I’ve something interesting to think about. Everything I’ve written is relevant to some degree, but I’m realizing the content of my words is perhaps too condensed and not presented in a visually pleasing format. So how would I summarize X years of blogging/life/hard knocks?
History, news, popular media in all forms, education, to teachers, role models, other people older than you, I see as a bad person presenting themselves as good while not knowing they are bad. History and news is written by the winners which is obviously the capitalists the business people of the world international citizens of the world. 98% of us work for these businesses and are prepped and tailored and nurtured to fit into this 98% from birth, from the very first words we understood from our parents. Because our parents are also bad people that don’t know they are bad, they teach lessons like always pay your bills, avoid debt like the plague, only work for what will be recognized by the systems, a minority naturally have an affinity for personal achievement which in my mind, form the foundation of the collective thought, “This world is working, look at him/her, the #1 getting all these perks throughout life from adolescence to adulthood.” Most of us are forced through a system and through no options offered backed into a mental corner until we snap and are disgusted with what we have, which is perceived as nothing and dirty and uncomfortable, and we turn our focus to what we may have IF we do what we’re told. The education system repeats itself in the work system, with your various grades of people valued according to his usefulness to the business, a curriculum of business-related skills, only now the curriculum is somewhat hidden and encrypted by everyone’s sneakiness about bullshitting the businesses how valuable they are to it, thus affecting their net worth, their money.
There is such thing as a person trying to be good and having the best intentions, but upholding and representing, standing in a position that betrays their best intentions.
Bernard Poolman of Desteni said it, I will say it. The money system cannot redeem itself, there is nothing valuable about competition and dog eats dog or respecting how there is a gap in populations all are trying to manipulate to take their money and run with it. Nothing can be done to resurrect the current money system in terms of preserving it in a way that ultimately benefits all life. Politics has always been the means of deciding money system rules like taxes, to basic income grants, to the nature of the money system within a country. It’s the means to accomplish the end of suffering in all forms. Bernard said this, at some point we will have to agree on a representative that will uphold our values and policies. The crazy of business elites cutting taxes and stuff through politics is going to add up until we are financially backed into a corner.
All charitable activities if they do not present the ultimate goal of ending and replacing the current money system, they’re supporting the current capitalism and all of what that entails, i.e. massive suffering and annihilation of Earth, crazy business elite’s plans to make more money with less effort. Charity is a bandaid justifying the existence of capitalism. If charity didn’t exist we would have been fed up with capitalism and changed it already. Or maybe not. So aside from physical needs, food, water, housing, a job that provides enough money, skills to justify one being in one’s job, the maintenance of physical health and mental health, transport, electricity gas water, the other optional services and goods ideally we would be more careful in spending our money. Because if charities support capitalism, businesses support capitalism. Every business if they do not present their ultimate goal as ending and replacing the current money system, are greedy individuals saving their own ass with money in their ignorance that Earth provides EVERYTHING, EVERYTHING can be provided to EVERYONE as long as everyone agrees.
Therefore be more caring and careful when spending loose money on optional goods and services.
Or do what everyone does which is alleviate the personal clutches of desire not thinking about tomorrow. Or whatever everyone does without thinking about tomorrow. And be what everyone is, an individual power source powering up capitalism and oiling the cogs of greed and abuse under the guise of profit and return. Don’t you want to be the reason why the world is not changing drastically? I fancy myself growing up to be one of those billions of reasons why the world doesn’t change, it’s a meaningful cause isn’t it?
Just watch the TV from decades ago and one taste a glimpse of how drastically our objects of attention have radically changed and been altered by us, and by people “in power”/”that are powerful (so powerful they must remain hidden)”.
So if you think human nature cannot change. It’s been changing at a faster pace since 100 years ago.
I don’t want to be caught with my pants on fire being one of those fuckers that drove the economy and spent all his cash on short term wants and all of his time on personal masturbation of gratification/happiness. When the shit hits the fan, I want to be one of those people that said “I tried my best. Look at my spending record. Look at what I’m investing my time into.” Though, if Bernard is right, one person actually changing would change the entire world, so if I “did my best” and the world did not change, I am responsible and boy will I be weighing down on myself then with the burden of responsibility.
It’s a myth that young people have young people thoughts, and old people have theirs. We are all existing on a physical plane that allows all of our bullshit. We’re agreeing to war on all fronts. There’s no God, it’s just humanity. If humanity were annihilated tomorrow so many problems would cease to exist while some minor problems remain of how to equally distribute resources to parts of Earth that need it.
So to you reading, re-examine your priorities. I got to re examine mine.