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THOUGHT FOR THE DAY!

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2 weeks 5 days ago #379296 by mapoui
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THOUGHT FOR THE DAY!
"When a government tells you who your enemy is, that government is your enemy.
When a government tells you who your friends are, that government is your enemy.

When a government speaks, and you believe what that government says, and you give that government your trust as a result, you become the worst enemy of all. . . to the entire human race.

"There has never been to date, any government that is worthy of the pubic trust." "Nor has there ever been a government that told the truth, ever." Governments by Their inherent nature, are always populated by the worst liars, cheats and thieves imaginable; but for the common man, who seems to forever overlook such gross personal iniquities and defects in those he gives his consent to rule over him, the dishonor, and bad judgement of such blind obedience and conformity on the part of his own actions, can never be relieved in one lifetime, no matter how many devices might be used to block the truth.

Planet Earth is a planet of slaves; ruled by and over the most evil people that have ever existed quite possibly in the known universe, and to think how that fact could be, with so many completely numb to it, is beyond perplexing, and probably more so for the Gods Themselves. " -- Rod Remelin

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2 weeks 5 days ago - 2 weeks 5 days ago #379300 by ketchim
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So what does he propose ?
I mean surely there must be some kinda Structure
regardless of Political ideology to DRIVE the country.
in aspects of Trade and Economics, Foreign Affairs, Local Development, Currency valuation, et cetera ~

I would love to hear what would replace ...

I would propose an elimination of Central Banks, for example ...

SO this Thought of the Day by Rod Remelin : is like when I think I wanna Fart

and Leggo and GET an unusual result of sh!tting meh pants ! hahahahahaha
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2 weeks 5 days ago #379301 by mapoui
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so you have not understood a thing I have been saying all the time about popular democracy eh. omg! :woohoo: :woohoo:

you doh have a clue do you..if you cyan arks dat question. maaan you late...very late! pheeeeew :ohmy: :ohmy: :ohmy:

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2 weeks 5 days ago #379302 by ketchim
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Yeah I hear yuh recommnding a Fascist ideology :

sumting like "Let the people/ masses self govern" ???

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2 weeks 5 days ago #379303 by mapoui
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ketchim wrote: Yeah I hear yuh recommnding a Fascist ideology :

sumting like "Let the people/ masses self govern" ???


but you don't know where it comes from, on what it is based, does it have an historical base, on what social facts, social reality and experience is it based on... does it have a philosophical base..does it come out of social experience....

you never questioned me on it it..asked for its connectives so you go on on your own in investigation of it....Pheeew! you just dismissed it eh. oh well

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2 weeks 5 days ago #379304 by ketchim
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I did that as a Teen ager when Dictatah Burnham told de masses ;

We will FEED, CLOTHE and HOUSE ourselves ~

Your PEOPLE never came even close

and de Country became a SLUM

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2 weeks 5 days ago #379305 by mapoui
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here is some historical perspective
www.marxists.org/archive/james-clr/works/1956/06/every-cook.htm

Direct Democracy
The Greek form of government was the city-state. Every Greek city was an independent state. At its best, in the city state of Athens, the public assembly of all the citizens made all important decisions on such questions as peace or war. They listened to the envoys of foreign powers and decided what their attitude should be to what these foreign powers had sent to say. They dealt with all serious questions of taxation, they appointed the generals who should lead them in time of war. They organized the administration of the state, appointed officials and kept check on them. The public assembly of all the citizens was the government.

Perhaps the most striking thing about Greek Democracy was that the administration (and there were immense administrative problems) was organized upon the basis of what is known as sortition, or, more easily, selection by lot. The vast majority of Greek officials were chosen by a method which amounted to putting names into a hat and appointing the ones whose names came out.

Now the average CIO bureaucrat or Labor Member of Parliament in Britain would fall in a fit if it was suggested to him that any worker selected at random could do the work that he is doing, but that was precisely the guiding principle of Greek Democracy. And this form of government is the government under which flourished the greatest civilization the world has ever known.

Modern parliamentary democracy elects representatives and these representatives constitute the government. Before the democracy came into power, the Greeks had been governed by various forms of government, including government by representatives. The democracy knew representative government and rejected it. It refused to believe that the ordinary citizen was not able to perform practically all the business of government. Not only did the public assembly of all the citizens keep all the important decisions in its own hands. For the Greek, the word isonomia, which meant equality, was used interchangeably for democracy. For the Greek, the two meant the same thing. For the Greek, a man who did not take part in politics was an idiotes, an idiot, from which we get our modern word idiot, whose meaning, however, we have limited. Not only did the Greeks choose all officials by lot, they limited their time of service. When a man had served once, as a general rule, he was excluded from serving again because the Greeks believed in rotation, everybody taking his turn to administer the state.

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2 weeks 5 days ago - 2 weeks 5 days ago #379306 by ketchim
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BUT had he put a Structure in Place :

rather than criticising Capitalism...and becoming a REPUBLIC in 1970

PEOPLE would have been better off
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2 weeks 5 days ago - 2 weeks 5 days ago #379307 by ketchim
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mapoui wrote: that was precisely the guiding principle of Greek Democracy.
And this form of government is the government under which flourished the greatest civilization the world has ever known.


FYI : GREECE is a BANKRUPT country

that had to be BAILED out ~
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2 weeks 5 days ago #379308 by mapoui
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ketchim wrote: I did that as a Teen ager when Dictatah Burnham told de masses ;

We will FEED, CLOTHE and HOUSE ourselves ~

Your PEOPLE never came even close

and de Country became a SLUM


popular democracy have nutten to do with dictator giving the people any god dam thing..but everything to do with the people running society and organizing all the need for themselves.

you doh know what yuh talking about. you develop prejudice against democracy and don't know what it is, wherever at any point in time. it is like life..it changes all the time. it is life..socially evolutionary in sync with life as established organized governing reality or as potential in the current failure

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