posted on Mar, 28 2013 @ 06:39 PM
How do you change things in Western democracies? Influence and mass attention, demand, and votes - emotional and wholly involved votes that cannot be
ignored due to political and social pressure.
How do you get this?
First, understand that "votes" and socio-political pressure take time and the need to think on generational timescales. This also means especially
education or prolonged cultural influence.
In other words, you need to understand that the youth is indoctrinated and first be willing to work with that, then understand their natural drives
(such as sex and power or influence) and how to appeal to them, and then to the natural drive for knowledge, and then to your agenda. How do you do
What interests the current youth? The answer is video games and video as well as music and the classic natural things like sex and escapism.
Therefore, utilize the mass means provided by the technological society, delivered in the appropriate means, to both fulfill youthful hunger AND
deliver your message. By doing so you gain the votes and socio-political influence necessary to acheive your ends. You need only then have a handful
of liberty-loving individuals in position, as well, to carry the mass desire forward. In other words, "art" is your answer, for it is not merely
national, but global, which is the future - like it or not.
Think ahead, and use the means provided you - like chess.
The key is to provide the youth with something they never get via government indoctrination but always want - REAL useful and practicle knowledge (the
natural human desire for freedom and individual liberty is greater than indoctrination). - give them truth and make it interesting and exciting.
Prey, as the controllers do, on natural desires, but in a constructive way for the proper ends. Make them aware and knowledgable! Make them into
individuals rather than cyborgs!!! "Art" is how you do this. Give them what they already want, but in the way they want it rather than
indoctrinated - no force can fight that!
Your answer is FREE SPEECH and EXPRESSION. Use it and encourage it. The first step is informing others, but the next step is getting them involved -
both can be done through ART, and the rest happens on its own. Have some faith in the human spirit and what it is capable of and what it WANTS.