a reply to: np6888
You make very valid point's especially about how there is never anything for nothing and work is necessary to attain our goal's, but a chain is still
a chain and when you are the one in chain's knowing that your self placed master's are in every way inferior to you would you not want to break those
chain's in a society where today no matter how hard you work you could not ascend to that position.
Civilization's rise and fall, there was once a missionary in south america not too long after the spaniard's had arrived and he had converted an
entire tribe to christianity which they espoused with total conviction, they lived in a functioning utopia all working for the common good and he
educated and cultured the tribe but when the bishop came out and saw the Savage's he ordered the monk back to his monastery and the conquistedores
then arrived and enslaved the entire tribe, they were then worked to death on the settlers ranches.
Those in power are often less than decent, they are flawed, poor examples of humanity and indeed are often radically less sophisticated than there
position and power would portray them, the point is that when you are working for an end product that does not benefit you, your society or culture,
the human race but is merely to sustain a group of power monger's who have a generational and often inbred, indoctrinated and sculpted attitudes
toward the mass of humanity which they see as a resource and a problem both, then what do you feel about the pitiful wage you earn for such an endless
During the first world war the power broker's used the conflict to try to kill off the working class as they saw it as a threat to there WAY OF LIFE,
not there nation's way of life but THERE way of life, after Red October and the bolshevik revolution they panicked as they could litterally smell the
fire at there own foundations thinking it was the frech revolution all over again so they artificially maintained the conflict when it should have
come to a close in order to kill off even more of the working class who were famously sent over the top to charge machine gun emplacement's even when
they knew that tactic had failed utterly.
Socialist not communist policy's are humane and so far the only structure that can bind a society from the highest to the poorest together in a
cohesive mass, US America prior to the 1980's had a very good social distribution of wealth and you could work to the top through your own hard work
and sweat making it the envy of the world, but today not only in the US but western europe and today even supposedly communist (dictatorship) china
have a massive and growing disparity between the wealthy and the poor, this creates class inequality and tears at the very foundation of a nation
eating at its fabric and it's very soul until it is no longer recognizable or unified, meanwhile the wealthiest who now have the power have
accelerated there consolidation of wealth and control exacerbating the situation even further as they dream of an idiolized image of the past in which
they were the master and every one else the servant.
Free market economy's are good but only when they are heavily regulated but a social balance through taxation and intelligence redistribution of
wealth is necessary, subsidise industry's to create employment and drive the low earning economy by creating employement driven consumerism and making
everyone taxable so that they all own and pay for there country.
Free education to the highest level's to ensure social mobility is attainable.
State controled water, power and infrastructure to ensure economic control during time's of economic crisis.
A safety net to catch the most vulnerable and poorest members of society and help them reintegrate or at least survive.
Over the past thirty years in Britain we have seen these very structures broken up and sold off at the behest of international and right wing
propeganda sold financial rakateering, today we are the nation with the fastest growing disparity between poverty and wealth, not helped by the flood
of eastern europeans and other economic immigrants who are straining a system they have no moral right to and did not build, and of course we are the
home of the bullingdon boys at eton and there hooray harry attitude of hate the poor who are capitalizing on these foreigners and of course our own
growing resentment which they are using to to smash our social reforms of the 1940's and 50's and to justify the most injust action's of a group of
bare faced lieing scum bag's who are only in power because of what shirt tie they wear, one of them is now our prime minister Mr Cameron, there
initiation in he bullingdom club includes finding a down and out then burning a £50 note under his nose to torment him.
It is not just in the states but here in Blighty and also in western europe but during this burning down of the house in which we live there are a
handful of very powerful and wealthy people who are making themselves even more poweful.
So people who inwardly are rebelling at the growing injustice in there own lives and around them used to look toward social thinkers such as Karl
Marx and the various spin off's of his ideas or Nietzsche and his rather evil minded alternative's but today they are flocking to the modern phenomena
of outer space or other world beings coming to our aid, they are not coming and we have to fix this ourselves which for me is the fundemental core of
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