There is no single principal upon which America was founded. Many assert that it is Democracy, a political ideology, while others believe that it is Capitalism, an economic one. The concept of Freedom is commonly referred when describing what makes America's excellence singular. Unfortunately for the contemporary man, each of these concepts is an ideology, something which would operate efficiently in a perfect world, but is resolved to flawed, slow growth in the real one. Many people worldwide are aware than even in America, the country supposedly with the greatest example of Democracy, it is executed imperfectly. Systematic voter fraud has occurred numerous times historically. Patriarchal dynasties control the largest political groups. Until relatively recently, entire population groups were not granted their right to vote. The country's president is elected indirectly. True Democracy is a theoretical concept which although seemingly unattainable should nonetheless be the ultimate goal.
The manner in which American Capitalism has been implemented reflects the unbalanced nature of its Democracy. The small business owner is idealistic in his visions. A properly owned and marketed business will eventually, righteously take off. It's not just the American Dream, it's the American Promise. Unfortunately for the unsuspecting entrepreneur, America's real version of capitalism is founded upon carefully secretive collusion, nepotistic and fraternal favoritism, price fixing, artificially controlled growth and outright conspiracy. The small business owner simply isn't participating in the same economic system as the Freemason or societal luminary. The magnate American businessperson is a classic image, working his or her way up from modest origins to enormous success. It's a good model to emulate, for the lesson must be that hard work gets results. The fallacy of these stories is that these men and women, famous for their acquired wealth, wouldn't have obtained what they did without the confidential aid of others.
Somehow, deceased Apple founder Steve Jobs is a folk hero for the day, credited with inventing some of the devices which have changed our current world, despite not really inventing them. His role was spokesman for a company and leader to a group of followers. Despite whatever inspirational origin story which may have provided for the public's consumption, he and his counterpart Bill Gates did not achieve their fame and power by accident, but through cooperation with the unseen forces. Apple is just like every other corporation, a puzzle piece in the world economy which is regulated by the Deep State, the Shadow Government. To seem innocuous, Apple cleverly markets itself as the people's company, simple and intuitive. Its products are meant keep the people of the world appeased, entertained and enable them access to a constant stream of distracting media. Their prominent slogan, which has ironically been retired, invited the public to "Think Different", however the real affect of Apple products has been creating a uniformity of belief, instead of real independent thought. Unanimously, we worship these products, thank our generous overlords for their existence and continue our same way of thinking. The homogeneity they wish to instill in us is evident in the secret code which they've embedded throughout the many brands we use everyday.
As an Illuminati-controlled entity, all Apple products have been titled according to the secret number-letter code used universally across all of world media. This code has till now been the main tool used by the elite to subjugate the lower class. Now, they've lost that power. The code's main principal is the "Rule of 3", the vast overuse of letters as initials which contain a multiple of 3 according to their place in the alphabet: C (3), F (6), I (9), M (13), P (16), S (19), W (23) and Z (26). This group is also used in combination with catalyzers A (1), B, (2), J (10) and T (20). The remaining letters are not used nearly as commonly. This simple code has been used surreptitiously for decades. The worldwide psychological effect of this media-wide code cannot be undervalued.
MacBook Pro: M.B.P. (13-2-16) follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of catalyzer B (2) and "3" letters M (13) and P (16).
MacBook Air: M.B.A. (13-2-1) similarly follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of catalyzers A (1) and B (2) with "3" letter M (13).
iPod Shuffle: I.P.S. (9-16-19) follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letters I (9), P (16) and S (19).
iPhone: I.P. (9-16) follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letters I (9) and P (16).
iPad: I.P.A.D. (9-13-1-3) follows the "Rule of 3" in its entirety, as the combination of "3" letters I (9) and P (16) with catalyzers A (1) and D (4).
iMac: I.M.A.C. (9-13-1-3) also follows the "Rule of 3" entirely, as the combination of "3" letters C (3), I (9) and M (13) with catalyzer A (1).
iTunes: I.T. (9-20) follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letter I (9) and catalyzer T (20).
AirPort: A.P. (1-16) follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letter P (16) and catalyzer A (1).
Apple Mouse: A.M. (1-13) follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letter M (13) and catalyzer A (1).
Apple Watch: The pairing A.W. (1-23) imparts the "3" letter W (23) strength through combination with catalyzer A (1).
Apple Store: A.S. (1-19) follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of catalyzer A (1) and "3" letter S (19).
Brand names such as this, disguised as the obvious choice, trivialize the simplicity of the code. Many brand names may seem obvious and innocent, but everything is titled with extreme intent. Microsoft products names use the code in a more complicated, clouded manner, which makes sense considering the differences in marketing styles between the competing corporations Apple and Microsoft. Still, Microsoft Windows notably follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letters M (13) and W (23). Microsoft is itself a word combining the initials M.S. (13-19), which follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letters M (13) and S (19).
If America is to have a guiding principal, it shouldn't be a political or economic ideology, such as Democracy or Capitalism. It has to be an ideology of existence, a mantra for good, like Truth, or Justice. For too long America has concentrated on providing the best version of Democracy, or Capitalism, while ignoring higher goals of real merit. Truth and Justice have been eschewed, circumvented, avoided and renounced, in order to move towards the Political, that which gives power, and the Economic, that which gives money. We've been lied to and treated unfairly so that others could become dominating and rich. When the scale tips, the public will be given their past due.