When it comes to changing the world, everyone thinks of violence, or a violent revolution. But that has never worked, nor it ever will. The last violent revolution (Communism) had caused the death of 100 million people worldwide, and has achieved little (Industrialization), which would have happened either way.
Every 100 years or so, recently the frequency has increased, a new paradigm shift happens. In ancient times, the invention of agriculture was a big deal, it transformed society from a family/tribal society, to a feudalistic monarchic society. Then a lot of time went by with no major breakthrough. Then the printing press came by, and suddenly people became more educated and opinionated, paving the way for democracy. Then the industrial revolution came, and eliminated aristocracy, but gave rise to a global oligarchy who has realized untold wealths, which gave rise to modern banking, and this corrupt financial system.
We are still under this industrialist system, but we are already 1 leg out of it. Because the invention of the internet, then Bitcoin, and then the whole decentralization paradigm shift, will be the new thing.
The new paradigm shift, will probably eliminate representative democracy, and institute direct democracy. Why not? What is the point of having politicians and big government , when technology already made them obsolete. It will also make the world more connected, and provide alternative income solutions, to those who will find their jobs replaced by robots in the next 10-15 years.
So this decentralization movement, is what humanity was meant to realize, over they whole existence. This is the real goal, not to look for Gods in the sky, and hope for a Heaven, but to actually create Heaven on Earth: peace and prosperity. This is the ultimate goal.
I may look like a mad dreamer now, but trust me, these ideas are very feasible. They won't be achieved by sword, but by intellect and peaceful cooperation between humans.
The current global power structure might look invincible, but we don't need to fight it. We just create another one, and if they join us and cooperate, then it's fine, and if they don't, then they become obsolete, because they fiat money is worth nothing. Either way we will achieve our objectives.
So let's make this happen! Steemit and other decentralized projects will be at the front of it.
From the story at https://submedia.tv/stimulator/2017/01/20/black-bloc-smashes-inauguration/
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From it's small continuation in Seattle to today the Black Bloc is growing!!
We have just been handed another four year sentence for not agreeing with rule by force.
You have, too.
You, most likely, don't even know enough to care,....
I sign these with my signature in hopes that one day that our hope of freedom can come true for us all.
This week we welcome “Poppy” Bush, Dubya, Jeb, and Marv for a fiery round table in hell.
Useful Idiot Reporter (speaking to the camera): Ladies and gentlemen, this is one of those rare treats that so seldom comes about. Today we have the honor of speaking with one of the most corrupt families in this hemisphere, The Bush Clan. Buckle up, folks. This is going to be a wild ride. (turns to face George H.W. “Poppy” Bush, Dubya, Jeb, and Marvin) Poppy, I’d like to begin with you, if I may. You’ve done so many things throughout your illustrious life in occultism. What would you say was your favorite public position that you held?
Poppy: That’s a tough one. I’d have to say that being the director of central intelligence was my favorite. The feeling of absolute power really got my jollies off. Also, it sure was great for my underworld heroin sales, that’s for sure! (gets whimsical look on face) It was a real honor to work with such a great group of criminals. However, I must say that I thoroughly enjoyed being vice president as well. I’d boss Reagan around day and night. Talk about a great power trip! Sometimes I’d beat him just for the hell of it. The 80s were something else, I tell ya.
Useful Idiot Reporter: Poppy, that sure is fascinating. I bet you’re awfully proud of your boys, too. I imagine that you were beaming with pride and joy when little dubya here was anointed puppet-in-chief in 2001.
(Dubya gets dumbfounded look on face and smiles)
Poppy (rolling eyes): More like relieved. I’ve never seen anyone need so much damn help to amount to anything. I basically bribed his way through Yale. They didn’t even want him in Skull and Bones! I had to bribe damn near the whole cult!
Dubya (pouting): Aw, daddy. None of that was my fault.
Poppy (loud): Shutup, ya spoiled little brat! I wasn’t finished. Then that whole Arbusto Energy oil company. What a fiasco. Were you trying to run it into the ground? God damn disgrace. Anyway, so yeah, we finally found him a job he could handle, president of the USSA. All he had to do was go to parties, fly around, and sign what he was told to sign.
Dubya (defensive): Well, who got elected twice? Huh? Not you, ya old bag!
Poppy (looking at reporter): Don’t you just want to slap the slime out of his little prick ass?
Useful Idiot Reporter: Can you adopt me?
Poppy (rolling eyes and giant sigh): Fuck!
Useful Idiot Reporter: Dubya, I’m sure you get tired of being asked about September 11 so often, so forgive me when I ask this, but what feelings did that fateful day bring out in you, knowing what a great Christian poser you are?
Dubya: So many things come to mind. I guess the first thing that comes to mind is how great it was for our country, in the long run, ya know. Just think about it. Where would we be today without that wonderful human sacrifice? There sure wouldn’t be any panopticon control grid. Nope! The NSA wouldn’t be nearly what it is today if it hadn’t been for that well orchestrated attack. And where would those economic bastions of corporate freedom like Raytheon, Boeing, General Dynamics, and Lockheed Martin be today if those spectacular explosions didn’t happen? And look at how great it’s been for the common people, too. I mean, they can’t bring water through airport security anymore. How great is that? And the family heroin business has really skyrocketed since we invaded Afghanistan.
Poppy: I hate to admit it, son, but you’re right. Well said.
Dubya: And where would my brother Marvin here be? He might still be working for that company that provided security services for the World Trade Center. What was that company again, Marv?
Marvin: Securacom. You’re not supposed to bring that up to the media, ya goof.
Dubya (pointing at reporter): Not even this tool?
Marvin: Not even this tool. Anyway, yeah, he’s right. I got out of that company in 2000, just in the nick of time. Dumb luck, I guess. (winks at Poppy. Poppy giggles)
Useful Idiot Reporter: Let’s turn to you now, Jeb. What has been the highlight of your disdainful life? I imagine being the governor of Florida ranks high up there.
Jeb: Hell no. As you know, I’m a horrific public speaker. Being governor was a real pain in the ass, except for the payoffs, which goes without saying. Really, for me, my favorite times happened when I worked for Texas Commerce Bank in Venezuela back in the late seventies. The parties were out of this world, not to mention the money laundering opportunities! Not a day went by when I wasn’t handling illicit bagfuls of cash or coke. Bankers know how to party! (high fives Poppy)
Useful Idiot Reporter: Wow, such an amazing family. Poppy, what insight did you give these stalwarts of vice and corruption as they were growing up to help them hone their evil skills?
Poppy: Well, that’s simple. I told them to do what was right for themselves, no matter right or wrong, and screw everyone else.
Useful Idiot Reporter: Well said, spoken like a true Satanist.
Poppy: Skull and Bones taught me well.
Useful Idiot Reporter: Indeed. (turns to camera) Well, you heard it here exclusively, folks. Poppy Bush says “screw everyone else”. Words of a truly dark luciferian that we can all learn from. That’s all for now, see you next time.
He killed at least 4 people, and injured more than a dozen others.
This has triggered some passionate gun rights/gun control rhetoric online, and I want to touch on a couple of fairly obvious double standards which have steered the debate, going largely unnoticed and unexamined.
While the tragedy was still unfolding, a libertarian senator, and vocal gun rights advocate tweeted;
Probably one of those semi-automatic assault cars.
Unsurprisingly, the response was swift and furious.
Few commenters engaged his implied argument, but hundreds criticised his crass opportunism.
It would seem that using a tragedy to further a political agenda is underhanded and demonstrates a lack of compassion, unless that agenda is gun control, in which case, you needn't even wait until the spent cartridges have stopped rolling before you start building your argument on the bodies of the innocent.
I've read a lot of comments implying that since he was in a moving vehicle and driving in a crowded area, that armed civilians panic-firing indiscriminately would have increased, rather than decreased the death toll.
Those same commenters praise the quick action of police, who successfully ended the spree by shooting the driver in the arm.
Now, the situation either called for skilled marksmanship or it didn't.
The assumption that level headed, deliberate, responsible trigger fingers can only be found on policemen, is an incredibly arrogant double standard, particularly when you consider that there is no way for a civilian to qualify as a responsible firearm holder, regardless of their demonstrable skill level or history of competent, level headed, civic minded decision making.
While a lot of civilians are incapable of making good decisions in stressful situations, particularly around firearms or blood, those people don't want to be armed, and nobody is demanding they should be.
The personal choice position is the humble one.
'I don't know the mindset or capabilities of millions of strangers, but they do. Each individual should decide whether or not to take on the responsibility of carrying a firearm, based on their own knowledge of their own abilities. If I demanded they be disarmed, I would bear partial responsibility for any terrible outcomes my well-intentioned ignorance renders them unable to prevent'.
I feel answers to my questions are probably going to tread close to no true Scotsman fallacies but I thought it would be interesting to ask anyways. When I first arrived on Steemit back in July I was taken back by the number of people on the site self identifying as Anarchists. I figured out pretty quickly that what I had preconceived about Anarchists wasn't actually representative of the people I was meeting and interacting with that identified as such. I made a post with a rather sensational headline Dear Anarchists, Why Shouldn't I Cringe When You Tell Me You're an Anarchist and received some really good answers in the comments as well as feedback from people on Steem.chat and Steemspeak.
Today, one of the first articles to come across my news feed in regards to protests at Trump's inauguration was this:
Black-clad anarchists smashed windows and clashed with police in Washington, D.C., less than mile from where Donald Trump took the oath of office Friday, smashing store and car windows and fighting with officers in riot gear who responded with pepper spray and stun grenades.
This seems to be the classic narrative of how Anarchists are portrayed in the media and no doubt how I formed a lot of my preconceived notions about Anarchists. This group of people causing violence and rioting does not strike me as being representative of the Anarchists I've come to know on Steemit.
So I ask you Anarchists of Steemit, are these people
true Anarchists as you see them? I can tell that the non-aggression principal and self defense could be used either way here with the proper mental gymnastics. How would you differentiate these people portrayed and seemingly identifying with the term Anarchist from what you see as Anarchism? Is this where the term Anarchist becomes too much of a big tent and requires sub classes like Anarcho Capitalist? How do you feel being lumped in with rioters?
I look forward to your responses.
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The forgotten men and women of our country will be forgotten no longer. Everyone is listening to you now.
For too long, a small group in our nation's Capital has reaped the rewards of government while the people have borne the cost. Washington flourished, but the people did not share in its wealth. Politicians prospered, but the jobs left and the factories closed. The establishment protected itself, but not the citizens of our country.
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Just to keep you up to date. Never fear, I'm not going to turn into a statist. I'm not a Trump supporter any more than I was an Obama supporter, nor am I a supporter of any politician. Ever.
So, when I speak of
direction, it doesn't mean anything like that.
The direction in which I would like to keep this blog moving:
Continue posting once per day, at least. Have something ready to go in case the newspaper neglects to post my column online, as happened this week.
wall of text posts; if I can't say it briefly, I should reconsider saying it until I can.
Don't worry that I might offend statists with something I say. They aren't reading this blog anyway. And if they happen upon it, they need to be offended.
I would like more supporters and subscribers, but I have stopped looking at the stats as a measure of how I'm doing. People will either read, or they won't.
Beyond that, I need to get back into making the videos. They never get many views, but they are good practice for me.
And, that's where I stand with the blog. Yes, I may keep evolving- always in the direction of more Rightful Liberty, as has been the direction I've moved my entire life.
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