Situational Awareness

Are you convinced America’s ills are the result of the poor, working poor, the unemployed and the homeless having too much power in Washington? Really? Don’t you think you might want to reexamine your logic on that? Because I think a more responsible view might be something like this: Continue reading

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My Political Platform, If I Had One

1 Overview

What follows is a condensed summary of political specifics and generalizations presented as a hypothetical situation. This can be seen as a political platform for a campaign or for the creation of a political party alternative. And of course, just me messin’ around. Continue reading

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America, Fix it or Fu*k it

Brian teaser: See if you can find anywhere in this article where I call on people not to vote. You may win the exciting feeling of knowing that you can actually read and comprehend a simple essay!

There is no single act that will likely result in significant change in a system as complicated and corrupt as what we have now. That said, I would like to clarify why I advocate for a “Fix it” approach that includes a massive voter revolt as one part of a concert of civil activities concentrated on putting more control with the citizens – actual people, human beings – and away from sociopathic and paranoiac hoarders of obscene wealth. My advocacy for the cessation of electing corporate representatives from two parties that are controlled and financed by the same destructive elements is part of a larger strategy that requires dedication, activity and engagement on many levels and in perpetuity. Successfully enlisting millions of others to let go of this self destructive behavior of allowing American Royalty to game our system would require a shift in their political mind set, a shift that could lead to a more rooted paradigmatic shift for the long term. Continue reading

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