The Fail-Maintenance of American Society

Sean Maclaren’s first in a new series of books, Romanic Depression (Book One), details how the Jesuits have designed, built and destroyed America. Maclaren uses many different sectors of society as examples.
No exaggeration, stating they have destroyed it.
It is not a final scorched-earth destruction, for the most part.
Rather, a slow and insidious fall into what I term “fail-maintenance.”

What Is Fail-Maintenance?

Fail-maintenance refers to maintaining something that is forced to exist in a continual state of failure, or at least approaching it.
More specifically, fail-maintenance is a slow and deliberate decaying of services, products, objects and people, regardless of the apparently high quality of those entities.
Total failure would mean collapse of a system, which is not what the Jesuits necessarily want, at least not at this time.
Each sector of society is propped up just enough to avoid total collapse.
Witness the slow decline of the health of Americans over the past 60 years . . . the descent of films and tv shows into carnivals of blatant homosexuality, base language and behavior, and immoral actions . . . the evolution of police and sheriff’s departments into paramilitary forces . . . the introduction of laws that clearly favor the criminal . . . modern medicine that largely treats symptoms and not the underlying disease . . . a failing education system that produces young men and women who cannot write a complete sentence or do simple math . . . the sham physics being taught in schools and universities, telling us, for example, that Mother Earth is an “oblate spheroid,” although even casual observation points to our living on a relatively flat plane.
None of these sectors have failed totally, but each certainly is in shambles. And none of them improve significantly over time.

Our Entire Society is in a Constant State of Fail-Maintenance

Every sector of society is in a state of fail-maintenance, where progress is held to a minimum for each generation. During this time, small victories and signs of progress are allowed to give the general public and casual observer the impression things are going well, or perhaps not failing altogether. The Jesuits’ impressive PR spin machine ensures this false impression.
Example: every sector of society has some very intelligent and thinking people, who are forced to adhere to laws, rules and regulations that deliberately confine them and their actions. Their attempts to “reform” something, e.g. education, are almost always met with resistance, if not outright rejection, allowing the system to continue as is.
We often criticize these smart people for their apparent lack of knowledge and insight, although they are experts in the field. And we castigate them publicly when they fail in their attempts to reform or change some deleterious policy or its underlying laws and statutes. Keen observers normally blame “politics” within the system, or, on a grander scale, a failure of our political parties to agree on an important issue.
As we have all seen in mainstream media, constant bickering and fighting among opponents also contributes to fail-maintenance, where petty arguments morph into limp compromises. All for show, of course, permitting the fail-maintenance cycle to continue.

How Do Typical Americans Respond to Incidents of Fail-Maintenance?

After witnessing such debacles, we then scream at our smart tv, “Are you people really that stupid!?” Too bad it doesn’t go any further, as we retreat from our frustration and get on with our lives.
This typical response from Americans is exactly what the Jesuits count on, thus allowing their fail-maintenance of law, politics, medicine, media, etc. to continue unchallenged, other than the scripted fights among the players.

What You Can Do: Arm Yourself With the Power of Knowledge

You don’t need a PhD and years of research experience to observe what is going on around you.
Simply open all your senses, take a look around and observe, absorb what you see, allow it to sink deep into your subconscious for processing, then try to assess it the best you can, and share your thoughts with others.
Start discussions with family, friends and colleagues, get their input, refine your own ideas and thoughts.
As you progress in this new line of inquiry, you will begin to observe things around you more and more on a subconscious level, since you now have awakened a sleeping giant.
Have a wonderful journey.