a reply to: BigBrotherDarkness
Haha loved it! "Errh". I only know a few Scots personally and they were all a bit "circumstancially challenged, but so cute and funny! A bit crass,
or blunt whichever you think isn't an insult. Raw. But so sweet and funny.
This "taking care of my surroundings" is strange to me, but really cool. But challenged. My visit to the Midlands and London taught me you got a
serious criminality problem, all nothing serious but more laissez-faire than I am used to. Not bad if you compare it to the globe. Freedom should
imply live like I want. Most stuff "illegal" is totally understandable if you think about what their reality circumstances are. Given the choice I
still would prefer ordinary people rule themselves. Freedom means freedom. Not only economical freedom.
But also, so basic income, for everybody. From that country you call home and would be willing to defend in a worst case scenario.
Oh no that again, I know I say that a lot. Gouvernment: collect information, yes, give truthful reports about the state of the affairs, yes. We know
something bad is going on, but lies won't make it better. Condescending us doesn't help. We are more than you are. The majority. Not perfect but we
know together better what the majority wants. In doubt I vote for the people, the majority. Screw hierarchies.
Rich or poor, nationality wise colourful, gender blind, I don't care basically. People are people and the needs obviously have to be regional. Break
it down, Bavaria is free, Catalonia is free, Scotland is free, plus whoever wants, if you're into it lots of ways to get involved, votes, discussions
the whole democratic game, with the people.
But if I want diplomacy in the hands of the masses? No that's a gouvernment issue. Sure we'll keep an eye on you and want to have a say in "setting
the course", the big decisions, but hashing out the details is pretty much job description of a diplomat.
I bet a model Scots can understand? The true Europe. Because we got a constitutional problem. Everyf*ckingwhere on Earth. Ruled by companies and
We the people, or burn!
Loyal to our home.
I believe that is what it actually all means. Not two jobs per person, but two persons per job. Basic income and I start a company, the art project I
always wanted to try, maybe I'll get a job, 3 days a week or 7 if I really love it. And I got time to inform myself for my duties as voter. Plus
recreational stuff. Live. Free. With not that guilty feeling of "holy f*ck they speak in my name!" it was a decision after a discussion with content,
where we were able to respect the arguments people had for their decision.
Aaah one can dream...
Second thought of that,
Anonymity is bad.
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"And civilisation is measured by how it treats its weakest members." Nobody knows who that quote is from, but it's good.
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