Thursday, August 12, 2010

You Don't Get To Be a 300 Pounder Just Eating ONE Plate Lunch a Day

Liberal hypocrisy has gone beyond the turning point -- to out and out arrogance and naked greed, when the money intended for the poor, now gets diverted to "serve" the (union) government worker, because they can be reliably depended on to vote in their own self-interest -- as their "public service."

That's always been the danger of "democracies" -- that become "Democracies" by those who can control and manipulate the masses, and even create laws prohibiting their opposition from assembling and organizing against them. That's not a hard thing to do -- if one is ruthless enough because to believe that anything that serves oneself exclusively is fair and right -- and not that it should be to anyone else.

But such societies have to fail, or are failing already -- but the sanctioned observers of such things, ignore, or are in on the power grab, because it serves the other to let them -- until at least the elections are over, and then they can resume the disintegration of their credibility and usefulness. Eventually, they have to turn on each other -- but then they'll be others to take its place.

The problem of monopolies is that it gives one no choice, and no ability to exercise wise choices and become better at that -- no matter how many elections they have with no choices, because they have been conditioned (educated) to summarily dismiss every other choice (possibility) but the "right" one, and of course, that is determined by the union teacher teaching that teachers should get more pay, even while their students wonder, "What for?"

In the past, teaching has been a great calling, by people who were just recognized by others as such, and not just self-proclaimed, and certified by their own trade associations as the only ones allowed to practice that "profession." That's where teaching and especially "education," went astray, and become the self-serving interest that no longer serves the greater public interest and welfare.

When we have nothing but exclusively self-serving trade associations determining the fate of the larger society, that society has to disintegrate into battles over which faction has a right to all -- leaving nothing for the rest, which is on the verge of where present Hawaii is. And so rightly, people have to leave such societies in search of better ones -- as the original settlers and immigrants of the lands of greater opportunity had to.

It's not unfortunate that many have to leave the land where they grew up -- and have fond memories that they are reluctant to let go of, but that is absolutely necessary is one is to discover a greater life they could not have imagined as a child. That is the world disappearing and dissolving as we speak -- challenging everyone to embrace the new.

But if one limits the future to only the repetition of the past as all that is possible -- before seeing anything else, that world will be limited and shrinking daily until it is just the box one is buried in. People are doing that to themselves as their choice -- and the only way many think is possible, and that lifestyle is supported, and even encouraged by those who make a good living off of it -- knowing that the other has no choice but to depend on them exclusively, which many come to regard their government -- as the only way it can ever be.

They are encouraged by the many authoritarian personalities who prey on the vulnerabilities of people who feel they have no choice other than the dismal one controlled by these individuals who not surprisingly, delight in the helplessness of those they help to make that way. Thus, so-called teachers increase the need of their students for "more education," rather than less. That gets really bad in end of life issues, when people are taught to depend on external agencies and services as their "primary caregivers," instead of being their own -- and first line of defense.

Such people become entirely dependent on others -- early on for approval, and then the tyranny of their opinions, and their political/social correctness. That is largely what public education has become -- because many of the more gifted students, achieve the full mandatory education skills before they enter kindergarten. Such individuals are then taught to unlearn everything they have learned, for the politically correct programming -- which that it takes 12 years or more, and often never, to learn all they have already learned -- but must now discard, because the student is not allowed to know beyond what the teacher knows -- as everything that can be known, and is knowable.

Such students are trained to become the ideal bureaucrats -- who believe everything they're told, by the powers that be, who intend always to remain so.


At August 15, 2010 7:11 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


At August 17, 2010 10:50 AM, Blogger Tony in Hawaii said...

I love it. Great post. The liberals are leading America astray, and I'm glad Hawaii has a conservative like you!

At August 17, 2010 11:36 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...



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