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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.

Monday, February 04, 2008

TRUTH or consequences!
. . if there is going to be a won/one world government
the concept has to be developed for better
or for worse. So the example has to be exposed
as behavior judgment as standards of healthy
capacity to understand balance with better ease.

Relativity theory is the key to unification.
contrasting opinions (or better concepts)
can create the power of conflict. Rewards
are as extreme as consequences, and
as the game name implies,
TRUTH is the ultimate reward.
(Denial is sure proving to amplify consequence!)


Blogger Vincent said...

I haven't watched the u-tube, I am responding to the first part of your post.

Never mind about the one world government. What we need is a one-world feeling. governments are shit, isn't that obvious?

We are people of the world, we can join without governments. For example the people of America could defy their government and the people of Iran too. they could declare unity and brotherhood.

Not doing so shows the degree to which they are in thrall to the conditioning they willingly accept.

2/4/08, 11:35 AM  
Blogger Vincent said...

Truth is not a reward but a precondition of escaping conditioning. But there is much in your post that I don't understand, just as you may not understand all of my comment.

2/4/08, 11:36 AM  
Blogger brad4d said...

I truly appreciate your invitation to believe we can escape the conditioning with the kind of motivation your implication demands to cast-off the expense of government, but it is a job that won't be resigned from easily.
Pigs will always love shit!
Thanks for your refreshing shower.

2/4/08, 12:10 PM  
Blogger Charles Bergeman said...

Those who propagate the the concept of threats such as the one world government and other more ominous conclusions derived from that same threat also have an agenda.

They have managed to sway many left leaning, liberals and organizations using interesting tactics. The anti-government stance works well for them now because many lefties are so unhappy with the republican run state of affairs.

Soon the democrats may have their shot. And the lefties will complain that they aren't left leaning enough, and the right wingers will grumble that they are too liberal.

None of it matters. It is not the governments that run things anymore, it is the Corporatists.

Its the economy, and the machine that runs it that we should aim our attention at, not the government. True the government can be an ally in achieving change, but only if the people demand it.

Go along with the Zeitgeist conspiracy theory and you will fall straight into the hands of the hard core conservative libertarians.

That is the agenda that is served, and it is thick with bigotry, survivalist, anti-government, protect property at all costs mentality.

It's a trap, beware.

Vincent is right, our fate is in our hands, we must not allow such distractions to take us away from more productive courses f action.

2/4/08, 3:25 PM  
Blogger Charles Bergeman said...

By the way, if you need evidence of what I am saying read some of the stuff on this page.

This is one of the many products of a fellow named Alex Jones. He is one of the major proponents of these conspiracy theories.

On this site ,you will see the same themes played out along with many other attempts to sway your attention away from reality.

They have placed their hopes on the back of Candidate Ron Paul. His anti-war stance has made him popular with some Liberals. However, if you take the time to review the rest of his record, you will be shocked to discover his ultra-conservative views along with other more worrisome issues around race.

2/4/08, 4:10 PM  
Blogger BBC said...

I agree with the one world government. One peoples, one government.

Einstein was thinking in those directions also.

It's nice to think that we can get along without a governing body, but we can't.

Put five hundred people on an island and the first thing they will do is start building some kind of governing body.

Or one of them will become the monarch and set up his/her own cabinet.

But that is still a form of government.

All these different governments and trying to control boarders is tearing this world apart.

Boarders should be only for describing where you are on the planet.

2/5/08, 3:50 PM  
Blogger BBC said...

Vincent.... It's true that we need unity and brotherhood.

But we still also need a governing body. A good parent type one, not these political ones.

We can't live under anarchy, unless you favor lawlessness.

2/5/08, 3:53 PM  
Blogger Vincent said...

Parental government? No thanks. Job of government is to administer, not tell us what to think and how to behave.

I can imagine people living perfectly happily under a government they despise, whose principles they heartily disagree with. In fact I have just described how it is in the UK. Tony Blair, who seems to be admired in USA, was a dreadful man who was worse than Margaret Thatcher in destroying what Britain has long stood for. His successor Gordon Brown (who was in any case Chancellor of the Exchequer throughout Blair's reign) is Blair without the charisma.

People are different from governments---more sensible usually. Do not judge people by the actions of their government, as if there were such a thing as democracy in practice. there isn't. Which makes it all the more poignant that USA is prepared to kill, corrupt and interfere with the lives of foreigners for the sake of this mythical form of government.

2/5/08, 10:24 PM  
Blogger Vincent said...

This doesn't make me an anarchist. I'm on the side of Cuba, probably.

2/5/08, 10:25 PM  
Blogger brad4d said...

the potential IS soo far off we will all focus on different points of closure but the "rule of law" could become a documenting system (of specific cases of conflict & how resolution increases exponentially more gracefully from resolution of the past) handled by computers while government becomes a more reasonably priced entertainment like the last Democratic "debate".
The simplest definition of government I've become aware of is in the first two paragraphs of Common Sense (on my links)

2/6/08, 11:24 AM  
Blogger Vincent said...

It would be good to reduce the number of lawyers in America! Thanks for the Tom Paine paras. Brilliantly written stuff - but he was an optimist, I mean government has always been corrupted by power.

2/6/08, 11:34 AM  
Blogger jim said...

I don't hold to rewards anymore than punishment, in the better future, I mean.

Denial is doing just that, and denial has become a club and most have bought in.

Truth will be none of that.

2/7/08, 1:18 AM  
Blogger jim said...

After reading the comments, I want to add....Vincent is close, feeling, is more like what will be, not 'government'. Government implies authority outside oneself, there can be none of that, hence internal self-reality to the real truth of which you speak, that all are equal and there are boundaries here but none there.

And it is true that the people here and the people there, anywhere, will never do such a thing jointly. It will require some change of character in all people, that is not in the province of human power..unless some government poisons the waters with chemicals and such, but that of course is opposite what is needed.

Then Charles is right in admitting there is no democracy in this country, or any other, Corporates and Pigs who love shit is what we have, Bradford said that, lol. So, in-house, what to do, any solution that is present-minded human will get you more of the same sooner or later, character problems see? A built in catch 22.

Got to look elsewhere and find something. This is why I stay out as much as possible.

2/7/08, 1:30 AM  

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