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Separation of Bureaucracy and Humanity


Separation of Bureaucracy and Humanity

      The argument that human beings serve in bureaucratic structures, thereby maintaining human values, is defective in it’s basic principles. There are so many flaws in the reasoning that arrives at this belief. I’ll begin this presentation with a brief list of defects in the process.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

1. All regimentation resorts to levels of dehumanization as a necessary evil in maintaining discipline and order in the chain of command.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     
2. Bureaucracy is by nature a military structure. The only restraint that protects human beings from the acts of war committed by bureaucracies against them is the resolve in resistance to bureaucratic predation.                                                                                                                               

3. Bureaucracy is by nature, amoral.  In the command structure, the protocols override moral standards. It is of necessity that expediency makes sacrifices.   Hence, the collective concept of “taking one for the team”. Bureaucracy always places the group above the individual in a crisis, real, imagined or manufactured. Any excuse will do.

    This is enough to begin the discussion. As time goes on, there is room for expansion and suggestion. Comments and questions are welcome.

“1. All regimentation resorts to levels of dehumanization as a necessary evil in maintaining discipline and order in the chain of command.”

      We’ve all experienced this institutionalized and oppressive control mechanism. Whether it’s Wal-Mart’s long history of prohibitions of employees personal activities or the numerous examples of corporations and labor unions colluding to infringe on employees civil rights, it all works the same way. All corporate entities strive to gain position in the corporate structure. The company wins. Union leadership wins. The employees lose, and pay for the “privilege”.
     In this modern world in which individuals don’t really own anything, it’s easy to see how easily people are manipulated, against their best interests.
“2. Bureaucracy is by nature a military structure. The only restraint that protects human beings from the acts of war committed by bureaucracies against them is the resolve in resistance to bureaucratic predation.”
Expanding on this point in greater detail illustrates that human beings are never seen as human beings, in the corporate control structure. Just as active military personnel are seen as ordnance in inventory, so too are employees in commercial activity. All have checked their humanity at the door. It is no small  detail that people become browbeaten into submission to the corporate will.  People of good conscience sink into acting as amoral agents of the corporate structure. They turn a blind eye to the indignities inflicted on the people around them. Like it or not, they themselves can become the targets of their neighbors’ animosity and acquisitive motives. In short, people depend on government to commit acts of war against their neighbors, for their gain. In this manner, people are pitted against each other, to their detriment.
 “3. Bureaucracy is by nature, amoral.  In the command structure, the protocols override moral standards. It is of necessity that expediency makes sacrifices. Hence, the collective concept of “taking one for the team”. Bureaucracy always places the group above the individual in a crisis, real, imagined or manufactured. Any excuse will do.”
     We’ve seen this characteristic on a large scale. The Lusitania was carrying munitions in a war zone. American pilots, in American-built planes were flying combat missions against Japan, 2 years before Pearl Harbor. The Gulf of Tonkin incident was a complete fabrication. If there is no real crisis, one can be manufactured. Any excuse will do. This is why truth is the first casualty of war. 
     “1. All regimentation resorts to levels of dehumanization as a necessary evil in maintaining discipline and order in the chain of command.
      There is no more pervasive and intrusive example of this statement than the public education system. Different societies have had their quirks in the application of this practice, but the goal is the same. All societies program people to comply with the appearance of authority. Eventually, society depends on public indifference and silence when it “disappears” displaced and disenfranchised people. Because civil authorities have uniforms, badges and guns, it appears that they have authority to take the actions they do. The legal term for this is “Color of Law”. The appearance is accepted as “Law”.  Every genocide and military action against civilians has employed this technique.  In extreme cases, millions of people have been murdered at the hands of their own governments.
     In Chile during civil unrest, displaced and disenfranchised people were rounded up in protests. They were subsequently sedated, loaded on cargo planes, and dumped out into the open ocean, turned into shark food.
2. Bureaucracy is by nature a military structure. The only restraint that protects human beings from the acts of war committed by bureaucracies against them is the resolve in resistance to bureaucratic predation.

We are seeing this statement in practice, more and more as financial conditions deteriorate. As municipalities face growing budget deficits, they must face the end of deferring debt to avoid insolvency. The individual can’t do that, without facing criminal prosecution. This is why people depend on government to commit acts of war against their neighbors, for their gain. When a community targets a group within the community, predatory and discriminatory actions are taken.

    Longmont, Colorado is a typical city, in a typical nightmare.  In dealing with social problems resulting from economic displacement,  Longmont city government takes the same expedient route taken by most cities. It isn’t any malicious intent that motivates this course of action. It’s just what is perceived to “work”. The unforeseen problems resulting from these policies are equally unresolvable.  Homelessness is not solved by an inhospitable response. I insist that everyone is homeless. Most people haven’t admitted that, yet. The explanation for this is quite simple.
      The stages in currency collapse are gradual. Those who are not displaced appeal to government for relief and assistance. They don’t know that their misplaced trust leads them further along to being culled out of the economy. The increasing dependency is akin to drug addiction. They become more compliant with the system that feeds their paper addiction. As purchasing power declines, people consent to anything that will bring their next “benefit”. At some point, more and more people will consent to a collective solution to their predicament. If you don’t believe this, ask the people displaced out of their homes in the past 3 years.
    3. Bureaucracy is by nature, amoral.  In the command structure, the protocols override moral standards. It is of necessity that expediency makes sacrifices. Hence, the collective concept of “taking one for the team”. Bureaucracy always places the group above the individual in a crisis, real, imagined or manufactured. Any excuse will do.
div> Here we find the influences that dismantle societies. Described here is the mechanism by which the world has descended into it’s darkest events. We have seen many nations economic prosperity built landfill of dead bodies. Currencies promote and sustain their commercial activity with institutionalized death. Whether taking advantage of the defenseless of enticing the greedy with promises of profit, the corporate structure continues it’s anti-human assault against the foundations of righteous and just societies. The simple fact is that people judge good and evil by whether or not they materially benefit by it. Shortsighted as that may be, it is still the driving force in every political election and social program. Building a new sports stadium is “good”. Defending our borders and domestic economy is depicted as “bad”. Ignorance is not bliss. The consequences of actions taken by our government, in our name, will surely judge us all. We must examine our individual consciences for the good and right in the issues that we face.

     “1. All regimentation resorts to levels of dehumanization as a necessary evil in maintaining discipline and order in the chain of command.”

     To this point, statements of general condition don’t make the connection to daily life. In today’s posts we will examine what these statements mean in practical terms. We must relate them to events in daily life, to understand them. To that end, I ask what this means in the context of this step down, in the currency devaluation.  It is no longer a question of when that collapse will take place. We are in it, now. The price increases in necessities have gotten out of control. In an uncontrolled skid, you are a passenger, not a driver.
     The effort in regimentation no longer achieves the result desired by the corporate structure. That is the first indication of weakness and failure within the corporate structure.  The next step down in regimentation is educating people to ignore reality. That is the only action that stands in the way of public resistance to corporate public policy. In simple terms, regimentation and indoctrination are all that stand between politicians and prison.
     As we watch inflation and decline in economic activity trap  people in poverty, we will all eventually see that the stories we are given do not match up with reality. Someone is lying. We are told that recovery is in progress. Yet, any business operating in deficit is doomed to bankruptcy.  It seems that the only entity that can get away with this promotion of opposite positions, simultaneously, is the Federal corporation.  The reason is that we are failing to conduct proper accounting. As in any plantation economy, the question must be asked; “Who is guarding the guards?”

“2. Bureaucracy is by nature a military structure. The only restraint that protects human beings from the acts of war committed by bureaucracies against them is the resolve in resistance to bureaucratic predation.”
     This observation presents an interesting quandary, in the context of currency collapse. We know the post- WWI history of Germany. In the complete collapse of the German economy were planted the seeds of genocide. In the decades that followed, people took the military approach to social unrest. By the time it ended, more than 50 million people were murdered. This is the result when the intimidation capacity of bureaucracy exceeds the moral resistance of the people. The few dictate to the many with the threat of government sanctioned violence. The   20th century is not an anomaly in this regard. Many instances of bureaucratic domination in history are evident.
     It is the military application of bureaucratic public policies that browbeat people into silence. With the stroke of a pen, bureaucracy can starve and displace people out of their homes. The one intolerable condition in the eyes of bureaucracy is independence. It is precisely individual independence that denies the advances of bureaucracy. When bureaucracy is confronted with independence, the pretense is dropped and bureaucracy displays the character of a robber and rapist. Bureaucracy is always the master in a slavery environment. Bureaucracy is always the pimp, turning the people into prostitutes.
     The practical question is: “What action effectively counters the threat of violence posed by bureaucracy?” Quite simply, the answer is “INDEPENDENCE”!  Unfortunately, none of us can undo 6 generations of corruption in one lifetime. Even if we could, that would not guarantee that future generations would have the backbone to protect the liberty they were given. As the old saying goes, people don’t have any rights that they are unable or unwilling to defend. 
” 3. Bureaucracy is by nature, amoral.  In the command structure, the protocols override moral standards. It is of necessity that expediency makes sacrifices. Hence, the collective concept of “taking one for the team”. Bureaucracy always places the group above the individual in a crisis, real, imagined or manufactured. Any excuse will do”
     It is most revealing that people have no idea why bad things happen to good people. It is a most bizarre situation, when good people agree to bad things. It is even stranger when everyone pretends that they are not involved. Such is the setting in the currency devaluation that is in progress. It is now in a level   of denial that is emphatically delusional.  Because people want to believe the lie of “economic recovery”, they accept paying $1 more for gas than they were paying a year ago. They are being enslaved, extorted, gouged and harvested. They just won’t admit that they have chosen to comply with the system that robs them.
     Where does the opposition to the next step down in the currency collapse begin? Unfortunately, history testifies that people respond emotionally and not rationally to crisis. They respond in riot, rather than rational preparation and defense.
They believe that voting for the right politicians will protect them from the excesses of bureaucracy. They jump from the frying pan, into the fire. No economy has robbed, taxed and regulated it’s way to universal prosperity. The United States will be no different than it’s predecessor Corporatist bureaucracies. They all ended in destruction and suffering. The clock is ticking on the United States, and time is running out. The Value Menu is coming to a dumpster near you.
      The difference between “the Way It Is” and the Law is the difference between a nation of laws and Despotism. We see many glaring defects in the United States, today. In this segment, we shall examine one of those defects.
     There is a requirement in every jurisdiction that public officials must be bonded. Yet, by mutual consent of the residents, municipalities ignore this requirement. The consequences are dangerous and destructive. After WW II, the German people had no explanation for what had happened. The truth is that they had no explanation that would not confess their own complicity. To say that Germany was gripped by a charismatic madman is a simplistic rationalization. Everything that Hitler did was “legal”. The German people gave their consent in the pursuit of National prosperity. This is the temptation in Corporatism. People abandon their Humanity in the expectation of material gain. In the end, a corporation hiding behind the facade of government, just kills people and siezes their property. 
     Here in the United States, men hiding behind suits and ties, uniforms and the trappings of public office, run roughshod over people and take their property by whatever means they deem necessary. This is the descent of the United States into lawlessness. 
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