It continues to be very difficult for we US Americans to acknowledge that our political system and its capitalist economy is deeply corrupt and fixed, that we find it easier to always distract ourselves by demonizing others.
In some ways, it is irrelevant whether the Clinton and Podesta emails were leaked or hacked, as the Democrats created the hoax of Russiagate to avoid severe self-examination of their own corruption and deceptive practices.
The Democrats have ignored working people’s needs for at least 40 years as it became corporate. And the large amount of disenfranchisement among US voters due to Jim Crow revitalization, and excluding many felons for life, eliminate many citizens from voting.
Then to understand that our entire political system is one big financial scheme preserving an oligarchy of plutocrats, how can we even call ourselves a republic. We have never been a democracy. We are addicted to materialism. It is our stubborn belief in our validity as a nation, certainly as compared to others, that I believe preempts our capacity for the kind of popular revolt we need to be a nation with integrity and a true commitment to justice. This requires a nonviolent revolution that we have yet experienced, though the radical changes in the late 1960s threatened the system as never before with a break out of real democracy.
But how can we possibly ever believe what the US or its agencies say?…
“The cost of American healthcare is literally unimaginable to most British people.”
Britons in a video released Tuesday expressed incredulity and shock at the high cost of healthcare in the United States and thanked the United Kingdom’s publicly-funded and administered National Health Service for sparing the country’s people such exorbitant prices.
“So if you’re poor, you’re dead,” one young woman tells the interviewer from Joe Politics after hearing an asthma inhaler in the for-profit U.S. system costs between $250 and $300.
Two different men appear shocked when told Americans can be charged $2,500 for an ambulance ride.
“For real?” one asks. “Why?” asks another…
I was born an individual, an outsider in this insane world, and I will die an individual, an outsider in this insane world. I am not an American, nor Russian, nor any other title associated with nation states and their arbitrary borders. I am not a republican, democrat or independent; I hold to no title associated with man’s completely corrupt and asinine political systems. I hold to no religion of man; whether it be statism, Judaeo-Christianity, Darwinism, Islam or Zionism, etc, etc, ad nauseum. I am a unique individual who awoke in this seemingly never ending nightmare, just like everyone else. It’s just that, over the last three decades in particular, I, as with many others, have finally come to the conclusion/realization of what all of this collective/herd-mentality bullshit amounts to, and who and what I am and have always been: an individual, an outsider.
And I have not one regret about having remained an individual/outsider, during my existence on this planet-sized insane-asylum. NOT ONE REGRET! And I fucked up more times than I can count, and a few of these fuck ups were pretty bad. But looking back now, I am, and have always been, as pure as the driven snow, in comparison to the collective (the vast madding herd), worldwide!
And here is just an infinitesimal bit of the putrid, disgusting fruit of the collective: corrupt/criminal-beyond-imagination governments and economic systems (concocted solely to serve and protect the inbred swine, throughout the ages, who have created all of this hell on earth), millions of corrupt laws piled on top of millions of corrupt laws (which are all intended to serve and protect the inbred swine, while at the same time, restricting our natural/universal rights as free individuals), mind-fucking/indoctrinating ‘education’ systems (that teach us to be submissive to these governments, their laws and the pigs who own and operate them), continuous invasion of we the individual’s privacy (continuous surveillance), a completely out of control police/nanny state (the death of the individual’s natural freedom of speech and thought), never-ending wars upon wars, weapons of mass destruction, torture, false imprisonment, rape, genocide, poisoned air, poisoned water, poisoned earth and poisoned medicine (The Oligarch Takeover of US Pharma and Healthcare – And the Resulting Human Crisis, A death every ten minutes from opioid abuse in the United States – how did it happen?, Artificial Wombs to Make Women Obsolete), etc, etc, ad nauseum.
TO HELL WITH COLLECTIVISM, and the Anglo-Zionist pigs, worldwide, who are responsible for it!
POWER TO THE INDIVIDUAL, ONLY AND ALWAYS!!
Live in the Collective and Forget Who You Are
We are now told it’s selfish and greedy to promote freedom for the individual. It’s old-fashioned. It’s passe. It’s dangerous. It’s nothing more than a ruse floated by the rich to hold down the poor.
Forget about the fact that the next Einstein or Tesla, growing up in what has become a collectivist society, could be slammed with Ritalin, Prozac, and even heavier drugs—because they’re “abnormal.”
Some day, when America has been forgotten, an anthropologist will write a celebrated history of this country, and it’ll be all about cultural trends and group customs, and no one will even remember there was such an idea as The Individual.
By that time, the population of what was once the United States will live in a theocracy dedicated to Mother Earth, and every day for half an hour, the people will kneel and pray, together, from coast to coast, for mercy from this Mother.
And the people will be happy doing it—such as they understand happiness. They will glorify The Group. They will live under the great dome of the Flying Drones and they will rejoice in their solidarity.
They will willingly submit to all forms of surveillance, because it is in the interest of the Whole, the collective, the mass. After all, who would depart from the rules and sentiments of The Group? Only the outcasts. Only those bitter clingers who still believe they are unique individuals and have desires and power. Who needs them? Who wants them? They’re primitive throwbacks. They’re sick and they need treatment.
Be grateful you’re living in the time of the great transition. If you look, you can see the changes taking place right in front of your own eyes. You can see The Individual fading out as a concept. You can see its replacement—the group and its needs—coming on strong. You can know where we’re heading.
One day, you’ll be able to tell your grandchildren there was once a time when there was a completely different conception of existence, and you’ll be able to regale them with stories of the impossible. Stories of individuals.
Of course, they won’t believe you. They won’t be able to fathom what in the world you’re talking about. But that doesn’t matter. They’ll listen in rapt wonder, just as we now admiringly contemplate tales of strange creatures and mountain gods of the ancient Greeks.
It’ll be fun to look back on our time.
Don’t worry. It doesn’t matter. History is merely an anthropological catalog of trends, a series of customs. We pass from one epoch to another. What was true and important in one time becomes meaningless later.
Just “come together for the great healing.” That’s all you need to think about now. It’ll all work out. And if it doesn’t, you won’t remember the failure anyway.
Coda: What’s that? I can’t hear you. Speak a little louder. Oh…I see. You’re saying we the people are getting ripped off by our leaders and their secret controllers. Yes. Well, sure, that’s true.
And yes…if we all came together perhaps we could throw off these controllers and assert our independence once again. Yes.
But then I ask you this:
After we’ve won the great battle, what do we do next? Do we parade around, from town to town, from city to city, a hundred million of us, a great caravan, extolling our group victory? Is that what we do for the rest of eternity?
Or did we fight and win the great battle for another reason?
Did we perhaps fight and win so we could reestablish the individual as the basis and the object of freedom?
Wasn’t that really the reason we were in this fight?
Or are you already too humble and progressive and submissive and enlightened to think so?
If you’re going to fight and fight to win, it helps to know why you’re in the battle, why you’re really in it.