reply to post by Xoanon
Thank you for your kind words, and "yes"... I am suggesting that we educate the masses by getting together and drawing up things which teach the
masses what this is all about, what the purpose is, what the importance of things are, and how we intend to get from A to B. It is my opinion that we
spend all of our time arguing over the politics or rather philosophical underpinnings of it all and most do not even understand what it is they are
actually trying to argue at the heart of it all. Perhaps if the masses are educated concerning this very topic, then we can expect society to better
itself (or dismantle and destroy itself as either a conscious decision that it is a lost cause, or simply because it makes the wrong decision)?
In other words, I do not believe the solution to many of society's problems is to socially educate the masses, but rather to philosophically educate
the masses. I believe the majority can handle and understand the most basic, fundamental, and important aspects of society if they are given a chance
and not worked against by "social education", mass media, and distractions. I believe humanity is meant to be conscious about its direction and it
works best as a unit and a whole if it knows consciously on both a collective and individual level (completely self-derived) why it is doing what it
is doing. I believe each individual is capable of figuring it out, on a self-derived and completely conscious level given their own good time and
simply having the "fact" pointed out to them, if they are given the chance and not distracted for the purposes of power, greed, and money.
If the masses are educated and able to reach the conclusions to the questions I asked, on their own, I believe great things can be achieved. I
believe a start in that direction is to both philosophically educate the masses and to have the currently capable (which is probably larger in number
than first thought, and would basically include all who are consciously aware enough to volunteer to give their input) draw up a statement of what
should be looked for and tested concerning our "herders" (if such a thing is deemed necessary or right) and to have such a statement taught to the
masses in order to aid their philosophical education. Such a statement would have more of an emphasis on being consciously aware than on what to look
for. In other words, it would be more about teaching one how to set the wheels in motion to think on their own, rather than teaching them how to
actually think concerning who they "choose" as their "herders". Again, that is only if the masses decide this "man-herding" system is correct
in the first place.
I can say this much... The overwhelming majority immediately have a problem with the term "man-herding", and therefore would likely be greatly
awakened by the fact of its existence. I can also say that I believe people are less likely to go crazy and do violent or criminal things if they
have a clue as to what society is trying to do "for them" in the first place. The fact is, most would not want to commit a crime against society or
hurt others if they actually knew and philosophically understood what its purpose was in the first place; that is, if its purpose is truly for the
majority (which it is not currently, in my opinion), but if it is not and they understood the supposed purpose, then perhaps they would put their
energy into fixing it rather than hurting their fellow man? Perhaps they would channel their energy elsewhere, especially if their true potentials
were not being suppressed by vile human beings with twisted or misguided agendas?
Who would look at this world and say our so-called "herders" are "fit" for the position? Perhaps it is time to have human society choose what is
best for it rather than "nature", since human society is only natural to humans? When was the last time you saw a chimp printing money and handing
it over for a loaf of bread, together with all of the laws and systems set-up to support such laws guiding that system of exchange/trade? You
haven't, because our society and civilization is only natural to us, if it is even natural, and therefore the leaders of it should be chosen not by
natural selection and genetic superiority, but the checks and balances of our society, and our society should be on guard against outside natural
influences upon it, for its own benefit, which includes eugenics and so-called genetically superior persons or those who might believe they are
There is actually quite a bit to think about and discuss on this issue, and it mostly amounts to: "What is the purpose of society", "What is right
or wrong for it and how is it decided?", "Who should society benefit?" "Does society benefit who it should?", and "When we speak of education
or awareness as being the answer, what do we mean?"