Conscious Politics - Part 1

By Leo Gura - July 16, 2019 | 1 Comments

The deepest political analysis you’ll ever hear

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clem says:

Thank you Leo for unraveling this topic.
When it comes to governance, there is no other topic so thoroughly steeped in ignorance as politics. The primary concept that is totally misunderstood is “democracy.” The historic records of many civilizations have proven that people do not yet have the intellectual capacity to govern themselves. ‘Government by the people, for the people,’ assumes that people actually have the capacity to make intelligent decisions and the process is fair, but this has never been the case. The false belief is that all members of a society are eligible to participate in the electoral process. However, people have always been excluded from voting by class, race, age, nationality, religion, illiteracy, criminal convictions, mental status, and land ownership. The myth that America is a democracy has been used as a tool by the controlling elite to promote their agenda of maintaining ownership of all wealth generating resources. The illusion is that there is a choice between a left and right political polarity and that every vote counts. Today’s American style democracy has rightly been compared to a criminal organization that makes and breaks the laws to serve its own ends. The politicians are proven liars, telling people what they want to hear, while creating the illusion that capitalism is serving the needs of the people rather than the other way around. Despite the failure of democracy, it remains to be our best alternative to other forms of governance. As we evolve into a world wide society there is great potential to use the principles of Direct Democracy to cure the infantile deceases of nationalism, racism, and elitism. We are the world; creators of our future. Wake-up, get focused, take action.

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