posted on Jan, 23 2013 @ 04:28 PM
reply to post by Krazysh0t
It can be very disheartening to realize just how little influence the human citizens of this nation have over those who portray themselves as "our
representatives" in government.
It hasn't always
been this way... but frankly, it was never as 'great' as the ideals we were taught either.
Our most promising defense against the growing super-citizens that drive the 'celebrities' in government is one that we can achieve...
It involves continuous public pressure for transparency... you see... these political thespians have one major flaw they can never overcome... they
can't trust each other. Given the right public sentiment, they will gladly throw each other under the bus of accountability...
One by one, these "players" need to face the truth of who they have become - and how that contrasts with who they have pretended to be... (of course
they'll blame others... but who they
blame is not our problem)
It starts by recognizing openly and repeatedly... that what the media produces is NOT truth; barely fact, and most frequently a fiction commissioned
by someone who wants to continue their domination over the government teat.
We need to make it unprofitable to court government - and we must strip the government of it's entitlement to "privacy".... that is not an impossible
goal... unless we all raise children who believe that what the celebrities tell them is gospel truth...
After that we can take away the human rights attributed to non-living entities... like corporations. Liability engenders responsibility....
At the end of the day - governing transparency must be demanded of the political cabals that negotiate away our rights and spend our money as if we
had empowered them to do so. I know I never heard anywhere that our representatives may at their discretion create business for criminals ....
problem is - many of them are as criminals themselves...
edit on 23-1-2013 by Maxmars because: (no reason given)