Dear America, Government is NOT the Answer to Every. Fucking. Thing.

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Carousing the news lately, I came to notice something that I have always noticed while reading the news, but this time it just irked me so much that I had to write about it. I’d taken a break from the news due to recent events in my life that are hard for me to explain at the moment, but as I returned, I noticed the same old trend of the corporate media turning the dialogue to what the Government can do for us! Top CEO’s tell Congress that what they gotta do is work together to create a solution to our economic woes. I don’t know about you, but the thought of some crooks at the top of some international corporations working together with our Congressmen and the White House sounds like a huge racket to me.

Oh wait, because it is.

The global corruption index is a huge joke. Somehow the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada had made their way to the top 20 of the “least” corrupt countries in the world. I couldn’t help but laugh at the sheer idiocy of this index. Hm! I wonder who created it! We are constantly bombarded with this fucking propaganda in our day-to-day lives which creates this backwards sense of patriotism: “Well, I thought that the US was pretty corrupt, but now that I look at this global corruption index, I now know that perhaps I was WRONG!” Yeah right. Jesus, I wonder how many poor souls fall for this bullshit, and the thought that some average Joe at the grocery store is questioning his intelligence over some retarded index really pisses me off deep down to my soul.

Charles Barkley had mentioned that the issue of race in the context of the Ferguson riots creates a tribe mentality — and it does. That’s what the intent is for all racial dialogue. Nevermind that the majority of HUMANS in the world don’t look at someone of a different race and think, “Hm, that’s someone of a different color skin than I, they must be a baaaaad person.” I mean, come on!

I can’t help but think of the Rodney King riots in the early 90’s. Back then, we couldn’t hop on Google News and check out all of the news sources covering the event; we were limited to what was in the newspapers and what was on TV. They showed the video of the original man, Rodney, being beat by those scum Swine over and over and over again. They had total coverage of the court proceedings, and when those pigs were let go without even a slap on the wrist, what do you think would happen to all of the people who were being oppressed even before the tape of Rodney came out? You have a huge group of people who were already being beat by the police for petty crimes every day being forced-fed this propaganda, getting more and more and more pissed off as time goes on. We didn’t have smart phones to record it back then, and we all know how deep the corruption at the LAPD goes. So, when justice was NOT served, that same huge group of individuals let out all of that anger and frustration on whatever they could. And, I must mention that BOTH the people who were victims and the people who did the victimizing were hurt badly during this time.

So, who let the officers off? The courts, another corrupt leg of government. The Law, as Frederic Bastiat says, is used by the State to create an environment that takes the power of justice AWAY from the victims and puts it in the hands of a jury who always work in favor of the State because the State is what OWNS AND WRITES THE GODDAMN FUCKING LAWS! This sense of justice never works. It didn’t work for Rodney King, it didn’t work for Kelley Thomas, and it did not work for Michael Brown. Oh yeah, and it worked in the favor of OJ Simpson and Casey Anthony… You see where I’m going with this. Also, why should Michael Brown’s stepfather have to APOLOGIZE for ANYTHING?! My God, if we can’t understand the frustration and anger that the media and the state create for victims, what can we understand?

This constant search for the answer to our problems by turning to governments that we already know are corrupt is the same thing as doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Insanity at its finest. What we need to do is search inside of ourselves, to turn toward the Self, to find out who we are as individuals and create a more self-actualizing society where the only crimes we have to deal with are petty accidents. For, a self-actualizing society knows the difference between right and wrong and does not wish to hurt Her fellow man. Many people who commit crimes do not know why they do it, or they have some psychotic reasoning that did not come from themselves, but from the environment they grew up in. And, the environment does not just include the family household, but the society which badly influences the family household towards materialism and other frivolous things.

We gotta realize that the reason why everything is so messed up is because materialism’s root is money, and money is Greed. Greed is what drives humans to do evil things, and Greed comes in many different forms that does not just simply have to do with money. It is up to every one of us to look at Greed and how it affects our everyday lives. They say that there are 7 Dealy Sins, but I say that Greed is the only one. For, you must feel and eliminate the others in order to get to the bottom of the Greed, and eliminate it from your life. This is the only way to get to the bottom of our problems. Plus, who are the ones who exacerbate greed? The State, the Corporations in conjunction with the State, and the international Media.

Think for yourselves. It’s the only way we can save ourselves.

PS: Good luck with this one. Marines have foul mouths. Hehehe. =P—–

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4 responses to “Dear America, Government is NOT the Answer to Every. Fucking. Thing.

  1. Yes Greed, race for materialism and power is cause of corruption.

  2. Reblogged this on Borrowing Ideas and commented:
    I wouldn’t put it quite like this, but the government does not have all the answers – or the world would be perfect already!

  3. knightsreign

    Decentralization and an erosion of the column of power that exists between corporations and government would be effective. I think you are right that people need to think for themselves. However, it may be necessary that we turn to one another for help and knowledge. If we cannot or do not, we will lack the strength to alter the structure that seeks to destroy us. I agree with you and I enjoyed your piece though I might frame it differently.- Gareth

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