posted on Aug, 9 2007 @ 06:05 PM
Thus, America, and soon Canada, will likely fall prey to their first bout of what could be called “Action Accountability” in the very near future.
We will see some very nasty things come down the pike, meant to try and stave off the inevitable downfall of the administration, the first shadows of
which we can already see in the laws being proposed of late. Whether or not this confrontation will turn bloody, or merely be a war waged in the back
offices and the great series of tubes, remains to be seen.
On the flip side, it can be readily seen that china may indeed have averted this situation once and for all. Instead of the communist regime
dissolving under this “action accountability” law as so many new governments in older civilizations often do, we have seen china institute a
rigorous systematic regulation of every aspect of its citizens lives. By restricting access to vital information over the internet, keeping the
majority of its population below the poverty line, and generally creating an atmosphere of docile servility in its citizens, it is rapidly growing as
a stable and advancing society. Protests, however slight, are met with quick and brutally efficient armed response, and after a few such events rarely
However, this situation itself presents an entirely new problem: When such a government remains in power for too long, repressed anxiety and
discontent in the populace does not simmer and evaporate over time as it does in western society, (a reason why we are not facing armed rebellion here
yet, our rage at the government vents, and thus does not build enough steam to do anything until we develop critical mass), it instead is kept under
pressure, growing slowly larger and larger until eventually when it does burst forth, it does so in a very volatile and dangerous way. Countries have
been toppled by this form of “action accountability” in the past, and unless China finds a vent for this subliminal repressed dislike for its
government by its people soon, it may well face that result within the next century.
Well, I have rambled on long enough. I hope that there are some interesting points to be gleaned from this little essay. I like the term “action
accountability”, I find it describes the theory of why governments have faced rebellion so very often in the past quite nicely, an inevitable result
of mismanagement and corruption in high places. The logic that America is facing the same end as France, Britain, and Russia have in the past, too, I
find to be quit convincing. It is a young country, and has yet to encounter its first learning experience in the ways of corruption, its leaders have,
It appears, not yet learned from the lesson of so many other absolute governments” that you cannot mistreat and manipulate your population for too
long before they rise up and make you accountable. Hopefully the coming storm will not be as violent as those in France or Russia were…