In these days of daily conflict and contradiction, the issue of Legality vs. Humanity is at the forefront of news stories. With all of the political spin and duplicity in reporting, we have legitimate concerns about who and what we can believe.
The Island of Uncle Sam
The background information for this article is in “The Spirit of Dr. Moreau”. I’ll add the link for that, at the end of the text. Between now and then, we’ll examine what corporations are and what they do.
Separation of Bureaucracy and Humanity
July 20th, 2011
Today, we find many genocide and human rights issues in the administration of the Private Law System as implemented by various governmental bodies. Today, I encountered such a circumstance here in Longmont, CO. The court system has been operating in the artificial construct of private law for so long, that they don’t recognize the Law. Read the rest of this entry »
Fiat Currency vs. Real Money
I don’t know why people do the things that they already know won’t work. I suppose that values get skewed by material comfort and convenience. Most people have never had to walk to a landfill, looking for something to eat, that won’t kill them. Most people have never slept outdoors, unless they were on a camping trip, with better accommodations available to them. A life unchallenged by want can develop into delusion.
These days, we have so many influences bringing out glaring contrasts between Bureaucracy and Humanity. The hot spot today is the Federal Budget debate. This is nothing new. We’ve been watching people threaten each other with poverty since forever. It is during these bouts of confusing numbers and inflammatory ultimatums that we are reminded that turning on floodlights in a crowded bar, at midnight, can expose a lot of surprises.
It is in the contrasts, brought out it all their naked glory, that we see the behavior that causes us to cringe at admitting that we are associated with any of this mockery of all things American. Yet, we need this. We need to understand that Bureaucracy is anti-human. It is cannibalistic. Even in it’s most commercial context, it is impossible to find any compassion or grace for the behavior of Bureaucracy. Something happens to people when they gain auspicious titles and put on a suit and tie. In reality, they are no less human. They just act as predatory animals.
There is one thing that we can be sure of. Those who gain by this unreasonable facsimile of a reality show called government will not be found in line when the inevitable next step down in the currency collapse is taken. None will admit complicity in the Ponzi scheme that is the Federal Reserve. There won’t be a deal good enough to persuade the world to buy U. S. Treasury debt. The situation will become institutional looting and piracy.
This is the point when the masks come off and the wolves devour the sheep. The turmoil and protest in other countries will be seen in the United States. Bureaucracy believes that it is a law unto itself. The human common sense response would be to admit that there is a higher court than any institution of Man. But then, Bureaucracy ate of the forbidden fruit and bought into the original lie, long ago. No, the men of renown have not become gods, and their pride is going before destruction.
This is another great item from Harmon Taylor. The same activity has been going on in New York State for at least a decade. According to the 2010 Census, both New York City and New York State have lost 1 million in population, the central issue being taxes. States and municipalities can’t hold people prisoner and squeeze them dry.
7 July A.D. 2011
It works a little bit. One CAN reduce the insane level of control and “taxation” to a less insane level by geographically relocating. However, one can terminate that control completely by only one method — terminating the “gotcha agreements.”
One need not relocate to terminate “gotcha agreements” right where one finds himself/herself at the moment one is reading this note.
To relocate is to “vote.” It’s in the nature of a “veto,” but it is a “vote.” In this sense, we vote with every commercial transaction we engage.
Harmon L. Taylor
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Keeping Up Appearances
So often in the Commercial world, appearances do not match reality. We see happy consumers, cheerful, happy employees, Utopian community scenes and of course, promotional freebies. The anxiety of predatory marketing and suppressive consumer relations practices are an undercurrent of consumer abuse. All is not well in the land of Commerce, and we know it.
History records many destructive and injurious results from the Corporatist worldview. People are forced to yield to sub-human and abusive, uncaring demands. The result is that the social structure becomes fractured and communities are divided off to be conquered. Sweeping the streets and sprucing up the neighborhood can’t hide structural defects, for very long. Appearances mean nothing if they only hide the certainty of future damage.
The Corporatist response to a negative situation is to neutralize or eliminate people. When faced with an obstacle, Corporatism displaces populations and seizes resources. Opposition to Corporatist goals is met with acts of financial war, followed by occupation and subjugation. Civil disruption is the outward display of the deliberate dismantling of a social structure. Millions of people are rendered non-entities by social programs and development policies. When people submit to external management, they are not the highest priority. Government sees itself as the highest priority in society. Corporatism brings the mechanism of oppression together. People are measured for their cost-effectiveness. Their status within the corporate structure is changed according to inhuman parameters. Eventually, they are classified as “Expired”, before they stop breathing.
What can the public do to defend itself from the excesses of the Corporatist agenda? Overall, the Corporatist agenda ignores human concerns. Individual components of the corporate structure are more vulnerable, because they are replaceable agents. In many instances, another corporate entity steps in as the “White Knight” figure and punishes the transgressor. It’s a stage show that makes the public feel better and does nothing to actually penalize abusive behavior. Just because an “Under New Management” sign goes up, doesn’t mean anything. The process keeps up appearances long enough to continue the conquest of the economic environment. In the Corporatist world, people are no more real than the cartoon characters in their advertising. They don’t have to be. Their only purpose is to encourage a calculated and expected response.
A very sobering lesson comes out of examining the motives in promoting private agendas in the Corporatist structure and worldview. The great atrocities of history didn’t start out as finished plans. They were works in progress that went beyond their original vision. Concessions to expediency always seem like a good idea, at the time. The problem is that keeping up appearances sometimes results in the elimination and disposal of people. People wouldn’t normally shoot their neighbors in the head and bury them in a pit. Unfortunately, people have stood in silence, while others did it. After the fact, no one has a good answer for what they were thinking, at the time.
Where is it?
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