posted on Nov, 30 2009 @ 09:12 PM
This is the trick of the false dichotomy, or split, in US politics. When Republicans are in power, they are the "master," and the Democrats are the
"slave." When the Democrats are in power they are the "master," and the Republicans are the "slave."
The self-identified slave might try to manipulate its way into master status, and it does so by pointing out the half of the story that the master
does not address, and also by using all sorts of ruses and linguistic demolitions, among other tactics. The self-identified master might try to hold
onto its power through primarily both sheer force and marginalization of the opposite. In reality, all of these tactics are used by both slave and
master, but the key difference is, of course, master seeks to keep its status while the slave seeks to usurp authority.
Nevertheless, in this circular drama, the slave then becomes the master, and while the roles change, the play stays the same. It is a play of
domination and manipulation, divide and conquer, total slavery, a slavery which is first mental, then physical. The most simple view could be that
the slave manipulates, while the master dominates.
This slave and the master dynamic dances and circles around a center point that is a synthesis of the domination/manipulation duality, a BEASTLY,
androgynous goat, devil-like singularity, if you will. 1 +1 = 3.
I find it both curious and obvious that this AUTHORity behind this drama would constantly promote freeDOM, both at home and abroad, freedom (FREE
DOMINATION) being the supposed right to ruthlessly dominate and manipulate another, as if it is a virtue, and as if it is "free," bearing no cost or
consequences, bearing no responsibility. It is truly an egocentric view, one in which the "beast" masquerades as divine. Remember folks, rights
and responsibilities exist hand-in-hand. One cannot exist without the other. For more on the master/slave dynamic, look at some of my other
[edit on 30-11-2009 by orwellianunenlightenment]