interests. This orthocratic permeation will happen always everywhere with any organized group, unless a very special vigilance is exercised, which, fortunately, is rarely the case.

You invent an alphabet of governmental agencies to defend you: dod, epa, sec, fda, dea, atf, fema, nrc, fcc. Then you show amazement when these institutional creations turn on you. But they are just performing according to their respective orthocratic missions. They are also going through many excruciating contortions, in honor of Rule 12, to look like, and actually believe like, they are doing something utterly different from their true orthocratic functions.

This is true of all workers in orthocratic industry as well as in government. You, who are employed and clock-watching in the system anywhere at whatever level must know this. I know you know it.

It’s the money, you say?

When you bother to analyze me at all, you like to argue that money drives the system. Yes, I reward my cooperators with a living. I reward my non-cooperators with a nonliving. Those who honor me religiously and those who wield my system over the masses, I honor them with wealth. It is a truth that the deeper you get into money the more you become mine, and visa-versa. Money is about coercion (Rule 10) and little else. That the buck stops here with me is a truth of economics forbidden by Rule 12.

However, it is not money that drives orthocracy. Money may circulate like blood in the orthocracy, but it does not drive me.

Money is just the oil of the orthocratic system (and, as a matter of fact, oil, the hydrocarbon product, functions like money in the system). Oh, it may be useful in deciphering my ways to “follow the money,” as you say, but then you will only see some of my veins. My true physiology and anatomy will continue to elude you.


You also like to argue that what drives the system is the human passion to control others, the will to power. Yes, that passion in you is much exploited by me. But please understand that, once institutionalized, orthocracy takes on a life all of its own. Orthocracy may entrain will, but the orthocracy does not exist in the aggregate will of a class of greedy capitalists. That is another Rule-12 myth.

But, when you say that money does not drive the system, you are upsetting the dominant paradigm of Left politics.

I am the dominant paradigm. A hallowed political philosophy would crumble if this truth were to breach Rule 12 and enter human consciousness. My academics must remain committed to the perpetuation of the fat-capitalist theory — or else. This is Rule-10 coercion applied at the university level in the name of maintaining Rule-13, which is a fundamental duty of the educator.

And, to cite another of your rules, you seem to be saying, in contradiction to popular wisdom, that the orthocratic educator is a maintainer of Rule 2.

Correct. You are learning, George.


The more perspicacious among you see many conspiracies in the workings of orthocratic institutions. Are you beginning to see why conspiracy is necessary and inevitable in my system and why the conspiracy-theorist must always be silenced? Rule 12 rules. I am the “They,” and I am the “Who-benefits” of all conspiracies.

Excuse me, Orthocracy, but what you are laying out here might be called “the ultimate conspiracy theory.”

You have a point there, Editor George, and a book-cover blurb.


You complain that your politicians, once they are elected and safely inside official orthocratic government, inevitably become “corrupt” and cease to represent your interests. That is because they inevitably become dedicated to my rules of rule. The same goes for all of the leaders of all of your orthocratic institutions: your corporate CEO’s and their executive minions, your educators, your foundation directors, your churchmen, doctors, lawyers, labor leaders, journalists, broadcasters, publishers. They are all mine. Know my rules, know their world.

You continuously complain that your leaders become liars and hypocrites. Are you beginning to see why this is inevitable? You go cluck, cluck with your tongue and wave your finger. Oh, they are lawless criminals! Yes, they are breakers of your written law. But, if anyone wrote the law for the system as it is, nobody would accept it. Who would ratify a constitution that read like the thirteen rules of rule? Yet this is the operative constitution in every established orthocracy on the planet.

Whew! The word for this is “Machiavellian”, but you leave Machiavelli in the dust!

“Machiavellian,” you say? The Prince is just a bedtime story for children. Roll over, Machiavelli! You were just scratching the surface of my system as it was back in your time. And look how far I have brought this game today!

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Part 2
Orthocracy Parses the 13 Rules of Rule

Part 3
Orthocracy Speaks on the Issues of the Day

  1. Afghanistan
  2. Guantanamo
  3. Solitary Confinement
  4. Iraq
  5. The Economic Collapse
  6. Privacy
  7. Energy
  8. Mountain-top Removal
  9. The Gulf Oil Spill
  10. Barrack Hussein Obama
  11. Immigration
  12. Chemtrails, Black Helicopters, UFO’s, Men in Black
  13. Drone Attacks

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