Shakespeare's Hamlet Act 2:Scene 2
Why, then, ’tis none to you, for there is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.
Today I woke up struggling with so many issues. Yesterday I think we all let a bit of steam off politically, as people and media, and it was a day
cold reality biting. For me there seems no political blueprint for the future and we need to make up some new plans because we have outgrown the old
clothes. That is, I believe, why we are rooting for the tribal identity, for our "roots" because everything is so very uncertain and precarious. I am
not even slightly nationalist and even I have caught this fever. I have been relating my Christianity back to its roots in Judaism and uniting the two
(very successfully indeed) as the old Christian methods of Catholicism, Orthodoxy, modern day Churches have not been working for me (they got
corrupted and ruined). I have been trying to establish a link with my biological dad too after being apart all our lives. Politically, people have
been doing the same. Curiously though, I have not been doing that politically as I am very clued up consciously about how dangerous, extreme and ugly
it gets. I have been looking at the big picture of world state relationships. That is where the real action is. It even determines national government
policy, success and failure. Thast is why I worry about international politics the most. These state relationships make and break economies, make
friends and foes, competitors and enemies. That impacts our wealth and well-being fundamentally.
Politically I am very worried as the extremism in the West I believe is ruining our lives and beginning to ruin our economies too. It is inhibiting
economically and socially. The Brexit scenario is only making us worse off as I knew it would. People are hell bent for leather and seem to think it
will answer all their woes, but it will just create a lot of even worse ones.
This morning I had a nice Colombian coffee and a pipe of green and suddenly into my mind's ear (yes, we have a mind's ear too) this sentence shone
like a little ray of psychic sunshine,
"There is no right or wrong, but thinking makes it so".
It is interesting because the Hamlet quote is related to good and bad, but whatever creative process was at work in my thoughts and inspiration, the
words formed themselves thus. Stuff like this happens to me often as I am a creative thinker, every waking hour and even in my dreams.
I was taken aback with the verbal grandeur of this. It has been ages since I read Shakespeare, very many years. I could not even remember where this
came from or if it was even a quote. I searched it out online and then remembered it was from Hamlet. How perculiar that my thought processes had
twisted this to another more profound subject referral.
I instantly applied this healing sentence to the wounds of my disturbed psyche and all the pieces have fallen into place once again (for now). I must
admit that the challenge of establishing some kind of structure of relationship with my dad so late in the game is going to be ridiculously hard work
for me emotionally (and I expect him too) though harder for me. I was wanting to back out of the thing entirely and then the feelings of guilt came
that I was being somehow wrong for wanting to back out of the forthcoming experience and storm upon the shore of my psyche.
Politically I have never been faced with so little choice of fool or fool in British politics. I have no political interest in either. One is leading
us to more hardship and the other would be cataclysmic, even internationally, if ever given a chance at leading Britain. I get very angry at the MSM
for not representing our needs while distributing such outworn and now hated, done and dusted, out with the trash Liberal Ideology that the vast
majority no longer want. I am a Liberal refugee, a migrant to the right. I will stay moderate, but I am not going back to that crazy destructive
political land until it gets real about itself.
In the past I have held views counter to those I hold now. I once believed that identity politics was everything and that people relating themselves
to an identity might help get them better rights and lives in the West. The reality has been that it is bringing fragmented politics and extremism to
ourt societies. Instead of one big camp we are in lots of little tribes projecting our difference onto others as a weapon. There have been gains, but
at what expense? I would say the expense has been political annihilation and causing a tsunami of destruction of credibility for those who are writing
the narrative on our behalf.
Globalism introduced identity and nationalism the very day it examined Israel as an Amsterdam diamond merchant would. When it gleamed desirously
bright it brought with it what is good enough for one is good enough for all. Globalism never stood a chance hiding the Israel secret of nationalism
to the point of religion while telling everybody else they must be prepared to give up identity and all culture for the sake of Globalism. Curiously
though, the globalists then started enforcing certain minorities on us of a "new order"; particularly the black agenda, LGBT and feminism while doing
down certain established identities like Christianity and Western nationalism, as well as scapegoating the white male as the devil (repeating the same
mistakes all over again, nothing learned). That fiendish plan was never going to work and has stirred up a right old dust devil of confusion and
retort. The backlash and the backfiring gun have only just begun, believe it.
As always, irony wins the day. If it had been the other way round where extreme right wing nationalism imposed itself dictatorially then the same
backfiring would have happened. It is our only protection against extremism of any kind. My advice to myself is always stay as central as I can,
especially politically. I am human too. I have felt the tug of projection, hate and my own prejudices calling me to war, telling lies like a demon
that I might make some kind of gain out of it. The truth is I will not make a dime out of it, only lose my last one. I would just bring a whole heap
of trouble upon myself politically and socially.
It is our human minds, our thoughts that manufacture good and evil, right and wrong. It does not exist outside of us, only on this level. The devil
can only act in the world through the human mind. Whatever politics I have, if my heart is right and what I want is a good thing, then goodness of
intent shall prevail, be it slightly to the right or slightly to the left. It is my motive that makes a good or evil thing, not my politics. If I back
out of seeing my dad because it is too disturbing for me and has a negative impact then it is only wise I back out for my survival's sake (my life is
very hard already). If politically what you want is not just selfish and if it is common good then it does not matter if you are Republican or
Democrat because - most importantly - your heart is in the right place! Know your motives. Be politically conscious.
See how using our visionary capabilities can help us in our thought processes and establishing our motives and agendas. This is a prime example of how
I use my visionary and creative ability in everyday reality. Thanks for that, Will' Shakespeare. Thanks for that dear Spirit who helps me.
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