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Journaling conceptual design trends, mostly as "stream of consciousness" as encouragement. Environmental resolve will teach us peace. Paradox mediation provides the next healthy attitude.

Friday, May 26, 2006

guilty by insanity?

I ran into my high school art teacher selling his jewelry. He now heads the art department at a premier college for designers and was surprised I has not found Eric Hoffer by now. I waited months for True Believer to become available. Last night I read the first chapter.

Most revolutions are the indulgence of the rich and powerful using poverty and disillusionment to create chaos. The way this administration has used sloganizing 9/11 is only the tip of the iceberg. Enough has changed that whoever they want to blame and shame does not distract for their responsibility for creating specific realities that have lessoned qualities of life internationally.

If (growing numbers of) people see a need for a revolution, isn't it a projection of what is happening? Most Republican Party standards have been turned to contradict messages of only a decade ago. Internal realities have been mirrored to answer external (conceptual) threat-building that they should pay (be responsible) for and stop. Just by losing trust their behavior becomes improper by responsible positioning.

I remember when bankruptcy was criminal. The example that governmental powers are abusing credit/debt concepts have encouraged unhealthy indulgence by a growing majority. Could they be legally confronted as debt (drug) dealers? Isn't one of the instrumental paradoxes in how corporations get more credit from banks by extending debt? They seem to be denying liberal spending risks with conservative defensive posturing. The conflict is internal stress provoking. That can be said about national trends.

The right to be a responsible society demands active restoration of majority rulers.
Wouldn't a person with only 23% self-approval be forced into therapy?



Blogger Charles Bergeman said...

"It is when power is wedded to chronic fear that it becomes formidable."

Eric Hoffer, The Passionate State of Mind, 1954

"You can discover what your enemy fears most by observing the means he uses to frighten you."

Eric Hoffer

5/30/06, 9:21 AM  

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