Robert Anton Wilson Quote

We live in an age of artificial scarcity, maintained by ignorance and fear. The government has been paying farmers not to grow food for fifty years—while millions starve. Labor unions, business and government conspire to hold back the Microprocessor Revolution—because none of them know how to deal with the massive unemployment it will cause. (Fuller's books could tell them.) The utilities advertise continually that "solar power is at least forty years in the future" when my friend Karl Hess, and hundreds of others, already live in largely solar-powered houses. These propaganda advertisements are just a delaying action, because the utilities still haven't figured out how to put a meter between us and the sun.


Right Where You Are Sitting Now: Further Tales of the Illuminati. Berkeley, CA: Ronin Pub., 1993. p. 144.

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We live in an age of artificial scarcity, maintained by ignorance and fear. The government has been paying farmers not to grow food for fifty...

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We live in an age of artificial scarcity, maintained by ignorance and fear. The government has been paying farmers not to grow food for fifty...

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We live in an age of artificial scarcity, maintained by ignorance and fear. The government has been paying farmers not to grow food for fifty...

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We live in an age of artificial scarcity, maintained by ignorance and fear. The government has been paying farmers not to grow food for fifty...