reply to post by bigfatfurrytexan
The first sentence was enough. Yes, people need to wake up and stop it but how?
I've thought on all the issues facing people, some of it unlawful, unconstitutional legislations and acts, rules, policies, and some of it defiling
basic common laws. And then the whole corrupt blocks to changing this, from judges to politicians to media, and the control on media, who starts a
paper, who has the broadcast airwaves.
So, this is the biggest problem facing everyone.
I've thought of it for years. Keep thinking other than general strikes and even more forceful, revolutions.
The sane ways to change the system, the ones that give people the power back in themselves, as managers themselves:
1. no democracy or system can be run without corruption from on high without really well informed, citizens groups in every single area and region,
that networks and exports their successes to other regions, that keep everyone abreast of the information. What we're calling conspiracy theorists,
for example, used to be common news and news shows like the journal, practice. Their job was to take the info given them by politicians and then
question everyone, get the opinion off the street, interview opposite opinions and bring out experts in the field in universities. That was media
until the 80's, that's what I grew up with. It was slanted even then but a lot better than now.
So, in every community, particpation in being the watchdogs of the system, in people getting things done, getting rid of local bylaws and ordinaces
that benefit the few, etc etc. Challenging not only corruption by bad court decisions.
People changing things.
This should always have been in place and the norm all along.
If so, we wouldn't even be electing the ones they decide we get to select.
2. Examples should have been made of the corrupt ones, in courts and in office. Why aren't we passing the hat on Private Investigators and then
giving the police offices the orders to make the arrests or bring the charges, and if they don't, back to the first, where the citizens groups really
take to task who is working for who.
3. Then I think with citizen participation and involvement in the system, with more investigations and charges laid for corruption, then the last
Legal challenges, for most of this is unconstitutional, and in respect to law enforcers serving only corporate interests and not putting in time and
money on the cases their employers,, the public consider the most important, (obviously for political reasons, and it really brings in question who is
running these Slave Rackets who is abusing the children. Seems to be organized at the top............!!!!!!!!!!) Never mind various organizations
like Masons, who are judges and who are officials, and often the clients, tend to not betray each other, so that means justice isn't done a lot.
We're talking major loyalties in the law enforcers, going to the very people who seem to be running the rackets.
Legal challenges and legal cases of incompetency should be the norm.
And more grass roots media in print and on the air.
This isn't going to go away, its getting worse and worse without recourse apparently though the steps above would start to actually solve
edit on 30-7-2012 by Unity_99 because: (no reason given)