Another, more positive way of thinking of rulers

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Another, more positive way of thinking of rulers, is:

They may think they’re in charge: responsible for the state of the country, but people do what they want nonetheless. It’s the people that are the elephant, the politicians are the riders.

So it’s because of the people, when a civil war has not yet broken out. In spite of politician’s best efforts to start one I might add. The people sometimes break a law here and there, which keeps things running smoothly. It’s not the “wise, benevolent” rule of the overlords that does do. For instance, people crossing an empty cross roads, in spite of the stop light being red, reduce emmissions and should be rewarded, but instead are being fined, because they are a threat to (non-existent) traffic.

Now, of course, politicians appeal to the elephants in the people’s minds. The elephant in the elephant’s mind, if you will. This is sometimes called populism. Other times people call it demagogy/propaganda, yet other people call that public information campaigns.
I call it scandalous, like with the efforts of politicians to ifluence the vote of the referendum on the association treaty with the Ukrayne. Think about that for a mo’: the politicians (that claim they only execute the will of the people) openly tried to steer the will of the people!


Psychology should make you scared of rulers

If someone decides to impose their will on millions of others, that can’t be a sign of good mental health.

Human like to fool themselves into thinking they make rational choices, but they don’t. The subconcious mind is in active control most of the time (the elephant and it’s rider; the rider aka conscious mind thinks it tells the elephant – the unconscious mind – where to go, but that’s only post hoc foolery on behalf of the powerless rider).

Combined these two should make it clear that the ruling caste makes insane decisions, which they neatly justify in front of the TV cameras, but which are only based upon gut istincts and primal emotions. Even if they don’t know it, they only make decisions about what makes them feel nice. Since they are not very nice people (egotistical sadists, in fact), these decisions are bad for the people.

Reasons for war: gameplay or … ?

It’s starting to dawn on me, that there might be other reasons for the non-stop war than the fourth reich; Perhaps the government armed ISIS, in order to have a stronger enemy, so that the war would last longer/ kill more American soldiers. , So make it a more fair fight, instead of just the traditional big bully vs. little bullied victim.
Sounds silly? Why then, arm ISIS so shortly before picking a fight with them? (A fight that was inevitable, since IS is an Islamic organisation; Islam is the new communism)

Or is it simply that the US governmnt is so imprison-happy that they, instead of imposing a new ban on something (drugs have proven useful in this regard), chose to actively import new prisoners from other continents, and keep them locked up on questionable evidence, often genuinely bought from the witnesses


Volgens mij weet ik waar het geweld tegen hulpverleners vandaan komt; de sfeer in de regio Nederland is grondig verziekt. Zelfs zo erg, dat degenen die worden beschouwd als verlengstukken van de staat (hulpverleners) hun leven  meer zeker zijn.

Wil de overheid dat oplossen?  De burger wil dat ook! Want het is altijd de overheid die het voorbeeld geeft, de burger wil graag (voor de verandering) het GOEDE voorbeeld hebben.

Helaas helpen verkiezingen nooit, zelfs niet wanneer de uitslag wordt gerespecteerd door de junta (Rutte3 is zelfs nog minder democratisch dan Mussert1!) want de grote makke aan verkiezingen is, dat je alleen op POLITICI kunt stemmen, dus echt democratisch wordt het nooit. De burger kan alleen wikken en wegen welke de minst slechte keuze is, in de hoop dat er zoiets bestaat. 

Tijd voor een minarchistisch kabinet! Geen totalitair regime meer, want: politiek, het maakt meer kapot dan je lief is.

Mag ik voorstellen dat mensen het boek “Healing our world” van Mary Ruwart lezen? Het heeft, naast een briljante titel, ook briljante adviezen.