Terminology is vital for effective communication of any ideology. In fact, terminology is so vital it can quite often be used in lieu of substance.
Take for instance, the social sciences. Anyone with a healthy grasp of scientific methodology taking a look at the social sciences at any depth is initially stunned and then outraged at the virtual absence of science in this so called discipline. And yet, every major university has a social sciences department, governments’ hire social scientists; the media quotes degreed professionals in the field and the public generally accepts this area as legitimate.
Terminology establishes legitimacy.
People who speak of the illuminati, the shadow government, the Masonic guild and the Bilderberger’s are usually treated as kook’s and loonies. Some of them are, but many of them are speaking of legitimate and documented people, organizations and ideas but the terms and labels they use make them sound batty.
There is a need for accurate descriptive terms and labels that aren’t dramatic (i.e. loony) sounding. The illuminati don’t exist and haven’t for a long time, so that term is inaccurate. The shadow government is a poor choice because the word shadow is overly dramatic and the word government implies a structure and organization that doesn’t exist. The Mason’s as a group are not malign or even very powerful. The Bilderberger’s (and CFR, Trilateral Commission, etc.) as a label isn’t inclusive enough and the name doesn’t have any descriptive meaning – it just doesn’t communicate.
The community of power is a descriptive and accurate label. It also isn’t so dramatic sounding as to come off as nutty. It also shows usefulness when it comes to thinking about the people involved and their actions.
Is there a community of power? Of course there is. Every town city and state has its community of influential people and they know, do business and socialize with each other. So naturally, it should come as no surprise that there is a community of the most powerful people in the world and they know, do business and socialize with each other.
The community of power isn’t organized; there are factions, alliances, disagreements and betrayals. There are levels of standing but they’re not clearly defined and quite often change. There are definitely common interests both economic and social. It is a community centered on accumulating and wielding power to change the world.
The existence of this community isn’t inherently wrong, that it considers the human population as animals and treats them as such is. This is why it is important to identify them and publicize their activities. First they need to be accurately labeled for what they are, the Community of Power.